Passages

25 Main Street, Suite 202
Chico, CA 95929

Tel: 800-822-0109

Tel: 530-898-5923

Fax: 530-898-4870

passages@csuchico.edu


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PASSAGES News & Events 

Love Your Brain 

Join us March 11th, in recognition of Brain Injury Month. This workshop focus on the benefits of yoga and meditation for traumatic brain injuries. 


To learn more about the event click on the link below for a printable flyer. 



Medicare Workshop

PASSAGES Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) is presenting "Welcome to Medicare" workshops for those turning 65 this year or younger adults who will be entitled to Medicare due to a disability.

Join us on the following dates: • Thursday, March 12th, from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM. Located at Lakeside Pavilion in Chico (2565 Lakeside Dr) • Tuesday, March 17th, from 1:00 PM-8:30 PM.
 Located at the Senior Center in Red Bluff (1500 S Jackson St) 

                                Registration required by calling 530-898-6716. 

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​Dealing with Dementia Workshop 

Are you caring for a loved with Dementia and need help in these areas?

  • Understanding Dementia
  • Managing Problem Behaviors
  • Handling Stress
  • Finding Time for You


To learn more about the event click on the link below for a printable flyer. 




Corona Virus/Covid-19 Updates

Passages is operating with limited services available; no in-person meetings or walk-ins at this time. For phone counseling and inquiries on local services and resources call Information & Assistance at 530-898-5923 or 800-822-0109. For those currently enrolled in the Home Delivered Meal program, services are still in effect.


COVID-19 Scams 
 Here are a few of the schemes: 
  •  Scammers are approaching residents of senior housing and assisted living facilities about “opportunities” for COVID-19 testing
  •  Beneficiaries are receiving robocalls about "special virus kits" and being asked for their Medicare number to send a "free" test
  •  Health care agencies are receiving scam emails offering COVID-19 testing services that can be ordered through a telehealth provider
  •  Online services offer a free vaccine in exchange for Medicare #
  •  Fraudulent emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control or other experts offering information on the virus 
  •  Cybersecurity scammers send a link which implants PC ransomware​