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24/7 CRISIS CONNECTION - NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE

NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE #87909644


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  • 3141B N. Lincoln Ave.
    Chicago, Cook

The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) aims to keep America’s runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. The National Runaway Safeline responds to youth and families in crisis, serving as a national communications system for runaway and homeless youth.

24-hour crisis line - 800-786-2929 (800-RUN-AWAY)

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24-HOUR CRISIS LINE - PHONE, TEXT, CHAT - CBV

COMMUNITY BEYOND VIOLENCE #41530719


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  • 1020 McCourtney Road, Suite C
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Text
    530-290-6555

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

Community Beyond Violence offers a 24 hour crisis line which is available 365 days a year to victims in crisis from domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or dating violence, and for their friends or family members. Advocate/Counselors are available 24 hours a day for counseling and response to the hospital or law enforcement. Depending on circumstances, possible emergency transportation, food, and shelter may be available to those in crisis. All services are free, confidential and non-discriminatory.

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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… [read more]
24-HOUR CRISIS LINE - STAND UP PLACER

STAND UP PLACER #62864579


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  • PO Box 5462
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • If toll free crisis line is down
    530-536-0732

24-hour crisis line 800-575-5352

Stand Up Placer's 24-hour crisis line advocates offer support, resources, and referrals to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking and their families. If you are unsure if you are a victim, this is a good first step for you to take on your path to safety and healing.

Be sure to follow these precautions:
  • Call from a safe location, away from your abuser, so that he/she is not aware that you are planning on leaving or where you are going.
  • Be mindful of calling the Crisis Line from your home or your cell phone if your abuser has access to your phone bills or records.
  • If your abuser attempts to locate you after you leave, finding that you called Stand Up Placer Crisis Line may alert him/her to which agency is assisting you.
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CASA VOLUNTEERING (COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES) - CAOPC

CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY #65631231


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  • 1430 Blue Oaks Blvd, Ste 260
    Roseville, Placer

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are trained, then assigned by the court to mentor foster youth and act as the "eyes and ears of the judge and the voice of the child." Through court reports and court appearances, CASA volunteers state the child’s wishes and provide the court with recommendations as to what actions would be in the child’s best interests. We also assign CASAs to youth in Delinquency Court, and most recently, to youth involved in sex trafficking.

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CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION COUNCIL - TTCF

TAHOE TRUCKEE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION #65925192


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  • 11071 Donner Pass Road
    Truckee, Nevada

The Tahoe Truckee Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) is a program of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation. CAPC's activities are funded by the Children’s Trust Fund in both Placer and Nevada Counties.

CAPC activities include:
  • Providing funding for parenting classes
  • Staff training
  • Community education
  • Advocating for child abuse prevention strategies across the region
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CHILD ABUSE TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER

CHILD ABUSE TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER #65630899


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  • 2 Padre Parkway, Ste. 201D
    Rohnert Park, Sonoma
local_phone
  • Main Program Office
    707-992-0537

The Child Abuse Training and Technical Assistance Centers provide training and technical assistance to child advocacy centers; multi-disciplinary interview centers or teams; and child sexual abuse prevention, intervention and treatment service providers.
CHILD SAFETY PUPPETEERS - CANC

CHILD ADVOCATES OF NEVADA COUNTY #4661159


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  • 200 Providence Mine Road
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Child Safety Puppeteers program recruits and trains local high school students to perform educational puppet shows in preschool and elementary school classrooms countywide. The developmentally appropriate performances teach children how to recognize and report abuse, inappropriate touching, and bullying.

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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.
CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES - COUNTY OF PLACER

COUNTY OF PLACER CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES #65631373


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  • 1000 Sunset Boulevard
    Rocklin, Placer

Child Support Services works with parents and guardians to establish a partnership to provide their children with financial and medical support. This is achieved by locating each parent, establishing paternity and support obligations, and enforcing child support orders.
CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES - NC HHSA

NEVADA COUNTY HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY #17104490


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  • Department of Child Support Services
    Nevada City, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    866-901-3212

Sierra Nevada Regional Department of Child Support Services (SNRDCSS) provides the following services:
  • Establishing paternity
  • Locating a parent to establish paternity and/or child support and enforcing child support payment
  • Establishing, modifying and enforcing a court order to pay child support
  • Collecting and distributing child and spousal support payments
  • Establishing and enforcing medical support (including dental and vision care) and family support orders
CHILD WELFARE SERVICES - NCDSS

NEVADA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #4661915


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  • 988 McCourtney Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Call 888-456-9380 or 530-273-4291 to report child abuse or neglect. If phones do not pick up, call 2-1-1 or 833-342-5211.

Child Welfare Services responds to child abuse and neglect reports 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Reports may be made at any time. All referrals are investigated within mandated timeframes.

Nevada County Child Welfare Services (CWS), formerly Child Protective Services or CPS, is dedicated to protecting children from abuse and neglect. CWS works with families to ensure the safety of their children and to help them reach their full potential. If children cannot be safely cared for in their homes, CWS strives to place them with families that can make a lifelong commitment to them. CWS collaborates with the community toward safe, healthy, happy children and strong families. CWS operates under state and federal mandates to respond to child abuse and neglect.

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