Our Facilities

Round Mountain

Hill Country Health and Wellness Center is a full-service health center, offering Medical, Counseling, and Integrative Health services at our locations in Round Mountain and Redding, with the addition of Dental in Round Mountain.

In addition, at the Round Mountain clinic we offer:

A public library with free computer and Internet access.

A play area for children in the waiting area.

A teen center that serves as home for our teen program, where local teens can gather to plan activities, get help with homework, and socialize.

A great room where we hold dinners, classes such as yoga, ballroom dancing, and kids’ karate, lectures, special events, and movies.

A 1/4 mile walking trail outside.

Facilities for local community radio station KKRN 88.1FM (below).

Our great room and kitchen may be available for rental to community groups or individuals. Please contact Shayna Williams at (530) 337-5750 for more information.

Medical Clinic Hours, Round Mountain (Nurse Triage Line 24/7: Call for medical advice at (530) 337- 6243)

Monday – Tuesday – Thursday – Friday: 8:00a – 5:30p (phones on 8:45a-5:45p)
Wednesday: 10:00a – 5:30p (phones on from 10:00a-5:45p)

Counseling Center Hours, Round Mountain

Monday – Tuesday – Thursday – Friday: 9:00a – 5:00p
Wednesday: 10:00a – 5:00p

Redding

Hill Country’s new satellite clinic opened in Redding in June, 2015.  The location is 317 Lake Blvd., Suite A, sharing the building with Owens Pharmacy and the Goodwill drop-off center, just to the west of the Raley’s/ShopKo shopping center.  It is open from 8 am – 5 pm on M, T, Th and Fri.(closed from noon to 1 pm for lunch), and 1 pm – 5 pm on Wednesdays. It is not a walk-in clinic; you must have an appointment. Our Behavioral Health and Chiropractic services are delivered in the building behind 317 Lake, at 351 Northpoint, Suite C.

If you have been assigned to Hill Country Redding by the Partnership Health Plan and have not yet been seen, please call us to make an appointment at (530) 337-6243. Because of the high demand for primary care providers, it may be 60-120 days before we can see your for your first appointment. We will help you find resources for any urgent/emergency care you may need before we can see you, but it’s much better if you call us long before you are having a health issue!

If you are a current Hill Country patient at our Round Mountain clinic, continuing care with your current provider is important, and our Round Mountain providers will usually not be working in Redding. Because of the full load of patients already assigned to Redding, we will probably not be able to reassign you to Redding, though you may request this if you have extenuating medical circumstances.

To reach the Lake/Northpoint front office during business hours, please call (530) 241-4100. New patients please call (530) 337-6243 to register and make your first appointment. After business hours all calls will be directed to our Round Mountain office at (530)337-6243. An after-hours Advice Nurse is available thru this number.

Medical Clinic Hours, Redding (Nurse Triage Line 24/7: Call for medical advice at (530) 337- 6243)

Monday – Tuesday – Thursday – Friday: 8:00a – 12:00p & 1:00p – 5:00p
Wednesday: 1:00p – 5:00p

Hill Country C.A.R.E. Center - Opening March 1st 2017

Hill Country C.A.R.E. Center
(CARE stands for: Crisis and Recovery Engagement)

Location:
1401 Gold Street
Redding, CA 96001

Urgent Outpatient Mental Health Services 365 Days A Year

Hours:
Mon thru Fri 2pm-11pm
Weekends 11am-11pm

ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION

We provide rapid access to professional help for people who are overwhelmed by emotional distress, traumatic events or severe life stressors

RECOVERY SUPPORT

We offer stabilization & recovery support for people who are experiencing serious mental illness, traumatic stress, and other complex conditions

CRISIS PREVENTION

We work intensively with people on a voluntary basis to prevent repeated mental health crises and unnecessary psychiatric hospitalizations

We can help when a person is experiencing distress or is having difficulty functioning due to:

  • Any mental illness
  • Acute anxiety/panic
  • Abuse/neglect
  • Crime-related trauma
  • Disability
  • Disasters
  • Family Violence
  • Harassment/bullying
  • Loss of job or income
  • Loss of home
  • Miscarriage/stillbirth/etc.
  • PTSD
  • School violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Sudden loss of a loved one
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Workplace violence
  • Other distressing or traumatic situations