Programs & Services

The Greater Sacramento Urban League has an established history of empowering undeserved communities and vulnerable populations secure economic self-reliance through advocacy, services related to workforce preparation, employment assistance, education and literacy, and economic development.

Services and Resources Include:


GSUL offers free in-person and virtual classes to help you become computer savvy and grow your wealth…

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Health & Quality of Life

The Health & Quality of Life Team provides COVID-19 related information and resources to help keep you safe and healthy, as well as exercise and wellness classes to improve your overall quality of life…

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Job & Career Center

GSUL is a Sacramento Works America’s Job Center, we provide a one-stop shop for workforce services, providing a comprehensive range of no-cost employment and training services…

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Youth Empowered for Success (YES)

Youth Empowered for Success (Y.E.S.) is designed to encourage youth to discover positive pathways to education and training that lead to high demand careers…

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Housing Counseling

The Housing Counseling Center offers HUD-approved services at no cost to the general public. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for families living in the Sacramento region…

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Youth and Family Services Center

The Oak Park Youth and Family Services Center is a Community Incubator Lead for the Reduction of African American Child Deaths (RAACD.)…

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Who We Serve:

  • Out-of-school youth looking to obtain job readiness skills, employment and their high school diploma.
  • Adults seeking career preparation, job training, job placement and soft skills to enter or re-enter today’s workforce.
  • Individuals and families who need assistance with foreclosure mitigation, credit worthiness and financial counseling, first-time home-buying and down payment assistance.

Our primary service population is considered at risk for a variety of reasons; they are unemployed and underemployed, under educated and performance challenged by traditional learning environments, on public assistance or  justice involved.