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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: SACRAMENTO CHAPTERS

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: SACRAMENTO CHAPTERS #65630925


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  • 10535 Hospital Way
    Mather, Sacramento
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  • 24/7 Referral Source for Veterans and their families
    916-591-2518

Disabled American Veterans is an organization of disabled veterans who are focused on building better lives for disabled veterans and their families. The organization accomplishes this goal by providing free assistance to veterans in obtaining benefits and services earned through their military service. It is fully funded through its membership dues and public contributions. It is not a government agency and receives no government funds. We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America's injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life. Providing free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and … [read more]
EMPLEO

EMPLEO #76796150



EMPLEO addresses the concerns of recent immigrants who are not familiar with their workplace rights and responsibilities in the U.S.

EMPLEO is an alliance of community and non-governmental organizations along with state, local, and federal agencies, and the Central American and Mexican consulates providing information and assistance on employment related issues. EMPLEO provides employers and employees with information on federal and state workplace laws.

The EMPLEO program has Spanish-speaking volunteers trained by the partner organizations that can and do assist workers. These volunteers do not work for any governmental agency. They refer callers to the appropriate organization, consulate, or state or federal agency for help. Callers can leave a message in Spanish that will be returned promptly if a volunteer is not immediately available to answer a call.

If you experience problems at work, as follows, help is available for free:
  • Discrimination of any kind (gender, race, natio…
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E-WASTE DROP OFF - IFM

INTERFAITH FOOD MINISTRY #80388383


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  • 440 Henderson Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Recycle e-waste at Interfaith Food Ministry
Thursdays from 7-11am, excluding holidays
Suggested Donation of $10
 
440 Henderson St. Grass Valley, CA (left of the Beam Center)
Easy drive thru & drop off. Pull up to the building and tell a volunteer you have e-waste.
 
All Televisions, Video Games, Computer Monitors, Computers, Fax Machines, Calculators, Desktop Copiers, Cell Phones, Telephones, Printers, Vacuum Cleaners, Speakers, Keyboards, Scanners, Mice, Laptops, Networking Equipment, Power Tools, Misc. Wires and Cords, Small Appliances, Household Phones, Stereo Systems, Medical Equipment and More.
 
Have a Large Amount of E-Waste? Contact Venus at VenusPM.IFM@gmail.com. We might be able to come to you.
FIRE DEPARTMENT/DISTRICT - RRVFD

ROUGH AND READY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT #4661429


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  • 14506 Rough and Ready Highway
    Rough And Ready, Nevada

The Rough and Ready Volunteer Fire Department provides fire protection, emergency rescue services and sand bags in times of floods.
 
FIREHOUSE NO. 1 MUSEUM - NCHS

NEVADA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY #4661637


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  • 214 Main Street
    Nevada City, Nevada
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  • Nevada Co. Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum
    530-470-0902

Provides opportunity for visitors to the Historic Firehouse No. 1, which  was completed in the Spring of 1861, and housed the Nevada Hose Company No. 1 from 1861 to 1938.

Displays historical collections from the history of early Nevada City, including the Nisenan Indians, the Donner Party, the Chinese and daily life in Nevada County, featuring wedding dresses and an ornate miniature doll house.
FIRST CALL HOSPICE - CITRUS HEIGHTS

FIRST CALL HOSPICE #65631274


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  • 6929 Sunrise Boulevard
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento

First Call Hospice provides end of life care to patients in familiar, comfortable and appropriate surroundings.

Patients may receive hospice care in a variety of locations, including their home or a care center.

First Call Hospice serves all of Sacramento County and parts of Placer County. Call for Placer County service areas. 916-725-2580

First Call supports the patient & patient's family during the end of life process and for 13 months after the patient's death.

Care is provided by an interdisciplinary team: doctor, nurse, home health aide, spiritual care provider and volunteer.
FLIGHTS FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT

MIRACLE FLIGHTS FOR KIDS #28314351


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  • 5740 S. Eastern Avenue
    Las Vegas, Clark

Provides financial assistance for medical air transportation allowing children and adults access to specialized medical treatment and second opinions throughout the United States. Provides air travel via commercial airlines so that children may access specialized, out-of-state medical care and second opinions. Flight assistance also provided for parents/legal guardians traveling with the patient. Assistance for adult patients may be available based on funding.
FOOTHILLS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: RESTORE

FOOTHILLS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: RESTORE #65631276


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  • 8292 Industrial Avenue
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Office
    916-797-8673

The ReStore is Foothills Habitat for Humanity's discount building materials outlet.

ReStore offers new and gently used merchandise at reduced prices.

All store inventory is donated by area businesses and homeowners (see a list below).

Inventory is constantly changing and includes top-of-the-line items at bottom line prices. In addition to being a bargain for homeowners, the ReStore is a bargain for the environment. By reusing and repurposing donated items that are still useful, these items are kept out of our landfills.

If you are a business or a homeowner, the ReStore can assist you by accepting tax-deductible donations of your unwanted and excess merchandise.

See below for general information on what they can accept and the donation criteria.

Donation criteria may change so please give us a call.

Donated items must be clean, sellable, in good usable condition and working as intended.

Items they accept include:
  • Building materials such as electrical and plumbing supplies
  • hardware
  • lumber
  • floor…
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FOR KID'S SAKE

A COMMUNITY FOR PEACE #69836454


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  • 6060 Sunrise Vista Drive, Suite 2340
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento
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  • 24-Hour Crisis Line
    916-728-7210

A Community For Peace's program, “For Kid’s Sake”, serves children ages 0-12 who have been impacted by domestic violence and family violence. Our therapeutic play care programs are designed to provide children with a safe environment in which they can heal from the impact of violence, while simultaneously learning new ways to be, with themselves and with others, that are both safe and kind.

IMPACT ON KIDS:  CHILDREN IMPACTED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MAY DISPLAY THE FOLLOWING.
  • Headaches, stomach aches
  • Sleeplessness, fears of going to sleep, nightmares, dreams of danger
  • Anxiety about being hurt or killed
  • Hyper-vigilant about danger
  • Fighting with, or hurting other kids or animals
  • Feelings of loneliness and isolation
  • Temper tantrums, withdrawal from other people and activities
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Substance abuse, suicide attempts
  • Fear of going to school or fear of being separated from their mother
  • Truancy, stealing, frozen watchfulness
  • Acting perfect, over-achie…
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FRAUD & SCAM AVOIDANCE - FEMA

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY #74845844


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  • 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS)
    1-800-621-3362

FEMA Fact Sheet-Beware of Fraud & Scams-September 2021
https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/40186/DR4610CA-FS01-Beware-of-Fraud-and-Scams
 
Disaster survivors should be aware that con artists and criminals may try to obtain money or steal personal information through fraud, scams and identity theft. In some cases, thieves try to register with FEMA using stolen names, addresses and Social Security numbers. FEMA encourages survivors to watch for and report any suspicious activity.
 
FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance
  • Federal and local disaster workers do not solicit or accept money. Do not trust anyone who offers financial help and then asks for money or personal information.
  • Do not disclose information to any unsolicited telephone calls or e-mails from individuals claiming to be FEMA or federal employees. FEMA will not contact you unless you have called FEMA first or applied for assistance.
  • FEMA representatives will ask for Social Security and bank account numbers…
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