EIN 94-2705790

The Resource Connection of Amador and Calaveras Counties (TRCAC)

IRS 501(c) type
Num. employees
San Andreas
Year formed
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The Resource Connection's mssion is to engage families, empower communities, and enrich the lives of the residents of Amador and Calaveras Counties.

Program areas at TRCAC

Child care Resource and referral and alternative payment program - The Resource Connection child care Resource and referral (ccr&r) program assists parents in making child care decisions that best meet their family and children's individual needs. Parents receive free referrals to licensed child care homes and centers in Amador and Calaveras Counties. The ccr&r works to build and support The delivery of high-quality child-care services in diverse settings throughout The service area by providing community education, child care provider recruitment, training and support for new and existing child care programs. To help parents afford The high cost of child care The alternative payment program provides vouchers to income-eligible parents with a qualifying need, at The type of child care arrangement that best suits their needs. We administer a California alternative payment program, calworks child care, all are mostly funded by The California department of education. The most significant change this past year was The additional implementation of essential worker care for covid-19. In The alternative payment programs, The agency served: 793 children and 380 families in The fiscal year ended june 30, 2020. Staff calculated over 6,000 provider payments and we paid out over $3 million in child care subsidies. Additionally, The program provides information and referrals to support family strengthening and engagement such as parent education, child development, health and nutrition, housing, legal assistance, and child-parent activities. The ccr&r has been a leader in providing advocacy and information on issues affecting families, child development, and child care for more than 30 years. The program promotes community awareness, supports policy and planning, and participates in collaborations and community events related to children and families. In The Resource and referral program, we assisted families with 633 child care referrals for 780 children. Made available technical assistance, training and referrals to 46 child care centers and 68 family child care homes. Our program offered 96 hours of professional growth training to child care operators and staff. Assisted six new family child care providers in getting their license and business up and running and zero -family child-care providers assist in transition from small to large capacity. The program also provided information and community resources to 6,013 community members.
Intervention and prevention program -The Resource Connection Calaveras crisis center provides shelter, peer and licensed counseling, advocacy, restraining order assistance, criminal justice support, court accompaniment services and hospital response for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and personal safety and violence prevention education for school aged children in Calaveras county. Rental assistance is available for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse. The Resource Connection children's advocacy center provides forensic interviewing services, criminal justice advocacy and education, multi-disciplinary case management and licensed counseling services for child victims of crime.services provided during The past year include:the Calaveras children's advocacy center served 144 child victims of crime, 42 of which also received forensic interviews in order to gather evidence in preparation for prosecution of those crimes. All 144 received therapeutic services free of charge.the Calaveras crisis center provided assistance to 356 individuals who were experiencing domestic violence, 77 of those received shelter services. of The 356 individuals who received services 78 were men and 92 were children.the Calaveras crisis center provided assistance to 99 individuals who had experienced sexual assault. of those 13 were men and 38 were children.the Calaveras crisis center provided rental assistance for 66 individuals who had experienced domestic violence, sexual assault and/or elder abuse.
Early childhood programsthe Resource Connection early childhood programs offers a variety of comprehensive early education programs for children birth to age 5. These programs include early head start, head start, and a locally designed home-visiting programs. Focus in these programs are on The 'whole child,' engaging preschool aged children and their families. The Resource Connection offers part year, full year, and extended day options. Head start provided services to 125 preschool aged children that were enrolled, or dropped, or completed The program from july 1, 2019 through june 30, 2020. Early head start provides infant/toddler services through child care centers, home visiting for pregnant women and families with children under 3. A total of 47 infants/toddlers were enrolled, dropped or completed The center based early head start program, with 76 families enrolled, completing or dropped from The early head start home base program. The program receives funding through first 5 Calaveras to provide a raising a reader (literacy based) home visiting program to families with children up to age 5 and that do not qualify for The head start/early head start program. A total of 22 families received services. In collaboration with Calaveras health and human services, The Resource Connection provides home visiting services to pregnant mothers, first-time parents or parents of a child less than twenty-four months of age and receiving services through Calaveras health and human services.

Form 990s for TRCAC

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2020-062021-05-11990View PDF
2019-062020-10-06990View PDF
2018-062019-05-14990View PDF
2017-062018-06-14990View PDF
2016-062017-08-24990View PDF
...and 6 more Form 990s

Who funds The Resource Connection of Amador and Calaveras Counties (TRCAC)

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
California Association of Food BanksExpand Member Services$22,500
 View purchase optionsOrganization's Mission$15,000
 View purchase optionsCovid-19 Rapid Response$10,000
Federal funding details
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Department of Health and Human ServicesHEAD START$2,902,333
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...and 14 more federal grants / contracts

Grants made by TRCAC

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Amador Community FoundationHelping Victims of the Butte Fire Rebuild Homes$100,000

Financials for TRCAC

RevenuesFYE 06/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$10,377,189
Program services$78,167
Investment income and dividends$86
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$108,335
Total revenues$10,563,777

Personnel at TRCAC

Kelli CoaneChief Administrative Director and Director, Prevention and Intervention$81,910
Tina MatherDirector , Food Bank$51,068
Sasha KristoffersenDirector , Wic Program$41,931
 View purchase optionsFiscal Coordinator$46,437
 View purchase optionsInterim Dir , CCRR$20,530
...and 15 more key personnel

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General information
PO Box 919
San Andreas, CA 95249
Calaveras County, CA
Website URL
(209) 754-3114
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
P43: Family Violence Shelters and Services
NAICS code, primary
624110: Child and Youth Services
Parent/child status