The Sacramento Resource Directory                              ©                   2012 Edition                      by On...
Contributors     The generous time contributed by many volunteers throughout the year.     The resources themselves, for...
Introduction to The Sacramento Resource DirectoryFeatures and How to Use The Directory    √    Updated - Each year the ent...
The Sacramento Resource Directory                                                                          ©              ...
TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1: HOUSING  1.1 Low-income Apartments for Rent......................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 2: MEDICAL AND DENTAL  2.1 Free Medical Clinics.....................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS     § SOUTH SACRAMENTO AND N ATIVE AMERICAN................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 9: CLOTHES   9.1 Clothes Closet Resources...........................................................
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012CHAPTER 1: HOUSING1.1 Low-income Apartments for RentUPDATED December 2012. The apart...
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The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Vintage Glen Senior Apartments    6000 South Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA   Senio...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryVictory Townhomes                  1075 Dixieanne Avenue, Sacramento, CA       Famil...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Ph. (916) 483-7886                     95821                                        ...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryPh. (530) 757-4444 Call to request a list or application by mail.Low-income apartmen...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012         homelessness and have a psychiatric disability.    •    Cardoso Village Apa...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryIntake by referral.§ FOSTER YOUTHLaverne Adolfo Transitional Housing for Former Fost...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Transitional Housing ContinuedSerna Village5836 Dudley Boulevard, McClellan, CA 9565...
2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory1.4 Emergency Shelters§ MENUnion Gospel Mission VOA400 North Bannon Street, Sacramen...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Travelers Aid Society2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822Ph. (916) 399-9646Provide...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryEmergency Shelters Continued§ CHILDREN’S SHELTERSSacramento Crisis NurseriesCrisis L...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Emergency Shelters ContinuedSac City Unified School District2930 21st Avenue, Sacram...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryThe good news is that here you will find six emergency, and charity rental assistanc...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012St Josephs Catholic Church1717 El Monte Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95815Ph. (916) 925-35...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectorySt. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store2275 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825Ph. (916) 972-...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 20121.7 Utility AssistancePG&EPh. 1-866-743-2273The CARE program provides a monthly disc...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryCHAPTER 2: MEDICAL AND DENTAL2.1 Free Medical Clinics§ TB – HIV AND STD – PROSTATE C...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012§ SOUTH SACRAMENTOCounty of Sacramento Primary Care Clinic4600 Broadway, Sacramento,...
2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory10495 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Ph. (916) 364-0724 Mon., Tue., Wed. 8...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 20122.2 Immunization ResourcesImmunization Assistance ProgramSacramento, CAPh. (916) 875...
2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory2.3 Low-cost Clinics and Health InsuranceSacramento Native American Health Center202...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Low-cost Clinics and Health Insurance ContinuedSacramento Family Medical CenterServi...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryProvides a database to locate any Medi-cal provider by location, name or specialty t...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Low-cost Clinics and Health Insurance ContinuedMedi-Cal InformationTo apply for Medi...
2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryEmergency Room HotlinesKaiser Emergency Room: (916) 973-66006600 Bruceville RoadSacr...
The Sacramento Resource Directory 20122.4 Emergency and Low-cost DentalSacramento County Dental Clinic4600 Broadway, Suite...
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Directory of Human Services, including any faith-based and non-profit community organizations listed together. This publication of resources contains the vital information needed to successfully locate community services for income-eligible individuals and families with additional community public agency programs designed to empower disadvantaged populations living within our community.

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  1. 1. The Sacramento Resource Directory © 2012 Edition by OneFathersLove © “Helping Individuals and Families Achieve Self Sufficiency”
  2. 2. Contributors  The generous time contributed by many volunteers throughout the year.  The resources themselves, for providing valuable help to our community.  A special thank you is given to Spirit in the Arts, a Bread of Life program for the idea to use publish on demand through Create Space. This makes The Directory available for at cost and free. Spirit in the Arts, 650 El Camino Ave., Sacramento, CA 95815, Ph. (916) 648-1803 www.spiritinthearts.org • FREE Art Programs: • Monday and Tuesday from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. • Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. • Saturdays: upstairs rooms only are open the 4th Saturday of every month, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. • Closed Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. In the year 2004, the father of an infant with special health needs was looking for support and resources tohelp care for his child. The father found out there was a fee of 29.95 charged for a community services directorythat was available. Obviously, this fee was a barrier to the help and information the child’s father needed toobtain information assistance. In that year, the child’s father promised to one day create a community resourcedirectory and give it away to anyone who wants it. This way, no child in our community will ever again have to gowithout the help he or she needs because the parent cannot afford to purchase the information. OneFathersLoveThis Sacramento Resource Directory is dedicated to all children with special needs, their parents, caregiver’s,teachers, and to the human service workers working together to support them. Amen.THE SACRAMENTO RESOURCE DIRECTORY AND NONPROFITEDUCATION.EDU ARE SUBDIRECTORIES OF:ONE STOP COMMUNITY RESOURCES - EIN 27-2427226Sacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 514-NEED (6333) Email: info@onefatherslove.com To purchase The Sacramento Resource Directory© The list price is 5.99, which is a low as the retail distributors will allow. Go to www.OneFathersLoveinfo To order from publish on demand at Create Space go to https://www.createspace.com/3819058 and enter coupon code T2WT5JJL for a 3.30 discount.
  3. 3. Introduction to The Sacramento Resource DirectoryFeatures and How to Use The Directory √ Updated - Each year the entire database is updated and re-printed. The information within The Directory contains the same content as published on the website, however; the database and website are updated in part seven days a week throughout the year. √ Each category of resources are listed from top to bottom in a continuum order of in crisis to self-sufficiency. For example, Emergency shelters, Transitional housing, Income-based housing. √ Categories of resources are organized beginning with the resource offering the least restrictive eligibility first. For example, an entry listed first typically does not to have a waiting list and no fee. √ The best way to use The Directory is begin with the first resource listed on top of a category and contact each one down the list until the need is met. This eliminates frustration, and provides a person with the chance to focus on what they “can do”. √ Below each resource, is a description written in readily understood words, or what is called “know and go” details. Typically, the descriptions’ are obtained “over the counter” consistent with how a person seeking help would receive it. √ A main feature of the database published as The Directory, and website, is that any subsidized (free) and sliding scale resources are included. This type of compilation provides the most all-inclusive directory of free help and resources, and it offers the collaboration of community-based groups that do not comprise 501c (3) status to maintain an important listing in our community. √ To have a listing updated or organization included, please send an email to info@onefatherslove.com or call (916) 51-4NEED (6333). √ Pages are in an 8.5x11 “Photo Copy” friendly format. √ Dynamic resources such as family events, Job postings, Images, and Internet only are not included.Disclaimer: The listing of a resource is not an endorsement of or affiliation with the resource. These Updated print and onlinedatabases are Information and Referral services not affiliated with any other Information and Referral service.
  4. 4. The Sacramento Resource Directory © 2012 Edition Information and referral databases are available resources submitted “by the communityand for the community.” No individual or organization can ethically claim ownership (copyright) ofinformation originated from the resources themselves and acquired freely on the grounds of helpingdisadvantaged populations in our community.What you need to know 1. The Directory may be edited completely or in part to suite organizational needs. 2. Any organization may claim full use of the content, except for the title and logo. 3. Organizations may use the contents to create their own Information and Referral database. 4. Organizations may package or bundle it with other free resource information. 5. Organizations may divide and share out any portion of The Sacramento Resource Directory. 6. Organizations may reprint, reproduce, and/or distribute The Sacramento Resource Directory in any way without a fee. 7. You may NOT sell, charge a fee or receive grants or other funding for any portion of The Sacramento Resource Directory.
