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SECOND CHANCE PROJECT/PROJECT GO HOMELESS PREVENTION - VOA-NCNN

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN NEVADA #79651039


location_on A
  • 410 Riverside Avenue
    Roseville, Placer

The Second Chance Project/Project Go Homeless Prevention program provides:
  • rental assistance for those entering Substance Use Treatment
  • in some cases payment of treatment services
  • payment of utilities while in treatment
  • fostering of pets while in treatment
Applicant income must be no more than 200% AMI. AMI is Area Median Income. See info here: https://www.placer.ca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/36060/AMI.

To get started in this program applicants will need to provide the following if applicable. After receipt of these docs, VOA will move forward with program specific packets to be filled out. 
  • Statement of how your income was affected by COVID such as how income decreased as a result of contracting it, company decreased hours, children unable to go to school, etc.
  • Picture IDs for all adults in the household
  • Social Security Cards for everyone in the household plus birth certificates for the children (shot records or baptismal records, or similar, is acceptable to…
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SUPPORTING THE TAYLOR HOUSE, INC

SUPPORTING THE TAYLOR HOUSE, INC #65631137


location_on B
  • 202 Taylor Street
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-947-8823

The Taylor House is a local non profit that offers reasonable and safe housing to young women who have emancipated out of the Foster Care System.

The Taylor House is a completely renovated home in historic Roseville conveniently located within walking distance of the tranquil Royer Park, Roseville Transit Bus Line, across from the Roseville Library, downtown Roseville shopping boutiques, restaurants, street fair, theater and more.

The mission of the Taylor House is to help former foster youth transition into successful and independent adults.

​The Taylor House helps bridge this transition by offering affordable rents while creating a sense of community, that will promote self-worth, build confidence,improve life skills and help the residents build lifelong relationships.
THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - AUBURN

THE SALVATION ARMY #78999111


The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Services include:
  • Church and Spiritual care
  • Food pantry
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Emergency Disaster services
  • Youth programs and Summer camps
  • Women’s and Men’s programs
  • Senior services
  • Intermittent Adult and Family Case Management
  • Rehabilitation Services Referrals 

Auburn Social Service Office Hours
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm Food Pantry
  • Monday-Friday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm Homeless ready-made lunch bags ready all week
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: Appointment only. Appointments are scheduled by Karina

PLEASE NOTE; You must call before bringing in non-food donations to ensure we can take them (PLEASE do not leave non-food donations if no one is here).
THE SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICES - ROSEVILLE

THE SALVATION ARMY #69180557


location_on C
  • The Salvation Army Roseville Corps
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Donation Pick-up
    800-728-7825

The Salvation Army is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers support services.

Services include:
  • Food 
    • Food boxes with free bread, fresh produce (when available) and canned goods once per month
    • Food is also available in the lobby once per week
    • Emergency food pantry
  • Community meals
  • Emergency utility assistance (the City of Roseville)
  • Rent assistance - rent and deposit
    • For more information on rent and utility assistance from the Roseville Corps, call 916-784-3382
  • Aid to correctional service families
  • Holiday programs
    • Toys at Christmas
  • Disaster services
    • Emergency preparedness
    • An immediate emergency response including food, water, shelter
    • Getting in touch with loved ones
    • Long-term disaster recovery
    • Spiritual and emotional care
  • Spiritual guidance and counseling
    • Bible study
  • Youth development and recreational programs
    • Homework assistance
    • No-cost after-school programs
    • No-cost tutoring and mentor program
    • Troops program
    • Mus…
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USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RURAL DEVELOPMENT #65846989


location_on D
  • 777 Sonoma Avenue
    Santa Rosa, Sonoma

The USDA Rural Development offers loans, grants and loan guarantees to help create jobs and support economic development and essential services such as housing, health care, first responder services and equipment, and water, electric and communications infrastructure.
 
USDA Rural Development provides loans and loan guarantees to assist low income families and individuals purchase a home in rural areas throughout the nation. In addition, loan and grant programs are also available to help low-income homeowners make vital repairs to their homes.

As a part of USDA Rural Development, our mission is to improve the quality of life in rural areas. Housing and Community Facilities Programs (HCFP) help rural communities and individuals by providing loans and grants for housing and community facilities. We provide funding for single family homes, apartments for low-income persons or the elderly, housing for farm laborers, childcare centers, fire and police stations, hosp…
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VETERANS SERVICES - VOA-NCNN

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN NEVADA #65899640


location_on E
  • 10636 Schirra Ave
    Mather, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-661-5149

If you are, or know, a homeless veteran, please call 916-661-5149.

Recognizing the specific needs of those who served our country, Volunteers of America (VOA) provides specialized programs for homeless and at-risk veterans and their families in Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Sacramento, Nevada, and Yuba/Sutter counties.

Services for veterans include rapid re-housing, case management and homeless prevention. A large focus is heavily placed on increasing veteran’s employment potential through job readiness and retention training.

There are two buildings about 100 yards apart - Building 1 is for assisting veterans with Housing that number is 916.228.3153. The second building is for assisting veterans with Employment that number is 916.661.5149

Program Goals
Volunteers of America- Northern California & Northern Nevada’s (VOA-NCNN) Veterans Services program provides supportive services to extremely low or very low-income veterans who are facing homelessness. We offer a very comprehensive program … [read more]