Please Note: All resource information has been confirmed by Butte-Glenn 2-1-1 Staff. However, resource information is subject to change based on the availability, capacity, and discretion of the resource provider. Please consider checking in with providers ahead of time to ensure availability of services.
Disability Action Center- Learning Disability Support Group– Offering a learning disability support group where attendants may meet fellow members of the community who share similar experiences. This support group offers a safe space for making connections, processing and resources. Support groups are free to attend and require registration to attend. This support group is intended for persons with neurologically-based processing issues. Examples of a learning disability but are not limited to: dyslexia, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder (APD). For registration or questions please call 530-893-8527. Located at the Disability Action Center, 1161 East avenue, Chico 95928
Disability Action Center – Health/Medical Disability Group– Offering a health/disability support group where attendants may meet fellow members of the community who share similar experiences. This support group offers a safe space for making connections, processing and resources. Support groups are free to attend and require registration to attend. This support group is intended for persons with a condition that has been through clinical or laboratory testing. Or a condition that is medically severe enough to prevent a person from participating in activity. Examples of a medical disability include but are not limited to: heart failure, asthma, Parkinson’s, anxiety. For registration or questions please call 530-893-8527. Located at the Disability Action Center, 1161 East avenue, Chico 95928
Disability Action Center- Physical Disability Support Group- Offering a physical disability support group where attendants may meet fellow members of the community who share similar experiences. This support group offers a safe space for making connections, processing and resources. Support groups are free to attend and require registration to attend. This support group is intended for persons with limited physical functioning, mobility, or stamina. Examples of a physical disability include but are not limited to: back injury, multiple sclerosis (MS), Spina Bifida (SB), Cystic Fibrosis (CF). For registration or questions please call 530-893-8527 Located at the Disability Action Center, 1161 East avenue, Chico 95928
Cancer Survivor Support Group – Offering a free cancer survivor/caregiver support group sponsored by Oroville Hospital. Support groups are available to cancer survivors and individuals who are caring for a survivor. This support group meets at 6pm on the following dates: 04/06, 05/04, 06/01 located at Feather River Senior Center, 1335 Myers Street, Oroville. No registration required, drop-ins welcome. For more information contact Terri at 530-715-4303.
Patient Access Network Foundation- Fund Finder- Offers various disease-specific assistance programs to help patients pay for their out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles, copays and coinsurance, travel expenses and health insurance premiums. The patient must be getting treatment for the disease named in the assistance program to which he or she is applying, must have health insurance that covers qualifying medication or product, medication or product must be included in PAN’s list of covered medications, patient’s income must fall at or below the Federal Poverty Level specified by the assistance program (varies by program), patient must reside and receive treatment in the United States or U.S. territories. List of available assistance programs and their corresponding eligibility requirements can be found here: http://bit.ly/2FdUQeL or call 1-866-316-7263
CancerCare- California Wildfires Patient Assistance Program– Provides emotional and financial support to cancer patients impacted by the California fires. Program includes: financial assistance to people living with cancer in active treatment who have been affected by a wildfire. Resource referrals to help people coping with cancer address needs resulting from a wildfire’s impact. Emotional support from CancerCare oncology social workers for people coping with cancer, their caregivers and their loved ones. Educational information to help patients and families manage the emotional and logistical challenges of living with cancer. For more information regarding the CancerCare’s California Wildfires Patient Assistance Program, as well as other CancerCare services, patients and health care professionals can call CancerCare’s toll-free Hopeline, 800-813-4673, staffed Monday – Thursday from 10am – 6pm (EST), and Friday from 10am – 5pm (EST). Please Note: The financial assistance component of the program will continue until available funds are disbursed
