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 Prevention, Empower 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.

Advocacy Hours

  • One SAFE Place, 2250 Benton Drive, Redding, M-F 9-5pm
    • 24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-244-0117
    • Services available off-campus
    • To make an appointment, call Christine, our Confidential Advocate from One SAFE Place: 530-242-2399
  • Empower Tehama, 1805 Walnut St. Red Bluff, M-F 9-4pm​
    • 24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-528-0300
    • Confidential Advocate on the Tehama Campus
    • Call for available services and support! 
  • Rape Crisis Intervention and Prevention, 725 Pine St., Red Bluff, M-F 10-6pm​
    • 24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-529-3980
    • Call for available services and support! 

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

Contact Program Director, Jessie Ballard at 530-242-7917 or jballard@shastacollege.edu

To access confidential advocacy services:

Contact Shasta CARES Advocate from One SAFE Place, Christine at 530-242-2399, christineh@ospshasta.org, or shastacares@shastacollege.edu

 


 “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."