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EVICTION MORATORIUM INFORMATION - NOLO

NOLO #71285600


AB-2179 extension temporarily protects tenants who submitted applications for rental assistance from eviction. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=202120220AB2179:
  • Applications for Housing is Key closed on 3/31/22.
  • Tenants who applied for Housing is Key on or before 3/31/22 can't be evicted for non-payment while their application is pending.
  • Tenants who have been denied assistance can be evicted.
  • Tenants can also be evicted for other reasons like causing a nuisance, etc.
  • The extension only applies to rent due before 4/1/22. Tenants are expected to pay 100% of rent due from 4/1/22 going forward.
  • The extension ends on June 30, 2022.
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COVID-19, California Eviction Moratoriums (Bans) and Tenant Protections -
https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/coronavirus-covid-19-california-eviction-bans-and-tenant-protections.html
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FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER - PENN VALLEY - NCSOS

NEVADA COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS #12824348


location_on A
  • 10862 Spenceville Road
    Penn Valley, Nevada

The PARTNERS Family Resource Center (FRC) provides a place for families in the Penn Valley area to connect, learn, and play. Assists families with child development, parenting support, counseling, education, employment tools, and community resources.

NOTE: The FRC does NOT have any housing resources and does NOT have any gift cards, gas cards, etc.

The FRC does offer public use computers, resource and lending libraries, Spanish language translation services, a play area, diapers, and a clothes closet.

Offers playgroups Wednesday and Thursday from 10-11:30am for families with children ages 0-5. Offers weekly activities for older children. Call for details.

This is a First 5 Nevada County program.
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to… [read more]
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER - SAN JUAN RIDGE - NCSOS

NEVADA COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS #4661937


location_on B
  • 18847 Oak Tree Road
    Nevada City, Nevada

The San Juan Ridge Family Resource Center (FRC) provides families in the San Juan Ridge area with information and referrals to local resources, services, and facilities on a drop-in basis for visitors of all ages.

NOTE: The FRC does NOT have any housing resources and does NOT have any gift cards, gas cards, etc.


Services the FRC does offer include: computer, phone, fax, printer, children's play space, clothes closet, food pantry, diapers, lending and reference libraries, information, referrals, parenting support, weekly children's playgroup, summer camps, adult yoga, children's dance classes, and periodic events.   Call for more information.  
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
FOSTER CARE & ADOPTION SERVICES - EA

EA FAMILY SERVICES #4660985


location_on C

  • Grass Valley, Nevada

EA Family Services recruits and approves local families to become foster parents, provides support and case management for foster youth in care, and provides a Transitional Housing Program for foster youth upon their 18th birthday.
FOSTER YOUTH SERVICES - INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM - PCOE

PLACER COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION #69408077


Placer County Office of Education Foster Youth Services partners with the Children's System of Care to identify foster youth so they can participate in the Independent Living Program (ILP) for Placer County. ILP provides training, services, and benefits to assist current and former foster youth in achieving self-sufficiency prior to, and after leaving, the foster care system. 

Eligibility - Youth are eligible for ILP services from age 14 to the day before their 21st birthday, provided one of the following criteria is met:
  • ​Youth was/is in foster care at least one day after their 16th birthday
  • Youth is a former dependent who entered into a kinship guardianship at any age and is receiving/received Kinship Guardianship Assistance Payments (KinGAP) between ages 16-18
  • Youth is a former dependent who entered into a Non-Related Legal Guardianship (NRLG) after attaining age 8 and is receiving/received permanent placement services
  • Youth is between 14-15 years …
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FRAUD & SCAM AVOIDANCE - FEMA

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY #74845844


location_on E
  • 500 C St SW
    Washington, District Of Columbia

Beware of fraud and scams. https://www.fema.gov/fact-sheet/beware-fraud-and-scams#:~:text=Be%20suspicious%20of%20unexpected%20phone,fee%20to%20inspect%20your%20property.
 
