Address:124 Main StRoseville, CA 95678Map & Directions
Services: Staffed with multidisciplinary team program focuses on primary caregiver and children to encompass the needs of whole family. Multiple services available. Case management services centered on short term and long term goals; money management workshops and counseling; transportation vouchers for various appointments (medical, legal etc); child abuse, parenting, stress reduction, grief, teen issues and anger management counseling available; Home First program, home visitation program for pregnant moms and children up to three years of age; Kinship Program, home visitation program focused on care givers other than biological parents; homework club for children in elementary schools three days per week; Hispanic women support group; ESL classes once per week; health insurance enrollment for children; emergency baby bank program (diapers, formula, clothes etc).
Hours: Monday through Thursday 9 am - 6 pm, Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Eligibility: Placer and Sacramento County residents
Address:225 Marchant DrFolsom, CA 95630Map & Directions
Services: Emergency food for needy once a month up to 12 times a year. Two forms of ID required; one must show current address (e.g. utility bill, rent receipt). Located behind St. Johns Catholic Church. Serves ZIP code 95630. Free clothing available and financial aid if qualified.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9 am - noon
Eligibility: Low-income residing in 95630 ZIP code.
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:6015 Watt Ave #2North Highlands, CA 95660Map & Directions
Services: A Family Resource Center (frc) Offering A Variety Of Free Programs To Families With Children Under The Age Of 18 That Live In Sacramento County.family Resource Center Services Include:crisis Intervention And Cps Joint Visitation play & Learn Classesbaby Bonding Classesfurniture (including Cribs)nutrition Classesfamily & Adolescent Skills Training (fast) Programclothing Closet (adult And Children's Clothing): 2nd Monday Of Each Month (recommended To Call To Confirm, As The Day May Change Some Months)spanish Moms Support Groupstress Management & Copingsocialization & Recreational Activitiesfree Baby Car Seats Available After Completion Of The Classbirth & Beyond In-home Visitationhelps At-risk Families With Children From Birth Through 17 Years Of Age And Pregnant Women Improve Their Parenting Skills In Order To Reduce Instances Of Abuse And Neglect In The Community.parent Education Court Approved Workshops Available At No Charge That Cover A Variety Of Parenting Issues. Classes Include:nurturing Parenting Programmake Parenting A Pleasuredare To Be You
Hours: North Highlands Multi-service Center: Monday Through Thursday 8 Am - 8 Pm; Friday 8 Am - 5 Pmbirth & Beyond At Home Visitation: Monday Through Friday 8 Am - 5 Pmclothing Closet: 2nd Monday Of The Month 10 Am - 12 Pm (call To Confirm Date Before Arriving, Dates May Change)
Eligibility: Family Resource Center (frc): Families With Children From Birth Through Age 17 Living In Sacramento County.birth & Beyond At-home Visitation: At-risk Families That Are Pregnant Or Have Children From Birth Through Age 17 And Are Living Within Specified Zip Codes.
Documents To Bring: Telephone, walk-in, or agency referral.
Address:543 Jamie CtRio Linda, CA 95673Map & Directions
Services: Finds shoe/shoes for people who wear only one shoe, or wear a different size on each foot. Referrals for special shoe needs. Free, brand new single or mismatched shoes for residents with foot disabilities in the Sacramento area, United States or Canada. Shoes are donated by manufacturers, retailers, and individuals. Thousands of shoes in stock. Shoes are free, but postage expense of $4 per shoe or $8 per pair in advance is required. Requested donation of $5 per shoe to help with operating expenses. All services for US veterans are free. Fees may be waived in some cases if financial hardship exists.
Hours: Monday through Friday 9 am - 6 pm; Saturday, Sunday by appointment
Eligibility: Adults or teens whose feet have stopped growing.
Address:69 Lincoln BlvdLincoln, CA 95648Map & Directions
Services: Connecting Women Veterans And Their Families To Resources.assists With:personal Health And Wellnesssocialization And Reintegrationhousing Referralseducation And Trainingcareer And Professional Developmententrepreneurship Trainingclothing Closet - Career Attire And Maternity Clothing (accepts Donations)financial Coachinglegal Assistance Referralsva Benefitspersonal Development Workshopsreferrals For Ptsd, Domestic Violence And Depressiontransition Assistance
Hours: Monday Through Friday 9 Am - 5 Pm;workshops: Hours And Days Vary - Call More Information Or Check Website
Eligibility: Women Currently Serving In The Military, Women Veterans And Their Families.
Documents To Bring: Telephone or email.
Address:1800 28th StSacramento, CA 95816Map & Directions
Services: A Three-day Supply Of Emergency Food Once A Calendar Month, Including Travel Size Toiletries, Baby Food, Formula, And Diapers When Available.other Services Include:needs Assessment information And Referral follow-up client Advocacy crisis Interventioncalfresh outreach Coordinator Available To Help Individuals With Forms, Advocacy, And Spanish Communication. Free Weekly Yoga Classes. volunteer Opportunities Available. List Of Items To Donate Can Be Found On The Website.
Hours: Food Bank: Monday Through Friday 11:30 Am - 3 Pm; Yoga Class: Wednesday 6 Pm
Eligibility: Open To Anyone Living In Sacramento County, Reporting That They Or Their Dependents Are Living At Or Below The Federal Poverty Level.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in; individual interviews conducted.
Address:2925 34th StSacramento, CA 95817Map & Directions
Services: Provides Free Clothing And Various Household Items To Next Move Clients And To Other Low-income families And Individuals. Clothing For Men, Women, And Children Available. Household Items Include Small Household Appliances And General Household Items Such As Bedding, Towels, Dishes, Eating And Cooking Utensils, Pots And Pans, Etc. this Service Is Made Possible By The Generous donations By Community Members, Local Businesses, And Partners Such As Goodwill Industries.volunteer Opportunities Available.
Hours: Distribution Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 Am - Noondonations Accepted: Monday Through Friday 9 Am - 5 Pm
Eligibility: Low-income Or Homeless Individuals And Families.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in.
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:3235 Arden WaySacramento, CA 95825Map & Directions
Services: Free Congregate Dinners Are Provided The Last Wednesday Of The Month. Clothing, Shoes, And Books Are Available. Food Bags, bedding, And Small Household Items Are Also Given Out When Available. Volunteer Opportunities.ask-a-nurse Program Is Available During Meal Events And Is Staffed By Nurses. Hygiene Items Provided, Healthcare Questions, Referrals Made, Blood Pressure Screening, No Triage.
Hours: Dinner: Last Wednesday Of The Month 6 - 7 Pm