Emergency Food and Shelter Program

The Tehama Community Action Agency has been selected by the federal government to administer the FEMA funds granted to Tehama County.  These funds are dispersed to agencies in our community that provide emergency food and housing.  The Tehama Community Action Agency ensures all FEMA funding is used to provide emergency safety-net services in Tehama County


Latest Events

FREE Training Opportunity for Nonprofits!
A nonprofit organization is only as good as its management team. Learn how to run effective and productive meetings and more to achieve the mission of the organization!
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Job Training Center has internships available! For more information click here!


The Senior Nutrition Program would like to give you the opportunity provide a meal to a local senior through Adopt-A-Senior! Click here for more information.


Tripartite Board Opening
The Community Action Agency is seeking volunteers to be appointed to the Tripartite Board of Directors for the local Community Action Agency. The appointments to be made would represent the low income sector. For more information, click here.


Are you interested in learning easy steps to reduce your water usage? Click here.


Nutrition Education
Are you interested in learning how to eat healthy on a budget? Or maybe learning about some healthy meal options that your kids will love? For more details, and to view the Nutrition Education Newsletter, please click here.


Senior Nutrition
To view the menus for Senior Nutrition, please click here.


Recreational Activities
Click here to view a list of Recreation Activities that are available in our area! Click here to see a list of activities that will Keep Kids Engaged This Summer (via Expect More Tehama).


Tehama Food Share
Any 501(c)3 or faith based organization is invited to participate in Tehama Food Share, which will provide access to low cost food purchases and delivery. If interested in more information call 530-527-6159. 


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This project is funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 in cooperation with the California Department of Community Services and Development Department.