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EHSD Breaking news and media coverage
In the Media
NBC Bay Area: Child Abuse Reports Plummeted During Pandemic, And That’s Not A Good ThingMay 29, 2020
NBC Bay Area: County’s Low-cost Child Care for Essential WorkersMay 1, 2020
CalFresh Benefits Increase by up to 21%October 11, 2021
2020 Tax Filing Deadline is October 15 for Child Tax CreditSeptember 10, 2021
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We understand that finding and accessing services for yourself or a loved one in need is not always easy. To help with this process, we’ve compiled a list of commonly asked questions and answers.
Contact information for some of our partners.
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The Independent Living Skills Program provides services to youth still in care between the ages of 16 through 19.
HICAP is the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program for those who are eligible for Medicare and who live in California.
The Community Services Bureau operates several programs designed to help low-income people cope with the financial burden of high energy bills.
Vestia, Inc. is the umbrella that covers many programs and services for the people of Contra Costa County, who are having "rainy" days in their lives.
Get more information on Contra Costa County's Zero Tolerance for Domestic Violence initiative.
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