Other Information

Here is some more information we thought you might find helpful:

This section of the website includes information on child care, family services, senior services, housing, legal services, veteran's affairs, and adult education.


Resources


Child Care Services

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America 

Provides help by sharing time with local children.

Sacramento Office

1451 River Park Drive, Suite 241, Sacramento, CA 95815

(916) 646-9300


Boys & Girls Clubs of America 

Inspiring and enabling all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

Sacramento Office

5212 Lemon Hill Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824 

(916) 392-2582


Child Action, Inc. 

Child Action, Inc. is a private, non-profit corporation created in 1976 to provide for the education and social welfare of children and families by organizing, sponsoring, and administering services to children. 

9800 Old Winery Place, Sacramento, CA 95827 

(916) 369-0191


First 5 Sacramento Children & Families Commission of Sacramento County 

https://www.first5sacramento.net/Pages/default.aspx

Family Services Birth and Beyond

Families receive free services in their own homes and at family resource centers in their neighborhood. 


 6015 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660 

(916) 679-3925

 www.wellspacehealth.org/birth_and_beyond.htm


Senior Services


American Association of Retired Persons 

(AARP) Toll-Free Nationwide (888) OUR-AARP 

(888) 687-2277 

Toll-Free Spanish (877) 342-2277

International Call (202) 434-3525


Agency on Aging - Area 4 

1401 El Camino Avenue, 4th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 486-1876 or (800) 211-4545 

www.agencyonaging4.org 


Uplift Family Services (EMQ Families First) 

Foster care, adoption services, and therapeutic behavioral services. 

9343 Tech Center Drive, Second Floor, Sacramento, CA 95826 

(916) 388-6400

(916) 649-7158
www.upliftfs.org

Job Assistance

Cal JOBS - Employment Development Department  (EDD) 

Employer services, job seeker services, resumes, and search for jobs.

Folsom Cordova AJCC

10826 Gadsten Way, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 

(916) 635-4337

www.caljobs.ca.gov

Sacramento Works (Job Centers)

https://www.sacramentoworks.org/job-seekers/job-and-training-centers/locations/ 

Asian Resources

2411 Alhambra Blvd., Suite 110

Sacramento, CA. 95817

Crossroads

7011 Sylvan Rd., Suite A
Citrus Heights, CA. 95610

Folsom Cordova

10826 Gadsten Way
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

Franklin

7000 Franklin Blvd, Suite 540
Sacramento, CA 95823

Galt

1000 C Street, Suite 100
Galt, CA 95632

Greater Sacramento Urban League

3725 Marysville Blvd.
Sacramento, CA. 95838

Hillsdale

5655 Hillsdale Blvd, Suite 8
Sacramento, CA 95842

La Familia

5523 34th St.
Sacramento, CA. 95820

Lemon Hill

5451 Lemon Hill Ave.
Sacramento, CA. 95824

Mark Sanders

2901 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817

Mather Community Campus

10638 Schirra Avenue
Mather, CA 95655

South County

8401 A Gerber Rd.
Sacramento, CA. 95828



California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR)

DOR is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities. Provides counseling, evaluation, and help with school expenses. 

721 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814 

(916) 558-5300 Voice

(844) 729-2800 TTY 


Career Centers and One-Stop 

This agency offers free services including training, education, and workshops on resume writing and interviewing. 

Roseville Center

115 Ascot Drive, Suite 180, Roseville, CA 95661 

(916) 865-2440 

 Rancho Cordova Center 

10381 Old Placerville Road, Suite 150, Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 563-5147

www.careeronestop.org 

Elevations 

 A comprehensive, affordable online career assessment. Elevations offers a strength-based personality profile, emerging careers, web links, and interactive research and action planning tools. 

 1024 Iron Point Road, Suite 100, #1207, Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 357-6518

www.ElevationsOnline.com 


Employment Development Department (EDD) 

Job resources and help with resumes. 

 5007 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820 

(916) 227-0330


Golden Sierra Job Training Agency 

Provides career counseling, job postings, vocational assessment, job seeking skills, and help with resumes, job referrals, and interviewing skills. Youth vocational services are available year-round for low-income youth ages 16-21. 

 1919 Grass Valley Highway, Suite 100, Auburn, CA 95603 (530) 823-4635


Loaves & Fishes - Mercer Veterinary Clinic for the Homeless 

Individuals work for the day by a referral program. 

1351 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 

(916) 446-0874 

www.sacloaves.org/programs 

Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance Employment Services 

Informational 24-hour job line for public assistance recipients to get current information about job openings and referrals. (916) 875-3333 

www.dha.saccounty.net/Pages/Contact-DHA.aspx 

Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA) Connects people to jobs, business owners to quality employees, education and nutrition to children, and assistance to refugees. Provides children, family and community, and workforce development services. 

