Connecting to Care (CtoC) is a non-profit TeleHealth Service Center located in Redding California whose mission is to fill gaps in health care services. The CtoC mission focuses on improving the lives of individuals with mental health issues, special needs, and physical barriers to health resources.

Our mission includes:

promoting the health and well-being of individuals regardless of their economic status

collaborating with community partners

providing comprehensive, integrated, TeleHealth programs and resources

utilizing innovative technologies

creating access to services, connecting underserved populations to care

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Connecting to Care is committed to creating measurable, meaningful differences in the lives of the people we serve. Utilizing technology to assist individuals to independently access education, employment and their community.

TeleHealth Services

“Virtual Clinics”

TeleHealth brings the patient, family, physician, specialist and caregivers together using advanced camera and video technology.

  • TelePsychiatry
  • Assistive Technology
  • TeleBehavioral Health

Community Outreach

“Peer Advocate Program

Trained peer advocates use Assistive Technology (AT) to conduct scheduled on-site visits in special need adult day programs to introduce and demonstrate technology options. Advocates model the use of augmented communication devices to individuals who may benefit from using Assistive Technology to be more independent.


School AT Services

“Giving Students Equal Access”

  • Connecting to Care is a certified Nonpublic, Nonsectarian School/Agency (NPA) under the California Department of Education (CDE)
  • Assistive Technology Services are provided for Public & Private School-Aged Students. Districts are served under a Local Education Agency (LEA) SELPA Master Contract.
  • School services are initiated through Individual Education Plans (IEP) and Individual Service Agreement (ISA) for the purposes of assisting students in accessing education.

Assistive Technology

“Quality of Life”

The Assistive Technology program gives individuals with visual, hearing, verbal and physical barriers the ability to access to their community, employment, education and medical care independently.

  • Assessments
  • Acquisition of Equipment
  • Trainings
  • Support Groups