TEHAMA COUNTY PROBATION
INTERIM CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER
1840 WALNUT STREET RED BLUFF, CA 96080
PO BOX 99, RED BLUFF, CA 96080
FAX (530) 527-1579
OFFICE HOURS – 8 A.M. THROUGH 5 P.M.
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
If you have an upcoming event our officers could participate in, would like an officer to give a
presentation, or would like officers or our K9 to just meet you; please contact our main office
at 530-527-4052 and ask to speak with a community outreach officer.
Police Activities League (PAL): Mission Statement: Tehama County PAL is a youth crime
prevention program that includes educational, athletic, and other recreational activities.
Tehama County PAL is more than a program. It is a philosophy of fair play and good
sportsmanship, which promotes a positive relationship among law enforcement, the
community and our youth. For more information visit https://tehamaso.org/tehama-
Parent Project: The Tehama County Probation Department is our county’s sole provider
of the Parent Project, a class designed to help parents struggling with, strong-willed
children ages 11-18. This ten-week program is facilitated by Probation staff and offered
between three and four times per year at no cost to the public. The curriculum focuses
on targeting the most destructive adolescent behaviors, such as; drug use, truancy and
runaway that create discord within family units and have the potential to establish
lifelong struggles for teens. Parent Project utilizes the UCLA self-help support group
model which encourages participants to develop their own local support group to assist
them in gaining control of their children while refocusing their family on sharing love and
affection in ways best understood.
Loving Solutions (Parent Project Jr.) is another class offered by the department which
uses similar strategies as Parent Project but is directed at children ages 5-10. This
class focuses on behavioral issues that tend to result in more destructive behaviors in
later years of adolescence. Loving Solutions provides an interactive learning
environment with a curriculum designed to address children suspected or displaying
behaviors commonly associated with ADD/ADHD diagnosis.
For referrals, contact the Tehama County Probation Department directly or your local