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Sacramento Area Resources

Many of the offenders that come through Placer County Courts do not live in Placer County. It is imperative to provide resources to offenders living in other counties to assist them in meeting their obligations to Placer County and the Courts. In addition to the following resources, attached is the Sacramento County Resource Guide.

Domestic Violence

3105 1st Street
Sacramento CA 95817
(916) 956-6232

Funding Source: HMO/PPO Provider: COMPSYCH, Health Net, CURALINC, AER, Coventry Health Care

  • Provides 52 week Batterer’s Treatment Program
  • Individual: $45/session, Group: $25/session

Homeless Resources

4516 Parker Avenue
Sacramento CA 95817
(916) 455-2160

Funding Source: Donation-funded by community

  • Provides for the needs of Sacramento County homeless families (with children) and single parents with children
  • Provides temporary emergency shelter, meals, transportation, health services, and clothing
  • Length of stay is determined by need and ability to function within shelter rules, up to 60 days

Mental Health

 (916) 875-1055
Funding Source: Medi-Cal, private insurance, offender-paid (sliding scale determined by provider)

  • Offers inpatient, outpatient, acute care services, sub-acute care, and residential care through a variety of county-operated and contracted providers
  • ACCESS provides one-stop referral service for mental health and individual counseling

Residential Treatment

1820 J Street
Sacramento CA 95814
(916) 737-5555

Funding Source: Offender-paid (sliding scale determined by provider)

  • Inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and our therapists offer mental health counseling
  • Pregnancy and midwife services
  • Residential, detox and out-client treatment
  • AIDS education and prevention
  • Medical and behavioral health intervention
  • accepts employee assistance program

Substance Abuse

2829 Watt Ave., Suite 150
Sacramento CA 95828
(916) 482-1132

Funding Source: Private Insurance, *Medi-Cal (Kaiser) has to be referred by Sacramento County AOD treatment

  • Intensive out-client services including co-occurring and family services; provides suboxone treatment
  • Provides drug and alcohol services for adolescents
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