Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) is a private, non-profit corporation working under contract with the State of California, Department of Developmental Services, to provide services to persons, age three and above, with a developmental disability pursuant to the Lanterman Act.
ACRC also provides services to infants and toddlers, between birth and 36 months, who have a need for early intervention services and who meet the eligibility criteria for the California Early Start program.
If you think you, your child, or someone you know may be at risk for or may have a developmental disability, contact their regional center.
The California Conservation Corps is a department within the California Natural Resources Agency. It is the oldest and largest conservation corps in the nation.
The CCC program provides young men and women 18 – 25 years old a year of paid service to the State of California. During their year of service, Corpsmembers work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters. Through this work, they gain skills and experience that lead to meaningful careers. Their motto is “Hard work, low pay, miserable conditions and more!” We are dedicated to developing our Corpsmembers into citizens with character, credentials, and commitment.
California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) is a cash aid program for low-income families to meet their basic needs. It also provides education, employment, and training programs to help families get jobs and move towards self-sufficiency.
There is a 48-month time limit for adults but the children can remain on aid if otherwise eligible under the Safety Net program. There are special services for pregnant and parenting teens through the CalLearn program.
Access your benefits online ANYTIME at www.mybenefitscalwin.org
Contact your county’s office for eligibility and enrollment information.
Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance
..2700 Fulton Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821
..3960 Research Dr, Sacramento, CA 95838
..1725 28th St, Sacramento, CA 95816
..2450 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA 95822
..10013 Folsom Blvd, Rancho Cordova, CA 95827
..5747 Watt Ave, North Highlands, CA 95660
..210 North Lincoln Way, Galt, CA 95632 | (916) 874-3100 or (209) 744-0499
El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency
..3057 Briw Rd, Placerville, CA 95667 | (530) 642-7300
..3368 Lake Tahoe Blvd Ste 100, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150 | (530) 573-3200
Placer County Human Services
..11542 B Ave, Auburn, CA 95603 | (530) 889-7610
..1000 Sunset Blvd. #220, Rocklin, CA 95765 | (916) 784-6000
..5225 North Lake Blvd, Carnelian Bay, CA 96140 | (530) 546-1900
San Joaquin County Human Services Agency
..333 E. Washington St, Stockton, CA 95202 | (209) 468-1000
Yolo County Health & Human Services
..25 N. Cottonwood St, Woodland, CA 95695 | (530) 661-2750
..500-A Jefferson Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95605 | (916) 375-6200
Carrington College can help you get started in a health care career. Our focus is to help change your life for the better through education. That’s more than our purpose; it’s our promise to you.
Programs in Dental Hygiene, Health Information Technology, Health Studies, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding, Pharmacy Technology, Registered Nursing LVN to RN, Veterinary Technology, and Vocational Nursing.
Carrington College also has a campus in Citrus Heights, at 7301 Greenback Lane, Suite A , Citrus Heights, CA 95621. Office: (916) 585-7769.
Fair Oaks, CA
Center Point’s mission is to provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness.
Center Point offers rehabilitation and treatment services that interrupt the abusive cycles of psychological, social and economic dislocation by providing critical training and support so that individuals and families can claim self-worth and dignity.
Career training programs at the Charles Jones Career & Education Center provide job training for adults who are then prepared to enter the fields of electronics, medical, nursing, business, automotive and court reporting.
Classes are open to anyone 18 years of age or older and has a high school diploma or equivalent who is committed to making a positive change in their life by training for an in-demand career.
Coordinator III, Adult Education
The Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training Project is funded by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS), Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) and has been modified by the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego. The goal of this project is to have free training available for mandated child abuse reporters so they may carry out their responsibilities properly.
5650 Sunrise Blvd Ste 150
Citrus Heights, CA
Individual and group counseling for Veterans, Servicemembers, and their families
Family counseling for military related issues
Bereavement (grief) counseling
Military sexual trauma counseling and referral
Community outreach and education
Substance abuse assessment and referral
Referral of other VA services