North Highlands, CA
The North Highlands Christian Food Ministry has been serving the North Highlands area for over 40 years. Food is distributed to needy families and the homeless every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.
ACC Senior Services (formerly known as The Asian Community Center of Sacramento Valley) is dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors and caregivers.
Housing options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Rehabilitation.
Support programs: ACC Rides Transportation Service, Bridge to Healthy Families, Caregiver and Support Services, Friendly Visitor, Meals on Wheels, Resource Center, and Senior Employment Program.
CalFresh (formerly Food Stamps) enables you to buy more food, improve health and nutrition, and stretch your grocery budget. You can apply online at www.getcalfresh.org or www.benefitscal.org.
To request a CalFresh application or get more information, call:
Sacramento County Dept of Human Assistance:
. . (916) 874-3100 or (209) 744-0499
El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency:
. . (530) 642-7300 or (530) 573-3200
Placer County Human Services:
. . (916) 784-6000 or (530) 889-7610
San Joaquin County Human Services Agency:
. . (209) 468-1000
Yolo County Health & Human Services:
. . (530) 661-2750
Sacramento, CA 95811
Food distribution held at:
St. John’s Lutheran Church
1701 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
Last 3 Thursdays of the month
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
9242 Kiefer Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95826
3rd Tuesday of the month
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Fremont Presbyterian Church
5770 Carlson Drive, Sacramento, CA 95819
3rd Thursday of the month
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Senior Program (60 and over)
Golden Palms Mobilehome Estates
8181 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826
3rd Wednesday of the month
10:00 am-1:00 pm
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
M/W/F 9:30am – 1:30pm
Serves the 95670, 95742, 95655, 95683, 95826, 95927, & 95830 Zip Codes.
Once every 30 Days. SS ID required
Sacramento, CA 95816
No further information is available.
Programs address physical and mental health, substance use, employment and income needs, and housing. Operates a 72-bed emergency shelter with a commercial kitchen for hot meals; permanent supportive housing programs; and Walter’s House, a 44-bed residential treatment program.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Next Move has a variety of programs to help get families and individuals off the street and into a home of their own. Our programs include a temporary shelter with motel vouchers for families with children experiencing homelessness through our Francis House Center program.
* Emergency Family Shelter: An 85-bed Family Shelter Campus provides an emergency shelter stay with intensive supportive services to homeless families with dependent children, including single fathers and males over the age of 14. To see if you qualify, call (916) 455-2160.
* Permanent Supportive & Rapid Re-Housing Programs: For seniors and individuals living with disabilities.
. . . Casa de Esperanza: Serves disabled chronically homeless men and women.
. . . Home at Last: Serves chronically homeless seniors, with 22 units of permanent supportive housing serving homeless men and women.
. . . Omega Project: Permanent housing and continued supportive services to 15 singles and 22 families who have multiple and severe disabilities.
. . . Step Up Sacramento: Provide 122 units of permanent supportive housing to individuals and families including veterans, transitional age foster youth and seniors 55 and older.
. . . Stepping Stones: This new rapid re-housing program serves 14 homeless families to be re-housed and stabilized.
* Francis House Center: As of January 1, 2016, Francis House Center is a program of Next Move, delivering the same high-quality services at the same location (1422 C Street, Sacramento) as always. Visit francishousecenter.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-443-2646 for info.
The Overcomer’s Program is a Residential Recovery Facility providing counseling, family reunification and complete restoration of individuals suffering from destructive addictions and behaviors. They provide recovery assistance and support to men and women over the age of 18 in Sacramento, CA, serving the Central Valley Region.
The 1- to 2-year program includes 40 hours a week of comprehensive classroom instruction, to include anger management, group therapy, life skills, leadership training, relapse prevention, self-esteem development and more.
Cost: There is a one-time administration processing fee of $170 in addition to monthly fees that are based on a sliding scale of affordability.
The Overcomer’s Program was initially established by the Calvary Christian Center in 1995. It was founded as an outreach ministry to serve those challenged by alcohol and drug abuse, spousal and sexual abuse, homelessness and other such life challenges that require outside, professional support to overcome.
Sacramento, CA 95821
River City Food Bank’s second food distribution site at Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Arden Arcade brings healthy food and fresh produce to those living in the area. Additionally, with a large capacity refrigeration unit to be installed in the near future, River City Food Bank will act as a food hub to smaller food closets and pantries in the area. This two-pronged approach to feeding the hungry in Arden Arcade exponentially broadens the service area surrounding the Center and increases the numbers of individuals served.
Food Distribution Hours: Saturday 11a.m.–1p.m.
Additional amenities include:
On-site resource center
Raised community garden beds
On-site public tours and quarterly community dinners
Access to other wrap-around services on the campus
On-site clothes closet
Campus K–12 charter school
Campus daycare center