Contents 1 Medi-Cal 2 CalWORKS 3 CalFresh 4 State Supplementation Program 5 Healthy Families Program 6 Access for Infants and Mothers Program 7 Indigent programs 7.1 General Assistance / General Relief 7.2 County Medical Services Program / Medically Indigent Service Program 8 Public housing 9 Workforce development 10 Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS) 11 See also 12 References 13 External links

Medi-Cal[edit] The California Medical Assistance Program (Medi-Cal) is California's Medicaid program serving low-income families, seniors, persons with disabilities, children in foster care, pregnant women, and childless adults with incomes below 138% of federal poverty level. Benefits include doctor's office visits, emergency services, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance use disorder treatment, dental care (Denti-Cal), vision care, and long-term care and support.[1] Approximately 12.5 million people were enrolled in Medi-Cal as of May 2015, or about 32.4% of California's population; in Tulare County and Merced County, more than 50% of county residents were enrolled as of September 2015.[2][3]

CalWORKS[edit] The California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program is the California implementation of the federal welfare-to-work Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program that gives cash aid and services to eligible needy California families.

CalFresh[edit] CalFresh is the California implementation of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp program, which provides financial assistance for purchasing food for those in poverty in California.

State Supplementation Program[edit] The State Supplementation Program (SSP or SSI/SSP), also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, CalFresh) cash-out program, is the state supplement to the federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program and provides state funded supplemental food benefits to SSI recipients in lieu of SNAP benefits. SSI recipients in states that provide state supplements to SSI are ineligible for SNAP/CalFresh pursuant to 7 U.S.C. § 2015(g).

Healthy Families Program[edit] The California Healthy Families Program (HFP) was the California implementation of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) that provides low cost insurance that provides health, dental, and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance and do not qualify for no-cost Medi-Cal. As a result of the 2012-2013 budget deal, the HFP is being discontinued and Medi-Cal requirements were lowered so that HFP patients now qualify for Medi-Cal. Nearly 900,000 children were moved from the HFP into Medi-Cal beginning in 2013.[4]

Access for Infants and Mothers Program[edit] The Access for Infants and Mothers Program (AIM) provides low cost health insurance coverage to middle income pregnant women who don’t already have health insurance and whose income is too high to qualify for Medi-Cal.

Indigent programs[edit] Since 1933, California law has required counties to provide relief to the poor, including health care services and general assistance.[5] General Assistance / General Relief[edit] The California Welfare and Institutions Code provides that:[6] Every county and every city and county shall relieve and support all incompetent, poor, indigent persons, and those incapacitated by age, disease, or accident, lawfully resident therein, when such persons are not supported and relieved by their relatives or friends, by their own means, or by state hospitals or other state or private institutions. It has been said that the "provision of general assistance is inconsistent, fragmented, and widely differentiated", with aid ranging from $160 per month in Santa Barbara County to $360 in neighboring Ventura County.[7] In Orange County, aid was $277 per month as of July 2012 and capped at three months per 12-month period for residents deemed employable.[8] California has provided some form of general assistance since the mid-1800s, and much of the language can be traced back to the Pauper Act of 1901.[7][9][10] San Francisco Proposition N of 2002, colloquially known as Care Not Cash, was a San Francisco ballot measure sponsored by Supervisor Gavin Newsom designed to cut the money given in the General Assistance programs to homeless people in exchange for shelters and other forms of services. County Medical Services Program / Medically Indigent Service Program[edit] County indigent medical programs can be categorized as County Medical Services Program (CMSP) and Medically Indigent Service Program (MISP) counties.[11] There are 34 CMSP counties and 24 MISP counties. The CMSP county programs are largely managed by the state, whereas MISP counties manage their own programs with their own rules and regulations. Many patients from both the CMSP and MISP county programs are expected to transition to county LIHP / MCE / HCCI programs and eventually to Medi-Cal / Medicaid when the ObamaCare provisions take effect in 2014.

