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1. Achieving Positive Thinking Worldwide

Publications: http://www.achievingpositivethinkingworldwide.org/

Address: 5170 Golden Foothill Parkeway
City: El Dorado Hills State: CA Zip: 957629608

Contact Person: Yvette Kelley
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 9169520854
Email: info@achievingpositivethinkingworldwide.org

Descriptions:

The mission of Achieving Positive Thinking Worldwide (APTW) is to improve mental wellness by teaching and educating people, especially women, who are dissatisfied, how to plan and to implement the skills and the confidence essential to make positive life choices by increasing employment and educational successes through proven positive thinking technique and strategies by providing positive thinking counseling, support from coaches and social workers, career mentoring, anger management classes, parenting enrichment groups, clothing for work and/or school, assistance with legal resources and a lifetime support network connecting to a community of positive thinkers.

Keywords: education, counseling, international, mental health, women

2. 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

3. Adult and Aging Commission

Publications: http://www.sacramentoadultandaging.org/

Address: 909 12th Street, Suite 200
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Nancy Yavrom
Contact's Position: Program Coordinator
Phone: 9164477063x308
Email: sacaac411@yahoo.com
Hours: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm

Descriptions: Advises the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to dependent adults and seniors; studies, evaluates and makes recommendations about county services affecting the well-being of dependent adults and seniors; promotes and oversees the development of a comprehensive, coordinated and effective service delivery system reflective of the changing demographic nature of Sacramento County; advocates for human services programs, services and issues; enhances community awareness of the varying needs of dependent adults and the aging population with special emphasis on ethnic and minority populations; and coordinates with county departments, other advisory boards, commissions and committees. For more information, www.communitycouncil.org Keywords: lobbyists, legal, elderly

4. Agency on Aging / Area 4

Publications: agencyonaging4.org

Address: 1401 El Camino Ave 4th Floor
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95815

Contact Person: Pam Miller
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 9167108390
Email: Pmiller@agencyonaging4.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm

Descriptions: Agency on Aging \ Area 4 funds and monitors programs for older adults in a seven-county planning and service area with funding under the Older Americans Act. Programs include Meals on Wheels, legal services, transportation, caregiver suppoet and many others. We are one of 33 area agencies in California, designated by the State to develop, coordinate, and fund programs designed to help older persons maintain their health and independence. The programs and services are offered free with a request for a voluntary donation. No participant is turned away who cannot contribute. Keywords: elderly, legal, hunger

5. 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

6. Born Free USA United with Animal Protection Institute

Publications: http://www.bornfreeusa.org/

Phone: 3014481407
Email: info@bornfreeusa.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm

Descriptions: Born Free believes that every individual animal matters. Inspired by the Academy Award-winning film Born Free, we work locally, nationally, and internationally on the conservation front-lines, in communities, classrooms, courtrooms, and the halls of Congress, to end wild animal cruelty and suffering and protect threatened wildlife. Born Free also operates the countrys largest primate sanctuary, which is home to 532 monkeys, many rescued from abuse in roadside zoos and private ownership or retired from research.

Keywords: animals, legal, lobbying, environment, education, outreach

7. BPSOS Center for Community Advancement, Inc.

Publications: https://www.bpsos.org/

Address: 13950 Milton Ave. Suite 301
City: Westminster State: CA Zip: 92683

Phone: 7148972214
Email: info@bpsos.org
Hours: Monday-Friday 830am-430pm

Descriptions: BPSOS, Inc. (Boat People SOS., Inc.) is the nations largest Vietnamese-American community organization, has deep roots in the community. Founded in 1980 as a volunteer group conducting rescue-at-sea missions during the boat people exodus, the organization has grown into a national network of 8 office locations across the U.S. and 2 locations in Southeast Asia.
BPSOS mission is to empower, organize and equip Vietnamese individuals and communities in their pursuit of liberty and dignity. BPSOS-CCA is the California affiliate of BPSOS, a national Vietnamese-American non-profit community-based organization with 37-year track record of service. BPSOSCCA has multiple programs, one of which provides a pathway to citizenship and low cost or pro bono legal services.
Keywords: cultural, outreach, legal, health, education, mentor/tutor

8. California Common Cause

Publications: http://www.commoncause.org/CA


Descriptions:

Join the California Common Cause team! CCC conducts research, legislative advocacy and grassroots organizing dedicated to holding government accountable to the public interest. Special work with media reform issues available. Our location in the state capital and our status as an affiliate of a well-respected national organization enhances our ability to offer a quality experience. Work with staff and volunteers and make democracy work better for us all. We will work to tailor internships to meet your interests and needs to further your goals. Flexible hours, vital work, meaningful experiences! Common Cause is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization; read about our work at www.commoncause.org/CA

