Siskiyou

Yreka Field Office

Front of NCIDC Yreka building

501 North Main Street
Yreka, California 96097
(530) 842-6157
Fax (530) 842-4521

Hours
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (closed for lunch 12:30 to 1:00 pm)

Staff
Joyce Jones, Eastern Regional Manager/Employment Development Specialist
Email: jonesee@ncidc.org

Rosie Kerr, Program Assistant II
Email rosebud82@ncidc.org

NCIDC Intake Form: https://ncidc-intake.questionpro.com

Services:

  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
    • Job and Career Counseling Referral and Placement
    • OJT ~ On-the-Job Training
    • CRT ~ Classroom Training (vocational and basic)
  • Community Service Block Grant
    • Provides emergency services to economically disadvantaged American Indians and assists with improving social and economic conditions.
  • Individual Job Services
    • Employment Application Completion
    • Resume Writing
    • Job Search
  • Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP)
    Provides emergency services to economically disadvantaged American Indians and Siskiyou County residents.
  • Disaster Planning Resources
    A list of agencies that provide resources in times of disaster.

 

Siskiyou County Residents

The Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) is pleased to announce that we will be providing the following services to qualified native households within Siskiyou County at our Yreka office location: 501 North Main Street, Yreka, California • 530-842-6157. Staff members are Rosie Kerr.  Program Assistant II,  email: rosebud82@ncidc,org, and Joyce Jones, Eastern Regional Manager, email: jonesee@ncidc.org.

In order to expedite your application for emergency assistance, we ask that you complete our NCIDC Intake Form online at https://ncidc-intake.questionpro.com in its entirety, and attach all of the required documentation-documents with your online application.

However, we will be temporarily restricting public access to all of our offices in the interest of preserving the health of both our clients and staff members. Staff will work with clients over the phone and through email and only conduct in-person intakes as needed on a case-by-case basis. Please DO NOT come to our office without an appointment.

The following programs are available at the Yreka NCIDC office:

Types of Emergency Assistance:

  • Housing assistance provided for relocation or eviction prevention.
  • Utility assistance provided for disconnection prevention, or service reconnection, or for the purchase of wood or heating fuel.
  • Nutrition assistance provided for limited food resources.
  • Supportive services provided for vocational education and employment.
     
  • Disaster Planning Resources
    A list of agencies that provide resources in times of disaster.

CARES-COVID-19 Emergency Services
NCIDC is committed to giving any support we can in this time of crisis so we will continue our work providing services to eligible low-income Native Americans (this can include emergency rental assistance, food costs, cleaning supplies, propane, kerosene, and water and sewer). We are also working on setting up employment assistance for those of you who were laid off due to COVID-19.

NDWG—COVID-19 Disaster Temporary Jobs in Sterilization and Humanitarian Jobs Program
NCIDC has been awarded a contract by the California State Employment Development Department—WIOA Division (EDD). The COVID-19 National Dislocated Worker Grant is 100% Federally funded in the amount of $600,000. This grant is to provide temporary job creation and pre-job training to assist in the crisis of COVID-19 as Sterilization Technician and Humanitarian Aides for approved Tribal Governments. There are also employment and training services available for dislocated workers seeking new employment.

NDWG—CARR Fire Disaster Temporary Jobs Program
NCIDC has been awarded a contract by the California State Employment Development Department—WIOA Division (EDD). The 2018 CA CARR National Dislocated Worker Grant is 100% Federally funded in the amount of $800,000.00.  This grant is to provide temporary job creation to assist in cleanup, repair and reconstruction of public and private nonprofit property damaged by the recent fire disaster. There are also employment and training services available for dislocated workers seeking new employment.

NDWG—CAMP Mega Fire Disaster Temporary Jobs Program
NCIDC has been awarded a contract by the California State Employment Development Department—WIOA Division (EDD). The 2018 CA Megafires National Dislocated Worker Grant is 100% Federally funded in the amount of $2,208,666. This grant is to provide temporary job creation and pre-job training to assist in cleanup, repair and reconstruction of public and private nonprofit property damaged by the recent fire disaster. There are also employment and training services available for dislocated workers seeking new employment.  Administered by Siskiyou and Butte County Offices.

NDWG—2019 Severe Winter Storms Disaster Temporary Jobs Program
NCIDC has been awarded a contract by the California State Employment Development Department—WIOA Division (EDD). The 2018 CA 2019 Severe Storms  National Dislocated Worker Grant is 100% Federally funded in the amount of $1,600,000.00.  This grant is to provide temporary job creation to assist in cleanup, repair and reconstruction of public and private nonprofit property damaged by the recent fire disaster. There are also employment and training services available for dislocated workers seeking new employment.  Administered by Siskiyou office for Shasta and Trinity Counties.

NDWG—Slater Fire Disaster Temporary Jobs Program
NCIDC has been awarded a contract by the California State Employment Development Department—WIOA Division (EDD). The 2020 CA 2020 September Wildfires National Dislocated Worker Grant is 100% Federally funded in the amount of $600,000.00. This grant is to provide temporary job creation and pre-job training to assist in cleanup, repair and reconstruction of public and private nonprofit property damaged by the recent fire disaster. Repair of public and private nonprofit property damaged by the recent fire disaster. There are also employment and training services available for dislocated workers seeking new employment.  Administered by Siskiyou County Office.

Fire Victim Relief Fund
This Foundation-funded program is to provide basic monetary support for households that have been victims of the wild fires and their home was burned and have no other resources available to them at this time. Assistance will be limited to those household that are not already receiving significant financial assistance from tribal governments and/or agencies for fire disaster assistance.  This assistance is currently available in Siskiyou and Butte Counties. We will be extending into the Dixie Fire counties at a later date.