Workforce Services The WIA program can help you find a job or train for a new career.

If you think you qualify for this program, or for more information, contact the Smart Center.

Government Services USA.gov The U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal for government services and information.GovBenefits Are there government benefit programs available to help you? Check this website to find the benefits you may be eligible to receive.

Self-employment Resources For information, services, and support, see Resources for Entrepreneurs
Family Resources For local information on quality child care, getting and paying for health care, parenting issues, healthy living, and handling finances:

Healthy Families Healthy Families is a low cost insurance for children and teens, providing health, dental and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance and do not qualify for free Medi-Cal.Certified Application Assistants can help you complete the application form.Click here to find someone in your area.
Disability Resources U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy
Other Resources
California We Connect You – Designed to help working families become more financially secure.
Federal Web Connector – Find savings for your groceries, utilities, insurance, taxes, and more.
Smart Partner Agencies – A variety of servicesWhere can you go to use a computer? Come in to the Smart Center, or check this list for other resources. Shasta Homeless Continuum of CareAn excellent resource and referral guide for low income and the homeless in Shasta County. FaithWORKS!Sometimes people have a crisis that must be resolved before they can begin working towards goals such as education, training, or a good job. FaithWORKS! can help.
Trinity County Trinity County Departments and Agencies ListTrinity County Health and Human Services InformationTrinity County Behavioral Health Crisis assessment and referral to other services -all persons are eligible.Human Response Network Advocacy, education, and programs that promote personal empowerment, peaceful coexistence, mutual respect, and access to needed services.
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