A variety of resources are available to assist individuals, families and communities to grow and develop, economically, socially and relationally

  • 2-1-1 sacramento

    2-1-1 Sacramento is a program of Community Link Capital Region that provides free, confidential information and referral service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can refer our clients to more than 1,600 community services in the Sacramento area.


    Community Against Sexual Harm assists women who have been commercially sexually exploited through survivor-led peer support and harm reduction services, while providing education about the harm inflicted on women and the community.

  • covered california

    Covered California is the place where Californians can get brand-name health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It’s the only place to get federal premium assistance to help you buy private insurance from companies like the ones listed on the right. That means you may qualify for a discount on private insurance, or get health insurance through the state’s Medi-Cal program. Either way, you’ll get great health coverage.

  • francis house

    The Francis House Center website reads, "For more than 45 years, Francis House Center has served as a beacon of light and hope to the most vulnerable among us. It is a place where people are treated with dignity as they arrive seeking help for some of the most basic needs. We strive to provide the resources, support, and inspiration to help individuals and families transform their lives from living in crisis to having long-term stability. Francis House Center is the front door to Next Move’s programs, services, and housing solutions for individuals and families seeking help and support in ending their homelessness."

  • Greater sacramento urban league

    The mission of the Greater Sacramento Urban League is to help enhance education, job development and management skills for people in the Sacramento region. Over the years they have assisted thousands in achieving their social and economic goals. Many would say the Greater Sacramento Urban League is in the business of helping make Sacramento’s workforce more educated and productive.


    If you or someone you know could use a bit of help with laundry services, meet the Laundry Love team every 4th Saturday from 11am to 12:30pm at Stockridge Launderland, 5402 Stockton Boulevard (on the corner of Stockton and Fruitridge boulevards).

    Email Rita Simms with questions on serving or donating items.

  • Sacramento food bank & family services

    Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is a local, non-profit agency committed to serving individuals and families in need. With a staff of 83 and a volunteer force close to 8,000 annually, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services provides free emergency goods and services to 135,000 men, women and children each month.

  • SMUD

    The Sacramento Municipal Utility District has a variety of electrical programs to assist with paying help with discount and bill paying program options, including for seniors.

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  • Sacramento works

    Through its network of Job Centers and Training Centers, Sacramento Workscan provide job seekers a variety of services to fit their needs. The Sacramento Works Job and Training Centers are conveniently located throughout Sacramento County, so that there is always a location close to you.


    The Salvation Army provides various program rooted in a passion to serve God by serving the lost, the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless.

  • weave

    WEAVE is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County. Through its involvement in the Rescue & Restore Coalition, WEAVE also provides outreach and services for international and domestic victims of human trafficking.

  • wellspring women's center

    Wellspring serves as a drop-in center to women and their children and provides a nutritious breakfast meal and social work services. Wellspring started from humble beginnings and has grown to become a trusted neighborhood gathering place that reduces isolation and loneliness. Wellspring serves nearly 200 women and their children every week day by providing a nutritious breakfast, free counseling, enrichment classes, and safety net services.