Keywords: legal, lobbyists, politics

9. California Hispanic Resource Council

Address: 1006 4th St. Suit 708
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Salvador Santillan
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 9164517151
Email: salvadorchrc@yahoo.com
Hours: M-F 9-4pm

Descriptions: Assists with Immigration Processing-Family Visa Petitions, status adjustment, citizenship, and other immigration matters. All immigration matters reviewed and/or assisted by volunteer immigration attorneys. Information and referral on social services available to the Spanish-speaking community. Keywords: legal

10. California Lawyers for the Arts/Sacramento Mediation Center

Publications: http://www.calawyersforthearts.org/

Address: 2015 J St., Suite 204
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Contact Person: Ellen Taylor
Contact's Position: Associate Director, Program Coordinator
Phone: 9164417979
Email: sacramento@calawyersforthearts.org
Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-5pm

Descriptions: Dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration to the arts and entertainment community. Art/law workshops. Volunteer and Internship program For more information, www.calawyersforthearts.org Keywords: legal, counseling

11. 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

12. Californians Against Waste

Publications: http://cawrecycles.org/

Address: 921 11th Street, Suite 420
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9164435422
Email: nguyen@cawrecycles.org
Hours: M-F, 9-5

Descriptions: The mission of Californians Against Waste is to conserve resources, prevent pollution and protect Californias environment through the development, promotion, and implementation of waste reduction and recycling policies and programs.
Founded in 1977, Californians Against Waste is a non-profit environmental research and advocacy organization that identifies, develops, promotes and monitors policy solutions to pollution and conservation problems posing a threat to public health and the environment. Californians Against Waste's history has demonstrated it to be the nation's oldest, largest and most effective non-profit environmental organization advocating for the implementation of waste reduction and recycling policies and programs.
Californians Against Waste believes that when manufacturers are required to internalize the environmental externalities (costs) of material extraction, processing and manufacturing pollution, and end-of-life waste management in a product price, the market-place motivates them to reduce consumption, replace virgin resources with recycled materials, reduce toxicity and waste, design for maximum life and recyclability, and generally improve sustainability. This concept of Producer Responsibility lies at the root of virtually every legislative policy that CAW has pursued for the last 42 years.
Keywords: legal, lobbyists

13. CALPIRG

Publications: http://www.calpirgstudents.org/davis

Address: 356 Memorial Union, UC Davis
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Nicole Walter
Contact's Position: Campus Organizer
Phone: 5307523205
Email: nwalter@calpirgstudents.org

Descriptions:

The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) is a statewide student directed, non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts research and advocacy on environmental and consumer issues. The basic goals of the organization are to: promote student civic involvement, protect the environment and consumers, give students a voice, and learn skill and train leaders.

Internships with CALPIRG are available. For CALPIRG at UC Davis, visit their office at 260 South Silo (next to the Experimental College). For Sacramento internships in the legislative office, call (916) 448-4516.

UC Davis CALPIRG Website: http://asucd.ucdavis.edu/organizations/other/CALPIRG/

Keywords: Environment Lobbyists Legislat, legal, student organizations

14. CASA of Sacramento County

Publications: http://www.sacramentocasa.org/

Address: P.O. Box 278383
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95827

Contact Person: Danielle Keys
Contact's Position: Recruitment & Training Coordinator
Phone: 9168756460
Email: danielle@sacramentocasa.org
Hours: 8am-4pm

Descriptions: Our Mission: To ensure consistency and support for children in the foster care system through the use of volunteer advocates advancing the best interests of each child. Keywords: youth, legal

15. Coalition of Concerned Legal Professinals

Publications: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Coalition-of-Concerned-Legal-Professionals/163059527045249

Address: 3714 Marysville Blvd.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95838

Phone: 9169257994

Descriptions:

Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals (CCLP) expands legal benefit, organizing bi-weekly Legal Advice Sessions as "Know Your Law" Sessions for low-income workers. Attorneys, law students, paralegals, and other concerned citizens unite to commit time and skills to promoting equal access to justice for a growing number of Americans who otherwise cannot afford legal resource and due process. Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals has also won a victory for 12 thousand migrant farm workers who have had there rents double illegally in the government labor camp.

