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This list offers a sample of the resources available for information that may impact families receiving welfare.
All-County Letters by Year from the California Department of Social Services
California Budget Project serves as a resource for those seeking information and analysis of a range of state policy issues.
California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), CalWORKs provides funding and leadership for community college CalWORKs Programs.
California State and Local Government information
Center for Law and Social Policy strengthens public policy for low-income families.
Legal Services of Northern California provides legal advocacy, education, outreach and informational hotlines to help people and community groups.
LIFETIME seeks to empower low-income parents to determine, pursue and achieve their goals for education, employment and economic self-sufficiency.
Marin County Health and Human Services/CalWORKs is Marin County’s welfare-to-work program.
MDRC is a social policy research organization dedicated to learning what works to improve the well being of low-income people.
Sonoma County Human Services Department/SonomaWORKS is Sonoma County’s welfare-to-work program.
Voter registration can provide TANF recipients with the opportunity to have their voices heard about legislation and elections that will impact their lives.
Western Center on Law & Poverty advances and enforces the rights of low-income Californians in health, housing and public assistance by working statewide for systemic change.
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges