Katie Steele, MA, LMFT #96656

Resources

Below is a list of Sacramento Resources available. This is not a comprehensive list.

Please note, I do not personally endorse any of these resources; they are simply a tool for you to utilize in your quest for mental wellness.

Resource Directory

Abortion-Related Issues

Alternatives Pregnancy Center
http://www.pgtest.com/
916-880-4040

Abuse/Domestic Violence

El Dorado County
Child Protective Services
530- 642-7100
Adult Protective Services Access Line
530- 642-4800

Placer County
Child Protective Services/Adult Protective Services Access Line
916- 787-8860

Sacramento County
Child Protective Services
916- 875-5437
Adult Protective Services
916- 874-9377

A Community for Peace
A Community for Peace seeks to end all forms of violence to women and girls, men and boys, and to promote Peace in homes, schools and communities. Offering support, information and resources, in addition to responding to emergency needs. Call, night or day. All services at A Community for Peace are free of charge. Bi-lingual services available.
www.acommunityforpeace.org
916-728-7210 Crisis Line
916-728-5613 Office Line

Family Life Skills Center
Classes educating adults in how their childhood family dysfunction leads to hurt in their current family. Addresses abuse and anger issues, breaking patterns of the past.
www.familylifeskills.net
Roseville – 916-768-9945
South Sacramento – 916-821-0302

Family Resource Center – Folsom Cordova Community Partnership
Offering free education and resources to meet the needs of the whole family – including health, financial assistance, parenting education and support, youth mentoring programs. Services include crisis intervention with connections to WEAVE.
http://www.thefccp.org
10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
916-361-8684

Opening Doors
Services for victims of human trafficking.
www.openingdoorsinc.org
916-492-2591 Office
916-920-2952 Human Trafficking Hotline

Stop Abuse For Everyone
SAFE provides unique services for domestic violence victims. SAFE helps those who typically fall between the cracks of domestic violence services and to whom few services are available: straight men, GLBT victims, teens, and the elderly. SAFE promotes that there should be services for ALL victims and accountability for all perpetrators.
www.safe4all.org
HOTLINES: Domestic Violence 1-800-799-7233 | Dating Violence 1-866-331-9474 | Sexual Assault 1-800-656-4673

WEAVE
WEAVE, Women Escaping a Violent Environment, provides an array of services to women, men and children in the greater Sacramento region who have experienced domestic violence or have been sexually assaulted. WEAVE also works as part of the Rescue & Restore Coalition to support victims of human trafficking.
http://www.weaveinc.org/
916-920-2952

Addictions

211- Community Link
Search – Addictions/Dependencies Support Groups
http://www.211sacramento.org/dbonline.shtml

Celebrate Recovery – at Bayside Church
Where you can find healing from hurts, hang-ups & habits. Clear mind, clean heart, Christ’s love.
http://www.baysideonline.com/adults/recovery/
Bayside Church – 916-791-1244
Celebrate Recovery in other locations
http://www.celebraterecovery.com

Genesis Programs for Addictions
Genesis believes the best evangelism is a changed life. Therefore it is the goal of The Genesis Process and Programs to be intimately involved as part of the body of Christ in the Great Commission through the successful restoration of broken lives.
http://www.genesisprocess.org

New Dawn Treatment Centers
The goal of New Dawn’s whole-person approach is to identify and resolve the root issues that create and sustain unhealthy thoughts, feelings and behaviors. New Dawn programs offer attention, care and healing for emotional foundation, physical health, spiritual awakening, relational happiness, and psychological serenity.
New Dawn takes insurance and offers inpatient as well as out-treatment programs.
http://www.newdawntreatmentcenters.com/
24/7 Confidential Helpline – 866-969-4300

Teen Challenge Inpatient Treatment
Facilitating the transformation of people with life-controlling problems, impacting families and communities through the gospel of Jesus Christ. Teen Challenge now reaches men and women with any life-controlling problem of any age.
https://www.teenchallenge.ws
For Sexual Addiction
Mary Akey, MFT, women in relationship with sexual addicts, 916-746-7941
Monique Vandenbos, MFT., partners of sexual addicts, couples, 916-749-8000
David Wever, MFT, sexual addiction recovery, couples, 916-934-9970

Children’s Support

First 5 Sacramento
Access to a variety of childrens’services.
http://www.first5sacramento.net

Children’s Mental Health Access Team
Children’s Mental Health Access Team provides a full array of culturally competent and linguistically proficient mental health services to children and youth ages 0-21 years. Services include prevention and early intervention services; outpatient services; case management; crisis intervention and stabilization services; and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.

