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211-CALL CENTERS-CALIFORNIA & USA

CONNECTING POINT #68869729


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  • Find your County's 211 in CA
    866-346-3211 (866-FIND-211)
  • After-Hours
    2-1-1


211 Connecting Point can refer people to other 211 call centers in California and around the USA. 211 Contact Center Representatives can access a PDF document for California that contains County, Phone Number, Lead Entity, Website, and State Region served. To find contact centers around the United States visit https://www.211.org/about-us/your-local-211

You can also call 866-FIND-211 (866-346-3211) to find your county's 211 in California. Your call can be transferred to your local 2-1-1.

(Note: If you work at a 2-1-1 in California and would like your county to route appropriately through the 866-find-211 phone line, please contact Eve Hamilton at ehamilton@icfs.org.)

 
California 211 Direct Phone Numbers
2‑1‑1 is a free telephone number providing access to local community services.
2‑1‑1 is available in multiple languages, allowing people access to information and to obtain referrals for resources such as physical and mental health, housing, utility, food…
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211-COORDINATED ENTRY - NEVADA COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671404


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  • Phone 1
    833-342-5211

Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.
 
211-COORDINATED ENTRY - PLACER COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671720


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  • Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-3PLACER (833-375-2237)

Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.

Coordinated Entry intakes can be completed by calling our Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-3PLACER (833-375-2237).

For additional resources to help with homelessness, you may also call our 24 hour Contact Center at 833-DIAL211 (833-342-5211).
ADDITIONAL LIVING EXPENSE COVERAGE - CDI

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE #69676200


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  • CDI Headquarters: Sacramento Office
    Sacramento, Sacramento

People who are mandatorily evacuated due to wildfire or other disasters may have homeowners' or renters' insurance coverage to help with evacuation and relocation costs, even if their homes are not damaged or destroyed.

Additional Living Expense coverage, known as ALE, typically includes:
  • Food and housing costs
  • Furniture rental, relocation and storage
  • And extra transportation expenses

Who to Contact:
Residents who have been evacuated should contact their insurance agent and/or the California Department of Insurance to find out what their renter's or homeowners' policy covers and other resources that may be available to them while the mandatory evacuation orders are in place. Evacuees are urged to contact their insurance company to verify their ALE coverage provision and limits and learn about requirements to use the coverage.

Receipts and Documentation:
It is critical to keep all receipts and document the date, time, and names of any insurance company employees you speak to regarding your … [read more]
ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - NCBH

NEVADA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661924


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  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Phone 1
    530-265-5811

24-Hour Crisis Line - 530-265-5811

Services
The Behavioral Health Department provides a wide variety of Adult Mental Health Services to the public, particularly for Medi-Cal recipients and those with severe mental illness. These include Mental Health Services and Alcohol and Other Drug Services. County employees provide some services, while contracted individuals and organizations provide other services, with County monitoring.

Service Range
This continuum of care ranges from acute inpatient to routine outpatient services, and includes medication services, psychotherapy, residential services, wellness and recovery, care management, long term institutional care and vocational services. Adult Services monitors the delivery of services to ensure that State standards are met for quality, timeliness and authorization.

Clinics
There are two county clinics. The Western County Crown Point Facility in Grass Valley, and a Truckee clinic at the Joseph Government Center. Visit the Locations and Hours p… [read more]
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES - HOME SAFE - ASOC - ROSEVILLE, CA

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #77201915


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  • 101 Cirby Hills Drive
    Roseville, Placer
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  • 24-Hour Confidential Hotline
    916-787-8860

Adult Protective Services is part of the Adult System of Care, one of six divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services. Home Safe is a program available for qualifying APS clients.

If your life is in danger or you need to report an emergency situation, call 911.

APS
The Adult Protective Services program is intended to provide intervention activities directed toward safeguarding the well-being of elders and dependent adults suffering from or at risk of abuse or neglect, including self-neglect. A special 24-hour, 7-day a week, response program is available by calling Adult Protective Services at 916-787-8860 or toll free at 888-886-5401.

APS Eligibility:
Elder (60 years and older) and dependent adults (18-59 years old) who experience abuse, neglect, self-neglect or financial exploitation and otherwise meet the eligibility criteria for Adult Protective Services (APS).

Note: As defined in W&IC section 15610.23: “(a) ‘Dependent adult’ means any person residing in this state, bet… [read more]
ANIMAL SERVICES - TRUCKEE

TOWN OF TRUCKEE #4662518


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  • Animal Services Shelter
    Truckee, Nevada
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  • Police Dispatch
    530-550-2320

Town of Truckee Animal Services and the Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe have a unique, long-standing partnership. The shared animal shelter facility, located at 10961 Stevens Lane in Truckee, maximizes efficiency and effectiveness by housing the public and private entities under the same roof to promote the compassionate, respectful, and humane treatment of animals and people through partnership, sheltering, services, and education.

Responds to all calls of injured animals, both wild and domestic; please call Truckee Police Dispatch at 530-550-2320. 

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APARTMENT LISTINGS - TAHOE TRUCKEE

APARTMENT LISTINGS #86207734


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  • Truckee, Nevada

Apartment listings for people of any age and seniors in the Tahoe Truckee area. Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement by 211, and omission does not indicate disapproval. Feel free to make 211 aware of other complexes that could be listed.

PLEASE NOTE: This information can change. Contact apartment complexes for current details.

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APARTMENT LISTINGS - WESTERN NEVADA COUNTY

APARTMENT LISTINGS #86207688


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  • Grass Valley, Nevada

Apartment listings for people of any age and seniors in Western Nevada County. Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement by 211, and omission does not indicate disapproval. Feel free to make 211 aware of other complexes that could be listed.

PLEASE NOTE: This information can change. Contact apartment complexes for current details.

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APARTMENT LISTINGS - WESTERN PLACER COUNTY

APARTMENT LISTINGS #86207730


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  • Auburn, Placer

Apartment listings and other housing info for people of any age in Placer County, including Tahoe Truckee area, are included in this guide.

PLEASE NOTE: This information can change. Contact apartment complexes for current details.

TheAdult System of Care(ASOC) division maintains a list of Housing Resources in Placer County.

The most recent available version of this guide is for 2024.
Last Updated: March 5, 2024

ASOC's Placer County Housing Resource Guide includes:

Western/South Placer
  • Homeless Resources
  • Domestic Violence Shelter
  • Transitional & Bridge Housing Programs and Resources
  • Substance Use Transitional Housing
  • Permanent Housing Programs
  • Children and Family Services
  • Other Resources
  • Children and Family Services
  • Apartments
  • Real Estate agencies
  • Emergency shelters
  • Children and Family Services
  • Transitional & Permanent Housing Programs and Resources
  • Apartments
  • Real Estate agencies
  • Veterans Resources


Eastern Placer - Tahoe Area

  • Homeless Resources
  • Transitional and permanent Housing Resources
  • Children and F…
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