West Sacramento

Victor Community Support Services serves Yolo County from our offices in West Sacramento, CA. Yolo County includes the cities of Woodland, Winters, West Sacramento and Davis, and over 200,000 people call Yolo County home. Well known for agriculture and education, with UC Davis at its heart, Yolo County is also becoming a destination for wine and art lovers who want a quick getaway.

Urban Resiliency Program

Urban Resiliency Program is a part of .

Victor Community Support Services in Davis operates in partnership with Yolo County Mental Health, schools, and other public and private service agencies to serve local children and families. We strive to help young people make healthy choices that can propel them toward their dreams. Group and individual services are offered in the Woodland, Davis, and Washington School Districts as well as the alternative education programs in Yolo County. Other group and Parent Education programs are held in community settings where the children from these areas play and live. The Urban Resiliency Program utilizes a variety of Prevention and Early Intervention Programs.

We strive to help young people make healthy choices that can propel them toward their dreams.



Crossroads (NCTI)

Crossroads (NCTI) is a part of .

Since 1981, Crossroads (NCTI) has been developing offense-specific, cognitive curricula and staff development training for use in the criminal justice system. NCTI is a leader of cognitive behavior change programs. 

NCTI has developed a variety of skill-based training resources, including participant workbooks for juveniles and adults, facilitator guides and teaching aides. These training resources are organized into delivery formats that vary in intensity level and duration to more appropriately meet the needs and address the risk level of offenders, whether misdemeanants or felons.

NCTI assists criminal justice agencies in two specific areas. The first area focuses on developing and providing offense-specific curricula designed to address the learning styles of the offender population, both adult and juvenile. NCTI’s cognitive curricula uses, as its foundation, a unique philosophical approach called the "Building Blocks for Behavioral Change", that align with evidence-Based research. The second area focuses on training criminal justice professionals in a host of areas that challenge them to strengthen their skills both personally and professionally.