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Free Stuff for Low Income Families in Sacramento, CA

Free Stuff Sac Community Resources

August 10, 2015
Subsidized Services from Public Agencies Including Financial and Educational Resources
All the programs or services on this website are free stuff for low income families, subsided and/or based on income. After you reach the bottom of the page, click through the right navigation to see if there is a program that can help you achieve self sufficiency. For most people who can at least clean there own house, can find work housing cleaning. No matter how hard it is to get an education and find work, it is a lot better than the children seeing their parents scrap the Internet for free stuff.  

California Lifeline
Sacramento, CA
Ph. 1-877-771-7736
You can also qualify for California LifeLine is your total household low income people is at or less than these income maximums:

Apply for the California Lifeline
Also, there is a residential or wireless life line through Telscape Lifeline Services>>


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http://www.dca.ca.gov/ Comsumer Affairs
Call 1 800 952-5210 File a complaint - Recalls and more.
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Free Household Products through Reuse Program
4450 Roseville Road in North Highlands and is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M.
The North Area Recovery Station (NARS) offers free household products to all residents and companies through its Reuse Closet. Customers can find products in the Reuse Closet such as car and lawn care products, paint, and household cleaners – all free of charge.
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The Freecycle Network 
You sign up in the free stuff Sacramento are you want, or all, then you are on a email list. Each time something comes up, you get an email. Last time I checked, it was very busy.

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Of course Craigslist Free Stuff
Check out Craigslist free stuff link that opens in a new window, maybe something is useful Sacramento free stuff there today that you need.
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FREE Neighborhood Shuttle in North Sacramento
Ph. (916) 564-0521 Molina Medical NorwoodProvides a free shuttle service to eleven differant stops in the North Sacramento area. Molina membership is not required. View the free Molina shuttle flyer.
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World Relief Sacramento
3750 Auburn Blvd, Suite B, Sacramento, CA 95821
Ph. (916) 978-2650
ESL Classes and Mentoring 
Cornerstone Community Church in Arden-Arcade Monday-Wednesday from 9-11:30am.
At the World Relief office, Monday through Thursday from 1-4pm.
Assist as ESL MENTORS which often consists of simply spending some regular time (perhaps an hour a week) sitting down with a refugee to review and practice speaking English. Greet newly arriving refugees at the airport to welcome them to United States and then provide initial resettlement services to refugees for three to six months after arrival.
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TechSkills of California (No Cost) PC Clinic
10235 Systems Parkway, Suite D, Sacramento, CA 95827
Ph. (916) 649-9600
Every Friday, TechSkills of California holds a PC Repair Clinic computer support Sacramento for the community. The PC shop is open from 9am – 3pm at our Sacramento Campus. The Tech’s perform the following free computer repair services at “no charge” to the community and our partners; Installations Performance Maintenance Troubleshooting Spyware clean-up Information regarding computer etc. Anyone interested in participating in this “no charge” service should call to schedule an appointment.
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Benifits.gov
If you have the time, explore this website to see if you qualify for any benefits. there are a huge amount listed for just about every need.

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UCPI.SCO.CA.gov Unclaimed money in California
Search to find out if you or someone you know has unclaimed money or property in California.
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Welcome to U.S.A. Learns! A Free site for adults to: Learn English - Improve basic reading, writing, speaking and life skills. U.S.A. Learns has become the nations most popular English learning program availible online. You can use this valuable English learning program at home, during your break time at work, or even introduce the program with services that your organizations provides. This is a win-win website for English learning!!!
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AnnualCreditReport.com Click on the banner and the link will take you to the "real" FREE annual credit report website.
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315 Huss Drive, Chico, CA 95928
Ph. (530) 895-4175
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
We sell refurbished computers to low income families as well as schools because our belief is that in order to succeed in school, computers for low income students should be able to have access to computers at their home for a reasonable price. The desktop computers for low income we offer range from $100-$200 and are already equipped with Microsoft Office (which includes: Word, Excel, Power Point, and One Note) and have a one year warranty. Eligible recipients must be low income people and provide us with either: Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, Food Stamps, Section 8 Housing, or Social Security Disability.
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10235 Systems Parkway, Suite D, Sacramento, CA 95827
Toll Free 866.272.9642
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 4:50 p.m.

"Through CAP, a consumer may retire a qualified vehical and recieve 1,000.00 or 500.00 if the consumer meets low-income eligibility guidlines. In addition, CAP provides qualified consumers who own a vehical that fails its biennial (every other year) Smog Check inspection up to 500.00 in financial assistance toward emissions-related repairs."

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AB 490: Ensuring Educational Rights for Foster Youth
About AB490: This law allows a child that has been removed from their home by Juvenile Dependency Court (CPS) and placed into foster care to remain in their "school of origin." If you are a parent of a child that has become a ward of Juvenile Dependency Court, then you as a parent have the "educational rights" and respectfully request that the court keep your children in their own school. Parents and your attorney must have a court order to carry out your child's best educational interest. For more information and to prepare for raising this request at your next court date click HERE.

Foster Care Ombudsman at 1-877-846-1602
If you have complaints about your foster family home or your group home, you can call the Community Care Licensing Regional Office go to CCL Regional Offices. To file a complaint Complaint Form.
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CPS division you may follow this link that provides information and steps to take in resolving a dispute. "How can the Office of the Ombudsman help you?" - http://www.sacdhhs.com/article.asp?ContentID=53
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Sacramento County, California Free Public Records Directory (Click on the title for additional records) California Court Records and other Resources report
Links to state and local court records, general California court information, directory of courts, and online resources for courts in California.

Search and map sex offenders in any California County.
Jail and Inmate Records report
Search Sacremento County jail and inmate records.
Warrants and Wanted Persons report
View this online listing of Sacramento County wanted persons or arrest warrants.  
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BACKGROUND CHECKS!!!
Want to find out if your babysitter, neighbor, the person you are dating, or even your boss or Social Worker has any civil or criminal history??? Check for Unlawful Detainer (evictions) past DUI convictions - Domestic Violence (DV) restraining orders - and more. Just because someone is, or is not, listed does not make the person guilty or innocent. https://services.saccourt.com/indexsearchnew/
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433 California Street, Suite 815, San Francisco, CA 94104
Ph. (415) 834-0100
OneJustice works with all of California's legal services organizations to support and improve their organizational development and infrastructure. OneJustice also gives nonprofit leaders the skills they need to most effectively run their organizations. This translates into more people getting the help they need more efficiently and effectively every day.
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Fueling America's Prosperity One Gas Tank At A Time"
SERVICES - Free Gas USA, Inc. provides gasoline grants in denominations ranging from $50 to $1200 dollars.
Grants are need-based and restricted to fuel purchases only.
Disclaimer: Onefatherslove.com has not verified this resource. By Victor Stark.