Redding Teen Center

2981 Churn Creek Rd
(530) 242-2020


Opening Soon



  Hope Park

Pathways to Hope for Children will craft the multifaceted The Hope Park Project. The core is to create a teen center in Redding and utilize the existing teen center in Anderson to create a multi-generational hub where older adults and teens can come together. 

One goal is to provide meaningful activities for older adults to help prevent the negative physical and mental health effects of loneliness and the other goal is to give teens a safe place to gather at a time of day that they are most often to engage in risky behavior. The result will be a multi-generational community that will be beneficial to all involved.


Pathways to Hope for Children will recruit older adult volunteers (60+) that agree to participate in high adventure activities, meaningful engagement with teens, and commit to staffing the teen center from the hours of 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a minimum of four hours a week. All older adult volunteers will be required to complete a volunteer academy with a minimum of 20 hours of training that will include but not be limited to: mental health first aid for youth, suicide awareness, motivational interviewing, mentoring, healthy relationships, teen dating violence, sexual assault prevention and intervention, domestic violence awareness, mandated child abuse reporter training, the 40-Developmental Assets, Hope theory and much more. The volunteer older adults will be put through a background check, fingerprinted, and cleared through the National Sex Offender Registry before interacting with youth.

Teens participating in this project will be selected through outreach in local high schools, youth groups, community programs and referrals from partner agencies. The Hope Park Project will focus on teen exposed to domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, marginalized communities, communities of color, low-income youth and youth from at-risk environments. 

The teens and older adults will participate together in high adventure activities such as whitewater river rafting, high-ropes course, hiking, boating and more.  These shared experiences will create a bond that will allow for each generations needs to be met.


If you would like to donate to the Redding Teen Center please reach out to

Our wish list (warning it is long!):

