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Los Angeles County DPSS Letter To The Honorable Brad Sherman - September 2013 Los Angeles County DPSS Letter To The Honorable Brad Sherman - September 2013 Document Transcript

  • Enclosure I Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services Programs and Services Overview The Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) serves a diverse community through a variety of federal, State, and County-funded programs designed to alleviate hardship and promote health, personal responsibility, and economic independence. DPSS administers the CalWORKs, CalFresh (Food Stamps), Medi-Cal, General Relief (GR), and In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Programs, and the Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) to low-income residents of Los Angeles County through dozens of DPSS Offices and other public and non-profit agencies located across the County. The following provides a description highlighting some integral components of these programs. CalWORKs: State and federally-funded temporary cash assistance for low-income families with children and any combination of the following, as necessary:  Greater Avenues for Independence (GAIN) Program: CalWORKs applicants and participants are prepared to find and maintain employment. Eligible CalWORKs applicants are engaged during the first points of contact with DPSS, and once participating in GAIN, they are provided with case management, employment services and ongoing supportive services. In addition, participants receive assistance in resolving or clearing their Welfare-to-Work (WTW) non-compliance or pending sanction through the GAIN Sanction Home Visit Outreach Project, which employs intensive case management to identify services participants need to overcome employment barriers.  CalWORKs Housing Program: Program provides a number of services and benefits designed to assist CalWORKs homeless families, or families at risk of homelessness, to prevent eviction or move out of their current situation and into affordable permanent housing. Benefits include temporary shelter, permanent housing, moving assistance, short-term rental subsidy, assistance to prevent eviction, relocation assistance, and case management services.  CalWORKs Specialized Supportive Services: Mental health, domestic violence, and substance abuse services are provided to participants in need of services.  Supplemental Security Income Assistance Program (SSIAP): SSIAP workers provide physically and mentally disabled CalWORKs participants with assistance and advocacy support throughout the SSI application process. The goal is to obtain an early SSI approval for participants who appear to meet federal SSI eligibility criteria. MEDI-CAL: State and federally-funded program which provides medical benefits to low-income families with children and elderly/disabled individuals who are unable to afford the cost of their medical care. CalFresh (FOOD STAMPS): Federal program with the purpose of promoting and safeguarding the health and well-being of low-income households by raising their levels of nutrition and increasing their food purchasing power. IHSS: State-mandated program that provides domestic services and personal care services to eligible aged, blind and disabled individuals to allow them to remain safely in their own homes.  The intent of the program is to prevent costly institutional care, by providing basic in-home care services to consumers who cannot safely perform the services themselves. Services must be related to health or safety and cannot be authorized for “comfort.” GR: County-funded cash assistance for low-income individuals not eligible for State/federal assistance, plus the following services, as necessary:  General Relief Opportunities for Work (GROW) Program: GROW transitions employable GR participants into the labor market. Participants are assisted with activities designed to prepare them for employment, including case management, employment services and supportive services.  Supplemental Security Income Medical Advocacy Program (SSIMAP): SSIMAP workers provide physically and mentally disabled GR participants with assistance and advocacy support throughout the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) application process. The goal is to obtain an early SSI approval for participants who appear to meet federal SSI eligibility criteria.
