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COMMUNITY CENTER - NCSCC

NORTH COLUMBIA SCHOOLHOUSE CULTURAL CENTER #4663492


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  • 17894 Tyler Foote Road
    Nevada City, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-265-2826

North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center is located on the San Juan Ridge in a 130 year old one room Schoolhouse that has been transformed into a cultural center that serves the San Juan Ridge and Nevada County.

Their mission is to sustain the cultural life of the San Juan Ridge through the maintenance of a space for appreciation, education and celebration.

They offer a venue for gatherings, performance, art, and education.

Web pages:
Home - https://www.northcolumbiaschoolhouse.org/
    CONTINUUM OF CARE - HRCS

    HOMELESS RESOURCE COUNCIL OF THE SIERRAS #70134619


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    • Auburn, Placer

    The Roseville/Rocklin/Placer-Nevada Counties Continuum of care promotes community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; provides recommendations for funding to local non-profit providers to quickly re-house homeless individuals and families to minimize trauma and dislocation; promotes access to, and effective utilization of, mainstream resources, and optimizes self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness through coordination and collaboration.

    The Continuum is a broad-based coalition of homeless housing and shelter providers, consumers, advocates and government representatives, working together to shape planning and decision-making.

    The Roseville/Rocklin/Placer-Nevada Counties Continuum of Care system consists of six core components including:
    • Advocacy on behalf of those who are homeless or are at-risk of homelessness
    • A system of outreach, assessment and prevention for determining the needs and conditions of an individual or family who is h…
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    COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA) - NEVADA COUNTY

    CHILD ADVOCATES OF NEVADA COUNTY #4661161


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    • 200 Providence Mine Road, Suite 210
      Nevada City, Nevada

    The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program coordinates volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who are dependents of the Nevada County Juvenile Dependency Court, helping to ensure they have a chance to live in a safe and permanent home.

    People from all walks of life may apply to be CASA volunteers. Concern for children, willingness to learn about the child welfare and court systems, a commitment of 10-15 hours a month, good writing and communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively are some of what’s needed to be a CASA. 

    Contact the CASA program for an application packet. Application includes a personal interview and comprehensive background check. Trainings for the CASA Program are held in the spring and fall; however interested persons can apply at any time. Volunteers must have driver's license and current insurance. 

    Volunteer application and duties include: complete background check and 35 hour training plus 12 hours annually of … [read more]
    COVID-19 WORKPLACE RESOURCES - CAL OSHA

    CALIFORNIA OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) #70750526


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    • Cal/OSHA Headquarters
      Oakland, Alameda
    local_phone
    • Cal/OSHA Headquarters
      510-286-7000

    The Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), better known as Cal/OSHA, is responsible for the following:
    • Protection and improvement of the health and safety of working men and women in California
    • Protection and improvement of the safety of passengers riding on elevators, amusement rides, and tramways
    • Setting and enforcing standards
    • Providing outreach, education, and assistance
    • Issuing permits, licenses, certifications, registrations, and approvals

    Contact Cal/OSHA - https://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh/Contactus.html
    (Cal/OSHA Branches, Cal/OSHA Units, and Cal/OSHA Headquarters contact information)

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    COVID-19 Resources

    Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Guidance and Resources - https://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh/coronavirus/

    Workplace safety and health regulations in California require employers to take steps to protect workers exposed to infectious diseases like the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), which is widespread in the community. Cal/OSHA has poste… [read more]
    CRISIS INTERVENTION SUPPORT - SIERRA COMMUNITY HOUSE

    SIERRA COMMUNITY HOUSE #64062775


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    • 948 Incline Way
      Incline Village, Washoe

    Sierra Community House offers Crisis Intervention - https://sierracommunityhouse.org/our-services/crisis-intervention-prevention/

    24-hour Help Line at 800-736-1060.

    You may also call the national Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988. For more resources please visit the Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition at www.tahoelifeline.org.

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    Formerly known as Tahoe SAFE Alliance, Sierra Community House’s Crisis Intervention is dedicated to serving victims of intimate partner / domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. All services are free and available in multiple languages. Sierra Community House will not discriminate against anyone based on actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender, or disability. All of our services are designed to empower victims in reclaiming their rights and to provide the tools individuals and families nee… [read more]
    CRISIS/REPORT CHILD WELFARE SERVICES LINE - COUNTY OF PLACER

    CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67779198


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    • 11434 B Avenue, Suite 300
      Auburn, Placer

    Children's System Of Care (CSOC) has a Crisis/Child Welfare Services (CWS) Report Line to meet the special needs of children and youth who may be at risk, and their families, in Placer County.

    CHILDREN EMERGENCY SERVICES - Placer County Crisis & Emergency Services
    If your life is in danger or you need to report an emergency situation, call 911.


    A telephone call can bring help in a crisis. For at-risk children in emergencies and crisis situations, a special 24-hour, 7-day a week, response program is available by calling Family and Children's Services: 916-872-6549 or toll free 866-293-1940.

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    DEAF ACCESS PROGRAM - CDSS

    CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #4661994


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    • 744 P Street
      Sacramento, Sacramento
    local_phone
    • Phone 1
      916-651-8848

    The Deaf Access Program provides the following services:
    • Communication Services - sign language interpreters and translation of documents for deaf clients with low language skills
    • Advocacy Services
    • Job Development and Placement
    • Information and Referral
    • Counseling
    • Independent Living Skills Instruction
    • Community Education
    Web pagesREGION VII - NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (NorCal)
    4044 N. Freeway Blvd.
    Sacramento, CA 95834
    916-349-7500 (Voice)
    916-993-3048 (Videophone)
    916-550-9355 (Videophone P3)
    Email:piar@dss.ca.gov
    Website: www.norcalcenter.org
    DEL ORO CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER

    DEL ORO CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER #4662608


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    • 8421 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265
      Citrus Heights, Sacramento

    Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center supports family caregivers of adults with chronic and disabling conditions or diseases.

    Founded in 1987, Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center is part of a statewide system of resource centers serving family caregivers. Del Oro covers California’s Gold Country Counties — Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba — and is an independent, private, non-profit program funded by the Department of Health Care Services, Agency on Aging, Area 4, grants and private contributions.

    Del Oro is dedicated to serving families caring for an adult with a cognitive impairing condition that occurred after the age of 18 (e.g., Dementia, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, and frail older adults) in various counties.

    MISSION
    Our mission is to improve the well-being of caregivers and provide support throughout the caregiving process.

    Services include:
    • Family c…
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    DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS: EBENEFITS

    US DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS #65630922


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    • 3046 Prospect Park
      Rancho Cordova, Sacramento

    Apply online for VA compensation, pension, education, pension, housing, education, training, healthcare, insurance, burial, and vocational rehabilitation benefits.

    Websites:
    DIABETES PROGRAM - CHAPA-DE

    CHAPA-DE INDIAN HEALTH #79069152


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    • 11670 Atwood Rd
      Auburn, Placer

    Chapa-De patients are invited to participate in our group classes and education programs that focus on the prevention and management of diabetes. As a department, it is our mission to help patients establish health goals and provide you with tools and support you need to accomplish those goals. You can take charge of your health and make improvements for you and your family. Making just a few changes can lead to big results.

    Our team includes:
    • Dietitians
    • Nurse Case Managers
    • Lifestyle Coaches who provide information, support, and tips on eating healthy, exercising, and improving overall health and wellbeing
    We also provide a variety of wellness programs, classes, and support groups throughout the year. Many services and groups are available virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about our program at: https://chapa-de.org/diabetes-program And visit our class calendar at: https://chapa-de.org/chapa-de-class-calendar