Services for adults in Placer County, including mental health, substance use and programs for elderly and dependent individuals.
Lost and found pets, animal adoption, animal control, licensing and more.
Food, drinking water, garbage, and sewage and hazardous chemicals, are just some of what Environmental Health monitors on a daily basis.
Child welfare services, information about fostering and adoption, youth mental health and substance use services and more.
Visit the 211 Placer website to connect with nonprofits and other organizations across Placer County for resources.
Information about CalWorks and Employment Services, as well as jobs with In-Home Supportive Services and Health and Human Services.
Learn about temporary cash benefits programs, including CalWORKs and General Relief.
View food assistance resources, along with food business health regulations and inspection reports.
Access health resources, from information about Medi-Cal to health education programs and home nursing.
Locate housing resources as well as find information on the issue of homelessness.
View various veterans services.