The Tehama County Community Action Agency acts as a referral center for our low-income families to resources such as: LiHeap, weatherization programs, credit counseling, emergency food and shelter, legal services, low-income housing, family counseling, senior advocates, education services, food stamps, health care, employment training, and much more.
A Resource Coordinator/Family Support Aide with Tehama County CAA is available to assist families through the Family Support Program with resources for employment, education, housing, child care needs and more. If you know of a family that could be in use of these services, please call 530-527-6159.
For a list of community resources available in our area, click here.
Plumas County Community Development Commission
Eligible households can receive a housing assistance payment made directly to a landlord for a privately-leased rental unit. Download a list of affordable housing opportunities in Tehama County.
Self Help Assistance & Referral Program - S.H.A.R.P
The Self-Help Assistance and Referral Program (SHARP) provides assistance and referrals for all areas of Family Law, including Divorce, Child Custody and visitation, Establishment of Paternity, Step Parent Adoptions, and Guardianships. In addition, the Self-Help program can assist self-represented litigants with a variety of other legal issues.
Self Help Home Improvement Project
The Self Help Home Improvement Project assists families in Shasta and Tehama Counties.
The Job Training Center is a private, nonprofit organization in Tehama County whose mission is to provide unlimited employment opportunities to job seekers and hiring, training and human resource assistance to local businesses.
Alternatives to Violence
Back to School Project
Northern Valley Catholic Social Services
Poor And The Homeless (PATH)
NCCDI - Head Start
Tehama Rural Area eXpress (TRAX)
Tehama County Department of Social Services