Disability Action Center
Official Statement COVID-19
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For 40 years, our work as a non-profit community organization has been helping people with disabilities to live better and more productive lives. That has never been more important than now. We’re taking careful measures to make our center services accessible to you– to meet what you require during this difficult time. Your well-being and safety, as well as that of our team members is always our top priority.

Please know that we are here to help you. We are for clear community health reasons keeping our center traffic at an absolute minimum. Our phones are active and our team stationed to operate with our regular center hours in our Chico and Redding locations. If you are showing any signs of any illness, please stay home. Call or email our center for immediate assistance, and know that although it may be challenging to find quick solutions due to the temporary closure of many state and community businesses, we will work diligently as always for your benefit. Our goal remains to keep you connected with your community.

Chico Office: (530) 893-8527

Redding Office: (530) 242-8550

Resources
Additional resources will be added to the page as we gather them.

County Resources



Handwashing & Available Restrooms (Chico, CA)

Click here for a map of places to use a restroom or wash your hands during COVID-19 Pandemic

State & Federal Government Resources

California Dept. of Public Health – COVID-19 Info & Guidance

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) – COVID-19 Info & Resources

COVID-19 Info Sheets

COVID-19 Information Sheet (english)

COVID-19 Information Sheet (en español)

COVID-19 Best Practices Sheet (english)

COVID-19 Best Practices Sheet (en español)

COVID-19 Public Meeting Guidelines

The Power of Social Distancing


Covid-19 Info for Aging/Older Adults

Resources for Aging/Older Adults Click HERE

Legal Services for Housing

Legal Services of Northern California
Offices are closed to walk-ins due to COVID-19 restrictions, but they can be reached by phone.
Low-income Clients in Butte, Glenn, Colusa and Plumas Counties
Voice: (530) 345-9491
Toll Free: (800) 345-9491
After hours: (866) 815-5990
Fax: (530) 345-6913

Low-income clients in Lassen, Siskiyou, Modoc, Tehama and Shasta Counties
Voice: (530) 241-3565
Fax: (530) 241-3982
Toll Free: (800) 822-9687


FREE Internet Access

FREE Xfinity Internet – Access Instructions


Talk Lines

North Valley Talk Line – Care, Hope & Compassion
Confidential · Non-Crisis · Peer-to-peer support · Empathetic Listening · County-wide resource referrals (Butte).
Someone to talk to when life presents challenges.
Line open 7 days a week from 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
1-855-582-5554


MODOC CRISIS CENTER
24-HR CRISIS LINE (855) 855-6745
Visit the T.E.A.C.H. Incorporated Website


What you need to know about COVID-19 (ASL)

 


Food Resources

Shasta County
Food Available for Vulnerable/Isolated Persons
READ THIS FIRST | Then Click HERE for Food Delivery Sign-up


Redding, CA
Salvation Army – 2691 Larkspur Lane Redding, CA
530-222-2207
Tuesday & Thursday 9AM – 11:30AM
How to get Food:
If you are not already signed up please bring ID for all adults in home, proof of residency and proof of income to sign up. If you cannot obtain the proof of income on first visit you will not be turned away. It will be required for further assistance.


Siskiyou County
Siskiyou County Food Resources List


Modoc County
Alturas
T.E.A.C.H. – 112 East 2nd Street Alturas, CA
(530) 233-3111
How To Get Food
Hours: 10AM – 1PM Monday Through Friday (Except Holidays)
Please bring a valid ID for all adults and children in the home. A Social Security card of other form of ID is required. (no other requirements) Food may be picked up a maximum of 3 times per year/per household.


Lassen County
Susanville
Salvation Army – 1560 Main st. Susanville CA
How To Get Food
Hours: 9AM – 12PM Monday Through Friday (Except Holidays)
Please bring a valid ID (no other requirements)


Butte County
Chico, CA
Salvation Army – 567 E. 16th Street, Chico CA
All Pickups are DRIVE THROUGH
How to get Food:
If you are not already signed up call 530-342-1871 to sign up. You will then be able to pickup food by the following Friday. When you show up you will need a valid CA ID and a utility bill.
Already signed up: The food drive through is open Tuesday and Wednesday Weekly from 1PM – 3PM


Oroville, CA
Salvation Army – 1640 Washington Avenue, Oroville CA
530-534-7155
Monday through Thursday 9AM – 12PM & 1PM – 3PM
How to get Food:
If you are not already signed up please bring ID for all adults in home, proof of residency and proof of income to sign up. If you cannot obtain the proof of income and residency on first visit you will not be turned away. It will be required for further assistance.