Accessing Resources

RESOURCES AND INFORMATION about the Coordinated access system (cas) for clients and the Sacramento community.

How to Access Resources: 2-1-1

2-1-1 Flyers Translations

General Information + Resources

Sacramento Steps Forward's Role in CAS

Sacramento Steps Forward (SSF) is not a direct service provider. Rather, our role within CAS is to increase access to shelter, housing, and services through:

  • Building and maintaining a homelessness prevention and diversion approach 
  • Managing client referrals to CAS-participating shelter and housing providers
  • Collaborating with, integrating, and supporting housing providers, shelter providers, and access points within CAS 

Other Resources + Information

Those not imminently at risk of homelessness can access general resources through 2-1-1’s online portal at this link. These resources where to find holiday programs, military and veteran guides, vaccination information, and more.

To find local, active severe weather spaces—including cooling and warming centers—check 2-1-1’s Sacramento map here.

CAS is continually integrating new providers and resources into the system, including shelter providers, housing providers, victim service providers, and more. You can find the most recent list of providers currently within CAS at this link.

Know your rights as a tenant or a landlord by reviewing the official California Tenant and Landlord Rights.

Elica Health, our partner for coordinated navigation, has developed a resource center for the Sacramento community. Clients and community members can access this resource center online at this link or in person using the address and information below.


Elica Health Centers – Resource Center
5735 Watt Avenue
North Highlands, CA 95660




For more information regarding the resource center, use the following contact information:

(916) 454-2345


You can also find information about open positions within the Coordinated Access Navigation Team, run by Elica Health, at