Bridges to School Success

The Bridges Program has been delivering services to Shasta County families and schools since 2001. Bridges Staff provide evidence-based mental health support to children, families, and schools when a child is experiencing challenges that disrupt their ability to fully participate in their learning.

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Free Parenting Support

Bridges to School Success has created several, free, online groups to help ease tension and make parenting easier. If you have questions or need more information, please call us at (530) 225-0350. 

 
2022/2023 SCHEDULE:

Discipline That Works: on Wednesdays at 6:00PM

For Triple P Group: Positive Parenting Program
To register for our 6 week parenting group, call (530) 225-0350

Mind Body Skills: Center for Mind Body Medicine
To register for our 8 week small group, call (530) 227-9692

 
Free School Support

Free online support for school staff dealing with a student with challenging behavior. Staff can drop into this group to increase their confidence and competence in dealing with troubling or difficult behaviors. They will receive consultation from a mental health clinician with experience and specialized training in student behavior and mental health.  

 
2022/2023 SCHEDULE:


Challenging Student Behavior Consultation: Coming Soon!

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.

Bridges to School Success receives diverse financial support from Shasta County Office of Education, SELPA, and Shasta County Health and Human Services.