  • Redding Teen center Wish list
  • Pool Table
  • Air hockey table
  • 10 pool sticks
  • 2 full set of billiard balls
  • DVD player
  • Dart Board and 3 packs of extra darts
  • Large Arcade Machines
  • 6 Desktop computers
  • Xbox or PlayStation
  • 6 large Bean bag chairs
  • Iron and Board
  • Beads
  • String
  • Wire
  • Earring making kit
  • Key chain kit
  • 4 Hot glue guns and 500 glue sticks
  • Modeling kits (cars, airplanes, etc)
  • Sharpies (200, All colors)
  • Modeling clay
  • Paints- Large bottles of tempura paint all colors
  • Acrylic Paint all colors
  • Cardstock 1000 sheets
  • Pens 100
  • Pencils 100
  • 2 Large music Keyboards
  • 10 Gaming Computers
  • 15 headsets for gaming
  • 6 guitars electric and acoustic
  • Electronic drum set
  • 200 guitar picks
  • Guitar amps
  • Base guitar
  • 20 patch cords
  • Music stands
  • Guitar stands
  • Large white board for wall
  • Smart board
  • 30 dry erase markers
  • 300 sticks of Chalk
  • Dry erase board cleaner
  • 5 dry erase board erasers
  • Chalk board eraser
  • 2 New Large couches
  • 2 New large easy chairs
  • 4 gaming chairs
  • Board games: Monopoly, Mancala, Clue, Scattergorries, Pictionary, Telestrations, skip-bo, 12 packs of playing cards, checkers, chess, warewolf, pandemic
  • Coffee/hot chocolate corner for youth- 4 bottles of torani syrup in the flavors of Carmel and Vanilla, 2 Bottles Chocolate Mocha Sauce, Large box of hot cups, hot cup lids, hot cup sleeves. Coffee and espresso. Espresso machine
  • 3 large area rugs
  • Hot Plates
  • Crock pots
  • Cutting boards
  • Wooden spoons
  • Metal spatulas
  • Mixing bowls
  • Full sets of silverware
  • Paring knives
  • Chefs knives
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Serving trays
  • Large Drink dispensers
  • 4000 disposable paper hot or cold cups
  • Large contractor size trash can bags
  • Large trash cans
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Mops with mop cleaning solution
  • Corded Bissell cross wave
  • New bookcases
  • Locking file cabinets
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Hygiene products
  • 5 rectangle folding tables
  • 30 folding chairs
  • 1000 pack of paper plates
  • Apple TV or Roku streaming sticks
  • Industrial cotton candy machine
  • Mobile Basketball hoops
  • Basketballs
  • Footballs
  • Soccer balls
  • Badminton set, 10 extra rackets, 12 birdies
  • 100 washable markers
  • 4 coffee tables
  • Air fryer convection ovens
  • Food handling gloves
  • Industrial hotdog cooking machine
  • 50 pounds of unpopped popcorn
  • Different sized paintbrushes
  • Small canvases
  • Large Canvases
  • Stencils for drawing
  • New 3D printer
  • Printer refills
  • Large Laminator machine
  • Laminator refills
  • Blankets
  • Large punching bags, 6 sets of punching gloves
  • New Washer and dryer
  • Towels
  • Laundry baskets for towels
  • Storge decorative baskets
  • Lit Artificial Christmas tree
  • Led Rope lights
  • Smart Bulbs
  • Smart lights
  • Lava lamps
  • Floor lamps
  • Side tables for lamps
  • Extra universal remotes
  • AAA and AA batteries
  • 9 volt batteries
  • Poker table
  • Snack display for snack bar
  • Colored pencils-variety
  • Watercolor paints
  • Boxes of popcicle sticks
  • Button maker (pin press)
  • Sponges
  • Scrubbers
  • Dish Soap
  • Paper Towels & Dispensers
  • Toilet Paper
  • Facial Tissue
  • Toilet Seat Covers
  • Bathroom Trash Cans
  • Dustpan
  • Broom
  • Potholders
  • Kitchen Towels
  • Kitchen Rags
  • Cookie Sheets/Muffin Tins/Bakeware
  • Oven Casserole Dishes
  • Food Thermometers
  • Serving Utensils
  • Napkins (for dispensers)
  • Plastic Silverware
  • Foil
  • Plastic Wrap
  • Zip Lock Bags (freezer & storage)
  • Parchment Paper
  • Can Opener
  • Bottle Opener
  • Kitchen Food Staples & Seasonings
  • Basic Office Supplies – (stapler, staples, tape, paper clips, rulers, binder clips, erasers, highlighters, note pads, post-it notes, desk trash cans, paper management, binders, file folders, hanging folders)
  • Bathroom Soap and Soap Dispensers
  • Waterless Hand Cleaner
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Masks
  • Toilet Brush & Cleaner
  • First Aid Kits
  • Band-aids (all sizes)
  • Personal Hygiene Products
  • Needle & Thread
  • Safety Pins
  • Thumb Tacks
  • Message Board
  • Assorted Brochures & Display Racks
  • Bean Bags
  • Cones
  • Duct Tape
  • Masking Tape
  • Blender
  • Tool Kit
  • Flashlights
  • Exercise/Yoga Mats
  • Paper/Disposable Bowls (for cooking class)
  • Soft Indoor Balls
  • Spray Bottles
  • Dish Drainer
  • Measuring Cups
  • Measuring Spoons
  • Pam/Cooking Spray
  • Toothpicks
  • Hand Mixer
  • Glue
  • Clear Plastic Storage Containers with Lids (assorted sizes)
  • Outside Bike Rack
  • Extra Emergency Clothing (t-shirts, shorts, sweats, etc.)
  • Ball Pumps & Extra Needles
  • Bucket
  • 100 Cup Coffee Maker (for events)
  • Rolling Pin
  • Colander
  • Large Standing Storage Cabinet for Kitchen Area
  • Clip Boards
  • Step Ladder
  • Touchless Thermometer
  • Shelving or Cabinet in Office Space to Store Office Supplies
  • Storage for Sports Equipment/Balls


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The Redding Teen Center was established in 2022 to support the youth in the City of Redding and outlying areas. The Teen Center serves teens ages 13-17 (and 18 if still enrolled in high school). The Teen Center engages youth in activities that contribute toward their growth into responsible and caring members of our community. Through our programs, teens learn to identify their strengths and build upon those strengths when making decisions and personal choices.

The Redding Teen Center provides a second home to many youths in our community, offering leadership, recreation, artistic, and educational programs, and activities. The Anderson Teen Center Advisory Board works in partnership with teen center staff to help support the Anderson Teen Center through its advisory, fundraising, and promotional efforts. Shasta County Probation Department and generous donations from the community provided fiscal support. The Redding Teen Center is a program of Pathways to Hope for Children.