RPC Respite Services Grantees
Respite Partnership Collaborative grantees offer respite support for community members who are experiencing mental health crisis in Sacramento County. You can learn how to access mental health respite services by clicking on the name of each agency below.
Capital Adoptive Families Alliance works to improve family stability by providing family respite camp for adoptive parents and their emotionally disturbed children, expanding peer support and developing children’s social skills. Capital Adoptive Families Alliance is a volunteer-run nonprofit resource for adopted families and professionals who serve them.
Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center helps decrease hospitalizations due to mental health crisis of family caregivers of dementia patients by providing respite care and respite counseling, and helping caregivers develop skills and developing a care plan to help stabilize their situation. Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center, part of a statewide system of resource centers serving family caregivers, is an independent, private, nonprofit program funded through a contract with the California State Department of Mental Health, grants and private donations.
Turning Point Community Programs helps decrease hospitalizations due to mental health crisis by providing residential and peer-directed respite services at Abiding Hope Respite House, a home-like environment for adults age 18 and older. Turning Point Community Programs began in 1976 with a unique vision about offering caring, hope, respect and support on the path to recovery and mental health. From small beginnings as an agency with only two full-time employees, Turning Point now employs more than 395 and serves more than 4,000 mental health consumers each year.
United Iu-Mien Community, Inc. works to reduce mental health crisis in the Iu-Mien community by raising awareness of mental health issues through intergenerational respite support that is culturally and linguistically appropriate. Respite services support youth through older adults, and will offer a crisis hotline as part of the services. The mission of United Iu-Mien is to help preserve and teach the Iu-Mien culture, assist Iu-Mien to adjust to living in America and to promote a healthy community through education, advocacy, mentoring, outreach and other support services and referrals that are culturally appropriate and in the spirit of collaboration to bridge cultural and language barriers in mainstream society.
Grant funding provided by Mental Health Services Act Sacramento County Innovation funds and managed by Sierra Health Foundation: Center for Health Program Management.