Resources for CalWORKs/Care Students
Frequently Used Forms for COA CalWORKs
These forms are required to complete CalWORKs Orientation/Intake every term enrolled at College of Alameda
Federal Work Study Agreement/Intake
County Required forms
- 41-102 Required Homework/Study Time Statement–Must be completed by CalWORKs COA staff to be valid
Other helpful forms
- Suggested School Supply Checklist–to assist you in completing your supply request forms
This website is a website to view your Cash aid, Calfresh (food stamps) and Medi-cal benefits information. Simply sign up using your social security number and other information to get all your benefits in one place. It’s also a great website to use to apply/renew your benefits.
This is a great resource for anyone to find housing, food pantries, medical care, free tax preparation websites, and emergency shelter. They have phone operators 24/7 who can help you connect to resources to help support you!
Their phone number is 510-537-2710.
If you’re interested in transferring to a 4 year California public university, consult this online resource! Counselors and students can use it to look up what community college classes (in California only) can transfer to a UC or CSU campus. It’s handy! However, to effectively take advantage of this website, you should also work with a counselor at College of Alameda.
This is a non-profit organization that supports families in Alameda county with case management and mental health services. They are excellent if you’re having trouble with your CalWORKs benefits, housing, physical and learning disabilities, or physical and mental health challenges. You must register with them as a client to benefit from its resources.
A non-profit organization that can assist folks with legal advice (employment, housing, and other areas of expertise are covered). They have a free advising hotline and can arrange meeting based on need.
At College of Alameda CalWORKs, we are committed to provide support for all CalWORKs student parents who are pursing education as a way to provide for their families and themselves.
Louie Martirez y McFarland, EOPS/Care/CalWORKs/Next Up
P: (510) 748-2258
L: Building A-111
Marissa Nakano, EOPS/Care/CalWORKs
L: Building A-111