Trinity County Information & Resources for Children & Families

Family Urgent Response System
833-939-3877

For Access to Behavioral Health Services or the Crisis Line
800-334-6622 
CalHOPE Warm Line
833-317-HOPE(4673)

24-hour Suicide Prevention
800-273-TALK (8255)

Virtual Support Services

Foster & Kinship Care Education (FKCE) – Shasta College
Far Northern Regional Center
Office of Education
Office of Education Foster Youth Services
Home Internet Service Free – $23/month

Free Tutoring Services For Foster Youth
2-1-1 Resources Supporting Your LGBTQ Youth
Resources for Non-Black Caregivers
Resources for Kinship Caregivers
ICWA Resources
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families Support Groups
California Foster Care Ombudsperson

Wellness
Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program 
Crisis Resources
Mental Health Resources

Child Care
Child Care Resource and Referral
Head Start

Statewide
California Provider Helpline (For Foster & Kinship Parents!) 1-833-99YOUTH (999-6884)
Alliance for Children’s Rights
Kinship Navigator
iFoster
CAC Foster & Kinship Newsletters

 

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