Adolescent Health Program
The goal of this program is to empower teens to delay sexual activity through knowledge and skill building. View the Program page for more information.
We promote the optimal physical, intellectual, social and emotional well-being of adults and older adults with serious mental illness. We offer inpatient, outpatient, acute care services, subacute care, and residential care through a variety of county-operated and contracted providers. For more information, read the Adult Mental Health Services web page.
Adult Mental Health Access Team
Phone: (916) 875-1055, TTY/TDD: (916) 874-8070
Alcohol and Drug Services
We administer prevention, treatment, and recovery services for alcohol and drug abuse. We contract with an array of community-based service providers throughout Sacramento County. The range of services provided through these organizations includes outpatient treatment, methadone treatment, day treatment, detoxification, residential services, and perinatal services. For more information, read the Alcohol and Drug Services web page.
Alcohol & Drug System of Care
3331 Power Inn Road, Suite 120
Sacramento, CA 95826
Phone: (916) 874-9754
Children need to be properly restrained when traveling in vehicles. Did you know that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that 4 out of 5 car seats are not installed correctly? The ChIIP Program seeks to ensure that children are properly restrained each time they ride in a vehicle. View the Car Seat Safety Education page for more information.
Day/Child Care Licensing
Many parents need a safe, clean place for their children to remain while they are working or attending school. Childcare homes provide needed care to a limited number of children in private homes. These homes must be licensed to provide childcare. View the Licensing web page.
The Sacramento County Public Health Division has implemented a Confidential Morbidity Reporting system (WebvCMR) that allows health providers to report cases of communicable disease directly to Public Health. View the Disease Reporting web page for more information.
Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to maintaining the health and safety of elderly and dependent adults who are victims of abuse or neglect. APS is a state-mandated service program charged with investigating situations involving elderly and dependent adults who are reported to be in danger due to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or hazardous or unsafe living conditions. Read the Adult Protective Services web page for more information.
Welcome to the Sacramento County Emergency Medical Services (EMS)Agency Web Site. The mission of our Agency is to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate the quality of
emergency medical services provided to the residents of and visitors to Sacramento County.
Do you want to make a difference in the life of a child? Foster parents, also known as "resource families," provide love, care and guidance to children until they can be returned to their parents or move to a permanent home through adoption or guardianship. View the Foster Home Licensing web page.
Get started on becoming a foster parent/resource family by completing this one-page application and mailing it to: Sacramento County Foster Home Licensing Dept. This is a PDF file that allows you to type your information while online. You may also hand-write the information. You'll need to print it to mail it either way. View the Foster Parent application page.
Wondering about HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases? View the program website for more information on free and annonymous HIV testing services.
Are your children up-to-date on their immunizations? We provide resources about immunizations and services available for children and adults. Seasonal flu shot clinics are conducted annually. View program website for more information.
Service Provided By:
Health & Human Services
7001 East Parkway, Suite 600 (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95823
916-875-7648 or e-mail
Women Infants Children (WIC) Program is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers and young children eat well and stay healthy. Read the WIC page for more information.
Women Infants Children Program
2251 Florin Rd. #100
Sacramento, CA. 95822
In-Home Supportive Services
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) serves aged, blind, or disabled persons who are unable to perform activities of daily living and cannot remain safely in their own homes without help. For more information, visit the IHSS page.
The Sacramento County Medical Marijuana Identification Card (MMIC) Program provides patients with the State medical marijuana identification card. The card can assist law enforcement officials to know if the individual using marijuana meets the requirements of the Compassionate Use Act. For more information, view the Card Program page.
The County Medically Indigent Services Program (CMISP) is a program of "last resort" designed to meet the health care needs of individuals in our community who are not otherwise eligible for health care programs such as Medi-Cal, Medicare, or private health insurance; and who meet the County's "last resort" socioeconomic eligibility standards. CMISP serves adults 19-64 years of age with incomes at approximately 0 - 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
CMISP has enrolled various medical service providers such as Home Health Agencies, Durable Medical Equipment providers, Surgical Centers, therapy groups, providers who do various diagnostic testing, pharmacies and laboratories. Medical Case Management will work with providers to assure that ancillary services are accessible and authorized through other enrolled medical service providers.
You can register a child that was born outside of a licensed hospital birthing facility within one year of its birth at your local County Vital Records office. To register a child that was born in Sacramento County, but outside of a licensed birthing facility, you need to contact our Birth Registration Desk. View the Registration page for more information.
SAS/SMUD Energy Assistance program through SMUD offers several programs which can be of great value to low income seniors sixty five and over and dependent adults. View the SEAT web page for more information.
Do you want to quit smoking? Do you want to quit chewing tobacco? Do you have a family member or friend who wants to quit? View the Tobacco Cessation page for more information.
The mission of Sacramento County Vital Records is to register all vital records events that occur in our local registration district, and to provide timely and accurate services in order to meet our mandates and provide services to the public and other government agencies. View the Vital Records page for more information.