How to Access Children’s Mental Health Services
The Children’s Mental Health Access Team is the entry point for mental health services for children and youth ages 0-21 years. The Children’s Mental Health Access Team conducts over-the-phone triage, assessments and linkage/referral to county-operated or contracted mental health service providers.
Children’s Mental Health Access Team
Monday – Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Phone: 916-875-9980 After Hours: 888-881-4881

Diogenes Youth Services
Diogenes provides two core services: Emergency Shelter and Counseling. A broad array of supplemental services completes our comprehensive service approach. Our emphasis is on family reunification whenever possible. All of Diogenes’ programs are offered free of charge and provide immediate access to a comprehensive range of direct or referral services for homeless, runaway, and at-risk teens and their families.
http://www.diogenesyouthservices.org
1-800-339-7177 (24 hour Hot Line)

Family Resource Center – Folsom Cordova Community Partnership
Offering education and resources to meet the needs of the whole family – including health, financial, parenting education and support, youth mentoring programs. Services include crisis intervention with connections to WEAVE.
http://www.thefccp.org
10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
916-361-8684

211 – Community Link
Referrals for more than 2,400 community services in the Sacramento area,
Can’t dial 2-1-1? Call 916-498-1000 or 1-800-500-4931
http://www.211sacramento.org/dbonline.shtml

Developmental Disability/Special Needs Support

Alta California Regional Center
Alta California Regional Center supports all eligible individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, children at risk, and their families in choosing services and supports through individual lifelong planning as a means to achieve healthy and productive lives in their own communities.
www.altaregional.org
916-978-6400

Eating Disorders

Summit Programs Inpatient Treatment
Summit’s medically-supervised treatment programs serve both adolescents and adults with anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. A multidisciplinary team of professionals oversees outpatient levels of care, including a seven day-per-week Partial Hospitalization Program, an Intensive Outpatient Program and flexible outpatient programming in Sacramento, as well as a flexible outpatient program in Fresno.
http://www.sedop.org

Emotional Need Support

Depression and Bi-polar Support Alliance
www.dbsasacramento.org
916-875-5644 hillerman-crooka@saccounty.net

Financial Crisis/ Need

Family Resource Center – Folsom Cordova Community Partnership
Offering education and resources to meet the needs of the whole family – including health, financial, parenting education and support, youth mentoring programs. Services include crisis intervention with connections to WEAVE.
http://www.thefccp.org
10665 Coloma Road, Suite 200
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
916-361-8684

Folsom’s Hope – Salwa Kasabian
salwa.kasabian@folsomshope.org
916-425-5013

Twin Lakes Food Bank
Provides food for families and individuals.
www.twinlakesfoodbank.org
916-985-6232
El Dorado County
Green Valley Community Church –
Financial assistance, food, clothing, life skills classes
http://gvcconline.com
3500 Missouri Flat Rd, Placerville, CA 95667
530-622-3231

Hope House in El Dorado County
Hope House is a non-profit organization providing a transitional living program for women with young children. Striving to break the cycle of homelessness through empowerment, encouragement, and love.
http://emerginghope.net/
530-622-3231 x242,
Shannon Bezak admin@emerginghope.net

Grief and Loss Support
211 – Community Link
http://www.211sacramento.org/dbonline.shtml (Search – grief and loss support groups)

Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento, Inc.
Information and referral source for community support groups serving those who are grieving …
http://www.griefhelpsacramento.com/
916-557-5882

Children’s Bereavement Art Group
Peer support groups and healthy grief work though art therapy for children ages 4 – 17.
http://www.sutterchildrens.org
Phone: 916-454-6555