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TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1: HOUSING 1.1 Low-income Apartments for Rent..............................................................................................................5-9 § MIDTOWN.............................................................................................................................................................................5 § SOUTH SACRAMENTO..........................................................................................................................................................6-7 § ELK GROVE...........................................................................................................................................................................7 § DAVIS...................................................................................................................................................................................7 § RANCHO CORDOVA.................................................................................................................................................................7 § N ORTH SACRAMENTO.........................................................................................................................................................8-9 § EAST SACRAMENTO................................................................................................................................................................9 § FOLSOM................................................................................................................................................................................9 § G ALT....................................................................................................................................................................................9 § WEST SACRAMENTO..............................................................................................................................................................9 1.2 Affordable Housing Programs................................................................................................................10-11 § MENTAL HEALTH HOUSING.................................................................................................................................................11 § SENIOR HOTEL HOUSING.....................................................................................................................................................11 § DISABILITY HOUSING...........................................................................................................................................................11 1.3 Transitional Housing...................................................................................................................................12-13 § INDIVIDUALS.......................................................................................................................................................................12 § FOSTER YOUTH...................................................................................................................................................................12 § MENTAL HEALTH................................................................................................................................................................12 § AIDS/HIV.......................................................................................................................................................................12 § P REGNANT AND FAMILIES..............................................................................................................................................12-13 § CLEAN AND SOBER REDUCED FEE........................................................................................................................................13 1.4 Emergency Shelters.......................................................................................................................................14-17 § MEN’S................................................................................................................................................................................14 § FAMILY...............................................................................................................................................................................14 § MOTEL VOUCHERS........................................................................................................................................................14-15 § AIDS/HIV.......................................................................................................................................................................15 § WOMEN ’S...........................................................................................................................................................................15 § MENTAL HEALTH................................................................................................................................................................15 § N ATIVE AMERICAN..............................................................................................................................................................15 § CHILDREN ’S SHELTERS........................................................................................................................................................16 § ADDITIONAL HOMELESS RESOURCES..............................................................................................................................16-17 1.5 Rental Assistance............................................................................................................................................18-19 1.6 Furniture Resources............................................................................................................................................20 1.7 Utility Assistance...................................................................................................................................................21 www.OneFathersLove.info 1
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TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 2: MEDICAL AND DENTAL 2.1 Free Medical Clinics......................................................................................................................................22-24 § TB – HIV – STD AND PROSTATE CANCER TESTING..........................................................................................................22 § MIDTOWN CLINICS..............................................................................................................................................................22 § SOUTH SACRAMENTO...........................................................................................................................................................23 § NORTH SACRAMENTO..........................................................................................................................................................23 § FOLSOM..............................................................................................................................................................................23 § NATOMAS AND RANCHO CORDOVA.................................................................................................................................23-24 2.2 Immunization Resources..................................................................................................................................25 2.3 Low-cost Clinics and Health Insurance.............................................................................................26-28 § EMERGENCY ROOM HOTLINES..............................................................................................................................................28 2.4 Emergency and Low-cost Dental..................................................................................................................29CHAPTER 3: DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAMS 3.1 Detox Treatment.............................................................................................................................................30-31 3.2 Residential Treatment.................................................................................................................................32-33 § NATIVE AMERICAN , AFRICAN AMERICAN , AND ASIAN P ACIFIC...............................................................................................32 § WOMEN AND P REGNANT WOMEN........................................................................................................................................33 § MEN ONLY.........................................................................................................................................................................33 § AA, NA, AL-ANON , FAMILIES ANONYMOUS AND COCAINE ANONYMOUS...............................................................................33 3.3 Outpatient Treatment.................................................................................................................................34-35CHAPTER 4: VETERAN RESOURCES 4.1 Veteran Resources..........................................................................................................................................36-37CHAPTER 5: FAMILY AND PARENTING RESOURCES 5.1 Resource Centers.............................................................................................................................................38-40 § NORTH SACRAMENTO, NORTH HIGHLANDS AND N ATOMAS....................................................................................................38 § MIDTOWN , SOUTH SACRAMENTO AND FOLSOM......................................................................................................................39 § NORTH SACRAMENTO YOUTH CENTER..................................................................................................................................40 5.2 Pregnancy Resources....................................................................................................................................41-42 5.3 WIC-Baby and Infant.....................................................................................................................................43-45 5.4 Parenting, Family and Marriage Help...............................................................................................46-49 § AT RISK YOUTH SERVICES AND NO COST FAMILY COUNSELING..............................................................................................46 § FREE MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICES...........................................................................................................47 § FAMILY COUNSELING PROVIDED TO COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS ..........................................................................................47 § FAMILY COUNSELING FOR SLIDING-SCALE.......................................................................................................................47-48 5.5 Parenting Classes and Home Visitation............................................................................................49-50 2 www.OneFathersLove.info
