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1. Adolescent Family Life Program

Publications: http://www.checksutterfirst.org/women/community

Address: 1625 Stockton Blvd. Suite 112
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95816

Contact Person: Elaine Ellers
Contact's Position: Program Manager
Phone: 9162629141
Email: mchinet@cdph.ca.gov
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Sutter Teen Programs provides comprehensive case management services for pregnant or parenting adolescents who enroll prior to turning 18 years of age. There are two available Programs. The Adolescent Family Life Program is a voluntary program to any pregnant and parenting teen not receiving TANF (welfare) dollars. The Cal-Learn Program is a mandatory program for any pregnant and parenting teen that is under 19 and has not received their high school diploma. Case management includes: medical services, educational services, legal services, housing, fiscal support, child care transportation, infant development, and parenting education. The primary goals of both programs are: -Reduce the incident of low-birthweight babies; -Maximize educational potential of the teens and their children; -Reduce the incidence of unplanned repeat teen pregnancy; and -Reduce child abuse and neglect Most contacts with clients occur at school or in their homes. Volunteers can help with office work and other tasks as needed. Contact Felicia Parker-Rogers or Elaine Ellers for more information on volunteering. Keywords: health, education, legal, housing, youth, women

2. Albert Einstein Residence Center

Publications: https://www.facebook.com/AlbertEinsteinCenter

Address: 1935 Wright Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95825

Phone: 9169729555
Hours: 24 hours

Descriptions: This agency, which is sponsored by the Jewish community, provides low-income housing for the elderly. Volunteers are needed to provide one on one support to seniors and/or develop health, educational or recreational programs. Group projects can also be set up to work with the elderly. Keywords: religious, housing, counseling, education, health, elderly

3. Alzheimer's Aid Society

Publications: https://www.alzaid.org/

Address: 2641 Cottage Way #4
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95825

Phone: 9164832002
Email: info@alzaid.org

Descriptions:

The Alzheimers Aid Society exists to support those affected by Alzheimers disease the individuals who have the disease, their family, caregiver, and the community. The effects of Alzheimers is felt by all, not just the ones who have it who slowly lose their memories. Their family loses a past, present, and future with their loved one. Their caregiver gives up their own hobbies and interests as they care for their loved one. And for the community there is the cost of medical care and the loss of the contributions to society of those directly affected by the disease. .

Keywords: Community Development Law Lobby, legal, lobbyists, housing, health

4. Cache Creek Lodge

Publications: http://www.cachecreeklodge.com/

Address: 435 Aspen Street
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 5306625727
Email: lodge@cachecreeklodge.com

Descriptions:

Cache Creek Lodge is a division of Yolo Alcoholic Recovery Center. It serves as a residential treatment center for men and women suffering from alcoholism and drug dependency. Residents are provided room and board seven days a week, staff supervision, and a structured educational program designed to help them regain their lives.

Sessions are held daily on all aspects of chemical dependency - physical, psychological and spiritual - so that residents may begin to learn how to reclaim their lives.

Also provide intensive day treatments, out patient services, and sober living.

Keywords: substance abuse, women, housing

5. California Human Development Corporation

Publications: cahumandevelopment.org

Address: 117 West Main Street, Suite 1B
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 5306629601
Email: info@cahumandevelopment.org
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: CHD serves the farmworking community in Yolo County. The missions of CHD is to create paths and opportunities for those seeking greater self sufficiency, independence, and dignity through education, training, housing, and other services. They offer job training and general supportive services to low-income farmworkers. Keywords: education

6. California Legislative Black Caucus

Publications: https://blackcaucus.legislature.ca.gov/

Address: Legislative Office Building, Room 158
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Jannell Jackson
Contact's Position: Consultant
Phone: 9163192619
Email: jannell.jackson@asm.ca.gov

Descriptions: The California Legislative Black Caucus envisions a world where African-American families have equal opportunities to thrive and political representation that accurately reflects the diversity of the populace. When we promote equity for African-Americans and celebrate diversity, we advance the values California stands for.

