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Counties Served by Schools

Placer County

(serving Winship, Feather River, Clarksville, Cottonwood students)

Housing

Placer County Health and Human Services Housing Authority

Placer County is now offering Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) through the HOME program for the purpose of assisting tenant households economically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. TBRA provides rental subsidies to very low-income individuals and families in Placer County that were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and meet the program criteria. (excluding the City of Roseville)

TBRA offers assistance for up to four months of unpaid back rent and late fees accrued after March 13, 2020 (not to exceed $2,500)

This LIMITED TIME program is scheduled to END on December 31st and is limited to funds available! See this flyer for more information

MORE INFO:

www.placer.ca.gov

TENANT BASED RENTAL ASSISTANCE

Housing Programs

Transitional Housing

Phone: 530-889-7263

For additional information on program qualifications, program fees, and availability, please call.

Hours

Monday through Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Homeless Helpline

Phone: 1-833-375-2237

Placer County residents who are homeless can call the Homeless Helpline (PDF) at 1-833-375-2237.

MORE INFO: https://www.placer.ca.gov/2568/Housing-Programs

Getting Started Group Flyer (PDF)

Homeless Resource Helpline Flyer (PDF)

Housing Programs Brochure (PDF)

Housing Resource Guide (PDF)

Food

Placer Food Bank

CalFresh Phone Appointments for Application Assistance

With things changing daily due to COVID-19, you may be wondering how to increase your food budget dollars. Placer Food Bank’s CalFresh team has been given authorization from Placer County Human Services to perform CalFresh application assistance over the phone! We are a contracted Community Based Organization under the county. Should you or someone else in need want to see if you may be eligible for the CalFresh Program, please contact Placer Food Bank at 916-783-0481 x111 or by email at calfreshinfo@placerfoodbank.org

MORE INFO: https://placerfoodbank.org/

Food Bank - English (PDF)

Food Bank - Spanish (PDF)


Placer Food Bank

Placer Food Bank is the leading hunger-relief charity for El Dorado, Nevada and Placer counties and the region’s only feeding America-certified food bank. This means the Placer Food Banks is the primary food collection and distribution center for hunger-relief efforts in the area. The food bank operates a 30,000-square-foot food storage and distribution warehouse at 8282 Industrial Avenue, Roseville, 95678.

MORE INFO: https://placerfoodbank.org/

Food Bank - English (PDF)

Food Bank - Spanish (PDF)

Foster Youth

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

John Burton Advocates for Youth improves the quality of life for youth in California who have been in foster care or homeless by advocating for better laws, training communities to strengthen local practices and conducting research to inform policy solutions.

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EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Sacramento County

(serving Winship, Feather River, Clarksville, Cottonwood students)

Resource Guide (PDF)

Housing

2-1-1 Sacramento

Links for Housing/Shelter and many additional Resources/Services

2-1-1 Sacramento, a program of Community Link Capital Region, is a free confidential information and referral service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Assistance is available in multiple languages, and services are accessible to people with disabilities. Our Call Specialists speak: Spanish, Hmong, Thai, Lao, Mien and English. Over 200+ additional languages can be assisted 24 hours a day via tele-interpretation. Utilizing a comprehensive computerized database of more than 1,600 nonprofit and public agency programs, trained information and referral specialists give personalized attention to each caller. Specialists can refer callers to a variety of services that best meet their needs.

MORE INFO:

Call: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-500-4931 or 916-498-1000

Email: info@211sacramento.org




Food

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is the largest nonprofit provider of basic human needs in Sacramento County, providing food and nourishment to the community for over four decades.

It's one of just a handful of food banks in the U.S. that offers human services, including clothing, language, technology, citizenship, health, nutrition parenting classes and more.

MORE INFO:

Emergency Response Agencies (PDF) 10.27.2020

Food Banks

Foster Youth

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

El Dorado County

(serving Clarksville and Cottonwood students)

Resource Guide (PDF)

Housing

El Dorado County Office of Education

Links for Housing and many additional Resources/Services

At their core, EDCOE supports the diverse educational needs of El Dorado County’s student population not only in schools but throughout the community.

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El Dorado County Office of Education

6767 Green Valley Road

Placerville, CA 95667

Phone: (530) 622-7130

Fax: (530) 621-2543

2-1-1 El Dorado

2-1-1 El Dorado, a program of El Dorado County, is a comprehensive information and referral service linking El Dorado County residents to vital health and human services, information and resources in the community.

The 2-1-1 El Dorado service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to callers and texters. 2-1-1 El Dorado is free and confidential, and available in 150 languages through phone interpretation services, delivering referrals based on the specific needs and circumstances of each caller. Trained 2-1-1 Specialists make referrals taking into account accessibility, eligibility requirements and other factors.

MORE INFO:

Please contact via phone (dial 2-1-1 or 833-223-9797), email 211eldorado@icfs.org, or use the form below.

Food

Food Bank of El Dorado County

The Food Bank distributes emergency supplemental groceries to recipients in rural and remote areas of the county through its Mobile Food Pantry — providing enough groceries to feed up to 200 families.

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Food Bank of El Dorado County

Office/ Warehouse

4550 Business Dr.

Cameron Park, CA 95682

Office Hours:

Monday--Thursday

9:00 am--3:00 pm

Lunch: 12:00--12:30 pm

If you have any additional questions about FBEDC, please contact directly at (530) 621-9950 or info@foodbankedc.org

El Dorado County Office of Education

Links for Food Resources and many additional Services

At our core, EDCOE supports the diverse educational needs of El Dorado County’s student population not only in schools but throughout the community.

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El Dorado County Office of Education

6767 Green Valley Road

Placerville, CA 95667

Phone: (530) 622-7130

Fax: (530) 621-2543

Foster Youth

The Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program

The Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program, developed with California Department of Education grants and Title I funds, focuses on improving educational outcomes for foster youth living in the county. Historically, FYSCP has collaborated with all foster youth serving public and non-profit agencies and provided a variety of services.

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El Dorado County Office of Education

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Yolo County

(serving Winship and Feather River students)

Resource Guide (PDF)

Housing

Yolo County

The Yolo County homeless services system of care provides housing assistance for Yolo County residents. Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) Homeless Services works in partnership with the cities and local service providers to ensure a robust range of homeless services

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2-1-1 Yolo County

Links for Housing/Shelter and many additional Resources/Services

2-1-1 Yolo is the information hub for Yolo County, linking residents to vital health and human services,

information and resources in the community.211 Yolo is free, multilingual, confidential and available 24 hours per day, every day of the year.211 Yolo’s helpline referrals are tailored to the needs and circumstances of callers, taking into account accessibility, eligibility requirements and other factors through live assistance from highly-trained resource specialists.In California 93% of the population has access to 2-1-1. Nationally, 2-1-1 covers 82% of the population.211 Yolo is provided by Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, Legal Services of Northern California and the Cities of Davis and West Sacramento.

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Food

Yolo Food Bank

Yolo Food Bank has been a leader in poverty reduction and food security in Yolo County for the past 50 years. As the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded, the food bank is positioned to meet the demand of increased need for food assistance, operating from a state-of-the-art food recovery and warehouse facility to move more than 800,000 pounds of food each month into every corner of Yolo County.

The food bank handles direct distribution, home delivery and homeless meal services. It also has partnerships with nonprofit food pantries, homeless and domestic violence shelters, senior meal delivery programs, college campuses, migrant centers and more.

MORE INFO:

info@yolofoodbank.org (email)

530.668.0690 (phone)

530.668.8530 (fax)

8:30 am - 5:00 pm (office - m-t, th-f)

9:30 am - 5:00 pm (office - weds)

8:30 am - 2:30 pm (warehouse)

2-1-1 Yolo County

Links for food assistance and additional Resources/Services

2-1-1 Yolo is the information hub for Yolo County, linking residents to vital health and human services,

information and resources in the community.211 Yolo is free, multilingual, confidential and available 24 hours per day, every day of the year.211 Yolo’s helpline referrals are tailored to the needs and circumstances of callers, taking into account accessibility, eligibility requirements and other factors through live assistance from highly-trained resource specialists.In California 93% of the population has access to 2-1-1. Nationally, 2-1-1 covers 82% of the population.211 Yolo is provided by Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, Legal Services of Northern California and the Cities of Davis and West Sacramento.


Foster Youth

Woodland Community College Foster and Kinship Care Education

The Woodland Community College Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) program serves Yolo County foster parents, kinship/relative care providers, and individuals interested in becoming foster parents or in adopting a child.

