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DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED SERVICES - ACRC

ALTA CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CENTER #4661663


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  • 2241 Harvard Street Suite 100
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Grass Valley
    530-272-4231

ACRC provides lifelong services for people with developmental disabilities.

Services:
  • Assessment diagnosis and evaluation 
  • Early intervention services for at-risk infants and their families, serving children from 0 to 3 years of age who have developmental delay, who are at risk for developmental delay, or have developmental disabilities.
  • Genetic counseling
  • Service coordination (case management) 
  • Information and referral
  • Individual program planning 
  • Residential care
  • Out-of-home placement and follow-up
  • Consultation to public and private agencies serving individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Clients of Alta California Regional Center may be eligible to participate in programs at the Neighborhood Center of the Arts. NCA offers a studio program and gallery display for adult artists with developmental disabilities. NCA is funded through Alta California Regional Center therefore, each participant must be a consumer of Alta to attend program. The adult developmen…
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FOSTER YOUTH SERVICES - KEYS PROGRAM - PCOE

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION #65631039


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  • 360 Nevada Street
    Auburn, Placer
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  • County Cell Phone
    916-390-3684

Kaleidoscope of Employment for Youth Success - KEYS is a collaborative project between the Placer County Office of Education Foster Youth Services (FYS), the Department of Rehabilitation, and PRIDE Industries. This program is designed to ensure successful employment outcomes for foster youth, ages 16-19, who have significant barriers to employment.​​

Placer County foster youth, ages 16-19 years old, are matched with individual Job Developers who provide pre-employment support and assistance with obtaining and retaining employment local in a field of interest.

Eligible youth must have a significant barrier to gaining employment, including a mental health diagnosis, physical disability or special education designation. Proof of eligibility will be requested.
GENERATOR AND BATTERY REBATE PROGRAM - PG&E

PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY #75616870


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  • 300 Lakeside Drive
    Oakland, Alameda
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  • 24-hour Emergency Reporting
    800-743-5000

Qualifications for the Residential Generator and Battery Rebate Program (GBRP) are as follows:
Customer must have a Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) active Electric account tied to a qualifying address (Site), has not participated in PG&E’s Customer Resiliency Programs which include the California Foundation of Independent Living Centers Disability Disaster Access and Resources Program, the Portable Battery Program, and the Self-Generation Incentive Program AND customer must meet ONE of the following criteria: [read more]
HATE INCIDENT & HATE CRIME REPORTING - CA vs. HATE

CALIFORNIA CIVIL RIGHTS DEPARTMENT #83807907


CA vs. Hate is a non-emergency hate incident and hate crime reporting program. Victims and witnesses can report via phone, hotline, or web page.

To report a hate incident or hate crime, anonymously if you wish:
  • call 833-866-4283 (833-8NO-HATE) - you may speak to a live person Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm Pacific Time
  • or report online at https://stophate.calcivilrights.ca.gov/s/. Additional info and links to many resources are also on this page.
Whether or not you report anonymously, your identity will not be disclosed. The only exception to non-disclosure is if a report is made of child abuse, elder abuse, or activities indicating an imminent risk of violence.

The primary goals of this program are to ensure that victims and witnesses have access to needed services and that hate crimes and incidents get reported.

What is the difference between a hate crime and a hate incident?
Sources: https://oag.ca.gov/hatecrimes and https://calcivilrights.ca.gov/ca-vs-hate-faq/

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HOME START EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR FAMILIES - ROSEVILLE - VOA-NCCN

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN NEVADA #68832565


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  • 410 Riverside Ave.
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Placer County Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-375-2237 (833-3PLACER)

To stay at Volunteers of America Family Shelter, a referral through the Coordinated Entry system is required. To receive a referral, call the Placer County Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-375-2237 (833-3PLACER).

Volunteers of America Family Shelter, Home Start Inc. is a non-profit emergency shelter (operating 24/7, 365 days a year) for homeless families in Placer County.