925 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95815 

(916) 263-3800

www.seta.net 

Adult Education and Training

Los Rios Community College District

https://www.losrios.edu/

Adult Education - Sacramento Unified School District

Warren McClaskey Adult Center

This center offers classes for disabled adults. 


5241 J StreetSacramento, CA 95819

(916) 277-6625

Charles A. Jones Career and Education Center 

5451 Lemon Hill AvenueSacramento, CA 95824

(916) 433-2600 ext 1000


Adult Education - San Juan Unified School District

Adult basic education in English, spelling, reading, writing, and math skills. ESL classes are also available.

3738 Walnut Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 971-7700


Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook

Helps find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

www.bls.gov/ooh

California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR)

DOR is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities. Provides counseling, evaluation, and help with school expenses.

721 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814 

(916) 558-5300 (Voice)

(844) 729-2800 (TTY) 


Folsom Cordova Adult Education

The Folsom Cordova Adult School is committed to preparing and empowering adult students.

10850 Gadsten Way, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 

(916) 635-6810


Folsom Cordova Community Partnership

To enhance the education, health, and wellbeing of the children, youth, and adults of our community.10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 (916) 361-8684


Internships.com

Advertising internship positions from companies across all 50 states.

www.internships.com

La Familia Counseling Center

Employment and adult education, a variety of programs and services for youth and families, and community events.

5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820 

(916) 452-3601

(800) 735-2929 TDD or 711 


LaunchPath

Combines technology applications and personalized services for internship support.

www.launchpath.com 

Legal Services  

Department of Child Support Services 

 California's Child Support Services Program works with parents - custodial and noncustodial - and guardians to ensure children and families receive court-ordered financial and medical support. 

11150 International Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 

(866) 901-3212

www.childsup.ca.gov 


Law Help California

Pro-bono legal help with a variety of issues including disabilities and work with seniors. www.lawhelpca.org/issues 

Legal Center for the Elderly and Disabled

Free Civil legal assistance in areas such as: Social Security, landlord/tenant, foreclosure defense, Medicare, elder abuse, rights of the disabled, and consumer issues. The center will also help with filling out forms. 

 2862 Arden Way, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 486-2110

www.probono.net


Legal Resources in Sacramento for Undocumented Persons

https://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/organization.392608-California_Rural_Legal_Assistance_Foundation_Sacramento_Office

https://www.sacramentofoodbank.org/immigration-legal-services/

Legal Resources for Undocumented Students

https://undocu.berkeley.edu/legal-support-overview/community-legal-resources/

For Educators-Best Practices

https://www2.ed.gov/about/overview/focus/supporting-undocumented-youth.pdf

Health Care & Disease Services 

 AIDS/HIV 

Nightline Provides emotional support in a non-judgmental manner, empowering callers and chat visitors to look at options and make their own decisions, providing crisis management, and information and referrals when appropriate.  

(800) 273-8255 

(800) 367-2437 

www.sfsuicide.org 

American Cancer Society 

Cancer treatment and prevention. 

 North Valley Regional Office 

 1545 River Park Drive, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95815 

(916) 446-7933

Help line (800) 227-2345


American Diabetes Association 

Provides quarterly education meetings; peer support; patient, professional, and public education, and information and referrals for those affected by diabetes. 

1900 Point W Way, Suite 212, Sacramento, CA 95815 

(916) 924-3232


American Red Cross 

A variety of first aid programs for different age groups, including first aid, community first aid, first aid for children today, CPR classes, classes in community water safety, life guarding, babysitting, parenting, and HIV/AIDS education. 1

565 Exposition Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95815 

(916) 993-7070 

https://www.redcross.org/ux/take-a-class 

The California Endowment

Provides services to healthcare, healthy food, access to quality education, and health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. 

1414 K Street #500, Sacramento, CA 95814 

(916) 558-6760

 www.calendow.org/places/sacramento 

California Rural Indian Health Board 

CRIHB provides advocacy, shared resources, training, and technical assistance that enhances the delivery of quality comprehensive health related services to Indian people of California. 

4400 Auburn Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Sacramento, CA 95841 (916) 929-9761

www.crihb.org 


California State University Sacramento Student Health Services 

Support services include general medical care, laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy, general family practice, optometry, and health education. Psychological services are available to all students for counseling and mental health issues. 

Student Health Center 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 278-6461 

www.shcssacstate.org 

California Vision Foundation 

Provides low-income, uninsured families throughout the state of California with free comprehensive eye exams and low cost glasses.  

2415 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 

(800) 877-5738 

www.californiavision.org 

CARES 

Free medical care, dental, medication, mental health, and housing services. 

1500 21st Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 

(916) 443-3299 

www.carescommunityhealth.org/services 

Child Health & Disability Prevention Program (CHDP) Medical services provided to children up to 18 years old. A full physical exam is offered to every patient. 

 Sacramento County 

 9616 Micron Avenue, Suite 950, Sacramento, CA 95827

(916) 875-7151 


Covered California 

Health insurance, Medi-Cal information, and free local help to enroll. 

(888) 975-1142 

 www.CoveredCA.com

Free STD home test kit for women 25 years and under. 

(916) 875-5669 

 www.dontthinkknow.org 

Gender Health Center 

Provides counseling/therapy services that embrace the psychological well-being and self-fulfillment of individuals coming out and/or beginning or in the transition process in a safe, supportive environment. Fees are on a sliding scale. 

Health, Education, & Advocacy 

 2020 29th Street, Suite 201, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 455-2391

www.theGenderHealthCenter.org 


Trans Lifeline 

Trans Lifeline is a non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of transgender people. 

(877) 565-8860 

Health Insurance Marketplace 

Health insurance coverage. Available 24 hours. 

(800) 318-2596 

www.HealthCare.gov (English) www.CuidadoDeSalud.gov (Spanish) 

Help at Home

Senior Care Supplies companions, homemakers, and home health aides.  

Sacramento County 

(916) 625-9172 

www.hahcare.com 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center 

Find health care plans, various locations, doctors, and health and wellness information. 

www.healthy.kaiserpermanente.org 

Med 7 Urgent Care Center 

General medical care, urgent care and minor trauma, physicals for basic sports, DOT, post-accident drug and alcohol testing.

Sacramento & Natomas Clinic

4112 E Commerce Way, Natomas, CA 95834 

(916) 447-MED7 (6337)

https://www.med7.com/urgent-care-sacramento-ca/locations/ 

Medical Board of California 

Oversees the proper licensing and regulation of physicians and surgeons and certain allied health care professions.

2005 Evergreen Street, Suite 1200, Sacramento, CA 95815 (800) 633-2322

www.mbc.ca.gov 


Medicaid (California) 

Medicaid is a government-funded healthcare insurance program that provides health care services for low-income individuals and families. 

 1725 28th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 874-3100 


Medi-Cal Mental Health Services, California Department of Health Care Services 

 The Mental Health Services Division now handles Medi-Cal-related mental health functions. Medi-Cal also has free dental services. Medi-Cal Managed Care 

(888) 452-8609

Mental Health (800) 896-4042 www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/mh/Pages/default.aspx 


Mercy Hospital  

Care for people without insurance, and education classes such as nutrition, diabetes, stress management, and parenting topics.

Mercy General Hospital

4001 J St. Sacramento, CA 95819

https://www.dignityhealth.org/sacramento/locations/mercy-general-hospital

Mother Teresa Maternity Home 

Home for pregnant mothers. (Note: Cannot accommodate other children other than pregnancy. Can stay up to 3 months after birth.) 

3122 Sacramento Street, Placerville, CA 95667 

(530) 295-8006 

www.motherteresamaternityhome.com 

Muscular Dystrophy Association 

Promotes educational programs and research on muscular dystrophy. Diagnostic/re-evaluation clinic, patient treatment, follow-up, occupational therapy, physical therapy and orthopedic equipment. Wheelchairs, and hospital equipment are loaned for home use. Summer camps for kids ages 6-21. Support groups and public education material available. 

3010 Lava Ridge Court, Suite 160, Roseville, CA 95661 

(916) 921-9518

www.mdausa.org 


New Dawn Treatment Centers 

An Intensive Outpatient program offers 3 hours of daily intensive group and individual therapy with licensed addiction counselors for 3-5 days per week. Experiential therapies such as Yoga and Tai Chi, family therapy, and couples counseling are also included. 

9960 Business Park Drive, Suite 160, Sacramento, CA 95827

(916) 723-1319
24/7 confidential help line (866) 969-4300 www.newdawntreatmentcenters.com/new-dawn-lp/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=Brand 


Organize - Transplant/Organ Donor information 

Organ donor registration 

www.organize.org 

Prevent Blindness Northern California 

Free eye exam and glasses. 1388 Sutter Street, #408, San Francisco, CA 94109 

(415) 567-7500

www.preventblindness.org 


Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services 

Provides treatment services to individuals struggling with alcohol and/or drug abuse. Services include outpatient treatment, methadone treatment, day treatment, detoxification, residential services, and perinatal services. Alcohol and Drug Services 

(916) 857-2050

Planned Parenthood

Pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV prevention.

Planned Parenthood - B Street Health Center

201 29th St, Sacramento

(916) 446-6921

Planned Parenthood - Capitol Plaza Health Center

1125 10th St, Sacramento

(916) 444-7966

Planned Parenthood - Fruitridge Health Center

5385 Franklin Blvd, Sacramento

(916) 452-7305

Roseville Health Center

729 Sunrise Ave, Suite 900, Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 781-3310

North Highlands Health Center

5700 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660

(916) 332-5715

www.plannedparenthood.org/get-care/our-service 

Primary Health Services (Clinic Information) 

(916) 874-8912 

www.dhhs.saccounty.net/BHS/Pages/BHS-Home.aspx 

Sacramento County Mental Health Center Sacramento County mental health center provides 24-hour crisis services. 2150 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 875-1000


Sacramento Life Center

Provides a safe place for women and men facing an unplanned or unsupported pregnancy to find compassion, support, free medical care, and community resources. 

 2316 Bell Executive Lane, Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 451-4357

24/7 hotline (916) 451-2273
www.saclife.org


Senior Resource Guide--Sacramento

https://www.sacbee.com/site-services/marketing/senior-resources/ 

Smiles for Big Kids - Sacramento District Dental Foundation Program provides necessary dental services to uninsured and low-income adults. 

2035 Hurley Way, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 446-1211

www.sdds.org/foundation/ 


Sacramento Hospice  

Compassionate care of the dying, caregiver stress, grief, and loss. 

https://www.sachospice.org/ 

Snowline Hospice-Sacramento County 

Compassionate care of the dying, caregiver stress, grief, and loss.

100 Howe Avenue, Suite 206 S, Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 817-2338
www.snowlinehospice.org 


Strategies for Change 

Providing substance abuse, co-occurring mental health, reentry, and related behavioral health services for youth, adults, and families. 

 4441 Auburn Boulevard, Suite E, Sacramento, CA 95841 

(916) 473-5764


Stop Smoking 

Support and resources to help individuals stop smoking In California (

800) NO-BUTTS or (800) 844-CHEW 

Anywhere else in the U.S. (800) QUIT-NOW 

 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation 

Educates individuals about breast cancer risk factors, the importance of early detection, and the resources that are available to them. 

9310 Tech Center Drive, Suite 250, Sacramento, CA 95826 (916) 231-3148


Sutter General Hospital 

 Non-profit healthcare network of hospitals and physicians. 2801 L Street, Suite 10, Sacramento, CA 95630 

(916) 887-0000


Sutter Resource Library 

The Sutter Resource Library provides information on latest medical information from reliable sources through books, journals, clipping files, videotapes, audiotapes, and computer databases. 

 2800 L Street, Suite 115 B, Sacramento, CA 95816 

(916) 887-4420 

www.suttermedicalcenter.org/library 

UC Davis Medical Center 

 A nationally recognized academic medical center offering primary care for all ages, specialty care in 150 fields, and the latest treatment options and expertise for the most complex health conditions. 

2315 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 734-2011

www.ucdmc.ucdavis.ed 


Undocumented and Uninsured Resources 

Find local health resources, internship opportunities to get involved, and access healthcare research on undocumented immigrants. 

 www.undocumentedanduninsured.org 

U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group Protects the health and productivity of the American workforce. 

1580 Creekside Drive, Suite 120, Folsom, CA 95630 (

916) 542-7007

www.ushealthworks.com 


Wellspace

Formerly known as The Effort, Wellspace offers mental health counseling as well as inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment. In addition, physicians and medical staff provide healthcare and offer pregnancy/midwife services.


1820 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 

Appointment (916) 737-5555

Primary Care (916) 550-5443
24 hour Suicide Crisis Line (916) 368-3111 

24 hour Parent Support Line (888) 281-3000 

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) 

Rancho Cordova WIC 10665 Coloma Road, Suite 400, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

(916) 876-5000

Housing 

Community Resource Project, Inc. 

Repairs homes and apartments, HEAP, pays SMUD and PG&E utilities. 250 Harris Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838 (916) 567-5200

HEAP (916) 567-5220


The Center for Violence Free Relationships (formally Women's Center) 

 Counseling for domestic violence and sexual assault, advocacy, safe house, workshops, support groups, legal services, and 24 hour hotline. 

Sacramento (916) 939-6616

24-hour Crisis Line (530) 626-1131 


Sacramento County Habitat for Humanity 

 Builds simple homes for deserving low-income families. (Note: Please see website for eligibility) 

 819 N 10th St, Sacramento, CA 95811 

(916) 440-121


Francis House of Sacramento 

 A counseling and resource center for individuals and families. Pays for I.D. DMV, motel voucher and bus tickets, unemployment assistance, help with resume writing, job searches, and interview preparation. 

 1422 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 443-2646

www.francishousecenter.org/service 

Furniture for Families 

 Provide a furniture bank that will pick up used/in good condition furniture, by appointment, from the Sacramento area. Furniture is distributed to families in need. All families must be referred by their case worker, via a social service agency. 

 (916) 635-0664 

  www.furnitureforfamilies.org 


H.E.L.P. (Housing Emergency Lodging Program) 

Provides 1-2 nights at a motel, once a year. 

(530) 306-2352 

Mary House 

Provides a welcome, safe, and clean environment for homeless men, women, and children seeking survival services. Helps feed the hungry and provides shelter for the homeless. 

 1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 

(916) 446-4961 

www.sacloaves.org/programs/maryhouse www.maryhouse.org 

National Shared Housing Resource Center- Share a Home

NSHRC is a clearinghouse for people looking to find a shared housing organization in their community or to help get a program started. 

 (650) 348-6660 ext. 303 

 www.nationalsharedhousing.org 

Neighbor Works Sacramento - Home Ownership Center

Supporting the long-term financial success of local homeowners. Provides opportunities for successful homeownership and strong communities through quality education, affordable lending, supportive partnerships, and dedicated leadership. 

2400 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 452-5356

(800) 355-5356
www.nwsac.org 


Next Move (formerly Sacramento Emergency Housing Center) 

Next Move assists families with children and individuals toward self-reliance. 

2925 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 454-2120 

www.nextmovesacramento.org 

Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency 

Provides rental assistance to low income individuals and families in Sacramento County. 

701 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 

(916) 440-1390

www.gosection8.com


Law Help California 

Pro bono legal help with a variety of issues including disabilities and work with seniors.

 www.lawhelpca.org/issues 

Legal Center for the Elderly and Disabled 

Free Civil legal assistance in areas such as: Social Security, landlord/tenant, foreclosure defense, Medicare, elder abuse, rights of the disabled, and consumer issues. The center will also help with filling out forms. 

 2862 Arden Way, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 486-2110

www.probono.net/ 


Mental Heath

 Asian Pacific Community Counseling

Promotes the mental health and wellness of Asian and Pacific Islander communities through culturally and linguistically relevant outreach, prevention, education, therapy, counseling, and recovery support services. 

7273 14th Avenue, Suite 120-B, Sacramento, CA 95820 

(916) 383-6783


California State University Sacramento

Counseling/Psychological Services Counseling provided by counseling graduate students. 

6000 J Street, Eureka Hall 421, Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 278-6252 

www.csus.edu/wrc/resources/counseling.html 

California State University Sacramento Student Health

Services Support services include general medical care, laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy, general family practice, optometry, and health education. Psychological services are available to all students for counseling and mental health issues. 

 Student Health Center 

6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 278-6461 www.shcssacstate.org

Chemical Dependency

Provides an education focus on issues of chemical dependency, relapse prevention, and family violence.

55 University Avenue, Suite 320, Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 333-5955

www.cdtainc.com

Choices Transitional Services

Provide help for adults and children with developmental or mental health disabilities to become active in their community.

Rancho Cordova Office

2920 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 205, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

(916) 822-8707

www.cts-choices.org 


County Child Protective Services, Health Center Clinic

Protects children, strengthens families, provides permanent homes, and builds community partnerships

4600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820

(916) 875-0189

El Hogar Community Services, Inc. - Guest House Homeless Clinic

Mental health services for homeless or at-risk of being homeless.

600 Bercut Drive, Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 440-1500 www.elhogarinc.org/guest-house-homelessclinic

El Hogar Sierra Elder Wellness Program & Senior Link

3870 Rosin Court, Suite 130, Sacramento, CA 95834

Wellness Program

(916) 363-1553

Senior Link (916) 369-7872

Jewish Family Services

Provides adult mental health services.

2862 Arden Way, Suite 103, Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 484-4400

www.ehealthscores.com/providers/izd-lstxsflssq/JEWISH-FAMILY-SERVICE-OF-SACRAMENTO.html


La Familia Counseling Center

Provides multi-cultural professional counseling; outreach and supportive services for at-risk youth, adults, and families; mental health services; employment and adult education; crisis intervention; and recreational and tutorial programs.

5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820

(916) 452-3601

(800) 735-2929 TDD or 711

www.lafcc.org


Lilliput Children Services/Kinship CARE Offices

A free state-funded program designed to provide support, counseling, and services when children are living full-time with their grandparents, other relatives, or near relatives such as family friends.

12750 Sutterville Rd, Sacramento, CA 95820

(916) 688-4750

www.lilliput.org/parents/kinship-services



Mental Health First Aid 

An 8-hour course that teaches individuals how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training gives participants the skills needed to reach out, provide initial help, and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis.  

(530) 621-6226

(888) 244-8980 

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

NAMI is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. (800) 950-NAMI

or text "NAMI" to 741741 www.nami.org/About-NAMI


Sacramento County Mental Health Center 

Sacramento County mental health center provides 24-hour crisis services. 

2150 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817 

(916) 875-1000

www.sacpros.org 


Sacramento County Health & Human Services 

Includes a variety of resources including alcohol and drug treatment and mental health services. 

