(FOX40.COM) — During the newscasts on FOX40, we show different groups, organizations and programs that could help you with a wide range of issues.

As part of FOX40’s commitment to inform residents from the Sacramento area and the greater region of Northern California of valuable resources, here is a list of the names, phone numbers and websites that appeared on our newscasts. 

National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month, and if you or a loved one is looking for help, below are resources from the CDC and the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration:
CDC National Recovery Month Partner Toolkit

Items to donate to groups who work with the unhoused

Shelters and aid organizations in Sacramento that help the unhoused population maintain lists of items that can be donated. While there are staples like food, water and warm clothing, there are many other items that can be donated that are probably not so obvious.
These are the items you can donate to Sacramento-area groups and shelters

Worker’s rights when working outdoors in the heat

California requires employers whose employees work outdoors to implement heat illness prevention measures. These are the rules that employers must follow when temperatures reach above a certain threshold.

Mental Health Services

Sacramento County Behavioral Health Dept. maintains a phone line that is available 24/7 for mental health crisis calls: 916-875-1055.

988 is the national 24/7 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. Dialing this phone number in the United States will connect you with free and confidential support.

Received a jury summons in Sacramento?

Here is a step-by-step guide on how the jury duty process works at Sacramento Superior Court.

This article will be regularly updated with more resources and contacts.