WMCC is funded by UC Merced Community and Labor Center to reach workers in geographic areas impacted by COVID-19 by informing and expanding awareness of labor laws related to workplace health and safety protections, and other resources. The focus is information dissemination and education outreach to workers about the impacts of COVID-19 in the workplace, workplace health and safety laws, paid sick leave benefits rights, and employee protections such as workplace health and safety, leave rights/benefits, including paid sick leave, workers’ compensation, anti-retaliation protections, worker-related complaint and claim processes and procedures, support filing complaints for workplace non-compliance.
WMCC has partnered with the Stanislaus County Community Services Agency. We assist and navigate members of the community with any economical and/or social impacts in applying for recovery support services. Services within the zipcodes 95351, 95354, and 95358.
Sustainable Valley Sustainable and Equitable Economic Development (Valley SEED) Project is an innovative effort to advance equity, inclusion and the goals of federal and state climate-resilient economic development initiatives. West Modesto Community Collaborative goal is to expand opportunities for more broadly shared prosperity, especially for those facing the greatest barriers to advancing their well-being. We believe in the importance of an inclusive economic development with core values of growth, equitability, sustainability, participation, and stability.
West Modesto Community Collaborative
601 South Martin Luther King Jr Drive, Modesto, California 95351, United States
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