At Harmony Health, our mission is to serve as a community-centered provider of services and to improve the health, education, and economic opportunities for individuals and families. A non-profit organization with countless resources and services, we provide a holistic approach to creating happy, healthy families in our community.
Known as California's "Oldest Little City", Marysville is a true historical gem. Deeply rooted in gold rush history, the downtown area continues to reflect its heritage with many of the original buildings still intact along historical D Street. Several attractions and events throughout the year bring tourists from all over the state. Outdoor recreation opportunities are in close proximity to Marysville, making it a premier travel destination in Northern California.
Yuba County is California’s gateway to the historic Mother Lode Country, with a diverse landscape that boasts grand rivers, thriving farmland, friendly communities, and numerous recreational possibilities that extend into the Sierra foothills. Our communities have that small-town feel so many people are seeking. With a population just over 78,200 people, residents enjoy relaxed living and affordable housing, while both ocean beaches and mountain skiing are only a couple of hours away. And, amazingly, the county’s border is just 30 minutes north of the State Capitol in Sacramento.
Yuba County also enjoys an excellent school system and is home to Yuba Community College, which offers opportunities for higher education and personal enrichment. For those seeking an advanced degree, California State Universities at Chico and Sacramento and the University of California at Davis are all within an hour's drive.
Slip into the foothills of Yuba County and you will discover abundant recreational activities including boating, camping, and fishing. It’s just a short drive to Bullards Bar Dam (the fifth largest curvature dam in the United States) and Reservoir, Collins Lake, Lake Francis, and over 25,000 acres of wildlife area that includes National Forest Land. And it’s only a short walk or drive from downtown Marysville to the vast Riverfront Park, where you will find boating, picnicking, several soccer fields and motocross tracks.