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FAMILY SERVICES - WFS

WAYFINDER FAMILY SERVICES #65631321


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  • 1540 Eureka Road, Suite 100
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-722-2233

Wayfinder Family Services has four programs serving Placer County. Three are direct referrals and one requires a call to the Placer County Mental Health Access line.

Kinship Support Services Program – call directly for referral. Wayfinder’s Kinship Support Services Program (KSSP) supports grandparents, extended family members or close family friends who step up to raise children so they avoid the trauma of separation from their birth family. KSSP is free of charge to families.

Home to Stay – can call directly or be referred by a provider. Home to Stay offers counseling and support services to kinship and birth families who are at high risk for out of home placement in Placer County. Wayfinder provides short-term in home counseling and parent education to enhance parenting skills, building supports and mitigating behavioral health risks to youth and families. For more information, call 530-722-2233 or email hometostay@wayfinderfamily.org.

Be WELL Program – can call directly or be referre…

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FOSTER CARE & ADOPTION SERVICES - EA

EA FAMILY SERVICES #4660985


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  • Grass Valley, Nevada

EA Family Services recruits and approves local families to become foster parents, provides support and case management for foster youth in care, and provides a Transitional Housing Program for foster youth upon their 18th birthday.
FOSTER YOUTH SERVICES - INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM - PCOE

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION #69408077


Placer County Office of Education Foster Youth Services partners with the Children's System of Care to identify foster youth so they can participate in the Independent Living Program (ILP) for Placer County. ILP provides training, services, and benefits to assist current and former foster youth in achieving self-sufficiency prior to, and after leaving, the foster care system. 

Eligibility - Youth are eligible for ILP services from age 14 to the day before their 21st birthday, provided one of the following criteria is met:
  • ​Youth was/is in foster care at least one day after their 16th birthday
  • Youth is a former dependent who entered into a kinship guardianship at any age and is receiving/received Kinship Guardianship Assistance Payments (KinGAP) between ages 16-18
  • Youth is a former dependent who entered into a Non-Related Legal Guardianship (NRLG) after attaining age 8 and is receiving/received permanent placement services
  • Youth is between 14-15 years …
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FOSTER YOUTH SERVICES - KEYS PROGRAM - PCOE

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION #65631039


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  • 360 Nevada Street
    Auburn, Placer
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  • County Cell Phone
    916-390-3684

Kaleidoscope of Employment for Youth Success - KEYS is a collaborative project between the Placer County Office of Education Foster Youth Services (FYS), the Department of Rehabilitation, and PRIDE Industries. This program is designed to ensure successful employment outcomes for foster youth, ages 16-19, who have significant barriers to employment.​​

Placer County foster youth, ages 16-19 years old, are matched with individual Job Developers who provide pre-employment support and assistance with obtaining and retaining employment local in a field of interest.

Eligible youth must have a significant barrier to gaining employment, including a mental health diagnosis, physical disability or special education designation. Proof of eligibility will be requested.
HOUSING & LIFE SKILLS FOR YOUNG WOMEN - BP

BLOSSOM PLACE #65630875


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  • Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-613-2822

Blossom Place provides safe housing, one-on-one support, and resources so former foster and at-risk young women ages 18-24 can learn life skills, achieve their goals, and gain the confidence to blossom into who they are meant to be.

Blossom Place believes one's basic needs of housing, food, clothing, and safety need to be met before you can move on to accomplish other goals. The Independence Plan is a step-by-step plan that moves a young woman through basic needs and into goals and dreams. With a mentor, a counselor, and a Blossom partner who acts case manager alongside her, she will work through education, career, health, transportation, and relationship goals. She'll learn time management, budgeting, cooking, cleaning, stress management, and parenting skills. The ultimate goal is for each girl to have all the pieces of the puzzle in place, and all the skills and the confidence in herself to successfully move on to independent living.

