Some of the activities in which clients participate include:
CalWORKs Employment Services will help clients with supportive services in order to allow them to participate in a self-sufficiency activity. Supportive services include:
- Child Care: If child care is necessary for a client to get a job or participate in other CalWORKs Employment Services activities, child care payments can be made for children under 13 who are in the client's CalWORKs case.
- Transportation: The County will pay up to a certain amount for travel to and from the self-sufficiency activity and travel to and from the child care location.
- Work or Training Related Expenses: Payments for books, tools, and special clothing can also be made if it is necessary for a client to participate in assigned activities.
Ancillary Services: Counseling and treatment services are available to clients in the areas of domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental health. Also included are tattoo removal and conviction record expunge.