Keywords: housing, politics, political

7. California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation

Publications: https://www.crlaf.org/

Address: 2210 K Street, Suite 201
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95816

Phone: 9164467904
Email: info@crlaf.org

Descriptions:

CRLAF is a statewide non-profit civil legal aid organization providing free legal services and policy advocacy for Californias rural poor.

We focus on some of the most marginalized communities: the unrepresented, the unorganized and the undocumented.

We engage in community education and outreach, impact litigation, legislative and administrative advocacy, and public policy leadership at the state and local level.

We seek to bring about social justice to rural poor communities by working to address the most pressing needs of our community: Labor, Housing, Education Equity, Health Care Access, Worker Safety, Citizenship, Immigration, and Environmental Justice

Keywords: legal

8. Centro Guadalupe Advocacy Program

Publications: http://sacramento.networkofcare.org/veterans/services/agency.aspx?pid=CentroGuadalupe_867_17_0

Address: 730 S Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9164435367

Descriptions:

The Centro Guadeloupe Advocacy Program is a multi-service agency that serves primarily Hispanic families, women, and children in such areas as emergency food and shelter, counseling, translation, information and referral, and employment.

Volunteers are needed to assist with the "Community Pals" youth project for 7th - 11th grades which targets students from high risk environments; make periodic contact in person and over the phone with students; and help plan and implement activities.

This is a program that allows creative input. Volunteers should have a good rapport with young people and be understanding of problems facing students from high risk environments. The ability to speak Spanish is desirable. Volunteers work closely with a project coordinator.

Internships may be available.

Keywords: Hunger Homeless & Housing Cultural Youth Cmty Dev, women, emergency, counseling, mentor/tutor

9. Coalition of Concerned Medical Professionals - CCMP

Publications: https://www.ccmpbayarea.com/

Address: 2809 38th Ave
City: Oakland State: CA Zip: 94619

Phone: 5104368020

Descriptions:

COALITION OF CONCERNED MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS (CCMP) is an all-volunteer effort, rooted in the community, founded in the Bay Area in 1976. CCMP is independent from government funding or any funding with strings attached. CCMP is structured as a free and voluntary unincorporated private membership association not as a 501(c)(3). CCMPs primary purpose is to overcome political and economic barriers that deny access to comprehensive medical care for any and all working people. This has included conducting campaigns to defeat laws or governmental policies detrimental to the interests of low-income workers.

CCMP takes an approach that incorporates medical care, ancillary health services, procurement of healthy foods for supplemental food distributions and joining with organizations of low-income workers whose members suffer lack of access to quality, affordable care. CCMP may choose to align with community groups to change conditions creating poor health, including environmental concerns.

CCMP urgently needs VOLUNTEERS: doctors, nurses, dentists, medical and dental specialists, physical therapists, dental hygienists, students and all those with a willingness to learn how to organize to fight the conditions which deny comprehensive medical care to workers and their families here in the Bay Area.

CCMP volunteer health care professionals donate preventive care to applicants screened for eligibility by CCMP benefit program volunteers. Many benefit recipients are members of self-help organizations of low-income workers.

Keywords: Health Lobbyists, emergency, housing

10. Community Housing Opportunities Corporation

Publications: http://www.chochousing.org/

Address: 5030 Business Center Drive, Suite 260
City: Fairfield State: CA Zip: 94534

Phone: 7077596043
Email: info@chochousing.org
Hours: M-F 9-5:30pm

Descriptions: Community Housing Opportunities Corporation (CHOC) is an economic and community development organization that promotes healthy communities and opportunities for youth, families and seniors. Since 1984, CHOC has provided housing to thousands of families, delivering needed services to low-income individuals and families. CHOC firmly believes that quality housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents by addressing the comprehensive needs of individuals, improving local economies and addressing the capital needs of neighborhoods.

