Supportive Services Money for Covid-19 Affected Workers

The Tri-Valley Career Center (TVCC) through the Alameda County Workforce Development Board (ACWDB) would like to help those who have lost wages/income from the shelter-in-place and the Coronavirus. If you have been financially impacted by a loss of income, we can assist you in paying a personal bill up to $800 (depending on qualifications) through a new and fast-moving grant. Please contact us if you’re interested in information and you:

  • were laid-off or furloughed due to Covid-19
  • experienced a reduction in hours and/or pay due to Covid-19
  • required to close a business/reduce operating hours
  • were subject to quarantine or care for someone in quarantine (not simply shelter-in-place)
  • needed to care for children due to school or childcare closures
  • at higher risk or caring for a high-risk individual

AND

  • you are willing to enroll in our Workforce Innovation & Opportunity (WIOA) program which guides our career services and tracks your return to work (there is no cost to you to enroll as this is a federal program)
  • have/had a household income at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level for Oct 2019-March 2020 (see what counts as income)

Your Next Steps:

  1. Download and complete the questionnaire to see if you qualify for both our WIOA program and the Supportive Services grant (down load here)
  2. Contact Christian Castaneda at TVCC to talk about your qualifications: [email protected] or call 925-290-8844​
  3. Download and complete the WIOA enrollment paperwork
  4. Gather documents of bills paid and covering time SINCE March 17, 2020
  5. Follow the next steps according to direction of TVCC Staff