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California Unemployment Contact Information

California Unemployment Contact Information

If you are living in California and facing unemployment, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. However, navigating the process of applying for and receiving these benefits can be challenging, and you may have questions or issues that need to be resolved.

To help you with this, there are several different phone numbers you can call to get assistance with California unemployment benefits. Each phone number is designed to provide specific types of help, and knowing which number to call can save you time and frustration.

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) can assist you with your unemployment claim. Whether you need help managing a claim, receiving benefits, or resolving an issue, there is a phone number available to provide you with the help you need.

California Unemployment Customer Service Phone Numbers

Main Phone:

  • English: 1-800-300-5616
  • Spanish: 1-800-300-5616

Get help with filing a claim by phone, general unemployment questions, and technical help with online registration, password resets, and EDD Account Numbers.

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Time), Monday through Friday.

Monday morning before 10 a.m. is the busiest call time. The EDD recommends calling at other times.

Additional languages

  • Armenian: 1-855-528-1518
  • Cantonese: 1-800-547-3506
  • Korean: 1-844-660-0877
  • Mandarin: 1-866-303-0706
  • Tagalog: 1-866-395-1513
  • Vietnamese: 1-800-547-2058

If you are getting a phone call from the EDD, your caller ID may show “St of CA EDD” or the UI Customer Service number 1-800-300-5616 or 833-978-2511.

California Unemployment Phone Numbers

Service Phone Number
• English and Español
• Filing Claims
• Payment Information
• Technical Help
• Password Resets
• UI Online Questions
• General Information
• EDD Customer Account Number
• Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT), Mon-Fri
• English (Self-Service Line)
• Information on your last payment issued.
• Certify for benefits over the phone using EDD Tele-Cert.
• How to file a new UI claim or reopen an existing claim.
• Request copies of your 1099-G tax information.
• Find closest America's Job Center of California.
• Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Armenian: 1-855-528-1518
Cantonese: 1-800-547-3506
Korean: 1-844-660-0877
Mandarin: 1-866-303-0706
Tagalog: 1-866-395-1513
Vietnamese: 1-800-547-2058
Disability Insurance Offices English: 1-800-480-3287
Spanish: 1-866-658-8846
TTY: 1-800-563-2441
Unemployment Insurance Fraud Report Fraud
Appeals File an Appeal
Estimate your benefits CA UI Calculator
America's Job Center of California 1-916-654-7799
CalJOBS 1-800-758-0398
Labor Market Information 916-262-2162
Benefit Overpayment Services 1-800-676-5737
Debit Card Related Information 1-866-692-9374
TTY: 1-866-656-5913

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Customers

Deaf and hard of hearing callers can contact EDD using either method below:

  • Teletypewriter (TTY) at 1-800-815-9387: (Recommended – does not use the California Relay Service).
  • California Relay Service (711): Provide the UI number (1-800-300-5616) to the operator.

Note: Please use your state’s relay service if you are calling outside of California.

Information to have before you call the EDD

  • Social Security number
  • California driver’s license or ID card
  • PIN number
  • EDD Customer Account Number
  • Proof of US citizenship, or a legal permit to work in CA – You must be authorized to work in the US to receive unemployment benefits. If you are not a US citizen, have information from your employment authorization document ready.
  • Federal documents – If you are a former federal employee, have your Notice to Federal Employees About Unemployment Insurance (Standard Form 8) ready.
  • Military documents – If you served in the military in the last 18 months, please have your Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD 214) ready.
  • Information about your work history

Collecting your work history information

Your work history affects the amount of benefits you receive each week. Submitting accurate information helps us process your claim faster.

When submitting your work history, be sure to include all employment for the last 18 months. This includes the name of any companies as they appear on your paycheck, the dates of employment, hours worked per week, the total wages you earned before taxes were taken out (gross wages), hourly rate of pay, and the reason you are no longer working.

Provide specific information about your last employer or company. This includes their name, mailing address, and phone number, as well as the name of your supervisor. You will also need to provide your gross wages for the last week you worked, which is the total wages you earned before taxes were deducted.

You will also need to indicate the reason for your unemployment. Providing this information accurately and completely is essential to ensure that your unemployment claim is processed promptly and correctly. The EDD takes unemployment fraud very seriously. If you are unsure about any of the information required, it is advisable to contact your former employer or company to obtain the necessary details.

When to call the main number: 1-800-300-5616

  • General Information
  • Technical Help
  • Filing Claims
  • Payment Information
  • UI Online Questions
  • EDD Customer Account Number
  • Password Resets

Most unemployment issues can be resolved by calling the primary California unemployment phone number (English and Spanish). Available hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT), Monday through Friday.


California Unemployment Office Locations

California has nearly 200 America’s Job Centers throughout the state. America’s Job Center of California is a network of local, state, private, and public organizations offering employment services for free.

These unemployment office locations are a network of employment resource centers that provide a wide range of public assistance to job seekers, including job search assistance, career counseling, training programs, and referrals to other community resources. At America’s Job Center locations, you can look for jobs and meet your work search requirement for unemployment eligibility.

America’s Job Centers are designed to help individuals find and maintain employment by offering workforce services and resources, such as resume writing, workshops, job fairs, and access to job listings and job training programs. The overall goal of the network is to support California’s workforce development and economic growth by connecting job seekers with employment opportunities and resources.

