Movie Premier – “Crossroads: One Woman’s Path to Justice”

This is the story of a courageous woman and the inter-agency team, across 2 counties (Tehama & Shasta), that fought for justice – and her life.

Last night, my husband and I attended the premier of the documentary “Crossroads: One Woman’s Path to Justice”. This is the story of a courageous woman and the inter-agency team, across 2 counties (Tehama & Shasta), that fought for justice – and her life. Corning Observer Article

courage (noun)
the ability to do something that frightens one

Every person in Lisa Dawson’s path to freedom – the dispatcher, officers, advocate, doctors, investigators, attorneys, counselors – had to play his or her role perfectly to get and keep the attacker in custody and ensure the victim felt safe enough to take every next step.

When the movie is publicly available, I will share how you can watch it. In the mean time, I wanted to share some important information about local resources and what you can do if you know or see someone being abused.

Shasta & Tehama counties both have organizations who work with law enforcement and the district attorney’s office to help victims of domestic violence. GET TO KNOW THEM! Check out their websites and learn about the programs they have available.

Some of the resources available through Empower Tehama & One Safe Place are listed below.

  • Emergency & Transitional Housing
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Victim Advocacy
  • Prevention & Education & Intervention
  • Sexual Assault & Trafficking Programs
  • Community Outreach

See their websites for additional information and other resources & programs.

Empower Tehama 24-Hour Crisis Hotline 530-528-0226
One Safe Place (Shasta) 24-Hour Crisis Hotline 530-244-0117

How YOU Can Help

Whether you have a friend you think is being abused or your see signs of abuse in a stranger, most of us have no idea how to help. Fear for their own safety or of putting the victim in further danger often prevent bystanders from getting involved.

Knowing both what to do and when to do it can be a tricky combination. Below are my thoughts along with a few links on how and when to get involved.

Start by learning what local resources are available. Keep the Crisis Hotline numbers in your phone or on small slips of paper to share with someone who needs help.

Call 9-1-1 if someone is in immediate danger.

Helping Someone You Know

  • Contact Empower Tehama or One Safe Place – they do this every day and can advise you on how to help
  • Let the victim know you are concerned about their safety – ask if they need help and tell them about local resources
  • Offer a ride to one of the organizations listed above
  • Explain that free, confidential help is available help for victims and their children
  • Let them know they’re not alone
  • Be patient – the mental control abusers have over their victims is difficult to understand; it may take numerous efforts for a victim to get help
  • The most dangerous time is when a victim leaves an abusive relationship – professional advocates can help them create a safety plan so when they are ready, they don’t have to try and figure out where to go

Helping a Stranger

  • Assess the situation – engaging may be unsafe for you and the victim
  • Discreetly make eye contact with the victim – they may be feeling very alone and isolated, let them know you see them
    • If you can safely do so: ask, whisper, or simply mouth “are you ok?” or “do you need help?”
  • Be an active witness
    • Make note of descriptions, details and vehicle information
    • Take photos or videos (if you can do so safely and discreetly)
  • If you don’t think 911 is warranted, but you think they need help, go to an area you can talk privately and call Empower Tehama or One Safe Place and ask for their advice

Empower Tehama

The TV show Mom has a great episode addressing rape. Often women feel they were at fault because they were intoxicated or under dressed – it is NEVER your fault! And you always deserve help.

Empower Tehama has incredible resources for domestic violence and sexual assault.

If you need help, if you are being abused or have been assaulted, you can contact them directly – but if you’re scared about the process, you can also reach out to me and I will help get you in touch with them.

In addition to direct client help, they have a ton of educational resources for the community. You can help! Businesses can share brochures or place flyers in bathroom stalls. They’re also a 501c3 so you can make a tax deductible donation to help our county residents get direct help.

Individual Help

  • Sexual Assault Response Team
  • Advocacy & Counseling
  • Housing & Medical
  • Legal / Court Services
  • Teen Dating Violence Prevention
  • Stalking Victim Log

Community Education

  • Human Trafficking
  • Get Involved
  • How You Can Help
  • Brochures & Flyers

1805 Walnut Street
Red Bluff, CA 96080

24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-528-0226
or Toll-Free at 1-800-324-6473

Empower Tehama

Empower Tehama’s mission is to promote healthy relationships and social change in our community.

One of the most difficult issues to spot is abuse, especially when the abused is a friend or a member of your family. Empower Tehama is a local organization creating change in our community.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, Empower Tehama can help.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-528-0226

Business Center: 1805 Walnut

Empower’s programs include:

  • Domestic Violence Response
  • Children’s Services
  • Intervention
  • Sexual Assault & Trafficking Programs
  • Teen Dating & Violence Prevention
  • Community Awareness & Training

Camp Hope is a week long adventure for children and teens to help break the generational cycle of family violence by offering healing and hope to children and adults who have witnessed and been impacted by family violence”.