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TABLE OF CONTENTS § SOUTH SACRAMENTO AND N ATIVE AMERICAN.......................................................................................................................49 § N ORTH SACRAMENTO....................................................................................................................................................49-50 § ROCKLIN AND ROSEVILLE .....................................................................................................................................................50 § RANCHO CORDOVA AND EAST SACRAMENTO.........................................................................................................................50 5.6 Fathers Resources.................................................................................................................................................51 5.7 Anger Management Groups and Classes...........................................................................................52-55 5.8 Domestic Violence Shelters.......................................................................................................................56-58 § YOLO COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES.................................................................................56 § G OVERNMENT ASSISTED AGENCIES SERVING VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE .......................................................................57 § MEN’S GROUPS IN THE PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.........................................................................................57-58 § ADDITIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES.....................................................................................................................58CHAPTER 6: SENIOR AND ELDER CARE 6.1 Senior Resources...........................................................................................................................................59-64 § ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES .........................................................................................................................................60-61 § ACTIVITIES – ENTERTAINMENT AND COMMUNITY CENTERS.............................................................................................61-62 § ALZHHEIMER ’S – ARTHRITIS - HOMECARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES.......................................................................................62 § N UTRITIONAL MEAL SERVICES.............................................................................................................................................62 § LEGAL SERVICES.................................................................................................................................................................62 § ADDITIONAL ELDERCARE AND SENIOR RESOURCES..........................................................................................................62-64CHAPTER 7: FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS 7.1 Food Closet locations..................................................................................................................................65-69 § THE FIRST N INE EMERGENCY FOOD LOCKERS...............................................................................................................65-66 § FOOD BOXES FOR A REDUCED FEE.......................................................................................................................................66 § DOWNTOWN........................................................................................................................................................................66 § RANCHO CORDOVA..............................................................................................................................................................66 § MOBILE FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS OF THE SACRAMENTO FOOD BANK AND FAMILY SERVICES.......................................................66 § N ATOMAS...........................................................................................................................................................................67 § N ORTH SACRAMENTO....................................................................................................................................................67-68 § SOUTH SACRAMENTO....................................................................................................................................................68-69 7.2 Hot Meal Locations.......................................................................................................................................70-71 § DOWNTOWN........................................................................................................................................................................70 § N ORTH SACRAMENTO....................................................................................................................................................70-71 § SOUTH SACRAMENTO...........................................................................................................................................................71CHAPTER 8: CHILDCARE 8.1 Subsidized Child care................................................................................................................................72-73 www.OneFathersLove.info 3
  8. 8. TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 9: CLOTHES 9.1 Clothes Closet Resources.........................................................................................................................74-75CHAPTER 10: SPECIAL HEALTH RESOURCES 10.1 Special Needs Resources for Children and Adults.................................................................76-81 § AUTISM RESOURCES...........................................................................................................................................................77 § CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS..............................................................................................................77 § BI-LINGUAL SPEECH AND LANGUAGE...................................................................................................................................78 § SPEECH AND LANGUAGE......................................................................................................................................................78 § DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING......................................................................................................................................78-79 § MENTAL RETARDATION......................................................................................................................................................79 § RESOURCES FOR THE BLIND..........................................................................................................................................79-80 § ASPERGER ’S SYNDROME......................................................................................................................................................80 § SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME....................................................................................................................................80 § CEREBRAL PALSY, IN-HOME RESPITE SUPPORT SERVICES.....................................................................................................80 § LEARNING AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES.......................................................................80-81CHAPTER 11: MENTAL HEALTH 11.1 Mental Health Resources......................................................................................................................82-86 § HOW AND WHERE TO ACHIEVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES...........................................................................................82-85 § ADDITIONAL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES.........................................................................................................................86CHAPTER 12: AIDS/HIV 12.1 AIDS/HIV Testing and Treatment...................................................................................................87-88CHAPTER 13: DISABILITY 13.1 Disability Programs and Services..................................................................................................89-91CHAPTER 14: EMPLOYMENT AND CAREER CENTER RESOURCES 14.1 Job Talks and Career Centers............................................................................................................92-94 § NORTH SACRAMENTO.........................................................................................................................................................92 § MIDTOWN...................................................................................................................................................................92-93 § RANCHO CORDOVA.............................................................................................................................................................93 § SOUTH SACRAMENTO..........................................................................................................................................................93 § GALT.................................................................................................................................................................................94 § ROSEVILLE ........................................................................................................................................................................94CHAPTER 15: PAROLEE RESOURCES 15.1 Parolee Resources and Employment.............................................................................................95-96CHAPTER 16: VICTIMS OF CRIME RESOURCES 16.1 Crime Victims Assistance............................................................................................................................97 4 www.OneFathersLove.info
  9. 9. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012CHAPTER 1: HOUSING1.1 Low-income Apartments for RentUPDATED December 2012. The apartments organized by Area and Zip code.Name Location Type #Bedrooms I=Income- based I/R=Income Restricted§ MIDTOWNSterling Asset Management Co. 410 10th Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1234 IPh. (916) 448-8155 95814Project Management, Inc 1307 F Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 IPh. (916) 366-0486 95814Sterling Asset Management Co. 1218 D Street, Sacramento, CA Family 2 IPh. (916) 448-8155 95814Eugene Burger Management 1222 E Street, Sacramento, CA Family 2 IPh. (916) 443-2847 95814Sackett Corporation 1215 D Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 927-6800 95814Jordan Management Company 2301 C Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 254-5920 95816Sackett Corporation 2410 C Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 927-6800 95816Sackett Corporation 2517 C Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 498-9853 95816Ping Yuen Apartments 420 I Street, Sacramento, CA Senior S 1 IncomePh. (916) 930-9100 95814 restrictedGlobe Mills Senior Apartments 1131 C Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IncomePh. (916) 443-1462 95814 restrictedRiverview Plaza 600 I Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IncomePh. (916) 449-6395 95814 restrictedThe Terraces at Capitol Park 1615 O Street, Sacramento, CA Senior S IncomePh. (916) 448-1580 95814 restrictedThe Wong Center 331 J Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 447-9291 95814Beile Place 1421 15th Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 322-2114 95814Pioneer Tower 515 15th Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 442-4906 95914Foundation Property 515 P Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 443-6548 95814Eugene Burger Management 2515 J Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 447-1939 95816St. Francis Manor 2515 J Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 447-1939 95816Foundation Property 1816 O Street, Sacramento, CA Disable RoomsPh. (916) 442-0899 95814Low-income Apartments for Rent ContinuedName Location Type #Bedrooms I=Income- www.OneFathersLove.info 5
