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Community Resources

This is a list of community resources in Sacramento and Sacramento county. If you would like to download and print this list, click here.

211 logo211: A 24/7 hotline that provides assistance in finding services to meet essential needs (such as food, shelter and medical treatment).
Phone: 211 or 800-273-6222
Text: 89821 (enter your zip code)





Sacramento County LogoSocial & Health Services: Information and phone numbers to Social and Health Services Departments in Sacramento County.







Find Help Logo


FindHelp.Org: This website helps individuals search by zip code for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.


A Community for Peace: Emergency Shelter for domestic violence & human trafficking, Counseling, basic needs, legal assistance.
3101 Fulton Ave 
Sacramento 95821
(916) 728-7210-24 hour
(916) 728-5613-Office
Family Shelter-VOA: Must register through: https://dhaservices.saccounty. net/efs Shelter for families with children. Meals, support services, job search info. TB test required, free at Loaves & Fishes
470 Bannon Street 
Sacramento 95811
(916) 443-4688
Family Promise: Faith based congregations host families for shelter, meals and supportive services
(916) 443-3107
Francis House: Information about shelters, bus passes, employment assistance, hygiene kits, counseling
1422 C St. 
Sacramento 95814
(916) 443-2646
Lutheran Social Services: Case management & housing services, transitional & supported housing for homeless.
4390 47th Ave 
Sacramento 95824
(916) 453-2900
My Sister’s House: Serves Asian & Pacific Islanders and other under-served women & children escaping violence, sexual assault, human trafficking. Shelter, employment, legal assistance.
(916) 428-3271-24 hour
(916) 930-0626
Next Move Family Shelter: Must register through: https://dhaservices.saccounty. net/efs
4516 Parker Avenue
(916) 455-2160
St. John’s Shelter for Real Change: Women with or without children. Shelter, mental health, housing, vocational services
(916) 453-1482
WIND Youth Services: Emergency housing for youth ages 12-17 who have run away, pushed out of their homes.
3671 5th Avenue 
Sacramento 98517 
(916) 369-5447-Office
(800) 339-7177-24 hr. Hotline
(916) 561-4900-Center
WEAVE: Shelter for women & children escaping a violent environment. On site nurse for TB clearance. Counseling, legal, employment assistance.
1900 K Street
Sacramento 95811
(916) 920-2952- 24 hour
(916) 448-232- Office
9-8-8: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Access Team, Sacramento County Mental Health: Adults and children with Medi-Cal for counseling/mental health services & supports.
(916) 875-1055
Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento: List of bereavement resources in the Sacramento area.
(916) 557-5882
Sacramento Department of Public Health-Mental Health Services: Sacramento County Mental Health Services provides a variety of assistance with locating mental health providers, referrals and counseling services:

Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic: Provides services on a walk-in basis to individuals of all ages who are experiencing a mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse crisis. Please call ahead of your visit to verify that the MHUCC is open.

Monday - Friday, 10 am - 10 pm (last walk-in at 9 pm)
Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays, 10 am - 6pm (last walk-in at 5 pm)
2130 Stockton Boulevard, Building 300, Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 520-2460


Consumer-Operated Warm Line: Just need someone to talk to? Individuals with lived experience offer supportive listening, referrals to mental health resources, and more.

Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm
(916) 366-4668



Community Support Team: Sacramento County staff support individuals with navigating mental health services, provide field-based assessments, and can refer to other community resources as needed.

Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm
(916) 874-6015

Community Support Team brochure


The Source Support Line for Youth and Caregivers: Feeling alone, stressed, or sad? Call or text 916-SUPPORT (787-7678) for 24/7 support.

