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Resources at/through ARC
ARC Counseling Services
ARC Counseling provides students with personal and academic counseling to help students achieve their academic and career goals.
Beaver Cares Program
Central location for Homes for Beavers (housing resource hub), Beaver Food Pantry, Gowns for Grads, Showers for Homeless Students, Student Emergency Fund, and Textbook Scholarship.
Employee Assistance Program
Free, confidential resources for employees including: counseling, wellness coaching, financial services, legal services, and help finding childcare or eldercare.
Refugee Career Pathways
The Refugee Career Pathways program is available to assist refugees to identify, plan, and start a career in the United States. Contact by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sexual Violence and Title IX
Resources for filing a report, getting confidential help and support, how to help a friend, strategies and initiatives for preventing sexual assault, and more.
Student Emergency Fund
Provides grants of up to $1,000 to Los Rios students who are involved in sudden and unexpected emergencies that threaten their ability to continue their education.
Student Health and Wellness Center
Free assistance for currently enrolled students with the six dimensions of wellness: academic, emotional, financial, physical, social, and spiritual.
Veterans Resource Center
Assist veteran students and their families with their educational and VA-related needs.
The WEAVE confidential advocate is a person available to confidentially support or provide information to students or employees who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or sexual harassment.
The confidential advocate is not an employee of American River College. The confidential advocate is provided through WEAVE, Sacramento County's primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Asian Pacific Community Counseling
"Asian Pacific Community Counseling is a community based, not-for-profit organization, providing mental health and wellness services to the diverse Asian and Pacific Islander communities throughout Sacramento County for over 35 years."
Asian Resources, Inc.
Asian Resources, Inc. (ARI) is a community-based non-profit that provides social services in our community.
BEAM: Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective
"BEAM is a national training, movement building and grant making organization dedicated to the healing, wellness and liberation of Black and marginalized communities" (from website). Use their Black Virtual Wellness directory to find a virtual black therapist, doula, yoga teacher, mediator, and more.
Gender Health Center
"Gender Health Center is a non-profit organization meeting the counseling needs of the WHOLE community in Sacramento and the surrounding areas by making our services accessible to the most underserved communities, including the LGBTQQI community and focusing on the "T" or transgender" (from website).
La Familia Counseling Center
"Our mission is to improve the quality of life for at-risk youth and families of diverse backgrounds by offering multicultural counseling, support and outreach services and programs to help families to overcome adversity, to become empowered, and to succeed in their lives" (from website).
Trauma-Informed Wellness Program for the African American/Black Community in Sacramento County (Sierra Health Foundation)
"Through this new program, funding focuses on people of all ages and genders, with special consideration for children and youth (ages 0 to 25) who have experienced or been exposed to trauma. Programs incorporate an understanding of African American/Black cultural heritage, including norms and traditions, the broad and multifaceted definition of family, and historical trauma."