CARES 916.443.3299 Mission Statement We transform lives through HIV/AIDS care, research and community awareness.
Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC) – Community Resource (916) 326-5830 Supplemental food vouchers for low-income pregnant and/or breastfeeding women with infants and children less than age 5 at nutritional risk. Nutrition education to these individuals and their families. Breastfeeding warmline: answers WIC and WIC-eligible breastfeeding women's basic questions about breastfeeding.
Planned Parenthood of Sacramento Midtown (916) 446-6921 Capitol Plaza (916) 444-7966 Fruitridge (916) 452-7305 North Highlands (916) 332-5715 www.plannedparenthood.org Provides free and/or low-cost quality health care, family planning, medically and accurate, age-appropriate information to eligible residents of Sacramento County.
Women’s Health Specialists (916) 451-0621 www.cawhs.org 1442 Ethan Way, suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95825, Rancho Cordova location. Pregnancy, birth control and STD testing, treatment, information. Adoption & Abortion services. Provides free, low-cost and sliding scale health services for all genders. Accepts Medi-Cal (no referral necessary), Covered California and private insurance. Spanish/English/Hmong speakers Undocumented people, and youth may qualify for free services.
Nia, Birthing Project Clinic (916) 558-4800 Comprehensive prenatal clinic housed in a women's resource center. Perinatal and well women's health care, on site Medi-Cal eligibility worker, substance abuse relapse prevention counseling services, parenting education support, teen pregnancy prevention, and family planning.
Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers (Call 2-1-1 for a FRC near you) Free and voluntary family support home visitation and Family Resource Center services. Focuses on primary caregiver and children, but also encompasses the needs of the whole family. Parenting groups, nutrition information, budgeting, health, immunizations, child development, community resources, and plays and grow groups. Eight sites throughout the Sacramento area. All sites have Family Resource Centers where parents and children can access resources, join groups, and seek assistance.
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