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Community Resources

Information and Referral- (916) 244-1906
COVID-19 RESOURCES FOR UNDOCUMENTED COMMUNITES

Community & Family Services

Chicks in Crisis (916) 896-0031

- Offers pregnancy and parenting resources including baby formula and diapers to low-income parents continuing their education.

Child Action, Inc.

- Helps connect families to licensed child care providers, and provides information and resources for financial assistance, also provides training and education to become a registered child care provider.

Lao Family Community Development (916) 393-7501

- AJCC One-Stop, Refugee Employment, CalWORKs LEP, Victim Assistance Program, SMUD Energy Assistance for Low-Income Households, and Supportive Services for Families

Rose Family Creative Empowerment Center

- Combats social and cultural poverty through arts and education programs that help equip and empower children and families

Shores of Hope (916) 372-0200

- Transitional housing, emergency shelter for victims of crime, food closet, and Slavic women's health outreach

Summer Meals for Kids

- Free meals for kids during the summer months

The Table | 3Strands Global Foundation (916) 365-2606

- Empowerment center for survivors of human trafficking and those at risk of exploitation. Provides case management, mental health services, professional development, legal services, as well as a drop-in basic needs center and safe space for those at risk.

Disability Services

 

360 Behavioral Health | (833) 227-3454

- ABA Behavioral Health Treatment and respite care

EDD State Disability Insurance

 

Disability Rights California  

- Offers advocacy and legal representation for people with disabilities.

 

Resources for Independent Living 420 I Street,  Sacramento, CA | 916-446-3074

- An advocacy and resource center for people with disabilities.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

Society for the Blind   1238 S St, Sacramento, CA 95811 |  (916) 452-8271

- Providing life and job skills training, mentorship, and access to tools to maintain independence for people experiencing vision loss.

State Council on Developmental Disabilities

- Offers services/support to people with developmental disabilities and their families.

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

 

Community Against Sexual Harm 916-856-2900

- Assist commercially sexually exploited women through survivor-led peer support and harm reduction services.

The Center | (530) 626-1131 or (916) 939-6616

- Domestic violence counseling for individuals and families

My Sister's House | (916) 428-3271

- Culturally responsive support for survivors of domestic violence violence and sexual assault in the Asian & Pacific Islander communities

National Domestic Violence Hotline | 1 (800) 799-7233 or Text "START" to 88788

 

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

 

Operation Care | 209-223-2600 

- 24/7 Crisis line for those experiencing domestic violence, abuse, and assault

RAINN National Sexualt Assault Hotline | 1 (800) 656-4673

Residential Family Center   470 Bannon St, Sacramento, CA 95811

WEAVE   1900 K St #200, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 448-2321

- Crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault

Education/Employment

 

Sacramento Public Library | Multiple Locations  |  (916) 264-2920

SETA Head Start | 925 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95815  |  (916) 263-3804

- Provides family focused child development and school readiness services

Food

 

CalFresh

 

Central Downtown Food Basket   1701 L St, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 761-5624

- Food distribution and pop-up pantries

River City Food Bank   1800 28th St, Sacramento, CA 95816  |  (916) 446-2627

- Healthy food and CalFresh assistance to anyone in Sacramento, also provides diaper distributions

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services   3333 3rd Ave, Sacramento, CA 95817  |  (916) 456-1980

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)   Multiple Locations  |  (916) 876-5000

Grief/Loss

 

Olivia Chan Foundation

​- Peer support groups for families and children experiencing grief & loss

Sharing Parents of Sacramento

- Pregnancy & infant loss support group 

Health

 

California Children's Services

- CCS connects families with doctors and trained healthcare professionals to support children with special health care needs.

 

Elica Health Centers   Multiple Locations  |  (855) 354-2242

One Community Health | 1500 21st St, Sacramento, CA 95811 | (916) 443-3299

Pacific Clinics 9343 Tech Center Dr., 2nd Fl., Sacramento CA 95826 | (916) 388-6400

- Provides a range of services to Medi-Cal eligible children and youth up to age 21. Walk-in centers provide opportunity to complete same-day intake for expedited services.