Keywords: housing

11. Congress of California Seniors

Publications: https://seniors.org/

Address: 1230 N Street, Suite 201
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9164424474
Email: info@seniors.org
Hours: M-F 8-4pm

Descriptions: The Congress of California Seniors focuses its primary attention on legislative and consumer issues that impact older adults. The CCS education and advocacy program has proved to be an effective tool in influencing public policy decisions made by the state legislature and other state officials. CCS analyzes and rates all state legislators on their voting record related to key senior issues and publishes the Seniors Legislative Report Card.

In addition, the CCS Education and Research Fund, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, provides educational programs and consumer information for seniors to constituent groups and to the greater senior community throughout the state. Through the efforts of both organizations, the Congress of California Seniors has become a major progressive voice for seniors, their families and their communities.

For more information, www.seniors.org

Keywords: elderly, housing, religious

12. Davis Community Meals and Housing

Publications: http://daviscommunitymeals.org/

Address: 202 F Street
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Harmony Scopazzi
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 5307539204
Email: volunteers@dcmah.org
Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-12pm

Descriptions: The purpose of Davis Community Meals is to provide low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food, and human services to help them rebuild their lives. We have volunteer opportunities as follows: Transitional Housing Program at H Street: Volunteers complete intakes on new clients, perform drug and alcohol testing, assign bed spaces, note activities and behaviors in the log, monitor chores and socialize with clients. Monday through Saturday 6pm to 9pm we are looking for volunteers to commit to a once a week shift with a minimum commitment of three months. Resource Center: Volunteers interact with clients over the phone and/or in person and help with an assortment of tasks. Must be able to multi-task. Open Monday - Friday from 8am - 12pm. We are looking for volunteers to commit to 2 hours once a week with a minimum commitment of 25 hours. We ask that you keep to the same schedule each week. Meals Help: Volunteers will help cook, set up, serve and clean up. Each Tuesday and Thursday is for individuals and Saturdays are for groups. Administrative Assistant: Assist Executive Director and other administrative staff in data entry, clerical duties, donor tracking, and other related duties. Knowledge of MS Office products, particularly Excel, required. Keywords: Emergency: Housing: Hunger: Mental Health: Outreach: Substance Abuse

13. Fourth and Hope

Publications: www.fourthandhope.org

Address: 207 Fourth Street
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Contact Person: Joseph Hernandez
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 5306611218
Email: jhernandez@fourthandhope.org
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Descriptions: Fourth and Hope is a homeless services provider. Our mission is to feed, clothe, shelter, and facilitate treatment for those in need. Programs include daily meals, street outreach, emergency shelter, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and residential and outpatient substance use treatment. Volunteers are need to cook and serve daily meals and for special projects throughout the year. Program internships may be available upon request. Keywords: Women Hunger Religious Substance Abuse

14. Grassroots Campaigns

Publications: http://www.grassrootscampaigns.com/

Address: 2400 22nd St #230
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95818

Contact Person: Caitlyn Hughes or Hitesh Bussie
Contact's Position: Director
Phone: 9164461100
Email: info@grassrootscampaigns.com

Descriptions:

Grassroots Campaigns specializes in running face-to-face outreach campaigns for progressive advocacy groups, humanitarian organizations, and political campaigns. We are currently working on behalf of a range of partners including the Save the Children, The Southern Poverty Law Center, the ACLU, Sierra Club, and Oxfam America to raise awareness, identify new supporters, raise funds, and win concrete victories for change. We also run field campaigns to register and mobilize voters, pass legislation through grassroots advocacy, and build long-term volunteer networks.

