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  • Automotive Specialist

    Agency: Center for Employment Training

    Prepares students for entry level positions in the automotive field, such as auto mechanic apprentice, brake repairer, front end mechanic, brake drum lathe operator, tire installer and tune-up mechanic.


  • Financial Assistance

    Agency: Mountains Community Hospital

    Offers assistance for those who may be eligible for free or discounted services, depending on income level and circumstances.


  • Charity Bill Assistance

    Agency: Los Angeles Orthopaedic Medical Center

    This program offers assistance for those who may be eligible for free or discounted services, depending on your income level and circumstances.


  • Career Guidance Services

    Agency: Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa ROP

    Provides students with information and advises them on career and educational opportunities including military services, college or vocational school training, ROP courses and career pathways.*Career Guidance Specialist on site at high school campuses where classes are offered.


  • Charity Care and Financial Assistance

    Agency: Victor Valley Global Medical Center

    Offers assistance for those eligible for free or discounted services, depending on income level and circumstances.


  • CalWORKs Program

    Agency: San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department

    This (CalWORKs) program is a time-limited program that provides financial assistance and Welfare-to-Work services to families with children who are deprived of support or care due to the death, incapacity, unemployment/underemployment, or continued absence of one or both parents.  


  • Cash Aid Program for Immigrants

    Agency: San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department

    This is a State Only cash assistance program for specified aged, blind, or disabled legal immigrants. Individuals are not eligible for the Federal SSI/SSP program due solely to their immigrant status. CAPI cases are centrally located in the Ontario TAD office.


  • Case Management, Advocacy and Referrals

    Agency: Catholic Charities San Bernardino and Riverside Counties

    Provides an intake assessment, advocacy, referrals and case management. Also assists clients with nutritional education, Cal Fresh enrollment and life skills. 


  • CalFresh (Food Stamp Program)

    Agency: San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department

    This program provides nutritional assistance designed to help single people and families with little or no income to buy food. Food Stamp benefits are issued on an EBT Card that is used just like a bank card at most local food stores.


  • Career Development

    Agency: Operation New Hope

    Provides career development for students who require employment assistance.


  • City Hall

    Agency: City of Rancho Cucamonga

    Preserves and maintains the legislative record, provides public information, and administer municipal elections. 


  • Chino Experience Teen Center

    Agency: City of Chino

    Provides teens workshops in college planning, academic tutoring, internet safety, bullying, mentoring and other teen-related issues. Free meal served daily to registered participants on program days.Shuttle service available during the school year from Briggs, Magnolia, Don Lugo and Chino High. 


  • City Hall

    Agency: City of Chino

    This agency preserves and maintains the legislative record, provides public information, and administer municipal elections.Also available is the city job hotline it can be accessed two ways Visiting the website Calling the hotline


  • Community Assistance Program

    Agency: CityLink

    Provides untility assistance, life enhancement classes and information and referral services to the local community. 


  • College Prep

    Agency: Student Jibe

    Provides peer to peer assistance for enrollment into college that includes assistance with financial aid applications, course selection, and career pathways.


  • Community Employment Services

    Agency: Best Opportunities

    This program provides employment opportunities for developmentally disabled persons.


  • Community Food Pantry

    Agency: 29 Palms Community Food Pantry & Outreach Ministries

    This program provides food for low income individuals and families. 


  • Computer Lab

    Agency: De Anza Community and Teen Center

    This lab provides access to computers for homework, projects, employment, and internet use.


  • Department of Employment Services

    Agency: Blindness Support Services

    This program provides resources to gain employment by engaging community employers in the development of jobs using the appropriate assistive technology for individuals with visual impairments. Includes: A career path Career guidance Job readiness Interpersonal skills Work maturity skills Employment search skills


  • Direct Placement

    Agency: Vocational Improvement Program

    Provides disabled individuals assistance with employment based on interest, experience, abilities, and training. Job coaching is provided as needed to maintain employment.


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