Bridges to School Success
The Bridges Program has been delivering services to Shasta County families since 2001. Bridges Staff provide evidence-based mental health support to children aged 0-18, having difficulties with challenging behaviors that disrupt their ability to participate fully in their learning.
- Referrals are taken from administrators, teachers, caregivers, and parents.
- Weekly drop-in parenting support is offered through “Discipline that Works,” which also provides on-site childcare.
Bridges to School Success receives diverse financial support from Shasta County Office of Education, SELPA, and Shasta County Health and Human Services.
Treat a child though he already is the person he's capable of becoming.
- Haim Ginotto
Triple P - Discipline That Works
Triple P gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them confidently manage their children’s behavior, prevent problems developing and build strong, healthy relationships. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential.
By combining the resources of the Shasta County Office of Education, Bridges to School Success Program, Shasta County SELPA & Health and Human Services/CalWORKs and First 5 Shasta we are able to provide free weekly support sessions, including child care, for the local community.
These support group sessions are for parents and others caring for children during which we gather to share ideas, support, and information each Wednesday from 6:00-7:30 at our location, on a drop-in basis; great for parents/caregivers with children of all age groups. Child care is available.