After you apply online you can:
- Check the status of your application
- See your worker name and phone number
- See your current benefit amount(s)
- Get and print your Quarterly or Semi-annual report forms
- Renew or Recertify your application
- Get messages from your worker
- Get a fax or mail-in coversheet to send information to your worker
- Obtain basic information about Cash Aid, CalFresh and Medi-Cal
- Obtain office closure information
- See important announcements
Save time, reduce calls to your worker, reduce visits to the office, do it yourself at
www.c4yourself.com or www.c4yourself.com en Español
NO MORE WAITING IN LINE! NO MORE OFFICE VISITS!
Monterey County CB CARE Center
Effective August 9th 2013, the Department of Social Services is changing the process of assisting active CalFresh (Food Stamps) and Medi-Cal customers. Just call 1-877-410-8823 and a worker will be available to
assist you over the phone.
Monterey County CB CARE Center
1-877-410-8823 CALL TOLL FREE
Business hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM—5:00 PM
Automated self-service available after hours
For New Benefits Applications
To complete CalFresh and Medi-Cal applications online visit the following link: www.C4yourself.com
The Health Insurance Marketplace
Later this year, Covered California will open the marketplace and begin enrolling eligible Californians for health coverage that will begin January 2014. Legal residents of the state of California who do not have health insurance from their employer or another government program can purchase health insurance through Covered California.
To view the Presentation before the Board of Supervisors on Health Care Reform Enrollment & Eligibility click here.
For more information about Covered California click the link below.
Community Action Partnership (CAP)
The 2013 Homeless Services Resource Guide for resources and contact information regarding homeless services in Monterey County is now available. Click the link below to view
2013 Homeless Services Resource Guide
The 2013 CAP Service Directory for resources and contact information regarding services for the low-income population of Monterey County is now available. Click the link below to view.
2013 CAP Service Directory
For quick and accurate information about local community resources.
Food, housing, counseling, financial assistance, senior services
2-1-1 is a service of United Way Monterey County
in partnership with local nonprofits, government offices, and private foundations.
What MC-CHOICE can do for you!
Outreach workers will help families enroll in Medi-Cal and CalFresh programs.
Every child deserves a family.
Right now foster children all over the Central Coast are waiting for a home and new Foster Families are always needed.
Now being a foster family just got a lot easier.
Caring Foster Businesses like these are offering reward programs to all existing and new foster families…
Secretary of State Launches Online Voter Registration
Californians can now register to vote online.
Click the button below to access the Secretary of State 'Voting In California' webpage.
Click the button below to access the California Online Voter Registration.
Contact Human Resources if you are interested in a career helping
support our community. The types of jobs include helping people find work, keeping children and vulnerable adults safe, providing low-income families with health insurance, nutrition assistance, and temporary cash aid, assisting the independence of people with disabilities, and making sure veteran’s are able to access earned benefits.
For more information on open or future recruitments, call 831-796-1534
Current DSES jobs can be found at: www.mss.ca.gov
Our 24-hour toll free job line is 1-877-796-1503
Other county positions can be found at: www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/
The public is encouraged to contact the Distict Attorney's fraud prevention hotline to report suspicion of fraud or misuse of public benefits.
Fraud Prevention Hotline 831-755-3224