Address:937 Spring StPlacerville, CA 95667Map & Directions
Services: A health and food assistance program for women, infants and children, offering participants nutrition, education and vouchers for supplemental foods. Serves women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or just had a baby and children under 5 years old (including foster children). Other Site3368 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Suite 202South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150(530) 573-3491.................(530) 542-9312 FAX
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm; some Saturday and evening appointments available
Eligibility: Category; income guidelines; nutritional need.
Address:327 Montrose DrFolsom, CA 95630Map & Directions
Services: Thanksgiving Trimming Basket: Who: Residents of Folsom, Orangevale, El Dorado Hills, and Granite Bay. What: Turkey, Stuffing Mix, Mashed Potatoes, Cranberries and more.When: Mon, November 19, 2012; 8:00 am - 11:30 am - First Come First Serve Where: Twin Lakes Food Bank, 327 Montrose Dr., Folsom, 95630How: Walk in with ID and proof of Residency Christmas Basket - Information to come.For additional information about holiday programs call (916) 985-6232.-----------------Food & Clothing Closet for zip codes 95630, 95662, 95746, and 95762. Verification of current address and current Social Security card or birth certificate for each family member are required. Provisions include blankets, and infant needs. Back-to-school backpacks, school supplies, and new shoes giveaway in August. Male volunteers needed.
Hours: Tuesday 9 am - 12:30 pm, 4:30 pm - 7 pm; Wednesday & Thursday 9 am - 12:30 pm. Closed Monday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Eligibility: Families, individuals, with ID, current proof of address, or homeless; see details.
Address:10665 Coloma Rd #200Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Map & Directions
Services: Staffed with multidisciplinary teams, program focuses on primary caregiver and children to encompass the needs of whole family. Multiple services available. UC Davis prenatal clinic operation and public health nurse access. Intervention services that are geared toward the connecting families with services that are needed such as Safety Net services that include: rental assistance, utility bill payment assistance, fresh food (food box distribution) program, emergency supply of formula, diapers and transportation. Distributor for SMUD energy bill assistance program. WEAVE services connection. Other programs: parenting workshops; women support groups; parent/child activities; school readiness program. Various youth activities include Roots and Horizons program designed to connect children ages 8 - 17 whose parents are incarcerated with volunteer mentors for various activities, youth leadership development and youth advisory council. Car Seat Safety classes.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm (office).
Eligibility: Families at risk.
Address:6015 Watt Ave #2North Highlands, CA 95660Map & Directions
Services: Focuses on pregnant women and children up to 6 months of age to encompass the needs of the whole family. Program connects pregnant women with services such as Medi-Cal, WIC etc. UC Davis Medical Clinic services available twice per week. Referrals to the public health nurse. Healthy Marriage Initiative couples counseling. Free and voluntary family support home visitation with focus on nutrition, attachment and bonding between infant and a mother and child development counseling. Parenting classes and play and grow groups available.
Hours: Monday and Friday 8 am - 5 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8 am - 8 pm;
Eligibility: Pregnant women or families with children less than 6 month old living in eligible ZIP codes.
Address:1351 C StSacramento, CA 95811Map & Directions
Services: Daytime Hospitality For Women And Children Experiencing Homelessness Including A Full Breakfast, Showers, Free Telephone Calls, Mail Service, Resting Room, Blankets/sleeping Bags, Hygiene Bags, Incontinence Supplies, Feminine Hygiene, Baby Diapers And Community Referrals Assistance. Baby Formula May Be Available if Donated. accepts Donations Of Shoes, Blankets, Diapers, Clothing, Tarps, Strollers, Feminine hygiene Products, Sleeping Bags Etc.
Hours: Drop-in Center: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7 Am - 2:30 Pm, Wednesday 7 Am - Noonbreakfast: Monday Through Friday 8 - 9 Amshowers: Monday Through Friday 7 - 11:30 Amresource Counseling/intake: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7 Am - 2 Pm; Wednesday 7 Am - Noonfeminine Hygiene & Diapers: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7 Am - 2:30 Pm; Wednesday 7 Am - Noonhygiene Bags: Monday, Friday 7:30 - 9 Amresting Room: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 12:30 Pm - 2:15 Pmmail And Phone Messages: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7 Am - 2:30 Pm; Wednesday 7 Am - Noon
Eligibility: Homeless Women And Children.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in. Resource Counseling/Intake required to receive all services except breakfast. Showers are available on a limited basis and are first come first serve.
