COVID-19 HHSA Services Update

We understand that there may be concerns about Novel Coronavirus Disease also known as COVID-19. Glenn County HHSA’s Public Health Department is working closely with State and local partners and other healthcare systems to assess the situation locally and provide guidance as necessary. 

Novel Coronavirus 2019


Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) has made some modifications to the services we offer.

Please see the department notifications below as we respond to COVID-19.

We thank you for working with us to keep our community healthy!

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Department Specific Notifications:

All Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services are still available via Tele-health. Call 1(800) 507-3530 for more information.

Behavioral Health Services

Harmony House Services 

Transition Age Youth (TAY) Services 

Public Health Clinic Services

Social Services (Medi-Cal, CalFresh, CalWORKS, etc.)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Community Action (CAD)


Press Release: Glenn County reduces in-person services, increases online access 

Glenn County has implemented business continuity practices to ensure we continue to operate and are here to serve you and the community. Our departments remain open to provide services to the public.  We request that you limit your in person visits, unless necessary.  If an in person visit is required please observe recommended social distancing practices.