Are you the parent or family caregiver of a child with special needs? Then this twice monthly group is for you!
Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
1650 Sierra Avenue, Suite 106
Call 751-1925 X107 to register. Pre-registration is required.
The General Services Division of Public Works is working in conjunction with IT to update the current database of services and supply vendors. From now until February 6th, vendor registration on the County website will be unavailable as the database will be cleared and new vendor classifications added to enable specific vendors to participate in the competitive bidding process with Sutter County.
The Sutter County Public Works Department is responsible for procuring the following services or supplies, on behalf of the County, as follows:
If vendors wish to continue bidding on these services with Sutter County Public Works in 2012, they will need to create a new vendor profile on the website starting February 7, 2012. By registering, vendors will automatically receive notices of bids, requests for proposals, and requests for qualifications via email based on classification codes in their user profile. To register after February 7th, vendors need to visit www.suttercounty.org and Register Online.
Vendors, with services not specifically listed here, may contact the appropriate County departments directly in order to solicit their services.
Any questions regarding this matter can be directed to the General Services office at (530) 822-7473.
Sutter County Human Services – Health Division is pleased to announce our new Healthier Living Workshops. This FREE critically acclaimed program was developed at Stanford University Patient Education Research Center and was designed to help persons better manage their health conditions.
These workshops are being taught by many health organizations in the United States and in several countries throughout the world. If you are living with a chronic health condition or are a caregiver of someone with a health condition; and need help in how to manage fatigue, pain, depression, and how to eat better and exercise, then this workshop series is for you. Our next workshop starts February 9th, 2012 at the Yuba City Senior Center. Space is limited, so register now.
The program consists of six structured classes, and are not disease specific. Sutter County will be offering these workshops at a variety of locations throughout Sutter County and is offered at no charge. Spouses and caregivers of persons living with chronic diseases are also encouraged to attend.
Patients may register online at SutterCounty.Org/Chronic or by calling (530) 822-5943.