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CalWORKs : Resources


Out of concern for the health of our students, staff, and faculty, the CalWORKs Office will remain closed until further notice. There are still many ways to get in contact with us! Use the virtual window located below. The window will be open during our regular office hours. You will be able to live/video chat with a LAMC CalWORKs staff member during these times. Thank you for your understanding and continue to stay safe!
Video chat on Cranium Cafe with CalWORKs Counter

Click HERE for steps on how to access online services through Cranium Cafe! 
Click HERE for steps in Spanish. 

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Click the links below

A Guide for Children (The Germ called the Coronovirus) 
COVID-19 Children's Book - English 
COVID-19 Children's Book - Spanish 

California Resource Guide 
The California Resource Guide is a summary, and your instant connection, to the state's top resources offering basic human and health-related services. The majority of these resources are reserved for people with low incomes due to unemployment or high debt, but even if you're just trying to cut down on expenses, this Guide will be a valuable tool to help you and your family make ends meet.
Click HERE for details. 

Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) 
The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) cultivates child, family and community well-being. (childcare options) 
Click HERE for details. 

Child & Family Guidance Center 
CFGC provides innovative mental health services, prevention and early intervention programs to children and families in the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys. We also provide services at school sites, in clients’ homes, and in collaboration with many social service agencies.
Click HERE for details. 

Department of Child & Family Services 
The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services promotes child safety and well-being by partnering with communities to strengthen families, keeping children at home whenever possible, and connecting them with stable, loving homes in times of need.
Click HERE for details. 

Department of Public Social Services
DPSS is one of 36 County departments and serves over 10 million residents in a county larger in population than 42 states, encompassing 88 cities. DPSS is the second largest County department in Los Angeles County and the largest social service agency in the United States. (supportive service options)
Click HERE for details. 

El Centro de Amistad (The Friendship Center) 
El Centro de Amistad, Inc., is a multilingual, cross cultural organization providing a comprehensive range of mental health services, anticipating the ever-changing needs of families and individuals in the San Fernando Valley.  El Centro de Amistad, Inc. is committed to assisting children, adults and families.
Click HERE for details. 

Los Angeles Mission College Resource Guide 
Inside this booklet, you will find important campus resources to help you be a successful student. You will have immediate access to phone numbers, office hours and other helpful information about LAMC. 
Click HERE for details. 

Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County
Neighborhood Legal Services is a steadfast advocate for individuals, families and communities throughout Los Angeles County. Through a combination of individual representation, high impact litigation and public policy advocacy, NLSLA combats the immediate and long-lasting effects of poverty and expands access to health, opportunity, and justice in Los Angeles’ diverse neighborhoods.
Click HERE for details. 

The People's Guide
Published since the late 1970s, the Peoples Guide has become the standard guidebook of public social services for people working in the field, people in need of help, and those just helping their neighbors.

Western Center on Law & Poverty 
Through the lens of economic and racial justice, Western Center on Law & Poverty fights in courts, cities, counties, and in the Capitol to secure housing, health care and a strong safety net for low-income Californians.
Click HERE for details. 

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Angela Aghajanian
Program Director
(818) 364-7759

Sally Ibarra
Academic Counselor

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Program Technician
(818) 833-3511

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Presenter / Trainer
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