For California’s Homeless, CalFresh Is Essential Part of Safety Net Caroline Danielson June 19 2020 CalFresh food assistance is a key support for people confronting homelessness, and efforts to expand access to CalFresh are critical.
Feeding Children When Schools Are Closed for COVID-19 Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao March 26 2020 With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, local, state, and federal officials are taking steps to provide meals to students who usually obtain meals from their school.
For Many Californians, Poverty Is One Minor Expense Away Tess Thorman December 17 2019 More than 7 million Californians live near poverty, with just enough resources to meet their basic needs.
Food Assistance Linked to Student Success in College Brandon Balzer Carr, Rebecca London May 9 2019 With many University of California students struggling to afford food and other basic needs, enrollment in the CalFresh food assistance program shows promise in helping students continue toward their degree.
Interactive: A Look at Child Poverty across California Caroline Danielson, Vicki Hsieh January 30 2019 Governor Newsom’s first budget proposal boosts safety net programs that play an essential role in lowering child poverty in the California.