Children’s Bereavement Art Group (CBAG), Sutter Cancer Center: Peer support group for ages 4-17, grieving the death of a significant person in the last year. No charge, donations accepted.
2800 L St. Ste 460
Sacramento 95816
(916) 454-6631
Hope Counseling Center: Affordable & compassionate counseling for adults, families & children. Sliding scale, accepts victim witness compensation.
1430 Alhambra Blvd Suite 200
Sacramento 95816
(916) 780-1059
La Familia: Multicultural counseling, family, individual & groups for families & children ages 0-21. Accepts medi-cal.
5523 34th Street
Sacramento 95820
(916) 452-3601
Life Practice Counseling Group: Individual, children & couples counseling. Sliding fee scale.
3650 Auburn Blvd C-208
Sacramento 95821
(916) 300-6576
New Pathways Counseling/Catholic Social Services: Provides individual, group, couple, family & child counseling. Spanish speaking. Sliding scale.
5890 Newman Ct.
Sacramento 95819
(916) 452-7481
River Oak Center for Children, Inc.: Children’s general & specialized mental health, Therapeutic behavioral services (TBS), flexible integrated treatment (FIT), parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT). Accepts medi-cal.
5445 Laurel Hills Drive
Sacramento 95841
(916) 609-5100
Stanford Youth Solutions: Children’s general & specialized mental health, Therapeutic behavioral services (TBS), flexible integrated treatment (FIT) Accepts medi-cal.
8421 Auburn Blvd, Bld 3
Citrus Heights 95610
(916) 722-6100
Terkensha & Associates: Children’s mental health, Individual, group, family therapy, psychiatric services. Accepts medi-cal.
811 Grand Ave Suite D
Sacramento 95838
(916) 922-9868
Uplift Family Services: Children’s mental health & basic needs. TBS, FIT, psychiatric services. Accepts medi-cal.
3951 Performance Drive Suite G
Sacramento 95838
(916) 921-0828
Victim Witness Assistance Program: For victims and family members of a crime who have been physically or emotionally injured.
(916) 874-5701
WEAVE: Counseling for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking. Group, individual & counseling for children. Free individual counseling for children who have witnessed domestic violence.
(916) 920-2952- Support line
Wellspace Health: Integrated behavioral health, Individual counseling, adult/family counseling. Accepts medi-cal
6015 Watt Ave Ste 2
North Highlands 95660
(916) 737-5555
First Baptist Church of North Sacramento: Clothes Closet Friday 9:30-12pm, call for information.
2601 Del Paso Blvd
Sacramento 95815
(916) 922-9365
Food Bank & Family Services: Clothes Closet Tues & Fri- 10am-1pm Wed- 4pm-7pm
(916) 456-1980
3333 Third Ave
Sacramento 95817
Goodwill Industries: Thrift store, go to website for locations and hours.
Thrift Town: Thrift store, carries a lot of children’s clothes, including school uniforms.
410 El Camino Ave
Sacramento 95815
(916) 922-9942
Pacific Thrift Store
6101 Watt Ave
North Highlands 95660
(916) 514-0154
Union Gospel Mission: Women and children’s clothing. Call for information & details. 
400 North Bannon St.
Sacramento 95815
(916) 447-3268
Cal Fresh Dept. of Human Assistance: Low income families, most languages, CALWORKS, general assistance, and non-assistance food stamp continuation services.
1725 28th Street.
(916) 874-3100
MANNA Food Bank Liberty Ministries Christian Fellowship: Weekly food distribution Friday 9:30am-Noon ID is required
4840 Marysville Blvd.
(916) 992-6442
Family Services, Salvation Army: One food basket per month Proof of residence Proof of household income Tues, Wed, Thurs 9am-4pm
3213 Orange Grove Ave.
North Highlands 95660
(916) 678-4010
Loaves & Fishes: Lunch is served 7 days/week 11:30am-12:30pm
1321 North C Street
Sacramento 95811
(916) 446-0874
Maryhouse: Free hot breakfast for women & children 8am-9am Monday-Friday
1351 North C Street
Sacramento 95811
(916) 446-4961 
Our Lady of Lourdes USDA: Tuesday 11am-1pm. Must register at 10:30am Proof of address & ID required, bring own bags.
1951 North Avenue
Sacramento 95838
(916) 925-5313
Sacramento Food Bank Services: Website offers locations based on zip code, ID required.
3333 Third Avenue
Sacramento 95817
(916) 456-1980
WIC-Women, Infants & Children: Helps pregnant women, new moms & young children eat well, stay healthy and be active. Free, healthy food, nutrition education, breastfeeding information/support.
811 Grand Avenue Suite A-1
Sacramento 95838 
(916) 876-5000
Police, Sheriff, Fire, Ambulance 911
A Community for Peace (Domestic Violence) 24 hours (916) 728-7210
Adult Protective Services 916) 874-9377
Child Find Hotline (800)IAMLOST or 426-5678
Child Protective Services (916) 875-KIDS or 875-5437
County Mental Health Crisis Line 24 hours (916) 732-3637
Crisis Nursery North Area (916) 679-3600
Minor Emergency Response Team (Mental Health) (916) 875-1114
My Sister’s House (Domestic Violence) 24 hours (916) 428-3271 (multilingual)
National Runaway Switchboard (800) RUNAWAY or 786-2929
Parent Support Line, 24 hours (888) 281-3000
Safely Surrendered Baby Info Line (877) 222-9723
Suicide Prevention Crisis Line 988
The Source, Parent/Caregiver & Youth Supports (916) 787-SUPPORT or 7678
WEAVE Hotline (Domestic Violence) 24 hours (916) 920-2952
Wellspace Parent Support Crisis Line (888) 281-3000
Youth Crisis Hotline (800) 843-5200