Keywords: Animals, Cultural, Disabled Persons, Education, Emergency, Environment, Health, Housing, Hunger, International, Legal, Lobbyists, Mental Health, Mentor/Tutor, Organizations, Outreach, Recreation, Women, Youth

15. Habitat For Humanity of Greater Sacramento

Publications: http://www.habitatyolo.org/

Address: 819 North 10th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9164401215
Email: Volunteers@HabitatGreaterSac.org

Descriptions:

Ecumenical Christian housing ministry whose objective is to eliminate poverty housing worldwide and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience. Yolo Habitat is one of over 650 affiliates working in the U.S. Our goal is to build decent, adequate and affordable homes in partnership with people in need.

Volunteers are needed for public relations and fund raising efforts among others, as well as home construction.

Keywords: housing

16. Housing California

Publications: http://www.housingca.org/

Address: 1107 9th Street, Suite 560
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9164470503
Email: staff@housingca.org
Hours: M-F 9-5pm

Descriptions: As a leader in advancing the interests of the most vulnerable, Housing California has been a place for local and state groups to convene and align their advocacy around housing and homelessness. The organization has a history of powerful leadership and accomplishments in state policy. Housing California played an integral role in the passage of Propositions 1C and 46, general fund allocations for housing, and a host of legislation on homelessness and land use policy.

Over the last several years, we have built a reputation as an organization that works across issue areas and brings together diverse networks and coalitions. The most dynamic areas of this work have been: 1) our leadership at the intersection of housing, transportation, and climate change that culminated in a set of victories on the spending plan for Californias Cap and Trade Program in 2014; 2) lifting up powerful voices in advocacy by creating a replicable community organizing model in affordable housing developments known as the Residents United Network; and 3) our state electoral campaign work in collaboration with labor, business, and communities to pass new investments in affordable housing.

Keywords: legal, lobbyists, housing

17. Lao Family Community Development, Inc.

Publications: http://www.lfcd.org/

Address: 7171 Bowling Drive, Ste. 1120
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95823

Phone: 9163937501

Descriptions: Lao Family Community Development, Inc. (LFCD) assists diverse refugee, immigrant, limited English, and low-income U.S. born community members in achieving long-term financial and social self-sufficiency. We encourage our community members to establish goals, believe in themselves, and become active, contributing members of society.

Lao Family delivers our lingusitically and culturally appropriate services using an integrated service model that addresses the needs of the entire family unit. Our goal is to help families achieve self-sufficiency in one generation.

Keywords: Cultural Educ Employ Mentor/Tutor, youth leadership, work, career development, family, housing

18. Legal Services of Northern California

Publications: http://www.LSNC.net/

Address: 517 12th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Bill Kennedy
Contact's Position: Attorney
Phone: 9165512150
Hours: M-F 9am-5pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Free legal services to low-income eligible clients in civil law matters such as housing, health, welfare, employment, unemployment, Social Security, discrimination, and education. Administrative office for 23 Northern California counties. Keywords: housing, counseling

19. Lutheran Social Services

Publications: http://lssnorcal.org/

Address: 4390 47th Ave
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95824

Phone: 9164532900
Email: development@lssnorcal.org
Hours: M-F 8:30-4:30pm

Descriptions: LSS of Northern California's mission is to promote stability and honor the dignity of those we serve by providing supportive housing services that lead to self-sufficiency. LSS envisions that our communities have hope, stability, and a path to self-sufficiency.

LSS helps individuals rebuild their lives after experiencing homelessness. Our supportive services offer individuals and families the opportunity to stabilize their lives and become self-sufficient. Our vision is that we will end homelessness and help create communities that have hope, stability, and a path to self-sufficiency. LSS serves nearly 3,600 adults, former foster youth and families in our supportive housing programs located in Contra Costa, San Francisco, Sacramento and San Joaquin counties.

Keywords: housing, mental health, disabled persons, youth, religious

20. Lutheran Volunteer Corps

Publications: http://www.lutheranvolunteercorps.org/template/index.cfm

Address: 1226 Vermont Ave NW
City: Washington State: DC Zip: 20005

Contact Person: Elizabeth Flomo
Contact's Position: Program Operations Manager
Phone: 2023873222x221

Descriptions: Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) unites full-time stipended Volunteers with financial supporters, non-profit organizations and ministries to work for peace with justice across the nation. In addition to working for justice, LVC Volunteers live together in intentional household communities of 4-7 people to encourage simple, sustainable living. Keywords: religious, international, housing

21. Meadowview Community Action

Publications: https://www.shelterlistings.org/details/36728/

Address: 2251 Florin Road, Suite 156
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95822

Phone: 9163999116x224
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: A range of family-based social service programs that include Head Start preschool, Teens Stopping AIDS (Youth ages 16-21), Family Resource Center, Safety Net services for utility bill assistance, referrals to housing lists, after school tutoring and other social services. For more information, www.mcainc.com Keyword: youth, housing, mentor/tutor

22. Mercy Housing

Publications: https://www.mercyhousing.org/california/volunteer

Address: 5 after school program locations near UC Davis- one in Esparto and 4 in Sacramento
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip:

Contact Person: Rebekah Kornblum
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9163303356
Email: rkornblum@mercyhousing.org
Hours: M-Th 2:30-5pm (After School Programs)

Descriptions: Mercy Housings mission is to create stable, vibrant, and healthy communities by developing, financing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities. We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the after school program onsite at different affordable housing communities. With staff support, volunteers will assist between 10-20 middle and elementary aged youth to complete homework and build literacy skills. Volunteers will also help implement physical education and art activities throughout the semester. Gain experience in an educational setting, learn about affordable housing, and give back to your community- all while having fun! Individuals should be able to volunteer 2-4 times a month and commit for at least two months, though a full semester is preferred. Key words: Housing, Community Development, Children, Youth, Education, Reading, Literacy, Seniors, Homeless, Special Needs, Veterans

23. Next Move

Publications: www.nextmovesacramento.org

Address: 2925 m4th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95817

Contact Person: Amber Pickens
Contact's Position: Community Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9164542120 ext 302
Email: apickens@nextmovesacramento.org
Hours: M-F 9am - 5pm

Descriptions: Next Move (formerly Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center) is a profound force in moving homeless families and individuals to self-sufficiency and self-reliance. Started as a Family Shelter program in 1972 to meet the basic needs of seven homeless families, the agency now serves an average of 500 people each day. Our mission is to assist families with children and individuals toward self-reliance. At first, our mission was to provide shelter to help ease people out of homelessness. But, as our clients' needs have changed, we too have had to grow our services to meet these changing needs. Our expanded services include providing individual success plans, self-sufficiency workshops and groups on living skills, parenting, budgeting, housing, health and mental health care, housing relocation assistance, employment readiness and community support services. Next Move's shelters, temporary housing and permanent housing, bolstered by an ever-growing list of services, continues to make visible and measurable changes in people's lives. Our current mission is to assist families with children and individuals toward self-reliance. Keywords: hunger, health, emergency, housing, counseling, youth

24. Rebuilding Together Sacramento

Publications: http://www.rebuildingtogethersacramento.org/

Address: P.O. Box 255584
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 958255584

Phone: 9164551880
Email: cgrip@rebuildingtogethersacramento.org
Hours: M-F 7:30am-5pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Home repair or renovation for low-income elderly, disabled people or families with children. Homes must be structurally sound and need minor to moderate repairs and beautification work. Work is done on project day, the last Saturday of April, by volunteers who are supervised and trained by skilled tradespeople. Businesses, foundations, community-based organizations and individuals donate cash, in-kind contributions (paint, lumber, fixtures, etc.), and skilled and unskilled volunteer workers. Organizations are asked to "adopt a home" by sponsoring a project and providing volunteer labor. Keywords: disabled persons, elderly, housing

