The County of Los Angeles Center for Financial Empowerment, housed within the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs, celebrates the launch of BankOn Los Angeles County, a program designed to connect residents to safe and affordable financial products, regardless of their immigration status.
Fifteen percent of LA County residents live below the official poverty line, but more than three times as many, about 49 percent, are “liquid asset poor,” lacking sufficient savings to live above the poverty level for three months if they lose a job or suffer a financial emergency.
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The William S. Hart Union High School District was named one of 19 school districts and one county office of education for school attendance review board as a model program for its attendance strategies during distance learning.
The Children’s Bureau is seeking foster families during National Foster Parent Appreciation Month and is now offering two virtual ways for individuals and couples to learn how to help children in foster care while reunifying with birth families or how to provide legal permanency by adoption.
To provide a framework to guide the future of residential development locally, the city of Santa Clarita is embarking on a public process to update the Housing Element of the Santa Clarita General Plan.
California Senate Bill 545, a measure to provide additional resources to struggling students, has received unanimous support from the Senate Education Committee, announced Sen. Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita).