SCUSD The Community Resource Directory

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					Sacramento City Unified School District
Board of Education Roy Grimes, MPA, MBA, President, Trustee Area 6 Ellyne Bell, MA, LMSW, First Vice President, Trustee Area 1 Patrick Kennedy, Second Vice President, Trustee Area 7 Jerry Houseman, Ed.D, Trustee Area 2 Donald Terry, Trustee Area 3 Gustave Arroyo, Trustee Area 4 Diana Rodriguez Trustee Area 5 Julian Lopez, Student Member Administration Susan Miller, Interim Superintendent Philip Moore, Associate Superintendent Barbara Kronick, Director III

SCUSD
School and Community Services Resource Directory

February 2009
This resource directory was compiled by the SCUSD Integrated Support Services Department. For corrections, additions or more information, please contact Lawrence Shweky (643-9141; Lawrence-Shweky@sac-city.k12.ca.us) or Ginny Volk-Anderson (643-2332; Virginia-Volk-Anderson@sac-city.k12.ca.us).

We wish to thank The California Endowment for its support of this project. 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS Emergency Services/Hotlines ...................................................5 General Information and Referral ............................................6 Basic Needs ............................................................................................ 7 • Homeless Services • Clothing • Financial Assistance • Food/Meals • Low Income Housing • Shelters – General • Shelters – Teen • Utilities Child Care ............................................................................................13 College/Career Services...................................................................14 • General Employment Services • Adult Education • College Support Services Legal Services ......................................................................................17 • General Legal Assistance • Victims of Crime • Domestic Violence Medical Services..................................................................................19 • General Medical Services • Dental Care • Health Insurance
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Mental Health Services.......................................................................23 • Suicide and Crisis Intervention Services • General Mental Health Services • Free/Low-Cost Mental Health Services • Alcohol/Drug Counseling • Bereavement Parenting and Family Support..........................................................29 • Parenting Programs and Classes • Family Resource Centers • Teen Pregnancy/Parenting Special Needs…. ................................................................................33 Youth Services ......................................................................................35 • Afterschool Programs • Recreation and Park Districts • Youth Services (General) • Foster Youth Services

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EMERGENCY SERVICES/HOTLINES Severe Emergency Only………………………………...911 (Fire, Sheriff, Police, Ambulance) Adult Protective Services…………………………874-9377 American Red Cross……………………………....368-3131 California Runaway Hotline………………...800-231-6946 California Missing Children…………………800-222-3463 California Youth Crisis Line………………….800-843-5200 Child Abduction…………………………………..874-8750 Child Help, USA Hotline…………………….800-422-4453 Child Protective Services (CPS)…………………..875-5437 Crisis Line for the Handicapped…………….800-426-4263 Crisis Nursery........................................................800-543-7752 Diogenes Youth Services.....................................800-339-7177 Domestic Violence Center............................................371-1907 Domestic Violence Hotline..................................800-799-7233 Mental Health Hotline..................................................875-1000 My Sister’s House (Domestic Violence)......................428-3271 Parent Support Line.............................................888-281-3000 Poison Control Center..........................................800-222-1222 Psychiatric Crisis Service..............................................732-3637 Runaway Switchboard........................................800-786-2929 Suicide Prevention Crisis Line……………………..368-3111 Travelers Aid Emergency Assistance.........................399-3646 Trevor Helpline (for LGBTQ youth)...................866-488-7386 Wind Youth Shelter………………………………443-8333 WEAVE - Rape Crisis and Safe Place……………920-2952
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GENERAL INFORMATION/REFERRAL SCUSD Online Resource Directory Information on resources and services provided by the SCUSD Central Office: www.scusd.edu/ResourceDirectory/index.htm InfoLine Sacramento ................................ call 2-1-1 or visit the website at www.211sacramento.org A comprehensive, multi-lingual information and referral service. Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Additional Resources: Hmong Women’s Heritage Association……………..394-1405 2251 Florin Road, Suite104, Sacramento, CA 95822 Provides family support, education and outreach, health services, language access; youth development; life skills and cultural appreciation Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sacramento Lao Family Community………………....424-0864 5840 Franklin Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95824 Self-help for refugees from Laos. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sacramento Gay and Lesbian Center........................442-0185 1927 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Provides a wide range of services to the lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual community of Sacramento. Southeast Asian Assistance Center (SAAC)................421-1036 5625 - 24th Street, Sacramento, CA 95822 No fees; counseling and referral; most Southeast Asian languages, Russian and Ukrainian. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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BASIC NEEDS Homeless Services SCSUD Office of Homeless Services……………….277-6892 Parker Family Resource Center, 2930 21st Avenue School enrollment and educational support services, school supplies, intervention and advocacy. Referrals for housing, shelter, food, clothing and basic needs. NCLB Homeless Law implementation. By appointment only. Clothing Sacramento Clothing Closet .........................................456-1980 3333 Third Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 Serves City of Sacramento; walk-in; bring identification; clothing and shoes for men, women and children; Spanish and Italian speaking. Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. SCSUD PTA Clothes Closet…………………………..277-4338 4701 Joaquin Way, Sacramento, CA 95822 (located in the back of Leonardo da Vinci Elementary School) By appointment only; serves children enrolled in Sacramento City School District only; must be referred by school attendance office; children’s clothing and shoes, may apply every semester. Hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Union Gospel Mission (24 Hours).................................447-3268 400 Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Clothing for men only. Financial Assistance CalWorks.... ....................................................................456-1980 The CalWORKs program provides temporary financial assistance and employment focused services to families with minor children who have income and property below state
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maximum limits for their family size. Most able-bodied parents are also required to participate in the CalWORKs GAIN employment services program. Bowling Green: 875-2900 Oak Park: 875-2960 Phoenix Park: 875-3869 Pat Wright (28th & R Street): 874-2072 Rancho Cordova: 875-8600 In-Home Supportive Services……………………….874-9471 Supplemental Security Income…………….…..800-772-1213 Food /Meals Centro Guadalupe Food Locker..................................443-5367 730 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Serves all zip codes in City of Sacramento Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9-12pm, 1:30-4:30pm Loaves and Fishes Dining Room ...................................446-0874 1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Walk-in with lunch ticket obtained at Friendship Park; free hot lunch. Hours: Daily 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Oak Park Food Locker ..................................................456-1980 3333 Third Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 Walk-in; bring identification; zip codes served: 95817, 95818, 95819, 95820, 1-4 day food supply. Union Gospel Mission.....................................................447-3268 400 Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Meals for everyone who attends spiritual service; service is daily at 7:30 p.m. and dinner at 8:30 p.m.; Sunday lunch after 11:00 a.m. service.
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W.I.C. (Women, Infants & Children) ..................................427-5500 Clinic sites throughout the County of Sacramento. Serves low-income breast feeding or pregnant women and children ages 0 to 5 at nutritional risk; most languages; supplemental food vouchers. Low Income Housing AIDS Housing Alliance……………………………979-0897 Housing for people with AIDS. HUD Housing and Urban Development……………498-5220 Low income housing listings. Mercy Housing…………………………………….414-4400 Low income housing listings. NeighborWorks Home Ownership Center……452-5356 x223 2400 Alhambra Blvd., Sacramento, 95817 Home ownership education, workshops, affordable lending, realty services, and community building. Sacramento Housing/Redevelopment (SHRA) Low income housing lists………………………440-1364 Public Housing Applications…………………..492-2240 Sacramento Self-Help Housing…………….……..341-0493 1250 Sutterville Road, Sacramento, CA 95822 Provides in-depth assistance to find housing for homeless; referral basis. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Shelter - General Cal Expo Overflow/VOA…………………………...442-3691 California Indian Manpower Consortium Community Services Block Grant ..........................564-4053 738 North Market Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95834 No fee; emergency services for low-income Native Americans.
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Family Promise…………………………………..…443-3107 321 N 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Helps homeless families achieve self-sufficiency. Francis House……………………………………….443-2646 1422 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Limited emergency motel vouchers for families with children; Greyhound bus transportation for return to residence; first come, first serve basis. First 25 to arrive are guaranteed to be helped. Hours: Monday to Wednesday 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Monday to Friday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Maryhouse (Homeless Women/Children Day Shelter)……....….446-4961 1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Provides hospitality, feeds the hungry and shelters the homeless; short-term guidance with a goal towards independence and self-sufficiency. Walk-ins welcome. My Sister’s House............................................................428-3271 A 90-day shelter program for women and children seeking to escape abuse. Serves Asian/Pacific community and others. Salvation Army…………………………….………442-0331 Social Services Center (24 Hours) 1200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 No fee; emergency shelter for single men and women. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (office) St John’s Shelter for Women and Children…….…453-1482 4410 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826 Provides Sacramento County women and children with emergency shelter for 90 days. Must phone for intake. Sacramento Area Emergency Center SAEHC Family Shelter… ........................................455-2160 4516 Parker Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820 Serves family unit with children for up to 60 days. Must telephone for intake.