Planned Parenthood   Multiple Locations  |  (877) 855-7526

Community HealthWorks | 819 19th St, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 414-8333

Safe Sleep Baby | 4700 Roseville Rd, North Highlands, CA 95660 | (916) 244-1900

WellSpace Health   Multiple Locations  |  (916) 737-5555

 

Housing & Homeless Services

 

Loaves & Fishes 1351 N C St, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 446-0874

Meadowview Navigation Center | 2700 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA 95832 |  info@voa-ncnn.org

Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency | 630 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814  |  (916) 440-1390

Sacramento Renter’s Helpline | (916) 389-7877

Salvation Army (Emergency Shelter) | 1200 N B St, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 442-0331

St. John’s Program for Real Change (916) 453-1482

- Housing & wrap-around services for women struggling with homelessness

Volunteers of America   1400 A St, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 448-5507

X Street Navigation Center | (916) 440-1382

 

Immigration & Refugee Services

 

ARI Community Services (916) 454-1892

- Resources for refugees, job placement and readiness resources, citizenship workshops, utility assistance, free diapers

Opening Doors

- Immigrant, Refugee, & Human Trafficking Victim support. Services include case management, counseling, career services and housing for refugees, legal services for immigrants, and career pathways skill-building programs and microbusiness consulting services and loans.

World Relief Sacramento

- Immigration legal services, employment and economic opportunity for refugees regardless of English level or prior work experience, refugee womens' integration groups, tutoring, and refugee resettlement.

Legal & Job Services

 

California Department of Rehabilitation | 721 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA |  (916) 324-1313

Civic Self-Help Center | 609 9th St, Sacramento, CA 95814  |  (916) 874-6012

Legal Services of Northern California | 517 12th Street Sacramento, CA | (916) 551-2150

- Free legal assistance for citizens and financially eligible immigrants, know your rights presentations, expungement clinics

Voluntary Legal Services Program | 501 12th St, Sacramento, CA  |  (916) 551-2102

- Assists low-income clients by referring them to volunteer attorneys for direct

representation, and by assisting self-represented parties at legal clinics

LGBTQ+ Services

 

Gender Health Center | 3823 V Street Sacramento, CA 95817 | (916) 445-2391

- Gender-affirming mental health service agency that provides holistic services to the transgender and larger LGBTQ+ community

Sacramento LGBT Community Center | 1015 20th St, Sacramento, CA |  (916) 442-0185

 

Mental Health

 

Cal Voices (916) 366-4600

- Culturally-affirming peer support services, assistance in navigating various human service agencies, and advocacy

The Living Room (916) 234-0178

- Culturally responsive groups, workshops, and counselling for the African American community

NAMI Sacramento 916-890-5467

- Crisis response, support groups, and resources for those affected by mental illness

SacMap

- Mental health programs and services available to adults in Sacramento County who are over the age of 18. Most services listed have few, if any, eligibility requirements, do not require insurance, and are free or low cost.

988 Lifeline CALL 988

- 24/7 Free, confidential support for those in distress or at risk of suicide

Senior Citizens

 

Agency on Aging 1(916) 486-1876

- Family caregiver services, health promotion, information and referrals to local resources, senior employment training

 

Sacramento County Aging Resources

- A comprehensive list of nonprofit and government agencies at the local, state, and federal level to help seniors

 

Substance Use

 

Another Choice - Another Chance  7000 Franklin Blvd, Sacramento, CA  |  (916) 388-9418

Elevate Addiction Services     Tele-health services |   (831) 740-8298

Harm Reduction Services 2800 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817 | 916-456-4849

- Overdose education and prevention materials, HIV and Hep C testing, Medication assisted treatment for opioid use, syringe access and disposal, support groups, case management. All services are confidential, do not require ID, and free of charge

Naloxone Distribution Project

- Distributes naloxone (Narcan) and fentanyl test strips free of charge

Overdose Prevention Initiative

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration) | 1(800) 662-4357

 

Women’s Services

 

Shine

- Supporting young mothers through educational navigation, connecting to health and wellness resources, financial literacy and career development, and child development education

 

Single Mom Strong, Inc.

- Empowering single mothers through career coaching, career clothing closet, and affordable preschool and daycare.

Wellspring Women’s Center | 3414 4th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817

Women's Empowerment | 1590 North A Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

- Supporting women & children experiencing homelessness through job readiness programs, graduate programs, comprehensive support services, counseling, and more

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