InfoLine Sacramento, Sac211 (916) 498-1000
Sac County Mental Health, Access Line (916) 875-1055
Alcoholics Anonymous (916) 454-1100
Al-Anon/Alateen Info Line (Family/Friend of alcoholic) (916) 334-2970
California Smokers’ Helpline (800) NOBUTTS or 662-8887
Child Abuse Prevention Council (916) 244-1900
Nar-Anon (Family/Friend of Substance Abuser) (800) 477-6291
Narcotics Anonymous (877) 623-6363
National Parent Helpline (855) 427-2736, 855-4APARENT
Victim Witness Assistance Program (916) 874-5701
WEAVE non-emergency line (916) 448-2321
Medi-Cal: Low cost or free health coverage for Cal. residents with limited income. Covers medi-cal, dental, vision, mental health for qualified individuals/families
CHDP (Child Health & Disability Prevention): Free physicals & dental for low income children without insurance.
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
9616 Micron Ave
Sacramento 95827
(916) 875-7151
Del Paso Heights Community Health Center, Wellspace Health: Adult primary care & Integrated Behavioral Health
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, closed for lunch 12pm-1pm
3441 Marysville Blvd
Sacramento 95838
(916) 737-5555
Dental Providers through Medi-Cal: Program aims to provide Medi-cal beneficiaries with access to high quality dental care.
Elica Health Centers-Marysville: Primary care, dental care, behavioral health. Accepts Medi-cal Sliding fee discount program Mon-Thur 8am-6pm
3234 Marysville Blvd
Sacramento 95815
(855) 354-2242
Sacramento Community Clinic-Del Paso: Accepts straight medi-cal for non-specialist services. Accepts other plans, call for information.
2200 Del Paso Blvd
Sacramento 95815
(916) 924-7988
Sacramento Community Dental Clinic- Del Paso: Accepts straight medi-cal for non-specialist services. Accepts other plans, call for information.
2138 Del Paso Blvd
Sacramento 95815
(916) 924-1890
Sacramento Native American Health Center: Non-profit health center , culturally competent, holistic, continuum of care. Medical, dental, vision, behavioral health, circles of care
2020 J Street
Sacramento 95811
(916) 341-0575
WellSpace Health, North Highlands Community Health Center & Birth & Beyond: Medi-cal provider, Children’s primary care, children’s dental, counseling & prevention. Family resource center
6015 Watt Ave, Suites 2 & 3
North Highlands 95660
(916) 737-5555 
Peach Tree Health-North Sacramento: Medi-cal provider Primary care, Immediate care and integrated vision services
3810 Rosin Court Suite 100
Sacramento 95834
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation: Engages in community education and outreach and direct immigration legal assistance through paralegals and attorneys. No fee.
2210 K Street Suite 201
Sacramento 95816
McGeorge School Of Law, Immigration Clinic: Legal assistance in immigration matters including family-based immigration and naturalization. No fee.
3455 5th Ave.
Sacramento 95817
(916) 340-6080
Mexican Consulate: Provides legal advice regarding the rights of Mexican nationals.Issues Mexican passports and the Matricula Consular (Consular ID),visas for tourists, students, and businessmen, Powers of Attorney, Mexican birth certificate copies, registry of children to get Mexican citizenship.
2093 Arena Blvd.
Sacramento 95834
(916) 329-3500
Mil Mijures: Immigration legal services to the low-income individuals in the Latino community. Specializes in immigration benefits for survivors of violent crimes. Primary focus- survivors of gender related crimes.
2378 Maritime Drive Suite 220
Elk Grove 95758
Opening Doors: High-quality, affordable legal services to refugees, victims of crime, victims of human trafficking, and other 15 low-income individuals.
1111 Howe Avenue, Suite 125
Sacramento 95825
Sac Food Bank & Family Services: Immigration legal services to help eligible individuals navigate the process of obtaining legal status. Educates community groups on immigration issues.
3333 Third Ave.
Sacramento 95817
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services: Conducts scheduled required fingerprints and background checks for applicants.
825 Riverside Parkway, Suite 100
West Sacramento 95605
(800) 375-5283
Family Justice Center: Assistance with preparation of temporary restraining orders & other related family law matters to victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault & human trafficking.
3701 Power Inn Road, Suite 3100
Sacramento 95826
(916) 875-HOPE (4673)
Family Law/Self Help Center Superior Court of CA: Free legal help for low-income persons who need assistance in the following areas: child support, divorce, child custody, visitation, paternity.Workshops & clinics offered.
3341 Power Inn Rd
Sacramento 95826
(916) 875-3400
Legal Services of Northern California: Legal services that empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty. Multiply service areas including: Housing, Economics, Health, Child Welfare, etc.
515 - 12th Street
Sacramento 95814
(916) 551-2150
McGeorge Community Legal Services: Provides legal services to low-income people. Assistance in landlord issues, bankruptcy, immigration & seniors.
3455 5th Ave.
Sacramento 95817
(916) 340-6080
Victim-Witness Assistance Program: Assists victims of a crime to find emotional, physical & financial recovery. No fee.
901 G St.
Sacramento 95814
(916) 875-5701