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DISASTERASSISTANCE.GOV - FEMA

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY #78777823


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  • Federal Emergency Management Agency
    Oakland, Alameda

The mission of the Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP) is to provide disaster survivors with information, support, services, and a means to access and apply for disaster assistance through joint data-sharing efforts between federal, tribal, state, local, and private sector partners. Their goal is to improve survivor access to disaster information and make applying for disaster assistance easier. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), acts as the managing partner.

DAIP launched a website called DisasterAssistance.gov. The site allows you to: [read more]
DOG/CAT REHOMING - SCOOTER'S PALS

SCOOTER'S PALS #4664064


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  • 534 Brunswick Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Scooter's Pals offers numerous programs for dogs.

Rescue & Adoption Program — Scooter's Pals rescues dogs scheduled to die in high-kill shelters. They spay/neuter, fully vaccinate, and give any vet care needed. They also provide foster care or interim boarding, including all food and vet care, till a good-fit, adoptive family is found.

As soon as a dog is deemed ready to be adopted, they add the dog's write--up, photo(s), and foster contact info to our Adoptable listings on Petfinder.com.

Their dedicated adoption team carefully reviews the adoption applications received for each dog (applications are required). They also conduct interviews and do a home check in an effort to find the best, good-fit match for each dog and each family, too.

Training & Rehabilitation Program — Most of the dogs Scooter Pals rescue need some socializing. They come to us from a shelter experience that is frightening and sometimes traumatic.  Because Scooter's Pals is foster hone based, t… [read more]
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVOR SERVICES - CBV

COMMUNITY BEYOND VIOLENCE #4662638


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  • 1020 McCourtney Road, Suite C
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Community Beyond Violence provides many services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, and dating violence.

24-HOUR CRISIS LINE - 530-272-3467
Text - 530-290-6555 
Chat - rc.chat/cbv
Business line - 530-272-2046

Services include
  • 24/7 crisis counseling
  • Shelter and safe housing (pet friendly) for up to 90 days
  • Support groups
  • Food, clothing, and transportation
  • Accompaniment and advocacy
  • Legal services - CBV assists with preparation of Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs) and accompanies clients to court and mediation appointments. Accompanies victims through the court process and connects them with support systems such as the Nevada County Victim Witness.
  • Referrals to additional services
  • SART (exam following sexual assault, rape kit, etc) - ​SART stands for Sexual Assault Response Team
Web pages from above with visible url links--… [read more]
DROP-IN BENEFITS APPLICATION ASSISTANCE - NEVADA COUNTY DSS

NEVADA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #89336133


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  • DSS office - 950 Maidu Avenue
    Nevada City, Nevada
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  • Phone 1
    530-265-1340

Drop-in benefits information and application assistance is provided by the Navigator team from the Nevada County Department of Social Services at three libraries each month. Stop by if you need help enrolling in, or renewing your participation in, benefits programs such as

  • Cash Assistance - CalWORKs & more
  • Food Assistance - CalFresh
  • Healthcare - Medi-Cal
  • Housing
  • In-Home Supportive Services
  • Veterans Services

While these resources are always available to the public, having them all together during the Services Drop-In allows you to learn, at the same meeting, such things as what kind of support is available for seniors, how you can proceed with child support, and which doctors take your insurance. These are drop-in services and no appointment is necessary.

Social Services Drop-In days and locations

  • Grass Valley Library, 207 Mill St, Grass Valley, CA 95945, 530-273-4117
    • First Tuesdays, 10:30am-12:30pm
    • First Saturdays, 10am-2pm
  • Madelyn Helling Library, 980 Helling Way, Nevada City, CA 95959,…
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EDUCATIONAL SERVICES - NCSOS

NEVADA COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS #85976523


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  • 380 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-478-6400

The Nevada County Superintendent of Schools (NCSOS) offers many educational services including programs on web pages listed below.

Web pages

EMERGENCY WARMING CENTER - TRUCKEE - NC HHSA

NEVADA COUNTY HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY #4663835


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  • Joseph Center, 2nd Floor
    Truckee, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-807-8818

The Emergency Warming Center (EWC) in Truckee is scheduled to be open every Tue, Wed, and Thu through Thu 3/28/24 AND any other nights when weather triggers opening until 3/31/24.


WEATHER TRIGGERS FOR THE EWC TO OPEN

  • A temperature of 15 degrees F. or less with windchill
  • One foot or more of snow predicted overnight
  • Other severe or extreme weather condition/s as forecasted by the National Weather Service such as heavy rain or winds
  • and sufficient staff and volunteer coverage

See NOAA.gov forecast for zip code 96161: https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.3216&lon=-120.1688#.YXGNahrMI2w

  • This is an Emergency Shelter for unhoused adults 18+ years.
  • People who have housing but are stranded are unable to stay at the EWC.
  • Families with children under 18 are unable to stay at the EWC but can call the program phone for resources.
  • If someone is housed but fleeing a domestic violence situation, they can call the Sierra Community House helpline 24/7 at 800-736-1060.