Grief Share
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. GriefShare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. There are many Grief Share groups throughout our area. See the website for the most current information.
http://www.griefshare.org/

Friends for Survival
Bereavement support program for family and friends after a suicide death. Includes peer support
www.friendsforsurvival.org
Phone: 916-392-0664

Legal Issues / Victims of Crime

California Victim Compensation Program
Assists eligible victims of crime with actual expenses caused by the crime. (Must cooperate with law enforcement investigation and prosecution.) Pays for medical expenses, mental health counseling, funeral expenses, lost wages support, crime-scene clean up, moving expenses.
http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/
800-777-9229

Catholic Charities of Sacramento
Low-cost, confidential services include: citizenship applications, permanent resident applications, family petitions, employment authorization applications, fee waiver requests, applications for victims of domestic violence, referrals to local immigration attorneys.
http://www.catholiccharitiessacramento.org/
To make an appointment for consultation call 916‐443‐5367

Legal Services of Northern California
Free legal services to low-income eligible clients in civil law matters such as housing, health, welfare, employment, unemployment, Social Security, discrimination and education. Most languages by arrangement.
www.LSNC.net
12th and E Streets, Sacramento
916-551-2150

National Crime Victim Bar Association
The National Center for Victims of Crime has a number of resources available to assist victims of crime. The new Connect Directory provides contact information for victim service providers throughout the country.
http://www.victimsofcrime.org

Opening Doors
Empowering refugees, immigrants, human trafficking survivors and underserved Sacramento area residents to achieve self-sufficiency by accessing opportunities to mainstream economic and social systems. Initial resettlement of new refugees through Church World Service Immigration and Refugee program. Ethnic Community Strengthening, Services for victims of human trafficking. Business loan funds for refugees.
www.openingdoorsinc.org
916-492-2591 Office
916-920-2952 Human Trafficking Hotline

Parents of Murdered Children
POMC provides the on-going emotional support needed to help parents and other survivors facilitate the reconstruction of a “new life” and to promote a healthy resolution. Not only does POMC help survivors deal with their acute grief but also helps with the criminal justice system.
www.pomc.org
1-888-818-7662

Senior Legal Hotline
Free legal advice, brief services and referrals for seniors who wish to speak with an attorney or paralegal on any issue – Social Security, Medi-Cal, reverse mortgages, grandparents’ rights, wills, trusts, probate, Powers of attorney, housing.
916-551-2140
www.seniorlegalhotline.org

Marriage/Divorce

DivorceCare
DivorceCare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable DivorceCare resources to help you deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life. There are thousands of DivorceCare divorce recovery support groups meeting throughout the U.S., Canada and in other countries around the world. See the website for current listings.
http://www.divorcecare.org/

Family Life Skills Center
Classes educating adults in how their childhood family dysfunction leads to hurt in their current family. Addresses abuse and anger issues, breaking patterns of the past.
www.familylifeskills.net
Roseville – 916-768-9945
South Sacramento – 916-821-0302

Medical Issues Support

Marshall Hospital
Support groups – Amputees Caring Together, Breast Cancer Self Help Group, Cancer Support Groups , Multiple Sclerosis, Partner in Care – Living with Serious Illness, Spinal-cord Injury Support Group, Stroke Education Support Group.
http://www.marshallmedical.org/?id=47&sid=1

Mental Health Needs

National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI offers an array of support and education programs that help build better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
www.nami.org
1-800-950-6264

Sacramento Personalized Recovery Oriented Services
The SACPROS website is a one-stop-shop that connects individuals and families to available programs and services in the community.
www.sacpros.org

Sacramento County Health and Human Services
Adult ACCESS Team
This team does triage, assessment, linkage and referrals for adults in need of outpatient mental health services. Recipients adults 18 years and older, seeking mental health services. Diagnostic criteria and functioning level must be appropriate for service as determined and authorized by the Adult Mental Health Access Team. Cost is based on program specifications, coverage or other public insurance/resources, and the individual’s ability to pay.
http://www.dhhs.saccounty.net

Adult Mental Health Homeless Services
A variety of services are provided with the understanding that homeless individuals needs are complex and multwith attention focused on housing, co-occuring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse and unmet physicmental health needs.
http://www.sacdhhs.com

