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LEGAL ASSISTANCE - LSNC

LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA #4663093


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  • Legal Services of Northern California - Auburn Office
    Auburn, Placer

During the COVID-19 pandemic, find information about legal rights and resources here:
https://lsnc.net/coronavirus-covid-19

Legal Services of Northern California provides consultations, in-person or by telephone, on legal issues. LSNC serves Nevada and Placer counties. Not all services are available in both counties.

LSNC's Auburn field office provides free legal assistance to low-income people who meet eligibility requirements. Services range from referrals to representation, depending upon the client's needs, LSNC priorities and resources available.

LSNC provides counsel, advice, and representation to low-income individuals and seniors involving:
  • Welfare
  • Housing
  • Social security
  • Medi-Cal/Medicare
  • Civil rights/discrimination
  • Disability rights
  • Consumer rights
  • Debt and credit issues
  • Simple estate planning
  • Elder abuse
Eligibility criteria - Must meet LSNC income guidelines. Annual income must be no more than 125% of Federal Poverty Level guidelines. Some people over 125% but un… [read more]
PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP) PROGRAM

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


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  • 11484 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-886-3620

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.
PUBLIC GUARDIAN - ASOC

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #68107329


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  • 11533 C Ave.
    Auburn, Placer

The office of the Public Guardian is responsible for investigating the need for LPS, Probate, and Limited conservatorships for Placer County Residents who, as the result of a disability, have lost the ability to care for themselves and have no one else willing and able to care for them.

Types of Conservatorships
  • Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Conservatorships are for people who, as the result of a mental disorder (i.e., Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression) are unable to provide for their own food, shelter, or clothing.
  • Probate Conservatorships are for persons who have been determined by a doctor to lack the capacity to care for themselves, and/or are at risk of financial abuse or undue influence as the result of a condition other than a mental illness (i.e., dementia or head trauma).
  • Limited Probate Conservatorships are for people who have a developmental disability, but who have the ability to independently manage some areas of their life (i.e., housing or e…
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SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS - SSA

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION #4662114


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  • 11855 Edgewood Road
    Auburn, Placer

Administers the federal Social Security Program and assists clients applying for retirement, survivors benefits, disability, Supplementary Security Income (SSI), and Medicare benefits.

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During COVID-19: Services are available by phone (866-931-6087) or online at www.ssa.gov/onlineservices. SSA office is only providing limited, dire need, in-person services by appointment only. Call the SSA office to see whether your service needs can be met over the phone or if you'll need assistance in person.

Over the phone services can include applications for Disability, Retirement, and SSI. Prepare to provide your Social Security number as that may be needed.

Websites:
TRANSITION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM TPP

TRANSITION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM TPP #65631485


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  • 360 Neveda Street
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Anne Ashton TPP Program Director
    530-745-1493

The Transition Partnership Program (TPP) is a statewide vocational, education and work placement program.

TPP builds partnerships between local education agencies and the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR).

TPP provides students with disabilities, and other impediments to employment, the tools and support necessary to successfully transition from high school to post-secondary education or competitive employment.

TPP Services may include:
  • Career Exploration
  • Employment Skills Training
  • Drivers Education
  • Poste-Secondary Planning
  • Work Portfolio Development
  • Work Experience Opportunities
  • Job Search
  • Post-graduation Transition Support
Eligibility Requirements:
  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Enrolled in a high school in Placer County
  • Have a documented disability that is an impediment to employment
DISABLED STUDENTS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES - SIERRA COLLEGE

SIERRA COLLEGE #65925265


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  • 5100 Sierra College Boulevard
    Rocklin, Placer

DSPS provides the following services to eligible students:
  • Individualized academic, disability, and vocational counseling & advocacy
  • Priority registration
  • Academic accommodations/adjustments and support services
  • Alternate media and assistive technology
  • Captioning and Interpreter Services
  • Liaison with and referral to campus and community services
  • Diagnostic assessment of learning disabilities (limited service)
Academic accommodations, adjustments, and support services are individually based on the functional limitations resulting from a disability, and how the limitation impacts academic performance in the educational environment.