California America's Job Center Locations

1Alameda One Stop Career Center Affiliate Center555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway
Alameda College, Portable P
Alameda, CA 94501
2Alhambra AJCC - Affiliate to East LA/West San Gabriel Valley Comprehensive AJCC Affiliate Center2550 West Main Street
Alhambra, CA 91801
3Alliance For Workforce Development, Inc. Modoc Comprehensive Center701 N. Main Street
Suite #1
Alturas, CA 96101
530- 233-4161
4Anaheim Workforce Connection Comprehensive Center201 S. Anaheim Boulevard
2nd Floor
Anaheim, CA 92805
5America's Job Center of California -The Business Center Affiliate Center1129 Olive Drive
The Business Center Suite C
Bakersfield, CA 93308
6America's Job Center of California-Bakersfield Comprehensive Center1600 East Belle Terrace
2nd Floor
Bakersfield, CA 93307
7American Job Center of California -Oildale Affiliate Center1129 Olive Drive
America' Job Center Suite H
Bakersfield, CA 93308
8EPIC - Envision-Plan-Innovate-Connect Affiliate Center2211 H st.
Bakersfield, CA 93301
9Baldwin Park AJCC-Affiliate to East San Gabriel Valley Comprehensive AJCC Affiliate Center4640 Maine Avenue
Baldwin Park Adult School, ACT Center Suite 12
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
10Slawson AJCC Affiliate Center5500 Rickenbacker Road,
Room A201 (Richard N. Slawson Occupational Center)
Bell, CA 90201
11Berkeley One Stop Career Center Affiliate Center1701 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley Adult School
Berkeley, CA 94702
12Blythe Workforces Services Office Affiliate Center1 College Drive
P.E. Building
Blythe, CA 92225
13America's Job Center of California-Brawley Comprehensive Center860 Main Street
Workforce Development Office/Department of Social Services
Brawley, CA 92227
14Orange County One-Stop Center-Buena Park Affiliate Center6281 Beach Blvd
Suite 333
Buena Park, CA 90621
15Job Connect Affiliate Center110 N. Glenoaks Boulevard
Burbank Central Library
Burbank, CA 91502
16Calexico One-Stop Career Center Comprehensive Center301 Heber Avenue
One Stop Employment Services
Calexico, CA 92231
17Capitola Career Center - America Affiliate Center2045 40th Avenue
Suite B
Capitola, CA 95010
18South Bay One-Stop Business & Career Center - Carson Affiliate Center801 E Carson Street
Room 116 & 117 Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDondald Community Center
Carson, CA 90745
19SELACO Cerritos AJCC Comprehensive Center10900 E 183rd Street
Suite 392
Cerritos, CA 90703
20Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. Comprehensive Center500 Cohasset Road
Suite 30 (Send mail to: P.O. Box 3306, Chico, CA 95927)
Chico, CA 95926
21Nations Finest Office Affiliate Center110 Amber Grove Drive
Suite 110
Chico, CA 95973
22Pride Industries AJCC Affiliate Center7011 Sylvan Road
Suite A
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
23Colusa County One-Stop Partnership Comprehensive Center144 & 146 Market Street
Colusa, CA 95932
24City of Compton CareerLink Center (Youth) Comprehensive Center301 N. Tamarind Avenue
Compton, CA 90220
25Rancho Dominguez- AJCC of California Comprehensive Center2909 E Pacific Commerce Drive
Compton, CA 90221
26Concord America's Job Center of California / East Bay Works Comprehensive Center4071 Port Chicago Highway
Suite 250
Concord, CA 94520
27Smart Workforce Center - Del Norte Comprehensive Center875 5th Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
28West LA WorkSource Center/American Job Center of CA Comprehensive Center5446 Sepulveda Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90230
29America's Job Center of California-Delano Comprehensive Center707 Main Street.
Suite 5
Delano, CA 93215
30Tulare County Employment Connection - Dinuba Affiliate Center400 West Tulare Street
Suite C
Dinuba, CA 93618
31East County Career Center Affiliate Center151 Van Houten Ave
PCG Building
El Cajon, CA 92020
32America's Job Center of California El Centro Comprehensive Center1550 West Main Street
El Centro, CA 92243
33San Diego North County Inland Career Center Comprehensive Center649 W. Mission Ave
North Inland Live Well Center
Escondido, CA 92025
34The Job Market Comprehensive Center409 K Street
Eureka, CA 95501
35Solano AJCC Affiliate Center500 Chadbourne Road
Suite A
Fairfield, CA 94534
36America's Job Center of California- Fremont Affiliate Center39155 Liberty Street
FRC Building Suite B200
Fremont, CA 94538
37Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps Affiliate Center1805 E. California Avenue
Reverend Swills Neighborhood Youth Center
Fresno, CA 93706
38Workforce Connection Fresno Comprehensive Center3170 W. Shaw Avenue
Suite 155
Fresno, CA 93711
39Galt AJCC Affiliate Center1000 C Street
Suite 100
Galt, CA 95632
40Garden Grove - Orange County One-Stop Center Comprehensive Center7077 Orangewood Avenue
Suite 200
Garden Grove, CA 92841
41South Bay One Stop Business and Career Center Affiliate Center16801 S Western Avenue
Suite A
Gardena, CA 90247
42Gilroy work2future Job Center Affiliate Center379 Tomkins Ct.
Gilroy, CA 95020
43Verdugo Jobs Center Comprehensive Center1255 South Central Avenue
Glendale, CA 91204
44Business and Career Network Grass Valley Affiliate Center988 McCourtney Road
Brighton Greens Resource Center
Grass Valley, CA 95949
45America's Job Center of California- Hanford Comprehensive Center124 N Irwin Street
Hanford, CA 93230
46Eden Area AJCC Comprehensive Center24100 Amador Street
3rd Floor
Hayward, CA 94544
