The Management Information and Evaluation (MIE) Section is responsible for ensuring that your case is correctly processed and that the correct benefits are given according to County, State, and Federal policies. Click the link below to find out how.
The Welfare Advisory Committee provides a process for Department managers to meet and consult with community advocates and heads of community-based organizations to discuss issues of mutual concern.
The Public Social Services Commission meets monthly to discuss, examine and evaluate public welfare issues and the programs administered by the DPSS.
Looking for contacts regarding media inquiries and requests for community outreach? This page can help!
The role of the Intergovernmental Relations is to identify, monitor, and analyze proposed state and federal laws and funding that may impact programs and services provided by DPSS.
The Management and Research Services (MRS) Section handles department research, processing assessment, surveying and performance recognition activities.
The DPSS Statistical Reports provide a summary of the total cases, total person and monthly payments for many DPSS services and programs.
Los Angeles County Social Services began their origin in the Office of Superintendent of Children's and Women's Work, formed in 1891, to care for destitute women and their children under the guidelines of the 1851 Poor Law. To find out more about DPSS see this page!