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HELP IS AVAILABLE for California victims of the October 1 shooting in Las Vegas and their families. Please visit the California Victims Compensation Board website and news release for more information.

New website! In an effort to help assimilate immigrants into the fabric and culture of our state, the Governor's Office has launched a new website portal where immigrants looking for help with such things as job training, English language skills, and legal assistance can find information on services available throughout the state.  The site also addresses the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program.  This website, called The California Immigrant Guide, can be found at www.immigrantguide.ca.gov.

Health care is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in California and we know there are many candidates–both employed and not–who could fill those jobs with the right training, experience and opportunity. DCA is seeking to be part of the solution. That´s why, in compliance with recent legislation (Assembly Bill 2105, signed by the Governor in 2016) DCA will conduct a stakeholder process over the next two years to update policies and remove barriers to facilitate the development of ‘earn and learn’ training programs in the allied health professions. Click here to learn more and provide your input!

The Department of Consumer Affairs has just completed its Strategic Plan for 2017–2020, setting goals for new, more innovative ways to protect both California´s consumers and its licensed professionals. To view it, click on this link: http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/strategicplan.pdf

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