7001-A East Parkway, Suite 400, Sacramento, California 95823 

(916) 875-7070 

www.dhhs.saccounty.net/BHS/Pages/BHS-Home.aspx

Safety Net

Provides individual crisis assessment, community-based advocacy, resources, referrals, and short term solution-focused case management. Services include, Regional Transit bus passes, free diapers, and emergency food. Emergency food, baby formula/food are available when donations are received. Some services are low- income qualified.

Folsom Cordova Community Partnerships

10665 Colma Road, Suite 200, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 (916) 361-8684

www.thefccp.org/community-support


Summit View Child and Family Services 

Provides professional counseling and mental health services for adults and children. Offers outpatient mental health, residential treatment, special education services for children and adolescents, as well as a home specializing in working with sex trafficked youth. Specializes in treating adolescent girls who are suicidal and engage in self-harm behavior. 

670 Placerville Drive, Suite 2, Placerville, CA 95667 

(530) 644-2412

www.summitviewtreatment.org 


Wellspace

Formerly known as The Effort, Wellspace offers mental health counseling as well as inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment. In addition, physicians and medical staff provide healthcare and offer pregnancy/midwife services. 


1820 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Appointment 

(916) 737-5555

Primary Care (916) 550-5443
24 hour Suicide Crisis Line (916) 368-3111 

24 hour Parent Support Line (888) 281-3000 

Veteran's Affairs 

Veteran's  Affairs 2-1-1 

Resources for Veterans 

Resources include: housing, homeless housing, medical services, benefits, support services, counseling and veteran employment programs 

 www.211sacramento.org/211/online-database/categories/military 

Sacramento County Veteran's Service 

2007 19th Street Sacramento CA 95818

Phone 916-874-6811 or email DHA-VET@saccounty.net

Claim Appointments can be made by calling 916-846-4825

Department of Veteran Affairs

Assisting veterans and their families in navigating the bureaucracy of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. Client are seen by walk in; appointments can be made for special needs or emergencies.

https://dvnf.org/our-work/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvLvXyJSs2wIVh_hkCh2RvgmEEAAYAiAAEgLguPD_Bw

Sacramento Vet Center

1111 Howe Avenue Suite #390, Sacramento, CA 95825

Phone: 916-566-7430 or 877-927-8387
Fax: 916-566-7433


Citrus Heights Vet Center 

The Vet Center is staffed by a small, multi-disciplinary team of dedicated providers, many who are combat Veterans. They are available to help vets and their families with readjustment counseling, referrals, and outreach services.

5650 Sunrise Boulevard, Suite 150, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 (916) 535-0420


National Guard Bureau Joint Services Support 

This online resource provides services, programs, and information at assistance centers in armories nationwide. www.jointservicessupport.org 

Real Warriors 

The program, run by the Defense Centers of Excellence for psychological health and traumatic brain injury, provides resources and help before, during, and after a deployment. Available 24/7.

(866) 966-1020 

 www.realwarriors.net 

The Soldiers Project 

 A group of licensed mental health professional providing free counseling and support to military service members who have served or expect to serve in Iraq and/or Afghanistan, and their families. 

 (877) 576-5343 

  www.thesoldierproject.org/about/ 

Veterans Hotlines 

Veterans Crisis Line (800) 273-8255 (Press 1) or Send a text to 838255 

Homeless Veterans Hotline (877) 4AID-VET (877) 424-3838) 

Women's Services 

La Leche League

Nutrition and breastfeeding support to help mothers and mothers-to-be with all aspects of breastfeeding. Leader Referral Line: (916) 442-5920.

118 Woodmere Road, Folsom, CA 95630 

(916) 990-3911

www.lllnorcal.org


Planned Parenthood

Pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV prevention.

Planned Parenthood - B Street Health Center

201 29th St, Sacramento

(916) 446-6921

Planned Parenthood - Capitol Plaza Health Center

1125 10th St, Sacramento

(916) 444-7966

Planned Parenthood - Fruitridge Health Center

5385 Franklin Blvd, Sacramento

(916) 452-7305

Roseville Health Center

729 Sunrise Ave, Suite 900, Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 781-3310

North Highlands Health Center

5700 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660

(916) 332-5715

www.plannedparenthood.org/get-care/our-service

5700 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660 

(916) 332-5715

www.plannedparenthood.org/


Sacramento Life Center

Provides a safe place for women and men facing an unplanned or unsupported pregnancy to find compassion, support, free medical care, and community resources.

2316 Bell Executive Lane, Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 451-4357

24/7 hotline: (916) 451-2273 www.saclife.org


 YWCA 

Offers a variety of programs to support women and girls, families and communities, including an Encore Breast Cancer Awareness Program, affordable housing and an array of classes and services. 

