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CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER

CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #65631372


location_on A
  • 11434 B Avenue, Suite 300
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Toll free
    866-293-1940

If you require medical attention, law enforcement or there is a threat of suicide, call 911 immediately.
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Children's System of Care is one of six Divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services.

To meet the needs of children and youth who may be at risk, and their families, Placer County has a team that offers comprehensive services. Staff from the following areas are on the team:
  • Alternative Education
  • Child Welfare
  • Children's Mental Health
  • Probation
  • Public Health
  • Substance Abuse Services
Eligibility
Eligibility for Placer Children's mental health services includes full scope Medi-Cal beneficiaries, and County Medical Services Program (CMSP) beneficiaries with low or no share of cost. Those who do not meet these eligibility criteria are assessed on an individual basis regarding their need for services.
For questions please call Family and Children's Services at 916-872-6549 or toll free 866-293-1940.

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  • 24-hour response for minors at…
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CHILDREN & YOUTH PROGRAMS - CAOPC

CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY #87210466


location_on B
  • 1430 Blue Oaks Blvd, Ste 260
    Roseville, Placer

Child Advocates of Placer County offers programs that support and work with children and youth.
  • The Be Bold Youth Program pairs youth with an adult partner who will become someone they can trust, learn with, and grow alongside. Youth will meet weekly for fun-centered and life skill building activities. They will also come together bi-monthly with a larger group of young people who are determined to grow and strengthen themselves while being a strong support system for one another. Some of the topics covered are self-care, sex and relationships, goal setting, budgeting, and figuring out burning questions like what the heck happens after age 18.
  • The Level Up Youth Program works alongside youth to develop meaningful and trusting relationships, engage in positive, prosocial activities, and help youth connect to restorative justice/community service opportunities.  Level Up provides mentoring, education and employment support that helps prepare youth for independence.  Level Up p…
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CRISIS RESOLUTION CENTER - KFS

KOINONIA FAMILY SERVICES #65630983


location_on C
  • 3751 Magnolia Street
    Loomis, Placer
local_phone
  • Foster/Adopt
    877-244-5374

24-Hour-a-Day Support Hot Line - 866-251-7584
The Crisis Resolution Center provides a toll-free 24-hour telephone number (available to teens and family members residing in Placer County only) for referrals, personal support, advice, and counsel to teens and parents/caregivers/guardians in crisis.

The Crisis Resolution Center provides solution-focused, trauma-informed, and person focus family intervention; which resolves family crises and establishes reunification of children ages 12-17 with their families. The Crisis Resolution Center, located in Loomis California, is a six-bed (co-ed) facility with counseling services, fully licensed and professionally staffed to provide short-term out-client family services and short-term residential care.

The team of trained house parents, child care workers, and a CRC Case Manager offers:
  • Relationship counseling
  • Conflict resolution
  • Parent-child training
  • Referral services
Short-term residential placement for teenagers ages 12-17 (average stay is a… [read more]
FOSTER CARE & ADOPTION SERVICES - KFS

KOINONIA FAMILY SERVICES #65631314


location_on C
  • 3725 Taylor Road
    Loomis, Placer

Koinonia Family Services is a nationally accredited foster and adoption agency with over 39 years of experience and offices throughout California and Nevada. While foster care and adoption accounts for the largest part of their organization, they also have programs to treat, support, and improve the lives of foster children, adoptive children, group home children, and at-risk youth and families.

Koinonia is also represents the interests and rights of children and young people in "the system" through regulatory and legislative advocacy.

Becoming a professional Foster Parent consists of:
  • A Monthly reserve/stipend
  • Mileage reimbursement to schools out of district
  • Ongoing training
  • Weekly in-home support
  • 24 hour support
  • Paid vacation time
  • Respite care
  • Discounts through IFoster.org
  • CPR/First Aid
  • CPI training
Web pages
PLACER SHERIFF'S ACTIVITIES LEAGUE

PLACER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE #65631073


location_on C
  • PO BOX 1592
    Loomis, Placer
local_phone
  • Office
    916-652-2422

The Placer Sheriff’s Activities League is engaged in activities and events after school three days a week for local youth.