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Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Women's Refuge ............................................................455-2160 4516 Parker Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820 Serves Sacramento County; single homeless women; telephone or telephone referral only; temporary emergency shelter, meals and transportation. Travelers Aid Emergency Assistance...........................399-9646 2251 Florin Rd, Suite 124, Sacramento, CA 95822 Area served: Sacramento; transitional housing and emergency motel vouchers. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Union Gospel Mission (24 Hours).................................447-3268 400 Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Men only; overnight on a first-come, first-served basis; mandatory spiritual service. WEAVE Counseling Center……………..………….448-2321 24 hours crisis hotline………………………….920-2952 1900 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Serves men and women seeking to escape abuse; provides confidential safe house, counseling, seminars and legal services. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 a.m. Shelter – Teen Bishop Gallegos…………………………………..395-9370 Shelter for pregnant women and teens. Chicks In Crisis………………………………………441-1243 Shelter for pregnant women and teens. Diogenes Youth Services ...............................................369-5447 24 Hour……………363-0063….or …....1-800-339-7177 9837 Folsom Boulevard, #L Sacramento, CA 95827 Provides services for runaway, abused, abandoned and molested youth primarily between the ages of 12-17, and their families. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Office)
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Wind Youth Center ........................................................443-8333 701 Dixianne Avenue, Sacramento CA 95815 No fee center for homeless or at-risk adolescents; provides basic needs which include meals, shelter, clothing, showers, laundry and other personal care items; offers case management and life skills building. Utilities Community Resource Project…………………..567-5200 Call between 8:00-noon, M-F for appointment. Assistance with utility bills. HEAP - Home Energy Assistance Program…1-866-675-6623 250 Harris Avenue, Suite 6, Sacramento, CA 95838 P.G. & E. Low Income Assistance.....................1-800-743-5000 Service representative sends out application to recipient and if approved, client receives 15% discount on all future service. Based on income. Pledge Program …………………………….……..442-0303 241 North 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Helps pay for SMUD bills. Applications accepted from individuals in need who are NOT receiving General Assistance or living in subsidized housing. Reach Program ……………………………………442-0303 241 North 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Helps pay for PG&E bills. Applications accepted from individuals in need who are not receiving CALWORKS, General Assistance, or living in subsidized housing. Salvation Army……………………………………442-0303 241 North 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Provides assistance with SMUD and PG&E bills. Call for information on what to bring. SMUD Energy Assistance Program……..1-888-742-7683 Discounted rates for those that qualify based on income.
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CHILD CARE Child Action.......................................................... 369-0191 9961 Horn Road, Sacramento, CA 95827 Telephone and walk-in appointments for subsidies; full or partial child care payments for low-income families; free information and referral for child care; Japanese, Spanish and Russian speaking. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 8:30-4pm Wednesday 7:30am–5pm Friday 1pm-4pm Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing (River City Regional Office) …………………..229-4530 8745 Folsom Boulevard, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95826 Licenses family childcare homes and child care centers 4th R School Age Child Care Program…………808-6021 5725 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95823 Offers licensed school-age child care at many SCUSD schools; before-school, after-school, year-round, and earlydismissal school-age child care; individual and group activities. Eligibility: K – 6th grade Sacramento County Family Day Care Licensing…875-2808 SETA Head Start.............................................................263-3804 925 Del Paso Blvd. Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95815 Provides information on Head Start programs in Sacramento County. Head Start is a M-F preschool program for low-income families. Also provides nutritious meals and educational services for children with disabling conditions. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

COLLEGE/CAREER SERVICES General Employment Services Sac Works Resource Center…............................... 262-3200 Provides computers, internet access, career assessment, job skills training and workshops, labor market information, fax machines, copy machines, printers, typing tutorials and certificate programs and more at 14 locations: Broadway..........………………………………….....324-6202 915 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818 Languages: Bulgarian, Chinese, Farsi, Hmong, Laos, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Franklin……………………………………………262-3200 7000 Franklin Boulevard, #540, Sacramento, CA 95823 Languages: French, Hmong, Laos, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lemon Hill ………………………………………….433-2620 5451 Lemon Hill Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824 Languages: Laos, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese Hours: Monday -Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Mather Community Campus..........................................228-3127 10638 Schirra Avenue, Mather A.F.B., CA 95655 Languages: Farsi, Spanish Hours: Monday, Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Marc Sanders Complex.................................................227-1395 2901 - 50th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817 Languages: Lao, Spanish, Vietnamese Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Other Employment Resources: Asian Resources………………………………….454-1892 5709 Stockton Blvd, Sac, CA 95824 Employment preparation, career guidance and counseling, naturalization papers, translation services. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sacramento Job Corps……………………………394-0770 3100 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA 95832 Vocational offerings, ESL programs for limited or nonEnglish speaking students; high school diploma program Adult Education The following adult agencies offer adult basic education, English as a second language, technical and vocational programs, GED testing and preparation classes available: A. Warren McClaskey Adult Center…………..277-6625 5241 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819 Classes for older adults and disabled adults, parent education and parent participation preschool programs. Charles A. Jones Center………………………433-2600 5451 Lemon Hill Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824 Offers adult basic education, English-as-a-second language, career technical programs, GED testing and GED prep. Florin Technology Education………………….433-2844 2401 Florin Rd., Sacramento, CA 95822 Offers adult basic education, English-as-a-second language, career technical programs, citizenship. Fremont School for Adults…………………… 277-6620 2420 N Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 Offers adult basic education, English-as-a-second language, career technical programs, high school completion classes, GED testing and GED prep. Old Marshall Adult Education Center………..264-4113 2718 G Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 Offers English-as-a-second language, tutoring programs, citizenship.
