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Serving Northern California
Volunteer opportunities and events
Receive training and collaborate with other organizations
Post your volunteer opportunities for free
Food Pantry for the community
Due to COVID-19, we are only allowing clients with appointments in our building
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Volunteering is a valuable part of every healthy community. Volunteers come from all segments of society and often provide essential services. Everyone has the potential to contribute strength and resources in times of emergency. There are valuable and appropriate roles for unaffiliated spontaneous volunteers in mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.
We are open and working but due to the Governor's mandate, we are only allowing clients with prior appointments to enter the building. We ask if you have specific needs to call your case manager at our toll-free number at 1-866-703-3873 and schedule an appointment. If you are not a client of Caring Choices but require services such as the food pantry, please call our office to schedule a pick-up.
Free HIV testing
Long term case management
Internship and Career opportunities
Assistance in Spanish, Hmong, and many other languages.
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Our dedicated, staff, volunteers and community allies help us offer education and outreach at community events in Northern CA. Our group offers health education classes, HIV testing, Hep C Testing, and information booths at health fairs and community events.
Outreach & Education
Do you owe back pay for rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Caring Choices can assist you with applying for California's COVID-19 Rent Relief Program.
HIV Program Manager
Caring Choices offers a variety of services for people living with HIV/AIDS in 8 Counties of Northern CA.