Red Cross Supporting Cooling Centers Throughout the Region

coolingstationSeveral counties in the Capital Region have requested Red Cross support as they open cooling centers to provide area residents with shelter from the current heatwave. Record-setting temperatures are creating the potential for health emergencies if people are not careful. Stay tuned to the blog for updates as additional centers open. Also check out this list of local Offices of Emergency Services for local updates and of course see the Red Cross resources available to help you beat the heat.

Current Cooling Centers we are helping to support:

Clunie Center
601 Alhambra Blvd.
Open 2p-8p Sunday-Thursday (6/30 – 7/4)

Hagginwood Community Center
3271 Marysville Blvd
Open 2p-9p Sunday-Thursday (6/30 – 7/4)

Pannell/Meadowville Community Center
2450 Meadowview Rd
Open 2p-9p Sunday-Thursday (6/30 – 7/4)

Fruitridge Community Center
4000 Fruitridge Rd
Open 2p-9p Monday-Thursday (7/1-7/4)

Boys and Girls Club
1117 G Street
Open 2p-9p Sunday ONLY (6/30)

Shasta District Fairgrounds
1890 Briggs Street
Open 2p-7p Monday-Wednesday (7/1-7/3)

Groveland Community Center
18720 Highway 120, Groveland
Open 12p-7p Sunday-Tuesday (6/30 – 7/2)

St. Johns Church
800 D Street
Open 12p-8p Sunday-Thursday (6/30 – 7/4)

Red Bluff
Wetter Hall
1740 Walnut St.
Open 12p-8p Monday-Wednesday (7/1-7/3)

St. James Lutheran Church
2500 Shasta View Dr.
Open 2p-8p Monday-Wednesday (7/1-7/3)

Shasta Lake
John Beaudet Community Center
1525 Median Avenue
Open 2p-7p Monday-Wednesday (7/1-7/3)

St. Patrick’s Parish
116 West Bradford Street
Open 12p-7p Sunday-Tuesday (6/30 – 7/4)

Tuolumne County Enrichment Center
101 Hospital Road
Open 12p-7p Sunday-Tuesday (6/30 – 7/2)

Stay tuned for any additional openings.

Know What to Do in a Heat Emergency

Could you tell if someone were suffering from heat exhaustion or a heat stroke? Would you know how to respond?

The American Red Cross First Aid App puts that information in the palm of your hand, helping you prepare and respond to heat emergencies and other events.

Available for iPhone and Android devices, the free First Aid App gives you instant access to the information you need to know to handle the most common first aid emergencies. It also features videos, interactive quizzes and simple step-by-step advice.

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American Red Cross California Gold Country Region

The California Gold Country Region serves a twenty-six county territory including Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Mendocino, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba counties

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