Santa Cruz Public Libraries'
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc.|
|Address:||406 Main Street, Suite 207|
Watsonville, CA 95076
|Description:||Monday-Friday 9am to Noon; 1 to 5pm
For specific services, please review CAB's Programs below and their individual contact phone numbers. The Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc., operates seven programs to assist low-income people to move out of poverty.
FUNDING SOURCE: Federal, State and local governmental jurisdictions (County of Santa Cruz, Cities of Santa Cruz, Capitola and Watsonville), private foundations, donations and fundraising efforts.
|Mission:||The mission of the Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc., (CAB) is to advocate for, coordinate and administer community programs to combat poverty and the causes of poverty in Santa Cruz County.|
Day Worker Center of Santa Cruz County
2261 7th Ave., Santa Cruz
Normal business hours:
Call during these hours to speak to a live person.
If you have a hiring request, please use the Hire A Worker Form on our website.
The Day Worker Center of Santa Cruz County supports the day laborer population and contributes to our community in many ways. Besides providing a location for potential employers to reach workers either via phone or email during Center hours of operation, the Center reaches out to day workers who would normally be soliciting work on the streets and informs them about the Center's services.
The CalWORKs Emergency Payment Program:
Provides emergency payments for services that enable CalWORKS participants to retain their employment or continue their education.
763-2147 x260; email@example.com
The Community Restoration Project:
Operates youth weekend work crews as an alternative to detention, follow-up job/mentoring programs, after school and weekend supervised work preparedness and job readiness workshops for at-risk youth. 724-4771; CRP@CABinc.org
The Davenport Resource Service Center:
Operates a multi-service community center, providing outreach, transportation, information & referral, translation, form completion, and food distribution services to the Davenport North Coast area. 425-8115; firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides reentry services including case management, therapy, education, job readiness, and transitional housing for women reintegrating into the community after incarceration. 457-4560;Gemma@CABinc.org
The Santa Cruz County Immigration Project (SCCIP):
Provides immigration legal services including naturalization, appeals, waivers, information & referral and community education & advocacy for persons legalizing under IRCA & related immigration programs. 724-5667; SCCIP@CABinc.org
The Shelter Project:
Operates services for homeless people or to avoid homelessness, motel vouchers for emergency medical situations, rent assistance to avoid eviction, voice mail, information on services for homeless and shelterless people, and a countywide resource guide. 457-5741; TSP@cabinc.org
Women Ventures Project:
Provides job training, placement and retention assistance, along with comprehensive case management services for low-income women to enter and retain higher wage "non-traditional" employment. 724-0206; WVP@CABinc.org
|Publications:||Homeless Resource Guide online|
|Languages other than English:||Spanish|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Wheelchair Access|
|Public Transportation:||Call for information|
|Areas Served:||Monterey County|
Santa Cruz County
|Funding Source:||See Description Notes|
|Child Agencies:||Davenport Resource Service Center|
Santa Cruz County Immigration Project
The Shelter Project
Women Ventures Project
Citizenship Test Preparation
Environmental Protection and Improvement
Homeless Advocacy Groups
Immigrant Labor Certification Adjudication
Immigrant Labor Certification Filing Assistance
Immigrant Rights Groups
Immigrant Visa Application Adjudication
Immigration/Naturalization Legal Services
Information and Referral
Job Finding Assistance
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
Rental Deposit Assistance
Tax Preparation Assistance
Temporary Financial Aid
|This record last modified April 5, 2013|