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Employment Development Department (EDD) - Career Link - One Stop Career Center
Address 801 Turk St., 94102 (Turk)

3120 Mission St., 94110 (Mission)

1800 Oakdale Ave., 94024 (Southeast)

Phone 415-749-7503 (Turk) , 415-401-4800 (Mission) , 415-970-7762 (Southeast)
Email
Website
Contact(s)
Hours 8am-5pm
Language(s)
Summary [[SummaryText::In addition to job search services, the EDD handles Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) and State Disability Insurance (SDI). The employment agency for the State of California Welfare programs requires registration for work with the EDD. Required documents are picture ID, proof of citizenship and right to work. No fees for job seekers or employers. Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. Wheelchair/ restroom accessible.

The Employment Development Department has instituted Unemployment Insurance claim filing by phone. You no longer need to report in person to file a claim. If you need to file or reopen a California Unemployment claim between 8am and 5pm Pacific Standard/Daylight time. You may receive the following services via the telephone: Check information, general Unemployment Insurance information, California job service Information, Bilingual Customer Service representatives are available.

Contents [show] Youth Employment Opportunity Program (YEOP)Edit YEOP specialists help youth aged 15 to 21 finish school and/or find a job. Intensive Services ProgramEdit Individuals that have dropped out of school may be eligible for job referrals, placement assistance, labor market information, job search workshops, fidelity bonding referrals for supportive services, referrals for training. School-to-CareerEdit Can prepare individuals for the world of work through opportunities for mentoring, job shadowing and more. CalJOBSEdit Accesss to jobs online with thousands of job openings listed daily for your review. Creates a professional resume for you quickly and easily, self referrals to job openings, no fees, register with CalJOBS at:www.caljobs.ca.gov. Dislocated Workers ServicesEdit Reemployment planning for those who have been permanently laid off from their former jobs and may need information about retraining. Job Agent ProgramEdit Offers supportive services and job placement to economically disadvantaged applicants who have barriers to employment such as lack of job skills, lack of education, lack of language skills, disability, or legal difficulties Veterans ServicesEdit Veterans receive priority placement assistance including job search preparation and referrals to supportive services.|See article]]

EDD 801 Turk Street

EDD at 801 Turk Street

801 Turk St., 94102 (Turk)

3120 Mission St., 94110 (Mission)

1800 Oakdale Ave., 94024 (Southeast)

415-749-7503 (Turk)

415-401-4800 (Mission)

415-970-7762 (Southeast)

415-749-7476 (FAX - Turk)

415-401-4834 (FAX - Mission)

415-970-7711 (FAX - Southeast)

One Stop SF web site - click here first!

SF City Workforce Development web site

State EDD web site for more general info

M-F: 8am-5pm

In addition to job search services, the EDD handles Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) and State Disability Insurance (SDI). The employment agency for the State of California Welfare programs requires registration for work with the EDD. Required documents are picture ID, proof of citizenship and right to work. No fees for job seekers or employers. Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. Wheelchair/ restroom accessible.

The Employment Development Department has instituted Unemployment Insurance claim filing by phone. You no longer need to report in person to file a claim. If you need to file or reopen a California Unemployment claim between 8am and 5pm Pacific Standard/Daylight time. You may receive the following services via the telephone: Check information, general Unemployment Insurance information, California job service Information, Bilingual Customer Service representatives are available.

Youth Employment Opportunity Program (YEOP)Edit

YEOP specialists help youth aged 15 to 25 finish school and/or find a job.

Intensive Services ProgramEdit

Individuals that have dropped out of school may be eligible for job referrals, placement assistance, labor market information, job search workshops, fidelity bonding referrals for supportive services, referrals for training.

School-to-CareerEdit

Can prepare individuals for the world of work through opportunities for mentoring, job shadowing and more.

CalJOBSEdit

Accesss to jobs online with thousands of job openings listed daily for your review. Creates a professional resume for you quickly and easily, self referrals to job openings, no fees, register with CalJOBS at: www.caljobs.ca.gov.

Dislocated Workers ServicesEdit

Reemployment planning for those who have been permanently laid off from their former jobs and may need information about retraining.

Job Agent ProgramEdit

Offers supportive services and job placement to economically disadvantaged applicants who have barriers to employment such as lack of job skills, lack of education, lack of language skills, disability, or legal difficulties

Veterans ServicesEdit

Veterans receive priority placement assistance including job search preparation and referrals to supportive services.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

Employment Development Department (EDD) – Career Link - One Stop Career Center - G 801 Turk St., 94102 (Turk) 3120 Mission St., 94110 (Mission) 1800 Oakdale Ave., 94024 (Southeast) 1500 Mission St., 94103 (Goodwill) 1449 Webster St., 94103 (Western Addition) 601 Jackson St., 94102 (Chinatown) 415-749-7503 (Turk) 415-401-4800 (Mission) 415-970-7762 (Southeast) 415-575-4570 (Goodwill) 415-655-2620 (Western Addition) 415-677-7500 (Chinatown) 415-749-7476 (Fax - Turk) 415-401-4834 (Fax - Mission) 415-970-7711 (Fax - Southeast) 415-515-2115 (Western Addition) www.edd.ca.gov (Web site) M–F: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (Goodwill, Civic Center, Mission, Southeast, Chinatown) M–Th: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., F: 9 a.m. – 12 noon Computer Hours for Mission Center M–F: 8:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.

In addition to job search services, the EDD handles Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) and State Disability Insurance (SDI). The employment agency for the State of California Welfare programs requires registration for work with the EDD. Required documents are picture ID, proof of citizenship, and right to work. No fees for job seekers or employers. Services include Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese languages, and the Center is wheelchair/ restroom accessible.

The Employment Development Department has instituted Unemployment Insurance claim filing by one of three option. You no longer need to report in person to file a claim. If you need to file or reopen a California Unemployment claim by phone, you need to do so between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific Standard/Daylight time by calling 1-866-333-4606 or 1-866-333-4606 for Spanish speakers. You can apply online at https://eapply4ui.edd.ca.gov/. Or you can complete a paper application, available at the same website for online applicants. You may receive the following services via the telephone: check information, general Unemployment Insurance information, and California job service Information. Bilingual Customer Service representatives are available.

Youth Employment Opportunity Program (YEOP) YEOP specialists help youth, aged 14 to 21, finish school and/or find a job.

Intensive Services Program Individuals who have dropped out of school may be eligible for job referrals, placement assistance, labor market information, job search workshops, fidelity bonding referrals for supportive services, and referrals for training at the Intensive Services Program.

CalJOBS CalJOBS provides access to jobs online with thousands of job openings listed daily for your review. CalJOBS creates a professional resume for you quickly and easily, and provides self referrals to job openings with no fees. Register with CalJOBS at: www.caljobs.ca.gov.

Dislocated Workers Services Dislocated Workers Services provides reemployment planning for those who have been permanently laid off from their former jobs and may need information about retraining.

Veterans’ Services Veterans receive priority placement assistance at Veteran’s Services, including job search preparation and referrals to supportive services.

Employment Development Department (EDD) – Career Link – One Stop Career Center - FF Mission Center 3120 Mission St., 94110 415-401-4800 M–F: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Southeast Center 1800 Oakdale Avenue, 94124 415-970-7762

M–F:  9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Civic Center 801 Turk St., 94102 415-749-7503 M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. SOMA Center 1500 Mission Street, 94103 415-575-4570 M-F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m., (no longer open late on Saturday) http://sfgov.org/site/onestop_index.asp?id=95589 www.edd.ca.gov

Veterans receive priority placement assistance including job search preparation and referrals to supportive services.

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