Release Date: August 30, 2023
Disaster survivors should be aware that con artists and criminals may try to obtain money or steal personal information through fraud or identity theft after a disaster. In some cases, thieves try to apply for FEMA assistance using names, addresses and Social Security numbers they have stolen from survivors. 

Survivors, Beware!
  • Federal and local disaster workers do not solicit or accept money. Don’t believe anyone who promises a disaster grant in return for payment. 
  • U.S. Small Business Administration representatives never charge applicants for disaster assistance, inspections or help in filling out applications. 
  • Do not disclose personal information to individuals claiming to be FEMA or federal employees via unsolicited calls or emails. FEMA will not contact y…
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FREE CALIFORNIA BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR UNHOUSED PEOPLE - HC

HOUSING CALIFORNIA #82876115


location_on F
  • 1107 9th Street, Suite 560
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Housing California has information about how homeless services providers can assist people experiencing homelessness in getting a free copy of a California birth certificate. 

See details about process and eligibility at these web pages (a homeless service provider* must be involved):Please note that Housing California does not issue birth certificates. It provides information on how to obtain them at the links above.

* What is a “homeless service provider?”
  • i.) A governmental or nonprofit agency receiving federal, state, or county or municipal funding to provide services to a “homeless person” or “homeless child or youth,” or that is otherwise sanctioned to provide those services by a local homeless continuum of care or…
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FREE CALIFORNIA PHOTO ID FOR UNHOUSED PEOPLE - HC

HOUSING CALIFORNIA #82875839


Housing California has information about how homeless services providers can assist people experiencing homelessness in getting a free California photo ID. 

See details about process and eligibility at these web pages (a homeless service provider* must be involved):Please note that Housing California does not issue photo IDs. It provides information on how to obtain them at the links above.

* What is a “homeless service provider?”
  • i.) A governmental or nonprofit agency receiving federal, state, or county or municipal funding to provide services to a “homeless person” or “homeless child or youth,” or that is otherwise sanctioned to provide those services by a local homeless continuum of care organization.
  • ii.) An attorney licensed to practice law i…
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FREE TRANSPORTATION TO SAFETY - HOME FREE - NRS

NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE #87910153


location_on G
  • 3141B N. Lincoln Ave.
    Chicago, Cook

The Home Free program reunites youth with their family or legal guardian or helps them get to an alternative living arrangement (ALA), such as a community-based transitional living program, through a free bus ticket. Home Free works in collaboration with youth, parents and guardians, law enforcement, anti-trafficking organizations, social service, health care providers, and others to ensure youth who are victims of labor and sex trafficking benefit from reuniting with caring adults or getting an alternative living program.

ELIGIBILITY AND RESTRICTIONS
Youth must be between the ages of 12 and 21 and self-identify as homeless, runaway,s or a victim of human trafficking. Youths must agree to complete the necessary steps to obtain a ticket through the Home Free program. On occasion, parents, guardians, or another adult family member designated by the parent or guardian may also receive a round-trip ticket to travel to the youth’s location, so they can accompany the youth home.
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GRANITE WELLNESS CENTERS GENERAL SERVICES - GWC

GRANITE WELLNESS CENTERS #86936500


location_on H
  • 406 Sunrise Avenue, Suite #105
    Roseville, Placer

Granite Wellness Centers (GWC), formerly known as Community Recovery Resources or CoRR, provides comprehensive services to promote wellness for individuals and families with a focus on addressing substance use disorders.

GWC is a source of naloxone, a medication used to rapidly reverse opioid overdose.

Granite Wellness offers residential and outpatient substance use disorder treatment services for adults and youth with personalized treatment plans including group and individual counseling and other services.

Granite Wellness also provides transitional housing up to six months for adult men, women, and women with young children for people enrolled in outpatient services. Other services include educational groups for parenting, anger management, DUI services, Resilient Child program, Family Educational Series, and more.
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