Placer Independent Resource Services
, 11768 Atwood Rd., #29 Auburn, CA (800) 833-3453
PIRS is a non-profit independent living center. Our mission is to advocate, empower, educate and provide services for people with disabilities enabling them to control their alternatives for independent living.
Presenter: Susan “Tink” Miller
Legal Services of Northern California
, 190 Reamer Street, Auburn (530) 823-7560
Since 1956 Legal Services of Northern California (LSNC) has provided quality legal services that empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty. We also have special programs focusing on the legal needs of specific populations in need, including the Senior Legal Hotline serving seniors, regardless of income in Sacramento County.
Presenter: Herb Whitaker
Auburn Senior Center
, 550 High Street, Auburn (530) 823-8172
Our mission is to honor the dignity of seniors by enriching their quality of life while supporting their independence and vitality. We promote their participation in all aspects of community life by providing opportunities for socialization, recreation, education, information, health and fitness. We provide seniors over 50 with opportunities for socializing, activities, classes, and special events to remain active and independent.
Presenter: Denise Dimiceli
Acres of Hope
P.O. Box 238, Auburn, CA 95604
Acres of Hope is a spiritually based renewal center serving homeless women with children by providing them with a home and an environment of structured programming. Located in the beautiful Sierra Foothills, Acres of Hope’s unique approach allows residents to live onsite for up to two years while staff and volunteers invest heavily in their lives by providing encouragement, practical life-skills training, job skills, mentoring and spiritual direction.
1400 N. C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
Family Promise helps families experiencing homelessness attain sustainable independence. It sounds simple, but homelessness is the result of a complex set of issues that require a comprehensive, holistic approach for a solution. Our mission is to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response.
Volunteers of America
3530 Camino Del Rio North Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92108
Our mission is to inspire hope through our ministry of service by providing individuals and families with tools to improve their quality of life. Our vision is a safe, healthy, and productive community where families are strengthened, people live with dignity, and human potential is realized.
RRUFF Healing Heroes
3031 Stanford Ranch Road Ste 2 #125, Rocklin, CA 95765 / Phone: (916) 435-0196
Healing Heroes provides scholarships for service dog training to disabled American Veterans with PTSD and other invisible disabilities.
In addition to individual scholarships, Healing Heroes funds group Service Dog Training Classes for Disabled American Veterans enrolled at American River College.
150 Corporation Yard Rd., Roseville, CA 95678 / (916) 782-7722
The mission of the Placer Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Placer SPCA) is to enhance the lives of companion animals and support the human-animal bond. Founded in 1973, the Placer SPCA plays an active role in serving the animals and the people of our community. The Placer SPCA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating the humane treatment of animals in Placer County as well as a safer, healthier community overall. The Placer SPCA is funded solely by donations, grants, bequests and fees for service.
Gold Country Wildlife Rescue
11251 B Ave, Auburn, CA 95603 / (530) 885-0862
Gold Country Wildlife Rescue is a non-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. We are permitted through the California Department of Fish & Wildlife, and the US Fish & Wildlife Service. We have been serving the local community for over 20 years, and do so at no charge. Each year our trained volunteers help thousands of injured birds and mammals return to the wild.
A Touch of Understanding
5280 Stirling Street, Suite 102
Granite Bay, CA
A Touch of Understanding’s mission is to encourage acceptance and respect for all individuals and to minimize discrimination, bullying and misunderstanding experienced by children and adults who are perceived as different for any reason, but especially for those with disabilities.
Ride to Walk
1630 Hwy 193
Lincoln, CA 95648
Ride To Walk’s mission is to enhance the lives of children and young adults with neurological disabilities by providing innovative therapeutic horseback riding activities that are recreational in nature and adapted to the individual’s needs and abilities. Ride To Walk strives to provide a positive support system for individuals with disabilities, their parents/caregivers, and our community.
Each Mind Matters
Each Mind Matters is California’s Mental Health Movement. We are millions of individuals and thousands of organizations working to advance mental health. Every day, millions of people face stigma related to mental health because they or their loved ones are facing a challenge. Many of these people feel isolated and alone, going years before receiving any help. Our goal is to amplify the voices of all people who want to put an end to this stigma, creating a community where everyone feels comfortable reaching out for the support they deserve.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children)
P.O. Box 278383
Sacramento, CA 95827-8383
CASA’s mission is ensuring consistency and support for children in the foster care system through the use of volunteer advocates advancing the best interests of each child. Every child in need is appointed a CASA to champion for them in Court, without compromise, on the path to a safe and permanent home.
124 Main St
Roseville, CA 95678
Established in 1989 as a private, non-profit organization, KidsFirst’s mission is to end child abuse and neglect. Our vision is that all children live in a safe, healthy, and nurturing home. We are dedicated to helping families by providing them with the tools they need to cope with difficult life circumstances before they become overwhelming.
Koinonia Family Services
3733 Taylor Road, Loomis, CA 95650 (916) 652-5814 “Koinonia” (Koy-no-nee’-ah) is a Greek word which means “fellowship.” It carries with it the meaning of a committed, trustworthy and dependable relationship. Koinonia Family Services was founded on February 3, 1982 and is a premier foster and adoption agency with over 33 years of experience and offices throughout California and Nevada. Our mission is to provide the highest quality treatment foster care, adoption and family service programs available for children, youth and their families whose special needs can be met through services delivered, supervised and supported by professional agency staff.