  10. 10. 2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory based I/R=Income Restricted§ SOUTH SACRAMENTOFPI Management Inc. 4009 23rd Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 4 IPh. (916) 452-1441 95820Evans Property Management 7600 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 381-2610 95820Glen Ellen Estates 2394 Glen Ellen Circle, Sacramento, CA Family 2 IncomePh. (916) 428-0727 95822 RestrictedFlorin Meadows Apartments 7301 29th Street, Sacramento, CA Family 2 3 IPh. (916) 422-4581 95822Domus Management Company 7390 24th Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 424-3279 95822Madsen & Walton Properties 6951 24th Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 422-4242 95822Florin Gardens Cooperative 2471 57th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 391-7880 95822Madsen & Walton Properties 2536 Wah Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 4 IPh. (916) 428-4530 95822Cardosa Village 5710 66th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 391-2292 95823California Place Apartments 6633 Valley Hi Drive, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 423-2150 95823Evans Property Management 5500 Mack Road, Sacramento CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 427-1050 95823Jordan Management Company 6195 66th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 392-0345 95823The John Stewart Company 7252 Munson Way, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 393-2133 95823Los Robles 5500 Sky Parkway, Sacramento, CA Family 1234 IncomePh. (916) 392-4171 95823 RestrictedLemon Hill Townhomes 6000 Lemon Hill Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1234 IncomePh. (916) 388-9514 95824 RestrictedGreenway Village 6311 Sampson Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Family 1235 IncomePh. (916) 399-8644 95824 RestrictedHAPI Management Inc. 5412 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 392 4660 95824Sackett Corporation 7201-4 Gloria Drive, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 424-4099 95831ConAm Management Corp 1454 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 391-7439 95832Greenfair Towers 701 Fairground Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 456-6427 95817Western America Properties 701 Fairgrounds Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IPh. (916) 456-6427 95817Broadway Senior Center 5200 Broadway, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IPh. (916) 456-4731 95820Low-income Apartments for Rent ContinuedName Location Type #Bedrooms I=Income- based V=Voucher§ SOUTH SACRAMENTO CONTINUED 6 www.OneFathersLove.info
  11. 11. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Vintage Glen Senior Apartments 6000 South Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IncomePh. (916) 393-0678 95822 restrictedSacramento Manor 7300 24th Street, Sacramento, CA Senior S1 IncomePh. (916) 421-0686 95822 restrictedESKATON 5959 66th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 421-9422 95823Preservation Partners 5414 Sky Park way., Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 393-0100 95823Russell Manor Senior Apartments 8200 Bruceville Road, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 681-3715 95823Housing With Heart 5414 Sky Park way., Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 421-1853 95823Creekside Village Senior Apts. 6465 Village Center Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 391-1212 95823Verandis Senior Apartments 8160 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IncomePh. (916) 688-2002 95828 restrictedRB Management & Sales, Inc. 7847 Rush River Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 427-5444 95831Greenhaven Terrace 1180 Corporate Way, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 395-0214 95831Sackett Corporation 5200-14 Broadway, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 456-4731 (leave mess) 95831Foundation Property Mgmt. 5581 Mendocino Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Disable 1 2 IPh. (916) 451-1528 95820Foundation Property Mgmt. 5710 66th Avenue, Sacramento, CA Disable 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 391-2292 95823§ ELK GROVESeasons at Laguna Ridge 7301 Bilby Boulevard, Elk Grove, CA Senior 12 IncomePh. (916) 714-4400 95757 RestrictedVintage at Laguna 9210 Big Horn Boulevard, Elk Grove, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 691-6516 95758Renwick Square 3227 Renwick Avenue, Elk Grove, CA Senior 12 IncomePh. (916) 691-2111 95758 RestrictedMercy Services Corporation 8200 Bruceville Road, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 681-3715 95823§ DAVISDavisville Apartments 1221 Kennedy Place, Davis, CA Senior 12 IPh. (530) 758-0590 95695Shasta Point Retirement Comm. 1501 Shasta Drive, Davis, CA Senior 1 IPh. (530) 747-7095 95616§ RANCHO CORDOVAPacific West Management, Inc. 9400 N Kiefer Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Family 123 IPh. (916) 363 9091 95826Low-income Apartments for Rent ContinuedName Location Type #Bedrooms I=Income- based V=Voucher§ NORTH SACRAMENTOMutual Housing 6010 34th Street, North Highlands, CA Family S3 IncomePh. (916) 349-8187 95660 Restricted www.OneFathersLove.info 7
  12. 12. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryVictory Townhomes 1075 Dixieanne Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 34 IncomePh. (916) 923-1624 95815 RestrictedFPI Management Inc. 3045 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 489-1604 95821VOA National Housing 2844 Wright Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 488-0171 95821Evergreen Estates 1048 Dixieanne Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family S234 IncomePh. (916) 923-1624 95815 RestrictedCottage Estates Apartments 2000 Landon Lane, Sacramento, CA Family 2 IPh. (916) 481-7098 95825Logan Property Management 655 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 IPh. (916) 929-1860 95825River Garden Estates 2201 Northview Drive, Sacramento, CA Family 2345 IncomePh. (916) 922-7058 95833 RestrictedNorwood Estates 3335 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 123 IncomePh. (916) 649-3462 95838 RestrictedDavlin Properties, LLC 3740 May Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (877) 823-7582 95838Willow Tree Apartments 4300 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 IPh. (916) 922-3150 95838Domus Management Company 370 Morrison Avenue, Sacramento, CA Family 2 IPh. (916) 929-0210 95838Domus Management Company 3730 Modell Way, Sacramento, CA Family 3 4 IPh. (916) 929-0210 95838Jon Berkley Management, Inc. 5324 Hemlock Street, Sacramento, CA Family 1 2 3 4 IPh. (916) 332-0366 95841Sierra Sunrise Retirement Center 4525 Madison Avenue, Carmichael, CA Senior S 1 IPh. (916) 481-9494 95608Sutter Place 5801 Sutter Avenue, Carmichael, CA Senior S 1 IPh. (916) 485-1315 95608Normandy Park Senior Apts. 7575 Madison Avenue, Citrus Heights, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 536-9177 95610 restrictedCorsair Park 6920 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA Senior S 1 IPh. (916) 331-1500 95660Vintage Oaks Senior Apartments 7340 Stock Ranch Road, Citrus Heights, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 723-2444 95621 restrictedVintage Knolls 2340 Bell Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 978-9382 95825 restrictedVintage Woods 8780 Madison Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 863-7211 95628 restrictedLow-income Apartments for Rent ContinuedName Location Type #Bedrooms I=Income- based V=Voucher§ NORTH SACRAMENTO CONTINUEDForrest Palms Senior Center 1825 El Monte Avenue, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 925-5673 95815Rio Linda Manor 2671 Rio Linda Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IncomePh. (916) 921-6819 95815 restrictedLadi Senior Apartments 2300 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 Income 8 www.OneFathersLove.info
  13. 13. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Ph. (916) 483-7886 95821 restrictedLeisure Manor 2901 El Camino Avenue, Sacramento, CA Senior S IPh. (916) 481-5151 95821Varenna Senior Apartments 2351 Wyda Way, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 514-1410 95825 restrictedAlbert Einstein 1935 Wright Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 972-9555 95825Eskaton Natomas Manor 2400 Northview Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 920-3282 95833Vintage at Natomas Field 4000 Alan Shepard Street, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh.(916) 570-7400 95834 restrictedHurley Creek Senior Apartments 4275 El Centro Road, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 492-9772 95834 RestrictedWoodhaven Senior Residence 3731 Rio Linda Boulevard, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IncomePh. (916)925-7313 95838 restrictedSierra Creek 4500 Elverta Road, Antelope, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 728-1505 95843 restrictedEskaton Henson Manor 1225 Morse Avenue, Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IncomePh. (916) 487-9422 95864 restricted§ EAST SACRAMENTOWestern America Properties 701 Fairgrounds Drive, Sacramento, CA Senior 12 IPh. (916) 456-6427 95819§ FOLSOMCreekview Manor 1720 Creekside Drive, Folsom, CA Senior 1 2 IPh. (916) 986-9041 95630§ GALTVally Oaks Senior Housing 280 Oak Avenue, Galt, CA Senior 1 2 IncomePh. (916) 745-2444 95632 restricted§ WEST SACRAMENTOEskaton Wilson Manor 2140 Evergreen Avenue, West Sacramento, CA Senior S 1 IPh. (916) 371-2060 95691McDowell Manor 1525 Merkley Avenue, West Sacramento, CA Senior 1 IPh. (916) 371-7788 956911.2 Affordable Housing ProgramsUS Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD)650 Capital Mall, Room 4-200, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 498-5220 Call for a list of affordable housing units to be mailed to you.Income-based, subsidized, and affordable housing rental list courtesy of HUD.Sacramento Mutual Housing Association8001 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 453-8401Provides housing assistance to individuals and families that are looking for low-income or income-based apartments.Sacramento Self Help HousingP. O. Box 188445, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 341-0593To receive affordable/low-income housing services or a referral from SSHH, you must first call and complete an intake process.Community Housing Opportunities Corporation (CHOC)1490 Drew Avenue, Suite 160, Davis, CA 95616 www.OneFathersLove.info 9
