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How do I get Welfare?
Contact the Placer County Welfare Department for assistance.
100 Stonehouse Court
Suite A
Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: (916) 784-6000
Fax: (916) 784-6003
I am an employer looking for qualified employees
Roseville has an excellent labor force.  If traditional methods for finding qualified employees have not worked (newspaper and trade publication ads), there are other resources available.

Program: Employer Services
Contact: The Placer County Office of Economic Development, Roseville One-Stop Career Center  (http://www.placer.ca.gov/business-services/business-services.htm) 916.774.4057
Description:  Placer County Office of Economic Development provides a variety of Employer Services including posting job openings on the CalJobs website, hosting Job Fairs and providing assistance with interviewing potential employees.   Placer County also offers training cost reimbursements, employment tax credit information, a resource library and many other services.

Program: On-line Job Board for Technology Jobs
Contact: Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA) (http://www.sarta.org/) 916.447.7399
Description: On-line posting of technology related jobs in the Sacramento region.

I am disabled and I need help
Placer Independent Resource Services (PIRS) advocates for the rights of people with disabilities, educates the community about disability issues, and provides services to persons with disabilities to live independent, productive lives. Any person with a disability is eligible for their services and their services are free of charge.
I am disabled and need a ride
Personal disabilities vary greatly. Roseville Transit accommodates disabled passengers for all of its services. All buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts. If you are unable to use fixed route services, Roseville Transit Dial-A-Ride services are available.
I am sick and I need a ride
Roseville Transit does not provide medical transportation services. If you are too sick to use public transit, please contact your local health care provider, a taxicab service or call 911 if you have an emergency.
Is there a Dial-a-ride service?
Yes, Dial-A-Ride is a curb-to-curb, share-a-ride public transportation system and is available through Roseville Transit. 
Tell me about Fair Housing program
See our web page with Fair Housing referral information.
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