Mental & Emotional Health

Mental & Emotional Health

Emotional and mental health issues sometimes slide under the radar, suppressed by feelings of shame or embarrassment, but these health issues are as real and as important as any other. Don’t let stigmas keep you and your family from seeking help that can put you back on the road to happy days.



Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Get information on treating & managing symptoms of anxiety & depression.

Center for Emotional Balance; Chico. Services for ADD/ADHD, depression, food cravings, low energy, anxiety & insomnia for all ages, including children & teens. Treatment methods include NeuroNutrient Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Child Play Therapy, clinical herbalism & classic homeopathy. (530) 518-7213.

Creekside Counseling Center; Redding. Non-profit counseling center with 17 therapists who specialize in child & adolescent nutrition counseling for ages 2 & up. (530) 722-9957.

Each Mind Matters. California’s mental health movement.

Nutrition Care for Children. Judy Converse, a Colorado-based pediatric nutritionist, works via Skype or phone to help children & teens develop personalized diets to ensure they get the proper nutrients that help them fight depression. (303) 842-8255.

Psychology Today. Offers a search engine to find psychologists near you, top news in psychology, topical articles, information about motivational speakers & other experts, & self tests for personality, memory & more.

Remi Visa; Butte, Shasta, Siskiyou. Offers teen & parent support groups to help youth dealing with issues like depression, grief, loss, or divorce. One-on-one therapy to help a wide range of psychotherapy needs. Childcare provided while parents participate. (530) 224-7160 (Redding Office).

Sleep Foundation. Learn about normal & healthy sleep patterns for teens that can help prevent & treat depression & other struggles.

Student Mental Health Initiative, Regional K-12. A clearinghouse of resources & regional best practices to assist California county offices of education, districts & schools promote kids’ mental health & wellness.



California Youth Crisis Telephone Line. (800) 843-5200.

National Suicide Prevention Telephone Lifeline. (800) 273-TALK (8255).

Crisis Text Line. If you need help, text LISTEN to 741741. The Crisis Text Line will respond 24/7.



Butte County Behavioral Health; Chico. 3217 Cohasset Rd. Crisis line:

(800) 334-6622 or (530) 891-2810.

Butte County Youth Outpatient Centers; Chico, Gridley, Oroville, Paradise.



Glenn County Behavioral Health; Orland & Willows. Go to Department>Health & Human Services>Behavioral Health.

Willows. 242 North Villa Ave. (530) 934-6582.

Orland. 1187 E. South St. (530) 865-6459. 24-hr Mental Health Crisis Line: (800) 507-3530


Higher Ground; Redding. With services designed to help people gain insight into life’s challenges, emotions & relationships. Higher Ground addresses the needs of the body, soul & spirit. Offers services for conflict resolution, depression & anxiety, grief, marital counseling, support for people in abusive situations & more. 2400 Washington Ave., Ste. 401. (530) 941-9003.

One SAFE Place; Redding. Provides legal services, safety, & emotional support to individuals, including children, affected by domestic violence & sexual assault. Offers restorative summer camp for kids. 2250 Benton Dr. (530) 244-0177.

Shasta County Behavioral Health; Redding. 24-hr mental health line. Look for Child Mental Health in the search bar. 2640 Breslauer Way. (530) 225-5252 or (888) 385-5201.



Siskiyou County Behavioral Health; Yreka. North County Office. Search Children’s System of Care from the homepage. 2060 Campus Dr. (530) 841-4800 or Crisis hotline (800) 842-8979.


Tehama County Behavioral Health; Red Bluff. Tehama County Mental Health Division. 1860 Walnut St., Suite A. (530) 527-5631. 24-hr crisis line:

(530) 527-5637 or (800) 240-3208.

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Updated: Sep 6, 2017 @ 9:31 pm