Provides free classes and workshops to foster parents.

MORE INFO:

Foster & Kinship Care Education

Woodland Community College

2300 East Gibson Road

Woodland, CA 95776

(530) 574-1964 Cell

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Yuba County

(serving Winship and Feather River students)


Housing

Hands of Hope

Hands of Hope works to enhance the quality of life in the Yuba-Sutter area by:

Providing core support services to the homeless

Reintegrating the homeless within our community.

Engaging the community to respond to the challenge of homelessness.

MORE INFO:

Yuba City: 530.755.3491

Marysville: 530.749.6811

P.O. Box 88

Yuba City, CA 95992

Hands of Hope is Located at:

909 Spiva Avenue, Yuba City, CA 95991

Hours:

Monday - Friday

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

131 F Street, Marysville, CA 95901

Monday - Friday

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Food

Yuba-Sutter Food Bank

The Yuba Sutter Food Bank is a not-for-profit organization committed to its mission of alleviating hunger in Yuba and Sutter counties through food distribution, partnership and education.

MORE INFO:

Yuba-Sutter Food Bank, Inc. 760 Stafford Way Yuba City, CA 95991

Phone: (530) 673-3834

Email: info@feedingys.org

Sutter County Community Action Agency

Sutter County Community Action Agency (SCCAA) is a 501(c)3 private non-profit organization that was created as part of the 1964 Economic Opportunity Act/War on Poverty to reduce poverty in Sutter County by empowering the low-income. SCCAA is a referral source for those in need. SCCAA also funds private non-profit or public organizations in Yuba-Sutter that meet the needs of the low-income in the area and promote self-sufficiency.

Yuba-Sutter Food Resources

Foster Youth

Yuba County Office of Education

Welcome to the Foster Youth Services program at the Yuba County Office of Education. We are here to help ensure that foster youth receive the full benefits of a free and appropriate public education that all students are entitled to, including preschool programs.

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All children and youth living in licensed foster care in Yuba County between the ages of 4-21 are eligible for services. Referrals can be made by social workers, probation officers, foster parents, group home providers, and school personnel.

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Sutter County

(serving Winship and Feather River students)

Housing

Hands of Hope

Hands of Hope works to enhance the quality of life in the Yuba-Sutter area by:

Providing core support services to the homeless

Reintegrating the homeless within our community.

Engaging the community to respond to the challenge of homelessness.

MORE INFO:

Yuba City: 530.755.3491

Marysville: 530.749.6811

P.O. Box 88

Yuba City, CA 95992

Hands of Hope is Located at:

909 Spiva Avenue, Yuba City, CA 95991

Hours:

Monday - Friday

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

131 F Street, Marysville, CA 95901

Monday - Friday

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Sutter County California

The Food and Shelter Portal provides links to various programs and services for the homeless and needy

Resource Guide (PDF)

Sutter County Community Action Agency

Sutter County Community Action Agency (SCCAA) is a 501(c)3 private non-profit organization that was created as part of the 1964 Economic Opportunity Act/War on Poverty to reduce poverty in Sutter County by empowering the low-income. SCCAA is a referral source for those in need. SCCAA also funds private non-profit or public organizations in Yuba-Sutter that meet the needs of the low-income in the area and promote self-sufficiency.

Yuba-Sutter Housing Resources

Food

Yuba-Sutter Food Bank

The Yuba Sutter Food Bank is a not-for-profit organization committed to its mission of alleviating hunger in Yuba and Sutter counties through food distribution, partnership and education.

MORE INFO:

Yuba-Sutter Food Bank, Inc. 760 Stafford Way Yuba City, CA 95991

Phone: (530) 673-3834

Email: info@feedingys.org

Sutter County Community Action Agency

Sutter County Community Action Agency (SCCAA) is a 501(c)3 private non-profit organization that was created as part of the 1964 Economic Opportunity Act/War on Poverty to reduce poverty in Sutter County by empowering the low-income. SCCAA is a referral source for those in need. SCCAA also funds private non-profit or public organizations in Yuba-Sutter that meet the needs of the low-income in the area and promote self-sufficiency.

