The 7th & H Housing Community is a mixed-use affordable housing development that provides 150 studio and one-bedroom apartments in an eight-story building; extensive community space, comprehensive resident services, a health clinic and ground floor commercial retail located in close proximity to public transit and a number of downtown amenities. The new building will comprise a landmark affordable housing community which will incorporate many environmentally sustainable features.
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.
Offers a variety of treatment options that accommodate all levels of need and a full continuum of care. Specialized programs include short and long-term residential treatment, outpatient treatment options, transitional living and case management services with knowledgeable and caring staff who understand the complexities of addiction.
Programs: Promise House (Women’s residential program), Men’s Residential (28-bed residential alcohol and drug treatment facility), Outpatient Program, Sober Living (916-706-2007), Bridges Women and Children (transitional living program exclusively for mothers receiving benefits from CalWorks; 916-410-6112), Specialized Treatment Recovery Services (STARS) (assistance to parents involved w/CPS and Sacramento County Dependency Courts getting assistance meeting mandates given to them regarding drug and alcohol treatment, testing and support).
Individual and group counseling, behavioral therapy, financial literacy and employment training, spiritual counsel, temporary housing, recreational activities, and assistance accessing public and community-based health and social services. In addition to residential treatment services, Cache Creek Lodge runs a 22-bed transitional housing program for clients in various stages of recovery.
California LifeLine is a state program that provides discounted home phone and cell phone services to qualified households (individual’s primary residence only). Each household must choose to get the discount either on a home phone or on a cell phone, but not on both. You may qualify for California LifeLine via Program-Based OR Income-Based. Documentation of proof of eligibility is required.
* Note: Applications go through your telephone service provider.
Learn about the state and federal benefits you are entitled to receive and how to claim them. Those benefits could compensate you for a service-connected disability, allow you to begin or resume your college education, care for your health, train for or find employment, buy a home, live out your years with dignity and respect, and much more!
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.
Fair Oaks, CA
Clean & Sober Transitional Living (CSTL) is a community of adults who share the intention of achieving long-term freedom from drugs and alcohol. Offers a safe, secure, supportive and affordable sober living environment where residents can strengthen their recovery, learn how to prevent relapse and build a strong foundation for a life free from drugs or alcohol. Has 14 homes and 120-plus residents.