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ADOPTION & FOSTER CARE SERVICES - SSYF

STANFORD SIERRA YOUTH & FAMILIES #4661719


location_on A
  • 345 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Richelle Whiteford
    916-879-1077

Pathways to Permanency and Family Advocacy & Support programs include:
  • adoption and foster care services
  • destination family services
  • post adoption services
  • a variety of family support services
Pathways to Permanency - https://www.ssyaf.org/pathways-permanency-1

Family Advocacy & Support - https://www.ssyaf.org/family-advocacy-and-support-0
ADOPTION & LEGAL SERVICES

ADOPTION AND FAMILY FORMATION LAW CENTER #65630835


location_on B
  • 1216 High Street
    Auburn, Placer

Adoption and Family Formation Law Center provides:
  • Free adoption services to birth parents wishing to make placement
  • Legal services available for adopting parents
  • Adoption Informational Meetings for Social Workers, Hospitals, County Systems
  • Legal Services for Adoption, Guardianship and Surrogacy
ADOPTION SERVICES - LAF

LIFETIME ADOPTION FOUNDATION #4663727


Lifetime Adoption Foundation offers adoption assistance for pregnant women, children up to 14 years, and families seeking to adopt. All adoption opportunities for birth mothers and adoptive families are funded through tax deductible donations from individuals, estates, and corporations.
ADOPTIONS/FOSTER - COUNTY OF PLACER

CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67934718


location_on C
  • 11716 Enterprise Drive
    Auburn, Placer

ADOPTION - Children are best served in loving permanent family environments.

Children's System of Care provides placement approval for matched families through the Resource Family Approval process, and support for parents wishing to voluntarily relinquish their children for adoption.

Potential Adoptive Families
If you interested in becoming an adoptive family please visit the Adoption & Permanency Services page of Stanford Sierra Youth & Families. https://www.ssyaf.org/post/adoption-permanency-services

FOSTER PARENT - https://www.placer.ca.gov/2060/Foster-and-Adoptive-Parents
Becoming a Foster or Adoptive Parent

Placer County has a continuing need for foster and adoptive families. Placer County provides foster care licensing and adoptive home studies to families who are interested in opening their homes. Placer County works in partnership with several community based organizations such as Koinonia Family Services, Stanford Youth Solutions/Sierra Forever Families,… [read more]
CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER

CHILDREN'S SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #65631372


location_on C
  • 11716 Enterprise Drive
    Auburn, Placer

Children's System of Care is one of six Divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services.

Placer CSOC meets the behavioral needs of at-risk children and their families, through a comprehensive and integrated team of Mental Health, Child Welfare, Probation, Education, Substance Abuse, Public Health nursing professionals and family youth advocates.

Eligibility for Placer Children’s Behavioral Health services includes full scope Medi-Cal beneficiaries. Those who do not meet eligibility criteria are assessed on an individual basis.

Services include:
  • Assessment and referral for mental health services
  • Evaluation and response of suspected child abuse reports
  • Foster youth educational assistance (Placer County Office of Education)
  • Adoptions and Resource Family Approval placements
  • Child welfare services
  • Juvenile probation citation hearings
  • Family supportive services
  • Substance use screening and referrals
Family and Children’s Services may be reached by dialing 916-872-6549 or Toll Free… [read more]
COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION: INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM

COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION: INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM #65631248


location_on D
  • 1102 Q Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-445-8752

No cost to foster youth. Cheaper than going straight to a 4 year college. No grade requirement.

If you did not receive your high school diploma, had bad grades, or received your GED, you can still go to a community college and then if, you wish, transfer to a 4 year college.

You can transfer to a 4 year college after you get 70 units at a community college which can be used toward obtaining a Bachelors degree. Vocational training programs also available such as nursing, computer programming, mechanics, and electronics to name a few.
DESTINY COMMUNITY CENTER - COUNTY OF PLACER

DESTINY COMMUNITY CENTER - COUNTY OF PLACER #69451757


location_on E
  • 6850 Five Star Blvd
    Rocklin, Placer

Destiny Community Center is a place for families and individuals to learn, grow, and heal. Our mission is to empower families & unite communities.

Services:
  • Art and family classes
  • Education
  • Mental Health workshops
  • School outreach
    • School Field Trips
    • After-school clubs
      • A free kids program at local schools promoting creativity, fitness, science, and math through interactive sessions.
    • ​On-Campus Tutoring
      • Homework assistance
      • Free educational assistance at Destiny Community Center
  • Foster Care Initiative
    • Monthly Foster Family Nights provide activities for kids, connection and mentorship for teens, and training and encouragement for parents and caregivers – free to foster and adopted families
    • Families looking to foster or adopt are invited to our quarterly Q/A nights where panels of foster/adopt families and agencies are available to answer questions in addition to walking through the licensing process together
    • Contac…
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ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVES

ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVES #65631265


location_on F
  • 455 West Main Street
    Quincy, Plumas
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-283-3330

Environmental Alternatives (EA) is a private, non-profit corporation that provides a variety of residential services to neglected, abused, and delinquent children. EA operates a Foster Family Agency, Group Home Program, Transitional Housing Placement Program (THPP), Transitional Housing Program Plus Foster Care (THP+FC) and Transitional Housing Program Plus (THP+). EA offers emergency and long term residential care for infants through twenty-one years old. Besides neglected and delinquent children, they accept: handicapped, developmentally disabled, medically fragile, and pregnant teens & child. A streamlined admission policy accommodates placement agencies who need to make arrangements immediately. They can usually screen and authorize admission during the initial phone contact. Access to the system is made through any EA social worker, group home or county liaison worker. They can further assist counties by arranging contracts for emergency shelter services. They do not discriminate… [read more]
FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN

FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN #65631270


location_on G
  • 1620 Santa Clara Drive
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Roseville Office
    916-789-8688

Families For Children, Inc is a full service California licensed private Non-Profit 501c(3) Adoption & Foster Family Agency, established in 1989. Our mission is to assist in finding permanent adoptive families for the thousands of California children currently in foster care and provide caring short term foster homes for children temporarily removed from their biological parents. Our experienced professional staff, dedicated donors and volunteers have worked together to build our established reputation for quality services.
FAMILY SERVICES

UPLIFT FAMILY SERVICES #18122059


location_on H
  • 1624 Santa Clara Drive
    Roseville, Placer

Offers family finding services that reconnect children with their families in a safe and healthy environment in order to speed recovery from emotional trauma. 

Places children from birth to age 21 in certified foster homes if they are unable to remain at home with their biological parents. Provides ongoing support services to foster children and families after a child is placed in an EMQ FamiliesFirst foster home.

Provides adoption services to prospective adoptive parents and to special needs children whose permanent plan is adoption.