Adult Psychiatric Support Services (APSS) Clinic
A mental health outpatient clinic for Sacramento County residents who have CalWORKs program eligibility or wMedi-Cal coverage through managed care and meet certain other criteria. Contact your CalWORKs Clinical Teacounselor or the Sacramento County Adult ACCESS Team for a referral to this clinic.
http://www.sacdhhs.com/article.asp?ContentID=1339

Children’s Mental Health Access Team
Provides a full array of culturally competent and linguistically proficient mental health services to children and youth ages 0-21 years. Services include prevention and early intervention services; outpatient services; case management; crisis intervention and stabilization services; and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.How to Access Children’s Mental Health Services The Children’s Mental Health Access Team is the entry point for mental health services for children and youth ages 0-21 years. The Children’s Mental Health Access Team conducts over the phone triage, assessments, and linkage/referral to county-operated or contracted mental health service providers.
Children’s Mental Health Access Team
Phone: (916) 875-9980

Mental Health Disability and Homelessness

TLCS
TLCS is a private, non-profit psychosocial rehabilitation agency located in Sacramento. We provide housing, living skills training, community support, entitlement advocacy and outreach services for people with psychiatric and other disabilities and homeless.
For case management services go through the Guest House(see below) first. Every Monday arrive by 8 – 8:30 and participate in orientation.
Housing – fill out a pre-application form and get on the wait list.
916-441-0123 #113 to get pre-app.
916-441-0123

Guest House Homeless Clinic
For the homeless struggling with psychiatric challenges. Services include outpatient mental health services, medication, group and peer support, street outreach.
http://www.elhogarinc.org/
916‐440‐1500

Psychiatric Hospitals

Heritage Oaks Hospital
4250 Auburn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95841
916-489-3336

Sutter Center for Psychiatry
7700 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95826
916-386-3620

Mental Health Support Groups and Education

Sacramento Personalized Recovery Oriented Services
The SACPROS website is a one-stop-shop that connects individuals and families to available programs and services in the community. This is a mental health resource directory.
www.sacpros.org

Wellness and Recovery Center
Consumer-driven programs and services based on the self-help philosophy to empower individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Classes, support groups.
http://www.consumersselfhelp.org/
916-485-4175

Depression and Bi-polar Support Alliance
www.dbsasacramento.org
916-875-5644
hillerman-crooka@saccounty.net 916-875-4710

Family Life Skills Center
Classes educating adults in how their childhood family dysfunction leads to hurt in their current family. Addresses abuse and anger issues, breaking patterns of the past.
www.familylifeskills.net
Roseville – 916-768-9945
South Sacramento – 916-821-0302

National Alliance for Mental Illness
NAMI Sacramento is the only local mental health agency offering support, education, and advocacy for people coping with their own mental illness and for their family members, too. Crisis help, support groups, education, resources.
http://www.namisacramento.org
Phone: (916) 364-1642

Bipolar Support Group –
Group seeks to provide hope and understanding.
Bipolarinsights.com or email at
bipolarinsights@hotmail.com
530-642-0859

Natural Disaster

Disaster Distress Helpline
The Helpline is a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week resource that responds to people who need crisis counseling after experiencing a natural or man-made disaster or tragedy. The Helpline immediately connects callers to trained and caring professionals from the closest crisis counseling center in the nationwide network of centers. The Helpline staff will provide confidential counseling, referrals and other needed support services.
1-800-985-5990

Parenting

24-hour Parent Support Line,
Offering support by talking through stressful parenting situations, and giving community resources for parenting. Sponsored by Wellspace Health
(888) 281-3000

Family Resource Center – Folsom Cordova Community Partnership
Offering education and resources to meet the needs of the whole family – including health, financial, parenting education and support, youth mentoring programs. Services include crisis intervention and connections to WEAVE. www.thefccp.org
916-361-8684

Family Life Skills Center
Classes educating adults in how their childhood family dysfunction leads to hurt in their current family. Addresses abuse and anger issues, breaking patterns of the past.
www.familylifeskills.net
Roseville – 916-768-9945
South Sacramento – 916-821-0302