  14. 14. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryPh. (530) 757-4444 Call to request a list or application by mail.Low-income apartments for rent in Sacramento, Fairfield, Antelope, Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland, CA.USA Properties Fund2440 Professional Drive, Roseville, CA 95661Ph. (916) 773-6060Family and senior income restricted affordable housing properties and may accept average credit. Many offer "move in specials".Mercy Housing California Properties3120 Freeboard Drive, Suite 202, West Sacramento, CA 95691Ph: (916) 414-4400 Call for a list of Sacramento, CA properties. • First Time Home Buyer ProgramLeonor Perez (916) 414-4412This is a down payment assistant program. Families can qualify for up to $40,000 toward the purchase of their first home. • Housing Rehabilitation Loan ProgramThis is a low interest rate loan that is offered to low-income homeowners who are in need of repairs such as new windows, roofreplacements, heating and air units, etc. This program is offered in the following jurisdictions: Calaveras County, Lincoln, PlacerCounty Citrus Heights, Ione, Jackson, William, Colusa, Marysville, Dixon, Suisun, Yolo County-Unincorporated Areas, WestSacramento—offered through the city of Wes Sac. • Self-Help/Sweat Equity ProgramPh. (916) 414-4403This is a program where families volunteer 40 hours a week working in groups of 6-8 families building their home. The process isgenerally 10-12 months. Eight hours are required on each Saturday and Sunday. Their work is their down-payment.Habitate for Humanity8351 Umbria Avenue, Bldg 5, Bay 1, Sacramento, CA 95828Ph. (916) 440-1215 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Provides first time homebuyer assistance to Sacramento county residents. Call to determine next time and location forhomebuyer orientation.Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency701 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 440-1390For more information go to: www.sacwaitlist.com/properties.aspxTo complete the electronic pre-application form for the Affordable Housing Options waiting list "if it is open" for SacramentoHousing & Redevelopment Agency go to: http://www.sacwaitlist.com/Public.aspx?property_id=11 • Public Housing & Rental Assistance Program (SHRA)701 12th Street, Sacramento CA 95814Ph. (916) 492-2244 • Leased Housing Division (SHRA)701 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 440-1390 or (916) 440-2244Determines continued eligibility of HCV in subsidized rental assistance program.Affordable Housing Programs Continued§ MENTAL HEALTH HOUSINGTransitional Living and Community Support, Inc. (TLCS)New Direction – case management programs1400 North A Street, Bldg., A, Sacramento, CA 95811Ph. (916) 440-1500 (Guest House) Call Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Walk-ins Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.New Direction – case management programs. Intakes are through Guest House or Adult ACCESS.Each program provides mental health services, and supported housing. • Palmer Apartments Ph. (916) 921-6099 - Intakes through ACCESS or walk-ins at Guest House Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Show up very early. • Carols Place Ph. (916) 448-7391 A short-term (60 day) housing program for adults who are experiencing 10 www.OneFathersLove.info
  15. 15. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012 homelessness and have a psychiatric disability. • Cardoso Village Apartments Ph. (916) 391-2292 A supported housing apartment program, which provides subsidized Section 8 housing for mental health consumers and their families. • Cooperatives Ph. (916) 441-0123 x115 Consists of two supported housing communities where individuals live cooperatively to help reduce the stress and expense of living independently. • PACT - People Achieving Change Together Case management including housing placement assistance for homeless adults 18+ with psychiatric disabilities.Homeless Intervention Program (H.I.P.) A Turning Point Program601 W. North Market Boulevard, Suite 350, Sacramento, CA 95834Ph. (916) 922-2771 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.Mental health recovery and rehabilitation services for: Housing assistance.Sierra Elder Wellness Program - El Hogar9261 Folsom Boulevard, Suite 500, Sacramento, CA 95826Ph. (916) 363-1553 Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.A field-based program specializing in outpatient mental health services for 60+ (and 55-59 transition age) with mental healthdisorders by offering, housing support and many other mental health services.§ SENIOR HOTEL HOUSINGSRO Collaborative Services - seniors719 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 444-3118Single room occupancy hotels through the delivery of a range of quality accessible services. Programs specifically designed toassist the senior adult population.§ DISABILITY HOUSINGResources for Independent Living420 I Street, Suite 3, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 446-3074Assistance to find accessible apartments for rent and other affordable rental housing to individuals and families with disabilities.Housing Now1800 21st Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 549-1044 (By appointment only)Housing Now is low-income/affordable apartments for persons with developmental disabilities. There may be a fee.1.3 Transitional Housing§ INDIVIDUALSSacramento Cottage Housing1500 North A Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 492-9009 x11 Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Offers transitional living program in downtown Sacramento for individuals living with a clean and sober requirement. There is awaiting list and you will need to go through a Social Worker. Intake by referral.Mather Community Campus3587 Bleckley Street, Mather, CA 95655Ph. (916) 228-3100Provides up to a two year transitional living program for individuals and families with additional training and employmentreferrals. There are eligibility requirements, waiting list, and a referral process that you must complete through a Social Worker. www.OneFathersLove.info 11
  16. 16. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryIntake by referral.§ FOSTER YOUTHLaverne Adolfo Transitional Housing for Former Foster YouthSacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 879-1784Sacramento transitional living program for individual’s 18 - 24 age groups whom have aged out of foster-care. May reside for upto 24 months and a referral may be required. Youth 18 - 24 may make a self-referral.§ MENTAL HEALTHPassages Supported Housing Program2100 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825Ph. (916) 480-9000Provides transitional housing program to adults’ 18 - 24 age group. Also provides mental health case management services.Homeless Transitional Apartment Program (Palmer)Sacramento, CAPh. (916) 921-6099 - Intakes through ACCESS or walk-ins at Guest House Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Show up veryearly. Provides a cooperative apartment setting which provides safe, affordable housing, independent living skills training andmental health recovery support.§ AIDS/HIVAIDS Housing AllianceP.O. Box 161908, Sacramento, CA 95816Ph. (916) 979-0925Provides Sacramento transitional living program for up to 2 years with case management and follow up.§ PREGNANT AND FAMILIESTubman HouseSacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 372-6272Offers 18 month free transitional living program for pregnant or parenting families 18 - 21 ages facing homelessness.Mather Community Campus3587 Bleckley Street, Mather, CA 95655Ph. (916) 228-3100Provides up to a two-year transitional living program for individuals and families with additional training and employmentreferrals. There are eligibility requirements, waiting list, and a referral process that you must complete through a Social Worker.Intake by referral. 12 www.OneFathersLove.info
  17. 17. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Transitional Housing ContinuedSerna Village5836 Dudley Boulevard, McClellan, CA 95652Ph. (916) 339-2746 Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Provides a living community for homeless families with at least one adult with a verifiable disability or escaping a DomesticViolence situation. Families must be referred by a Social Service agency. Intake by referral.VOA Cal Works Family Transitional HousingSacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 916922-9335Designed to keep families together during the substance abuse recovery process, this one-year Cal Works-referral program isdesigned for couples with children, as well as single parents. During their residency at our 14-unit complex, parents in recoveryare provided aftercare support, life-skills training, and permanent housing referrals. Intake by referral.Options for Recovery - transitionalSacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 929-1951Provides six to nine month clean & sober transitional living program for parents with children under 18. There are eligibilityrequirements and referral process with Case Management. Intake by referral.Transitional Housing for Parenting WomenPh. (916) 929-1951Women are eligible after completing the Residential Treatment Program for Parenting Women. Intake by referral.§ CLEAN AND SOBER REDUCED FEELearning to Live3231 Lerwick Road, Sacramento, CA 95821Ph. (916) 798-9908Mens transitional living program. Learning to Live is registered as a sober living environment with CAARR. Offers "completelyfurnished" rooms and "utilities" are included in the rent.Skyway House564 Rio Linda Avenue, Suite 103, Chico, CA 95692Ph. (530) 898-8326 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Drug and alcohol transitional housing program for single men and women. Only 450.00 each month including phone and utilities.Clean & Sober Living Fair Oaks8934 Madison Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA 95628Ph. (916) 961-2691Transitional living program arrangements requiring mandatory clean & sober living. Sliding scale fees, No deposit Required.Oak House - Recovery Treatment for Men7919 Oak Avenue, Citrus Heights, CA 95610Ph. (916) 721-9699 Call For Help 24hr A DayClean and sober living at affordable rates. www.OneFathersLove.info 13
  18. 18. 2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory1.4 Emergency Shelters§ MENUnion Gospel Mission VOA400 North Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 447-3268Provides a seven 7-night stay for single men. Be there at the black metal gate by 5:30 p.m. for a first come/first serve basis. Youcan have 7 nights in, then stay out for three nights, and come back for 7 more days. Preference usually given to "first timers" ornew people, so let the staff know if this is your first time.Salvation Army200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 442-0331 x0Emergency shelter provided for single men or women only. You must be at their B street lobby at 1:00 p.m. for placement ontothe waiting list. Offers a 30 to 60 day shelter assisting in employment and housing independence.Adult Shelter VOA1400 North A Street, Building B, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 448-5507You must show up the first time to have your name placed on the waiting list. Check in each day 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Intakeis at 1:00 p.m. Call in each day for check-in after your name is on the list. When your name is close to the top, then show up or ifyou call in the staff will tell you to show up if you may receive a bed space.§ FAMILYFamily Center VOAAccepts men and women with children birth - 17 age groups.Intakes are conducted at Mary House 1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811Be at Mary House on Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. to sign up on the waiting list.Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Family4516 Parker Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 455-2160 - 24 hoursProvides a 60 day program There may be a waiting list and they do not accept walk-ins.Family Promise of Sacramento312 N 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 443-3107 Call Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Shelter for families and single parents with children. There is a waiting list/intakes are conducted by telephone.St. Johns Shelter for Women and Children4410 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826Ph. (916) 453-1482 - Call anytime for a screening.Shelter for women with children or single women for up to 90 days. Boys cannot be older than 14. Waiting list.Acres of HopePO Box 40, Applegate, CA 95703Ph. (530) 878-8030 Fax: (530) 878-8009Acres of Hope are a long-term housing program for homeless women with children.§ MOTEL VOUCHERSFrancis House1422 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 443-2646 Call Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. for intake consideration.Provides a motel voucher to families with children that are determined eligible.Emergency Shelters Continued 14 www.OneFathersLove.info