25. Resources for Independent Living

Publications: https://www.ril-sacramento.org/core-services/

Address: 420 I Street, Level B: Suite 3
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Anson Houghton
Contact's Position: Program Director
Phone: 9164463074
Email: ansonh@ril-sacramento.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Referral to accessible, affordable housing; peer counseling and peer support groups; personal advocacy and legislative monitoring; peer counseling and advocacy; personal assistant screening and referral; information and referral; independent living skills training, assistive technology services, transitional housing prgoram, Shelter Plus Care case management. Keywords: housing, counseling

26. Sacramento Children's Home

Publications: http://www.kidshome.org/

Address: 2750 Sutterville Road
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95820

Contact Person: Judy Schefer
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9164523981
Email: info@kidshome.org
Hours: M-F 7:30am-4pm

Descriptions: Founded in 1867, The Sacramento Children's Home grew out of a community's need to care for orphans and homeless children. Today, the Home is organized to provide a range of programs for children and their families when a child is unable to be is in his/her own home due to neglect, abuse, abandonment, sexual molestation or serious family conflict. A staff of skilled professionals, volunteers and private donors keep the doors open and help provide treatment service to children in need.

Keywords: Youth Counseling Housing

27. Sacramento Crisis Nursery

Publications: http://www.kidshome.org/

Address: 4533 Pasedena Ave
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95821

Contact Person: Chris McCarty
Phone: 9162908256
Email: Chris.McCarty@kidshome.org
Hours: Varies 2-4 hours weekly 7 days a week

Descriptions: The Sacramento Crisis Nursery is a temporary, voluntary, safe place for children whose parents are experiencing a stressful situation. Minimum stay is 24 hours; children may stay up to 30 days depending on the need. The services are free of charge, and all information is confidential. Volunteers are needed to help care for the children and staff the 24-hour Parent Support Line. The Crisis Nursery is also looking for UC Davis students to intern with their program. If interested please contact kate.stoner@kidshome.org or call 916-290-8256 Keywords: Children, Crisis, family, housing

28. Sacramento Housing Alliance

Publications: http://www.sachousingalliance.org/

Address: 909 12th Street, Suite 114
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Aileen Joy
Contact's Position: Communications & Events Director
Phone: 9164554900
Email: aileen@sachousingalliance.org
Hours: M-F 9-5pm

Descriptions: Coalition which promotes decent, affordable housing and enhanced opportunities for lower income households and homeless people through advocacy, education and participation in public discourse. Keywords: housing

29. Sacramento Mutual Housing Association

Publications: http://www.mutualhousing.com/

Address: 8001 Fruitridge Road, Suite A
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95820

Contact Person: Fernando Cibrian
Contact's Position: Director of Community Organizing
Phone: 9164538400
Email: fernando@mutualhousing.com
Hours: M-F 8:30-5:30pm

Descriptions: Development and operation of affordable resident-controlled multi-family housing for low-income households throughout the City and County of Sacramento. Residents are the members and have control over decision-making through resident councils and participation on the Board of Directors. Keywords: housing

30. Sacramento Steps Forward

Publications: http://sacramentostepsforward.org/

Address: 1331 Garden Highway, Suite 100
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95833

Contact Person: Michele Watts
Contact's Position: Continuum of Care Director
Phone: 9165779771x1201
Email: info@sacstepsforward.org

Descriptions: Keywords: housing

31. Salvation Army

Publications: http://sacramentoarc.salvationarmy.org/

Address: 1200 North B Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Cruz Gusman
Contact's Position: Shelter Services Director
Phone: 9164529388
Email: mediarelations@usn.salvationarmy.org
Hours: M-F 8-4:30pm

