Stanislaus County Information & Resources for Children and Families

Family Urgent Response System
(FURS): 833-939-3877

For Access to Behavioral Health Services or the Crisis Line
CalHOPE Warm Line
1 833 317-HOPE(4673)

Central Valley Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1 800 273-8255

Virtual Support Services

Stanislaus County Office of Education
Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program
Second Harvest Food Bank
Stanislaus County Food Banks
Family Resource Center
Love Our Schools Stanislaus County
Love Our Neighbors – Resource Matching
Grab & Go School Lunch – Stanislaus
Comcast – Staying Connected During Covid-19
ATT – Internet
Stanislaus 211 (Warmline for Family Resources)
Home Internet Service Free – $23/month
Free Tutoring Services For Foster Youth
211  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


Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program

Child Care


Statewide Resources
California Provider Helpline (For Foster & Kinship Parents!) 1-833-99YOUTH (999-6884)

Parents & Caregivers for Wellness

  • Increase Access to Appropriate, Individualized Care
  • Improve Quality and Effectiveness of Care
  • Encourage Greater Collaboration Among Child-Serving Agencies and Providers
  • Promote Engagement of Parents & Caregivers

Bringing the Caregiver Voice to the State

California’s caregivers have an unprecedented opportunity to participate in statewide policy discussion & formation. Policymakers and decision-makers want to know what supports the retention and recruitment of quality family homes for the state’s most vulnerable children. You can add your voice by becoming a member of California Alliance of Caregivers for updates, events, and leadership opportunities and

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