The program uses the evidenced-based practice of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) to help clients compete in the workforce. The IPS team consists of a clinician, employment specialist, case manager, and if needed, a psychiatrist and offers
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To access the CalWORKs program, participants must have their Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) GAIN worker refer them to services.
CalWORKs is a time-limited program that provides financial assistance to eligible needy families with (or expecting) children to help pay for housing, food, utilities, clothing, medical care, and other necessary expenses. With the passage of Welfare Reform in 1996, and later implementation of California’s CalWORKs Program in January 1998, the receipt of cash assistance in California became subject to a 24-month time limit for most adults, which begins as soon as the participant’s aid is approved. The focus of the CalWORKs Program is to remove barriers to employment.
Individual, family and/or group counseling