Contra Costa County began issuing benefits to CalFresh recipients for February today — more than two weeks early — due to the federal government shutdown. The U.S. Department of Agriculture… Continue Reading The Richmond Standard: CalFresh recipients receive benefits early due to federal shutdown
East Bay Employers Learn Benefits Of Hiring Former Inmates The Fair Chance Summit in Contra Costa County helps employers connect with qualified job-seekers who are former inmates turning their lives… Continue Reading CBS 5 – Fair Chance Employer Summit
CBS 5 coverage included the Contra Costa Alliance to End Abuse. Caylin Patterson provided comment about human trafficking in Contra Costa County in relation to the high-profile story “My Family’s… Continue Reading CBS 5: Bay Area Woman Remembers Modern-Day Slave
Assistant Policy & Planning Director Devorah Levine’s opinion piece about domestic violence as a community issue appeared in the East Bay Times as a “My Word” commentary.
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KTVU) – Contra Costa County recently received $3.4 million from a federal grant to fund its Early Head Start program. But county officials say they still… Continue Reading KTVU Fox 2: Bittersweet victory for Contra Costa Co. Head Start program
NBC Bay Area ran a story by reporter Gillian Edevane about the rise of elder abuse cases in Contra Costa County, including quotes from EHSD Director Kathy Gallagher and Aging… Continue Reading NBCBayArea.com: Elder Abuse Cases Skyrocket in Contra Costa County
Coverage of the student intern program in EHSD’s Community Services Bureau ran in the Martinez News-Gazette .