Plumas Rural Services
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OUR ADDRESS

711 East Main Street
Quincy, CA 95971


CONTACT US

Breanna Black
Victim Services
Coordinator
(530) 283-2735 x*818

Confidential phone lines
(call or text):
Breanna(530) 616-1480
Or
Aymie (530) 927-8031
 
 
  • Our
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SafeBase is a free program for students at Feather River College, as well as junior high and high school students who attend a Plumas County Charter or Community School. SafeBase promotes wellness, resiliency and healthy relationship skills by providing group sessions and individual peer counseling support. Referrals to other community based organizations, such as Plumas County Behavioral Health, are made when needed.
This project is supported by Plumas County Mental Health Services Act funds, grant MHSA1417PRS-YPS, under Plumas County Behavioral Health Department.
Integrating MHSA Guiding Principles: Consumer and Family Involvement, Culturally Responsive, Community Collaboration, Integrated Service Delivery, and Wellness and Recovery

 


To make an appointment, please call or text our confidential lines
(8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday)

Breanna (530)616-1480

or

Aymie (530)927-8031

Breanna Black,

is the coordinator of our SafeBase program. She has a BA in General Psychology and is certified as a Domestic Violence Peer Counselor. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work from California State University, Chico. Breanna joined Plumas Rural Services in November 2011.

Aymie Finch,

is the Youth Paraprofessional Counselor. She has an AA in Interdiscipinary Studies from Cabrillo College in Aptos, CA. She is a Certified Domestic Violence Peer Counselor. She is a Plumas County native, and has previously worked with clients in the PRS Domestic Violence program. Aymie is excited to be working now with teens and young adults.




To make an appointment, please call or text our confidential lines
(8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday)

Breanna (530)616-1480

or

Aymie (530)927-8031

Our program can help by offering free confidential counseling to teens and young adults who are victims of dating violence, sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking. The paraprofessional can meet with clients on or off campus according to their preference. Intensive counseling with a licensed therapist is available as well.

Our services are teen/young adult centered; we understand the unique circumstances that this age group faces, such as lack of transportation and unique confidentiality issues. We can provide transportation for clients to and from appointments as well as meeting clients on campus confidentially. We also provide advocacy and referrals to assist you through the court system.


 

If you would like to speak to someone immediately, please call or text our 24 hour confidential line:

(530)616-1480