IF/WHEN OPEN
6pm to 7:…

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EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING, AND BUSINESS SERVICES - NCBCN

NEVADA COUNTY BUSINESS AND CAREER NETWORK #4663791


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  • 988 McCourtney Rd
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Grass Valley Office
    530-265-7088

Alliance for Workforce Development offers services through the Nevada County Business and Career Network offices

Employment resources include:
  • Resource center with access to computers, a printer machine, job listings, staff assistance, and referral forms to specific programs
  • Youth employment and on-the-job training
  • Career guidance
  • Unemployment assistance (computer help with EDD claims and contacts for EDD)
  • Workshops for:
    • Resumes
    • Basic computer skills
    • Job search
  • Training assistance and assessment
  • Special funding to assist workers impacted by COVID-19 (email covid19customer@ncen.org)
  • May be able to assist with:
    • Child care
    • Housing
    • Utility assistance
    • Transportation assistance
    • Tools
    • Telework equipment
    • and more
Opportunities for Business Services include:
  • Job listings
  • Human Resources assistance and information
  • Hiring assistance
  • Referrals
    Web pagesIf you are outside AFWD's service area of Nevada County (an… [read more]
    ENHANCED CARE MANAGEMENT & COMMUNITY SUPPORTS SERVICES - ASOC - AUBURN, CA

    ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67252782


    Placer County Adult System of Care (ASOC) is a provider for Enhanced Care Management (ECM) and Community Supports Services (CSS). ECM provides comprehensive case management to Medi-Cal beneficiaries with the goal of linking people to important services such as healthcare, mental healthcare, housing services, and benefit programs. The goal of the Community Support Services programs is to help people find and maintain stable housing. Both ECM and CSS are under the CalAIM umbrella.

    The target populations served by Placer ECM and CSS are adults over the age of 18 who:

    • are experiencing homelessness, and/or
    • have a serious mental illness (SMI) and/or a substance use disorder (SUD)

    To learn more about ECM and CSS you can go to the State’s web page or contact your managed care plan. If you would like to be referred to ECM and/or CSS contact your Managed Care Plan. Partnership HealthPlan of California, and Kaiser Permanente (for people who were with KP as their managed care provider BEF…

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    ENHANCED CARE MANAGEMENT & COMMUNITY SUPPORTS SERVICES - ASOC - ROSEVILLE, CA

    ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #82008388


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    • 101 Cirby Hills Drive
      Roseville, Placer

    Placer County Adult System of Care (ASOC) is a provider for Enhanced Care Management (ECM) and Community Supports Services (CSS). ECM provides comprehensive case management to Medi-Cal beneficiaries with the goal of linking people to important services such as healthcare, mental healthcare, housing services, and benefit programs. The goal of the Community Support Services programs is to help people find and maintain stable housing. Both ECM and CSS are under the CalAIM umbrella.

    The target populations served by Placer ECM and CSS are adults over the age of 18 who:

    • are experiencing homelessness, and/or
    • have a serious mental illness (SMI) and/or a substance use disorder (SUD)

    To learn more about ECM and CSS you can go to the State’s web page or contact your managed care plan. If you would like to be referred to ECM and/or CSS contact your Managed Care Plan. Partnership HealthPlan of California, and Kaiser Permanente (for people who were with KP as their managed care provider BEFORE 1/1/24…

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    ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - COUNTY OF PLACER - AUBURN

    ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - COUNTY OF PLACER #65631034


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    • 11434 B Avenue, Suite 400
      Auburn, Placer
    local_phone
    • Auburn
      530-745-2300

    ​Environmental Health is a Division of County of Placer Health & Human Services. Environmental Health specialists regularly monitor and inspect the below for health and safety standards:
    • Restaurants, food trucks, grocery stores, convenience stores, caterers and food vendors at community events
    • Public swimming pools, spas and body art facilities
    • Landfills, transfer stations, and facilities storing waste tires
    • Gas stations, vehicle repair shops and other commercial facilities that store and dispose of hazardous materials like oil, gasoline and diesel
    • Water well installations
    • Septic system installations
    • Contaminated site clean ups
    • Small public water suppliers
    Environmental Health also responds to and investigates incidents and complaints regarding:
    • Chemical spills
    • Food poisoning - For food poisoning complaints please call Environmental Health directly at 530-745-2300. Be prepared to provide a three day food history.
    • Garbage
    • Public pools or spas
    • Restaurants and othe…
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