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  • Community Services
    Services and activities to address employment, education, income management, housing, nutrition, emergency services and/or health
  • Help Paying Utility Bills
    Assistance in paying household energy costs or dealing with a 24- to 48-hour utility disconnect or service termination notice
  • Residential Energy Efficiency
    Weatherization and energy efficiency measures for low-income households at no cost to qualifying low-income residents to help residents achieve energy efficiency 
  • Residential Lead Abatement
    Lead hazard control services to eligible low-income households occupied by young children to ensure lead-safe housing. Services include evaluation and remediation of lead-based paint in residential homes


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CSD partners with local community organizations in administering several programs and services to help low-income individuals and families achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

Income eligibility guidelines for CSD programs range from 100 percent of federal poverty to 80 percent of area median income.

Depending on several factors including household size, gross monthly income and other program specific eligibility requirements, Californians that fall within these income guidelines may be eligible to receive CSD program services.

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Please visit CSD’s Service Map to find local service providers and more information about services offered in your local area.

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You may find these other resources outside of those administered by CSD helpful. Follow the links below for more information: