|With Efficiency, Integrity and Compassion,
Our Mission is to:
- Promote Social and Economic Self-Reliance; and
- Protect Those Who Are at Risk
New! Updated Overview of Programs and Services 2013
To download the updated 2012/2013 Overview of Programs and Services handbook, click on the link below:
Overview of Programs and Services
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Senior and Disabled Resource Directory
New! For Lake and Mendocino Counties Senior & Disabled Resources, please click this link: Senior & Disabled Resource Directory
Adult Protective Services Brochure
A program of the Lake County Department of Social Services (LCDSS)
For a copy of this brochure please click this link: APS Brochure
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Customer Satisfaction Survey!
Apply for Benefits Online with C4Yourself®!
Apply for Cash Assistance, Food Stamp and Medical programs! C4Yourself ® is an online application system that allows you to apply for benefits. This is a secured site and all your information will be private and safe.
Click here to go to the C4Yourself® page: https://www.c4yourself.com/c4yourself/
Foster A Child
Nurturning Parents needed now.
Come to a Foster Parent informational Meeting.
Call Valerie 262-4513
Lake County Department of Social Services
Safely Surrendered Baby Law
The Safely Surrendered Baby Law provides a safe alternative to abandonment of a new born baby. The intent of the law is to provide freedom from prosecution and maintenance of confidentiality for the individual safely surrendering a baby within 72 hours of birth at a designated safe surrender site.
A New statewide toll-free hotline (1-877-BABYSAF) or (1-877-222-9723), provide safe surrender site locations throughout the state. In addition to the hotline the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) also offers safely surrendered baby publications that provide information about the law. These materials, as well as additional information about the law, may be accesses at their website at www.babysafe.ca.gov.
Lake County Children's Report Card - First Update!
To download the Children's Report Card Update click on the link below:
Lake County Children's Report Card 2007 Update