Your Health is Our Mission


Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC) is a non-profit primary health care system and is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). SCHC is based in Redding, California and has served Shasta County and surrounding counties and communities since 1988. Shasta Community Health Center's mission and purpose is to provide high quality health care to our community with compassion and understanding.

Since inception, the health center has grown steadily and now includes eight locations in Redding, Anderson, and Shasta Lake City. At it's flagship health center in Redding, SCHC provides primary medical, pediatric, dental, vision, mental health, urgent care, specialty consults, telemedicine, and HIV services. SCHC specializes in health care for the homeless, provides a ready point of access for the developmentally disabled population, and is a primary resource for medical treatment of substance abuse. SCHC sees close to 40,000 patients, providing 140,000 clinical encounters annually. SCHC employs close to 500 staff and over 100 healthcare providers.


Founded to Serve


Our Mission

Our purpose is to provide high quality health care to our community with compassion and understanding.


Our Vision

Our driving force is to remove barriers to healthcare and promote wellness for our entire community.


Our Values

Compassion: We care for those we serve with compassion and kindness.

Adaptability: We adjust and find new ways to serve the needs of our patients.

Respect: We welcome all members of our community, and we treat one another and those we serve with respect.

Education: We work to create a learning and teaching environment for our patients, trainees, and employees.

Service: We are dedicated to caring for our patient’s whole health with honesty 
and integrity.

Mission Statement - En Español


We Are a 
Teaching Institution 

SCHC is a teaching health center with residency and fellowship programs, as well as interns and trainees within departments such as behavioral health. We have an in-house RDA training program, we work with the local community college to train dental students, and we have student trainees do rotations with our clinicians and dentists.

Learn about our Residency Program
Learn about our NP/PA Fellowship Program

impact report

See Our Impact

From humble beginnings in the basement of Shasta General Hospital in 1988, to serving nearly 40,000 patients a year with eight locations in Redding, Shasta Lake, and Anderson. SCHC is proud of it's impact on the community we serve. 

Download our 2022 Impact Report 


Our Commitment to Quality


We are committed to quality by providing health campaigns that educate, empower and engage our community. Our health campaigns cover a range of topics, such as chronic disease prevention, mental health awareness, maternal and child health, and more. We partner with local organizations, schools, and media outlets to reach diverse audiences and promote healthy behaviors. Our goal is to improve the health and well-being of our patients and the public.

Learn more about our current Health Campaigns


Meet Our Leaders & Clinicians

At Shasta Community Health Center, we are guided by a team of visionary and dedicated leaders and clinicians who share our commitment to providing high-quality, affordable, and compassionate care to our patients and our communities. 

Meet Our Leaders    Meet Our Clinicians


Become Part of Our Mission

We believe that everyone deserves access to affordable, compassionate and culturally competent care, regardless of their income, insurance status or background. But we can't do it alone. We need your help to continue our mission of improving health and wellness for all. By making a donation to Shasta Health, you are supporting our efforts to expand our services, upgrade our facilities, train our staff and reach more people in need. You are also joining a network of donors who share our vision of a healthier and happier society. Whether you give once or monthly, every dollar counts and makes a difference. Please consider donating today and become part of our mission.

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Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC) is a state licensed and independent non-profit Community Health Center, led by an independent and consumer majority board of directors. SCHC is also a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). As such, SCHC receives Health and Human Services funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including professional liability claims (i.e. malpractice claims), for itself and those covered clinicians/practitioners and support staff at SCHC.