Yuba-Sutter Food Resources

Foster Youth

Yuba County Office of Education

Welcome to the Foster Youth Services program at the Yuba County Office of Education. We are here to help ensure that foster youth receive the full benefits of a free and appropriate public education that all students are entitled to, including preschool programs.

MORE INFO:

All children and youth living in licensed foster care in Yuba County between the ages of 4-21 are eligible for services. Referrals can be made by social workers, probation officers, foster parents, group home providers, and school personnel.

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Colusa County

(serving Winship, Feather River, and Lake View students)

Housing

County of Colusa

CalWORKs Housing Support Program


The CalWORKs Housing Support Program (HSP) was established by SB 855 (Chapter 29, Statutes of 2014) to assist homeless CalWORKs families in quickly obtaining permanent housing and to provide wrap-around supports to families.

HSP offers financial assistance and several wrap-around supportive services, including, but not limited to: rental assistance, security deposits, utility payments, moving costs, hotel and motel vouchers, landlord recruitment, case management, housing outreach and placement, legal services, and credit repair.

CalWORKs recipients who are experiencing homelessness. For HSP, CDSS defines homeless as:

Lacking a fixed or regular nighttime residence; and either

Having a primary nighttime residence that is a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations; or residing in a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; or In receipt of judgment for eviction, as ordered by the court.

COVID-19 Resources

County of Colusa

Important information regarding updates on Public Assistance during the COVID-19 Pandemic.


Food

Williams Family Action Center

The Family Action Centers of Colusa County's mission is to provide a safe and comfortable setting to network, share and acquire skills, and access services to create a better childhood for our youngest citizens.

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Williams Family Action Center

602 Twelfth Street/P O Box 336

Williams, CA 95987

530.473.5400

We are a proud member of the AmeriCorps National Service Network

Foster Youth

County of Colusa

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Independent Living Program (ILP)

After 18 Program

Coveredtil26 Outreach Campaign Targets Foster Children

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Butte County

(serving Winship, Feather River, and Lake View students)

Housing

Butte County Homeless Continuum of Care


The Butte Countywide Homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) is a multi-agency planning body with the common goal of ending homelessness. This goal will be accomplished by assisting individuals and families experiencing homelessness to receive rapid, adaptive, quality services which lead to the long-term stability of permanent housing and self-sufficiency.

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Telephone

530.552.6200

Email

ButteCoC@buttecounty.net

Homeless Shelter Directory

Welcome to our Butte County, CA Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. This page contains all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Butte County, CA.

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ABOUT HOMELESS DIRECTORY

Homeless Shelter Directory is not associated with any government agency.

This website is updated and maintained by users like you who help improve the quality of online resources for the homeless and needy.

Community Action Agency of Butte County

At Butte County CAA we provide hope to people struggling with poverty to become more self-sustaining by meeting tangible needs in the areas of energy savings, affordable food, and housing.

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Core Programs:

Energy and Environmental Services

Food and Nutrition

Transitional Housing (Esplanade House)

Affordable Housing

Community Development

COVID-19 Resources

Butte County California

The mission of the Butte County Public Health Department (BCPHD) is to protect the public through promoting individual, community, and environmental health.


Food

Community Action Agency of Butte County

At Butte County CAA we provide hope to people struggling with poverty to become more self-sustaining by meeting tangible needs in the areas of energy savings, affordable food, and housing.

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Every month the North State Food Bank serves an average of 45,000 hungry residents in the six-county region. We partner with great volunteers and food providers to make this happen.

Foster Youth

Butte County Office of Education

All youth should have the opportunity for educational success, no matter what their housing or family situation may be. The School Ties program promotes this success through advocacy, mentoring, tutoring, and assistance with the transition to independent living.

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Services Provided:

  • Educational Case Management
  • Assistance with Records
  • Transfer
  • Tutoring
  • Enrollment Assistance
  • Special Education Advocacy
  • Mentoring
  • Transportation Arrangement
  • School Supplies
  • Resource Referrals

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Alpine County

(serving Clarksville and Cottonwood students)

Housing

Eastern Sierra County Homeless Continuum of Care


THE EASTERN SIERRA (ES) CONTINUUM OF CARE (COC) IS A COALITION OF SERVICE PROVIDERS IN ALPINE, INYO AND MONO COUNTIES DEDICATED TO ENDING THE CYCLE OF HOMELESSNESS. ES COC STAKEHOLDERS PROVIDE STREET OUTREACH, EMERGENCY SHELTER, TRANSITIONAL HOUSING, PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING, RAPID REHOUSING AND OTHER TYPES OF ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.

