County Of Santa Clara

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    Influenza Activity Increasing in Santa Clara County

    One additional death reported to the State   Santa Clara County, CA. With widespread flu activity in Santa Clara County, the Public Health Department announced the death of fifth Santa Clara County resident associated with influenza virus infection.  The individual was under the age of 65 years and all five deceased residents...
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    Cities & Businesses Across the Nation Urge the Federal Circuit to Support Transgender Veterans’ Access to Medical Care

    SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.—On June 28th the County of Santa Clara, along with cities and businesses across the nation, submitted an amicus curiae or “friend of the court” brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, asking the Court to compel the U.S. Department of Veterans...
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    County of Santa Clara Reentry Resource Center Continues Expansion of Services to Reduce Recidivism

    Fifth Anniversary Highlights Center’s Ongoing Efforts and Accomplishments    SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.— Since its founding in 2012, the County of Santa Clara Reentry Resource Center has created opportunities for more than 10,000 residents reentering the community from jail or prison. The Center celebrated its fifth anniversary on February...
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    AmeriCorps NCCC Helps To Restore And Protect Santa Clara County Parks

    SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA – AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), Team Blue 3 is stationed in San Jose, California working at Santa Clara County Parks from February 13, 2017 to March 17, 2017. One of it’s focuses will be to repair significant storm damage at both Hellyer and...
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    Immigration Raids: What to Know

    Supervisor Dave Cortese Rumors about immigration raids in our county have surfaced over the past few weeks. The rumors have spread across social media, but none were ever confirmed. Understandably, many are trying to inform their immigrant friends and colleagues in an effort to keep them safe. Unfortunately, without...
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    Redadas de inmigración: lo que usted debe saber

    Supervisor Dave Cortese Los rumores sobre las redadas de inmigración en nuestro condado surgieron la semana pasada. Los rumores se han extendido a través de los medios de comunicación social y mensajes de texto, pero ninguno de esos rumores ha sido confirmado. Es entendible que muchos estén tratando de...
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    County Launches Nation’s First Mental Health “Pay for Success” Project

    “Partners in Wellness” will provide community-based mental health services for individuals with serious mental illness  SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF. – The County of Santa Clara is launching the nation’s first mental health-focused Pay for Success project in partnership with Telecare Corporation, a national leader in providing innovative, effective services...
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    Santa Clara County Files a Law Suit Against President Trump

    This unanimous decision was made during a special closed session held immediately before a County Hearing on Hate Crimes on Tuesday, January 31st, in the Board Chambers, County Government Center, 70 West Hedding, San Jose, CA 95110.   The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, President Dave Cortese presiding,  has authorized County...
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    Santa Clara County Crack Down on Immigration Fraud

    Office of the Sheriff Santa Clara County, CA— In partnership with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office, Sheriff Deputies arrested two individuals on Friday July 15, who were illegally providing immigration services in San Jose. Acting on a tip, the Sheriff’s Notario Fraud Investigations Unit determined that Al...