Love and Logic
Love and Logic® provides simple solutions and practical techniques to help parents with kids of all ages: raise responsible kids, have more fun in their role, easily and immediately (first use) change their children’s behavior. Help for special needs families as well. Call a facilitator for more information.
http://www.loveandlogic.com/facilitatorSearch.aspx?id=CA
Call Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church,(ask for Children’s Dept.) Classes twice per year.
(916) 967-4784, dawnbrenner@comcast.net

National Runaway Switchboard
The mission of the National runaway Safeline is to help keep America’s runaway homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.
http://www.1800runaway.org 1-800-786-2929

Senior Needs

211- Community Link
Call (916) 498-1000 or 1-800-500-4931

Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center
Seeks to improve the well being of caregivers and provide support throughout the care giving process. Services include information and referral, family consultation services, and contractual services for legal/financial advice, family counseling, and respite care to caregivers.
http://www.deloro.org
916-728-9333

Eskaton – the Senior Connection
Referrals and support for seniors and their caregivers. Assists families in problem solving.
www.eskaton.org
888-334-2986

Health For All
Health For All is a non-profit organization designed to help frail elderly stay independent or restore and maintain optimal functioning capacity. The Adult Day Health Care Centers offer multi-disciplinary teams of professional service providers who conduct comprehensive assessments of each participant’s health and social needs. Available services include:
http://www.health‐forall.org

Widowed Persons Association of California
Non-profit, nondenominational support group for widowed men and women of all ages. www.sacwidowed.org
Phone: 916-972-9722

Long-term Care Ombudsman
Investigating and resolving complaints concerning physical abuse, neglect, quality of care, patients’ rights, for residents of long-term are facilities.
www.LSNC.net
916-376-8910

Meals On Wheels
Home-delivered meals to people unable to prepare nutritious meals for themselves and have no others means of having them prepared for them. Homebound adults ages 60-plus.
http://mowsac.org/
916-444-9533

Senior Legal Hotline
Free legal advice, brief services and referrals for seniors who wish to speak with an attorney or paralegal on any issue – Social Security, Medi-Cal, reverse mortgages, grandparents rights, wills, trusts, probate, powers of attorney, housing.
916-551-2140
www.seniorlegalhotline.org

Marshall Hospital
http://www.marshallmedical.org/?id=47&sid=1
Parkinson’s Disease Support Group
Alzheimer Support Group
Bereavement Support Group
Cancer Support Groups

Care Givers Support Groups & Training
A program for persons caring for an adult 60 years or older, and for grandparents raising a grandchild or other relative 18 years old or younger. Program offers information, assistance, counseling, respite care and supplemental care.
(530) 621-6251 Contact Linda Dean for information

Support Groups

211 – Community Link
Extensive list of support groups – search support groups
Abortion Related, Adoption, Assault/Battery, Bereavement, Caregivers, Childbirth, Clutterers, Crime Victims, Families of Inmates, Overeating, Overspending, Parenting,
Search Support Groups- Can’t dial 2-1-1? Call (916) 498-1000 or 1-800-500-4931

Celebrate Recovery-
Where you can find healing from hurts, hang-ups & habits.Clear mind, clean heart, Christ’s love.
http://www.baysideonline.com
Bayside Church – 1-916-791-1244

Celebrate Recovery in other locations
http://www.celebraterecovery.com

Sun River Church
Alcoholics Anonymous, Codependents Anonymous, (Also, Compulsive Eaters, Clutterers, Nicotine Anonymous)
http://www.sunriverchurch.com

Veteran’s Needs

VA
http://www.veteranscrisisline.net
California Dept. of Veteran Affairs, call 1-800-952-5626.
2-1-1 Community Link

Veteran’s Community Support Network
http://www.sacvcsn.org/
For El Dorado County
Marshall Hospital
Amputees Caring Together (ACT)
Spinal Cord Injury Support Group
http://www.marshallmedical.org/?id=47&sid=1

The Solider’s Project
https://www.thesoldiersproject.org/
The Soldiers Project is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing free, confidential psychological services to US military veterans and their loved ones who have served at any time after September 11, 2001.