Plumas Rural Services

OUR ADDRESS

711 East Main Street
Quincy, CA 95971


CONTACT US

EMAIL:

PRSMH@
plumasruralservices.org


Kandice Doerring
Mental Health Client
Service Manager

(530) 283-3960 Ext. *826

Breanna Black
Mental Health Case Manager

(530) 283-3960 Ext. *818

Jenna Artaz, LMFT
Therapist

(530) 616-5807

Marjorie “Midge” Gannon, LMFT
Therapist

(530) 283-3960 Ext. *822

Adrianne Bliss-Williams LMFT,
Psychologist Assistant
Therapist

(530) 394-8314

Beth Grant, MFTI
Therapist

(530) 283-3960 Ext. *812

Heather Caiazzo, LMFT
Lead Therapist/
Clinical Supervisor

(530) 283-3960 ext. *814

 
 
  • Our
    Program
  • Our
    Therapist
  • The Facts
    of Abuse
  • How Can
    CHAT Help?


CHAT provides therapeutic counseling and advocacy to child/teen victims of abuse, trauma or neglect and non offending family members in Plumas County by licensed therapists. The CHAT program is a highly collaborative effort, working together with local and county agencies to aid victims of abuse, and their families, in their recovery and to ensure a better quality of life and health.


HEATHER CAIAZZO, MFT,

is the Lead Therapist and Clinical Manager of Plumas Rural Services’ CHAT Program and Domestic Violence Services. She has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1995 and began working with the CHAT program in 2003.

WHAT IS ABUSE?  

There are many types of abuse including:
Neglect
Physical Abuse
Emotional and Psychological Abuse
Sexual Abuse
Bullying or Community Violence
Witnessing Domestic Violence
Internet Exploitation
Financial Exploitation
Parental Substance Abuse

WHAT ARE THE ISSUES?  

Children and teens may face these issues and more:
Anger
Sadness and Depression
Fear and Anxiety
Trauma
Eating Disorders
Bullying
Substance Abuse
Risk-taking Behaviors

WHAT ARE THE WARNING SIGNS OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT?  


Please click on the link below for useful information concerning the warning signs of abuse and neglect and how to report it. www.helpguide.org - "Recognizing and Preventing Child Abuse"


CHAT can help by providing NO COST counseling sessions to child/teen victims of abuse and non offending family members with licensed therapists.
CHAT helps youth increase their self esteem and personal growth through child centered therapeutic services. Services are specific to each child’s needs.
CHAT services are available to non offending family members and/or care providers in order to support the child’s treatment plan and help the child recover from the trauma of abuse.
CHAT therapists can provide transportation for child/teen clients to and from appointments as well as meet clients in a location best suitable for them.
CHAT partners with the Victim Witness Assistance Program to provide assistance with Crime Victims Compensation claim forms.
CHAT and Victim Witness can also provide support and accompaniment through the court process.