Homeless shelters for persons residing in Trinity County
Rental assistance for homeless and at risk of homeless persons residing in Trinity County
Fuel vouchers and Trinity Transit passes provided for Trinity County residents to help go to a medical or social service appointment. Income qualification and appointment verification required.
Fuel reimbursement for volunteer drivers taking clients to a verifiable medical or social service appointment. Drivers must have a current driver's license, vehicle insurance, and registration. Both the client and driver need to be present for services.
Individual and group parenting education programs for parents and caregivers.
Parent education is individualized to the needs of the family.
New parents and other caregivers, including grandparents and other relatives caring for a baby, can receive a Welcome Baby visit.
Resources, a handmade quilt, books, and other useful items are provided at the visit.
Call and speak with a service provider for more information.
The Tobacco Free Trinity Program encourages a tobacco free Trinity County through education, community engagement, and leadership opportunities. The program coordinates Youth Council, a youth advocacy group that works to prevent underage tobacco use.
Tobacco Free Trinity coordinates Partnership in Action for Trinity Health (PATH), a local coalition that works to improve the health of Trinity County residents. For more information, visit PATH's website www.healthy-trinity.org
Rape Prevention and Education
The Rape Prevention and Education Program (RPE) promotes healthy relationships and works to prevent teen dating violence through engaging middle and high school students in the Expect Respect program and Prevention Squad.
Weaverville Youth Center
The Weaverville Youth Center, located on the back side of Weaverville Elementary School, is open to all youth ages 10 through 17.
The Center is generally open in the afternoons and early evenings, Monday through Thursday.
The Youth Center provides a safe, enriching environment and is provided at no cost to youth.