47Empower Youth, Youth Opportunity Center Affiliate Center930 North State Street
Hemet, CA 92543
48Hemet Workforce Development Center Comprehensive Center749 North State Street
Hemet, CA 92543
49San Benito County AJCC Comprehensive Center1111 San Felipe Road
Health and Human Services Agency Suite 107
Hollister, CA 95023
50Indio Workforce Development Center Comprehensive Center44-199 Monroe Street
Suite B
Indio, CA 92201
51The Indio Win Youth Opportunity Center Affiliate Center45691 Monroe St.
Suite 6
Indio, CA 92201
52South Bay One Stop Business and Career Center - Inglewood Comprehensive Center110 South La Brea Avenue
5th Floor
Inglewood, CA 90301
53East San Gabriel Valley AJCC Comprehensive Center14101 E. Nelson Avenue
Hacienda La Puente Adult Education (HLPAE)
La Puente, CA 91746
54Planet Youth Affiliate Center400 West Graham Avenue
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
55America's Job Center of California Lake Isabella Affiliate Center5540 Lake Isabella Blvd,
Vons Shopping Suite E-3
Lake Isabella, CA 93240
56CareerPoint Lake Comprehensive Center55 First Street
CareerPoint Lake Bldg. Suite 114
Lakeport, CA 95453
57America's Job Center of California - Lamont Affiliate Center8300 Segrue Road
Lamont, CA 93241
58The Lancaster American Job Center Comprehensive Center1420 West Avenue I
Lancaster, CA 93534
59CHD / Lodi WorkNet Center Affiliate Center631 East Oak Street
Lodi, CA 95240
60The WorkPlace Comprehensive Center4811 Airport Plaza Drive
Bldg. #120
Long Beach, CA 90815
61Youth Opportunity Center Comprehensive Center4811 Airport Plaza Drive
Suite 120
Long Beach, CA 90815
62Orange County Workforce Solutions Center11206 Lexington Drive
Military and Veterans Resource Center Suite 244
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
63Boyle Heights WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center1505 E. 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033
64Downtown/Pico-Union WorkSource Center1055 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 900A
Los Angeles, CA 90017
65East LA/West San Gabriel Valley AJCC Comprehensive Center5301 Whittier Blvd
2nd Floor.Chase Bank
Los Angeles, CA 90022
66Northeast Los Angeles WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center342 North San Fernando Road
Goodwill Southern California - LA Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90031
67Rio Hondo America's Job Center of California Comprehensive Center10400 Pioneer Blvd
Suite 9
Los Angeles, CA 90670
68South Los Angeles AJCC Affiliate Center1600 W. Imperial Hwy.
LA Southwest College, SoCTE Building, RM 115
Los Angeles, CA 90047
69South Los Angeles AJCC, Southwest College Affiliate Center1600 W. Imperial Highway
SoCTE 115
Los Angeles, CA 90047
70South Los Angeles WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center1512 W. Slauson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90047
71Southeast Los Angeles Worksource Center Comprehensive Center10950 South Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90059
72The Hollywood WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center4311 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90029
73Vernon-Central/LATTC WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center1006 E 28th, Los Angeles CA 90011 (Primary Site)
1801 E 53rd Los Angeles, CA 90058 (Secondary Site)
Los Angeles, CA 90015
74Watts/Los Angeles Worksource Center Affiliate Center2220 East 114 St
Los Angeles, CA 90059
75Willowbrook AJCC - Affiliate to Rancho Dominguez Comprehensive AJCC Affiliate Center11737 Wilmington Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90059
76Wilshire - Metro WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center3550 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90010
77Worknet Merced County Comprehensive Center800 7th Street
Los Banos, CA 93635
78Workforce Assistance Center Comprehensive Center2037 West Cleveland Avenue
P.O. Box 1205
Madera, CA 93638
79America's Job Center of California Mammoth Lakes Affiliate Center1290 Tavern Road
Suite 229
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
80SJC Manteca Adult School WorkNet Affiliate Center2271 West Louise Avenue
Room 905
Manteca, CA 95337
81Monterey County Satellite AJCC Affiliate Center289 12th Street
Marina, CA 93933
82Mother Lode Job Training - Mariposa County Affiliate Center5362 Lemee Lane
PO Box 1915
Mariposa, CA 95338
83Yuba County One-Stop AJCC Comprehensive Center1114 Yuba Street
Suite 214
Marysville, CA 95901
84Mather AJCC Affiliate Center Virtual Services only10638 Schirra Ave.
Mather, CA 95655
85Mendota Workforce Connection Affiliate Center655 Quince Street
Suite C
Mendota, CA 93640
86Job Train Affiliate Center1200 O'Brien Drive
Menlo Park, CA 94025
87Worknet Merced County Comprehensive Center1205 West 18th Street
Merced, CA 95340
88Modesto American Job Center of California Comprehensive Center629 12th Street
Modesto, CA 95354
89American Job Center of California - Mojave Affiliate Center2300 State Hwy 58
Mojave, CA 93501
90Monrovia Adult School One Stop Career Center Affiliate Center920 South Mountain Avenue
Monrovia, CA 91016
91Moreno Valley Business & Employment Resource Center Comprehensive Center12625 Frederick Street
Suite K-3
Moreno Valley, CA 92552
92Moreno Valley Youth Opportunity Center Affiliate Center23080 Alessandro Street
Suite 236
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
93CareerPoint Napa Affiliate Center1546 First Street
Allen Ewing Building
Napa, CA 94559
