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4700 Roseville Road, Suite 102, North Highlands, CA 95660 map Ph. (916) 244-1906 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday (a voice message may be left and call returned within 24 hours) Direct Services:
Include free Information & Resource line which promotes resources available for prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect by providing support and direct linkages to community resources for families within Sacramento County. Resources can include but are not limited to free family recreation events, mobile food banks, job assistance services, parenting groups/classes, affordable housing listings, grief support, no cost/low cost counseling services and many more. Free trainings:
Offered to the community, parents and professionals who serve children and families in the recognition and response to child abuse (Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Training), define and support the impacts of violence on children, positive discipline and other related child development topics. Collaboration:
Achieved through capacity building and legislative advocacy through Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers, Safe Beginnings and Child Death Review Team. CAPC works with local partners and community members to develop programs which produce healthier and happier families and communities with the assistance of the AmeriCorps program.
What to do if a child comes to you... "Your job is to simply report what the child tells you, not to investigate the situation." More on what to do>>What is Child Abuse? Physical Abuse Sexual Abuse Physical Neglect Emotional Abuse Cultural Customs Profile of an Abusive Home
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5450 Power Inn Suite B, Sacramento, CA 95820 map
Ph. (916) 388-9418 Mon. - Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. TEXT US at (916) 224-4677 Services - Just for Youth - How You Can Help
Youth ages 12-24 who have been identified as having had some behavioral health concerns, including Substance Abuse Treatment, Mental Health Counseling, Prevention Programs, & Family Support.
Child and Family Institute
3951 Performance Drive, Sacramento, CA 95838 map
Ph. (916) 736-0828
Serves Children and their Families. Intense Family Counseling and/or Therapy for Children 2-18 age group. To be eligible you musthave a referral from a county agency such as A. C. C. E. S. S., Child Protective Services Etc.
Child and Family Institute
- is able to provide free counseling services to at risk children/youth who have experienced or witnessed some sort of trauma in their lives and do not have the insurance to cover counseling services. Can accommodate all languages. You can make a self-referral.
6060 Sunrise Vista Drive, Suite 2560, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 map
Includes locations in Roseville (916) 774-6802, Auburn (530) 887-3536, Citrus Heights (916) 705-7378
Short term counseling for at risk youth 6 - 17 age group that experienced abuse, neglect, or other traumatic experience. No cost and self-referrals are accepted for youth services.
Learning Anger Under Good Health - L.A.U.G.H.
7224 Florin Mall Drive, Sacramento, CA 95823 map
Ph. (916) 878-6511
Services for at risk youth ages 14-21 in anger management, peer pressure life skills, and connections to parenting. Sessions are four weeks, three hours, each Saturday 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
Omni Youth Programs
9616 Micron Avenue, Suite 750, Sacramento, CA 95827 map
Ph. (916) 362-2000
Offers services to at risk youth and families including drug prevention, achieving success at school, violence prevention, prevent bullying, smoking prevention, life skills, parent workshops and more. Free of charge and sliding scale youth services.
C. A. A. R. E. Diagnostic and Treatment Center
3671 Business Drive, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95820 map
Ph. (916) 734-8396
Works with at risk youth and their Parents/Caregiver. Intense Family Therapy with the use of technology. The treatment plan is up to one year, including referrals to youth services. To be eligible youmusthave a referral from a county agency such as A. C. C. E. S. S., Child Protective Services, Children’s Receiving Home.
EMQ Children & Family Services 8801 Folsom Boulevard, Ste 210 , Sacramento CA 95826 map
Services offered: Foster Family Agency, Psychiatric Services, Therapeutic Behavioral Services. To receive wraparound services, children must be referred by Sacramento County Probation, Child Protective Services and Mental Health."