  • 2 Updated August 1, 2013 CAPI: State-funded cash assistance provided to aged, blind, and/or disabled legal non-citizens who are categorically ineligible to Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Payment (SSI/SSP) due to their immigration status. REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (REP):  REP provides employment and training services, case management and placement services for refugees residing in the U.S. for five years or less and asylees residing in the U.S. for five years from the date they are granted asylum. Services are available to refugees aided through the CalWORKs, Refugee Cash Assistance, and GR Program, or refugees not aided through a public assistance program. EXPANDING ACCESS TO SERVICES  Customer Service Center (CSC): The CSC provides participants with a single point of contact for ease in accessing their CalWORKs, CalFresh (Food Stamps), Medi-Cal or GR case information and reporting changes through the telephone. In addition, participants have access to general case information, emergency hotlines and program hotlines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via a self-service menu.  CalFresh (Food Stamp) and Medi-Cal Outreach: CalFresh (Food Stamp) and Medi-Cal Outreach staff is stationed at various non-traditional community sites (including health clinics, food pantries, farmers’ markets, WIC sites, churches and schools) to accept and assist with CalFresh (Food Stamp) and/or Medi-Cal applications. Workers engage with the community, providing information and referrals to available resources and services.  LINKAGES Project: A Los Angeles County interdepartmental partnership that promotes service coordination for families involved in the child welfare system (Department of Children and Family Services) who are also receiving services or benefits provided by DPSS. The goal is to increase child safety and family functioning and increase the number of positive child/family outcomes.  YourBenefitsNow (YBN) Website: Los Angeles County residents can now apply on-line for CalWORKs, CalFresh (Food Stamps), or Medi-Cal at www.dpssbenefits.lacounty.gov. Participants with an existing case can also view their benefit information through the YBN website. YBN provides 24/7 easy and convenient access for new and existing clients. FRAUD PREVENTION  Income and Eligibility Verification System (IEVS): The coordinated data exchange system made available through IEVS allows workers to search and verify income and assets associated with specific identifying information for each household member, including name, social security number, and date of birth. IEVS is a valuable tool in identifying and detecting welfare fraud.  Statewide Fingerprint Imaging System (SFIS): SFIS clerks capture fingerprints and photo images during the CalWORKs or GR application process. SFIS is a valuable tool for preventing duplicate aid fraud by matching applicant’s fingerprints against those individuals known to the statewide system.  Early Fraud Prevention and Intervention Activities: Welfare Fraud Investigators take referrals for early fraud detection from eligibility staff, the Central Fraud Reporting Line, WeTip, and computer matches from fingerprints, addresses, wage and asset reports. CO-LOCATED AGENCIES OR COUNTY DEPARTMENTS  Child Care Resource and Referral: Agencies identify appropriate child care for CalWORKs families and other families depending on family size and income. Agencies serve as a resource and referral to connect families to alternative community program services.  Health Care Options: Applicants/participants receive assistance in choosing and enrolling in a health care plan.  Department of Mental Health: Mental health services are provided to CalWORKs and GR participants.  Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE): LACOE provides orientations for GROW participants.  Military and Veteran’s Affairs: Staff provides referrals and resource information. BUSINESS HOURS  Los Angeles County, DPSS offices are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  In response to Health Care Reform, our Customer Service Centers will receive phone calls on Saturdays and during extended business hours.  DPSS has a “No Wrong Door Policy” when serving the public. Participants will receive services in the office of their choice or may accept a referral to another office.