You can learn more about Camp Hope and nominate a child or volunteer as a counselor/mentor here:

Consent is an ongoing negotiation. It is not a contract you’re locked into.

Station 19

The above quote came from a TV show – but it is a statement that should be instilled in every person from a young age.

You have the right to say NO. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been flirting or kissing or are naked in bed.

Tehama Search & Rescue

“That Others May Live”

Prior to retiring, my husband was the lieutenant who oversaw the SAR program. Since he retired, he joined SAR as a volunteer. That’s him on the boat.

If you aren’t familiar with Search & Rescue (SAR) – they are an all volunteer sheriffs team that train regular to “search” and “rescue” people who have lost or injured in the various terrains of our large county.

They are ready to get in the river or lakes, they have divers, they have gear for snow, they have dogs and 4wd to get into our remote areas, they are trained to repel down mountainsides and treat severe injuries in the field.

As you can imagine, to do all this right, the team puts a lot of time into training.

They most often get called out late at night – and sometimes during holidays.

They hold regular fundraisers to purchase equipment.

These are some of the most under appreciated people in our county. They won’t ever boast about what they do – so I’m boasting for them.

Thank you to all of the SAR volunteers. We appreciate more than you know.

Get to know the TCSAR:


Stacy Pearce is a teacher at Berrendos who is speaking out against mandates.  She spoke at the Tehama County walkout rally Monday explaining that she is wearing a yellow star to school because those without the shot are being singled out and she is making the statement that it is unfair and unconstitutional.  

She shared a video explaining this – and is being harshly criticized for it.  One person shared her address, phone and where she works.

The school and local news are receiving emails and calls of complaints against Stacy – mainly from out of state numbers.  I support her 100%.

She said nothing wrong. She is not saying we have it worse than the Jews or that their experience was minor. The holocaust was horrible. It started by singling them out. That’s her point. Those who have not gotten the shot are being singled out.

If you agree with Stacy’s message, please sign our support petition below. Please also contact the school:

Stacy’s Original Tik Tok Video
Stacy’s Speech at 10/18 Walkout Rally



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Victims, Enemies, Warriors

Last night a young woman was brave enough to share that last year she had been angry with me over my stand on the mask mandates. She feels bad about that because she sees now that she was wrong.

She was scared. Mostly for her kids. She was terrified they would catch covid and die. Of course she was scared – THAT’S THE MESSAGE BEING SHOVED DOWN OUR THROATS!

This young woman has done absolutely nothing wrong. She was trying to protect her kids based on information from people she trusted.

This is brainwashing – absolutely. I would go so far as to say it is mentally and emotionally abusive. When someone you trust – in this case government representatives, public health officials, doctors, and school officials – give you false information designed to terrorize your emotions, THAT’S ABUSE.

Up until the last few weeks, the covid death rate was 2 deaths per million per day. That’s the same as the seasonal flu. It’s a little higher right now and we need to understand why.

They want us to believe it’s the unvaccinated – but that’s not true. Many of those who have been hospitalized or who have died are vaccinated.

The last we were told, 50% of those hospitalized were fully vaccinated. You aren’t considered fully vaccinated until 2 weeks after your 2nd shot (1st shot for a one shot dose).

Dr. Ryan Cole is an immunologist and virologist – one of the leading experts on this subject. He has been speaking out about how the shot works and his concerns about it.

In the video below, he states that scientist gave just the spike protein (without the virus) to otherwise healthy animals – many developed the same sickness as COVID19.

Dr. Ryan Cole Video

So if 50% of those hospitalized are fully vaccinated (I hate calling it that), how many of the other 50% have gotten one or both shots but aren’t considered fully vaccinated?

Are some of those people sick because of the shot?

We deserve answers to our questions. The experts speaking out against the shot need to be heard. You can find more of their videos here:

Info About the Shot

It is time to stop being a victim and start being a warrior.

It’s time to identify who our enemies are and take a stand against them.

It’s time to recognize others who are being victimized and help them out of that state of mind – with love and compassion.

If you are not yet in this fight and you want to be, but don’t know how – get in touch with me at

Let’s do this together.

Stand Up to Tyranny

Here’s something our founding fathers never said:

“I’d love to stand up to tyranny, but if it costs me my job then I can’t. I have to feed my family.”

Friends, our founding fathers weren’t in danger of losing their jobs, they were in danger of losing their lives.

When they signed their names to the Declaration of Independence, they all understood that their lives were at risk. Losing the fight was a certain death sentence.

Yet they still signed it. They were resolved to sacrifice everything.

It pains me today to hear patriots today say, “I can’t give blank up, thats too much.”

Do you realize what’s at stake? Do you think your job will be safe if communism wins?

Do you think your family will be safe from the deep state’s agenda?

Please, don’t be afraid of what you will lose if you stand. Be afraid of what you will lose if you DON’T.

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