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Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, Inc. (IMACA)

137 E. South Street

Bishop, CA 93514

info@imaca.net

(760) 873-8557

Food

East County Homeless Task Force

Alpine Mountain Empire Food Resources lists Pantries and Distribution Sites

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Foster Youth

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Amador County

(serving Clarksville and Cottonwood students)

Housing

Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency


Safe and affordable housing is essential to building healthy families and communities. ATCAA's Housing Program plays a leading role in advocating for, developing, and managing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals in our region.

MORE INFO:

Amador County – ATCAA

(209)- 223-1485 x 243 x223

Food

Amador County California

Amador County Food Assistance Resources

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COVID-19 Resources

Amador County California

Coronavirus Resource Center



Foster Youth

Amador County Public Schools

We strive to provide educational advocacy and services for Foster Youth and Homeless of Amador County through the Amador County Office of Education. Foster Youth and Homeless Services Program (FYHS) provides support and resources to the school district in the county. We strive to meet the unique educational needs of foster youth and homeless by working collaboratively together with students, caregivers, schools, placing agencies, group home providers and other related agencies.

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Amador County Unified School District

Amador County Office of Education

Phone: 209-223-1750

Fax: 209-223-1733

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Glenn County

(serving Lake View students)


Housing

County of Glenn


Emergency Services Food Bank and Housing Assistance

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Community Action Partnership of Colusa, Glenn, and Trinity Counties

To be eligible for Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing services, applicants must be homeless or at-risk of being homeless. Applicants can be individuals and/or families. Clients are to be served on a first come first serve basis when eligible for the program.

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Willows HRA -420 E. Laurel Street, Willows, CA 95988- Monday & Thursday 2pm to 4pm

Orland HRA -604 E. Walker Street, Suite A, Orland, CA 95963- Tuesday & Friday 2pm to 4pm

Contact: 530-865-6129 or 1-800-287-8711 ext. 6129 for questions

Food

County of Glenn


Emergency Services Food Bank and Housing Assistance

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Community Action Agency of Butte County, Inc. (serving Glenn County)

The CAA’s North State Food Bank collects and distributes food throughout the service region encompassing Butte, Glenn, Colusa, Plumas, Sierra and Tehama counties. With the help of our extensive network of partners, the North State Food Bank offers multiple programs to help low income families get the food and nutrition they need each month. Below is an outline of the programs that we run with our incredible team of staff and volunteers.

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Community Action Agency of Butte County, Inc.

181 E. Shasta Avenue, Chico, CA 95973

Phone: (530) 712-2600 Fax: (530) 895-1848

COVID-19 Resources

County of Glenn


Emergency Food Services and Community Resources during COVID-19

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Foster Youth

County of Glenn



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Robin Smith

Glenn County Office of Education

311 S. Villa Street

Willows, CA 95988

530-934-6575 ext. 3176, Fax 530-934-6576

rsmith@glenncoe.org

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Lake County

(serving Lake View students)

Housing

Lake County Housing Resources (PDF)(6.2020)

HOMELESS HOUSING RESOURCES

Information regarding shelters and temporary housing for at risk of, or homeless individuals.

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Lake County Coalition for the Homeless

Eliminating homelessness in Lake County through the provision of leadership in the areas of assessment, advocacy, and community education

Food

United Way of Lake County

Food Pantries United Way of Lake County Helps Support

Please note that the food pantries are NOT open 7 days a week and all have different days and hours of operation. Given this, please call those you may be interested in receiving assistance from to find out their hours of operation and any policies and procedures they may have in place.

MORE INFO:

Lake County Food Resources (PDF) 05.2020

COVID-19

Lake County Chamber

COVID-19 Alerts Local, State, and Federal updates and resources.

MORE INFO:

Lake County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center

Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm Pacific Time

At George C. Hoberg Vista Point

875 Lakeport Blvd

Lakeport, CA 95453

707-263-5092, 866-525-3767 (toll free)

Foster Youth

Lake County Office of Education

Lake County Office of Education Foster Youth Services strives to address the unique educational needs of foster youth by working collaboratively with youth, caregivers, schools, placing agencies, and other service providers. We are dedicated to improving the academic success of all foster youth by addressing their individual needs.