Butte-Glenn Medical Society – Care in Our Community Directory–Offering a comprehensive directory of various care providers in Butte and Glenn County (as of July 2019). The online directory is available in printable PDF and web-based formats and includes information on primary care providers, hospitals, urgent care facilities, pediatrics, assisted living, adult services, home health, skilled nursing, pharmacy, dental, vision, and more. Available online at: bit.ly/butteglennCiOc
Medspire Health – General Information– Medspire Health provides free, accessible, non-emergent medical services to communities impacted by disaster through a mobile clinic. Days and times of clinics vary, but the services are always provided for free and located at Camp Fire affected areas of Butte County. For more information, visit medspire.org
Public Health Institute – Fire and Water Study: Investigating Drinking Water Contamination in Paradise, California after the Camp Fire- The Public Health Institute is conducting an independent study on water contamination in Paradise, Magalia, Paradise Pines, Lime Saddle and unincorporated areas in the burn zone. This study will identify if there are drinking water contaminants in household tap water in homes affected by the Camp Fire. The goal of this study is to collect information that may help to better understand, identify, and address drinking water contamination after fires. The Public Health Institute is interested in participants who are living in a standing home in Paradise, Magalia, Lime Saddle, Paradise Pines, or in unincorporated areas within the Camp Fire burn zone. Homes that are not occupied may also be considered. The Public Health Institute aims to include about 175 homes in this study. For questions or to participate in this study, contact Dr. Gina Solomon, Principal Investigator at 415-289-9310 or email: email@example.com.
UC Davis Environmental Health Sciences Center – Statewide Survey- UC Davis Environmental Health Sciences Center is asking all residents of California to participate in a statewide survey. The information gathered will be part of a study to learn how wildfires are affecting the mental and physical health of communities now and in the future. The goal of the survey is to help government agencies, health care providers and community groups provide improved services to people affected by wildfires. All people interested in participating in the survey are required to be 18 or older and must have lived in California in 2018 during any of the wildfires. People who were not directly affected by the fires are also encouraged to participate in the survey. To take the survey use the following link: http://bit.ly/2VIaGZH
Adventist Health Feather River – Call Center– For patients that need to make an appointment, establish care or send a message to their provider, or for any other general questions, please call 530-872-2000 and listen to the menu carefully. Adventist Health Feather River Call Center is open Monday – Friday 7:30am-5pm.
Live Health Online- Doctors available for appointments 24/7 for non emergency conditions through live video from a smartphone, tablet, or computer. If the doctor prescribes medication it can be sent to local pharmacy. Prescription costs are not included in the appointment fee. Price varies depending on insurance but will always be $59 or less. Free sign up, no subscription required. Sign up at livehealthonline.com or download the free LiveHealth Online mobile app. 24/7 Phone line 1-888-548-3432
Passages Caregiver Resource Center– Free monthly support group for unpaid family caregivers. This support group is non-diagnosis specific and welcomes caregivers caring for family members with any diagnosis. Group meets monthly in both Chico and Oroville. Chico support groups meet every 2nd Thursday from 1pm-3pm at the Card Community Center (545 Vallombrosa Ave, Chico). Oroville support groups meet every 4th Tuesday from 1:30pm-3pm at Prestige Assisted Living (400 Executive Parkway, Oroville). Passages Caregiver Resource Center phone: 530-898-5925. Interested participants must be ineligible for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS)