94Ohlone College Tri-Cities Career Center Affiliate Center39399 Cherry Street
Ohlone College Newark: Center for Health Sciences and Technology Room 1211
Newark, CA 94560
95East County Service Center Affiliate Center1405 West F Street
Suite I
Oakdale, CA 95361
96American Job Center of California-Oakland Comprehensive Center7677 Oakport Street
Suite 350
Oakland, CA 94621
97East Oakland Neighborhood Career Center Affiliate Center7200 Bancroft Avenue
Suite 140
Oakland, CA 94605
98Lao Family and Community Development, Inc. (WIOA Youth Program) Affiliate Center2325 East 12th Street,
Lao Family Community Development, Inc Suite 226
Oakland, CA 94601
99Oakland Career Center Comprehensive Center268 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610
100The Unity Council Career and Resource Center Affiliate Center1900 Fruitvale Avenue
Oakland, CA 94601
101West Oakland Neighborhood Career Center Comprehensive Center1801 Adeline Street
Suite 209
Oakland, CA 94607
102America's Job Center of California- Oceanside Affiliate Center1949 Avenida Del Oro
Oceanside EDD Suite 106
Oceanside, CA 92056
103San Diego North County Coastal Career Center Affiliate Center3708 Ocean Ranch Blvd.
North Coastal Live Well Center
Oceanside, CA 92056
104Glenn County Community Action Department Comprehensive Center125 East Walker Street
Glenn Grows/Business and Employment Resource Center
Orland, CA 95963
105Alliance for Workforce Development Inc.-Oroville Comprehensive Center78 Table Mountain Blvd
Butter Co. Dept. of Employment and Social Services
Oroville, CA 95965
106America's Job Center of California Oxnard Comprehensive Center2901 N. Ventura Road
Third Floor
Oxnard, CA 93036-1150
107Northeast San Fernando Valley AJCC Affiliate Center12502 Van Nuys Blvd.
Learn 4 Life
Pacoima, CA 91331
108Palmdale AJCC-Affiliate to Antelope Valley Comprehensive AJCC Affiliate Center38510 Sierra Highway
Palmdale, CA 93550
109Reedley Parlier Affiliate Center13660 East Manning Avenue
Suite 103
Parlier, CA 93648
110Foothill Employment and Training Connection Comprehensive Center1207 E Green Street
Pasadena, CA 91106
111West Side County Service Center Affiliate Center101 West Las Palmas Avenue
Patterson, CA 95363
112Perris Oasis Youth Opportunity Center Affiliate Center11 South D Street
suite 9
Perris, CA 92570
113Tri-Valley Career Center Affiliate Center5860 Owens Drive
3rd Floor
Pleasanton, CA 94588
114Pomona Valley Comprehensive AJCC Comprehensive Center1460 E. Holt Avenue
The Village at Indian Hill Suite 130
Pomona, CA 91767
115Tulare County Employment Connection - Porterville Comprehensive Center1063 West Henderson Avenue
Porterville, CA 93257
116Business and Career Network - Plumas Comprehensive Center7 Quincy Junction Road
Quincy, CA 95971
117Folsom Cordova AJCC Affiliate Center10826 Gadsten Way
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
118West Valley America's Job Center of California Comprehensive Center9650 9th Street
San Bernardino Workforce Development
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
119Job Training Center of Tehama County Comprehensive Center718 Main Street
Red Bluff, CA 96080
120EDD State of California - Redding Affiliate Center1325 Pine St
Redding, CA 96001
121Smart Workforce Center Comprehensive Center760 Cypress Avenue
Suite 210
Redding, CA 96001
122Workforce Connection - Reedley Affiliate Center1680 East Manning Avenue
Reedley, CA 93654
123RichmondWORKS Comprehensive Center330 25th Street
Richmond, CA 94804
124America's Job Center of California Ridgecrest Comprehensive Center540 Perdew Avenue
Suite B2
Ridgecrest, CA 93555
125America's Job Center of California Riverside Comprehensive Center1325 Spruce Street
Suite 110
Riverside, CA 92507
126Rubidoux Youth Opportunity Center Affiliate Center5656 Mission Blvd
Riverside, CA 92509
127America's Job Center of California Roseville Comprehensive Center115 Ascot Drive
Suite 100
Roseville, CA 95661
128AJCC Elk Grove Affiliate Center8401 Gerber Road
Elk Grove Adult and Community Education
Sacramento, CA 95828
129Asian Resources AJCC Affiliate Center2411 Alhambra Blvd
NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center Suite 110
Sacramento, CA 95817
130Franklin AJCC Affiliate Center7000 Franklin Blvd
Suite 540
Sacramento, CA 95823
131Greater Sacramento Urban League Comprehensive Center3725 Marysville Blvd
Greater Sacramento Urban League Bldg.
Sacramento, CA 95838
132Hillsdale AJCC Comprehensive Center5655 Hillsdale Blvd
Suite 8
Sacramento, CA 95842
133La Familia AJCC Affiliate Center5523 34th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820
134Lemon Hill AJCC Affiliate Center5451 Lemon Hill Avenue
Room 106
Sacramento, CA 95824
135Mark Sanders AJCC Affiliate Center2901 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
136Monterey County AJCC Comprehensive Center344 Salinas Street
Suite 203
Salinas, CA 93901
137Salinas EDD Affiliate Center928 Blanco Road
Suite 280
Salinas, CA 93901
138Mother Lode Job Training - Calaveras County Affiliate Center7 Main Street
PO Box 1002
San Andreas, CA 95249
139East Valley America's Job Center of California Affiliate Center500 Inland Center Drive
Suite 508
San Bernardino, CA 92408
140Bank of America Merrill Lynch Workforce Development Center Affiliate Center330 Park Boulevard
San Diego Central Downtown Suite 555
San Diego, CA 92101
141Metro Career Center Comprehensive Center4389 Imperial Avenue
South Metro Career Center Bldg.
San Diego, CA 92113
