COVID-19 Response

Overview

COVID-19 Community Resources
We are here for you

Stanford Sierra Youth & Families is committed to being part of the solution to curb the spread of COVID-19, and we are taking necessary measures to ensure our staff, youth, families, and the broader community are safe and healthy.

Our office lobbies are closed, but we are still here for you and your family.  We are currently providing phone and tele-health services and are taking new referrals. 

To make a referral, contact your County’s Access Team as follows:

Sacramento County
(916) 875-1055
Yolo County
(888) 965-2929
Napa County
(707) 259-8151 or
(800) 648-8650
El Dorado County
(530) 621-6290

If you are experiencing an emergency, Dial 9-1-1.

If you have your case coordinator’s phone number, please contact them directly.

For further assistance, please refer to the following numbers:

Our Main Line: (916) 344-0199

Family Support On-Call #: (916) 978-7583 – For Wraparound, FIT, JJIS, & CBFS Programs in Sacramento, Yolo, & El Dorado Counties

Pathways to Permanency On-Call #: (916) 899-9269  – For youth and families being served by Pathways to Permanency Programs (Foster Care /Adoption) in Sacramento, Nevada, and Placer Counties

Parent Support Line – To contact the parent support team email parentsupport@youthsolutions.org or call (916) 473-2319. When you call you will be prompted to leave a message with your name and contact information. Our staff are standing by and will respond within 24 hours Monday-Friday.

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Continuity of service delivery
Our response to COVID-19

The health and safety of our families, guests, employees, and community is our number one priority. In coordination with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical experts, and local health officials, we continue to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation closely and have formed an internal, cross-functional workgroup.

Our mental health and social services are essential, and we will continue to deliver programs and services. During these times of crisis, the youth and families we serve need us more than ever.  We have a plan in place and have made necessary changes to the way our staff are conducting work and delivering services to help keep the community safe during this pandemic. We are taking extra precautions to keep everyone as healthy as possible.

Stanford Youth Solutions + Sierra Forever Families is committed to being part of the solution to curb the spread of the virus and we are taking necessary measures to ensure our staff, youth, families, and the broader community are safe and healthy. We will continue to be proactive, keeping the health and safety of our families, guests, employees, and community at the forefront.

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Parent Support Line

Need resources or someone to talk to? Stanford Sierra Youth & Families has a parent support team to provide connection to resources and emotional support. To contact the parent support team email parentsupport@youthsolutions.org or call (916) 473-2319. When you call you will be prompted to leave a message with your name and contact information. Our staff are standing by and will respond within 24 hours Monday-Friday.

 

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Drive-thru COVID-19 testing
Sacramento County

A couple of weeks ago, in partnership with Verily (a Google sister company), Sacramento County Public Health (SCPH) began offering drive-thru COVID-19 testing at Cal Expo. Verily continues to provide registration and backend IT support, but our team is operating the site and it continues to run smoothly. The intent of this site is to reduce demand and burden on clinics and emergency departments by offering testing to residents with less severe symptoms. Residents can schedule an appointment online by going to https://www.projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/