Disability Action Center– Provides medical equipment and assistive technology to those who cannot afford it. Lends accessibility equipment such as ramps and rails to individuals needing to improve access to their homes. Disability Action Center provides free support with Accessibility, Advocacy, Assistive Technology, Durable Medical Equipment, Housing information and referrals, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Advising, Provider Referrals, Senior Vision Services and Traumatic Brain Injury Program (TBI). Phone:530-893-8527 (Phone service Available 8:30am-4:30pm M-F) Address: 1161 East Avenue, Chico, CA 95926
Private Medical Equipment Suppliers
- Valley Medical Supply
Medical Supply and Equipment, 1378 Longfellow Ave ·(530) 895-3923
- Chico Medical Supply and Ostomy
Medical Supply and Equipment, 195 Cohasset Rd ·(530) 899-5550
- Bidwell Pharmacy and Medical Supply
Medical Supply and Equipment, 1200 Mangrove Ave ·(530) 891-0388
- Discount Disposables
Medical Supply and Equipment, 555 Main St ·(530) 826-3904
- Apria Healthcare
Home Health Care Service and Supply, 3028 Esplanade, Ste G ·(530) 891-5226
- Lincare Holdings Incorporated
Medical Supply and Equipment, 629 Entler Ave, #3 ·(530) 895-8414
- Drug Therapy Systems Company
Medical Supply and Equipment, 195 Cohasset Rd ·(530) 899-5550
- Challenger Health
Medical Supply and Equipment, 341 Broadway St, #400 ·(530) 809-1411
- Enloe Home Medical Equipment
Hospital and Medical Center·2 on Yelp, 1390 E Lassen Ave ·(530) 332-6086
- Medical Supply and Equipment
157 Via Mission Dr ·(530) 592-3081
- Services Nph Medical, 2220 Notre Dame Blvd ·(530) 809-0383
- Diestco Manufacturing
Medical Supply and Equipment, 370 Ryan Ave ·(530) 893-3136
- Owens Healthcare Incorporated
Drug Store, 3860 Morrow Ln ·(530) 899-8687
- Lincare, 2505 Zanella Way ·(530) 895-8414
Health Care Clinics
Shalom Free Clinic is open for non-emergency general medical care Sundays, from 1pm to 4 pm at 1010 Mangrove and 295 E. Washington Ave in Chico. Also Provides Alternative healthcare on Wednesdays from 5pm to 7pm. Please note, the Shalom Free Clinic is NOT able to treat: fractures, unstable vital signs, acute low back pain, irritable bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, cholecystitis, lacerations, cellulitis that requires an IV/antibiotics, OB/GYN problems, Workers Compensation injuries, insurance physicals, or sports physicals.
Gridley- Orchard Hospital is open and providing services to the community and surrounding areas. If you need to be seen in a clinic, The Medical Specialty Center in Gridley is located at 284 Spruce St., and is opened for walk in care till 7pm. Patients that are not acutely ill, please do not come to the emergency room, please go to the Medical Specialty Center in Gridley located at: 284 Spruce Street, 95948
Enloe Hospital Blue Cross acceptance Info: Enloe Medical Center secured new commercial insurance contracts with Anthem Blue Cross, which will remain in effect until Dec. 31, 2021
- Oroville: 2800 Lincoln Blvd/ Hours: Mon-Friday 7:15 am-4:15pm/ Phone: 530-533-6484
- Chico: 236 W. East Ave/Hours: Mon-Friday 7:15 am-4:15pm/ Phone: 530-342-6065
- Orland: 1211 Cortina Drive/ Hours: 7:15am-4:15pm/ Phone: 865-5561 x2
- Chico: 1010 Mangrove Ave/Hours: Mon-Friday: 9am-6pm/Phone: 530-342-7500
- Chico: 2471 Cohasset Road/Hours: Mon-Friday: 9am-7pm Sat: 8am-4pm/ Phone: 877-245-3836
Northern California Dental Society- Provides referrals to dentists, orthodontists and periodontists in the North State. For referrals to dentists accepting Denti-Cal insurance, please call 1-800-322-6384.
Peach Tree Vision- Offers affordable eye care, and accepts Medi-Cal. Peach Tree Chico Vision, 120 Independence Circle, Chico, CA (530) 634-7647
Lions Club – Free Eye Glass Replacement and Eye Exam- The Lions Club is offering Camp Fire survivors eye exams and new prescription glasses at no-cost. After reaching out to Karen, individuals will be given a specific eye doctor to redeem a voucher for an eye exam and new prescription glasses. In order to be eligible for this offer, individuals must be Camp Fire survivors and they must have no insurance or be insured but unable to pay for the frames. If you are interested call/text Lions Club representative Karen Crook at 707-321-7715 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.