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LIBRARY BRANCH LOCATIONS - NCCL

NEVADA COUNTY COMMUNITY LIBRARY #78674304


The Nevada County Community Library system has six branches. https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/297/LocationsHours

Bear River Library
Located on the Bear River High School Campus
https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/377/Bear-River-Library
530-271-4147
The Bear River Library is.
11130 Magnolia Road
Grass Valley, CA 95949

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Doris Foley Library for Historical Research
Located in downtown Nevada City
https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/337/Doris-Foley-Library-for-Historical-Resea
530-265-4606
211 N Pine Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
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LIBRARY SERVICES - NCCL

NEVADA COUNTY COMMUNITY LIBRARY #47555058


The Nevada County Community Library offers comprehensive public library services to residents of Nevada County. Browse the website to learn more: https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/3455/Library. Services include:
  • Reference assistance and access to digital database resources.
  • Borrowing privileges for books, movies, music, electronic format materials, and California State Parks passes.
  • Access to a computer lab with internet, printers, and a 3-D printer.
  • Computer and technology classes and many other online resources.
  • Collaborative Technology Center - https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/2000/Collaborative-Technology-Center. Including one-on-one tech help appointments some days and tech help drop-in on Wednesdays from 10am-12pm. See calendar: https://madelynhelling.evanced.info/signup/calendar
  • Story time and reading programs for children and teens, including Dial-a-Story.
  • Gene Albaugh Community Room meeting space for community groups.
  • Doris Foley Library for Historical Research…
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LIBRARY SERVICES - PCL

PLACER COUNTY LIBRARY #85155770


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  • 145 Fulweiler Ave #150
    Auburn, Placer

Placer County Library provides free library services, programs, and materials to the residents of Placer County communities.

Placer County Library system has eight branches plus a Library Mobile Service. More information on locations and hours

Libraries in Lincoln, Roseville, and the Town of Loomis are run by those cities separately from the Placer County Library system.

Library services include:
  • Library Collections
  • Library Programs, Events & Tours
  • Meeting Rooms, Study Spaces & Photocopiers
  • Public Computers and WiFi
  • Reference Services
  • Services for People with Print Disabilities
Websites:
LIBRARY SERVICES - SAN JUAN RIDGE COMMUNITY LIBRARY

SAN JUAN RIDGE COMMUNITY LIBRARY #19593815


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  • Oak Tree Community Park
    North San Juan, Nevada
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  • After-Hours
    530-798-3355

The San Juan Ridge Community Library provides an inspirational and educational hub while giving the residents, including students, of the San Juan Ridge excellent library services including book exchange, DVD rentals, and internet access in a central location.

The library lends books, DVDs, CDs, audio and large print books for both adults and children. Also offers computers, printers and wifi for public use.

The San Juan Ridge Community Library serves as a meeting place for the entire community. Located in the old Twin Ridges District office, it's surrounded by  Oak Tree Park.

The library has a collection of over 11,000 titles, including audio books, documentaries, large print, local history and more.  The internet has been upgraded to Fiber Optic cable provided by Nevada County Library and there are 3 public computers and a wireless color/BW printer.

The library is a recipient of Measure A funds that allow it to pay employees, develo…
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LOCATIONS - VA

US DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS #65631496


Find locations for a variety of Veteran services, including benefits and health care - https://www.va.gov/find-locations

 
NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE: CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE: CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE #65631012


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  • Main Program Office
    800-422-6237

The National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service (CIS) is a federally funded program that was established in 1975 as an essential part of NCI’s cancer education and information efforts. For over 35 years, NCI’s CIS has been providing scientifically based, unbiased information to patients, their families and friends, physicians and other health professionals, and the general public about all aspects of cancer including: cancer research and clinical trials, cancer prevention, risk factors, symptoms, early detection, diagnosis, treatment, living with cancer, quitting smoking, etc.

Talk with an information specialist from the NCI’s Cancer Information Service. NCI information specialists are available to help answer your cancer-related questions whether you are a patient, family member or friend, health care provider, or researcher.

Their information specialists are trained to answer cancer related questions by telephone (1 (800) 4-CANCER), LiveHelp instant messaging, and e-mail. I… [read more]
NORCAL SERVICES FOR DEAF & HARD OF HEARING

NORCAL SERVICES FOR DEAF & HARD OF HEARING #65631017


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  • 4044 North Freeway Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento
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  • For Employers to leave a voice message
    916-349-7500

NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing is a non-profit community-based organization serving Deaf individuals in 24 northeastern counties of California. Their One-Stop Staff who are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) are happy to help you in finding the right resources to maximize your job opportunities. They work with Employers.

They also offer "I Am Hard of Hearing" cards for pickup at their headquarters or they can email a printable file. 

For Job Seekers we offer:
  • Free use of CalJobs via Internet
  • Assist with Job Search
  • Help with Resume/Cover Letter
  • Assist with Job Applications
  • Practice Interview
  • Job Support
  • Use of Computer and Resources
OPTIONS COUNSELING - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #74648790


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  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

As a member of the Nevada County Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC), FREED assists people in making informed decisions about their short- or long–term care needs, and helps them make a plan to be able to live as they want in the community.

The ADRC helps individuals form a realistic view of what the community options in Nevada County really are. The consumer is encouraged to sit down with the ADRC Navigator to make an action plan and then become responsible for carrying out the steps of the plan. A sample plan might include contacting family members for their input, contacting a financial advisor or planner to help with the money issues, or gathering information from local agencies on energy assistance or low cost telephone programs. It is up to the person to follow through on the plan but assistance from the ADRC Navigator is readily available if needed. A follow-up call will be made to see if the plan has been successful or if an amended plan is needed.

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PLACER ADULT LITERACY SERVICE (PALS) - PCL

PLACER COUNTY LIBRARY #65631027


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  • 350 Nevada Street
    Auburn, Placer
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  • Tony Carmack
    916-624-3125

The Placer County Library system offers a Adult Literacy Services which provides free, confidential, one-on-one tutoring for adults who wish to improve their literacy skills. This includes reading, writing, basic math, English as a second language, and GED help.

Learners come from a variety of backgrounds and skill levels. Some can't read or write at all, and some want to become more proficient. Once an initial assessment has been made, learners are matched with trained volunteer tutors. The pair meets at a time and library location that is convenient for both.

Contact - Tony Carmack, 916-624-3125, tcarmack@placer.ca.gov

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PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP)

PLACER COUNTY CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PREVENTION (CHDP) #65631032


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  • 11484 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer

The Place County Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program is a statewide health program whose goal is to assure that all children and youth of families with limited income in California stay healthy by providing complete health exams, preventive services and immunizations to eligible children.

CHDP provides care coordination to assist families with medical appointment scheduling, transportation and access to prompt diagnostic and treatment services to prevent or greatly reduce the severity of suspected problems.

The CHDP program also provides a "gateway" to ongoing health care for children by linking families to health insurance and a medical home.

To participate in CHDP you must be a Placer County resident, and you must meet one of the two following requirements:
  • Age 0 to 19 with low to moderate family income and no health insurance coverage for health exams
  • Age 0 to 21 with limited or share-of-cost Medi-Cal
Please contact the CHDP program at 530-886-3620 to check … [read more]