Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center

Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center (PCIRC) was incorporated in 1983, beginning as a grassroots organization to provide a crisis line for Plumas County, and is a private, non-profit organization.   

PCIRC currently provides direct service...

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Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center (PCIRC) was incorporated in 1983, beginning as a grassroots organization to provide a crisis line for Plumas County, and is a private, non-profit organization.   

PCIRC currently provides direct service programs to vulnerable and high-risk populations including the Plumas-Sierra Crisis Line and Emergency Services; Mac Homeless & Housing Services Program; Plumas CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Program; Ohana House (Emergency/Transitional Housing for homeless/foster youth); Plumas House Sober Living Environment; SAFE: Sexual Assault-Freedom & Education Program; Pathways Home a housing-first model for transitioning offenders; Emergency Utility Program; 24-7 Dad Fatherhood Initiative; Foster Youth Success Program; and a Community Access Technology Center.

 In addition, PCIRC serves as the fiscal agent to the local food banks and the Quincy Community Supper Program.  Access to all health-related core program services are provided through three Family Resource & Community Wellness Center sites located respectively in Quincy, Greenville and Portola, each reflecting and responding to the individual identified needs of their communities.  PCIRC also supports an office in Sierra County which provides Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence services.  
 

The mission of PCIRC is to function as a safety net provider of countywide services that offers individuals and families the opportunity to live to their own potential, and be treated with dignity and respect.

PCIRC provides at-risk youth, individuals and families with protective factors including access to homeless prevention and other ancillary and aftercare services that lead to family self-sufficiency and stability.  PCIRC is currently engaged with the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the Plumas County Behavioral Health Department in integrating behavioral health and alcohol and drug services into community-based wellness centers.


Telephone: 530-283-5515
Toll Free: 1-877-332-2754
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