Department of Human
Assistance - Provides temporary cash
assistance for needy families, employment services, child care
referrals and resources, transportation, and supportive
services if approved.
Resources, Inc. – On-the-Job training, employment
services, financial assistance for training, case management.
Child Support Services – Assists in modifying
child support orders, offers options for reducing arrears
balances, enforce family law judgments/divorce orders, provide
outreach to community organizations, other agencies, high
schools and adult schools.
AARP – Work
training program for those individuals 55 or older, assessment
of skills, temporary on the job training, participants work 20
hours a week and paid at least the minimum wage.
SCUSD Head Start – Part day Head Start for low
income families, party day State Preschool for families with
higher income, Home base program for families with
transportation barriers, Teen Mom program centers in Sacramento
area, home visitors, and some After School Programs available.
Sacramento Training Employment Program (STEP)
– Offers case management for WIA clients who fall under these
categories: dislocated workers, displaced homemakers, youth
18-21 whose income or parent’s income is under $6,000 in the
last six months, adults with multiple barriers to employment.
- Job posting service, customized recruitment events,
applicant screening services, job fairs, skills assessment,
business services, labor market information, customized
training programs, tax credits, on-the-job training, disability
program navigator services, job seeker services, One Stop
Career Center Services, etc.
Sacramento Works Youth
Navigator Program – Goal to expand and enhance the
access of employment and academic opportunities for youth in
transition, provides services to 90 youth ages 16-21 who reside
in Sacramento County, youth with disabilities, including
emancipating foster youth, and youth that are on probation.
Training, employment, and youth employment services (14-21
years old), promotes community self-help programs and direct
services to American Indian population, provides economic
development services, emergency food and shelter services,
childcare services, services for unemployed, underemployed and
TANF – Career development training and education
assistance, wellness and prevention through family development
courses, youth services program, life skills training, child
care assistance, resources and referral, cash assistance to
Guard – Recruitment, sign-on bonuses, educational
incentives, offers technical training that employers are
Department – California Training Benefits Program
allows eligible California Unemployment Insurance claimants who
lack competitive job skills to receive their UI benefits while
attending an approved training/retraining program, assists with
job search and registration on Cal Jobs.
Viet - Provides free employment and support
services for refugees and asylees living in Sacramento County.
Calpro – California Adult Literacy Professional
Charles A. Jones is open for in-person instruction. Most classes continue to offer hybrid instruction during summer months. Some programs may continue hybrid instruction in fall, while others will resume full in-person instruction, daily.
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