  19. 19. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Travelers Aid Society2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822Ph. (916) 399-9646Provides a very limited 7-day voucher to families with children. Call only after the 15th of the month. Families must have anincome and proof of it. Also, families need to verify where their occupancy is going to be when the voucher expires.Zip codes: 95820, 95822, 95823, 95824, 95826, 95828, 95829, 95830, 95831 and 95832.§ AIDS/HIVOpen ArmsContact: Ph. (916) 451-1765Emergency shelter and permanent housing for individuals diagnosed with AIDS/HIV with a referral from Breaking Barriers.§ WOMEN’SSacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - WomensPh. (916) 455-0415A 30-day shelter for single women. A waiting list. Provides added resource assistance and potential transitional living assistancealong with C.P.S. housing referral assistance. Phone screenings is required and call each day until you receive a bed space.St. Johns Shelter for Women and Children4410 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826Ph. (916) 453-1482 - Call anytime for a screening.Shelter to women with children or single women for up to 90 days. Boys cannot be older than 14. Waiting list.Salvation Army200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 442-0331 x0Emergency shelter provided for single men or women only. You must be at their B street lobby at 1:00 p.m. or placement ontotheir waiting list. Offers a 30 to 60 day shelter assisting in employment and housing independence.§ MENTAL HEALTHCarols PlaceSacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 441-0123 - AdministrationA short-term (60 day) housing program for adults who are experiencing homelessness and have a psychiatric disability.Intake through ACCESS, Guest House or call the administrative number.Turning Point - Homeless Intervention Program.601 North Market Boulevard, #350, Sacramento, CA 95835Ph. (916) 283-8280Provides emergency housing resource assistance including case management and mental health counseling support forindividuals and families receiving mental health assistance. You must go through ACCESS to enter.§ NATIVE AMERICANCalifornia Indian Manpower Consortium738 North Market Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95834Ph. (916) 564-4053Offers Emergency shelter services for low-income Native Americans. Hours are Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. www.OneFathersLove.info 15
  20. 20. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryEmergency Shelters Continued§ CHILDREN’S SHELTERSSacramento Crisis NurseriesCrisis Line: 1(877) 543-7752 - 24 Hours 24 hour Emergency Shelter for children only. Offers 20 Spaces.Ph. (866) 856-2229 - Safely Surrender Baby, 24 Hours  North - 4533 Pasadena Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821Ph. (916) 679-3600  South - 6699 South Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831Ph. (916) 394-20008 Overnight for children up to age 6. Pre-school and additional referral services for residents and their families.Diogenes Youth Services9719 Lincoln Village Drive, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95827Ph. (916) 363-0128 - Shelter  Crisis Hotline 1-800-339-7177/TDDPh. (916) 363-0063-24 hours, TTY.Ph. (916) 369-5447 - OfficeSacramento Emergency shelter for youth 12 to 17 age group. Transitional living 16 to 21 age group.Wind Youth Shelter  Shelter300 Ahern Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 561-2424 AdministrationPh. (916) 443-8333 CenterDay center and 16 bed shelter for homeless or at risk adolescents. Mon. – Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Closed Sunday.  Drop in Center1400 North C Street, Sacramento CA 95814Ph. (916) 443-8333Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Drop in center, counselors to talk with are available.§ ADDITIONAL HOMELESS RESOURCESNational Runaway SwitchboardPh. 1(800) 621-4000Project TEACHP.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003Ph. (916) 733-8333 - 24/7 or (916) 228-2392FREE help to keep your child in school. Transportation, school supplies, other needed assistance.Keeps homeless families connected with school. Includes assisting unaccompanied youth in staying in school.Serves all County of Sacramento school districts.Widening Opportunities for Rehabilitation and knowledge - (W.O.R.K.) Program.1507 21st Street, Suite 205, Sacramento, CA 95811Ph. (916) 441-0123 - Administrative Office. or (916) 480-9000 - TLCS."Widening Opportunities for Rehabilitation and Knowledge (WORK) is a HUD funded program that provides forvocational support for homeless adults who are motivated to enter the workforce. This program works incollaboration with Crossroads Employment Services to provide employment services and job coaches as needed."San Juan Unified School District  San Juan High School – East Area7551 Greenback Lane, Room B-11, Citrus Heights, CA 95610Ph. (916) 971-7045  Encina High School – West Area1400 Bell Street, Room G-3, Sacramento, CA 95825Ph. (916) 979-8024 16 www.OneFathersLove.info
  21. 21. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Emergency Shelters ContinuedSac City Unified School District2930 21st Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820-3719Phone: (916) 277-6892Emergency referral assistance for homeless students including help with transportation, food and referrals.Twin Rivers Unified School District5115 Dudley Boulevard, Bay B, McClellan, CA 95652Ph. (916) 566-1600 x50852 (Jane C., Coordinator) or (916) 566-1600 x5084 (Tracey W., Coordinator)Provides services and referrals for homeless student assistance.Travelers Aid Emergency AssistancePh. (916) 399-9646Mission: To advance and support a network of human service provider organizations committed to assisting individuals andfamilies who are in transition, or crisis, and are disconnected from their support systems.Loaves and Fishes1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811Ph. (916) 443-7378 or (916) 446-9316 Information service center.Provides a wide variety of services to the homeless including Free telephone use, Hair cut vouchers, Toiletries, Laundry,Showers, Shave, Advocacy, Library, Animal emergency services, Day labor, Dining room, Genesis, Guest health outreach,Wash house, Jail visitation, and Sister Noras Place which is an overnight shelter serving the chronically homeless, mentally illwomen within the Sacramento area.  Mary HousePh. (916) 446-4961The Mary House program is a Sacramento community daytime shelter for women and children only. Also, provides assistancefor homeless dads, moms and their children.  Mustard Seed SchoolPh. (916) 447-3626The Mustard Seed School is a free school for Sacramento homeless children 3-15 age group.1.5 Rental Assistance www.OneFathersLove.info 17
  22. 22. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryThe good news is that here you will find six emergency, and charity rental assistance programs that may provide very limitedhelp. The not so good news is that 95% of the time, the rental assistance programs is out of funds. Typically, the programs beginthe month with hypothetically 1,000.00 and that amount is distributed within the first few days or week. Sometimes a propertyowner or landlord is generous enough to wait until a tenant receives an appointment for a screening interview and then issue the3 day pay or quit. The best advice is to go to your local parish or church and talk to them. If you do meet with a local church, thengive them the same respect as a program and have your paperwork, budget and other information with you. Here is somegeneral eligibility information and explanations to help you prepare for a screening and helpful things to say when leaving amessage: • You must have a three day notice in hand at your screening interview to be eligible for rental assistance. If you go to your landlord and request a 3 day notice for the purpose of receiving rental assistance, then beware that when your landlord hands you a three day pay or quit notice in order to receive the assistance, you have been legally served. • To apply for rental assistance you will need a copy of your lease agreement. • You will need proof of household income and show how you will pay all of your rent next month. • Rental assistance programs will usually call your landlord to verify your occupancy and need for rental assistance, so have the number with you. • The rental assistance programs will not pay any of the late fees or back rent. • Almost all rental assistance programs are subjective in discerning who will receive help. This is because they have a limited amount of money and usually give help to they who have the most vulnerable people in need, such as infants, seniors, and/or disabled living in the home. Rent assistance programs do not choose who they help; instead they offer very limited call in times. • Be prepared to have a specific reason (emergency) why you do not have all of the money for rent, such as your roommate that was on the lease is in the hospital for a month. Situations such as you lost your job, no longer receiving unemployment or your check did not show up, are usually to general. Families with children that have been displaced by CPS and/or lost their supplemental/Cal Works income are usually not considered a onetime emergency. • The rental assistance programs will not provide all of your rent. You will need to show that you have at least 75% of the money. Typically, the programs only gives up to one hundred dollars and in extremely rare circumstances may give up to 200.00. • If you are more than 100.00 behind in rent then you may possibly have two rental assistance programs, or a program and a church, concurrently help you. For example one program covers 100.00 and a local church gives you 25.00 to help cover your total rental assistance needs.Folsom Cordova Community Partnership10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Call (916) 361-8684 x5 Monday only 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and leave a message. If funds are available, your call will bereturned, if no funds are available then your call will not be returned and you will need to call again next Monday. Safety-NetServices - Rental Assistance (must bring 3-day pay or quit notice. By appointment only. Serves all zip codes.Greater Sacramento Urban League3725 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 286-8607 No walk ins, by appointment only.Emergency assistance provided on a first come first serve (very limited) bases. Serves all zip codes.The Salvation Army Sacramento Family Services4350 Raley Boulevard, # 200, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 678-4050You must call on Monday only 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for rental assistance. NOTE: If you receive a 3day pay or quit, then you will still have to wait until Monday for an appointment. Once you get through on the phone, then youmay receive an appointment to come in for a "screening."Zip codes: 95608, 95610, 95621, 95628, 95652, 95655, 95670, 95742, 95811, 95814, 95815, 95816, 95817, 95818, 95819,95821, 95825, 95827, 95841, 95842 and 95864.Travelers Aid Society2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822-4490Ph. (916) 399-9646 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.The Travelers Aid Society sometimes has a very limited amount of funds at the beginning of each month to help with rentalassistance. You must call first, no walk ins. The Travelers Aid is known to be fair in their screening process although it may helpif you have a caseworker or Pastor to advocate for you.Zip codes: 95820, 95822, 95823, 95824, 95826, 95828, 95829, 95830, 95831 and 95832.Rental Assistance Continued 18 www.OneFathersLove.info
  23. 23. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012St Josephs Catholic Church1717 El Monte Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95815Ph. (916) 925-3584The church provides rental assistance from very limited funds that are usually dispersed within the first few days of the month. Itis important to have your paperwork in order before calling for assistance. This organization is known to be fair and generous inhelping people. If they have the money to help, then they will.Zip codes: 95815 and 95813.Centro Guadalupe730 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95811-7011Ph. (916) 443-5367All of the suggestions in what you need to know will apply to your eligibility for rental assistance.The Centro Guadalupe also has a zip code restriction. They restrict their services to people living within certain zip codes andyou will need to call them to find out if you live in the right zip code for you and your children to be eligible. The CentroGuadalupe claims to provide rental assistance, however, when repeatedly called they have always stated they are out of funds.Zip codes: 95626, 95660, 95673, 95833, 95834, 95835, 95836, 95837, 95838 and 95843.South County ServicesPh. (209) 745-5367Call first Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. to determine if funds are available.Zip codes: 94571, 95615, 905624, 95632, 95638, 95639, 95641, 95683, 95690, 95693, 95757 and 95758.1.6 Furniture Resources www.OneFathersLove.info 19
