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Child Care Contact Info Services Provided
CHILD ACTION 916-369-0109 Child care resource and referral, child care subsidies, recruitment
and training of child care professionals, parent education and
BEAN STALK 916-344-6259 Developmental care for children ages Infant to 12yrs old.
ELIGIBILITY- Low income families
FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS 916-362-4453 In-home child care resources.
Children’s Care & Safety
YMCA CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER 916-457-9622 Memberships are open to all. Sponsors infants, toddlers,
preschool and after school child care.
CRISIS NURSERY South 916-394-2000 To prevent child abuse and neglect by providing support to
Crisis Nursery North 916-679-3600 families at times of crisis through residential respite care for
children from birth to age 5 for 24hrs. or up to 30days.
TABACCO EDUCATION PROGRAM 916-875 -5869 To prevent Tobacco use
HANDS ON SACRAMENTO 916-447-7063 EXT.304 Connects volunteers to match their schedules and interests. Do a
one-time event or long term project.
HEAT AND ENERGY ASSITANCE 916-567-5220 Utilities
SALVATION ARMY CENTER 916-442-0331 Family services, food, utilities
A POSITIVE FORCE LEADERSHIP 916-370-7729 Helps families manage money and credit repair, helps with
resume and employment assistance training.
CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING 916-379-3600 Seminars on credit, money management, bankruptcy and housing
CALIFORNIA INDIAN MANPOWER 916-920-0285 Employment and job training program. Job referrals, job
CONSORTIUM counseling and emergency financial assistance for housing,
utilities, education and employment. Emergency Food Vouchers.
SETA 877-920-JOBS Employment services
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PRIMARY CARE CLINIC 916-874-9670 See’s all ages, international immunizations at low cost available.
COVER THE KIDS 866-850-4321
CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY 916-875-7151 Refers children to Dr’s clinic who offer the gateway program
PREVENTION (Temp Medi-cal) so that can get well-child exam and
immunizations up to date.*ELIGIBILITY: LOW INCOME FAMILIES
AND UNDOCUMENTED QUAILFY FOR THE SERVICES*
NIA BIRTHING CLINIC 916-558-4800 Prenatal and well-women’s health care. Medi-cal worker on site.
Substance abuse relapse counseling.
Sacramento Native American Health 916-341-0575 Provides basic health care for adults and children; pre- and peri-
Center inc. natal services; sensitive services for teens; diagnosis and
treatment for acute and chronic conditions; nutrition; health
education; and smoking prevention/cessation education. All are
welcome (no tribal or thnic requirements).
WIC 916-427-5500 Women, Infants & Children Nutrition Program.
Shelter & Housing
WEAVE 916-920-2952 Intervention counseling advocacy and information and referrals
to DV and Sexual Assault Victims.
MY SISTER’S HOUSE 916-428-3271 Crisis line and shelter services for Pacific Islander DV victims
ST. JOHNS SHELTER FOR WOMEN 916-453-1482 Homeless shelter
LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES 916-453-2900 EXT.200 A 2yr transitional housing program assisting homeless families,
helps with employment, education, independent living skills,
parenting skills and accessing community resources.
MERCY HOUSING CALIFORNIA 916-414-4400 Develops and manages affordable housing for families, seniors,
homeless, HIV/AIDS and formally homeless people with mental
and physical disability.
TENENTS RIGHTS HOTLINE 916-444-0178 Provides information for landlords and tenents.
SACTO EMERGENCY HOUSING 916-454-2120 Provides emergency, transitional and permanent housing for
families and individuals.
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Social and Emotional Health
ALTA CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CENTER 916-978-6400 Services available to families with individuals with developmental
ANOTHER CHOICE ANOTHER CHANCE 916-429-7977 Affordable drug and alcohol counseling, anger management and
CHILD & FAMILY INSTITUTE 916-736-0828 Counseling for children and families.
OPTIONS FOR RECOVERY 916-922-5110 Family living well program, drug education and treatment
provided, healthy living skills, helps with housing, medical care,
legal assistance and FREE on-site play care is provided during
MAAP 916-394-2320 18yrs or older, outpatient treatment provided by experienced
MI CASA RECOVERY HOME 916-394-2328 Has a 30, 60 or 90 day treatment program facility for both men
and women. Outpatient treatment is provided for nearly
N.E.E.D.S 916-482-2006 Outpatient drug treatment program including court ordered
treatment, drug testing and mental health services. 12 Step
education anger management and chemical dependency
PROJECT TEACH 916-733-8333 24HR Transports children to school in order to continue school
LINE attendance. Also transports to Health Care appointments.
REGIONAL TRANSIT (RT) 916-321-2877 Fee for services. See website for “Online Trip Planner”:
Paratransit, Inc. 916-429-2009 Fee for services. Transportation services to individuals with
disabilities, the elderly, and related agencies.