142Chinatown Neighborhood Access Point Affiliate Center601 Jackson Street
Ground Floor
San Francisco, CA 94133
143EDD Workforce Service - San Francisco Civic Center Affiliate Center801 Turk Street
EDD Building
San Francisco, CA 94102-3117
144Goodwill Comprehensive Job Center Comprehensive Center750 Post Street
Goodwill Building
San Francisco, CA 94109
145HSA Workforce Development Center - Affiliate Center3120 Mission Street
Workforce Center Mission
San Francisco, CA 94110
146Mission Economic Development Agency Affiliate Center2301 Mission Street
Plaza Adelante Suite 301
San Francisco, CA 94110
147Southeast Workforce Development Center Affiliate Center1800 Oakdale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
148Success Center San Francisco Affiliate Center1449 Webster Street
Filmore Center Bldg.
San Francisco, CA 94115
149Visitacion Valley Neighborhood Job Center Affiliate Center1099 Sunnydale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94134
150North San Jose America Affiliate Center1901 Zanker Road
San Jose, CA 95112
151San Jose Career Centeer - Environmental Innovation Center Comprehensive Center1608 Plumas Avenue
San Jose, CA 95133
152America's Job Center of California-San Luis Obispo Comprehensive Center3450 Broad Street
Suite 103A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
153NOVA Job Center of San Mateo Affiliate Center1777 Borel Place
Suite 500
San Mateo, CA 94402
154Harbor Gateway WorkSource Center Comprehensive Center222 W. 6th Street
Suite 410
San Pedro, CA 90731
155Santa Ana WORK Center Comprehensive Center801 West Civic Center Drive,
Suite 200
Santa Ana, CA 92701
156America's Job Center of California Santa Barbara Affiliate Center130 East Ortega St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
157Santa Clarita AJCC Affiliate Center20730 Soledad Street
Unit L
Santa Clarita, CA 91351
158Santa Barbara County America's Job Center of California Workforce Resource Center1410 South Broadway
Suite E
Santa Maria, CA 93454
159North Bay Workforce Services Affiliate Center606 Healdsburg Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
160Sonoma County Job Link Comprehensive Center2227 Capricorn Way
Suite 100
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
161Monterey County Satellite AJCC Affiliate Center1295 La Salle Avenue
Bldg. 14
Seaside, CA 93955
162America's Job Center of California-Shafter Affiliate Center115 North Central Valley Highway
Department of Human Resource Bldg.
Shafter, CA 93263
163Business and Career Network - Sierra County Affiliate Center305 South Lincoln Street
PO Box 41
Sierraville, CA 96126
164America's Job Center of California -Simi Valley Affiliate Center2900 N. Madera Rd.
Suite 100
Simi Valley, CA 93065
165Mother Lode Job Training - Tuolumne County Comprehensive Center197 Mono Way
Suite B
Sonora, CA 95370
166Veterans AJCC Affiliate Center1180 Durfee Avenue
Suite 200
South El Monte, CA 91733
167San Joaquin County Worknet Comprehensive Center6221 West Lane
Suite 105
Stockton, CA 95210
168San Joaquin Delta College WorkNet Center Affiliate Center5151 Pacific Avenue
Suite 149
Stockton, CA 95207
169El Proyecto WorkSource-OneStop, Sun Valley Comprehensive Center9024 Laurel Canyon Blvd
Sun Valley, CA 91352
170NOVA Job Center Comprehensive Center505 W Olive Avenue
Suite 550
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
171Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. Lassen Comprehensive Center1616 Chestnut Street
Lassen Business and Career Network
Susanville, CA 96130
172Mother Lode Job Training - Amador Affiliate Center1 Prosperity Court
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
173America's Job Center of California- Taft Affiliate Center119 North 10th Street
Taft, CA 93268
174South Bay One-Stop Business & Career Centers - Torrance Affiliate Center1220 Engracia Avenue
Torrance, CA 90501
175Tracy WorkNet Center Affiliate Center543 W Grant Line Road
Tracy, CA 95376
176Tulare County Employment Connection - Tulare Affiliate Center304 E.Tulare Avenue
Tulare, CA 93274
177South County Service Center Affiliate Center1310 W. Main Street
Turlock, CA 95380
178CareerPoint Mendocino Comprehensive Center2550 N. State Street
Suite 3
Ukiah, CA 95482
179American Job Center - Vallejo Comprehensive Center1440 Marin Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
180High Desert America's Job Center of California Affiliate Center17310 Bear Valley Road
Suite 109
Victorville, CA 92395
181Tulare County Employment Connection4025 West Noble Avenue
Employment Connection Suite B
Visalia, CA 93277
182America's Job Center of California- Walker Comprehensive Center107384 Highway 395
Walker, CA 96107
183Watsonville Career Center Comprehensive Center18 West Beach Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
184Smart Workforce Center Comprehensive Center790 Main Street
Suite 618
Weaverville, CA 96093
185Smart Workforce Center Comprehensive Center582 Main Street
Weed, CA 96094
186YoloWorks! CareerCenter - West Sacramento500 Jefferson Blvd
West Sacramento, CA 95605
187Whittier AJCC - Affiliate Center9401 Painter Ave.
Room D301
Whittier, CA 90605
188Quechan Indian Tribe Affiliate CenterP.O. box 1899 Yuma (AZ-85366)
Winter Haven, CA 92283
189America's Job Center of California Winterhaven676 Baseline Road
Building 306
Winterhaven, CA 92283
190YoloWorks! Career Center- Woodland Comprehensive Center25 North Cottonwood Street
Woodland, CA 95695
191Sutter County One Stop Comprehensive Center950 Tharp Rd
Bldg 1000
Yuba City, CA 95993