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College Support Services Schwab-Rosenhouse Center…………………..264-2920 Central Library, 2nd flr, 828 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814 Counselors Available: Thursday 4-6 and Sunday 1-5 Offers students and parents workshops and free one-on-one sessions with professional college and career counselors who will help with college applications, funding, and SAT practice. Resources include: books, application forms, computer access to information on colleges, graduate schools and job opportunities.

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LEGAL SERVICES General Legal Services Family Court Services ....................................................875-2600 3341 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826 Evaluate applications by minors (under age 18) to marry; mediate child custody and visitation disputes; all conferences are held in strictest confidence. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Internet: www.Saccourt.com Legal Services of Northern California, Inc.................551-2150 515 - 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Free legal service to low-income clients in civil law issues. Call for appointment. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30–5p.m. McGeorge School of Law .............................................340-6080 Community Legal Services, 3200 5th Ave, Sac, CA 95817 Provides civil legal services in domestic, landlord/tenant, bankruptcy, and family law proceedings. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sacramento County Bar Association Lawyer Referral and Information Service ............................................564-6707 1329 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825 Provides one-half hour consultation and referral to an attorney for $30 Fee. Low-income persons may request a reduced fee. Call for information. Self-Help Center, Family Law………………….875-3400 Superior Court of California, Sacramento County William R. Ridgeway Family Courthouse 3341 Power Inn Road, Room 113 Provides free legal and procedural assistance to those without an attorney in the areas of family law and probate. Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:30am – 4:30pm Email: FLFO@saccourt.com
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Victims of Crime Victim and Witness Assistance Program.....................874-5701 901 G Street, 1st Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 Crisis and short term counseling; liaison between victim and court system; assistance in filing claim with State Board of Victim Compensation Program. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. McGeorge School of Law/Victims of Crime..............739-7061 …………………................................or 1-800-842- 8467 3200 Fifth Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 Resource center for victims of crime, referrals to other community agencies; addresses all possible avenues of civil recovery. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Domestic Violence WEAVE Counseling Center ...........................................448-2321 WEAVE provides crisis intervention services to women, men and children in Sacramento County who have experienced domestic violence or have been sexually assaulted. WEAVE also offers workshops to help with legal issues. Call for current hours and locations. My Sister’s House............................................................428-3271 A 90-day shelter program for women and children seeking to escape abuse. Serves Asian/Pacific community and others. Also provides legal assistance.

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MEDICAL SERVICES General Medical Services Adolescent Health Program (DHHS)………………875-5869 9719 Lincoln Village Dr, 300A, Sacramento, CA 95827 Teen pregnancy and STD prevention offered at high and middle schools. CHDP - Child Health & Disability ................................875-7151 9333 Tech Center Dr., Suite 800, Sacramento CA 95826 Offers free medical examinations for children with no medical insurance; low- income; available for 2 month period; Spanish speaking. Hours: Monday- Friday, 8-5pm. Chest Clinic ………………………. ...........................874-9823 4600 Broadway, Suite 1300, Sacramento CA 95817 Provides TB tests and TB treatment for Sacramento County residents. $15 fee for persons with no insurance. Must call for appointment. Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm. Health Rights Hotline……………………………...551-2100 The Health Rights Hotline provides free assistance and information about health care rights, as well as help finding a Medi-Cal doctor. Health for All……………………………………….441-2811 420 I Street, Suite 7, Sacramento, CA 95814 A non-profit organization providing health and social services to low income families. Patients pay either through Medi-Cal or through private payments (discounts are available). Also provides job training and employment to community residents. Community clinic locations: Las Palmas Community Clinic…….924-6703 577 Las Palmas Avenue, Sacramento, 95815 Meadowview Clinic………………427-0368 2118 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, 95832 V Street Clinic…………………….448-6553 923 V Street, Sacramento, 95818
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Immunization Assistance .................................................875-7468 9719 Lincoln Village Rd., 605B, Sacramento CA 95827 Low cost immunization clinic for adults and children. Also provides information on other clinics. Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 a.m. Public Health Nursing ………………………...........875-0900 7171 Bowling Dr., Suite 800, Sacramento CA 95823 Offers pre-natal care and home visitation for pregnant teens and first time moms. Hours: Monday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Refugees Health Clinic…………………………..874-9750 4600 Broadway, Suite 2100, Sacramento, CA 95820 Immunization shots for children Sacramento County Primary Care Center .................874-9670 4600 Broadway Suite 1100, Sacramento CA 95817 Provides primary health care services to medically indigent adults and eligible adults and children, and provides public health care to all Sacramento county residents. Hours: Monday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sacramento County Medically Indigent Services Program Provides access to county clinics for low income residents of Sacramento County who are not linked to Medi-Cal or SSI. For information, call: Eligibility………………………..…………..874-9238 4600 Broadway, Suite 2600, Sacramento, CA 95817 Case Management ...........................................875-9843 9616 Micron Ave, Suite 640, Sacramento, CA 95827 Sacramento County Health Care for the Homeless .876-5086 7001 A East Parkway #500, Sacramento, CA 95823 Sliding scale; anyone without permanent housing; need referral from shelter; medical, dental and mental health services for the homeless. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Sacramento Native American Health Center………341-0575 2020 J street Sac CA 95814 Behavioral health, medical and dental services. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. South City Health Center…………………… ..........875-0802 7171 Bowling Dr., Suite 300, Sacramento CA 95823 Provides immunizations, pregnancy tests, HIV testing and WIC forms. If underage $11 fee. College students present ID for different fee. Hours: Monday –Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. (walk-ins), 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. (immunizations) Dental Care Donated Dental Services Program..............................498-6176 P.O. Box 13749, Sacramento, CA 95853-4749 Contact program for an application; free dental care for disabled elderly and medically compromised individuals who are unable to afford dental care. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. GMC (Geographic Managed Care) Dental Providers: Access Dental...............................................1-800-707-6453 Pacificare Dental ........................................1-800-228-3384 Western Dental...........................................1-800-805-8000 Sallie .............................................................209-223-5296 Sacramento City College Dental Hygiene Program .......................................558-2303 3835 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822 Rodda Building - South 13 Fee for service; accepts CMISP; ages 16 to adult all year; ages 5 to 15 first couple months of the year; teeth cleaning, fluoride and x-rays. Hours: Monday - Wednesday, call for hours
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Sacramento County Dental Clinic ................................874-8300 1500 C Street, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95814 Serves medically indigent adults and non Medi-Cal CHDP children; telephone or walk-in; provides only emergency or essential services such as extractions, surgery for acute infections/trauma and fillings; Spanish spoken. Hours: Monday to Friday, 7:40 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Only accepts clients at 7:40 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sacramento Health Care For The Homeless............874-1455 Sliding scale; anyone without permanent housing; need referral from shelter; medical, dental and mental health services for homeless; services provided at county clinics. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Health Insurance Cover the Kids…………………………………808-3838 ………………………..or (866) 850- 4321 Provides medical, dental and vision coverage to uninsured children ages 0-18 in Sacramento County. Healthy Families…………………………....339-7246 Medical for children... ...............................1-888-445-9070 This is a program of health, dental and vision care for families whose income is up to 200% of the Federal poverty line; call for application. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Medi-Cal…………………………………....1-888-747-1222

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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Suicide and Crisis Intervention Services SCUSD Suicide Assessment Services Suicide assessment services are provided by specially trained district psychologists, social workers, counselors and nurses. Any student voicing suicidal thoughts or suspected to be at risk of suicide must be referred for a suicide assessment. Contact Barbara Kronick (643-9144, 752-3407) to arrange an assessment. SCUSD Mental Health Crisis Team The SCSUD Mental Health Crisis team is a collaborative effort to respond to student and staff emotional issues following a crisis that impacts the larger school community (ie, student or teacher death, crime on campus, etc.). The team is staffed by psychologists and social workers on a rotating basis. Contact Becky Bryant (643-9163), Shelton Yip (643-9163) or Barbara Kronick (643-9144). Sutter Center for Psychiatry, 24 hour crisis line……386-3077 Psychiatric Crisis Services…………………………...732-3637 Medi-Cal Mental Health Services If a student or family has Medi-Cal, a full array of mental health services are provided by the county through the Access Team. Call for information or to make a referral. Access Team (for Medi-Cal recipients) Children .......................................................... 875-9980 Adults ............................................................ 875-1055 Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Free/Low-Cost Mental Health Services Asian Pacific Community Counseling...........................383-6783 7273 14th Avenue, Suite B, Sacramento, CA 95820 No fee; appointment preferred, telephone or walk-in; short-term counseling and referral; most Asian languages. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Catholic Social Service ..................................................452-7481 5890 Newman Court, 2nd Floor, Sacramento, CA 95819 Couple, family and group counseling; sliding scale Hours: Monday, Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Centro Guadalupe .........................................................443-5367 730 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Sliding scale fees; telephone or walk-in; individual, couple, family counseling; Spanish spoken. Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Child and Family Institute..............................................736-1720 4545 - 9th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820 Treatment for victims and perpetrators of sexual assault and molest. Prefer parents to accompany children for treatment but will assess children with no family support on a case-by-case basis. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. El Hogar…………….....................................................441-2933 608 - 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Counseling through a bilingual/bi-cultural staff; Spanish spoken. Hours: Monday to Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Jewish Family Service ....................................................484-4400 3400 Cottage Way, Suite P, Sacramento, CA 95825 Family life education workshops; information and referral services; sliding scale ($20.00-$80.00). Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Sacramento Chinese Community Center.....................442-2523 420 I Street, Suite 5, Sacramento, CA 95814 No fees; counseling programs for at risk youth; languages Languages: Chinese, Vietnamese, and Russian Visions Unlimited (Children’s Program)…….