After applying to DSPS, students can ask their DSPS counselor for an Academic Accommodation Certificate (AAC) to give to instructors or the Placement and Testing Center if accommodations are required.
YOUTH SERVICES - PRIDE INDUSTRIES

PRIDE INDUSTRIES #65945081


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  • 10030 Foothills Boulevard
    Roseville, Placer

PRIDE’s youth services program helps youth with disabilities and those exiting foster care prepare for an independent adult life. These youth are often already at a disadvantage, and through this program, PRIDE provides individualized services and a mentoring relationship to help each individual address their unique educational and employment needs. Services include paid work experience, soft skills employment training, tutoring, employment placement assistance, and job coaching.

Services Provided
  • Assessment
  • Employment Preparation
  • Tutoring and assistance
  • Help to access community resources
  • Paid work experience
  • Customized job development services
  • Job placement
  • Job coaching
Eligibility Requirements
  • Reside in Placer County
  • Ages 17-21 years old and out-of-school
  • Income eligible
  • Face one or more qualifying hurdles such as drop-out, homeless, experience in foster care, disability, substance abuse, mental health, poor work history, or government assistance
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA, HOME START EMERGENCY SHELTER - ROSEVILLE

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN NEVADA #68832565


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  • 410 Riverside Ave.
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Placer County Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-375-2237 (833-3PLACER)

To stay at Volunteers of America Family Shelter, a referral through the Coordinated Entry system is required. To receive a referral, call the Placer County Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-375-2237 (833-3PLACER).

Volunteers of America Family Shelter, Home Start Inc. is a non-profit shelter (operating 24/7, 365 days a year) for homeless families in Placer County.

Services include:
  • Intensive Case Management Services
  • Housing advocacy
  • Housing placement services
  • Individual units – so rather than a nomadic shelter, each family will have their own unit
  • Food (as needed)
  • Support
  • Live in-person support – after hours
  • Life skills groups
  • Ready to rent certified training
  • Extensive housing placement services

Intakes
  • Mon-Fri
  • Intakes no later than noon
  • Emergency cases – intakes after noon
  • No walk-ins

Animals
Only service animals are allowed. Owners must present relevant documents prior to the animal being allowed on property. Documents include a service animal training certificate, sho… [read more]
CARE AND DETOX CENTER

ALPHA OAKS #65630848


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  • 8400 Fair Oaks
    Carmichael, Sacramento

Alpha Oaks offers:
  • Residential care and detox (of alcohol and drugs)
  • Group and individual counseling sessions
  • Aftercare services
  • Perinatal treatment

Alpa Oaks is open to women over the age of 18. There is no discrimination in the delivery of service due to race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, disability or ability to pay. The licensed Detox center can accommodate five women. It is under 24-hour supervision by specialized staff who are trained in dealing with the detox process and have immediate access to emergency medical assistance when necessary.

Residents are encouraged and assisted in planning their own recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
UC DAVIS MIND INSTITUTE

UC DAVIS MIND INSTITUTE #65631341


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  • 2825 50th Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-703-0280; 916-703-0300

The MIND Institute is an international, multidisciplinary Research Center, Assessment Clinic and Resource Center striving to understand the causes and develop better treatments and ultimately cures for Neurodevelopmental disorders.

The research conducted at the MIND Institute focuses on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Fragile X Syndrome and 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome.

The MIND Institute is classified as one of 15 Intellectual and Developmental Disability Research Centers (IDDRC) in the Nation. The research conducted at the MIND Institute will help develop future directions for treatment strategies and approaches.

The MIND Institute features an on-site Resource Center that is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.

The center offers the community an opportunity to speak with representatives about healthcare and school navigation, transition and IEP services, and support groups.

The center also has various information on a w… [read more]