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Resources and Referrals for any type of financial assistance. For example; income loss assistance, disability insurance, and food assistance.
Resources and Referral Information for renters and tenants.
Resources and Referral Networking for job seekers and job accommodations for employers.
Explore your and your child(ren)'s rights by resources, referrals and information in the education system.
If you are out of work or have had your hours reduced, you may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits.
The California State Disability Insurance (SDI) program provides short-term Disability Insurance (DI) and Paid Family Leave (PFL) wage replacement benefits to eligible workers who need time off work.
You may be eligible for DI if you are unable to work due to non-work-related illness or injury, pregnancy, or childbirth.
Hunger can affect people from all walks of life. Millions of people in America are just one job loss, missed paycheck, or medical emergency away from hunger.
One-stop center to apply for rental assistance programs in California
State or Federal funded program that offers a variety of home energy assistance for those in need.
If you cannot afford to pay your bill at this time, there are assistance programs and payment options available to help. Call Customer Service to discuss at (951) 782-0330.
Individuals and families living in homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness can find support through our department and partnering agencies.
Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health offers Home Connect and can assist anyone experiencing homelessness or at risk of losing their home. If you need help, just call (800) 498-8847.
The Housing Practice Group’s mission is multi-faceted. The group’s goal is to preserve housing for our clients. The team’s focus is to fight evictions, foreclosures, and unfair termination from programs such as Section 8. The housing team also provides legal advice and education on several other tenant and landlord issues.
The Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Inc. (FHCRC) offers services to both landlords and tenants in an effort to resolve disputes arising from the individual’s tenancy. FHCRC receives complaints, investigates them, and then attempts to mediate the dispute between the landlord and tenant.
If you are experiencing homelessness and need housing, help is available through Home Connect. Call 1-800-498-8847 to connect with a staff member from an agency in Riverside County who can help you start the process to secure housing.
If you are experiencing homelessness, hotel/motel vouchers can help. We provide hotel/motel vouchers to individuals who are receiving cash aid through CalWORKs for up to 30 days.
The Riverside County Housing, Homeless Prevention and Workforce Solutions offers several assistance programs that address the needs of seniors, mobile home tenants and low-income homeowners.
GLAD-EDD can assist deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and deaf disabled individuals looking for work. Employers seeking information about supporting their employees may also contact CODIE.
The goal of Pathway to Success Program (PTS) is to improve your communication skills with your current & future co-workers/boss, reading and writing skills, and employment preparation.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing services provide a wide range of vocational rehabilitation services to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened and deaf-blind. The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Counselors are qualified as being proficient in American Sign Language (ASL) to ensure direct communication access with consumers who use ASL as their primary mode of communication. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Counselors are located in most offices throughout the State.
CODIE’s Family Outreach Advocates work with deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and deaf disabled youth, plus their parents and/or legal guardians, to create positive outcomes and ensure a higher quality of life and support youth and their parents/legal guardians during interactions with schools and other organizations.
You and your family are starting on what might be an unexpected, but exciting journey, with your child who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing. With our resources, mentoring, and coaching we will support you so that your child has the earliest possible access to language development and communication.
We take in resources and information requests through phone, email and in person.