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PARTNERS FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER - GRASS VALLEY

PARTNERS FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS #4663366


location_on A
  • 235 South Auburn Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Engages and partners with families, educators, and the community to better support children's development, create connections, and increase access to local resources for families in Western Nevada County.
  • Provides parenting classes, tutoring services for school-age children, activities for both parents and children including Circle of Friends Playgroup for Toddlers, and information and referrals to many community resources for children and families in both English and Spanish.
  • Provides referrals to programs that offer child car seat information, free car seats for those who are eligible, and proper fitting of car seats by local California Highway Patrol (CHP) office.
  •  Offers enrollment assistance for Medi-Cal.
  • Features a lending library, clothes closet, computer lab, and bi-monthly newsletter.
  • Has a clothes closet of free gently used clothing for adults and children.
Latino Outreach Coordinator 530-273-7077
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FRIENDSHIP CLUB - BFFY

BRIGHT FUTURES FOR YOUTH #4661294


location_on B
  • 200 Litton Drive, Suite 308
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The Friendship Club provides a year-round program in Western Nevada County serving girls at risk in grades 6-12. Girls meet after school during the school year, attend field trips and other activities during school breaks, and participate in summer camps and enrichment activities throughout the summer.

Girls are grouped into cohorts by grade level and stay with their group until they graduate high school. Participation is free, as are all the activities, field trips, and camps. Nutritious meals are provided every time girls are with us.

All girls are referred to the program by their schools and other youth-serving professionals during their fifth grade year and start the summer before they enter sixth grade. The goal is for them to participate in the program until they graduate high school. Referrals for girls in other grades are also accepted as long as there is space available in their cohort.

Every activity and experience builds on the next and our programs intertwine to create a safe… [read more]
NEO YOUTH CENTER - BFFY

BRIGHT FUTURES FOR YOUTH #70210107


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

Bright Futures for Youth will open a new NEO Youth Center at the former Silver Springs High School campus near the Nevada County Fairgrounds, providing after-school and occasional weekend activities and events for youth in western Nevada County. The center address is 12338 McCourtney Road in Grass Valley, CA 95949.
 
The new Youth Center is scheduled to open in early 2022, following a modest renovation to the space.
 
The Youth Center will offer youth and young adults a place to socialize, make new friends, explore new interests and passions, and even get help with their homework in a comfortable and safe environment.
 
The Youth Center is available for 11- to 25-year-old residents and will offer a long list of activities and events, from art workshops to live music and open-mic nights in a supervised setting. Several hundred youth participate every year in the NEO program’s after-school, in-school, summer and weekend activities and events.
 
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SAFE PROGRAM - BFFY

BRIGHT FUTURES FOR YOUTH #70210129


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

The SAFE (Stability, Access, Foundation, Empowerment) program is committed to finding, and helping youth 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 are able to 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 with homelessness in Nevada County by providing:
*Basic needs, such as food, clothing, housing
*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
THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - AUBURN

THE SALVATION ARMY #78999111


The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Services include:
  • Church and Spiritual care
  • Food pantry
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Emergency Disaster services
  • Youth programs and Summer camps
  • Women’s and Men’s programs
  • Senior services
  • Intermittent Adult and Family Case Management
  • Rehabilitation Services Referrals 

Auburn Social Service Office Hours
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm Food Pantry
  • Monday-Friday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm Homeless ready-made lunch bags ready all week
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: Appointment only. Appointments are scheduled by Karina

PLEASE NOTE; You must call before bringing in non-food donations to ensure we can take them (PLEASE do not leave non-food donations if no one is here).
EXPERIENTIAL SEMINAR AND OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PROGRAM - ABOVE ALL ADVENTURES

ABOVE ALL ADVENTURES #64145421


location_on C

  • Auburn, Placer

Above All Adventures offers youth 13-19 in Placer and Nevada counties an Experiential Seminar and Outdoor Adventure Program. They challenge teens through an experiential seminar to increase their self-knowledge, clarify values, and develop decision-making and leadership skills. Teen participants then participate in an outdoor adventure program, such as skiing/snowboard, rafting, zip-lining, or completing a ropes course. For more info, www.abovealladventures.org
INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (FOSTER YOUTH) - PCOE

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION #69408077


location_on D
  • 11716 Enterprise Drive
    Auburn, Placer

The Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) in collaboration with Child Advocates of Placer County, provides 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.

The Placer County Independent Living Program (ILP) delivers high quality services in the community where foster youth are living and learning. Our mission is to promote self-sufficiency among transition-aged youth related to:
  • Personal development and resiliency
  • Employment readiness
  • Job placement assistance
  • Financial independence
  • Education
  • Housing
  • Health care
Staff approach all youth work with a lens of trauma-informed care, continually striving to provide environments that are safe, positive, predictable, consistent, and equitable.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF PLACER COUNTY

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF PLACER COUNTY #65630877


location_on E
  • 679 Lincoln Way
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Main Offices
    530-889-2273

Afterschool programs serving students from age 6 to 18, providing youth with a safe environment; adults who respect and listen to them; and interesting, constructive activities. Five core program areas are (1) Character and Leadership Development; (2) Education and Career Development; (3) Health and Life Skills; (4) The Arts; and (5) Sports, Fitness and Recreation providing youth with the tools and skills they need to become healthy adults, responsible citizens and effective leaders. The B&G Club has three afterschool sites during the school year. They offer homework help, tutoring, sports, recreation, career & leadership development, health & life skills, arts and crafts. They are located in Downtown Auburn, E.V. Cain Middle School, and the Rock Creek Elementary School. Membership at the Club costs $10.00 and program fees are $10.00 a month. Hours of operation are from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. five days a week. Their hours of operation are extended during the summer and school breaks.
DISCOVERY CLUB: AUBURN RECREATION DISTRICT

DISCOVERY CLUB: AUBURN RECREATION DISTRICT #65630926


location_on E
  • 123 Recreation Drive
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-885-8461

This is a fun state licensed before and after school program for elementary school-aged children available at Alta Vista, Auburn Elementary, Bowman and Skyridge schools. Staff fulfill licensing requirements including: 18 years or older, CPR/First Aid certified and DOJ clearances. The program includes homework assistance, arts and crafts, nature study, sports, games, community service opportunities and time to play and relax with friends. Snacks are served daily. Days of operation are Monday through Friday, five days per week, when school is in session.
FAMILY SUPPORT & SERVICES - KIDSFIRST

KIDSFIRST #65631312


location_on E
  • 124 Main Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Auburn
    530-887-3536

KidsFirst provides parents and children with the tools they need to thrive through family-centered supports and services. Our mission is to “Empower and Strengthen Children and Families through Education, Advocacy, and Counseling, to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.’ Our vision is that all children live in a safe, healthy, and nurturing home. KidsFirst promotes community health and well-being through prevention, early intervention, education, and treatment.

KidsFirst is the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Placer County, operating two Counseling and Family Resource Centers centrally located & near public transportation in Roseville and Auburn.

Programs and Services include:
  • Active Parenting Now (for teens)
  • Co-Operative Parenting Class
  • Dinosaur School
  • Early Childhood Education & Support for New Parents
  • Incredible Years (for kids ages 2-12)
  • Individual Counseling
  • Parent - Child Interactive Therapy
  • Parent and Child Coaching
  • Parent and Teen Communications
  • Postpartum D…
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