Girls Inc. of the Northern Sacramento Valley serves girls throughout Shasta and Tehama counties so they may grow up to be healthy, educated, and independent.
Exodus Farms, through a horsemanship program, brings the hope and healing of Jesus Christ to children who have been broken, abused, neglected and /or discarded.
We work using Collective Impact to help the common good. By focusing on the fundamentals of a quality life; education, financial stability, and health.
Stonewall Alliance of Chico serves the LGBTQI+ community in Butte and surrounding counties. We provide resources, referrals, support, education, training, counseling, advocacy, groups, and events.
HRN provides resources and services including but not limited to housing assistance, emergency food, victim services, gas vouchers, clothing vouchers, child care assistance and preschool.
We deliver hot meals to needy seniors and shut-ins in the greater Chico area. We provide this service seven days a week, 365 days/year.
A youth crime prevention program that provides education, athletic, and other recreational activities to the youth of Tehama County, all free of charge.
Youth & Family Programs offers many diverse services for foster families and foster youth from infancy to twenty-one years of age.
Our agency serves individuals with disabilities. Our programs include: Housing assistance, Information & referral, TBI services , OIB Services, Assistive technology, Voice options, and Senior communications.
Provide social services, CASA, counseling and mental health services, as well as affordable housing for low-income families, frail elderly and disabled.
Chemical People, a community-based organization, is dedicated to the prevention of substance abuse through youth development programs to increase protective factors and decrease risk factors.
Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Provides Youth/Peer Court, PlusONE Mentors, Positive Parenting Program and a variety of classes and community engagement opportunities for youth.
We are a private non-profit 501 © 3 dedicated to the vocational training and community employment integration of developmentally disabled adults in Siskiyou County.
With an emphasis on building healthy communities, HOPE City offers restorative justice training and programs that help resolve conflict, heal harms, repair and preserve relationships.
Caring professionals dedicated to restoring quality to elders, disabled and the mentally ill by providing information, referrals, assessments, care planning management, and care giving support.
Catalyst provides services to domestic violence victims and their children through a 24-hour hotline, safe housing, food, clothing, transportation, counseling, restraining orders, and referrals.
We teach the joy of reading with programs all year. Crafts, stories, music are just a few ways we reach the youth in our community.
Madrone Hospice staff and volunteers provide quality, compassionate care for our patients and their families, bodies, minds and spirit, through illness, death and bereavement.
Torres Shelter helps people end their homelessness. We are not a place where people end up, we are a place where people start over.