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The San Joaquin County Human Services Agency latest news.

5 Year Systems Improvement Plan

5 Year Systems Improvement Plan

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY COMPLETES FIVE YEAR SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR CHILDREN’S SERVICES STOCKTON, CA. – San Joaquin County, Human Services Agency - Children’s Services Bureau and the Probation Department have completed their County Self-Assessment (CSA) and System Improvement Plan (SIP).  The CSA is an in-depth review of the County’s Children’s Services and Juvenile Probation programs.  The SIP serves as the operational agreement between the County and state, outlining how the County will improve its operations to provide better outcomes for children, youth and families.  Both the CSA and SIP are part of the California Child and Family Services Review (C-CFSR), an ...

Drought Assistance

Drought Assistance

FOOD FOR FAMILIES HARDEST HIT BY DROUGHT STOCKTON, Calif. ‐ San Joaquin County has been designated as the recipient of 20,832 drought relief food boxes. These boxes are intended to provide additional food to families in the community who have been most impacted by the continued drought conditions. In April the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) informed the San Joaquin County Human Services Agency (HSA) that as one of the 24 most drought‐impacted counties in the state, they would be receiving food for distribution to the community. County staff identified the most effective method of distribution of food boxes to ...

Keeping Cool This Summer

Keeping Cool This Summer

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                     Media Line: June 9, 2014                                                                                                  (209) 468-1130     Cooling Zones to Open in San Joaquin County   (San Joaquin County, CA) - According to the National Weather Service, San Joaquin County residents are anticipated to experience higher than ...

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