The Redding Rancheria Title VI Senior Nutrition Program is funded by a grant from the Federal Agency on Aging. The program offers socialization, transportation and free meals in a congregate setting and provides valuable information for services that are available within the community to eligible elders.
We are currently serving meals in the Redding Rancheria Community Center and in 2015-2016 we served a total of 12,786 meals and provided 19,220 units of supportive services. The supportive services include Tai Chi, exercise, musical performances, crafts, games, health checkups, cultural activities, referral to community programs and transportation services. Our first meal under the grant was served in November of 1999.
Housing Assistance & Self Determination
Funded through the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) serves the needs of federally recognized Native Americans and Alaskan natives. Through NAHASDA, Redding Rancheria is able to assist multiple low income families with housing. We provide home ownership, counseling services, monetary aid for home rental deposits/rent as well as support in unforeseen emergency housing situations.
Family Caregiver Program
The Older Americans Act provides opportunity to Title VI grantees to plan, develop and implement family caregiver support programs for the benefit of non-paid family members caring for their elders and grandparents caring for their grandchildren, grand nieces and nephews.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program that assists Native Americans and Alaskan Native households. Through LIHEAP, Redding Rancheria is able to provide assistance to eligible families with electricity, gas, wood and wood pellets.
The Sharing Fund consists of funds that are directly set aside each year by Win River Resort & Casino. The Tribe makes it a priority to implement services and programs that support self sufficiency among its members as well as larger Native American Community. The sharing fund assists qualifying individuals and families on a case-by-case basis with the following.
- Youth Activity Support Fees
- Burial Expenses
- Food Clothing
- Elder Disability
- Domestic Violence Support Services
- Catastrophes(Fire and Flood Victims)
Johnson O’ Malley
The Johnson O’ Malley (JOM) program assists Native Americans in the community with school supplies. The program helped 450 students in 2015. Another 483 students were helped by the program in 2016.