La Familia's

Maple Neighborhood Center

3301 37th Ave, Sacramento, CA 985824

 

La Familia’s Maple Neighborhood Center

3301 37th Ave, Sacramento, CA 985824
P: 916-210-8773
F: 916-395-5904 (Mental Health Confidential)
Emergency After Hours Number: 916-227-2600

Our Programs

Behavioral and Physical Health

Eligibility – Children’s Mental Health Services – Children and Youth ages 0-21 with Medi-Cal

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento County

Language – English, Spanish

La Familia provides Mental Health counseling services for children and youth ages 0 to 21 and their families. Family-driven mental health services are provided through home visitation, at school sites, at La Familia’s Maple Neighborhood Center, or at other locations as requested by families.

 Individual and family counseling and groups are provided for children and youth experiencing emotional and behavioral concern/challenges. A wide array of Psychiatric services are offered with a strength based, family focused approach.

Supporting Community Connections (SCC)

Eligibility – Latino Individuals and Families of all ages

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento

Language – English, Spanish

Supporting Community Connections Program (SCC) – Supporting Community Connections is Latino community support for all ages, open to anyone free of charge. The program connects The Latino community with suicide prevention resources and intervention training. La Familia works to build a mentally healthy and resilient Latino community through risk awareness workshops, support groups, senior companion groups and events.

Centro de Apoyo Latino (CAL)

Eligibility – Latino Individuals and Families of all ages

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento

Language – English, Spanish

Centro de Apoyo Latino Program (CAL) – The Centro de Apoyo Latino Program is for Latino Adults that are primarily Spanish speakers of all ages. CAL provides brief short term crisis intervention services along with navigation to longer term solutions. CAL provides one on one navigation, support groups and community resources.

Community Health Navigator Program

Eligibility – Community members of all ages

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento County

Language – English, Spanish,Hmong

La Familia’ Health Navigation provides assistance with:

  • COVID-19 Testing
  • COVID-19 Vaccinations
  • Medi-Cal enrollment and retention
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Health resources and referrals
  • Health awareness workshops – Diabetes, Nutrition and other Health Workshops in English and Spanish
  • Recreational Workshops – Zumba and Meditation

Youth Voice

Eligibility – Youth Ages 14-21yrs

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento

Language – English, Spanish

Youth Voice Is a program for youth ages 14-21 years old. Youth Voice provides youth leadership training, community workshops on civic engagement, violence prevention, tobacco prevention and education on other health related issues.

Youth Pop Ups

Eligibility – Youth Ages 12-21yrs

Fees – No Cost

Geographic Areas – Sacramento

Language – English, Spanish

FREE Pop-up events provide safe, fun, and enriching activities to engage youth ages 12-21 years old.

Community Partnerships

916 Ink

916 Ink is Sacramento’s arts-based creative writing nonprofit that provides workshops for Sacramento area youth, grades 3-12, in order to transform them into confident writers and published authors. Our workshops increase literacy skills, improve vocabulary, teach empathy, positively impact social and emotional learning, and expand communication skills.

916 Ink’s Creative Writing Workshop on Wednesdays will allow youth to express themselves through the written word in a safe and positive environment.

Sacramento Adventure Playground

Powered by Fairytale Town, the Sacramento Adventure Playground is a free after-school youth development program for ages 6 to 15. The Adventure Playground is open for after-school play! Participation is free, but youth must be registered by a parent to participate.

Sacramento Adventure Playground will provide an enrichment component featuring a one SCIENCE and one ART activity per week, PHYSICAL PLAY featuring structured movement within sports basics, fitness and/or fun games, and Play & Social Time utilizing our unique setting.

Highlands Community Charter School

English Language Development (ELD) program at Highlands is student-centered, communicative, and focused on life skills. English Language Development (ELD) instruction is designed specifically for English language learners to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English.

Requirements – 22+ Years Old, Not yet possess a High School Diploma and be a California ResidentFree Play Care Offered

Contact 916- 997-0275 for more information.

Mexican Consulate of Sacramento

Window of Educational Orientation or Ventanilla de Orientación Educativa (VOE) – Offers educational information and resources for Mexican immigrants and their families. The VOE provides information on financial aid, Universities and Colleges, as well as alternative education for adults including Mexican Elementary and Junior High education, Mexican High School (Prepa) and
Universities online, ESL classes, Citizenship, GED/High School diploma and trade schools.

Juntos Podemos | Together We Can

916-210-8773

info@lafcc.org

3301 37th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95824

Emergency After Hours # (916) 227-2600

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