…….394-2010 7000 Franklin Blvd, Suite 1230, Sacramento, CA 95823 Provides outpatient mental health services to children and adults with serious mental health issues Alcohol and Drug Counseling The following agencies offer drug/alcohol counseling, as well as other support services, at SCUSD schools and at offices throughout the community: Another Choice, Another Chance…………………..361-2091 2801 Aramon Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 Drug and alcohol counseling, anger management and mental health treatment for adolescents up to age 18. Panacea Services………………………………….854-4564 3353 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA 95827 Offers a range of counseling services to youth, adults and families including substance abuse treatment, prevention, training, anger management and various other services. Located at eleven SCUSD schools. People Reaching Out………………………………576-3300 5299 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95841 Leadership training, teen drug & violence prevention education; parent-teen series counseling; individual counseling; mentoring for elementary age children; students reaching out through community coalition. Sobriety Brings A Change ............................................454-4242 3307 Broadway, #200, Sacramento, CA 95817 Alcoholism and drug treatment program with group, family and individual counseling; referrals to other agencies; adolescent mental health; domestic violence and anger management
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Other alcohol and drug resources include: Alcoholics Anonymous (24 hours) .................................454-1100 9960 Business Park, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95827 Referrals to AA meetings, 12-step program of recovery from alcoholism. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Office) Alcohol & Drug Prevention Treatment & Outreach ..874-9754 Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services 4875 Broadway, #129, Sacramento, CA 95820 Al-Anon, Alateen………………………………….334-2971 Meeting Information……………………...334-2970 5429 Palm Avenue, Suite A, Sac, CA 95841 A spiritual based 12 step program for pre-teen 6-12, Alateen 12-21, adults 21 and up. Provides services to spouses of alcoholics and others in need. Kaiser Chemical Dependency & Recovery Program Members Only..........................................................482-1132 2829 Watt Avenue, Suite 150 Sacramento, CA 95821 Alcohol and drug programs, out-patient counseling services for teen alcohol and drug problems; includes group sessions and education programs. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Parent orientation hours: Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Mexican-American Alcohol Program ..........................394-2320 4241 Florin Road, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95823 Bilingual/bicultural substance abuse prevention/treatment and related programs serving greater Sacramento. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Inc. (24-Hours) .......................922-9217 2316 Bell Executive Lane, Sacramento, CA 95825 Substance abuse evaluations; individual and group counseling for alcohol and drug problem families and adolescent children.
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Bereavement Narcotics Anonymous………………………1-800-600-4673 Options for Recovery Residential Program................................................929-1951 Transitional Living Program (24 hours) ................929-8038 10001 Grand Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838 A transitional living program for women recovering from drug abuse who are either pregnant or parenting. Strategies-4-Change .....................................................473-5764 1507 –21st Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95814 Substance abuse prevention, education and treatment; mental health and family trauma services Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 The Effort………………………………………….325-5556 1820 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Serves chemically dependent persons or those at risk of becoming dependent. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento 24-Hour Message Line............................................557-5882 Educational program/sharing group, and referrals concerning grief over the death of a loved one. Children’s Bereavement Art Group.............................454-6555 2800 L St. Suite 4000, Sacramento, CA 95816 Creative outlets and peer support for healthy grief resolution; for children ages 4-17 grieving a significant death in the last year. Compassionate Friends……………………………..457-4096 The Belle Cooledge Community Center 5699 Southland Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95822 Meetings: 3rd Friday of each month, 7:30pm–9p.m. Friends of Survival..........................................................392-0664 Outreach program (support and education) for survivors of suicide loss. Monthly meetings, newsletter, lending library, and phone support. Spanish by arrangement. Hours: Monday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. Lillian Adams……………………………………….726-6844 Support group for parents/grandparents grieving the death of a child or adult child. Monthly newsletter, telephone contact and personal outreach. Sharing Parents of Sacramento…………………….424-5150 Mercy Hospital Pavilion Auditorium 41st and J streets, Sacramento, CA 95819 Support group for those who have lost babies from conception through early infancy. Newsletter and library resources available. Parents of Murdered Children & Other Homicide Survivors Victims Witness Office………………………...874-5701 901 G Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
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PARENTING SUPPORT Parent Hotline Parent Support Line…………….888-281-3000 or 368-3110 Advice on any parenting question. Parenting Programs and Classes Center for Fathers and Families……………568.DADS (3237) Helps fathers learn how to be positive in their children's lives. Offers support services and classes focusing on parenting, anger management and fatherhood support. Foster Grandparent Program………………………...875-3569 3727 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821 Tutoring and mentoring for children; hold and nurture premature babies with health problems; help with children who have long-term illnesses; mentor youth at-risk from dropping out of school or substance abuse Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Lilliput Children’s Services, Caregiver Support……923-5444 South Sacramento Area…………..……………688-4750 6615 Valley Hi Drive, Sacramento, CA 95823 Offers support groups, kinship support service center, recreational activities, peer mentoring, respite care, and referrals for free or low-cost legal and counseling services; Languages: Spanish Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a..m. – 5:00 p.m. Mother Baby Program………………………….456-1980 Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services 3333 Third Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 Offers family life workshops and parent education classes, education support, money management, health education & self-esteem development. Hours: Monday – Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