  • DPSS Caseload Characteristics Los Angeles County Totals May 2013 CalWORKs General Relief Refugee CAPI Medical Assistance Only CalFresh In-Home Supportive Services Total Aided Cases 174,575 106,490 678 5,062 761,359 549,021 183,653 Persons 422,504 107,118 776 5,657 1,755,996 1,135,966 183,653 Age of Aided Persons Under 1 17,568 1 51,085 28,120 7 1-2 44,683 100,942 79,000 105 3-5 68,949 3 150,222 127,080 542 6-12 125,573 8 313,370 244,752 3,659 13-15 43,690 8 124,775 85,192 1,905 16-17 28,226 1 82,512 53,815 1,201 18 6,866 1,844 18 3 45,855 23,603 726 19 3,336 3,060 24 1 39,865 19,474 786 20 4,079 3,214 17 3 34,441 17,247 788 21-59 78,880 92,954 583 754 553,857 413,064 44,351 60-65 580 5,769 82 567 33,314 26,421 18,157 Over 65 74 275 52 4,310 225,758 18,198 111,426 Total 422,504 107,118 776 5,657 1,755,996 1,135,966 183,653 Average Age of Aided Adults Average Age 31 39 40 71 51 37 68 Gender of Aided Persons Adult Male 16,334 70,742 385 1,949 280,437 220,150 63,615 Female 69,375 36,374 391 3,689 532,492 297,857 112,619 Children Male 168,141 16 475,932 310,448 4,940 Female 168,654 2 3 467,134 307,511 2,479 Total 422,504 107,118 776 5,657 1,755,996 1,135,966 183,653 Page 1 DPSS - Information and Statistical Services Section Enclosure II View slide
  • DPSS Caseload Characteristics Los Angeles County Totals May 2013 CalWORKs General Relief Refugee CAPI Medical Assistance Only CalFresh In-Home Supportive Services Citizenship Status of Aided Persons Citizen 404,532 99,253 1 42 1,255,138 1,046,282 N/A Legal Immigrants 17,477 7,833 775 5,601 191,259 88,847 N/A Other 495 32 14 3,088 837 N/A Undocumented Immigrants 81 4 3 306,511 41 N/A Total 422,504 107,118 776 5,657 1,755,996 1,135,966 N/A Primary Language of Aided Cases ( Blank ) Armenian 2,741 1,437 224 1,029 20,975 8,234 31,455 Cambodian 467 58 13 2,388 1,144 2,215 Chinese 356 130 34 152 25,946 3,655 14,352 English 109,574 98,881 78 374 360,490 360,828 69,354 Farsi 282 139 118 109 4,257 1,150 5,797 Korean 137 142 5 203 12,169 1,254 4,945 Other 400 83 93 126 5,247 1,212 2,886 Russian 245 107 28 188 4,496 758 7,206 Spanish 59,988 5,297 97 2,744 310,790 167,664 37,686 Tagalog 34 47 1 94 5,160 453 4,236 Vietnamese 351 169 30 9,441 2,669 3,521 Total 174,575 106,490 678 5,062 761,359 549,021 183,653 Ethnic Origin of Aided Persons ( Blank ) American Indian / Alaskan Native 315 461 1 1 1,462 1,812 385 Asian 10,744 2,510 64 680 153,856 46,480 35,409 Black 85,713 44,251 22 71 119,950 207,432 31,928 Hispanic 278,281 33,671 103 3,065 1,239,885 719,736 52,372 Other 15,357 8,888 27 197 83,143 50,164 White 32,087 17,328 559 1,643 157,663 110,251 63,559 Total 422,504 107,118 776 5,657 1,755,996 1,135,966 183,653 Page 2 DPSS - Information and Statistical Services Section View slide
  • 07/10/2013 11:47 AM DPSS Caseload Characteristics Congressional District 30 - Brad Sherman May 2013 CalWORKs General Relief Refugee CAPI Medical Assistance Only CalFresh In-Home Supportive Services Total Aided Cases 4,758 1,039 109 252 41,256 18,253 11,241 Persons 11,622 1,063 129 280 79,415 37,810 11,241 Age of Aided Persons Under 1 412 2,176 813 1-2 1,101 4,088 2,408 2 3-5 1,697 6,270 3,851 32 6-12 3,156 12,920 7,461 173 13-15 1,204 5,230 2,752 71 16-17 766 3,367 1,658 56 18 175 2 2 1,795 667 36 19 94 18 3 1,532 527 27 20 90 12 2 1,362 450 44 21-59 2,898 894 105 41 22,751 14,473 1,991 60-65 25 136 14 40 1,978 1,412 1,065 Over 65 4 1 3 199 15,946 1,338 7,744 Total 11,622 1,063 129 280 79,415 37,810 11,241 Average Age of Aided Adults Average Age 35 44 38 70 57 41 71 Gender of Aided Persons Adult Male 677 619 69 91 14,543 7,428 3,883 Female 2,334 444 60 189 26,132 11,439 7,024 Children Male 4,348 19,860 9,588 214 Female 4,263 18,880 9,355 120 Total 11,622 1,063 129 280 79,415 37,810 11,241 Page 1 DPSS - Information and Statistical Services Section Enclosure III
  • 07/10/2013 11:47 AM DPSS Caseload Characteristics Congressional District 30 - Brad Sherman May 2013 CalWORKs General Relief Refugee CAPI Medical Assistance Only CalFresh In-Home Supportive Services Citizenship Status of Aided Persons Citizen 10,443 886 2 57,652 32,841 N/A Legal Immigrants 1,159 176 129 278 11,194 4,939 N/A Other 20 1 139 30 N/A Undocumented Immigrants 10,430 N/A Total 11,622 1,063 129 280 79,415 37,810 N/A Primary Language of Aided Cases ( Blank ) Armenian 83 48 4 37 909 308 1,884 Cambodian 15 7 Chinese 1 3 184 12 96 English 3,100 851 32 24,648 11,948 3,366 Farsi 180 56 78 58 1,578 728 2,583 Korean 3 3 329 40 152 Other 30 8 17 10 608 153 438 Russian 44 12 4 28 596 165 1,174 Spanish 1,301 59 5 72 11,488 4,653 1,079 Tagalog 1 1 7 319 24 256 Vietnamese 16 4 2 582 222 206 Total 4,758 1,039 109 252 41,256 18,253 11,241 Ethnic Origin of Aided Persons ( Blank ) American Indian / Alaskan Native 16 3 68 63 22 Asian 331 40 2 23 7,524 2,159 1,206 Black 1,461 176 1 2 3,109 3,699 479 Hispanic 6,271 249 6 87 42,016 18,842 1,453 Other 526 70 2 17 5,400 1,915 White 3,016 524 118 151 21,294 11,117 8,081 Total 11,622 1,063 129 280 79,415 37,810 11,241 Page 2 DPSS - Information and Statistical Services Section
  • Enclosure IV Dec-07 May-13 Increase Change CalWORKs 349,574 422,504 72,930 20.9% General Relief 61,406 107,118 45,712 74.4% Refugee Cash Assistance 1,267 776 -491 -38.8% Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) 4,133 5,657 1,524 36.9% Medi-Cal Assistance Only 1,602,354 1,755,996 153,642 9.6% CalFresh 641,215 1,135,966 494,751 77.2% In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) 168,477 183,653 15,176 9.0% Total Number of Persons Served* 2,118,174 2,519,023 400,849 18.9% Total Number of Children (under 18) Served* 1,096,049 1,239,396 143,347 9.8% * Unduplicated Source: DPSSMART reports accessed on July 8, 2013. Source: DPSS internal reports accessed on July 8, 2013. Source: DPSS internal reports accessed on July 8, 2013. For help resolving constituent case issues, contact: Derrick Robinson, Director Government Inquiry & Response Section Phone: (562) 908-8349 Fax: (562) 463-5396 Email: DerrickRobinson@dpss.lacounty.gov For all other questions, contact: Nestor Requeno, Director Intergovernmental Relations & Multimedia Services Section Phone: (562) 908-8517 Fax: (562) 699-3671 Email: NestorRequeno@dpss.lacounty.gov Link to the 2012-13 Los Angeles Annual Report News Releases accessed July 8, 2013. http://www.lacountyannualreport.com/2012/working.html Updated August 1, 2013 Comparison Chart 152,722 5,487 174,558 Contact Information Percentage Increase Selected Data for Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services July 2006 - April 2013 CalWORKs Homeless Families Comparison of Numbers of Persons Served by Major Programs Source: California Employment Development Department January 2006 to May 2013 Selected Unemployment Rates CalWORKs Caseload and CaWORKs Homeless Families 5/13 Rates: US: 7.6%, CA: 10.7%, LA County: 9.2% The Beginning of Recession Vs. May 2013 July 2006 - April 2013 July 2006 April 2013 CalWORKs Families CalWORKs Homeless Families 12,814 14% 134% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% Los Angles County California U.S. 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 Jul‐06 Jul‐07 Jul‐08 Jul‐09 Jul‐10 Jul‐11 Jul‐12 48-Month Time Limit August 2011 Single Allocation Reduction & 4% Grant Reduction July 2009 8% Grant Reduction July 2011
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  • COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES 2013 DPSS DIRECTORY OF SERVICES Office Number DISTRICT OFFICES (CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, and General Relief) CalWORKs CalFresh Medi-Cal General Relief 05 Belvedere – 5445 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022    14 Civic Center – 813 E. Fourth Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90013*    26 Compton – 211 E. Alondra Blvd., Compton, CA 90220    06 Cudahy – 8130 S. Atlantic Ave., Cudahy, CA 90201    11 East Valley – 14545 Lanark St., Panorama City, CA 91402    04 El Monte – 3350 Aerojet Ave., El Monte, CA 91731    12 Exposition Park – 3833 S. Vermont Ave., 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90037    17 Florence – 1740 E. Gage Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90001    02 Glendale – 4680 San Fernando Rd., Glendale, CA 91204     92 Hawthorne – 12000 Hawthorne Blvd., Hawthorne, CA 90250  34 Lancaster – 349-B East Ave. K-6, Lancaster, CA 93535    67 Lancaster General – 337 East Ave. K-10, Lancaster, CA 93535   66 Lincoln Heights – 4077 N. Mission Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90032    15 Metro East – 2855 E. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90023**     13 Metro Family – 2615 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90007    38 Metro North – 2601 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90057    70 Metro Special – 2707 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90007    16 Medi-Cal Outreach – 3400 Aerojet Ave., El Monte, CA 91731   80 Medi-Cal Long Term Care – 17171 East Gale Ave., City of Industry, CA 91745  40 Norwalk – 12727 Norwalk Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650    89 Medi-Cal Mail-In – 2615 S. Grand Ave., 2nd Fl., Los Angeles, CA 90007*** 62 Paramount – 2961 E. Victoria St., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221    03 Pasadena – 955 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA 91104     36 Pomona – 2040 W. Holt Ave., Pomona, CA 91768     60 Rancho Park – 11110 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064     32 San Fernando Branch – 9188 Glenoaks Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352   20 San Gabriel Valley – 3352 Aerojet Ave., El Monte, CA 91731     51 Santa Clarita Branch – 27233 Camp Plenty Rd., Canyon Country, CA 91352    27 South Central – 10728 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90059     31 South Family – 17600 “A” Santa Fe Ave., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221    07 South Special – 17600 “B” Santa Fe Ave., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221   83 Southwest Family – 8300 South Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90044    08 Southwest Special – 1819 W. 120th St., Los Angeles, CA 90047    82 West Valley – 21415 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311    10 Wilshire Special – 2415 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90057    Notes: * This office does not provide CalFresh Only services. ** This office does not provide Medi-Cal Only or CalFresh Only services. *** Not open to the public. Office Number GAIN REGIONAL OFFICES PROVIDING CalWORKs WELFARE-TO-WORK SERVICES IV Central County, Exposition Main Office – 3833 S. Vermont Ave., 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90037 VII East San Fernando Valley – 3307 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA 91504 III San Gabriel Valley – 3216 Rosemead Blvd., El Monte, CA 91731 III-P San Gabriel Valley, Pomona Sub Office – 2255 N. Garey Ave., Pomona, CA 91767 V South County – 2959 Victoria St., Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221 V-H South County Harbor One-Stop Sub Office – 1851 N. Gaffey St., Suite F, San Pedro, CA 90731 VI Southeast County – 5460 Bandini Blvd., Bell, CA 90201 VI-B Southeast County, Belvedere Sub-Office – 5445 E. Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022 I West County – 5200 W. Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045 II West San Fernando Valley – 21415 Plummer St., Suite B, Chatsworth, CA 91311 II-P West San Fernando Valley, Palmdale Sub Office – 1050 E. Palmdale Blvd., Suite 204, Palmdale, CA 93550 II-S West San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Sub Office – 27233 Camp Plenty Rd., Canyon Country, CA 91351 Office Number IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES (IHSS) OFFICES 73 Burbank – 3307 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA 91504 01 Chatsworth – 21615 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311 35 Lancaster – 335-C East Ave. K-6, Lancaster, CA 93535 74 El Monte – 3400 Aerojet Ave., 5th Floor, El Monte, CA 91731 19 Pomona – 360 E. Mission Blvd., Pomona, CA 91766 77 Hawthorne – 12000 S. Hawthorne