OneFathersLove Sacramento Community Resources
The Sacramento Resource Directory OneFathersLove
February 6th, 2015
1981 Grand Avenue,
(916) 514-6333 message only.
Locate low income apartments, Drug rehab centers, Free clinics, Free dental cleanings, Food banks and any other charitable Sacramento resource. The goal of this website is connecting you directly to the resources without going through a information and referral service, case worker, etc. Therefore; you are empowered to connect yourself to the help you need.
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Drug Rehab Programs
Description: Drug Rehab Programs in California Alcohol treatment for Outpatient, Detox and Residential substance abuse programs.
Description: Sacramento Free Clinics open on Saturday, Sunday Clinic downtown for prenatal care, ultrasound, pregnancy and womens Clinicas.
Low income apartments
Description: Low income apartments in Sacramento rent based on your income for subsidized apartments.
Food bank list
v Directory of Non-profit and Faith-based Community Services.
Description: Food banks in Sacramento County for emergency food, mobile food banks and free meals.
v Resources are added and edited to the website daily.
v Each year every resource is called to update the entire website.
v Over 140 categories of Sacramento resources.
Mission Statement: "...Helping Individuals and Families Achieve Self-sufficiency..."
A special acknowledgement is given to all individual contributors and to the resources themselves for providing their time to make this information assistance service a success.
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