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Healthy Start Resources Page

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Mendocino County

(serving Lake View students)

Housing

Redwood Community Resources, Inc.

Redwood Community Services, Inc. has been providing homeless services since 1999, when it piloted a transitional housing program for transition age youth. Since then RCS has expanded homeless services to provide housing navigation services, emergency shelter, day resource center, and permanent housing resources. RCS provides support to those facing and living in a housing crisis with a compassionate, person-centered, Housing First approach.

This means focusing first and foremost on housing needs and providing support to people who are navigating barriers to housing. RCS is an active member of the Mendocino County Homeless Services Continuum of Care (MCHSCoC), working with community partners to ensure services are coordinated and effective.

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1045 S. State St.

Ukiah, CA 95482

(707) 234-3270

MENDOCINO COUNTY

HOUSING RESOURCES(PDF) 6.2020


Homeless Resources

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Food

Fort Bragg Food Bank

Mendocino Food and Nutrition Program Inc

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EXTENDED FOOD DISTRIBUTION HOURS

MONDAY - FRIDAY

Curbside or Warehouse 10-11:30 am and 12-3 pm

Wednesday Warehouse 4:30-5:30 pm

COVID-19

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Scroll down for COVID-19 resources

Mendocino County Public Health is working closely with local health care providers, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to closely monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation and Mendocino County Public Health will provide updated information as it becomes available. For the most up to date information, visit https://www.mendocinocounty.org/community/novel-coronavirus.

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Mendocino County

Advocacy & Collaboration Team Pandemic Resources (flier)

The page includes web links to resources and information specific to COVID-19 and homelessness the Mendocino County Homeless Services Continuum of Care is aware of. For more information, please contact MCHSCoC Board Secretary Veronica Wilson via email at wilsonv@mendocinocounty.org or by calling (707)468-7071.

Foster Youth

Mendocino County Office of Education

The Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) is designed to assist and enhance district programs to improve the educational outcomes for students in foster care is located at the Mendocino County Office of Education, and funded by the California Department of Education.

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24 HOUR HOTLINES

Call 211 for Mendocino County referrals

(707) 463-HELP (4357)

(800) 575-4357

(707) 459-4357

National Runaway Switchboard, 800-runaway or 800 786-2929

California Missing Children’s Hotline, 800 222-3463

Project Sanctuary/ Domestic Violence, 800 575-4357

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.

Tehama County

(serving Lake View students)

Housing

Empower Tehama County


We're dedicated to doing our part to make Tehama County a safe and healthy community. We're proud to partner with other local organizations who share this vision. These collaborations allow Empower Tehama to provide additional services, to collaborate on community planning or to help connect people to the services they need.

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24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-528-0226

Promoting healthy relationships and social change in our community.

Food

Tehama Together

Tehama County food and meal providers. Monthly and Emergency Food Services.

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COVID-19

Tehama 2-1-1

Local COVID-19 Resources

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United Way 2-1-1 (PDF)

Foster Youth

Tehama County Department of Education

Foster/Homeless Coordinating Program provides technical assistance to Tehama County School Districts to support school stability, and college and career readiness for foster and homeless students in our county. We work closely with community agencies including the Tehama County Department of Social Services, Probation, CASA, Shasta College, Independent Living Program, Children First Foster Family Agency, Tehama County Mental Health, PATH, and Tehama County Public Health.

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Foster Homeless Coordinating Program can offer training in the areas of:

Trauma Informed Practices for Schools

Educational Rights of Foster and Homeless Youth

John Burton Foster Youth Advocates

https://www.jbaforyouth.org/

EDUCATION

We help foster youth across the state achieve their higher education goals and move on to fulfilling careers by engaging institutions to work together, sharing best practices, and advocating for policies that support foster youth in higher education.

HOUSING

We aim to reduce homelessness among current and former foster youth in California by constantly working to improve access to safe, affordable and supportive housing through the development of policy and technical assistance.

HEALTH

We work through advocacy, collaboration and training to ensure that all foster youth in care have access to the necessary physical and mental health services that are vital to their well-being and success.