Synonyms for calworks or Related words with calworks

calfresh              tanf              centrelink              afdc              americorps              liheap              kidpower              tricare              antipoverty              emtala              tenncare              philhealth              volunteerism              postsecondary              newstart              checkoff              badgercare              nrega              microenterprise              sfmnp              hubzone              cbtpa              mohfw              prwora              ecoauto              reemployment              foodbank              homeownership              fmla              wwami              aarp              easterseals              calfed              scsep              mhsa              noncredit              lihp              eqca              fehbp              gfoat              bracero              sbdc              abilityone              owcp              ecoenergy              tcleose              jcetp              egtrra              childcare              afterschool             



Examples of "calworks"
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In 2011, Governor Jerry Brown signed Jones’ bill, AB 959, into law. The new law will “streamline the CalWORKs process for recipients and counties throughout California.”
The Social Services Agency (SSA) administers multiple California welfare programs within the county, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs (TANF), and general assistance.
The Department of Social Services (DSS) administers multiple California welfare programs within the county, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), and general assistance.
The California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program is the California welfare implementation of the federal welfare-to-work Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program that gives cash aid and services to eligible needy California families.
The Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) provides health and social services such as those county-administered programs related to welfare in California, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs, and the Low Income Health Program (Obamacare).
The Community Services Agency (CSA) administers multiple California welfare programs within the county, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), a Medically Indigent Service Program (MISP), and a Low Income Health Program (Obamacare).
The Human Services Agency (HSA) administers multiple California welfare programs within the county, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), a Medically Indigent Service Program (MISP), and a Low Income Health Program (Obamacare).
This complex of buildings houses the admissions and records, counseling, student services, financial aid, career center, cashier, disability services, CalWORKs, EOPS, and the Continuing Education offices. Public Safety is also located in this complex.
The Department of Human Assistance (DHA) administers multiple California welfare programs within Sacramento County, including Medi-Cal, CalFresh, CalWORKs, general assistance, a Medically Indigent Service Program (MISP), and recently a Low Income Health Program (LIHP) Medicaid Coverage Expansion (MCE) program.
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (LAC/PCC) - Additional assistance for EOPS students who are single parents, head of household, have at least one child 13 years of age or younger and are participating in CalWORKs or GAIN.
As part of a CalWORKs collaborative, the college has developed training programs for those affected by welfare reform legislation. The college hosts the Center for International Trade Development which provides counseling and international economic development services to local small businesses.
The California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program is the California implementation of the federal welfare-to-work Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program that gives cash aid and services to eligible needy California families.
In Los Angeles County, the county Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) administers CalWORKs. It has a caseload larger than any other jurisdiction except the States of California and New York and an annual budget of over $3 billion.
Bet Tzedek represents clients on a range of state and federal government benefits, including Social Security, Medi-Cal, Medicare, SSI/SSDI (Disability), in-home supportive services, veterans' benefits, CalWORKS, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps), WIC, and Adoption Assistance, KinGAP. Bet Tzedek represents clients in appeals, helps clients to apply for benefits, and identifies appropriate programs.
The Department of Health and Social Services (HSS) administers multiple California welfare programs within the county, such as Medi-Cal (Medicaid), CalFresh (food stamps), CalWORKs (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), and a California Medical Service Program (CMSP) and its Low Income Health Program (Obamacare).
She is the host and producer of "Bookmark with Maria Hall-Brown", a news magazine featuring interviews with book authors, and a producer and occasional correspondent on KOCE's "Real Orange" newscast. Hall-Brown was a producer for "Calworks: Steps Towards Success", which was nominated for a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award in 2003. She was awarded a Golden Mike Award by the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California in 2007.
The Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS) is the county-managed public assistance eligibility and enrollment system, e.g., the case management system for county eligibility staff providing CalWORKs, Welfare to Work, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Foster Care, Refugee Assistance, County Medical Services Program, and General Assistance/General Relief. Counties are organized into three SAWS consortia (joint powers authorities): C-IV (C4Yourself), WCDS (CalWIN), and Los Angels County's LEADER Replacement System (LRS).
The Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS) is the county-managed public assistance eligibility and enrollment system, e.g., the case management system for county eligibility staff providing CalWORKs, Welfare to Work, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Foster Care, Refugee Assistance, County Medical Services Program, and General Assistance/General Relief. Counties are organized into three SAWS consortia (joint powers authorities): C-IV (C4Yourself), WCDS (CalWIN), and Los Angeles County's LEADER Replacement System (LRS).
CalWIN is an online, real-time computer program that supports the administration of welfare in California. These include CalWORKs (TANF), CalFresh (food stamps), Medi-Cal (Medicaid), General Assistance/General Assistance, Foster Care, and case management functions for employment services. It facilitates accounting and management reports, interfaces with the California state government, and satisfies the US federal mandate for the Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS). It is managed by the Welfare Client Data System Consortium joint powers authority (WCDS).