CalWORKs. The acronym for the California Work Opportunity and 16 Responsibility to Kids Act of 1997, as described in the state of California 17 Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) Section 11200 et seq.
CalWORKs. California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Act of 1997 as described in California WIC Section 11200 et seq. CalWORKs is a program administered by County Welfare Departments and provides case management, job services, job training, and supportive services to assist CalWORKs recipients in overcoming barriers to, and obtaining and/or maintaining stable employment, with the goal of achieving economic self-sufficiency.
CalWORKs. At the point of intake or any time when circumstances change and theapplicant/ recipient could be considered a parent, or child, and would meet the eligibility requirements for CalWORKs; the applicant/recipient MUST be referred to the appropriate district office and complete an application for the CalWORKs program. If the applicant/recipient is eligible to receive CalWORKs, there is no eligibility for GA. [Refer to GA Handbook Chapter 6 -“CalWORKs Eligibility,” page 6-7.]