Remote Supportive Services

In response to COVID-19 here are some direct links to resources available right now

A manera de respuestra al COVID-19, en esta pagina encontrara enlaces directos a recursos que estan disponibles en la comunidad en estos momentos

Phone Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

For an appointment — please call (650) 330-6571 – English

Or email the Supportive Service Center at: supportiveservices@jobtrainworks.org

Para hacer una cita, por favor llame a Elizabeth, Consejera de Beneficios y Recursos Humanos, al teléfono (650)330-6572 – Español, o supportiveservices@jobtrainworks.org

Remote Supportive Services

JobTrain offers a variety of onsite Supportive Services for students and the public. The Supportive Service Center provides confidential, one-on-one advice at no cost, for the following services:

Applying for Government benefits
Access to legal advice
  • Expungement
  • Consumer & civil law
  • Worker’s rights
  • Public benefits denial
Wellness referrals
Affordable child care
And more!

El Centro de Apoyo y Servicios de JobTrain ofrece

asesoramiento confidencial, individualizado y gratuito en las siguientes áreas:

Solicitando beneficios del gobierno
Acceso a asesoramiento legal
  • Eliminación de antecedentes penales
  • Leyes civiles y de defensa al consumidor
  • Derechos del trabajador
  • Denegación de beneficios (LIBRE)
Servicios de Salud y Bienestar Disponibles
Guarderia a precio bajo
y mucho mas

Benefits and Resource Counselor, Elizabeth Kayser

Elizabeth Kayser is the Benefits and Resource Counselor and Program Service Coordinator at JobTrain.  She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Supportive Services Center and the LIBRE project ; these include case management, counseling services and community resource linkage and referrals. Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Latin American Studies and Anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Social Welfare with concentrations in Mental Health and Gerontology from the University of California, Berkeley. Born in Lima, Peru, Elizabeth is bilingual in Spanish and English and brings years of experience in the social services field.