Keywords: legal

16. Community Care Car/Woodland Senior Center

Publications: http://www.communitycarecar.org/home.html

Address: 2001 East St
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 5306627800 (Comm Care Car)
Hours: M-F 9-3:30

Descriptions: Provides transportation for seniors to and from medical, dental and legal appointments, beauty or barber shops, visits to spouse or relative in a hospital or nursing home, shopping, banking, Social Security, Senior Center, Concilio, Employment and Social Services Department, library and post office. For volunteer opportunities, call: (530) 661-5890 for Woodland Senior Center Keywords: elderly

17. Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center

Publications: http://www.deloro.org/

Address: 8421 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265
City: Citrus Heights State: CA Zip: 95610

Phone: 9167289333
Hours: M-F 8:00-4:30

Descriptions: Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center is an independent, private, non-profit program funded by the Department of Health Care Services, Area 4 Agency on Aging, grants and private contributions.

Del Oro's mission is to improve the well-being of family caregivers and provide support throughout the care giving process. Del Oro provides a variety of services to help support caregivers and achieve our mission.

For more information, www.deloro.org

Keywords: disabled persons, legal, counseling

18. District Attorney - Yolo County

Publications: http://www.yoloda.org/

Address: 301 Second Street
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 5306668180
Email: District.Attorney@yolocounty.org
Hours: Mon-Friday 8AM-12PM, 1PM-5PM

Descriptions:

Office prosecutes on behalf of the people of Yolo County, all individuals accused of felonies, misdemeanors and infractions occurring within the County, and violations of local ordinances. This includes investigation of crimes, interviewing witnesses and appearing in court. Victim Witness Assistance program is coordinated by the District Attorney. Office responsible for administrative supervision of the Special Services Unit, handling consumer fraud, check program and pollution cases, and the Child Abduction Unit which investigates claims of child abduction, assists in the return of child to custodial parent and assists in child visitation issues and compliance. Law students can volunteer with the DA

Keywords: legal

19. 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

20. 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

21. Immigration Law Clinic of UC Davis School of Law

Publications: https://law.ucdavis.edu/clinics/immigration-law-clinic.html

Address: UC Davis School of Law, Clinical Legal Education
City: Davis State: CA Zip:

Phone: 5307526942

Descriptions: Volunteers are needed for Spanish to English translation and interpretation in order to assist attorneys and law students in their representation of immigrants. No experience in law is required and all training will br provided. Volunteers much agree to maintain client confidentiality. Work will be conducted at the clinic near the UC Davi campus or telephonically. Schedule is flexible and need is on-going. Keywords: cultural, legal

22. 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

23. NAMI California

Publications: http://www.namicalifornia.org/

Address: 1111 Howe Avenue, Suite 475
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95825

Phone: 9165670163
Email: nami.california@namica.org
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Descriptions: NAMI California is a grassroots organization of families and individuals whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness. We advocate for lives of quality and respect, without discrimination and stigma, for all our constituents. We provide leadership in advocacy, legislation, policy development, education and support throughout California.

Keywords: mental health, legal

24. Opening Doors, Inc.

Publications: http://www.openingdoorsinc.org/

Address: 2118 K Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95816

Contact Person: Donelle Swain
Contact's Position: Intern and Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9164922591
Email: info@openingdoorsinc.org

Descriptions: Our mission is to empower refugees, immigrants, human trafficking survivors, and underserved Sacramento area residents to achieve self-sufficiency by accessing opportunities to mainstream economic and social systems. We do this by providing safe places, skills development, business loans, and connections to community resources, assisting our clients to build financial and personal assets while maintaining their cultural identity and individual goals.

We are located in midtown Sacramento and have been helping refugees and immigrants for over 18 years.

Position availabilities include:

Business Intern:
Interns will focus on programs aimed at asset building and/or microenterprise and microfinance. They will assist refugees, immigrants, and underserved Sacramento area residents in gaining financial independence and succeeding in a challenging economy. Candidates are expected to learn about community outreach, microfinance, and small business development and/or assets development. We are looking for individuals that can work independently, with excellent written and communication skills, and preferably bilingual.

Case Management Intern:
Interns work with Refugees or Survivors of Human Trafficking and gain casework skills as well as advocacy experience. Additionally, interns are exposed to the social welfare system and are taught how to manage client cases. Interns will also be exposed to numerous opportunities to strengthen language skills and further multi-cultural awareness. Applicants must be able to deal with confidential information, possess excellent interpersonal skills, and be preferably bilingual.

Communications Intern:
Interns in this position work closely with the Deputy Director to develop and maintain external organization communications. Interns will have the primary responsibility for maintaining the agencys website and social networking pages and gain first-hand experience working on crafting agency messages and delivering them through various avenues. We are looking for individuals with experience website development and Dreamweaver, and excellent attention to detail.

Grant Writing Intern:
Interns will play a key role in furthering the Opening Doors development efforts. They will learn grant writing basics, research funding opportunities and work with staff to write grant proposals. Applicants will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work independently, and a willingness to learn the basics of grant writing.