Address:3333 3rd AveSacramento, CA 95817Map & Directions
Services: Offers Free, Family-related Courses On Topics Such As Nurturing Parenting, Positive Discipline Techniques, Budgeting, Health, Nutrition, Stress Management, School Readiness, Play Groups And More. Families With Children Ages 0 - 5 Will Receive Baby Bucks After The Completion Of Each Course That Can Be Traded In For Infant And Toddler Supplies Like Baby Clothes, Maternity Clothes, Baby Food, Strollers, Baby Furniture, Accessories, Toys, Diapers And Additional Children's Items At The Children's Boutique. Diapers And Formula Are Available To Parents Who Are Registered In The Parent Education Program. Orientation Required. Donations Of Household Goods, Baby Supplies, And Clothing Accepted And May Be Eligible For Free Donation Pickup.
Hours: Office And Boutique: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9 Am - 2 Pm; Wednesday 3 - 7:30 Pm
Documents To Bring: Call for orientation program schedule.
Address:1217 Del Paso Blvd BSacramento, CA 95815Map & Directions
Services: Program focuses on pregnant women and infants up to the 6 month of age, to encompass the needs of the whole family. In home visitation program for pregnant women that focuses on nutrition, prenatal health, developing birth plan and connection to health insurance resources (Medi-Cal). After the birth, program focuses on child development, bonding and attachment between the mother and the child, and identification of other resource needs. Parenting classes and play groups available.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Eligibility: Pregnant women or families with children less than 6 months old living in eligible ZIP codes.
Address:811 Grand Ave # A3Sacramento, CA 95838Map & Directions
Services: Birth and Beyond Home Visitation: Providing in-home, no-cost parenting lessons and interactivities with children The Nurturing Parent Program is designed to build and improve self worth, empathy, discipline, and empowerment for both parents and children. Eligibility limited to pregnant women or parents with children ages 0 - 5 Contact: (916) 927-7694Making Parenting a Pleasure: A weekly workshop that focuses on effective parenting techniques that allow parents to learn "tips and tricks" to communicated more effectively A Certificate of Completion is awarded at the end of the workshop which meets Sacramento Play Child Welfare Services requirements Play care is provided Contact: Myline Divina (916) 927-7694.Healthy Families/Medi-Cal Insurance: Assistance to find out if you qualify for FREE or low-cost medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage For application assistance please call (916) 597-9567 to set up an appointment or come in to the Firehouse Community Center School Readiness: Available to parents with children ages 4 months to 5 years old School Readiness provides home visitation with a focus on assisting with enrollment of children into preschool or a Head Start program The program focuses on engaging parents in preparing children for school through activities appropriate to encourage physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth This program provides parents with guidance in advocating for the needs of their children and navigating the educational system Contact: Suzie Vang at email@example.com or call (916) 927-7694.Car Seat Safety Class: Learn how to properly install your child's car seat Find out if you have the right seat for your child Received a FREE car seat at the end of each class Contact: Mone Vang (916) 567-9567.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Eligibility: Pregnant women and families with children less than 6 months old living in eligible ZIP codes
Address:7000 Franklin Blvd Suite 820Sacramento, CA 95823Map & Directions
Services: Program focuses on pregnant women and infants up to the 6 months of age, to encompass the needs of the whole family. Connects pregnant women with services such as Medi-Cal, WIC, etc. UC Davis prenatal clinic services available twice a week. Referrals to infant mental health resources and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) programs. Free and voluntary family support home visitation with focus on nutrition, attachment and bonding between infant and a mother and child development counseling. Parenting classes and play and grow groups available.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm.
Eligibility: Pregnant women of families with children less than 6 months old living in eligible ZIP codes.
Address:1701 L StSacramento, CA 95811Map & Directions
Services: St. John's Lutheran Church Food Basket Program distributes USDA commodities, special dietary foods, baby formula, and hygiene products when available, to anyone with limited resources living in Sacramento County. *ID for each family member is required.Distribution is available at the following three locations:Midtown SacramentoSt. John's Lutheran Church1701 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811-Distributes the last three Thursdays of each month from 10 am - NoonCampus CommonsFremont Presbyterian Church 5770 Carlson Drive, Sacramento, CA 95819-Distributes the Fourth Thursday of every month from 5 - 6:30 pmRosemontAtonement Lutheran Church9242 Kiefer Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95826-Distributes the Fourth Tuesday of every month from 10 am - Noon
Hours: Distribution on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 10 am - Noon.