Redding Rancheriaâ€™s Giving Tuesday Redding Rancheria
Every year Redding Rancheria gives back by hosting a week-long initiative, Casual for a Cause. Employees at Redding Rancheria contribute a minimum of five dollars in exchange for wearing denim during the week of Giving Tuesday and to vote for their non-profit of choice. All of the funds are collected and saved for the end of the week, and all votes are tallied up to determine the final winner. This year Native Roots Network was selected as the non-profit organization to benefit from the Redding Rancheria match, and a check was handed to them for a total of $1,080! Great job Redding Rancheria! Always giving back to the community in a big way!
Redding Rancheria Tribal Council Hands Offer Check to Native Roots Network
Redding Rancheria Tribal Staff Wearing Denim
A Special Message from CEO, Tracy Edwards Redding Rancheria
As we approach the year 2020, Tracy Edwards, CEO of Redding Rancheria would like to share her gratitude for all of the hard work our employees have contributed to each of our programs in the year 2019. Tracy Edwards works tirelessly to lead Redding Rancheria in our endeavors by not only providing programs and services to Tribal members, but also for the entire community at large. Tracy says, “The Tribe is committed to continuing to ensure our community is the best place to live. Projects are going to benefit the entire community, not just the Tribe.” This message was loud and clear during the State of the Tribe earlier this year as she shared with many community leaders just how much Redding Rancheria has grown, and how much we are dedicated to giving back—and it is a lot! Tracy supports the Tribe “…so the legacy of our elders will live on for future generations.” On behalf of all of us here at Redding Rancheria, thank you Tracy Edwards for leading us fearlessly and victoriously into the New Year!
Jackie Brown: 25 Years of Service Redding Rancheria
Jackie Brown is a registered Nurse at Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center (RRTHC). She began her work with the Rancheria in 1994 at the first Trinity clinic. Two to three years following her start date she accepted the position of Nursing Supervisor and has held the honorable title ever since. Jackie Brown attributes her success and longevity to not only her love and passion for her role, but also for how well Redding Rancheria has treated her over the years alongside her fellow colleagues. Jackie Brown has experienced the many transitions of the Tribe over the years, and throughout it all she says the Tribe has always been centered on taking care of their employees, because they are committed to both the Tribe and the entire community. Jackie Brown is a true testament to the outpour of care and support Redding Rancheria provides their employees. Thank you Jackie Brown for your 25 years of service!
Shasta Family YMCA’s Jingle Bell Jog Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria is glad to have had the opportunity to participate in the Shasta Family YMCA’s Jingle Bell 1 mile and 5k run to support a great organization that does so much for Shasta County. Congratulations to all of our participants, and thank you Shasta Family YMCA.
Redding Rancheria Welcomes…. Jennifer Boudreaux: a board-certified nurse practitioner specializing in family health and wellness. Jennifer obtained her advanced nursing degree from Troy University in Alabama. Before becoming a nurse practitioner, Jennifer worked in varied acute care settings as a registered nurse and holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Jennifer’s combination of experience and clinical education enable her to provide holistic care for every member of the family. She believes that open and clear communication is the first step to providing individualized care to her patients. When not working, Jennifer can be found hiking and enjoying the great outdoors with her husband, Cameron. 3
Redding Rancheria Holiday Luncheon Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria rang in the Holiday season with a delicious catered luncheon which included an award ceremony to our Employee of the Month and our 2019 Guiding Value winners. We also shared in the fun of our Most Festive Contest showcasing creative Christmas attire worn by employees. We are proud to play our part in spreading good tidings and cheer to all of you from all of us at the Redding Rancheria.
Hailee Haroldson Honoring Jackie Brown with her 25 Years of Service Award
Chairman Jack Potter Jr., and Melodie Honey
Redding Rancheria Employee Christmas Party Redding Rancheria
Happy Holidays from the employees of Redding Rancheria. Every year Redding Rancheria celebrates the employees by putting on its annual Christmas Party where prizes are given out, food is served, and people are free to dance the night away. This celebration brings out the Holiday cheer in all of us!
Redding Rancheria Tribal Member Christmas Party Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria Elders Christmas Party Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria believes in honoring our community of elders by celebrating them with our Annual Eldersâ€™ Christmas Party. In doing so, we celebrate them this Holiday season as they continue to carry on their legacy and stories to our younger generations. Redding Rancheria is always proud to play our part.
Redding Rancheria Tribal Youth Christmas Party Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria celebrates the Tribal Youth every year by throwing a festive childrenâ€™s Christmas party. Our Chairman, Jack Potter Jr., dressed as Santa Claus and surprised the children with gifts.
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Turkeys and Toys Redding Rancheria
Redding Rancheria hosted the first Turkeys and Toys for families this year. This event was organized by our Chairman Jack Potter Jr., and his wife Myrna. We had approximately 300 people outside waiting to experience the Holiday cheer, as gifts were waiting to be handed out to families and turkeys too. Our very own COO, Stacey Carmen, was outside serving hot cocoa alongside Mrs. Potter and elves. Santaâ€™s elves were inside administering presents to all coming through. We enjoy providing to families in our community at this time of year!
