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|Colleges/universities in the larger Sacramento County Area|
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the application to receive college aid money (financial aid)
Appplications for ARC Foundation Scholarships are now available.... Hurry!
Chafee Grant if you are or were a former foster youth, money for college
I Can Afford College contains informational resources to attain your educational goal
Medi-Cal provides information for insurance coverage, 916-874-2072
Family Resource Center provides several services from parenting education to job training (Healthy Start, 916-368-1759 )
Planned Parenthood offers a wide variety of services for testing and pregnancy, 800-230-7526
|Support Services and Counseling in the Community|
California Youth Crisis Line, 800-843-5200 , offers 24-hour counseling and support services
Infoline Sacramento, 916-498-1000 , offers housing, food programs, financial and employment services
National Youth Crisis Line, 800-448-4663 , 24 hour services for teens between 12-18 years of age
Victim Witness Assistance Program, 916-774-5701 , provides assistance for victims of violent crimes
Social Security Administration, 916-381-9410 , offers information for Social Security cards and retirement or disability services
Department of Motor Vehicles, 800-777-0133 , offers driving licensing, driving test, and i.d. cards.