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National Visiting Teachers Association .......................921-6882 751 Howe Avenue #G49, Sacramento, CA 95825 Offers support to parents of children with attendance problems. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Nurse Family Partnership………………………875-0900 7171 Bowling Drive, Suite 800, Sacramento, CA 95823 A PHN-based primary prevention home visitation program provided to first-time pregnant mothers and their infants (to age 2). This pregnancy and early childhood intervention program promotes improved pregnancy outcomes, child health and development and family self-sufficiency. PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Sacramento Chapter……………………916-978-0410 PFLAG is a national non-profit with over 200,000 members and supporters and over 500 affiliates. They offer information, support and advocacy to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. Family Resource Centers SCUSD Family Resource Centers (Healthy Start)…..643-9413 SCUSD operates family resources centers at 18 school sites, including: McClatchy, Johnson, Wood, Bidwell, Wenzel, Tahoe, Twain, Hopkins, Parks, Oak Ridge, Maple, Winn, Lincoln, Warren, Bonnheim, Bret Harte, Pacific, Freeport and KB Kenny. Services include: basic needs, case management, classroom interventions, home visits, linkage to community resources, SART participation, school supplies, systems advocacy (school, health, welfare, etc.), and groups. Contact school site for more information or 643-9413. Birth and Beyond The Birth & Beyond Program provides free family support services to residents of Sacramento County. Many have clinics on-site, which provide prenatal care for pregnant women and well-child exams for infants. There are also additional services such as play groups, movie nights, Dads
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groups, a career center, women's support groups, selfdefense classes, dance classes, and teen-parent groups. There 5 resource centers within SCUSD boundaries: La Familia Counseling Center………………..452-3601 5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820 Rancho Cordova Neighborhood Center……..851-1651 10665 Coloma Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 Dunlap Family Resource Center…………….244-5800 4322 4th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 Valley Hi/Florin Family Resource Center…...525-1741 2251 Florin Road, Suite 128, Sacramento, CA 95822 Meadowview Family Resource Center……...394-6300 2251 Florin Road, Suite 158, Sacramento, CA 95822 Teen Pregnancy/Parenting Pregnancy Hot Line / Life Center .......................... 451-4357 24 Hour Line ................................................... 451-2273 930 Alhambra, Suite 210, Sacramento, CA 95816 Free pregnancy testing, 24-hour hotline, medical, financial and housing referrals, counseling; speakers bureau; post abortion counseling; bilingual outreach program. Adolescent Family Life Program/CAL-Learn………..285-4600 2143 Hurley Way, Suite 230 Designed to help pregnant and parenting teens learn about childbirth and parenting, find medical care, get birth control, stay in school, prepare for a job, apply for MediCal, WIC, and TANF, find legal assistance, counseling and support, and learn how to make important decisions. Chicks In Crisis………………………………………441-1243 Shelter for pregnant women and teens.
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Black Infant Health Program………………..875-5471/6158 7171 Bowling Drive, Sac, CA 95823 Serves African-American women 18 or older and/or parenting a child under 1 years of age; community outreach; home visitation services, and public health and nursing services; assistance with Medi-Cal, finding health providers, assistance in connecting with resources, and providing health care education. Planned Parenthood Family planning information and services, birth control, counseling and education. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Planned Parenthood - Capitol Plaza...................444-7966 1125 - 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Planned Parenthood - Mar Monte........................446-6921 201 29th Street # B, Sacramento, CA 95816 Planned Parenthood - Fruitridge Center.............452-7305 5385 Franklin Boulevard, # A- D, Sacramento, CA 95820 Teen Smart….. ................................................................875-8007 Planned Parenthood - Capitol Plaza…………....444-7966 1125 - 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Clinic: Monday to Friday 8:30 - 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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SPECIAL NEEDS SCUSD Special Education Department…………….643-9174 5735 47th Avenue, 2nd Floor Provides individualized instruction to qualified special needs children, birth through 21 years of age. Children who meet eligibility criteria receive special education instruction and related services designed to meet their specific education needs. Special Education services are provided only after all resources of the general education program have been considered and utilized. Alta California Regional Center……………………..978-6400 Maintains and creates partnerships to support children and adults with developmental disabilities. California Children’s Services………………….…….875-9970 Assists with medical equipment, therapy and other services for children and youth under 21 with certain medical conditions who meet financial guidelines. Developmental Disabilities - Area Board III…………324-7426 1507 21st Street, Ste 220, Sacramento, CA 95814 The Area Board is a federally and state funded organization that provides advocacy supports to families who have families children receiving special education services from school districts and/or the Regional Center system. Easter Seals Superior California…………………….485-6711 Provides services for people with disabilities including adult day programs, work services and aquatic rehabilitation. Norcal Center on Deafness………………………….349-7500 Interpretation/ Translations…………………… 349-7525 4708 Roseville Rd, Suite 111, North Highlands CA 95660 Free services to deaf and hard of hearing community; provides counseling, support groups, independent living skills, literacy and drug/alcohol programs.
