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WtW Workshop - San Francisco, California

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The WtW Workshop in San Francisco, California was held on April 16, 2002 and hosted nearly 50 participants. This page includes resources on employment, WtW program basics, and the FSS program, all of which were collected from participants of this workshop.

Employment

CalWORKS Fact Sheet (contributed by CalWORKS, California's TANF Agency): This document provides a succinct description of the CalWORKS program, its approach, and how it operates. (Adobe PDF, 3 pages)

FSS Resources

FSS Brochure -- Fresno (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): All Fresno WtW families participate in the FSS program. This is the information they are initially provided. (Adobe PDF, 2 pages)

FSS Brochure -- Sacramento (contributed by the Housing Authority of Sacramento): This is a descriptive brochure for families considering participation in the FSS program. (Adobe PDF, 2 pages)

FSS Handbook Certification (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): Fresno uses this form to document that participants have attended the FSS orientation, received the handbook, and understand the program and its terms. (Adobe PDF, 1 page)

FSS Participant Handbook (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): This handbook is written and formatted to make it easy for participants to understand the FSS program and how they will be working to gain self-sufficiency. (Adobe PDF, 17 pages)

FSS Orientation Assignment (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): This is the "assignment" given to all FSS participants following the orientation. Participants are asked to develop a personal goal and background summary. (Adobe PDF, 2 pages)

WtW Program Basics

Family Profile Form (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): This form is used for gathering basic information about each family applying for Section 8. (Adobe PDF, 5 pages)

Welfare to Work program brochure (contributed by Housing Authorities of the City and County of Fresno): Fresno has successfully used this brochure in recruiting families for the Welfare to Work housing voucher program. (Adobe PDF, 2 pages)

Intake Checklist (contributed by the Housing Authority of Santa Clara and San Jose): This checklist is used for client intake when staff first interviews new voucher holders. (Adobe PDF, 3 pages)

Summary of President Bush welfare proposals (contributed by CalWORKS, California's TANF Agency): This is a summary of President Bush's welfare proposal being considered in 2002. (Adobe PDF, 5 pages)

WtW participant self-evaluation (contributed by the Housing Authority of Santa Clara and San Jose): This is an extensive inventory of participant circumstances, from financial obligations to family circumstances to education. (Adobe PDF, 10 pages)

 
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