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Community Resources in Sacramento

  • La Familia Counseling Center, Inc. offers individual and group therapy, family emergency planning assistance, behavioral health programs, family programs and community programs. La Familia provides ongoing workshops and services from GED preparation to job search and training services. Free employment search services to Sacramento area residents.
    • Individual and group therapy: (916) 210-8773
    • Family emergency planning assistance: (916) 452-3601
    • La Familia contact: (916) 452-3601
  • NorCal Resist provides assistance with legal representations, a rapid response network that defends against local ICE incidents, trainings on how to safely navigate police and ICE encounters and free community aid programs to those who need it. Phone: (916) 382-0256; email: norcalresist@gmail.com.
  • Sacramento Covered believes that everyone in Sacramento County deserves quality healthcare. Finding the right care for yourself and your family can be a difficult journey. That is where we come in. We offer free 1-on-1 assistance with finding the best health, dental and vision coverage. Need help with other health-related services like finding a doctor, a dentist or food assistance? We can help you. Note: if you are 19 to 26 years old you can apply for Medi-Cal regardless of your immigration status in Sacramento. Phone: (916) 414-8333.

General Information on Rights

Los Rios Community College District Dreamers Website

Los Rios supports all of our students and their dreams. Visit our Dreamers website for access to a variety of resources from experts throughout the region and the country.

State and National Resources

  • Immigrants Rising empowers undocumented young people to pursue their dreams of college, career, and citizenship in the United States by addressing the holistic needs of undocumented young people through direct support, leadership and career development, community outreach and education, and advocacy.
    • Selective Service and the CA Dream ActInformation provided for students on recommendations and tips on how to fill out and submit your Selective Service Form.
    • Students Selected for Income Verification: This sheet provides Information about the  required steps on how to verify your income for the California Dream Act Application (CADAA). Students are selected at random and if you are selected, you must  submit the documents requested.
    • Mix-Status Households: Mix-Status Students (student who is a citizen or legal permanent resident, but whose parents are undocumented) should follow specific steps when filing their FAFSA in order to receive state-based and federal aid.
    • CA Dream Act and Cal-Grant Checklist: These checklists help students identify the necessary steps and important dates to apply to the CA Dream Act and Cal Grants.     
  • My Undocumented Life provides up-to-date information and resources to undocumented immigrants. The organization posts scholarship opportunities that are open to undocumented students, strategies for navigating the educational system, information on how to apply for DACA/Advanced Parole, news on DAPA, and much more.
  • Things I’ll Never Say is an online platform for undocumented young people across the country to create their own immigration narratives by boldly sharing personal experiences through writing, video, audio, art, comics, photography, and other creative media.

Dreamer Scholarships

Scholarships Available to Dreamers

The following websites provide information on scholarships open to undocumented students.

Privacy

Subject Privacy Information
CRC Policy Cosumnes River College will not release any personally identifiable student information, including any data related to immigration status, without a judicial warrant, subpoena or court order, unless authorized by the student or required by law.
College Eligibility The CCCs, CSUs & UCs are open to all students who meet the minimum requirements for admission, regardless of immigration status.
Financial Aid Benefits Students can be confident that based on federal and state law, any information they submit on their college admission and/or financial aid applications will not put themselves or their families at risk.
Restricting Data Access Directory information, which includes name, dates of attendance, and other factors can be considered public information. Students may request that the college restrict access to their directory information by contacting the Admissions and Records Office