Each girl arrives at Blossom at a different point i… [read more]
HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDING EXPERIENCE (HOPE)

WHOLE PERSON LEARNING #65773039


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  • 11816 Kemper Road
    Auburn, Placer

Housing Opportunities Providing Experience (HOPE) offers transitional housing along with intensive life skills support for young adults that have emancipated from court ordered foster or group home care.

HOPE is a program of Whole Person Learning (WPL), a public agency that empowers youth and young adults to thrive in their communities by using a collaborative, individually tailored positive youth development approach.
HOUSING PROGRAMS - AMIH

AMI HOUSING, INC #90354405


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  • 3123 Professional Drive, Suite 210
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-878-5088

AMI Housing, Inc (AMIH) is a California nonprofit that provides housing, employment, and life skills programs to residents of Nevada County and Placer County who otherwise might be homeless. Nevada County residents must be clients of Turning Point. AMIH offers assistance in multiple languages through a Language Line service.

All AMI programs require proof of residency in Placer County for 14 days.

AMIH and 211 offer assistance in multiple languages through a Language Line service.

Call 2-1-1 or 833-342-5211 for information about, and eligibility screening for, the following programs.

  • Homelessness Prevention - For people who are at risk of losing their current housing.
  • Rapid Rehousing - For people who are currently unhoused. Coordinated Entry intake required.
  • Transition Age Youth - For Transition Age Youth (TAY) ages 18-24 in PLACER COUNTY. Help with life skills and finding housing.

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IFOSTER FOSTER RESOURCES

IFOSTER #65630971


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  • 10049 Martis Valley Road
    Truckee, Nevada

iFoster’s mission is to ensure that every child growing up outside of their biological home has the resources and opportunities they need to become successful, independent adults. We provide a free platform of resources for foster care youth, caregivers, and organizations.

iFoster is an online resource portal with hundreds of free or deeply discounted resources. We can provide you with:
  1. Educational, employment, health, recreational, and daily living products, services and opportunities kids in foster care and our young people aging out of care need to achieve their full potential! We’ve got over 300 partners providing what you need for free or deeply discounted prices. Access them online 24/7 or call us at 1-855-936-7837 and we can find what you need.
  2. TAY Assistant and Digital Locker for Transition-Age Youth. An online personal assistant that helps our transition-age youth (ages 16 to 24) manage their life. Store your documents in a safe place, find resources, apply for programs, and k…
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MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT - PLACER COUNTY - TPCP

TURNING POINT COMMUNITY PROGRAMS #4663761


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  • 1620 Santa Clara Dr. Suite 100
    Roseville, Placer

Turning Point Community Programs provide a variety of mental health services for people with psychiatric disabilities to help them achieve recovery, independence, and self-sufficiency.

Coloma Center is an intensive outpatient mental health treatment program that provides psychosocial rehabilitation and case management services for Transitional Age Youth (16-25) and adults (26+) living with serious mental illness. The goal of Coloma Center is to assist people with maintaining their highest level of independence while living safely in the community.

Referrals can be made directly to Coloma Center by calling 916-786-3750 and asking for an Assessment Coordinator.

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SAFE PROGRAM - BFFY

BRIGHT FUTURES FOR YOUTH #70210129


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  • 200 Litton Drive, Ste. 308
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The SAFE (Stability, Access, Foundation, Empowerment) program is committed to finding and helping youth ages 12 -26 who are experiencing homelessness.

Many youth experiencing homelessness do not have access to local or state funding or simply don’t know what services are available. And few nonprofit organizations in the region can help. SAFE fills the gap by connecting youth who have alternative, unpredictable, or inconsistent housing access with community resources and well-trained professionals.

SAFE helps mitigate homelessness in Nevada County by providing:
  • Basic needs, such as food, clothing, housing, hygiene supplies, showers
  • Education and training, including transitioning to college and/or trade school
  • Physical health and mental wellness counseling
  • Training to develop the necessary skills to live independently
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