Descriptions: Shelter Services: Lodging and meals provided to homeless single men and women for 30 to 120 days, including a support system of multiple resources and specialize programs. Job development, computer training, employment counseling, mental health services, recreational activities and substance abuse counseling. Alcoholics Anonymous, alternative housing, spiritual counseling, chapel services, and bible studies also offered. Casework, counseling, and referral services provided to address other areas of need. Other programs under the Salvation Army that use volunteers, Adult Rehabilitation Center (916) 441-5267 Six-month residential social model treatment program for men with treatable handicap (I.e., alcoholism, drug abuse, anger of other abuse issues). Sacramento Citadel Corps Center (916) 452-9388 Religious programs, fellowship, and recreation for all ages. Child Development Center (916) 451-4230 Strives to meet the needs of individual children and encourage emotional, social, intellectual, and physical growth. Ray Robinson Oak Park Community Center (916) 452-9388 Educational, recreational, social and spiritual programs for all persons in a safe and secure environment regardless of age, race, religion, creed, color or gender. Keywords: housing, recreaton, youth, substance abuse, hunger

32. Shores of Hope

Publications: http://www.shoresofhope.org/

Address: 110 Sixth Street
City: West Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95605

Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9163720200
Email: outreach@shoresofhope.org
Hours: M-F 8:30-5pm

Descriptions: Shores of Hope is dedicated to reversing the negative consequences of economic, social and other misfortune in the areas of employment, health, housing and hunger through education, technology and other resources so that each member of our community can enjoy and participate to his or her full potential in the richness of life in our community, our society and our country.

Keywords: youth, women, education, child development, transitional housing, transportation

33. The Complete Wholeness House

Publications: http://www.thecompletewholenesshouse.org/

City: Dixon State: CA Zip:

Contact Person: Michelle Wright
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 7074509068
Email: mic.wright@yahoo.com

Descriptions: Because there is need, there is The Complete Wholeness House. We are a non-profit transitional maternity home which provides homeless pregnant women with housing, supportive programs, and spiritual guidance during the pregnancy and after the baby is born. The goal of The Complete Wholeness House is to provide expectant mothers in crisis pregnancies, the essential services needed to become healthy, successful parents. The objective of The Complete Wholeness House is to offer shelter through pregnancy and up to six months after the birth of their child, while at the same time providing counseling, employment training, education opportunities, life skills, and financial/savings planning. Women will have access to needed services, including parenting classes and substance intervention if the need is present. Individualized case management on site.

Keywords: transition home, maternity, women, homeless, pregnant, support, housing, shelter, counseling

34. Turning Point Community Programs

Publications: http://www.tpcp.org

Address: 3440 Viking Drive, Suite 114
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95827

Contact Person: Deborah Roberts, LCSW, TICP
Contact's Position: Clinical Training Director
Phone: 9163648395x2028
Email: deborahroberts@tpcp.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm

Descriptions: TPCP is a community based mental health agency with 38 programs in 8 California counties. Programs have served members of all ages for over 40 years. Some members are dually diagnosed with Developmental or Cognitive Disabilities and others have co-occurring substance use issues. TPCP provides integrated, cost-effective mental health services, employment and housing for adults, children and their families that promote recovery, independence and self-sufficiency. TPCP is committed to innovative and high-quality services that assist adults and children with psychiatric, emotional and/or developmental disabilities in achieving their goals. Contact TPCP to inquire about graduate internships for social workers, counselors, psychologists, med students, residents, PNPs, PAs, clinical nutritionists and sociology students. Key Words: Mental Health, Internships, Advocacy

35. Welcome Home Housing

Publications: http://www.welcomehomehousing.org/index.html

Address: 816 Elm Street
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Contact Person: Deborah Coughlin
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9168990951
Email: deborah.coughlin@gmail.com

Descriptions: Welcome Home Housing is a non-profit organization in Sacramento, California that provides affordable housing and services to individuals with mental illness. We have five homes located in Rosemont and Rancho Cordova and we provide a variety of services to our residents to insure their success. We also provide a Respite Care Center in Rancho Cordova. Keywords: housing, mental illness

36. Wellspring Women's Center

Publications: http://www.wellspringwomen.org/

Address: 3414 4th Avenue
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95817