Blvd., “A”, Hawthorne, CA 90250 75 La Cienega – 9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., 11th Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301 47 Metro – 2707 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90007 Office Number CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTERS (CSC) CSC Phone Numbers C1 Customer Service Center # 1 – 3400 Aerojet Ave., 4th Floor, El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 569-1399 Toll Free (866) 613-3777 C2 Customer Service Center # 2 – 9800 La Cienega Blvd., 10th Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301 (310) 258-7400 C3 Customer Service Center # 3 – 9451 Corbin Ave., Northridge, CA 91324 (818) 701-8200 Office Number TOY LOAN & VOLUNTEER SERVICES SECTION TL&VS 2615 S. Grand Ave., 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90007 DPSS WEBSITES FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: DPSS: http://dpss.lacounty.gov/ On-line Office Maps: http://dpss.lacounty.gov/dpss/maps/default.cfm On-line Application for CalWORKs, CalFresh, and Medi-Cal: http://dpssbenefits.lacounty.gov/ @DPSSNews: General News, Program Data & Updates @toyloanla: Toy Loan and Volunteer Services @DPSS_CalFresh: CalFresh Program  
  • Congressman Brad Sherman OFFICE TYPE CalWORKs CalFresh Medi‐Cal General  Relief IHSSGAIN Congressional District No Directory of Services by Congressional District Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services 30 Cust. Svc. Ctr. District Offices 10 Wilshire Special – 2415 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90057 11 East Valley – 14545 Lanark St., Panorama City, CA 91402 14 Civic Center – 813 E. Fourth Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90013* 2 Glendale – 4680 San Fernando Rd., Glendale, CA 91204 32 San Fernando Branch – 9188 Glenoaks Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352 34 Lancaster – 349‐B East Ave. K‐6, Lancaster, CA 93535 38 Metro North – 2601 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90057 51 Santa Clarita Branch – 27233 Camp Plenty Rd., Canyon Country, CA 91352 60 Rancho Park – 11110 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064 82 West Valley – 21415 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311 GAIN Regional Offices I West County – 5200 W. Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045 II West San Fernando Valley – 21415 Plummer St., Suite B, Chatsworth, CA  91311 IV Central County, Exposition Main Office – 3833 S. Vermont Ave., 3rd Floor,  Los Angeles, CA 90037 VII East San Fernando Valley – 3307 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA 91504 In Home Supportive Services Offices 1 Chatsworth – 21615 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311 47 Metro – 2707 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90007 73 Burbank – 3307 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA 91504 Wednesday, June 05, 2013 * NOTE: An asterisk preceeding the office name indicates that the DPSS office is physically located in the Congressional District.  Other  offices listed serve residents of this Congressional District, although the building is located outside this Congressional District's  boundaries. For more information see www.ladpss.org or call Nestor Requeno, Director of Intergovernmental Relations, at (562) 908‐8517 * * * Enclosure VI
  • Congressman Brad Sherman OFFICE TYPE CalWORKs CalFresh Medi‐Cal General  Relief IHSSGAIN Congressional District No Directory of Services by Congressional District Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services 30 Cust. Svc. Ctr. 77 Hawthorne – 12000 S. Hawthorne Blvd., “A”, Hawthorne, CA 90250 Wednesday, June 05, 2013 * NOTE: An asterisk preceeding the office name indicates that the DPSS office is physically located in the Congressional District.  Other  offices listed serve residents of this Congressional District, although the building is located outside this Congressional District's  boundaries. For more information see www.ladpss.org or call Nestor Requeno, Director of Intergovernmental Relations, at (562) 908‐8517
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