Services include
  • Intensive Case Management Services
  • Housing advocacy
  • Housing placement services
  • Individual units – so rather than a nomadic shelter, each family will have their own unit
  • Food (as needed)
  • Support
  • Live in-person support – after hours
  • Life skills groups
  • Ready to rent certified training
  • Extensive housing placement services
Intakes
  • Mon-Fri
  • Intakes no later than noon
  • Emergency cases – intakes after noon
  • No walk-ins
Animals
Only service dogs are allowed. Owners must present relevant documents prior to the dog being allowed on property. Documents include a service animal training certificate, shot … [read more]
HOUSING SERVICES - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #69164500


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  • 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.
INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #4662914


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  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

FREED Independent Living Center offers advocacy, information, referral, and assistance with aging and disability issues.

Web pagesThis resource is eligible for electronic referral.
INDIVIDUALS AND HOUSEHOLDS PROGRAM - FEMA

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY #74342480


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  • Washington, District Of Columbia
local_phone
  • 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS)
    1-800-621-3362

FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program (IHP) provides financial and direct services to eligible individuals and households affected by a disaster, who have uninsured or under-insured necessary expenses and serious needs. IHP assistance is not a substitute for insurance and cannot compensate for all losses caused by a disaster. The assistance is intended to meet your basic needs and supplement disaster recovery efforts.

IHP Assistance may include:
  • Funds for temporary housing while you are unable to live in your home, such as rental assistance, or reimbursement for hotel costs
  • A temporary housing unit, if approved for the disaster, when you are not able to use rental assistance due to a lack of available housing resources
  • Funds to support the repair or replacement of owner-occupied homes that serve as the household’s primary residence, including privately-owned access routes, such as driveways, roads, or bridges
  • Funds for other uninsured or under-insured disaster-caused expenses …
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IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES (IHSS) - ASOC

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67935046


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  • 11434 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
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  • Phone 1
    530-889-7115

IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES (IHSS)

The In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program will help pay for services provided to you so that you can remain safely in your own home. To be eligible, you must be over 65 years of age, disabled, or blind. Disabled children are also potentially eligible for IHSS. IHSS is considered an alternative to out-of-home care, such as nursing homes or board and care facilities.

View the IHSS brochure (PDF) for more information. https://www.placer.ca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/3775/In-Home-Suport-Services-Brochure-PDF

The types of services which can be authorized through IHSS include:
  • Accompaniment to medical appointments
  • Grocery shopping
  • Housecleaning
  • Laundry
  • Meal preparation
  • Personal care services (such as bowel and bladder care, bathing, grooming, and paramedical services)
  • Protective supervision for the mentally impaired
Important COVID19 Information
COVID19 Letter to Recipients - https://www.placer.ca.gov/Doc… [read more]
LEGAL ASSISTANCE - LSNC

LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA #4663093


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  • Legal Services of Northern California - Auburn Office
    Auburn, Placer

Legal Services of Northern California provides consultations, in-person or by telephone, on legal issues. LSNC serves Nevada and Placer counties. Not all services are available in both counties.

LSNC provides free legal assistance to low-income people who meet eligibility requirements. Services range from referrals to representation, depending upon the client's needs, LSNC priorities, and resources available.

LSNC provides counsel, advice, and representation to low-income individuals and seniors involving:
  • Welfare
  • Housing
  • Social security
  • Medi-Cal/Medicare
  • Civil rights/discrimination
  • Disability rights
  • Consumer rights
  • Debt and credit issues
  • Simple estate planning
  • Elder abuse
NOTE: LSNC does NOT take divorce/family law cases, criminal, conservatorship, or small claims cases.

Eligibility criteria - Must meet LSNC income guidelines. Annual income must be no more than 125% of Federal Poverty Level guidelines. Some people over 125% but under 200% FPL may qualify for services, if o… [read more]