Native American Family Support Program 2019 Redding Rancheria
About the Redding Rancheria Native American Family Support Program: Are you an unpaid Family Caregiver? You are a Caregiver if you answer “yes” to two or more of the following questions that pertain to taking care of an elder. Group #1 Do you help pay bills? Provide Transportation? Clean the house? Prepare meals? Supervise the taking of Medication? Group #2 Do you assist with: Bathing, Dressing, Eating, Getting up and down, Walking, Toileting, or Supervising for Safety? You qualify for the program if the elder you are caring for is Native American, 55 years or older and lives in the Service Area. Please note: The caregiver does not need to be Native American, only the elder being cared for. (If the Elder is a current patient at the Redding Rancheria Health Clinic, then you are in the Service Area) (If you receive payment for your services, then you are considered a professional caregiver and are not eligible for family caregiver services). For Grandparents caring for grandchildren: (grandnieces or nephews also)
Services we can offer: Counseling, Information and Referral, Support Groups, Respite and Training. We work closely with Passages Caregiver Resource Center in providing workshops and conferences for the family caregiver. We also have a lending library with training tools and books on various topics relating to the tasks and trials of care giving. We hold a Caregiver Support Group on the second Wednesday of each month from 11am to 1pm. Refreshments provided. Call for location. Background: The National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP) was created in November 2000 by an amendment to the Older Americans Act. Administered by the U.S. Administration on Aging, the NFCSP provides grants to States and Tribal Organizations to implement programs offering a range of direct services and supports to caregivers of chronically ill, frail, or elderly relatives, or relatives with developmental disabilities. The program also extends services to grandparents or older adults caring for children at home. While there are emotional and social benefits to looking after frail and disabled persons within the home, research shows that care giving can place emotional, physical, and financial strain on caregivers and their families. If you would like more information on the services offered by the Redding Rancheria Native American Family Support Program, please call Ellie at 242-4594 Monday through Friday 7a.m. to 3p.m.
The child (under 18 years old) must live with you and you are the primary caregiver.
December 2019 RRTHC Pharmacy Redding Rancheria
WE DISPENSE MORE THAN JUST MEDICINE The professionalism of your Redding Rancheria Pharmacy goes beyond preparing prescriptions. We are experienced health advocates and will be happy to: •
Provide written information with all of your prescription medications.
Communicate and collaborate with your Provider for any medication needs.
Provide information on how to use your medications both safely and effectively.
Answer any questions you may have about compatibility with your current medications and discuss possible side effects.
Provide computerized records of your prescriptions for insurance or income tax purposes.
Transfer any of your prescriptions from other pharmacies to our pharmacy.
All our services are done with total confidentiality. And remember, you can request refills 24 hours a day by phone (224-2716) or online at www.rrthcrx.com. Be sure to take
advantage of our Redding Rancheria mobile app. The app is free and can be uploaded onto your phone by searching Rx Local from any mobile app store. We know your schedule can be hectic so just ask our staff to add your email and/or cell phone number to Rx Notify. You will receive an email and/or text when your prescription is ready so you don’t have to make any unnecessary trips. As we begin a New Year, the Redding Rancheria Pharmacy will continually strive to provide superior service to you, our valued patients. Wishing you Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year in 2020! Renée Wolfe Director of Pharmacy 13
Churn Creek Healthcare Christmas Redding Rancheria
Staff at Churn Creek Healthcare (CHCC), a family practice and urgent care facility came together to provide patient families with Holiday cheer by giving out gifts for each child, turkeys to each family, and providing a Santa Claus experience to all the children passing through. Each child left with a smile on their face and a tasty treat in their belly! Redding Rancheria is proud to play our part by saving lives and giving back to our patient families in need.
Employee of the Month Hiren Desai brings a positive energy to the workplace and is always willing to help others.
Hiren has served a crucial role in upgrading and increasing Redding Rancheria security systems including the new Mimecast email security software and Malwarebytes.
upgrading Switching systems at Churn Creek Health Center to upgrading phone system software.
Congratulations Hiren Desai!!
Hiren is always looking at ways to improve the information services at the Redding Rancheria from
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A Special Message from Gary Hayward, Win-River Resort & Casino General Manager Redding Rancheria
Another year is quickly coming to a close, and the promise and potential of the New Year is approaching. When I reflect on the past year, I’m filled with an incredible amount of pride and gratitude. I’m proud to share that Win-River Resort & Casino continues to create exceptional results and to surpass expectations, and that is because we have something that our competitors do not have, and can never compete with; we have the greatest people in the world working here. I remain in awe of everything our team accomplishes together, and I’m grateful they’ve chosen a career with our organization. I am steadfast in my belief that Win-River is pound-for-pound the greatest destination for our guests to enjoy in California and beyond. We’re in the entertainment business, and that means our goal is to bring happiness to those we’re serving. We just happen to deliver entertainment through gaming, dining, and so forth. Our work is unique in that every day is a chance to add value to someone’s life, and what an incredible privilege that is. There’s a story behind every person we meet, and every day is a chance to change a life. Simply put, our community is a better place because of Win-River Resort & Casino and our team members, because of the lives they have touched through their work and the special moments they create every single day. And what a powerful reward it is to know you’ve had that kind of impact on someone’s life. This is such a groundbreaking time for our organization. Not only can our team be proud of everything we’ve achieved, we can also look forward to an incredibly exciting future. We’re continuing to work hard on making our new project along Interstate 5 a reality. I cannot overstate how important this project is to our future, and to the future of our community. The new facility along Interstate 5 will provide more opportunity for everyone involved, from our team members to our vendors. Along with exciting new job opportunities, this project will also provide more opportunity to give back to our community. This is a project designed for the prosperity of the entire Redding region. Please always remember that compassion, love, and kindness are investments that bring out the best in what life has to offer. They allow us to create the best in every relationship we have. From the bottom of my heart, to every single person in our community that has supported Win-River over the past 26 years, thank you. I’m so grateful for such an incredible future together and many more years of working alongside our team members to do what we love: creating unforgettable moments. I wish the happiest of holiday seasons to you and your loved ones. Gary M. Hayward, Win-River Resort & Casino General Manager