Trained Staff

The staff at America’s Job Centers are experts in careers to help job seekers figure out what they’re interested in, what they’re good at, and what kinds of jobs they could get. There are frequent events where employers come to meet job seekers, workshops to learn how to write a good resume and interview well, and other workforce solutions to help people find jobs.

Each career center has a resource room with computers, phones, and fax machines to help with job searching. Staff can help you build a resume, explore different careers, and find jobs. They can’t help you with your unemployment claim, but you can use the computers to access online services like UI Online.

Different AJCs offer different services, like job training, counseling, practice interviews, testing skills, and information about jobs and companies in the area. They can also help with social services like seeking financial assistance and finding child care. 

There are two types of American Job Centers: Comprehensive and Affiliate. Comprehensive AJCs offer all services for workers, young people, and businesses – including partners who are experts in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Affiliate AJCs offer fewer services and don’t have all the WIOA partners.

Available Services

The following services are available at most AJCC locations. Appointments are recommended as in-person services are limited.

  • Referrals to helpful social services such as childcare, housing, transportation, and utilities.
  • Workshops and virtual job fairs related to employment.
  • Job seekers can receive help with job search, resume writing, job referrals, placement, and career coaching from the AJCC.
  • Tools for career exploration and labor market information.
  • Education and job training opportunities that can lead to new career paths.
  • Resource rooms with computers, telephones, and fax machines are available at the AJCC.

The AJCC provides access to CalJOBS, an online services resource with over a million job postings from more than 30,000 employers in California.

Please note: These job centers are designed to help you find a job and grow your career. For help with your California unemployment benefits, call the EDD phone number. EDD staff will be able to help you with your UI claim.

General Information

In addition to specific services related to filing for and receiving unemployment benefits, the EDD also provides general information to individuals. This may include information about eligibility requirements, the application process, and how to access different services provided by the EDD. General information is important to ensure that individuals have a clear understanding of the process of receiving unemployment benefits and can navigate the system effectively.

Technical Help

Technical help is available to assist individuals with any technical issues that may arise while filing for or receiving unemployment benefits. This may include issues with logging into the system, navigating the website, or accessing payment information. Technical help is available through the EDD website or by phone, and can help individuals quickly resolve any technical issues they may encounter.

Filing Claims

Filing a claim is the first step in the process of receiving unemployment benefits. The EDD has made the process of filing a claim simple and easy for individuals. You can apply online or by phone. It is important to file a claim as soon as possible after losing your job, as benefits are not retroactive to the date of job loss, but rather to the date the claim is filed. Filing a claim on time can help ensure that you receive benefits when you need them the most. If you have questions about filing a claim or understanding unemployment eligibility requirements, call 1-800-300-5616.

Payment Information

Receiving accurate and timely payment information is crucial for individuals receiving unemployment benefits. The EDD provides several options for receiving payment information, including online, by phone, or by mail. Payment information includes details about your weekly benefit amount, the payment date, and any deductions that were made. It is important to regularly check payment information to ensure that the correct amount is being received and that there are no issues with payment processing.

UI Online Questions

UI Online is an important tool for individuals receiving unemployment insurance benefits, as it allows them to access payment information and track the status of their unemployment benefit. However, individuals may have questions about how to use the UI Online system, or encounter issues while using it. To assist individuals with UI Online questions and issues, the EDD provides a dedicated phone number for UI Online support. This service is important to ensure that individuals can effectively use the UI Online system and receive the benefits they are entitled to.

EDD Customer Account Number

An EDD Customer Account Number is a unique identifier assigned to individuals who have filed a claim for unemployment benefits. This number is important as it allows you to access your account and receive payment information. Additionally, the EDD Customer Account Number is required when filing for unemployment benefits by phone or in person. It is important to keep this number safe and secure, as it is a key piece of information for accessing unemployment benefits.

Password Resets

If you forget your UI Online password, you can simply reset it. This service is important to ensure that you can access your account and receive timely and accurate payment information. The password reset service is available online or by phone, and can quickly resolve any issues related to forgotten passwords.

When to call the Self-Service number: 1-866-333-4606

The EDD offers a self-service line to help you manage your California unemployment benefits. This phone number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Certify for unemployment compensation over the phone with EDD Tele-Cert
  • Find your local America’s Job Center of California
  • Learn how to file a new UI claim or reopen an existing claim
  • Request copies of your 1099-G tax information
  • Look up information on your last payment issued

Services provided by the EDD help you effectively navigate the process of receiving unemployment benefits and finding employment.

