CalWORKs Case Management

There are 12 programs in the CalWORKs Case Management Category.

CalWORKs Behavioral Wellness
Eligibility: Must be current participant in the CalWORKs program. Must have case manager referral, keeping in mind this can be obtained after client contacts HSA.
Fees: None

Behavioral Wellness is a program designed for CalWORKs participants only. It provides participants with mental health assessments, individual or group counseling, support group, anger management and conflict resolution, and substance abuse counseling. Behavioral Wellness was designed to assist participants address issues that serve as barriers to employment and/or training and self-sufficiency.

Central Valley Low-Income Housing Corporation (CoC Rapid Re-Housing)
Eligibility: Basic eligibility: households must be homeless under Category 1 or Category 4 as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and have a child younger than 18 years old as part of t...
Fees: None

Continuum of Care (CoC) Rapid Re-Housing is a federally funded temporary rental assistance program (normally not exceeding twelve months) for qualified homeless families that are living in a shelter, living on the streets, or receiving one-time homeless assistance from the Human Services Agency. Families can receive rent and deposit assistance, according to documented need of the household; continuing eligibility is reviewed at least every three months. The head of household must also participat...

El Concilio (CalWORKs Program)
Eligibility: CalWORKs participants are assigned to El Concilio by the Human Services Agency.
Fees: None

El Concilio (Council for the Spanish Speaking) is one of the contracted case management agencies for the CalWORKs program. Located at three sites throughout San Joaquin County, El Concilio provides case management services to CalWORKs participants that include, but are not limited to, referrals to community agencies, supportive services like child care, transportation, book vouchers, etc.CalWORKs Case Management sites:1330 South Ham Lane, Lodi (209) 370-63001215 West Center Street, Suite 105 Ma...

Family Resource and Referral Center
Eligibility: Residents of San Joaquin County.
Fees: Sliding scale for subsized child care.

Family Resource and Referral Center is a non-profit, child care resource and referral organization providing direct services, information, training and advocacy to enhance child care and family well being in San Joaquin County. Services include:Child care assistanceChild care referrals First 5 ProgramsHead Start EnrollmentInformation and training for individuals interested in becoming licensed family child care providersWorkshops and trainings are available on a range of topicsResource Lending ...

Family Resource and Referral Center (CalWORKs Case Management)
Eligibility: Must be a CalWORKs participant.
Fees: None

Contracted by the San Joaquin County Human Services Agency, FRRC provides case management services to CalWORKs participants. Supportive services such as child care, transportation and cost of books are offered to clients in order to participate in required activities. Clients are assisted in the process of becoming self-sufficient.

Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce (Stockton Chamber Apprenticeship Program (SCAP-SE))
Eligibility: Must be an eligible CalWORKs participant.
Fees: None

Stockton Chamber Apprenticeship Program (SCAP-SE) initiative was designed by the business community to allow for an equitable solution to place CalWORKs clients into the San Joaquin County workforce. SCAP-SE can assist San Joaquin County businesses fill part-time and full-time entry level positions. When hiring through SCAP-SE, businesses can reduce human resource costs by interviewing candidates pre-screened for employment readiness, reduce payroll and benefit costs by evaluating an...

San Joaquin County Human Services Agency
Eligibility: Programs are funded by the state and federal governments and eligibility is based upon their guidelines.
Fees: None

San Joaquin County Human Services Agency is the community's provider of those services essential to the well-being of county residents. While all of the programs are locally administered, most are federally and/or state-funded. Their mission is to lead in the creation and delivery of services that improve the quality of life for the community. Human Services Agency provides a variety of programs and services locally. These programs include: CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Aging and Adult Servi...

San Joaquin County Human Services Agency (CalWORKs Employment Services)
Eligibility: Clients receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) benefits.
Fees: None

CalWORKs Employment Services is responsible for the administration and delivery of services to families receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) benefits. These services include: payment of supportive services; case management; employment and training; behavioral wellness; substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and treatment; job placement and retention assistance; purchase of books; uniforms, tools and clothing needed to obtain/retain employment; transportation assista...

San Joaquin County WorkNet (CalWORKs Program Employment Preparation Division)
Eligibility: Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) clients who are enrolled in a CalWORKs activity can be referred to Work Experience or Community Service.
Fees: None

WorkNet Employment Preparation Division provides the Work Experience and Community Service activities to clients referred through the CalWORKs Program of the Human Services Agency.Note: During the summer, WorkNet may also be contracted by Human Services Agency to run a Summer Youth Employment and Training Program. Outreach is conducted county-wide to promote this program to all TANF households.

San Joaquin Delta College (CalWORKs)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College and receiving TANF/cash aid assistance from the Human Services Agency (HSA).
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College CalWORKs program’s mission is to assist students in achieving their educational and career goals. The following is a description of the services they offer:Intake: assist students with an Application for Admissions, Fee Waiver form and Financial Aid ApplicationNeeds Assessment: provide initial and on-going referrals. Students are given the most current edition of this Resource Directory. A Tools to Succeed Workshop Series is also offeredAcademic Advising: CalWORKs st...

San Joaquin Delta College (CalWORKs Assessment)
Eligibility: Must be a San Joaquin County CalWORKs participant and be referred by a CalWORKs case manager.
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College CalWORKs Assessment is contracted by the San Joaquin County Human Services Agency to conduct assessments of individuals receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and participating in the San Joaquin County CalWORKs Program. The assessments help determine an individual's career interests, skills, cognitive abilities and facilitate his or her career and job planning.

Wellness WORKs! (Work Wellness: The Basics)
Eligibility: San Joaquin County CalWORKs participants. Must be referred by a CalWORKs Employment and Training Specialist (case manager).
Fees: None

Wellness WORKs! is a center that provides wellness classes and activities to the San Joaquin County CalWORKs population. The Wellness WORKs! program teaches participants the tools needed to become a healthier and productive person in both the home and the workplace.The One-Week program may be used for CalWORKs participants that have been identified by their case managers as having the following barriers or needs:Frequent job losses (quits and firings) or excuses for not participating Prerequisit...