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Manual for Grandparent-Relative Caregivers and Their Advocates:
Dependency Proceedings
Getting a Child out of a Shelter
Visitation Rights of Grandparents
When Permanent Custody is Necessary
Foster Care
Public Benefits
Relative Caregivers Options Chart
School Issues
Statewide Listings for County Boards of Education
Resource Guide Statewide
Resource Guide Northern California
Resource Guide Central California
Resource Guide Southern California
Donate Now through Network for Good
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Women in Prison
Resource Guide Statewide

American Association of Retired Professionals (AARP)
Grandparent Information Center
601 E. St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20049
(202) 434-2296
(202) 434-6474 (fax)

American Indian Child Resource Center
522 Grand Avenue
Oakland 94601
(510) 208-1873
Programs include the Foster Care Reunification Program, works with groups within and outside of California.

California Teratogen Info Service
Univ. of California
200 W. Arbor Drive, #8446
San Diego, CA 92103-8446
1-800-532-3749 Toll Free
Information on exposure to drugs and alcohol on the fetus/pregnancy.
Counselors available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Information available in English and Spanish.

Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
Data Management Service Branch
1700 K Street
Sacramento 95814
Publishes directories listing the Drug and Alcohol Recovery Programs in the State of California. When ordering a publication, please identify the title and publication number, and the address to which you would like the publication mailed:
Drug Abuse - A directory of Community Services in California
Publication Number:ADP-90-2

Alcohol Recovery Services - A Directory of Community Resources in California
Publication Number ADP-90-1

Drug Help
1-800-COCAINE (Helpline)
Publishes a Foster Parent and Adoptive Parent Packet. Information to assist foster or adoptive parents in caring for a drug exposed child and educational materials for the pregnant, addicted woman. The national helpline assists professionals and lay people with questions and assists women in getting treatment.

U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse Referral Service
Information available in English and Spanish.


Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
1540 Market St., Suite 490  •  San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 255-7036  •