Certify for unemployment compensation over the phone with EDD Tele-Cert

EDD Tele-Cert is a convenient way for individuals to certify for UI benefits over the phone. This service is available 24/7 and can be used to certify for unemployment benefits for the previous two weeks. It is important to certify for benefits on time, as failure to do so can result in a delay or denial of benefits. EDD Tele-Cert provides a simple and efficient way for individuals to certify for their benefits without the need for visiting an office in person.

Find your local America’s Job Center of California

America’s Job Center of California provides a range of services to help individuals find employment. These services may include job search assistance, resume writing, and skills training. Finding the nearest America’s Job Center of California can help individuals access these services and increase their chances of finding employment. This is an important resource for individuals who have lost their jobs and are looking to get back into the workforce.

Learn how to file a new UI claim or reopen an existing claim

If an individual needs to file a new UI claim or reopen an existing claim, it is important to have access to information on the process. The EDD provides detailed information on how to file a new claim or reopen an existing claim online or by phone. Having this information readily available can help individuals navigate the process of filing a claim and ensure that they receive benefits as quickly as possible.

Request copies of your 1099-G tax information

Individuals who receive unemployment benefits are required to report these benefits as income on their tax return. The EDD provides a 1099G tax form to individuals, which details the amount of unemployment benefits received during the tax year. Requesting copies of this information is important for individuals to accurately report their income and avoid any issues with the IRS.

Look up information on your last payment issued

Knowing the details of your last payment issued is important to ensure that you are receiving the correct amount of unemployment benefits. The EDD provides options to check payment information online or by phone. Checking payment information regularly can help individuals identify any issues with payment processing and take corrective action as needed.

Job Fairs & Workshops

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) has teamed up with America’s Job Centers to offer opportunities to engage with potential employers. Companies have the chance to review and arrange interviews with eligible candidates, gather resumes and job applications, provide information about their business and job openings, and more.

By participating in a job fair or workshop, you can receive career guidance, enhance your job search abilities, network with others using your improved resume, and sharpen your interview skills.

The EDD classifies job fair and workshop offerings into three geographical regions:

  • Northern
  • Los Angeles/Coastal
  • Southern

Northern Region counties include: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba.

Los Angeles/Coastal counties include: Los Angeles, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, and Ventura.

Southern Region counties include: Fresno, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Tulare.

So, for example, if you live in Orange County, you would attend workshops in the Southern Region. If you live in the Bay Area, you would attend Northern Region activities.

  1. Is there a number you would suggest contacting regarding an appeal we filed. No one answers any of the numbers on line.
    Getting very frustrated.

    Thank you!

  2. Does anyone know how to get threw to edd, I’ve called everyday for weeks one day calling over 60 times. My payments are saying pending, I need to get paid I’m facing possible evection. I’ve also emailed them 3 different times and still no response.

  3. I reapply for new Year on 3/14/21 was accepted and I certified for the last nine weeks show on line received. have not gotten paid for the last nine weeks I certified for. no payment on this new claim yet. Where is my payments? from week ending 4/24/21 to 6/5/21 no payment yet !

      • I have an existing claim since last year my benefits were stopped due verification of identity since than I appealed and won however I have 9 weeks of unpaid benefits and can’t get ahold of customer service not any response to emails that I send every day for the past 3 months. I need to pay rent and my car payment I am on the verge of getting my car reposed. I need help.

  4. Need the number to call to verify my identity was sent documents and had mailed in the requested documents but a rep said they never received anything so need to speak to who ever can fix this issues. Was given a number to call for me to verify but the number is no longer in service. This is highly frustrating as this is the only thing that is delaying me from receiving my payments and need to get this fixed ASAP!

  5. Does anyone know how to recertify for the weeks the mistake were made through 18663334606 (Automated system)? 18003005616 that number is nightmare !! I can’t get through I was calling for 4hours 8am -12noon straight for two days.
    Please help!

  6. Is there an email address where I can contact someone about my clain? I’m not sure if I did it correctly or if it was accepted. I can’t reach anyone on the phone.

    • William,

      We understand this might be a difficult time for you. We’re anticipating a shortage of staff across unemployment offices due to the massive surge in UI applications considering the pandemic. We advise against calling or visiting the office, as you may not get a response instantly.

      Your state may have activated “Extended Benefits (EB)” authorized by the federal government. We recommend you apply for UI benefits online. For more information, please visit your state’s official Unemployment website.

      • I was told I’d be able to certify (that I’d be notified to certif)y for my benefits by last Monday 3/22. Still no notification , can’t get through by phone to the 800- 300- 5616 #.. Even tried this morning since 8am since they’re now taking calls on Sat & Sun. Got through 2 weeks ago on Sat. Have been waiting for months for the 11 weeks since Dec 27th which h I was notified I qualify for. What to do??

      • Sam,
        I applied for benefits on April 14 and have heard nothing from EDD. I have messaged them three times… reply. Is there any way to contact them to see what is going on? Everything says “up to 3 weeks” and it has been 5.

        • Same for me ! Can’t get ahold of anyone on any number.. no help whatsoever.. absolutely ridiculous.. maybe a class action lawsuit is in order .. totally neglected with zero assistance! Still trying to get in touch with them ..?

        • Joseph,

          I can understand your situation. Please wait for an update from the office. There will be thousands of applications for the office to be processed. Make sure to check the status at regular intervals.

