Northern Sacramento County Social Services Providers

Firefighters Burn Institute Youth Firesetter Program is providing this information on community service providers to give you access to organizations whose expertise may be of value as an educational or reference tool. Originally provided by the County of Sacramento and the Sacramento County Probation Department (please note: the core information was last updated in August 2010), none of these entities take responsibility for the views, content or accuracy of this information nor do we endorse any content or products that may be advertised or noted in this list. Unless otherwise specified, all phone numbers should be assumed to be in the (916) area code.

EVIDENCE BASED PROGRAMMING

Strategies for Change
(916) 473-5764
At this site, the following curriculums are offered:
Lifestyles: Focus is on how offenders think and teaches them to change their behaviors by changing their thinking.

ALCOHOL AND DRUG

Strategies for Change
473-5764
Offers AOD counseling and Lifestyles (criminal thinking).
Panacea Services Inc.
854-4564
Offers AOD counseling and Armstrong Substance Misuse.
New Dawn Recovery
723-4335
Offers counseling for those suffering from chemical dependency. Day treatment program as well as inpatient and outpatient AOD Services.
SBAC
454-4242
Offers AOD services and theft education.
The Effort
368-3080
Offers AOD services especially with methamphetamine. Services are provided across different levels of care (detox, residential, outpatient, medical clinic) and they provide full service treatment, including medical support through their primary care clinic and co-occurring disorders treatment for those clients with co-existing mental health issues.
Another Choice Another Change
(916) 388-9418
AOD screening, assessment and counseling, anger management, mental health counseling, group mentoring.

ANGER MANAGEMENT

Center for Fathers and Families
878-6511
Offers anger management. Fee is sliding scale.
Panacea Services Inc
854-4564
Offers EBP Teaching Pro-Social Skills (Anger management).
The Effort
368-3080
Offers AOD services especially with methamphetamine. Services are provided across different levels of care (detox, residential, outpatient, medical clinic) and they provide full service treatment, including medical support through their primary care clinic and co-occurring disorders treatment for those clients with co-existing mental health issues.
New Dawn Recovery
723-4335
Offers anger identification and family counseling. Day treatment program as well as inpatient and outpatient AOD Services.
Mutual Assistance Network
927-7694
811 Grand Ave., Del Paso Heights
Offers a variety of services such as employment, support groups for
parents, grandparents, teens, parenting teens, parent and child development education and classes, academic services, anger management classes, self
esteem classes, leadership development classes and community service.

ARSON

Firefighters Burn Institute Youth Firesetter Program
(888)452-7233

COMMUNITY CENTERS / TEEN CENTERS

A variety of these teen centers offers pro-social activities and events such as arts and crafts, internet, video gaming, board games, pool, foosball, movies, volunteer opportunities, martial arts, dance, sports activities, groups and field trips. Please call for specific services.

Joe Mims. Jr Hagginwood Community Center
808-6439
3271 Marysville Blvd. Sacramento CA
Oak Park Community Center
808-6151
3425 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Sacramento, CA
Robertson Community Center
808-6419
3525 Norwood Ave. Sacramento CA
Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center
927-1303
450 West El Camino Ave. Sacramento CA
Boys and Girls Club
442-2582
1117 G Street, Sacramento
$12/yr.
YMCA
(916) 452-9622
2021 W Street, Sacramento
$22/mo.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

City of Sacramento Animal Shelter
808-7387
Offers community service hours for youth.
Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District
991-5929
Offers community service hours for youth.

EMPLOYMENT

SETA
  1. Marysville Blvd. • 286-8623
  2. Hillsdale Blvd. • 263-4100
  3. Citrus Heights • 676-2540
  4. Rancho Cordova • 255-3255
  5. Mather • 228-3127
SETA One Stop Centers offer a variety vocational and employment opportunities for youth and adults. Various employment assistance grants specific to probationers. Case manager will assess individual needs. Several Locations throughout Sacramento.

GANG AWARENESS

Roberts Family Center
646-6631
Offers after school programming and gang prevention.
Strategies for Change
473-5764
Offers gang intervention.

HOUSING RESOURCES

Teen Shelters (under 18)

Wind Teen Center
628-0395
Offers a variety of services for homeless teens 11 to 22 years of age. Shelter, school, meals, laundry, and case management services. Youth advocate will assist 18 to 22 year olds with housing referrals.
Volunteers of America
442-3691
Support services for families, children and seniors; outreach and referral for the homeless, mentally ill; re-entry programs for sex offenders; recovery programs for alcoholics and drug abusers; shelter for homeless; job placement.

MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT / INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELING

After Counseling
344-0249
Offers alcohol and drug services, anger management, domestic violence, family counseling and sex and theft education.
EMQ
388-6314
Offers WRAP services, individual and family counseling for child sex abuse, psychiatric services.
Strategies for Change
473-5764
Offers substance abuse treatment for individuals and families including: Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient and Youth Substance Abuse Treatment. Services are offered to men, women and youth on an outpatient basis and are ideal for those who require slightly less structure than a “live in” program. Clients attend programs based on their level of need and return home at the end of the day.
The Effort
368-3080
Offers AOD services especially with methamphetamine. Services are provided across different levels of care (detox, residential, outpatient, medical clinic) and they provide full service treatment, including medical support through their primary care clinic and co-occurring disorders treatment for those clients with co-existing mental health issues.
Sierra Vista Hospital
423-2000
Treatment program for adults and youth 12 years and older. Dual counseling program for chemical dependency and emotional problems. Private insurance accepted.
Child and Family Access Team (ACCESS)
875-9980
One stop referral service for mental health and individual counseling. Medi-Cal eligible.

PREVENTION PROGRAMS

Diogenes
369-5447
Offers homeless and runaway shelter, transitional living program, individual, family, and crisis counseling, cool down respite care for beyond control minors.
Roberts Family Center
646-6631
Offers after school programming and gang prevention.
California Youth Crisis Line (24 hour)
1-800-843-5200
Crisis counseling for suicide, dating violence, cutting/self mutilation, sexual assault/abuse, and substance abuse.
Mutual Assistance Network
927-7694
811 Grand Ave., Del Paso Heights
Offers a variety of services such as employment, support groups for
parents, grandparents, teens, parenting teens, parent and child development education and classes, academic services, anger management classes, self esteem classes, leadership development classes and community service.

VOCATIONAL / EDUCATION

Northern California Construction and Training
387-1564
Offers free training to students in home construction.
ROP
228-2454
Offers free job training for youths 16 and up. They have a variety of free and low cost vocational and trade programs.
Sacramento Local Conservation Corps
386-8394
Offers young adults a development program that integrates education, job-skills training and work experience through conservation projects and service opportunities that benefit the community.
SETA
263-3833
Operates all Sacramento Works One Stop Career Centers, Grant funded Re-entry program, vocational and employment training, education services, counseling and case management services.
Sacramento Valley Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Program
922-9381
Offers a 5 year apprenticeship program. Client must pay union dues to get into program.
Urban League
286-8626
Offers vocational and employment training, life skills, education services. Custodial Training Course currently available.
Tech Skills of Sacramento
649-9600
Offers Technology Education programs. Fee based but Financial Aid may be available.
Twin Rivers Adult School
916-286-7576
Offers a variety of vocational and educational services for free or low cost.
Western Career College
361-1660
Offers a variety of vocational programs such as Medical and Dental Assisting, Medical Office, Pharmacy Tech, Massage Therapy and Registered Nursing. Fee Based and may qualify for financial aid.