CA Welf & Inst Code Section 11324.8


At the time an individual applies for aid under this chapter, or at the time a recipient’s eligibility for aid is determined, the county shall do all of the following:


Provide the individual, in writing and orally as necessary, with at least the following program information:


A general description of the education, employment, and training opportunities and the supportive services available, including transitional benefits.


A description of the exemptions from required participation provided under this article and the consequences of a refusal to participate in program components, if not exempt.


A description of the responsibility of the participant to cooperate in establishing paternity and enforcing child support obligations, and to assist individuals in establishing paternity and obtaining child support as a condition of eligibility.


Determine whether the individual is required to participate in the program provided under this article.


At the time an individual is required to participate pursuant to this article, he or she shall receive a written preliminary determination that he or she is a member of a targeted group, for purposes of any applicable and operative federal Targeted Jobs Tax Credit and California Jobs Tax Credit.


Persons not required to participate may volunteer to participate.


An applicant for, or a recipient of, aid who is dissatisfied with the provisions of the welfare-to-work plan may seek redress through the independent assessment process, as described in subdivision (c) of Section 11325.4 or the state hearing or county grievance process, as described in Section 11327.8.
Last Updated

Aug. 19, 2023

§ 11324.8’s source at ca​.gov