1122 17th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 

(916) 264-8066

ywcaccc.org/

Abuse/Assault Services 

Adult Protective Services - Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services 

APS is a state mandated program dedicated to maintaining the health and safety of elders and dependent adults subjected to neglect, abuse, or exploitation, or who are unable to protect their own interests. 

3701 Branch Center Road, Sacramento, CA 95827 

(916) 874-9377

Child Abuse Hotline


Alcohol and Drug System of Care Sacramento County Health & Human Services 

(916) 874-9754


California County Emergency Child Abuse Reporting Numbers

www.childsworld.ca.gov/res/pdf/CPSEmergNumbers.pdf

California Sex Offender Info (Megan's Law) 

Website provides information on registered sex offenders so the public can better protect themselves and their families. 4949 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820

Info Line (916) 227-4877 www.meganslaw.ca.gov/SexOffenders_SummaryOfLaw.aspx


CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocate Sacramento CASA volunteers are court-appointed special advocates for children. These trained community volunteers are appointed by a judge as officers of the court to speak up for children in juvenile court. The goal is to help children as they move through the court system due to abuse or neglect or who are in family law custody cases. Training classes required. 

Sacramento County Office 301 Bicentennial Circle, Suite 220, Sacramento, CA 95826 

(916) 875-6460


The Center for Violence 

Free Relationships Counseling for domestic violence and sexual assault, advocacy, safe house, workshops, support groups, legal services, and 24 hour hotline. (Note: Formally El Dorado Women's Center) Sacramento County (

916) 939-6616

24 Hour Crisis Line (530) 626-1131 


Child & Family Institute

Service provided to help prevent and treat children 2-18 years old and their families who are dealing with abuse. (Note: Currently being acquired by Uplift Family Services) 

Del Paso Office 

3951 Performance Drive, Suite G, Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 921-0828 

South Sacramento Office 

7880 Alta Valley Drive, Suite 210, Sacramento, CA 95823 (916) 921-0828


Child Protection Services 

Provides helpful aid, 24 hours a day, to children reported being abused, neglected, or exploited. 

6045 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660 Sacramento County 

(916) 874-9512

National Domestic Violence Hotline

National Domestic Violence Hotline advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone in the U.S. who is experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning an unhealthy relationship. Provides tools and support to friends and family members. (800) 799-7233

(800) 787-3224 (TTY)
(855) 812-1001 (Deaf Hotline by video phone) www.thehotline.org/help


National Runaway Switchboard

(800) RUNAWAY or (800) 786-2929 

www.1800runaway.org

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) OSHA assures safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. Sacramento State Plan Office 

2424 Arden Way, Suite 165, Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 263-2800

(800) 321-6742 (OSHA) 

www.osha.gov/html/Feed_Back.html

Progress House Counseling Center

Counseling services for chemically dependent individuals. 

2844 Coloma Street, Placerville, CA 95667 

(530) 626-9240

www.progresshouseinc.org

Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN) 

RAINN is the largest anti-sexual assault organization. 

(800) 656-4673 

www.rainn.org

Summit View Child and Family Services 

Professional counseling services for adults and children. Provides a variety of mental health services to children and families. They offer outpatient mental health, residential treatment, special education services for children and adolescents, as well as a home specializing in working with sex trafficked youth. 

670 Placerville Drive, Suite 2, Placerville, CA 95667

(530) 644-2412 

www.summitviewtreatment.org/index.php/services

The Victims of Crime Resource Center 

Staff provide resources and referral information to victims and their families, victim service providers, and other victim advocates. 

(800) 842-8467 - Assistance in over 200 languages www.1800victims.org/victims-rights-2/victims-services

WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment)

This program provides resources for everyone, not only to women escaping violent environments. Most services are free. Every county has services. Also available: 24 hour shelter. 

Midtown Counseling Center 

1900 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 

(916) 448-2321 

South Counseling Center 

7600 Hospital Drive Suite I, Sacramento, CA 95823 

Support and Information Line: (916) 920-2952 

WEAVE 24/7 Toll Free: (866) 920-295 TDD: (916) 433-3715 www.weaveinc.org


Things To Do In and Around Sacramento:

Suggested Websites:

https://www.sac4kids.com/

https://www.familydaysout.com/kids-things-to-do-usa/sacramento/ca

https://www.familydaysout.com/kids-things-to-do-usa/sacramento/ca

https://www.sacmag.com/Sacramento-Magazine/50-Things-To-Do-In-Sacramento/


Fun Family Activities:

California State Railroad Museum
Twenty-one locomotives are on display, from steam engines to the 220-mph-bullet train. Hop on a sleeper, walk through the dining carriage or peek into the first class compartment to get a feel for railroad history. Seek out the half dozen train tables on the second floor. Kids can take their pick from Chuggington, Thomas or Brio sets.

