JOIN Los Angeles County’s first ever YOUTH CLIMATE COMMISSION!
The Youth Climate Commission, coordinated by the Chief Sustainability Office (CSO), will make recommendations, offer ideas, and provide input to the Board of Supervisors on the County’s climate-related goals, plans, actions, policies and initiatives. The County is committed to an inclusive recruitment process and invites young adult leaders from all backgrounds and communities to apply.
ELIGIBILITY • Los Angeles County resident • Identify as a young adult aged 18 years or older
Senator Sydney Kamlager’s office is proud to partner with the California Mortgage Relief Program and CalHFA (CA Housing Finance Agency) to provide an informational webinar about assistance available to homeowners struggling with their housing payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you and/or the folks in your network/organization—particularly the West Adams NC attendees and members—can join us to learn more about this program on Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 beginning at 6:00PM.
Please note, questions will need to be submitted in advance and can be entered in the Questions and Comments section on the webinar registration form. Here is the link to register.
Please share far and wide across Senate District 30.
Naomi Riley District Representative Office of Senator Sydney K. Kamlager| 30th District (213) 745-6656 – District Office
On behalf of Controller Ron Galperin, the Community Engagement team is proud to share our office’s updated Free Food in California map!Please click here to learn more about how this essential resource came to be.
L.A. Controller Ron Galperin just released this new statewide map of free food resources available to Californians. This is the only resource of its kind in California and shows more than 1,400 food banks, food pantries, emergency distribution centers, and other community resources providing free access to food across the state.
How to use the Free Food in California Map: Users can find resources by typing their address into the search bar and choosing a search radius, or by clicking on a location near them on the map. Each dot on the map indicates the location of a separate resource site.
Users can click on a dot to view additional information including the name, address, and contact information. We recommend that anyone seeking assistance contact prospective sites before visiting to confirm hours and eligibility. Some locations may request that community members bring photo identification or other supporting documents when they visit.
Please reach out if you have any questions or feedback on the maps. Thank you as always for your engagement with the Controller’s office!
As an esteemed community partner uplifting our most vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 crisis, you have been selected to participate in a virtual community meeting hosted by Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Social Services (DPSS).
We invite you to join us at 1 p.m. on May 25 for a free overview presentation of DPSS’s programs. As the country’s largest public social services agency, DPSS administers CalFresh, Medi-Cal, General Relief, and welfare-to-work programs.
You can join our May 25 virtual meeting by clicking this link Microsoft Teams Meeting or by dialing 323-776-6996, with phone conference ID: 349 947 205#. If you require an accommodation to participate, please contact Rosa Santana at 562-908-8381 or RosaSantana@dpss.lacounty.gov by May 19.
Please join us to learn more about BenefitsCal, a new site where Californians can apply for CalFresh, Medi-Cal, and other forms of public assistance. For more information, visit: https://benefitscal.com/.
Rosa María Santana Department of Public Social Services Bureau of Special Operations Communications Section 12860 Crossroads Parkway South City of Industry, CA 91746 Cell: (213) 218-7386 Office: (562) 908-8381 Email: RosaSantana@dpss.lacounty.gov