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To provide comprehensive primary and preventive health care, oral and mental health services to our target population within Imperial County.
Food, shelter, basic needs and case management for Homeless men in Tracy. Emerson House and Rochester House, transitional living homes for homeless men.
Provides adults with vision loss the skills necessary to cope with vision loss and maintain independence. They also learn non-visual methods to care for themselves.
A countywide nonprofit that administers charitable funds established through gifts and bequests from individuals, families, and organizations, and maintains funds for providing countywide disaster support.
Compassionate, quality care and support to terminally ill patients and their families, regardless of ability to pay. Camp Erin for children ages 6-17.
We enable 90+ charities who work in education, arts, animal welfare, social and environmental justice, to improve the lives of over 600,000 people.
Impacting family and community with nutritious food and supplementary resource assistance so lives of people are filled with hope as they get on their feet.
Striving to maximize educational opportunities for Morongo Basin students by meeting their basic needs, scholastic challenges and life issues to help them achieve success.
Non-profit charity for Correctional Staff and their families by providing line-of-duty death benefit and catastrophic assistance in cases of accident or illness.
Provides support groups & other services, Career Development & Economic Empowerment, transitional housing, economic resources, free life necessities, volunteer opportunities, and empowerment.
Located in the heart of San Francisco, Curry Senior Center meets seniors’ essential needs for health care, meals, housing, and social connections.
Davis Community Meals and Housing provides low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food, and human services to help them rebuild their lives.
A six month drug and alcohol and eighteen month transitional housing program. Helping veterans transition back to society. Group meetings and case management.
Assist indigent and physically, mentally and socially handicapped veterans with food, furniture, utility payments, bus passes, rent payments and counseling.
Public Safety Dive team with a mission of saving lives and recovering property from the various lakes and waterways in and around Sacramento County.
A Federally Qualified Health Center providing primary medical care, behavioral healthcare, and comprehensive dental care to tens of thousands of low-income Sacramento region patients.
Provide fresh fruit and vegetables, allowing clients to eat healthier. Health and nutrition education, healthy cooking demonstrations, meal planning tips and cost-saving/money management workshops.
The Emilio Nares Foundation helps families navigate through their child s journey with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
We serve Developmentally Disabled Adults. Our mission is to assist the individual to reach the highest level of independence.
Our mission is ending HIV in Sonoma County while supporting the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS. We offer HIV prevention education and services to Sonoma County and we empower clients living with HIV with supportive services including housing assistance, benefits counseling, information, referrals, and transportation.
Welcoming and affirming foster care and adoption agency dedicated to building loving, nurturing, permanent families for children and youth in foster care.
FCA helps the dedicated families who provide care at home for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s and other disabling diseases that strike adults.
FSASB provides professional counseling, family education and supportive services to meet the challenge of contemporary societal conditions which affect families, individuals and organizations.
FSASB provides crisis intervention, consoling and educational services to prevent domestic violence and child abuse/neglect and promote family wellness and unity.
Offering recovery and reintegration programs, free of charge, to firefighters and civilians burn survivors of all ages.
Transitional resource and support organization in Tracy for Veterans. They address PTSD, substance abuse, isolation, lack of sense of purpose and lack of peer support.
We are creating a more just world by helping individuals recognize the power of their food choices and encourage them to eat with their ethics.
Rescuing 17 million pounds of food annually (82% perishable & 13% non-perishable) to provide donations to food insecure individuals across Southern CA.
Foothill Food Pantry believes in a compassionate approach to supplying supplemental foods to our Yuba County Foothills residents in need.
We support children and families to facilitate healing while helping them reach their fullest potential through an array of foster care and family support services.
advocacy for the prevention of elder abuse especially in long-term care facilities; referral services; information on consumer rights; filing complaints with state regulators when long-term care, hospitals, etc. violate and abuse patients.
FoxG1 syndrome results is severe physical & intellectual disability in children. We are a network of researchers & families working to develop a cure.
FREED provides peer-delivered independent living services to individuals of any age and with any type of disability.
Freed provides peer-delivered disability and aging services to individuals of any age and with any type of disability living in Yuba, Sutter and Colusa counties.
Supporting Roseville Libraries by raising funds through used book sales and in-library bookstores, promoting awareness of their importance. All volunteer, no paid staff.
Young adults who have an incarcerated parent, or have suffered human trafficking, abuse, and abandonment may experience hardships that can come in many forms.
We provide services to older adults, our mission is to support the health, wellness, and independence of older adults by providing them basic need services.