California State Railroad Museum
2nd and I Streets
Old Sacramento, Ca
916-445-6645
www.csrmf.org

Hours: Open daily from 10 a.m-5 p.m and 'til 8 p.m. on Thurs. during the summer.

Aerospace Museum of California
Little ones more interested in planes than trains will get a kick out of the Aerospace Museum of California, just a short drive northeast of downtown. It houses meticulously restored aircraft like a B-14 bi-plane and a MIG-17PF, as well as a ride simulator that creates the effect of piloting everything from a WWII bomber to a more modern jet.

3200 Freedom Park Dr.
McClellan, Ca
916-643-3192
www.aerospaceca.org

A City Walking Tour
Many of Old Sacramento's buildings are either originals or reproductions of the real thing. The Sacramento History Museum walking tour takes you back in time to the mid 1800s when gold was plentiful and women were scarce. .

Sacramento History Museum
Old Sacramento, Ca
916-808-7057
www.sachistorymuseum.org
Hours: Open daily 10 a.m to 5 p.m

Old Sacramento Schoolhouse
Before you leave Old Sacramento, walk along the river and take a quick look inside the Old Schoolhouse. It's free and worth a visit if only to seek out the list of punishments dispensed in a classroom circa 1900. The steepest penalty was 10 lashes for playing cards or misbehaving with girls. Ow!

1200 Front St.
Old Sacramento, Ca
916-483-8818
www.scoe.net
Hours: Mon - Sat 10 a.m. -4 p.m. Sun 12 noon - 4 p.m.

Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
Head away from the river, past the palm tree-lined Capitol buildings and over to Midtown to visit Sutter's Fort State Historic Park. The fort (which recently had its most extensive renovations since the 1890s) captures the pioneer spirit of families arriving in wagon trains at the dawn of the California Gold Rush. Check online for special living history days when actors and enthusiasts bring to life the days when John Sutter was in charge of the adobe ranch 150 years ago.

27th and L Streets
Sacramento, Ca
916-445-4422
www.suttersfort.org
Hours: Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m

Fairytale Town is the perfect excursion for toddlers-it's a theme park dedicated to fostering imagination and play with 25 playsets based on nursery rhymes and fairytales. Watch the kids run the crooked mile, slide down the Old Woman's shoe, sit on King Arthur's throne and pet the farm animals. (Teens can volunteer to work here.)

3901 Land Park Drive
Sacramento, Ca
916-808-7462
www.fairytaletown.org

Hours: March-Oct. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., every day; Nov.-Feb., Thur.-Sun. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (closed Monday through Wednesday)

Funderland Amusement Park has been dishing up kid-sized thrills since 1946! It is the only place to take the kids in Sacramento that has nine exciting amusement rides, a concession stand, birthday parties, and more. We are conveniently located in William Land Park next to the Sacramento Zoo and Fairytale Town.

https://funderlandpark.com/

Powerhouse Science Center will serve as a regional hub for the promotion of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education in Sacramento and surrounding counties. Educational programming and exhibit experiences will help shape the next generation workforce -- enabling and promoting innovation.

https://powerhousesc.org/

Sacramento Children's Museum (SCM) is a destination for children to inspire, create and explore. SCM engages children and families in meaningful discovery experiences that instill appreciation for our community, develop foundational skills, and spark a life-long love of learning. The Museum is designed for children ages birth to eight.

https://sackids.org/

Sacramento State Aquatic Center

The Sacramento State Aquatic Center is a proud program of Associated Students, Inc. We are located on beautiful Lake Natoma and are a National Boating Instruction Safety Center where we offer classes, camps, facility reservations, team building, youth groups and equipment rentals. We are open to the general public.

The Aquatic Center is recognized as a model for safe boating and is a boating safety center for the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways

The Aquatic Center is internationally known for the world class rowing championships hosted at Lake Natoma.

https://www.sacstateaquaticcenter.com/

Folsom Aquatic Center

Open year-round for your swimming fitness needs. Also provides lap swimming, aquacise, swimming lessons, and specialty programs.

1200 Riley Street, Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 355-8318
www.folsom.ca.us/city _hall/depts/parks/facilities/aquatic/default.asp  

Sacramento State Youth Camps

https://www.hornetsports.com/fan_info/camps/index

Sacramento County Parks, Rec and Youth Engagement

https://www.cityofsacramento.org/ParksandRec

Sacramento Zoo

3930 West Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95822
916-808-5888

info@saczoo.org

Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary

403 Stafford Street, Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 351-3527 www.folsomzoofriends.org

Folsom Historical Society & Museum

Museum focuses on exhibits about Folsom's native people, the discovery of gold in California and the formation of mining camps, ethnic groups who contributed to this area, the formation of the town, railroad, prison, powerhouse, and later efforts at gold mining.

823 Sutter Street, Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 985-2707 www.folsomhistoricalsociety.org