Foster Youth Tutoring
The Sacramento Children’s Home operates a tutoring program for foster youth that are enrolled in the Sacramento City School District. The program focuses on four main pillars: tutoring, homework help, mental health support, including referrals to other services, and relationship building.
The California Family Urgent Response System connects foster youth up to 21 and resource families throughout the state to trained hotline staff who provide guidance, support, and connection to critical resources.
The Source connects all youth up to 26 and resource families in Sacramento County to trained hotline staff who provide guidance, support, and connection to critical resources.
Early Violence Intervention Begins with Education (eVIBE) is an early intervention violence prevention program that helps youth and families develop safer relationships.
Our Wraparound Program provides individualized service and support to families to ensure that children return to a safe, stable family home.
Our Education Program offers a variety of afterschool activities that make learning fun and help residents get the most from their formal education.
Our Counseling Center offers innovative services to promote mental health wellness, recovery and safety for children and young adults.
Our Crisis Nursery Program provides free emergency childcare for children age 0-5, as well as case management services for families during a crisis.
Family Resource Centers
Our three community-based Family Resource Centers build strong families through education, intervention and social support.
“Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP)”
Our Residential Treatment Program provides intensive care for abused or neglected males age 6-19 and prepares them to thrive in a family home.