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Mental Health Agencies
Privacy Statement List Your Business on our Other Professional Organi Other General Information Mental Health Glossary PTSD Resource SUICIDE PREVENTION TERMS Suicide Survivor Resource Obesity, Weight Control, Medical Practice Models Awareness and Safe Messag sacpros.org links California Advocacy Group Federal Government Forms USA.gov for Nonprofits California Accredited Sch How to Contact SACPROS WHO - Health Topics All Health Topics Helpful Skills to Being a LANTERMAN ACT Americans with Disabiliti ToolBox for Community Men Psychiatric Medications Some of the common prescr Cultural Competence Resou Service Provided By: Human Assistance The CalFresh (Food Stamps) program is intended to prevent hunger and improve nutrition and health. The program helps low-income households buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. More information. The program provides cash and Medi-Cal benefits for providers of out-of-home care for children placed into foster care by Sacramento County Child Protective Services (CPS) or Probation Department. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 916-875-4858
Sacramento County Human Assistance
http://www.servicedirectory.saccounty.net/r AFDC-Foster Care Program
Medi-Cal (quality healthcare for eligible children and adults) The Medi-Cal Program provides comprehensive medical benefits to all public assistance recipients, and to certain other eligible persons, who are seeking assistance with the cost of their medical care. The two main groups of beneficiaries are those persons receiving Public Assistance (PA) and those who are eligible for Medical Assistance Only (MAO). For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 916-874-2072 Services are available in multiple locations, please view the map.
Tax Preparation Services/Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) This program provides free tax preparation services to qualified low to moderate income people during the months of February and March each year. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 2-1-1
Cal Fresh (Food Stamps - human services financial assistance benefit)
Veterans History Project (administered by RSVP program)
The mission of the Veterans History Project is to collect the memories, accounts, and documents of war veterans from World War I, World War II, Korean, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf Wars. We preserve these stories of experience and service for future generations. This project honors our nation’s war veterans
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
A volunteer program for anyone 55 years of age
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Sacramento County Human Services
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and older who are willing to share their lifetime of experience with others. Placements are in a variety of settings throughout Sacramento County. For more information, view the RSVP page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 2427 Marconi Ave. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95821 916-875-3631
The program provides comprehensive case management services to help pregnant and parenting teens graduate from high school, become independent and form healthy families. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 1725 28th St. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95815 916-874-2072
and those who served in support of them and create a lasting legacy of recorded interviews and other documents chronicling veterans’ and other citizens’ wartime experiences and how those experiences affected their lives and America itself. For more information, view the Veterans History Project page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance
Veterans Services Senior Companion Program
A volunteer program for anyone 60 years of age and older, low income, and are willing to share their lifetime of experience to help homebound seniors remain safely and happily in their own home. Services are provided in Sacramento, Yolo and Nevada counties. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 2427 Marconi Ave. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95821 916-875-3622 Providing assistance in preparing and presenting claims for benefits to veterans and their dependents. For more information, view the Service page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 2007 19th St. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95818 916-874-6811
CalWORKs (human services financial assistance benefit)
The CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) program promotes and encourages work to enable families to become self-sufficient. More information. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 916-874-2072 Services are available in multiple locations, please view the map.
Welfare Fraud This program is charged with insuring that benefits are given only to those who are eligible. To maintain program integrity, DHA has a Program Integrity Division that is committed solely to preventing and detecting welfare fraud. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 2433 Marconi Ave. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95821 916-875-8908 or e-mail
Career Clothes Closet
The “Dress for Career Advancement Clothes Closet” provides gently used professional and business-casual attire for low-income men and women entering the job market. Donated clothing should be clean, current styles, in good repair, and on hangers if possible. Items needed include suits, coordinates, shoes, lingerie, new hosiery and accessories (scarves, belts, etc.). Donations are tax deductible and receipts are provided. For more information, view the Program page. Service Provided By: Human Assistance 4990 Stockton Blvd. (Map) Sacramento, CA 95820 916-875-3330
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If you, or someone you know, experiencing disrupting symptoms of mental health, please call Adult Access Team: at (916) 875-1055 or Children's Access Team @ (916) 875-9980. For a psychiatric emergency, please call 911 as soon as possible or go to nearest hospital emergency room.
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