Public housing[edit] Further information: Public housing in the United States City- and county-based housing authorities manage the Housing Choice Voucher program for the payment of rent assistance to private landlords on behalf of low-income households, as well as overseeing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) entitlements and HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funding. Local housing authorities were created following the 1 September 1937 signing by President Franklin D. Roosevelt of the Housing Act of 1937, sometimes called the Wagner-Steagall Act, which provided for subsidies to be paid from the U.S. government to local public housing agencies (LHA's) to improve living conditions for low-income families. On 21 March 1938 Governor Frank Merriam signed multiple laws including the Housing Authorities Law and the Housing Cooperation Law that establishes a housing authority in every city and county in California, and allows for the establishment of joint powers area housing authorities.[12] The Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 signed by President Gerald Ford later amended the Housing Act of 1937 and created Section 8 housing, now known as the Housing Choice Voucher program.The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) Housing Assistance Program (HAP) acts as the local housing authority for 12 rural counties: Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, Glenn, Inyo, Modoc, Mono, Sierra, Siskiyou, Trinity, and Tuolumne. Some other examples of local and area housing authorities include the: Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (HACoLA) within the Los Angeles County Community Development Department (CDC) Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) Housing Authority of the County of San Diego (HACSD) Orange County Housing Authority (OCHA) Housing Authority of the County of Riverside (HARivCo) Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) Housing Authority of the County of Santa Clara (HACSC) San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) Housing Authority of the City of Fresno and the Housing Authority of Fresno County Housing Authority of the County of Alameda (HACA) Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Housing Authority of the City of Long Beach (HACLB) Irvine Campus Housing Authority (ICHA) of the Regents of the University of California for the campus of UC Irvine

Workforce development[edit] Workforce development programs provide a combination of education and training services to prepare individuals for work and to help them improve their prospects in the labor market. In the broadest sense, workforce development efforts include secondary and postsecondary education, on-the-job and employer-provided training, and the publicly funded system of job training and employment services. Title I of the 2014 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act authorizes programs to provide employment and training services, and establishes the "one-stop" delivery system.[13] In California, the Governor, California Workforce Development Board, Employment Development Department and local workforce development boards administer the program.[14]

Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS)[edit] The Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS) is the county-managed public assistance eligibility and enrollment system, e.g., the case management system for county eligibility staff providing CalWORKs, Welfare to Work, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Foster Care, Refugee Assistance, County Medical Services Program, and General Assistance/General Relief.[15] Counties are organized into three SAWS consortia (joint powers authorities): C-IV (C4Yourself), WCDS (CalWIN), and Los Angeles County's LEADER Replacement System (LRS).[15] LRS began deployment on February 23, 2016 and was designed and developed in collaboration with C-IV to eventually consolidate LRS and C4Yourself into a single system.[16] The California Budget Act of 1995 had required the Health and Welfare Agency Data Center (now the California Office of Systems Integration), in collaboration with the County Welfare Directors Association, to develop a plan to consolidate the systems to no more than four county consortia; ABX1 of 2011 required OSI to oversee the LRS contract and the creation of a new consortium to replace the LEADER and C-IV consortia.[17][18][19]

See also[edit] Social programs in the United States

References[edit] ^ California Department of Healthcare Services. "What are the Medi-Cal Benefits?". Retrieved 2017-05-29.  ^ California Department of Healthcare Services. "Medi-Cal Eligibles 24-Month Trend at May 2015 - Advance Counts" (PDF). Medi-Cal Statistical Brief. Retrieved 22 August 2015.  ^ California Department of Healthcare Services, Proportion of California Population Certified Eligible for Medi‐Cal By County and Age Group – September 2015 (PDF), Medi-Cal Statistical Brief, retrieved 2017-05-29  ^ Bartolone, Pauline. "Healthy Families Kids Will Move To Medi-Cal under New Budget Deal". KPBS News. California Capitol Network.  ^ "Understanding County Health Services in California: A Brief Overview". Institute for Local Government. Retrieved 2012-10-08.  ^ California Welfare and Institutions Code § 17000 ^ a b Murphy, Stacey Heneage (2008). The Politics of Benevolence: Homeless Policy in San Francisco (Ph.D.). ProQuest. pp. 122–123. OCLC 436318619.  ^ Yeung, Bernice (9 October 2012). "Orange County revamps assistance for indigent following lawsuit". California Watch.  ^ Mooney v. Pickett, 4 Cal. 3d 669 ^ California Statutes 1901, p. 636 ^ "County Programs for the Medically Indigent in California" (PDF). California HealthCare Foundation. 1 October 2009. Retrieved 20 November 2012.  ^ Health and Safety Code §§ 34200 et. seq. Health and Safety Code §§ 34500 et. seq. ^ R44252 The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and the One-Stop Delivery System (Report). Congressional Research Service. October 27, 2015.  This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain. ^ 2011-111 Federal Workforce Investment Act: More Effective State Planning and Oversight Is Necessary to Better Help California's Job Seekers Find Employment (Report). California Bureau of State Audits. March 27, 2012.  ^ a b County Welfare Directors Association. "Statewide Automated Welfare System – California's Most Successful Automation of Human Services Programs".  ^ County Welfare Directors Association. "LEADER Replacement System Deployment Begins".  ^ Budget Act of 1995, Ch. 303, Stats. 1995 ^ ABX1 16, Blumenfiel, Ch. 13, Stats. 2011 ^ "Consolidating California's Statewide Automated Welfare Systems" (PDF). California Legislative Analyst's Office. 13 February 2012. Retrieved 18 January 2013. 

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