Back to School Campaign

WSWA Western Service Workers Association is beginning their Back to School Campaign to collect school supplies.  Please drop off these supplies at the WSWA offices at 2350 Beverly Dr. Redding CA  96002 off of Cypress Avenue between Bechelli and Hartnell Avenues. Please call (530) 244-0968 if you are a business willing to have a donation box at your site. Every item helps a child and family in need. Thanks.

Please donate SCHOOL SUPPLIES.

3 ring binders

backpacks

calculators

composition books

crayons

erasers

facial tissue

glue sticks

highlighters, preferably yellow

index cards, sizes may vary

markers, water color

notebooks, spiral

pencils,  #2

pens, blue or black ink

pocket folders

protractors

rulers

 

 

 

Around Chico

 

 

Lots of outreach being done in our communities. If you wish a presentation of DAC programs and services please let us know. DAC counties include Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama. Chico Office (530) 893-8527 and Redding Office (530) 242-8550. Thanks!

Full Time interpreter joins Shasta College DSPS

 

Shasta College has added a full-time interpreter to our DSPS staff. Please join me in welcoming Karen Wells to our staff. Karen has interpreted for the past 13 years in various settings, along with other entrepreneurial adventures. Her desk will be in the Assistive Technology Lab (Room 2004). I am so excited to add to the quality and consistency of services to students who are using sign language interpreting to achieve their educational goals.

Welcome Karen!

Sandra Hamilton Slane, MSW
Associate Dean of Student Services
Shasta College
http://www.shastacollege.edu/Student%20S…/…/DSPS%20Home.aspx

Traumatic Brain Injury Program in Shasta County

Our program provides no charge services to individuals living with Traumatic Brain Injury, and empowers one to improve quality of life through assessment and goals. Services include case management, service coordination, supported living, community reintegration, vocational supports, information & referrals, public & professional education, and options for local group activities.

Services are provided though a person centered system which respects and responds to the individual’s needs, goals, and values. Helps individual’s who are living with a traumatic brain injury.

You may call (530) 242-8550 or email TBIP@actionctr.org

Thank You!