  24. 24. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectorySt. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store2275 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825Ph. (916) 972-1212You may receive furniture for you and/or your children to have a safe place to eat and sleep. General eligibility is if a individual,senior or family is in crisis or verifiable need situation, and if the furniture vouchers can be filled. No cribs.Love Inc. (In the Name of Christ) SacramentoSacramento, CA.Ph. (916) 383-3232 (Helpline) Call Mon. - Fri. 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. for intake. Ph. (916) 383-3999 (Office) Info@LoveINC.USWe work with local congregations to: • Deliver a bed or beds to family members that dont have one • Deliver food to a family without transportation • Provide a kitchen table and chairs • Assist with one-time household repairs • Visit and help assess family options and resources in a crisis • And much, much, more...Our ‘clearing house’ phone center determines eligibility for families or individuals who have financial trouble or some otherverifiable ‘immediate need’.Furniture for FamiliesP.O. Box 34, Folsom, CA 95763Ph. (916) 635-2846Hours Tuesday - Wednesday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Individuals and families must be screened & referred by Human/Social service agency using a FFF Referral Form. 20 www.OneFathersLove.info
  25. 25. The Sacramento Resource Directory 20121.7 Utility AssistancePG&EPh. 1-866-743-2273The CARE program provides a monthly discount on energy bill for income eligible households. You may apply by phone.SMUD’s Energy Assistance Program Rate (EAPR)Ph. 1-888-742-7683 x3Provides eligible low-income individuals and families a discount of about 30 percent on their monthly SMUD bill. You may call forassistance to have an EAPR application mailed to you.Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)Ph. (916) 567-5200 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. By appointment only no walk-ins.Provides a SMUD and/or PG&E credit to bill in two months. Serves first time applicants in Sacramento, including Elk Grove andFolsom. Some eligibility requirements are Sacramento county, including Folsom and Elk Grove, resident, low-income, and neverused HEAP before. As of January 2012, applicants need to be senior (60+), or disabled or have children under five in the home.HEAP may serve all families later in the year.The Senior and Adult Services9750 Business Park Drive, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95827Ph. (916) 874-0979Provides energy assistance referrals to the SAS/SMUD Energy Assistance Team (SEAT) to help clients remain safely in theirhomes. Staff will contact clients to assist in completing utility discount applications and home weatherization, minor homerepairs, and appliance replacements, if qualified.South County Services539 N. Lincoln Way, Galt, CA 95632Ph. (209) 745-9174 Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Provides SMUD and PG&E assistance to individuals and families with a 3-day notice. No shut offs.Serves 94571, 95615, 95624, 95832, 95638, 95639, 95641, 95683, 95690, 95693, 95758 and 95757.Galt Community Concilio660 Chabolla Avenue, Galt, CA 95632Ph. (916) 745-9174 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Provides assistance with SMUD and PG&E to Galt, Elk Grove and surrounding areas.Travelers Aid Society2251 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822Ph. (916) 399-9646The Travelers Aid Society sometimes has a very limited amount of funds at the beginning of each month to help with utilityassistance. By appointment, no walk-ins. Does not assist with PG&E. You must have a disconnect notice or be disconnected.Under 200.00 may be paid and additional amount paid by family. Zip codes: 95820, 95822, 95823, 95824, 95826, 95828, 95829,95830, 95831 and 95832.The Salvation Army Sacramento Family Services4350 Raley Boulevard, # 200, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 678-4050 Call on Monday only 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for rental assistance. NOTE: Your48 hour shut off notice should be dated on the previous Friday or that Monday. If you receive a 48 hour shut off then you will stillhave to wait until Monday for an appointment. Once you get through on the phone, then you may receive an appointment tocome in for a "screening." During the "screening" the caseworker will determine if you are "eligible." A 200.00 limit.Zip codes: 95608, 95610, 95621, 95628, 95652, 95655, 95670, 95742, 95811, 95814, 95815, 95816, 95817, 95818, 95819,95821, 95825, 95827, 95841, 95842 and 95864. More info on the REACH program>>Folsom Cordova Community Partnership10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Call (916) 361-8684 x5 Monday only 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and leave a message. If funds are available your call will bereturned by the end of Tuesday, if no funds are available then your call will not be returned. Utility Assistance serves all ofSacramento county residents. Must have a disconnect notice.Greater Sacramento Urban League3725 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 286-8608Emergency assistance provided on a first come first serve bases. No walk ins, by appointment only. Serves all zip codes. www.OneFathersLove.info 21
  26. 26. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryCHAPTER 2: MEDICAL AND DENTAL2.1 Free Medical Clinics§ TB – HIV AND STD – PROSTATE CANCER TESTINGTB Chest Clinic4600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 874-9823 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Free and low cost chest x-rays and TB testing to CMISP insured or to people with no medical insurance.Mercy Clinic • This location includes FREE TB testing for shelter placement.Nurses office in Friendship Park, 1321 North C Street at 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 446-3345 Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.Free Health Clinic services for the homeless and families who do not have medical insurance.CARESFREE HIV and STD Testing1500 21st Street, Sacramento, CA 95811Ph. (916) 443-3299 Mon. – Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.CARES offers free & confidential walk-in and appointment HIV & STD testing.IMPACT ProgramP.O. Box 957180, Los Angeles, CA 90095Ph. 1-800-409-8252FREE prostate cancer treatment and support to California men with little or no health insurance.§ MIDTOWN CLINICSShifa Clinic419 V Street, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 441-6008Sundays: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.Shifa Free Clinic is located next door to the mosque. First time walk-ins arrive at 6:30 a.m.Clinica Tepatí1820 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 530-752-7028Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Primary care services to the uninsured also assisting the Latino community.Bayanihan Clinic923 V Street, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 448-6553 or (916) 833-1112 Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.Primary care services to the uninsured also assisting the Filipino community. Call for appointment and accepts limited walk-ins.Downtown Clinic923 V Street, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 448-6553 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Free and income-based physicals for children.The Willow Clinic1200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 442-0331 x0 Located at The Salvation ArmySaturdays: 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Free Health Clinic serving people without homes and no health insurance.Free Medical Clinics Continued 22 www.OneFathersLove.info
  27. 27. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012§ SOUTH SACRAMENTOCounty of Sacramento Primary Care Clinic4600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 874-9670 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (916) 874-8912-24hr clinic informationThe Primary care clinic provides walk in non-emergency services, including dental, to people with CMISP or no health insuranceand the homeless.Hope Well Child Clinic4401 44th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820Hours: Monday and Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Meadowview Clinic2118 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA 95832Ph. (916) 427-0368 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Free and income-based physicals or children.Imani Clinic3415 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Free walk-in clinic provides services to the uninsured. Pediatrics provided on the first Saturday of each month.Joan Viteri Memorial Clinic(located at Harm Reduction Services)3647 40th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817Saturdays: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.Free medical clinic on most Saturdays. Signups at 12:00 p.m.§ NORTH SACRAMENTO CLINICSMercy Clinic North Highlands - Call after march to determine if accepting new patients.6060 Watt Avenue - (located in a bungalow behind SC Joice Elementary School)North Highlands, CA 95660Ph. (916) 349-1568 - Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.No Fee - No Co-pay.§ FOLSOM CLINICSMercy Clinic FolsomTheodore Judah Elementary School105 Dean Way, Folsom, CA 95630Ph. (916) 983-3658Offers free and low-cost preventive and primary healthcare services.§ NATOMAS AND RANCHO CORDOVA CLINICSNatomas Crossroads FREE Clinic1101 National Drive, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95834Ph. (916) 514-6163Free Medical Clinic is open on the 1st Saturday of each month from 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. No Fee-No co-pay.Free Medical Clinics ContinuedWhite Rock Family Clinic www.OneFathersLove.info 23
  28. 28. 2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory10495 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Ph. (916) 364-0724 Mon., Tue., Wed. 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Thursday 12:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Free clinic for the income-eligible. Not a walk in clinic - you must apply and provide proof of income, residency and ID. Twoweeks waiting until seen.Paul Hom Asian Clinic6341 Folsom Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95819Ph. (916) 736-3966Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Free health clinic providing primary and acute care services. Also assists the Pacific Islander community. 24 www.OneFathersLove.info
  29. 29. The Sacramento Resource Directory 20122.2 Immunization ResourcesImmunization Assistance ProgramSacramento, CAPh. (916) 875-SHOT (7468)This is the number to call if you need free (no health insurance) or low-cost immunizations for your child. Provides informationabout immunizations and immunization services available to children and adults in the County of Sacramento. Refers clients toSacramento area immunization clinics in their area; Conducts flu clinics each fall for at-risk populations.Downtown Clinic923 V Street, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 448-6553 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Provides free and income-based immunizations to children.Meadowview Clinic2118 Meadowview Road, Sacramento, CA 95832Ph. (916) 427-0368 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Provides free and income-based immunizations to children.Childhood Immunization Schedule (for children 6 years of age and younger)English and Spanish, Ph. 1(800) CDC-INFO - Ph. 1(800) 232-4636 - TTY: (888) 232-6348 - FAX: (770) 488-4760To help yourself and/or your family use Catch-up Immunization scheduler for children six years of age and younger "This toolonce downloaded can be used to determine the vaccines and immunizations your child needs and is especially useful forquickly seeing missed or skipped vaccines according to the Immunization Schedule."Low-cost Vaccinations for Animals, Dogs, Cats and PetsCity of Sacramento Animal Care Services2127 Front Street, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 808-7387 www.OneFathersLove.info 25
  30. 30. 2012 The Sacramento Resource Directory2.3 Low-cost Clinics and Health InsuranceSacramento Native American Health Center2020 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 341-0575Sliding scale and Medi-cal for under 21 age group only.Molina Medical Clinic3234 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95815Ph. (916) 646-1200 Call 24/7 to locate one of 15 locations. Payment by Medic-cal and privately income-based.Downtown Clinic923 V Street, Sacramento, CA 95818Ph. (916) 448-6553 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Provides primary care services with insurance or sliding scale.The Effort Martin Luther King Jr. Village3900 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824Ph. (916) 737-5555 x4 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Closed every other Friday. Income eligibleProvides primary care, women’s health, pregnancy testing, immunizations on a sliding scale from 30.00 - 120.00 for incomeeligible families.Provides children’s dental for sliding scale if they are uninsured.The Effort South Valley8233 E. Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento CA 95828Ph. (916) 737-5555 x2 Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Provides adult a pediatric care, women’s health, prenatal care, pregnancy testing and immunizations for income eligible families.The Effort North Highlands6015 Watt Avenue, North Highlands, CA 95660Ph. (916) 679-3925 Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Provides primary care, womens health, pregnancy testing, immunizations on a sliding scale from 30.00 - 120.00 for incomeeligible families.Provides children’s dental for sliding scale if they are uninsured.The Effort Medical Health Services1820 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 737-5555 x1 Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Will accept Medi-cal, Medicare, Blue cross and low cost sliding scale of 30.00 minimum fees for income-eligible.Refugee Health Clinic4600 Broadway, Suite 2100, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 874-9227Serves people with refugee status from overseas. If you have refugee status, call and they will describe what you need to know.Mercy Clinic3911 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 929-8575 Call for an appointment. Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Provides General and Family medicine, Child Health and Disability program and Well Women visits.Accepts Medi-Cal, Geographic Managed Care, Healthy Families and call to determine if accepting new patients for sliding-scaleeligible services.Sacramento Community Clinic-SouthgateSouth office  7275 E. Southgate Drive, Suite 204 & 206, Sacramento, CA 95823Ph. (916) 428-3788 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.North office  2200 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento, Ca 95815Phone: (916) 924-7988 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Payment options: Medi-cal - Medi-care - and Uninsured patients for Sliding scale fees with a medi-cal denial letter.Provides: Primary Care - Immunizations - Mental Health - Chiropractic Care - Family Planning - OB/GYN -Hearing & Vision Screening - Occupational and Screening Physical Therapy - Wellness and Prevention EducationSpecialist Referrals - Substance Abuse – Dental. 26 www.OneFathersLove.info
  31. 31. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Low-cost Clinics and Health Insurance ContinuedSacramento Family Medical CenterServices for families or referrals to a specialist. Fees paid by Medi-cal or sliding scale. Appointments/walk-ins accepted. • Carmichael2928 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821Ph. (916) 971-6702 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Last Tuesday of the month 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • Rancho Cordova10390 Coloma Road, Suite B, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670Ph. (916) 363-2229 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Last Tuesday of the month 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • South Sacramento3811 Florin Road, #9, Sacramento, CA 95823Ph. (916) 427-1227 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Last Tuesday of the month 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • South Sacramento4730 47th Ave, Sacramento, CA 95824Ph. (916) 391-2229 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Last Tuesday of the month 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • North3441 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95838Ph. (916) 563-7200 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Last Tuesday of the month 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.Planned Parenthood • Fruitridge health Center5385 Franklin Boulevard, Suite A-D, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 452-7305 Call for an appointment • Capitol Plaza Health Center1125 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 444-7966 • B Street Center201 29th Street, Suite B, Sacramento, CA 95816Ph. (916) 446-6921Services Offered: Abortion Services - Birth Control Services - Emergency Contraception - General Health Care - HIV Testing -HPV & Hepatitis Vaccines - Mens Health Services - Pregnancy Testing, Options & Services - STD Testing & Treatment -Womens Health Services - Payment options: Medical - Medicaid and Sliding scale fees.County of Sacramento Medically Indigent Services Program-CMISP4600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 874-9238 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Call for 24 hour medical answering service assistance including where and how to apply or CMISP if you have a hospital bill.KAISER Permanente - Charitable Coverage Program1(866) 399-7696 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m."...provides medical and dental coverage to eligible children (birth through age 18) in families that do not have access toemployer-subsidized coverage and do not qualify for public programs."AIM California’s Insurance Program for Pregnant WomenPh. 1-800-433-2611 To qualify for AIM, you must be:· Pregnant: You must be pregnant, but not more than 30 weeks pregnant, as of the application date· A California resident: A person living in California who plans to stay; and· Not enrolled in other programs: You cannot be receiving no-cost Medi-Cal or Medicare Part A and Part B benefits as of theapplication date; and· Not covered by a private health insurance plan: You cannot have private health insurance, unless your private health insuranceplan has a maternity-only deductible or copayment greater than $500 as of your date of application; and· Within the AIM income guidelines: You must have a monthly household income (after income deductions) within AIM incomeguidelines.River City Medical Group Locate a Medi-cal Provider100 Howe Avenue, Suite 210 South, Sacramento, CA 95825Call 1-800-9281201 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. www.OneFathersLove.info 27
  32. 32. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryProvides a database to locate any Medi-cal provider by location, name or specialty to Medi-Cal patient. 28 www.OneFathersLove.info
  33. 33. The Sacramento Resource Directory 2012Low-cost Clinics and Health Insurance ContinuedMedi-Cal InformationTo apply for Medi-Cal call: Ph. (916) 734-1600Ph. (916) 874-2215 24hrs.Provides information for Medi-Cal insurance applications.Department of Health Care Services Medi-CalPh. 1(800)541-5555This is the main website and medical assistance phone number for Local and State Medi-cal insurance information.Medi-Cal EligibilityMailing Address:P.O. Box 997417, MS 4607, Sacramento, CA 95899-7417Ph. (916) 552-9200Offers information on Medi-cal insurance eligibility.Medi-Cal Managed CareMailing Address: P.O. Box 997413, MS 4400, Sacramento, CA 95899-7413Physical Address: 1501 Capitol Avenue, MS 4400, Sacramento, CA 95814Ph. (916) 449-5000Medi-Cal PharmacyMailing Address:P.O. Box 997417, MS 4604, Sacramento, CA 95899-7417Physical Address: 1501 Capitol Avenue, MS 4604, Sacramento, CA 95814Medi-Cal FraudPh. 1(800)822-6222To report suspected Medi-cal fraud.§ EMERGENCY ROOM HOTLINES www.OneFathersLove.info 29
  34. 34. 2012 The Sacramento Resource DirectoryEmergency Room HotlinesKaiser Emergency Room: (916) 973-66006600 Bruceville RoadSacramento, California 95823Ph. (916) 688-2000Kaiser Medical Center2025 Morse Avenue,Sacramento, CA 95825Ph. (916) 973-5000-24 HoursMercy San Juan Emergency Room: (916) 537-51204001 J StreetSacramento, California 95819Ph. (916) 453-4545Methodist Emergency Room: (916) 423-60207500 Hospital DriveSacramento, California 95823Ph. (916) 423-3000Sutter General Emergency Room: Ph. (916) 733-89002801 L StreetSacramento, California 95816Ph. (916) 454-2222Sutter Memorial Emergency Room: Ph. (916) 733-10005151 F StreetSacramento, California 95819Ph. (916) 454-3333UCD Medical Center Emergency Room: Ph. (916) 734-24552315 Stockton Boulevard,Sacramento, California 95817Ph. (916) 734-2001Sutter General Hospital2801 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95816Ph. (916) 454-2222-24 Hours. Or 454-6695Provides emergency treatment including long term care services and accepts Med-ical/Medicare and private health insurance. 30 www.OneFathersLove.info
  35. 35. The Sacramento Resource Directory 20122.4 Emergency and Low-cost DentalSacramento County Dental Clinic4600 Broadway, Suite 1400, Sacramento, CA 95820Ph. (916) 874-8300 Walk-ins Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. & 12:30 p.m.Emergency dental treatment, repair and services.Sacramento Native American Health Center2020 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95811Ph. (916) 341-0575Dental Services include: General Dentistry for Children and Adults - Dental Exams and X-Rays.Carrington College California Dental8909 Folsom Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95826Ph. (916) 361-5168 (888) 551-SMILEFree dental screening, cleaning, fluoride application, sealants and x-rays to men, women and children ages 3 to 17.Denti-CalP.O. Box 15539, Sacramento, CA 95852Ph. 1-800-322-6384Provides Medi-cal dental treatment referral services for Medi-cal dental recipients who need to locate a dentist.Sacramento District Dental Society915 28th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816Ph. (916) 446-1211Maintains a referral service for low cost dental treatment.Veteran Affairs Department (Mather)-Dental10535 Hospital Way, Mather, CA 95655Ph. (916) 843-7000 - information • Dental: 5401 Arnold Avenue, McClellan, CA 95652Ph. (916) 561-7800 or 800-382-8387You may contact the McClellan Dental Clinic for a full range of dental treatment services to Veterans.WIND Youth Services - Dental701 Dixieanne Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95815Ph. (916) 443-8333 or 561-2424Will provide dental treatment resources for homeless youth that do not have a dental insurance plan.Western Career College-DentalPh. (916) 361-6714Occasionally offers FREE Dental hygiene to children and their parents. Call to make an appointment.Sacramento City College-Dental3835 Freeport Boulevard, Rodda South 134, Sacramento, CA 95822Ph. (916) 558-2303 or 558-2356Low cost dental hygiene services provided to adults and children through the SCCs Dental Health Clinic.Denti-cal Western Dental complaintsPh. 1(800) 322-6384 Mon. –Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.You may call this number to file a complaint, File for a Fair Hearing. www.OneFathersLove.info 31

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