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We are in this together, but many of us are feeling the stress of the unknown and the financial pressures are getting larger every day folks are unable to work or as income decreases. 

California Partnership and its member organizations are working together to ensure our local elected officials have the information to make sound policy decisions that protect all of the members of our community.

We are gathering stories from people in San Bernardino County to highlight the needs of our community. All personal identifying information is strictly confidential and will only be disclosed with your EXPRESS PERMISSION.

ABOUT US
California Partnership (CAP) was founded in 2003 in response to the gutting of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. The response grew into a statewide coalition of community groups responding to the continued cuts in programs which serve people living in poverty. CAP has worked to end the maximum family grant from ​ CalWORKs​ and the lifetime ban for people with felony convictions. We worked to support Health4All Kids​ for undocumented youth. CAP was part of Mills vs Kern County, with Western Center on Law and Poverty, a suit brought on behalf of the homeless and disabled, over systematic and unlawful failure to provide aid. We lead California’s Health and Human Services Network.

Our member organizations are service providers, immigrant rights, economic justice organizations, community based organizations, unions and other community groups. These groups represent In Home Support Service workers, homeless people living with AIDS, immigrants, people fleeing domestic violence, and formerly incarcerated people. CAP members define and drive our work by guiding our campaign process and lifting the voices of the individuals most affected. With our fifty community partners, we work to improve social safety net programs that serve low-income adults and senior residents living below the federal poverty level, people with disabilities, the undocumented, formerly incarcerated, in all ethnic groups. We empower these organizations through educational workshops to assist local collaborative efforts to identify housing needs and solutions to improve the quality of life and combat the multi-issues of poverty. Our objective is to identify state and local problems and lead targets (systems/decision makers) that can create solutions to poverty.
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