1. Call Jail Psych. Services (JPS) at (916) 874-5222, leave your X-Reference, date of release, and request to have the prescription called into Primary Care.
2. If you call early in the morning, you can pick up your prescription later that same afternoon. If you call after 12 pm, you’ll have to pick it up the next day.
3. You will receive a 30-day supply at no cost to you. The Primary Care Facility is located at: 4600 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95820; (916) 874-9523.
Elk Grove, CA
Reentry Services: (916) 874-1874
Placer County’s Alternative Sentencing programs offer an alternative for individuals to serve their jail time while remaining in the community.
Alternative Sentencing is a privilege, not a right. A person may only apply for Alternative Sentencing after the court grants approval to apply. You must then be approved and accepted through an application process by the Probation Department.
The Attorney General’s Division of Law Enforcement is a team of special agents and staff who are on the front lines of crimefighting in California. The division works in partnership with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to take down criminal street gangs, stop the trafficking of dangerous narcotics, and bring criminals to justice.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).
On the website, you can locate a state prison inmate, find a facility (and get the phone number, visiting info, and mailing address), and other information.
Sacramento, CA 95826
Landlord/Tenant (Unlawful Detainers): (916) 875-7746 (Call Center Hours: 8:05 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Small Claims: (916) 875-7746 (Call Center Hours: 8:05 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Small Claims Advisory Clinic: (916) 875-7846
Traffic: (916) 875-7800 (Call Center Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Main Office (Northern Region)
9825 Goethe Rd., Ste. 200
Sacramento, CA 95827
Sacramento Metro 1 & 4
8000 Elder Creek Rd, Sacramento, CA 95824
Sacramento Metro 2 GPS & 3 GPS
1608 T St, Sacramento, CA 95811
Sacramento Natomas & North
4616 Roseville Road, Ste. 100, North Highlands, CA 95660
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) developed this community-based organization directory. The information in this directory is provided by representatives of the programs listed. The Community Resource Directory includes each organization’s contact information as well as the services they provide and the primary regions they serve.