Volunteer Management Intern:
Coordinator works with interns and volunteers who come from a wide range of backgrounds. Intersns with this position assist developing the internship program and should be willing to take initiatibe and work collaboratively with a number of agency teams. For more information go to http://openingdoorsinc.org/currentinternopenings_whatyoucando.php#VolunteerManagement

Immigration Legal Services Intern:
Interns report to the Director of Immigration Legal Services and assist with case management and outreach. The ILS intern will also be responsible for managing the everyday operations of the ILS program and maintaining an understanding of program objectives and immigration services offered by Opening Doors. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken Spanish, possess excellent verbal communication skills, and be willing to work in fast-paced environment.

Money Work$ Program Intern:
Interns assist staff in outreach to target communities with information about the MoneyWork$ program. They also assist with curriculum adjustments, class preparation, review of participants homework, and the maintenance of class records and participation. Interns gain a real world understanding of personal finances as they work closely with clients and come to know their issues, difficulties, and successes. Interns also gain valuable writing, communication, and excel skills.

Keywords: international

25. Public Health Advisory Board

Address: 909 12th Street, Suite 200
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Kay Merrill
Contact's Position: Program Director
Phone: 9164477063x337
Email: sacdhhs@saccounty.net
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Serves as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to local and public health planning and policy issues. Responsible for identifying local public health needs and priorities, encouraging the development of appropriate public health services, and advising the Board of Supervisors and/or the Human Services Coordinating Council on all major policy matters concerning the nature, scope and extent of public health services. Also oversees the work of committees required by the state and/or formed to assist the county in carrying out its public health responsibilities including Adult Day Health Planning Council, Advisory Committee on Dental Health, Advisory Committee on Tobacco Control and Perinatal Child Health Advisory Committee. Keywords: health, legal

26. Sacramento City Police Department

Publications: http://www.sacpd.org/

Address: 915 I Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9162645471
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Volunteer in Policing (916) 264-8748

Volunteers provide staff support to the Sacramento Police Department in a variety of areas including Crime Analysis, Identification, and Investigations. Volunteers may also be trained to take police reports at one of the resource/service centers. A minimum of a six month commitment and 16 hours a month are required.

Keywords: legal

27. Sacramento County District Attorney's Office

Publications: http://www.sacda.org/

Address: 901 G Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Kelly Meis
Contact's Position: Intern Coordinator/Paralegal
Phone: 9168745915
Email: MeisK@sacda.org
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Responsible for the prosecution of individuals accused of felonies and misdemeanors within the Sacramento County area. Summer, fall and spring internships available for both undergraduate and law students. Paid internships available to law students during summer semester. See website for additional information. Keywords: counseling, legal, intern

28. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department

Publications: www.sacsheriff.com (Click on: Join Our Team-Volunteer Services Bureau)

Address: 711 G Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Michelle McKown
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9168747339
Email: volunteers@sacsheriff.com
Hours: Tues-Friday 0700-1700

Descriptions: Our volunteers assist the Sacramento County Sheriffs Department by staffing our Community Service Centers. Volunteers assist with writing crime reports, answering telephones, general office assistance, assisting the public with law enforcement and neighborhood questions, crime prevention, VIPS patrol and fingerprinting children. Our Service Center Hours of operations are Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Volunteers typically work at minimum one 4 hour shift per week. Keywords: legal

29. Sacramento Mediation Center

Publications: https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Animal-Care/Other-Stuff/Mediation-Services

Address: 2015 J Street, Suite 204
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9164417979
Email: sacramento@calawyersforthearts.org
Hours: M-F 9-5pm

Descriptions: Sacramento Mediation Services can assist with a variety of issues and handles mediation for barking dog complaints across the region.

The mediator will send 2 letters to the dog owner on behalf of the complainant. If the problem persists, the mediator will invite the dog owner and the complainant to a mediation session. The dog owner is not required to respond or attend. However, there are many successful cases mediated with positive outcomes.

The cost for opening a case is $25.00. In addition, there are associated fees for mediation between two parties and charges are on a sliding scale based upon the ability to pay.

