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SHINGLE SPRINGS TRIBAL TANF

SHINGLE SPRINGS TRIBAL TANF #65631110


location_on A
  • PO Box 1340
    Shingle Springs, El Dorado
local_phone
  • 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


location_on B
  • 152 Mule Creek Circle
    Reno, Washoe
local_phone
  • 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


location_on C
  • 1021 Fremont Avenue
    South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado
local_phone
  • 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
THE LANDING SPOT

THE LANDING SPOT #65631167


local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-652-6011; 916-542-2549

AT A GLANCE: SAFE SPACE FOR LGBTQ+ YOUTH AND ALLIES TO MEET AND FIND SUPPORT.

The Landing Spot Youth Group

A non-religious support group and safe space for LGBTQ youth ages 13-20 in Placer County.

The focus is on support, education, and safe social events such as dances, holiday celebrations, and field trips.

Meetings are generally held on the third Monday of the month, from 6-7:30pm and are currently held at The Loomis Basin Congregational Church, 6440 King Rd. in Loomis.

Facilitators are: Pastor Casey Tinnen, educator, parent, and ally Daniella Zimmerman, and community member Kristian Maul.
The Landing Spot Parent Group

A tandem support group for parents of LGBTQ youth in Placer County, meets on the same day at the same time in a different room. Grandparents, guardians, and foster parents of LGBTQ youth in Placer County also welcome.

Facilitators include local parents/guardians of LGBTQ children/adults, and monthly topics are discussed/presented.

Please see the Facebook Page for updates on m… [read more]
UC CALFRESH NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM: CALFRESH HEALTHY LIVING, UC PLACER/NEVADA

UC CALFRESH NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM #65631491


location_on D
  • 11477 East Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Program Manager
    530-889-7350

Let's Eat Healthy!(a local name for CalFresh Healthy Living, UC Placer/Nevada Counties) provides comprehensive, hands-on nutrition education as well as produce tastings, gardening, physical activity, and cooking activities to qualifying schools, youth organizations, and adult groups. The vision of Let’s Eat Healthy! is to help CalFresh-eligible children and families in Placer and Nevada Counties to maintain healthy lifestyles through wise food choices and physical activity. 

Each school year theLet's Eat Healthy! program staff serves over 2,800 children by teaching nutrition lessons and providing evidence-based nutrition curricula, trainings, and materials to teachers in qualifying schools and area educators at no cost. We reach hundreds of CalFresh-eligible adults through workshops and newsletters as well as family events. Please view our  program fact sheet for more information.

The goa… [read more]
YOUTH MENTORS - CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY

CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY #66426250


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  • 3715 Atherton Road, Ste. 1
    Rocklin, Placer

The Youth Mentor program assigns volunteer mentors to children who are at-risk of educational failure, and former foster youth who are transitioning into adulthood without family support. These at-risk youth are not currently involved in any court system, but are identified as being at-risk of educational failure (truancy) or of entering the juvenile justice or child welfare systems.

As with CASA volunteers, Mentors meet weekly with the youth, helping to:
  • Define and accomplish goals
  • Introduce youth to opportunties and potential life paths that they never dreamed possible
  • As important role models, Mentors strive to navigate at-risk youth and former foster youth toward positive outcomes that will help these young people transition successfully into adulthood.

For more information, contact the Child Advocates of Placer County's office: (530) 887-1006.

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