Social Services Locations

  1. CalFresh

    Formerly called food stamps, CalFresh provides eligible households with an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card that works just like a debit card and can be used at most grocery stores and farmers markets to ensure access to healthy foods.

  2. CalWORKs

    CalWORKs provides temporary financial assistance and employment focused services to families with minor children who have income and property below state maximum limits for their family size.

  3. Welfare-to-Work

    Welfare-to-Work is a program within the CalWORKs that assists families in becoming self-sufficient through employment.

  4. Medi-Cal

    The state Medi-Cal Program is administered through the county Department of Health and Human Services, Social Services Branch. Medi-Cal serves low-income individuals and families.

  5. Transportation Assistance Program

    The purpose of the program is to assist individuals and families who can be better served by relocating to a destination that provides a reconnection to family or friends or with employment opportunities that will lead to self-sufficiency.

  6. General Relief

    The General Relief Program is a county-funded general assistance program for indigent county residents that offers repayable benefits.

  7. Reporting Child Abuse

    The California Child Abuse Reporting Law, along with other state laws, provides the legal basis for action to protect children and to allow intervention by public agencies if a child is maltreated.

  8. Child Welfare Services

    Obtain information about child welfare services such as reporting child abuse, becoming a foster parent and more.

  9. In-Home Supportive Services

    In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) is a program directed by the California Department of Social Services that provides aid to blind, aged, and disabled individuals who are unable to remain safely in their own home without the aid of a care provider.

  10. Employment Training

    The Employment Training Division provides a comprehensive range of workforce preparation activities benefiting job seekers, laid-off workers, youth, incumbent workers, new entrants to the workforce, and employers.

  11. Family Services

    Learn about family services such as prenatal services, family violence prevention, and more.

  12. Foster Parent Recruitment

    Foster parents are people like you who believe that children are worthy of their best efforts - every day. Learn more about becoming a foster parent.

  13. Transition-Age Youth Programs

    Transition-Age Youth programs serve youth and young adults ages 16 to 26. Services are tailored, collaborative and based on a young person’s strengths. The goal is to create an environment where young people thrive at home, school, work and in their community.

  14. Independent Living Skills Program

    The Independent Living Skills Program is a voluntary program designed to assist youth in transitioning from the foster care system.

  15. Social Services Locations

    Find out where the Social Services locations are.