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K9'S 4 KIDS - CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY

CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY #68810610


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  • 3715 Atherton Road, Suite 1
    Rocklin, Placer

The K9's 4 Kids​ program gives children who are experiencing trauma a chance to love and be loved by a trained therapy dog and experience normalcy in a stressful environment. A dog facilitates an acceptable emotional connection for youth who have a hard time connecting with others.

A therapy dog team includes a dog, a handler, and a companion volunteer – typically a CASA volunteer.

Child Advocates of Placer County's teams visit:
  • Juvenile Detention Facility (for probation youth) every Friday afternoon 
  • Koinonia Emergency Placement homes (for kids who have recently been detained from their families due to abuse or neglect) every Tuesday

In order to expand the K9's 4 Kids program to transitional housing programs and other sites, Child Advocates of Placer County is looking for people who have a trained dog to join. If you are interested in participating in the K9’s 4 Kids program, follow the steps listed here: https://casaplacer.org/k9s-4-kids/

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CALWORKS - COUNTY OF PLACER

CALWORKS - COUNTY OF PLACER #65630890


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  • 11542 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-889-7610

CalWORKs is a public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child(ren) in the home. The program serves all 58 counties in the state and is operated locally by county welfare departments.

The County of Placer has four CalWORKs offices: Rocklin, Carnelian Bay (Tahoe), and two in Auburn. Services available at each location differ. See detail below.

If a family has little or no cash and needs housing, food, utilities, clothing or medical care, they may be eligible to receive immediate short-term help. Families that apply and qualify for ongoing assistance receive money each month to help pay for housing, food and other necessary expenses.

The amount of a family‘s monthly assistance payment depends on a number of factors, including the number of people who are eligible and the special needs of any of those family members. The income of the family is considered in calculating the amount of cash aid the family receives.

Generally, servic… [read more]
COVID-19 GUIDANCE LINKS - PCPHD

PLACER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH #67791207


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  • 11484 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • PCPHD COVID-19 Hotline
    1-530-886-5310

Placer County Public Health Division provides COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic information, guidance, and resources online at the county's website: https://www.placer.ca.gov. For information about COVID-19, you may also call 530-886-5310. Placer County aligns with state guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

Placer County Public Health Division sources of information:
CURRENT UPDATES

Face Coverings Guidance
As of 2/15/2022
California’s indoor masking requirement will expire after Feb. 15, 2022, reverting to the previous guidance requiring masking for unvaccinated individuals in all indoor public settings and all individuals in higher risk settings.
  • More information from the California Department of Public Health: https://www…
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HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (RENTAL ASSISTANCE) - ROCKLIN, PLACER COUNTY

HUMAN SERVICES - COUNTY OF PLACER #77782007


Housing Choice Voucher program is a part of Human Services, one of six Divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services.

The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) formerly known as the Section 8 Voucher Program, is a rental assistance program to help low and very low-income families, persons with disabilities, and seniors so they can live in affordable, safe, and decent housing. This program covers all of Placer County with the exception of the City of Roseville. The City of Roseville has its own Housing Authority.

Pre-applications will only be taken online during open application periods. All inquiries, questions, and applications can be made as follows:
Web pages: [read more]
HOUSING COMPLAINTS - COUNTY OF PLACER

HUMAN SERVICES - COUNTY OF PLACER #75423348


For any complaints related to housing or shelter providers in Placer County, you may contact:

Aaron Cadore
HHS Program Manager
Housing/Homeless Services
Adult System of Care
(530) 886-2974

Housing complaints include but, are not limited to:
  • Homeless shelters
  • Transitional housing programs
  • Other housing providers

Your input is valued. Providing your complaint/s to Aaron is a way for your complaint/s to be heard and recognized outside of the organization that you may have an issue with.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING - EMM

EVERYONE MATTERS MINISTRIES #73793327


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  • 3031 Stanford Ranch Road 2-420
    Rocklin, Placer

Our transitional housing program provides up to 12 months for each household in a recreational vehicle.

Everyone Matters Ministries provides:
  • A safe space for individuals, couples, or families to live for up to 12 months
  • Weekly boxes of food
  • ​Financial literacy
  • Increased employability
  • Emotional and spiritual support

Transitional Housing:
Through a fleet of Recreational Vehicles or RV's, we are able to provide a transitional housing environment to individuals, couples, or families to have a safe space to live for up to 12 months. We want to help them experience safety, love, and healing so they can overcome the hurdles that led to their circumstances of homelessness.

Requirements:
Each household is required to pay a small program fee, meet with a mentor/case manager, must have a part- or full-time job, and save money each month towards future housing.

Food Ministry:
Every Friday, we partner with the Placer Food Bank to provide large boxes of food to each household in our progra… [read more]
COMPASSION PLANET

COMPASSION PLANET #65631250


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  • 5505 Whitney Boulevard
    Rocklin, Placer
local_phone
  • Compassion Planet
    916-630-9344

Compassion Planet serves aged-out foster and at risk youth by addressing needs such as housing, life skills, coping skills, nutrition and employment through over 1,200 hours in our year-long intensive Mentor Program.

Trainees are employed by Compassion Planet at Deer Creek Farm and Compassion Thrift Store where a variety of skills training, work experience and an individualized growth plan for each trainee is developed and tracked. Social workers, trauma informed staff and trained volunteers work alongside our trainees in an occupational environment, which provides a controlled setting to discover how everyday life choices can impact future employment, goals and dreams. This hands-on approach gives Compassion Planet the opportunity to address whole-life principles such as finances, decision-making, health, hygiene, communication, nutrition, manners, healthy relationships, character, ethics, and leadership in addition to providing the needed coaching in career development.

Upon gradua… [read more]
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: AFFORDABLE PURCHASE PROGRAM

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631237


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Roseville Housing
    916-774-5270

Roseville has established a 10 percent affordable housing goal (a combination of purchase and rental) in an effort to create a partnership with the development and business communities in providing housing for low to middle income families.

There is a list of subdivisions that still have an obligation for affordable units but they may not have been built or marketed yet. There is information on their website on how to sign up for email notification when affordable purchase units, whether new or resale, become available.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65631238


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer

The City of Roseville's 10 percent affordable housing goal includes affordable rental units to provide rental housing for low to middle income families. Affordable Rental Housing Development Agreements (ARHDA), Regulatory Agreements and Owner Participation Agreements are the mechanisms by which affordable units are identified. The agreements require affordability be maintained for a specific time period. City staff monitors each agreement on an annual basis to ensure compliance and reports its findings to the City Council during a public hearing.
CITY OF ROSEVILLE: ASSISTANCE TO FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #65630903


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  • 311 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-774-5475

The First Time Home Buyer Down Payment Assistance Program (FTHB) is designed to promote home ownership for low income, first time homebuyers. Down payment assistance is in the form of a deferred loan (second mortgage), not due and payable until sale, transfer of property or 30 years, whichever happens first. Maximum assistance will be in the amount of $60,000. Contact the City of Roseville to inquire if there are funds available. We always accept applications to add interested buyers to our waiting list.