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Road to Independence

STEAC helps low-income Yolo County residents overcome the barriers to becoming employed.

Legal Documents and Family Expenses

Yolo County residents facing a financial emergency can receive financial help to pay for legal documents/licenses and for other types of approved expenses.


STEAC provides financial assistance to students living in Yolo County and are attending a local community college so that they can purchase their textbooks at the start of each semester.

Forklift Operator Training

STEAC can provide financial assistance to Yolo County residents to help cover the cost for individuals to train to earn a Forklift Operator Certificate. 

Food Handler & Food Manager Certification

STEAC provides assistance to Yolo County residents to train to earn a Food Handler or Food Manager Certificate.


In partnership with local consignment stores, Yolo County residents can receive a voucher to purchase interview/work clothes or seasonal clothes for themselves and/or their household. 

bus passes were provided to individuals in need
families received assistance with legal documents
low income community college students received textbook grants

* fiscal year 2020 – 2021

How can you help?

  • Donate money to STEAC online or by sending a check in the mail. A $35 donation pays for a driver’s license or a birth certificate.
  • Join over 570 volunteer donors who contribute food every two months through the STEAC Food Project.
  • Join our community partners like: Boy and Girl Scouts, Postal Workers, Davis Realtors, schools and religious organizations during their food drives, or sponsor a food drive.
  • Join our volunteers who staff and support the STEAC Food Pantry, food drives and our office work.

Ready to make a difference?

Fill out our volunteer form or call 530-758-8435 for the STEAC office
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