Keywords: Legal, animal care

30. Senior Nutrition Services

Address: 874 F St
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95605

Contact Person: Christine McCracken
Contact's Position: Program Supervisor
Phone: 9164449533
Hours: M-F 7:30-4:30pm

Descriptions: Home-delivered meals five days a week to clients who are unable to prepare nutritious meals for themselves and have no other means of having meals prepared for them. Dining Centers offer congregate noon meals for seniors five days a week, Monday through Friday, at 19 locations throughout Sacramento. Most sites also offer supportive services such as leisure activities, legal aid and health outreach on a scheduled basis. Keywords: hunger, elderly, legal, health, recreation, outreach

31. Sexual and Elder Abuse Bureau

Publications: https://www.sacsheriff.com/Pages/Organization/CID/SexAssault.aspx

Address: 4510 Orange Grove Avenue
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95841

Contact Person: Bryan Gliddon
Contact's Position: Bureau Commander
Phone: 9168745070
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Investigates reports of rape, unlawful intercourse, oral copulation and sodomy against people ages 14+; physical and emotional abuse of dependent adults ages 18+ and the elderly ages 65+. Keywords: legal

32. Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center - Woodland

Publications: http://www.yolo.net/FVPC/newpage2.htm

Address: 927A Main Stret
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Phone: 9166616336

Descriptions: Last year, SADVC volunteers assisted over 3,000 people on the 24-hour crisis hotline, served countless hours in our business office, confidential shelter, and supported our mission every day in their work and lives. Our outreach to the community would be impossible without the support and hard work of our volunteers and interns. We have numerous internship and volunteer opportunities, such as: ~Children's Program at the shelter ~Community Group Projects ~Crisis Line Counselor ~Domestic Violence Response Team Volunteer ~Events Committee ~Graphic Designer ~Legal Advocacy Volunteer ~Maintenance/Handyperson ~Men of Strength Program ~Movers ~Program Assistants ~Sexual Assault Emergency Responder Team ~Speaker's Bureau ~Translator Volunteers and staff are required to go thought our 65-hour Peer Counseling Training program before they can work directly with clients. The 65-hour program is California state mandated training. Please review the volunteer job descriptions, training agenda, and call me to schedule an informal interview. I am looking forward to meeting you. The Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center provides assistance to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in Yolo County. Please call the Center's business line for information on our volunteer programs. Keywords: Community Development Counseling Mental Heath Women Keywords: youth

33. Southeast Asian Assistance Center

Publications: http://www.saacenter.org/

Address: 5625 24th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95822

Phone: 9164211036
Email: info@saacenter.org
Hours: M-F 8:30-noon, 12:30-5pm

Descriptions: SAAC provides primarily culturally competent interpretation services to clients and providers of the Division of Behavioral Health Services (Mental Health Services and Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services) of Sacramento County. In addition to this core service, SAAC hosts a free legal immigration and citizenship clinic once a month. For a nominal fee, SAAC also completes immigration and citizenship forms throughout the month. Lastly, SAAC began holding support group meetings every 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Thursdays of the month in the Hmong language.

Keywords: mental health, couseling, cultural

34. WEAVE

Publications: http://www.weaveinc.org/

Address: 1900 K Street 2nd Floor
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9164482321
Email: info@weaveinc.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm

Descriptions: 24/7 crisis response, counseling service, legal services, case management services for men, women, and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or sex trafficking. Keywords: Legal & Criminal Justice Women Counseling Youth

35. Western Farm Workers Association, Yuba

Address: 364 Wilbur Ave
City: Yuba City State: CA Zip: 95991

Contact Person: Engrid Devore
Phone: 5307900980
Hours: 9 AM - 9 PM

Descriptions: Western Farm Workers Association is dedicated to the farm workers of this country. Western Farm Workers Association believes that farm workers can only improve conditions of living by struggling together within an organization that belongs to them. Western Farm Workers Association stands alone as the sole mutual benefit association in California offering reciprocal membership benefits with the fighting Texas Farm Workers Union. WFMA 11 Point Benefit Program: 1.Emergency Food 2. Clothing 3. Non-Emergency Dental Care 4. Comprehensive Medical Care 5. Alcohol Information Center 6. Legal Service 7. Child Care 8. Job Referral Service 9. The Mutual Benefit Association Membership Newsletter 10. Information Service 11. The Eleventhy Benefit- loan consultation and budget planning Keywords: Health, Law, Community Development, Farm Worker

36. Western Service Workers Association

Publications: http://ncaddsac.org/directory/1901/western-service-workers-association/

Address: 5040 Perry Ave.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95820

Contact Person: Chris Valdez
Contact's Position: Administration Assistant
Phone: 9164561771
Hours: Mon-Sun 9-9pm

Descriptions: Western Service Workers Association is an organization serving Sacramento County's service workers. Volunteers are always needed. Examples of volunteer opportunities are: organize a food drive for needy service workers, donate clothing. Western Service Workers Association offers many services to its members such as medical and dental care, legal services, child care and job referral services. Additional descriptions are available in Human Corps. Keywords: Community Development