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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM - TRUCKEE

TOWN OF TRUCKEE #4664314


local_phone
  • After-Hours
    530-550-2320

Provides after normal business hours help with homeless motel vouchers, food vouchers, gas money, bus fare and long distance bus fare. This program is designed for someone passing through with non residential status criteria. The person must sign up, records are kept, ID picture is taken. Person that uses the services are supposed to reimburse the money when able to.

 
ENHANCED CARE MANAGEMENT (ECM) - ASOC

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67252782


location_on A
  • 101 Cirby Hills Drive
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Anthem Blue Cross
    800-407-4627

Enhanced Care Management is a program of Adult System of Care, one of six Divisions of County of Placer Health & Human Services.

Enhanced Care Management (ECM) offers extra services at no cost to Medi-Cal members who have complex needs and challenges that make it difficult to improve their health. This could include health conditions or challenges such as not having a place to live. To get ECM services, someone must be enrolled in a Medi-Cal managed care health plan and meet certain eligibility requirements. The ECM provider will assign a lead care manager who works with the client to help them get the health care and social services needed. The lead care manager helps the client:
  • Stay engaged in their health care
  • Make a plan to meet their health goals
  • Connect and update doctors about the clients' needs and wishes
  • Learn how to better support their health issues
  • Move safely from one care setting to another
  • Work with support people to help the client
  • Connect …
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HETTY'S HAVEN - WOW

WOMEN OF WORTH #4664293


location_on B
  • 471 Sutton Way, Suite 209
    Grass Valley, Nevada

April 2022 - This shelter is temporarily closed for a planned program expansion. Contact Women of Worth for other services available at this time.
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Provides an emergency shelter and transitional housing assisting women and families in crisis, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Offers support services including legal and medical assistance, advocacy and case management, mentoring and support groups, educational and career assistance, and emergency cell phones.
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
HOMELESS RESOURCE HELPLINE - COUNTY OF PLACER

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67937040


location_on C
  • 11512 B Avenue
    Auburn, Placer

Homeless individuals/families are asked to call the Homeless Resource Helpline (Coordinated Entry) at 833-3PLACER (833-375-2237) for a referral to Emergency Housing and/or to provide their information to get on a centralized housing list. A group of community providers in Placer County who offer shelter and housing for homeless individuals and families are partnered together to coordinate their resources.

As housing dedicated to homeless individuals and families becomes available, participating community partners will draw from this list to contact those who may be eligible. The phone call does not guarantee housing. They should continue to reach out to other resources in the community.

If at any time their contact information changes, they should call back to get it updated.

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HOMELESS TRIAGE LINE - SAC VAMC

SACRAMENTO VA MEDICAL CENTER #65722652


Homeless Triage Line 916-792-3836, 8am to 4pm, Mon-Fri

Both the Triage Line and the Walk-in Clinic can help veterans find housing, emergency shelter, healthcare, and connect to resources to address immediate needs.

https://www.va.gov/northern-california-health-care/health-services/homeless-veteran-care/

VA Homeless Programs - https://www.va.gov/homeless/
HOSPITALITY HOUSE - GRASS VALLEY

HOSPITALITY HOUSE #4661715


location_on D
  • 1262 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-375-2237

Hospitality House offers a year-round, temporary, overnight emergency shelter for homeless residents of Western Nevada County who have lived in the area for 45 days or more. 

Services available to those who are staying at the shelter include:
  • Emergency shelter
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Job training
  • Customized case management
  • Mental health counseling
  • Enrichment classes
  • Transportation
  • Housing assistance

Intakes
  • 7 days a week (based on availability)

Animals
  • Hospitality House accepts approved pets. Contact Hospitality House or ask a 211 call agent for details of the pet policy.
HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDING EXPERIENCE - WHOLE PERSON LEARNING

WHOLE PERSON LEARNING #65773039


location_on E
  • 11816 Kemper Road
    Auburn, Placer

Housing Opportunities Providing Experience (HOPE) offers transitional housing along with intensive life skills support for young adults that have emancipated from court ordered foster or group home care.

HOPE is a program of Whole Person Learning (WPL), a public agency that empowers youth and young adults to thrive in their communities by using a collaborative, individually tailored positive youth development approach.
INTERIM CARE PROGRAM - TGI AUBURN

THE GATHERING INN #78734896


local_phone
  • Ron Arneson, Director of ICP
    1-530-886-3460

In 2009 Sutter Roseville, Sutter Auburn Faith, and Kaiser, collaborated with the Gathering Inn, creating the Interim Care Program. The ICP House, located in Auburn, is a 5-bed unit that provides homeless individuals a safe, clean place to rest and recover following hospital discharge. Guests of the program are provided:
  • Intensive case management
  • Transportation to and from follow-up appointments
  • Medication management
  • Linkage to housing specialists
  • Three meals per day
  • and many other support services
211 can not provide a direct referral however, 211 can provide information so that individuals may ask to speak with their case manager or social worker at the hospital in order to receive a referral to the ICP house.
KOINONIA CRISIS RESOLUTION CENTER

KOINONIA FAMILY SERVICES #65630983


location_on F
  • 3751 Magnolia Street
    Loomis, Placer

The Crisis Resolution Center provides solution-focused, trauma-informed, and person focus family intervention; which resolves family crises and establishes reunification of children ages 12-17 with their families. The Crisis Resolution Center, located in Loomis California, is a six-bed (co-ed) facility with counseling services, fully licensed and professionally staffed to provide short-term out-client family services and short-term residential care.

Our team (composed of well-trained house parents, child care workers, and a CRC Case Manager) offers the highest quality of:
  • Relationship counseling
  • Conflict resolution
  • Parent-child training
  • Referral services

Short-term residential placement for teenagers ages 12-17 (average stay is approximately one to two weeks).Youth at the Crisis Resolution Center experience a stable, well-supervised schedule that follows a three-phase process:
  1. Orientation and Crisis De-escalation
  2. Counseling and Outreach
  3. Reunification and After Care

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LAZARUS PROJECT

THE GATHERING INN #65631168


The Lazarus Project merged with The Gathering Inn and is now a program provided by The Gathering Inn. The Lazarus Project develops, operates and manages innovative housing communities for individuals in need through a unique approach combining affordable housing with comprehensive supportive services.

The Lazarus Project has assisted more than 700 formerly homeless men and women since its founding. Participants are provided with the information and support to restore and redesign their lives so they can experience a successful integration back into their community with the ability to live independently.

The project seeks to guide participants in:
  • Developing life and job skills
  • Seeking educational opportunities
  • Finding appropriate housing and employment
  • Establishing a support system that will sustain participants as they move toward self sufficiency and independence