Contact Person: Genelle Smith
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 9164549688 (ext.207)
Email: volunteer@wellspringwomen.org
Hours: M-F 7:30-11:30pm

Descriptions: Wellspring Women's Center is a safe place for women and their children living in poverty. It serves an average of 200 women and children each weekday morning from 7:30-11:30 am by providing a free nutritious breakfast meal and free social work services, including counseling and case management. VVolunteers are the heart and soul of Wellspring!. They help prepare and serve breakfast to Wellspring guests, greet at the door, answer phones, play with the children, and much, much more.

Keywords: women, children, housing

37. Women's Civic Improvement Club of Sacramento

Publications: https://www.wcicinc.org/

Address: 3555 Third Avenue
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95817

Phone: 9164518870
Hours: M-F 8:30-5pm

Descriptions: For 81 years, the Womens Civic Improvement Club of Sacramento, Inc.(WCIC), has provided programs, services and activities geared toward meeting the needs of Sacramentos low-income communities.

Their purpose is:

To provide a community center in which group programs are geared toward the development of responsible citizens. Emphasis is directed toward underprivileged group participation.

To foster and promote programs and services to increase the economic, cultural, educational and social levels of community members regardless of race, age, religion or gender.

To expand opportunities available to low-income community members to obtain adequate low cost housing with special emphasis on the elderly, disabled and low-income women and children.

Keywords: youth, hunger, elderly

38. Yolo Community Care Continuum

Publications: http://www.y3c.org/

Address: 285 W. Court Street, Suite 207 (PO Box 1101 Davis, CA 95617)
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Contact Person: Kacy Goulart
Contact's Position: Administration
Phone: 5307582160
Email: assist@y3c.org

Descriptions: Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is a non-profit agency servicing people with a mental illness in Northern California. We currently have programs located in Davis, Woodland, Roseville, and Auburn. We provide housing, direct services, education and advocacy for people with a mental illness. All of our programs are voluntary based and our programs provide client-driven services, which assists people to attain their highest level of mental health. YCCC strives to excel as a dynamic presence in our community. Programs: Farmhouse (located in Davis): a long term residential treatment program that offers a group living environment. Adults live and work cooperatively, learning the skills necessary to make a successful transition from a highly structured treatment environment to a less restricted form of independent living. Safe Harbor Crisis House (located in Woodland): a short term residential treatment program which provides crisis intervention in a supportive, group living environment for adults who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms. The program is designed for individuals who need an intermediate step between a hospital stay and returning home or who wish a more structured setting in order to prevent psychiatric hospitalization. Harmony House (located in Auburn): an adult residential facility with a treatment component program that offers mentally ill individuals a group living environment. Adults live at Harmony House cooperatively; learn the skills necessary to live independently while receiving support from highly trained Mental Health Workers. Supportive Housing Program (office in Woodland): Cooperative living opportunities are provided through the YCCC housing project. Houses and congregate living apartments are located in Davis and Woodland. At each house, residents have their own room and do their own shopping and cooking. House meetings, facilitated by a YCCC Mental Health Worker, help residents to divide chores and resolve any issues that may arise between housemates. Staff also provides individual support to those who need help with activities of daily living or managing their mental health symptoms. Cornerstone (located in Roseville): a short term residential treatment program which provides crisis intervention in a supportive, group living environment for adults who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms. The program is designed for individuals who need an intermediate step between a hospital stay and returning home or who wish a more structured setting in order to prevent psychiatric hospitalization. Keywords: mental health, treatment

39. Yolo County Housing

Address: 147 W. Main St.
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 5306625428
Email: jholt@ych.ca.gov

Descriptions: Yolo County Housing is dedicated to working together to provide quality affordable housing and community development services to all within its service area. YCH also provides decent and safe temporary housing to migrant farmworker families during the Countys growing season. Keywords: housing