Parenting Resources

For New Moms:

Breastfeeding Coalition of Placer County: Promoting and supporting breastfeeding through education, outreach, and increased services in our communities. (916) 276-8016, (916) 780-6454.

La Leche League of Roseville: Any woman who is interested in breastfeeding is welcome at all meetings, as are babies and young children. Pregnant women are strongly encouraged to attend meetings. Meetings are free. You do not have to be a member of La Leche League to attend meetings. Please call if you have any questions, (916) 708-1263, (530) 215-6873, (916) 259-4759,

Mother’s & Babies First: Mothers & Babies First advocates for the improvement of maternity care through evidence based practices  as well as empowering women in their journey to motherhood. They offer affordable breastfeeding support in the comfort of your home, breastfeeding classes, back to work and breastfeeding classes as well as a class on the “fourth trimester” and step-by-step techniques on how to help babies sleep longer and how to soothe even the fussiest infant in minutes… or less! To find out more or to register for a class please visit, or email, or call 916-771-2440.

Placer County WIC: WIC is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children under age five eat well, be active, and stay healthy. (916) 784-6447.

Taylor Made Doulas: A full service doula agency providing families with professional, knowledgeable and compassionate care. Taylor made Doulas proudly support and serve all birthing and parenting decisions. They offer a wide range of classes and workshops tailored to fit your needs. To find out more about Taylor Made Doulas visit their website at or give them a call at 530-401-1798.

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Parenting Resources:

A Community for Peace
A trauma informed social justice center for victims and survivors of domestic violence, family violence. Crisis Line 916-728-7210, office line (916) 728-5613.

Adventure Club: City of Roseville
Operates in multiple sites at local schools for school age childcare and after school care for elementary school age children in Roseville. (916) 774-5505.

Affordable Counseling & Educational Services (ACES)
Offers classes in Anger Management/Domestic Violence and Parenting Programs for Men and Women. Spanish and English classes available. Please contact for more information. Individual, couples and marriage counseling also available. Please call the office for more information and rates. (916) 630-9188.

Blue Sky Counseling Center:  We believe in brief solution based counseling for most situations. Usually, our goal is not to keep young people in therapy long-term. It is our goal to help you help them adjust relational skills and start living independently with more success. We partner with you by helping your children learn how to mend trust relationships, to learn healthier coping skills, integrate positive strategies, and to live without self-harm.

Big Brothers Big Sisters
Helping children reach their potential through one-to-one relationships with mentors that
have a measurable impact on youth., (916) 646-9300.

Child Advocates of Placer County
Helping high risk youth,, 530-887-1006.

Club Rocklin
Club Rocklin is a state-licensed, self supporting before and after school recreation program, which provides supervised activities for children in grades K-6. (916) 625-5200.

Compassion Planet: Our mission is to help aged-out foster youth overcome personal obstacles in order to achieve independence and reach their fullest potential. To find out more please go to: or call (916) 672-6599.

Counseling Services in Roseville: Offering maternal wellness, new mother’s support groups, groups for moms and more. For more information contact Rebecca Johnson, LMFT,

Empathic Way Treatment Center
We provide free phone screenings for potential clients related to eating disorders, body image issues and exercise compulsion. Also provides individual, couples and family counseling for those struggling with eating disorders, family communication and life transitions. Roseville,

EXCEL of Roseville
A community center for children of low income families in the Roseville area. 916-789-7884,

Fit 4 Mom Placer: FIT4MOM is the nation’s leading prenatal and postnatal fitness program, providing fitness classes and a network of moms to support every stage of motherhood. From pregnancy, through postpartum and beyond, our fitness and wellness programs help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit.

First 5 Placer
Supporting Parents and Children Ages 0 – 5 in Placer County,

Kids First
KidsFirst provides parents and children with the tools they need to thrive through family-centered supports and services. Our mission is to “Empower and Strengthen Children and Families through Education, Advocacy, and Counseling, to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.” Our vision is that all children live in a safe, healthy and nurturing home. (916) 774-6802,

KidZKount: Placer Community Action Council, Inc.
Head Start, Early Head Start and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership programs. Services to income eligible families and children from pregnancy to 4 years old. (530) 885-5437.

Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center
Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center is a community based nonprofit organization with a mission to strengthen families and improve the physical and emotional well-being of the residents of Placer County by providing counseling, education, and easy access to community based resources, with all services offered in both English and Spanish. 427 A St Ste  #400, Lincoln, (916) 645-3300,

Lincoln Parks & Recreation Department
Providing high quality programs for all ages., (916) 434-3220.

Parent Project
Parent Project is a 10-week skill-building course for parents of strong-willed or defiant youth. There is a fee, but funds are available to cover all or part of the cost for parents who cannot afford it. Nancy Taylor, (916) 787-4357.

Placer County Mothers of Multiples
Nonprofit organization offering support and services to all mothers of multiples.

Placer County Office of Education Child Care Resource and Referral
PCOE Early Childhood Education Services helps parents find child care, provides resources and information for parents and child care providers, and assists the Placer County community in finding and supporting quality child care. The Resource and Referral also provides learning opportunities for parents, providers and the community. (530) 745-1380.

Placer County WIC
WIC is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children under age five eat well, be active, and stay healthy. (916) 784-6447.

Rocklin Parks & Recreation Department
Offers a variety of community classes and programs for children and adults. (916) 625-5200,

Roseville Parks & Recreation
We are dedicated to helping you and your family find the right recreational programs. (916) 772-PLAY (7529),

SacWellness: Designed to help you find a therapist in the greater Sacramento area,

Sierra Mental Wellness Group
Provides professional and affordable individual, couple and family counseling, crisis services, child and adolescent programs, and mental health assessments. (916)783-5207,

Stand Up Placer
Crisis intervention & support. We provide victims of domestic violence and assault in Placer County with a safe, caring and nurturing environment. 24-hour crisis line staffed by Crisis Counselors – 800-575-5352. 530-823-6224,

Teen Age Pregnancy & Parenting Program
TAPP is a free program that helps to improve the health and well-being of pregnant and parenting teens and their children.
530-889-7141 or 1-800-829-7199.

Uplift Family Services
We do whatever it takes to strengthen & advocate for children, families, adults and communities to realize their hopes for behavioral health & well being., (916) 779-2455.

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