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LILLIPUT FAMILIES

LILLIPUT FAMILIES #65631321


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  • 8391 Auburn Boulevard
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-238-3503

In Placer County, Lilliput provides a variety of services to children and families touched by foster care, adoption and kinship care.

We welcome community referrals and look for opportunities to partner with other service providers to better meet the needs of the community.

Kinship Support Services Program (KSSP): A kinship family is formed when an extended family member, such as a grandparent, aunt/uncle or sibling, steps in to raise a child when the birth parent(s) are unable or unavailable.

Families served do not have to be formally connected to the foster care system.

Services provided:
  • Family Finding and Engagement
  • In-home Support
  • Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Information & Referrals
  • Advocacy
  • Assistance with Basic Needs
  • Legal Referrals
  • Children’s activities and supports Foster-Adoption Program
Lilliput’s child-focused foster family and adoption program has the goal of placing foster children into homes that are well trained and supported to facilitate a child’s return home to birth fa… [read more]
PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP) PROGRAM

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


The 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.

​Please see our website or contact us for more information.
PLACER SHERIFF'S ACTIVITIES LEAGUE

PLACER SHERIFF'S ACTIVITIES LEAGUE #65631073


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  • 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.
POSITIVE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES - HOPE

HEALTHY OUTCOMES FROM POSITIVE EXPERIENCES (HOPE) #76983393


Positive experiences can ease toxic stress and help children and youth grow into more resilient, healthier adults. Positive experiences can help counteract the affects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) identifies ways that our communities and systems of care can better ensure that all children have more positive experiences and that all families have support to nurture and celebrate their strengths.

The Four Building Blocks of HOPE are composed of key positive childhood experiences (PCEs). The sources of those experiences and opportunities are the foundation for healthy childhood development. 

Four Building Blocks of HOPE (Positive Childhood Experiences) - https://positiveexperience.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/4BBs-Poster.pdf
  • Relationships within the family and with other children and adults through interpersonal activities.
  • Safe, equitable, stable environments for living, playing, learning at home and in sc…
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READY TO GROW - CP

CONNECTING POINT #48955599


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  • 208 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The Ready to Grow program is funded by First 5 Nevada County and accessed by calling 211 or 833-342-5211. The program is for Nevada County residents and provides information to parents, guardians, caregivers, and childcare providers about programs and services that support the health and well-being of children 0 to 5 years of age. 211 assists in connecting to resources to meet various needs.

Ready to Grow (R2G) offers help in accessing and completing developmental screenings. Call 211 or 833-342-5211 for a referral to a Navigator who will contact you to assist.
RESOURCES & SUPPORT FOR FOSTER FAMILIES - CAC

CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE OF CAREGIVERS #73961916


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  • 1100 11th Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento

California Alliance of Caregivers…
  • serves foster, kinship, guardian and adoptive families
  • provides one on one assistance to families who need to connect to resources and benefits that are specifically for children and youth currently in or from foster care
  • provides free parent training and resources for all parents, but they are directed toward parents caring for children with mental health needs
  • hosts weekly, virtual, facilitated support groups
  • has a leadership coalition around the state that supports families at the local level
Trainings are free for all parents and caregivers. Training and support is primarily targeted to parents and caregivers of children in or from foster care; and children with mental health needs.

https://www.cacaregivers.org/info/
ROSEVILLE POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE (RPAL)

ROSEVILLE POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE (RPAL) #65631427


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  • 110 Corporation Yard Road
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Office Number
    916-772-7725

Provides safe and supervised environments for recreational, athletic, social, educational programs and counseling services.

Programs offered appeal to the different interests of children and young adults helping to build meaningful relationships between Roseville youth and Police Officers.

RPAL also partners with KidsFirst to provide homework help to kids twice a week. All RPAL programs and events are low cost. Some athletic activities include Boxing, CrossFit Kids, Taekwondo, Basketball, Dance, and Yoga.
SHINGLE SPRINGS TRIBAL TANF

SHINGLE SPRINGS TRIBAL TANF #65631110


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  • PO Box 1340
    Shingle Springs, El Dorado
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  • Phone 1
    530-698-1400

The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians opened the Shingle Springs Tribal TANF Program June 1st, 2010 and now provides TANF assistance and related support services to eligible Native Americans and their families residing in El Dorado, Placer and Sacramento Counties in California.

The Shingle Springs Tribal TANF Program incorporates culture and traditions into all aspects of the program in order to strengthen and solidify the Native families and assist in addressing and resolving issues which create barriers to self sufficiency.

The Shingle Springs Tribal TANF Program provides important tools and skills which empower Native families in becoming self-sufficient, so they can support and nurture themselves, their children, families, and community.

Some of the types of assistance and supportive services which the Shingle Springs Tribal TANF Program provides to eligible Native families include:
- Monthly Assistance
- Educational Development
- Career Development
- Vocational T… [read more]
SKI DUCK

SKI DUCK #65631122


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  • 152 Mule Creek Circle
    Reno, Washoe
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  • Phone 1
    775-287-6464

SKIing and Snowboarding for Disabled and Underprivileged Children and older Kids.

SkiDUCK is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of disabled and underprivileged children by teaching and sharing the joys of skiing and snowboarding.

We're ENTIRELY volunteer-based (NO paid salaries!) so ALL donations received go directly to support kids' ski and snowboard programs! We're committed to partnering with local organizations with similar goals of serving underprivileged youth.

And in areas where these needs aren't yet being served, we seek to establish a sustainable model of service with local resources and volunteers.

If your community or organization is interested in partnering with SkiDUCK to establish or enhance a program to help disadvantaged youth onto the slopes, give us a QUACK!
TAHOE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

TAHOE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES #65631159


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  • 1021 Fremont Avenue
    South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado
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  • 24 Hour Crisis Line
    800-870-8937

The mission of Tahoe Youth and Family Services is to promote the healthy development of children, youth, and families in the community by providing counseling, education and support services.

Their primary goal is to provide a safety net of services. They serve families through professional and confidential individual and family counseling, community outreach, mentoring, Project Safe Place, Wraparound services, emergency youth shelter and a 24-hour crisis line.

Current Services include:
  • Individual & Family Counseling
  • Adult Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Adolescent Recovery Groups
  • Individual Teen Drug & Alcohol Counseling
  • Life Skills Group
  • Juvenile Treatment Center Counseling (South Lake Tahoe, CA)
  • Counseling services for very young children
  • 24 Hr. Crisis Line
  • Mentoring Program
  • Street Outreach Program
  • Teen Drop In/Resource Centers
  • Project Safe Place