YCCC Awarded Grant from Sacramento Region Community Foundation
May 2017

“Yolo Community Care Continuum has been awarded a grant for $6,240 by the Immediate Need Grants Program of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation,” Debbie Woodsford said today.

According to Woodsford, the grant will be used replace a portion of the decaying roof at our Farmhouse facility which was damaged during this year’s winter storms. The Farmhouse is the first dwelling donated to YCCC back in the 1980’s. It is located on a ten-acre parcel of land seven miles northwest of Davis. The site includes a five-bedroom farmhouse, two large barns, two pastures and a large garden.

“Our agency serves over 700 clients each year,” Woodsford said. “The grant from Sacramento Region Community Foundation will give us additional resources to provide a safe and stable environment for the clients living at the Farmhouse.”

Yolo Community Care Continuum was founded in 1979 and has served tens of thousands of people throughout Yolo, Placer and Yuba Counties by providing client-driven services which assist people to attain their highest level of mental health possible. Leal Abbott, LCSW, is the President of the Board of Directors for YCCC.

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation is an advocate for quality of life, dedicated to connecting people who care with charitable causes. An effective steward of the region’s charitable assets since 1983, the Foundation’s mission is to transform our community through focused leadership and advocacy that inspire partnerships and expand giving.

Woodland Healthcare Gives $70,000 In Community Grants To Help People In Need
Tuesday, January 7, 2017
Grants in Yolo County were awarded to Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County and Yolo Community Care Continuum, a partnership that will respond to the lack of available mental health care services during non-business hours. The objective of this collaborative is to improve the safety and mental well-being for individuals and decrease avoidable emergency room admissions. Grants were also awarded to Citizens Who Care for the Elderly and Rural Innovations in Social Economics (RISE), a collaboration that will provide no cost support services to older adults and families coping with the challenges of various stages of dementia, ranging from early memory loss to advanced dementia.

“At Woodland Healthcare, we are proud to collaborate with local nonprofit organizations through our community grants program to help improve the health of people in our community,” said Kevin Vaziri, President of Woodland Healthcare. “These nonprofit partnerships in Yolo County will provide much needed services in mental health and early to late stages of dementia in the elderly.”

YCCC board members recruited
Sunday, November 25, 2012

Applications are being accepted now for openings on the Yolo Community Care Continuum’s board of directors. Individuals who are passionate about YCCC’s mission to help mentally ill adults are encouraged to apply.

The board meets monthly, usually on Mondays. Members are expected to participate and contribute at the meetings and any board events and to assist in fundraising efforts. For more information, contact Executive Director Michele Kellogg at or 530-758-2160.

YCCC honored as Partner of the Year by Yolo Wayfarer Center
Monday, January 3, 2011

Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) was honored by the Yolo Wayfarer Center (YWC) in December 2010 as the recipient of the Don Wells award.  YCCC and YWC share a passion for assisting those in the greatest need in our community.  YCCC values the strong partnership built between our two agencies and looks forward to collaborating closely in the years to come.


2nd Annual YCCC Poker Night co sponsored by the Davis Odd Fellows

Tuesday, June 1, 2010 

That's right its back!  We have a date for the 2nd annual poker event.  Mark your calendars for October 23, 2010 at the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge.  There will be food, fun, and of course POKER!

YCCC Blinds & Bluffs Poker Night A Great Success!

Thanks to all who attended the event and all of the volunteers, sponsors, and donators.  With your help we raised over $7,700.  The money raised goes to support the services provided by YCCC to people with a mental illness.  We look forward to our next poker event in the fall of 2011.

Special thanks to our sponsors:

Davis Odd Fellows Lodge #169 and Davis Rebekah Lodge

Olson Hagel Fishburn, LLP

Fred Teichert

Businesses who donated:

  • Aioli
  • Sophia's Tai Kitchen
  • Davis Food Coop

Yolo Community Care Continuum is a 501(c)3, tax exempt nonprofit organization established to better the lives of people with mental illness through direct services, advocacy, education and volunteer efforts. Copyright © 2012, Yolo Community Care Continuum. All rights reserved.