Placer DA Non-profit partners

Key non-profit partners of the Placer County District Attorney’s Office include, but are not limited to: 

Stand Up PlacerStand Up Placer - Stand Up Placer is a non-profit community-based organization dedicated to empowering Placer County survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking to heal from the trauma and create new lives of strength and self-sufficiency. Learn more

KIDS FIRSTKidsFirst - Established in 1989 as a public, non-profit organization, our mission is to prevent and treat child abuse & neglect through education, advocacy, and counseling. We serve children and families in the greater Placer County region suffering from child abuse & neglect. We offer direct programs & services in the effort to ensure all children live in a safe, healthy and nurturing home. Learn more

lighthouse-logoLighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center - Lighthouse provides a comprehensive approach to meeting our client needs. We offer no-to-low cost counseling, educational classes and programs, and assist our clients in obtaining needed resources that help them through a challenging time. 
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2023-Child-Advocates-Blue-Red-Child-AIChild Advocates of Placer County - Child Advocates of Placer County received its non-profit status in 2004 with a mission to establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program for the Placer County Juvenile Dependency Court.  We strive for local youth who make better life choices, succeed in school, and become happy, stable and contributing adults. Learn more


Seniors First - Seniors First exists to provide programs, services and long-term support to Placer County seniors so that they may maintain their independence as long as possible.Seniors first is working to make this vision a reality by offering programs that provide:
- safe and reliable transportation
- nutritious meals
-adult day care & socialization
-home modifications and safety repairs
-assistance with housing placement and more Learn more

SONGFORCHARLIE_logo_yellow_black_LogoSong for Charlie - Song for Charlie is a national family-run nonprofit charity dedicated to raising awareness about ‘fentapills’ — fake pills made of fentanyl. We partner with experts, educators, parents and other influencers to reach the most vulnerable group: young people between the ages 13-24. Learn more

Hearts Landing RanchHearts Landing Ranch - We are a unique nonprofit Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy ranch that utilizes rescued horses to support individuals and families dealing with mental health issues. At Hearts Landing Ranch, we believe our horses have the instincts to help people cope with a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, sexual trauma, PTSD, and more. Learn more

MADD_Retina_LogoMADD Sacramento -- At Mothers Against Drunk Driving, we’re focused on one goal: ending impaired driving for good. Since our founding, we've served as a lifeline for thousands of victims and survivors, and drunk driving fatalities have been cut in half — but we refuse to stop there. Together, we can end this 100% preventable crime. Learn more

NEw-Logo-e1561753707404-300x146Crime Victims United -- Crime Victims United offers many resources and programs to help support the victims of crime and their families. Whether it be legal advice, links to relevant support programs, or just someone to talk to, the advocates at Crime Victims United are here to support and make the process of being a victim a bit more bearable. Learn more 

comfort bears  The Comfort Cub - After experiencing a tragic loss, the founders invented the Comfort Cub, a specially weighted therapeutic teddy bear intended for those who have experienced the loss of a child. This non-profit's mission  is to bring comfort to anyone experiencing a broken heart as a result of a significant loss or trauma. Learn more