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Society for the Blind……………………………….452-8271 2750 24th Street, Sacramento, CA 95818. Offers instructional programs; low vision clinic; senior programs; youth programs; access news by phone; and career development program. Warmline Family Resource Center……………….922-9276 Provides information, education, and support to promote and strengthen families and children with special needs.

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YOUTH SERVICES Afterschool Programs SCUSD After School Services………………..…..643-9430 Serna Center, 2nd Floor Programs located at over 55 schools and include tutoring, homework assistance, mentoring, and a variety of enrichment and recreation activities. Recreation and Parks Districts Sacramento City Parks and Recreation………..808-5200 915 I Street, 5th Floor, Sacramento CA 95814 Wide variety of organized sports, park site activities, and community school site activities Samuel C. Pannell Meadowview Community Center…………808-6680 2450 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA 95832 Recreation, human service, social service, special events and facility rental; city adult and youth programs; seasonal youth sports leagues Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Youth Services (General) SCUSD Youth Development Support Services……643-7992 Serna Center, 2nd Floor The Youth Development Support Services Department provides support to teachers, school site administrators, families and youth in creating safe environments conducive to the achievement of academic and social-emotional wellbeing for all students. Services are based on the 40 Developmental Assets framework, which incorporates youth development, resiliency, and intervention and prevention models as key building blocks for student success.
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Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento 1117 G Street, Sacramento, CA 95814………...442-2582 5212 Lemon Hill Ave, Sacramento, CA 95824….392-2582 Education and career development programs; enrichment; homework; tutoring; health & life skills; sports & recreation; art & crafts classes Friday Night Live & Club Live Program .....................228-2500 Sacramento County Office of Education 10474 Mather Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95826 School-based program for middle and high school students. Social service club for teens to encourage drug and alcohol free activities. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. La Familia Counseling Center………………….....452-3601 5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820 Offers multi-cultural, multi-lingual counseling and support Services to high risk youth. Summer activity and lunch program also available. Lutheran Social Services………………………….453-2900 2980 35th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817 Offers services throughout Sacramento County for Hmong, Lao, and Mien youth. Includes support for growing up bi-culturally as well as tutoring and career orientation. Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Meadowview Community Action……………………399-9116 2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822 Provides job preparation and academic enrichment services Including life skills, tutoring, computer skills and counseling. Self refer. Omni Youth Programs………………………….....482-7702 2150 Butano Drive, Sacramento, CA 95825 Drug and gang prevention for elementary school youth; one-on-one counseling; drug and violence prevention for middle school teens, and an evening family strengthening program.
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Sacramento County Project SAVE ...............................228-2206 SAVE- Safe Alternatives and Violence Education Project SAVE is designed to offer alternatives for the less sophisticated offender who acts without thinking or in response to peer pressure, and is not yet intimately involved in the juvenile justice system. Classes cover anger styles, self-esteem, refusal skills, choices and consequences, parenting awareness and skills, and more. Sacramento Gay and Lesbian Center........................442-0185 1927 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Provides a wide range of services to lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and questioning youth in the greater Sacramento area. The Birthing Project ........................................................558-4812 Provides a variety of risk reduction programs for youth including afterschool groups, parenting education, employment referrals and support for fathers. 1900 T Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. YMCA of Greater Sacramento……………………452-9622 2021 W Street, Sacramento, CA 95818 Helps to develop positive values, morals and ethics through youth development programs; youth sports; childcare; financial assistance. Hours: Call for hours of operation

Foster Youth Services SCUSD Foster Youth Services……………………..643-9033 Serna Center, 5735 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824 Provides academic counseling, tutoring, mentoring, social services, and transitional living skills. Eligibility: Students living in licensed children’s institutions, groups and foster homes. Languages: Most languages by arrangement Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Independent Living Program…………………………..874-9308 Provides support services to emancipated foster youth ages 16-21. Referrals come directly from county social worker. Call for more information. Foster Home Licensing…………………………………875-5543 For persons interested in becoming foster parents. Office of Foster Care Ombudsman…………………...846-1602 Advocates for and educates foster youth on their rights within the system. www.fosteryouthhelp.ca.gov Sacramento Child Advocates & Advocates for Young Adults…………………………..364-5686 Provides legal assistance for foster children & youth. Represents many Sacramento County dependents. Youth Navigator Program Services to support former foster youth or out-of-home youth between the ages of 16-21; helps with employment, housing referral services, vocational training, GED preparation, and youth clothes closet EDD………………………………………. …227-0327 Franklin………………………………………262-3226 Hillsdale Career Center……………………...263-4144

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Description: SCUSD The Community Resource Directory The Community Resource Directory was created to help site administrators and staff more easily connect parents and students to community services. It was specifically designed with SCUSD in mind, focusing only on those resources that are local, relevant and easy to access. If you have any questions about this directory, contact Lawrence Shweky, 643-9141.