Community Services and Workforce Development
In order to reduce poverty in its community, a Community Action Agency works to better focus available local, state, private, and federal resources to assist low-income individuals and families to acquire useful skills and knowledge, gain access to new opportunities, and achieve economic self-sufficiency. [Read More…]
Mission: The CAB will assist our vulnerable populations with resources to obtain skills, knowledge and opportunities towards self-sufficiency.
Vision: Ending Poverty by Empowering People
Seeking Requests for Proposals for Homeless Video:
Introduction: San Benito County Community Action Board in California is soliciting proposals for companies/firms to provide marketing services for the production of a 4-7 minute video on homelessness in San Benito County. The San Benito County Community Action Agency (CAA) is a public organization that was created by the federal government in 1964 to combat poverty in geographically designated areas throughout the United States. The CAA has a tripartite board structure named Community Action Board that is designated to promote the participation of the entire community in the reduction or elimination of poverty. The San Benito County Community Action Board provides a variety of services intended for the low-income community including homeless services, tax preparation services, utility assistance, rental assistance, housing services, workforce development, transportation assistance, etc. DUE DATE: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. local time. Click here for Request for Proposal.
The San Benito County America’s Job Center of California provides many services designed to help workers in any phase of their job search. Basic employment services are offered free of charge, and include information about job openings and filing for unemployment benefits, job search workshops, resume information and assistance. [Read More…]
The Hollister Migrant Center has been open to working agricultural families since the 1970’s. The units were remodeled in 1996. The Hollister Migrant Center is home to 67 migrant families from June-November of each year. There are 60 Two-Bedroom units and 7 Three-Bedroom units. [Read More…]
The mission of the Public Authority is to enhance the availability and quality of IHSS and personal assistance services. To give consumers and providers a voice in IHSS and Public Authority policy, program development and operations, to provide consumers with access to providers who meet consumers’ service needs and to provide services that support a positive and productive relationship between consumer, provider and IHSS Social Worker. [Read More…]
Community Service and Workforce Development Division
Fax: (831) 637-0254
TDD/TTY: (831) 637-3265
Mon-Fri 8AM – 5PM