Address:10636 Schirra AveMather, CA 95655Map & Directions
Services: Provides Services To Homeless Or At Risk Of Becoming Homeless Veterans; Deposit, Rent, Utilities, Child Care, Employment, Case Management, Clothing Closet, And Many Other Resources. provides Employment Assistance To Veteran's Who Are Seeking Jobs; Computer Lab With Workshops, Resume Building, Mock Interviews, Clothing Closet.
Eligibility: Must Be Resident Of Yolo, Sacramento, Place, El Dorado, Or Nevada Counties. Housing: 50% Of Area Median Income, Veteran, Homeles Or At-risk For Homelessness. Employment: Veteran
Documents To Bring: Telephone intake, walk-in, or call for appointment
Address:431 S Lincoln WayGalt, CA 95632Map & Directions
Services: Food closet clients must be Sacramento County residents in an emergency situation. ID required. Assists families and individuals in obtaining access to health services. Information and referral, emergency food, translation, immigration services, client advocacy, community outreach, medical transportation, rental/mortgage assistance, bus/gas vouchers, and utility assistance. Facilitates development of new human services programs within the community.Designated as a Focal Point agency for services appropriate to the needs of independent, semi-dependent and dependent senior citizens.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 am - noon, 1 - 5 pm; Closed on Friday
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:738 N Market BlvdSacramento, CA 95834Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Financial Assistance For Emergency Food, Utility & Rental Assistance For Low Income Native Americans. Education And Employment-related Assistance; Job Training, Budget-making, And Financial Counseling Available.
Hours: Monday Through Friday 8 Am - 5 Pm
Eligibility: Native American; Low-income Household; Reside Off-reservation In One Of 30 Counties In California; Identified Emergency; No Willful Neglect.
Documents To Bring: Telephone CSBG Program for application and additional requirements.
Address:630 I StSacramento, CA 95814Map & Directions
Services: Responsible for administering the waiting lists for Conventional (Public) Housing Program and the Housing Choice Voucher Program for the City and County of Sacramento. The Application Office accepts and processes applications to determine eligibility of applicants for the various housing assistance programs offered. Visit www.sacwaitlist.com or call (916) 440-1390 for additional information. To report suspected wrong doing or fraud with the Housing Choice Voucher Program, visit website or call (916) 440-1381
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Eligibility: Primarily low-income or very low-income persons or families.
Address:6300 S StSacramento, CA 95817Map & Directions
Services: Offers low-income customers a discount of more than 30 percent on their entire electric bill every month.Medical Equipment Discount (MED) Rate: Offers a $15 monthly discount to households that require the use of specific medical equipment (electric wheelchairs, oxygen concentrators, in-home dialysis cyclers, and air conditioners and/or electric heating systems for medical conditions requiring significant additional electricity to maintain a precisely temperature-controlled environment).
Address:250 Harris Ave # 6Sacramento, CA 95838Map & Directions
Services: Assistance with payment of utility costs. Amount of assistance is based on the number of people in the household, total household income, and the cost of energy.Disaster relief for Governor-declared emergencies, minor home repair assistance to eligible households. Emergency services provided under LIHEAP include blankets, tents, generators, space heaters, firewood, propane, and oil.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30 am - noon, 1 - 3 pm
Eligibility: People who receive public assistance.
Address:5555 Florin Perkins RdSacramento, CA 95826Map & Directions
Services: Provides additional quantities of energy at the lowest (baseline) price to residential customers who qualify with one of these medical situations: dependent on life-support equipment while at home; a paraplegic, hemiplegic, quadriplegic or multiple sclerosis patient with special heating and/or cooling needs; scleroderma patient with special heating needs, life-threatening illness or compromised immune system with special heating and/or cooling requirements to sustain the patient's life or prevent deterioration of the patient's medical condition.
Hours: 24 hours daily
Address:110 6th StWest Sacramento, CA 95605Map & Directions
Services: Assists eligible clients with homeless prevention (30/3 day notices) and rapid re-housing for clients who have become recently homeless.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 am - 5 pm, Tuesday 8 am - noon - by appointment only
Eligibility: Must have: 3 day notice (rental acceptance letter if homeless), proof of income, residential status in Yolo County.
Address:3217 Orange Grove AveNorth Highlands, CA 95660Map & Directions
Services: 2012 Christmas Toy Assistance Information Line: (916) 669-2302 Application Period: Tuesday 10/16/12 - Wednesday 11/21/12Apply in person at the Salvation Army Family Service Center.Assistance is available on a first come first serve basis.9:00 am to 3:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday. (Closed Sun & Mon)Due to limited space do not bring children to center when applying. Salvation Army Family Service Center4350 Raley BoulevardSuite 200Sacramento, CA 95838Eligibility: Children must be below 10 years of age for assistance.A birth certificate, report card or green card for each child is required.Current Cal-Works "Aid Verification Summary" card.Current photo I.D. from the head of the household and person applying.One from each of the following categories:I.D.Picture I.D.Drivers LicenseState I.D. Card.Proof Of Residency:Current Utility Bill Rent ReceiptProof of Income:Paycheck stubSSI VerificationStudent Aid verificationIncome Scale below the following amounts:1-3 Family Members: $2,400 Monthly or $29,000 Annually 4-7 Family Members: $2,800 Monthly or $34,000 Annually8 or More Members: $3,200 Monthly or $38,000 Annually-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Ongoing Programs:Emergency Food:Available to low-income families, single adults, and seniors age 60+. Food boxes available up to a six times year with a 30 day wait between each.ID, proof of income and proof residency to apply. Rent Assistance:Three day pay or quit and move-in assistance must meet income requirement.Utility Bill Assistance:Energy Help helps pay SMUD bills households, must have a shut off notice. REACH helps pay PG&E bills. Applications accepted from individuals in need who qualify through screening process, only seniors and permanently disabled households qualify if they live in subsidized housing. Assists seniors and permanently disabled clients including renters with their City of Sacramento water bill.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 9 - 11:30 am, 1 - 4 pm; Friday 9 - 11:30 am; Saturday by appointment. Food Boxes Tuesday through Thursday 9 am - 3:30 pm
Eligibility: Food boxes to indigents with children or seniors 60+, for other services see description.