CLAP was formed due to the lack of equity, resources, and representation for marginalized Sacramento communities.
We provide community reach-ups, culturally competent resource links, black hygiene living supplies, and community connection for Sacramento.
CLAP has always been about uplifting our Sacramento youth and families. If there is a family that needs support please share the CLAP Family Resource List that is downloadable below. CLAP also invites community led programs and services to contact us so we can add them to our resource database
Narrative Justice equitably shifts representation, voice, and agency. We ourselves are the writers of our real history, life’s moments, respect, and inner power!!
In 2022, CLAP will be doing Reach Ups as we did Reach Outs in the prior time. These aren't hand-outs but hand-ups as our Sacramento community struggles. CLAP services are led or created with the input of the community most impacted. No one left behind!!
Fill out the CLAP Connect form if you would like to volunteer with CLAP.
COVID 19 PPE and social distancing aren't always options for our unhoused community due to lack of shelter and even displacement due to "sweeps". Any unhoused member or advocate can connect to: COVID-19 Vaccination Resources on the Sacramento Steps Forward website: sacramentostepsforward.org
Please sign and share the need for Sacramento to have a Social Services Shuttle. Those in underserved areas regularly go without basic resources due to transportation barriers. CLAP along with the Sacramento Community are proposing an immediate Social Services Shuttle that low to no income neighbors can ride free. The Shuttle would navigate through key areas of Sacramento to access services and community. We need your voice to tell Sacramento Regional Transit District that there must be a Social Services Shuttle for our Sacramento community.
CLAP would love to hear from anyone who would like to support our efforts that go directly to the Sacramento people.