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HOUSING INFO & PROGRAMS - GRASS VALLEY

CITY OF GRASS VALLEY #76723800


location_on A
  • 125 East Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

First Time Homebuyer Program
The City of Grass Valley First Time Homebuyer program can help low income households purchase their first home. Funding can help people qualify for a loan and assist with down payment and closing costs. This City of Grass Valley program is managed by Michael Baker Interntional.

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HOUSING SERVICES - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #69164500


location_on B
  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

If you need assistance in finding accessible and affordable housing, FREED can provide:
  • Help in developing housing search strategies
  • Information about Section 8 and other subsidized and low income housing
  • Information and referrals to other community housing resources
  • Help in filling out apartment application forms
  • Assistance in understanding your housing rights as a person with a disability
Web pagesThis resource is eligible for electronic referral.
MATERNAL, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH (MCAH) - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661943


location_on A
  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Jeana McHugh
    530-847-8293

The Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program provides pregnant parents and families with young children free home visits that are tailored to the families' specific needs.

Nurses can meet families in the comfort of their own home or by phone to provide:
  • Information about health, caring for your baby, breast/chest feeding, development, parenting, safety, family planning and more
  • Links to local services for healthcare, housing, food, transportation, day care, etc.
  • See web page for programs and details
    • Moving Beyond Depression - One-on-one Perinatal  Depression Treatment for families in a home visiting program
    • Becoming Us - Four session class for to-be parents on
      building a strong relationship before baby arrives
    • Parent Meetup
    • Infant / Baby Feeding Support Group - Lactation support, baby weights and feeding questions
    • Nurse Home Visiting - Resource navigation, breastfeeding support, health assessments, parenting information
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TRANSITION SERVICES - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #53369256


location_on B
  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

FREED offers services to assist a consumer as they transition from an institution into the community setting of their choice. This could include a move from a hospital, licensed skilled nursing facility, intermediate care facility for the developmentally disabled, state hospital for the mentally ill, developmental center, emergency shelter, temporary housing, or a California veterans home.

The program offers navigation to resources for financial support, case management, and assistive technology items to ensure a safe transition home.

Web pagesThis resource is eligible for electronic referral.
YOUNG PARENTS PROGRAM - NJUHSD

NEVADA JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #49987229


location_on A
  • 140 Park Ave
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Text
    530-615-0308

Nevada County expectant and/or parenting youth, age 19 and younger, both male and female, are eligible to receive free case management services regardless of school attendance or school enrollment. Must be Nevada County residents.

Comprehensive case management services are designed to provide support in a variety of areas including but not limited to the following: education, health, childcare, transportation, housing, parenting skills, child development, and resources referral.

The program is run through the high school district, however school attendance and enrollment are not criteria for enrollment. The program is NOT site specific. The Young Parents Program is a district program and is offered to all sites listed in the High School District.
HOSPITALITY HOUSE SHELTER - GRASS VALLEY

HOSPITALITY HOUSE #4661715


location_on C
  • 1262 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    833-375-2237

Hospitality House offers a year-round, temporary, overnight emergency shelter for homeless residents of Western Nevada County who have lived in the county for 45 days or more. ID not required.

Services available to those who are staying at the shelter include:
  • Emergency shelter
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Job training
  • Customized case management
  • Mental health counseling
  • Enrichment classes
  • Transportation
  • Housing assistance

Intakes
  • 7 days a week (based on availability)

Animals
  • Hospitality House accepts approved pets. Contact Hospitality House or ask a 211 call agent for details of the pet policy.
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NOTE: 211 gets inquiries about the apartments behind Safeway. Brunswick Commons is the apartment complex  on Old Tunnel Rd behind the Safeway, etc in Grass Valley. Members of the general public cannot apply for units because the complex is entirely devoted to people who are clients of Hospitality House, Turning Point, or Nevada County Behavioral Health. People who ma… [read more]
HOUSING RESILIENCY PROGRAM - SPEC

SPIRIT PEER EMPOWERMENT CENTER #85845010


location_on D
  • 276 Gates Place
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Spirit Peer Empowerment Center offers a Housing Resiliency program. Contact them for details.

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SUPPORT SERVICES, GROUPS, AND ACTIVITIES - SPEC

SPIRIT PEER EMPOWERMENT CENTER #15084807


location_on D
  • 276 Gates Place
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Spirit Peer Empowerment Center offers support groups for people experiencing homelessness and/or mental health challenges.

Support services include:
  • Staff can administer naloxone Narcan in case of opioid overdose (naloxone is the drug, Narcan is a brand)
  • Housing Circle - assists with completing low income apartment applications, Craigslist searching, housing advocacy, and more. Call 530-274-1431 for meeting time info.
  • WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) education, an eight week course supporting individuals to succeed at the goals they set for themselves, including looking at triggers and addictions and ways to get beyond them
  • Food distribution to those in need
  • Hot showers for program participants - They offer 5 showers per day, 10am-1:30pm. It's recommended to be there a bit before they open at 10am to get one as they are first come, first served. Shower is ADA-compliant, but not roll in. Please notify in advance if needed.
  • Laundry facilities for program participa…
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211-CALL CENTERS-CALIFORNIA & USA

CONNECTING POINT #68869729


local_phone
  • Find your County's 211 in CA
    866-346-3211 (866-FIND-211)
  • After-Hours
    2-1-1


211 Connecting Point can refer people to other 211 call centers in California and around the USA. 211 Contact Center Representatives can access a PDF document for California that contains County, Phone Number, Lead Entity, Website, and State Region served. To find contact centers around the United States visit https://www.211.org/about-us/your-local-211

You can also call 866-FIND-211 (866-346-3211) to find your county's 211 in California. Your call can be transferred to your local 2-1-1.

(Note: If you work at a 2-1-1 in California and would like your county to route appropriately through the 866-find-211 phone line, please contact Eve Hamilton at ehamilton@icfs.org.)

 
California 211 Direct Phone Numbers
2‑1‑1 is a free telephone number providing access to local community services.
2‑1‑1 is available in multiple languages, allowing people access to information and to obtain referrals for resources such as physical and mental health, housing, utility, food…
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211-COORDINATED ENTRY - PLACER COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671720


local_phone
  • Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-3PLACER (833-375-2237)

Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.

Coordinated Entry intakes can be completed by calling our Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-3PLACER (833-375-2237).

For additional resources to help with homelessness, you may also call our 24 hour Contact Center at 833-DIAL211 (833-342-5211).