The Welfare-to-Work program is the employment and training aspect of CalWORKs. Welfare-to-Work is a comprehensive statewide employment program designed to enable participants to achieve self-sufficiency through employment. The intent of the Welfare-to-Work program is to provide employment and training services to virtually all adult CalWORKs recipients. The program also provides supportive services, such as transportation, to assist individuals in meeting work requirements.
If you are an existing CalWORKs recipient, you may inquire about Welfare-to-Work by visiting one of our local offices.
See Welfare-to-Work brochures for more information on eligibility criteria and requirements.
Child Care can help families by reimbursing most or all child care expenses when the family meets the requirements of the program. Families may be responsible for paying a small portion of the Child Care expense.
You may inquire about Child Care by visiting one of our local offices.
See Child Care brochures for more information on eligibility criteria and requirements.
The Foster Care program provides financial assistance for children who are in an out-of-home placement by either a Children and Family Services (CFS) or the Probation Department. The following are also under the umbrella of the Foster Care program:
You may inquire about Foster Care by visiting one of our local offices.
See Foster Care brochures for more information.
The Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) is a state-funded program designed to provide monthly cash benefits to aged, blind and disabled non-citizens who are ineligible for SSI/SSP solely due to their immigrant status.
Individuals may apply for CAPI by calling the CAPI Unit at 909.933.5777 or by visiting one of our local offices.
See CAPI brochures for additional information on eligibility criteria and requirements.
The County General Relief (GR) program provides loan assistance to indigent individuals and families in temporary need of housing, food and/or transportation. General Relief is the only Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) program that is totally funded, as well as administered, by San Bernardino County.
You may inquire about General Relief by visiting on of our local offices.
You may complete the top portion of the General Relief application by clicking here.
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