The events include mentoring, leadership and promote good decision making through sports and/or presentations. The program also implements a drug and gang prevention environment. Look under programs tab on website for specific details of each program.

The Placer Sheriff’s Activities League is facilitated at Parkside Church in Auburn and is hosted by a Placer County Sheriff’s Deputies, Placer County Probation, Children System of Care, Latino Leadership Counsel and KidsFirst.

The Placer Sheriff’s Activities League is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The Placer Sheriff’s Activities League, along with its partnerships, will work and provide youth with valuable life skills benefiting themselves and the community. Strives to prevent youth involvement of gangs as well as drug use.
FAMILY SERVICES - WFS

WAYFINDER FAMILY SERVICES #65631321


location_on D
  • 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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MENTAL HEALTH & SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES - PLACER COUNTY - VCSS

VICTOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES #87857051


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  • 1520 Eureka Rd, Suite 102
    Roseville, Placer

Victor Community Support Services offers programs providing a wide variety of mental health and social support services to children, youth, young adults, and families, including psychiatric services for children, youth, and adults. Victor partners with behavioral health, child welfare, and juvenile justice departments across California, tailoring services to meet each family’s needs.

Victor serves the youth and families of Placer County through its partnership with Placer County’s Coordinated System of Care. The office is in Roseville (moved from Rocklin). Below is a list of programs offered in Placer County. Please visit the services page or call 916-759-1168 for more information.
  • Children and Youth Mental Health Services
  • Adult Mental Health Services in North Lake Tahoe
Web pages
GRANITE WELLNESS CENTERS GENERAL SERVICES - GWC

GRANITE WELLNESS CENTERS #86936500


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  • 406 Sunrise Avenue, Suite #105
    Roseville, Placer

Granite Wellness Centers (GWC), formerly known as Community Recovery Resources or CoRR, provides comprehensive services to promote wellness for individuals and families with a focus on addressing substance use disorders.

GWC is a source of naloxone, a medication used to rapidly reverse opioid overdose.

Granite Wellness offers residential and outpatient substance use disorder treatment services for adults and youth with personalized treatment plans including group and individual counseling and other services.

Granite Wellness also provides transitional housing up to six months for adult men, women, and women with young children for people enrolled in outpatient services. Other services include educational groups for parenting, anger management, DUI services, Resilient Child program, Family Educational Series, and more.
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ADOPTIONS/FOSTER - COUNTY OF PLACER

CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67934718


location_on A
  • 11434 B Avenue, Suite 300
    Auburn, Placer

ADOPTION - Children are best served in loving permanent family environments.

Children's System of Care provides placement approval for matched families through the Resource Family Approval process, and support for parents wishing to voluntarily relinquish their children for adoption.

Potential Adoptive Families
If you interested in becoming an adoptive family please visit the Adoption & Permanency Services page of Stanford Sierra Youth & Families. https://www.ssyaf.org/post/adoption-permanency-services

FOSTER PARENT - https://www.placer.ca.gov/2060/Foster-and-Adoptive-Parents
Becoming a Foster or Adoptive Parent

Placer County has a continuing need for foster and adoptive families. Placer County provides foster care licensing and adoptive home studies to families who are interested in opening their homes. Placer County works in partnership with several community based organizations such as Koinonia Family Services, Stanford Youth Solutions/Sierra Forever Families,… [read more]
PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP)

PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP) #65631032


location_on A
  • 11484 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer

The Place County Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program is a statewide health program whose goal is to assure that all children and youth of families with limited income in California stay healthy by providing complete health exams, preventive services and immunizations to eligible children.

CHDP provides care coordination to assist families with medical appointment scheduling, transportation and access to prompt diagnostic and treatment services to prevent or greatly reduce the severity of suspected problems.

The CHDP program also provides a "gateway" to ongoing health care for children by linking families to health insurance and a medical home.

To participate in CHDP you must be a Placer County resident, and you must meet one of the two following requirements:
  • Age 0 to 19 with low to moderate family income and no health insurance coverage for health exams
  • Age 0 to 21 with limited or share-of-cost Medi-Cal
Please contact the CHDP program at 530-886-3620 to check … [read more]