SHASTA CARES- Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education for Safety
Shasta CARES is a collaboration dedicated to uprooting interpersonal violence in our diverse community.
 
Through the Shasta CARES program, campus and community partners meet on a monthly basis for the Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT). The CCRT on the Main Campus is currently comprised of members from Student Services, Campus Safety, One SAFE Place, and Redding Police Department.
 
The CCRT on the Tehama Campus is comprised of members from Extended Education, Campus Safety, Rape Crisis Intervention and PreventionEmpower Tehama (formerly Alternatives to Violence), Red Bluff Police Department and Tehama County Sheriff. 
 

Each team works together to create a trauma-informed response and develop culturally competent violence prevention programs. Shasta CARES provides primary prevention programming and events to educate the campus on realities of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The events and workshops promote healthy behaviors, equity, safety and accountability.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join Shasta CARES for Spring Semester events!
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JANUARY

January is Stalking and Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month:


January 27th: Know It. Name It. Stop It.

Understand Intersections of Stalking, Human Trafficking, and Dating/Domestic Violence and how to intervene.

Location: HSUC, Upper Rotunda Time: 10-2pm

January 28th: Know it. Name it. Stop It.
Location: Red Bluff High School, Performing Arts Center Time: 10-2pm

January 30th: Online Safety: Human Trafficking and Technology

Location: Red Bluff High School, Performing Arts Center Time: 5:30-7:30pm

 FEBRUARY

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month


6 Ways to Build Healthy & Respectful Relationships

Discuss what respect means to you and the 6 components make a healthy relationship!

Learn about the 3 D's: Direct, Distract, Delegate; strategies to intervene in an unhealthy relationship. 

February 3rd:
Location: HSUC Upper Rotunda Time: 10-2pm

February 5th:
Location: Tehama Campus, Student Success Workshop, 7206B Time: 10-11am

February 10th:
Location: Burney Campus Time: 10-2pm


February 3rd: Health and Wellness Hosts: Movies for Mental Health Workshop

Workshop facilitated by Art with Impact focused on understanding mental health, utilizing films to inspire and empower individuals to tell their own stories and access resources available to them. 

Location: Redding 'Main' Campus, Student Center Stage Time: 9-11am


February 13th: One Billion Rising (Club Kick Off)​

Wear red, black, or pink and join for the International Campaign to End Violence Against Women and Girls.

Flashmob dance at 12:30pm!

Location: Redding 'Main' Campus Quad Time: 10-2pm

 

February 19th: Let's Talk About Sex and Healthy Relationships (Student Success Workshop)​

Join for a conversation exploring how sex connects to our relationship with ourselves and others. Join in this workshop as we identify your rights to freedom and shared power in a healthy relationship. There will be FREE tacos provided!

Tacos will be for students who arrive on time and are able to stay through the entire workshop. 

Location: Redding 'Main' Campus, Student Center Stage Time: 11:30am-1pm​

 

February 27th: Caring is not Controlling

Workshop facilitated by Empower Tehama discussing Teen Dating Violence dynamics of power and control and warning signs.

Location: Tehama Campus, 7206A & B Time: 4-5pm


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 ​MARCH

March 9th: Our Bodies, Our Minds

Workshop facilitated by Art with Impact focused on understanding the impacts of sexual violence on survivors and empowering individuals to tell their own stories and access resources available to them. 

Location: Redding 'Main' Campus, Room 633 Time: 10-12pm

Location: Tehama County Department of Education, Library Time: 4-6pm​

 ​APRIL

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month


April 29th: Denim Day and Take Back the Night!

Wear jeans with a purpose to show there is no excuse and never an invitation to rape!

Join to march in soildarity against sexual violence!  


Take Back the Night event:
Location: Redding 'Main' Campus, Quad Time: 7pm​
 

 ADVOCACY HOURS

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2250 Benton Drive, Redding

M-F 9-5pm 

530-244-0117

 

 
 

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Confidential Advocate on the Main Campus

 Hours: Summer: on-call
 Fall & Spring Semester:  
 Monday 8 AM - 5PM
Tuesday 8 AM - 5PM
Wednesday 8 AM - 5PM
 
 To make an appointment, call: 
 530-242-2399 or email   shastacares@shastacollege.edu
 
 Location​: 5017
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1805 Walnut St. Red Bluff

M-F 9-4pm

530-528-0300


 

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Confidential Advocate on the Tehama Campus
 
Hours: Spring Semester:  on call

 
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725 Pine St., Red Bluff

M-F 10-6pm

530-529-3980



 

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Confidential Advocate on the Tehama Campus
 
 Hours: SpringSemester: 
 Thursdays, 10-12pm
 Location: 7311
  
 
 

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To set up a presentation or for general information about Shasta CARES:

 
contact Program Director, Jessie Ballard:
530-242-7917
contact Program Specialist, Milli Israel:
530-242-7939

To access confidential advocacy services:

 

contact Shasta CARES Advocate from One SAFE Place, Christine

530-242-2399

christineh@ospshasta.org

shastacares@shastacollege.edu

 
 
 
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   Take Back the Night 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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 One Billion Rising 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Knights Say NO MORE because "WE CARE" 2017
 
 
 
 
 “This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-WA-AX-0007 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women."