Chico Community Acupuncture

Clinic Provider

Community Focused Practices

  Sliding Scale

  Group Acupuncture Treatments Only

Clinic Features

 Trauma Informed Care


 LGBTQIA Friendly


 Multiple Practitioners

POCA Co-op Collaborator (Circle Volunteer, Membership Drives, Supports POCA Tech, etc.)

 Fragrance Free Policy

 We offer opportunities for reduced cost treatments


 Accessible Clinic

  Wheel Chair Accessible

 Additional Accessibility Information

  ADA Bathroom

Clinic Modalities

 Community Acupuncture Treatments

 Herbal Medicine

 Cupping or Gua Sha


 Massage Therapy

 Additional Modalities

Contact Information

Phone: (530) 345-5300
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Pricing Information:

General Information

Chico Community Acupuncture offers effective, affordabe, accessible care with Acupuncture and herbs.  To schedule an appointment and for more information You can call (530) 345-5300, or check out our website,  Each day at the clinic we treat a wide range of symtoms and complaints such as: back pain, head aches, digestive issues, emotional complaints, and much much more.  We are happy to answer any questions you may have.  Treatments are $20-40 sliding scale, and there is a $10 initial patient fee.  We are open seven days a week. We hope to see you soon!  Parking and entrance are in the back.

Languages Spoken

English and Spanish


Olivia Peters-Lazaro, L.Ac., Michelle Rivers, L.Ac.


1815 Mangrove Ave.
Chico CA, 95926 US

Additional Information


This clinic is wheelchair accessible: yes

This clinic has an ADA Bathroom: yes


Additional Accessibility Information

The clinic has a motorized recliner chair, helpful for people who have difficulty getting in and out of lower or less stable chairs

Community Acupuncture Treatments
Herbal Medicine
Cupping or Gua Sha
Massage Therapy
Additional Modalities

Sho Ni Shin, pediatric treatment

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