  7. I hope someone will see this. I’m trying to apply for UI in California and I tried applying on-line but I work in film and TV production and in the questions it asks if you’ve worked out of state, and if so, you have to call to speak with a representative. The vast majority of my jobs for the last 18 months have been travel jobs shot out of CA. The phone lines at EDD are jammed and I haven’t been able to get through for multiple days. Can anyone please help me?

    • Hi I’ve been having the same issue ..and I’m in the same industry as well..And I have to call due to having gigs outside California. I called a total of 100xs two days in a row starting from the time the office opened and never got a person..the phone line would just hang up after the recording played it’s message:(

      • Janab,

        Please try finding answers online since there might be limited phone support due to the shortage of staffing. You can use the “Resources” or “FAQs” section of the website.

    • Justin,

      We understand this might be a difficult time for you. We’re anticipating a shortage of staff across unemployment offices due to the massive surge in UI applications considering the pandemic. We advise against calling or visiting the office, as you may not get a response instantly.

      Your state may have activated “Extended Benefits (EB)” authorized by the federal government. We recommend you apply for UI benefits online. For more information, please visit your state’s official Unemployment website.

      • Be careful because I think the 1(866)300-4606 are scams because I called and the girl who answer ask for all my personal information and then she say she could t find anything there which she’s lying
        So be careful they’re is a lot of scams right now.

      • I received benefits for March and April but after that my payments are going to pending status. I have 4 emails out to them but no response. I have called over 244 times with no luck speaking with anyone. The 8 to 8 folks can’t answer any questions you have. One email said I would get a letter with a date and time for an interview, I have received no such letter. In the meantime I am drowning.

        • Linda,

          I can understand your situation.There will be a delay considering the number of applications that are being processed. Please continue chasing the office/check your status online at regular intervals until payments normalize.

  8. My money for the two weeks I put in are still pending and I put them in yesterday. I called the EDD number 1,000 times from 8am til 11am and they just keep saying “we have hit maximum callers” this is frustrating and i don’t know what to do. I need my money. Someone please help

    • Tyler,

      Please visit the official website to know more about your claim. You may have to log in with an ID and password.

  9. I filed a claim over a month ago & have not received any payment yet. I’ve tried calling all of the numbers but I can’t get to speak to anyone or find anything to help me contact EDD. The UI online isn’t helpful at all, when I select ‘Manage Existing Claim’ it starts a new claim every time.I was laid off and have absolutely no money to fix my car to get to/find another job. How can I find out what the status of my claim/payments is???

    • Josh,

      If you’re facing difficulties both online and offline, please consider the option of visiting an office in the vicinity if feasible.

  10. I have been on SDI since January 11,2019. I have been receiving temporary disability,have not filed and will not file for permanent disability..have recently setteled with my employers workers compensation insurance company.My disability was declared permanent and stationary in June,with a work status report showing limitations that my employer cannot accept me back to work.My employer has therefore laid me off as of today(10-28-2019).I want to find employment within my limitations.I intend to file for UI,and suspend my SDI claim.I have been told of a “special base period” that may apply.Advise,please?

    • Peter,

      Please note UI benefits are generally extended to claimants who’re able and available for work. To know more about a possible “special base period”, please call the Unemployment Office.

  11. I lost some documents and because of it I have not gotten any unemployment benefits yet. How can I request replacements?

  12. How on God’s green earth are you ever suppose to file if you don’t own a computer. You are out of your minds if you think I’m going to enter my personal information on the Library computers.

    • Maria,

      You might also have an option to file over the telephone line. In most states, filing on the internet is the norm these days. Personal info is generally secured by firewalls and anti-virus software.

  13. If I was hurt on a job and I am currently a Federal employee, can I collect State Disability ? I currently have a part time job and pay into the state. Am I eligible to collect.

  14. I needed to open a new claim by the 13th couldn’t get a hold of anyone by phone also tried online and never received a response , will I be penalized or denied now and is there a different phone number I can call to get help?

    • Robert,

      You won’t be penalized for sure. Just that you’ll miss the weekly payment since it was not claimed on time. Please call the Claims Center for further information.

  15. My unemployment benifits ran out. Said I could reapply by Oct 13 have tried calling tried online and didn’t work what next. Will I still be able to apply even thou it’s past the date?

    • I am trying to file my claim online but forgot my password from 5 years ago. I follow all the instructions for “forgot password” but EDD doesn’t ever send an email. Both my spouse and I have calling more times than I want to say. This situation is so frustrating especially when I could be looking for jobs and doing something constructive with my time! Any suggestions?

      • Cindy,

        The online system may be clogged due to the number of transactions. Please keep trying to reset it at regular intervals.

    • Robert,

      As much as I am aware, the UI benefits program is a one-time affair. It’s not revolving. Please call the Unemployment Office for clarification.

  16. Hello,
    am filing a unemployment laid off by UCSD on sept 28 as a medical records clerk..the govt site asking for job type wont accept clerk,office work,clerical .what do i put there to proceed with my claim?

      • Is there a walk in office in so. Cal? I am 63 and can’t use a computer and can’t get any phone help. I feel kind of hopeless. This isn’t welfare its been paid for.

        • Leeglover,

          You can try to consider the option of visiting an office in the vicinity if feasible.

  17. Am tried of me hang here on my phone waiting for your people who you hired have no answer to the question that a customer bids providing of the letter I ask to het help to speak with with some one to help me with this letter that says I need to get a supplemental certification so I can recieve continuing my benefits . My last money was send in on July 13, 2018 and not yet have I have help with you poor choice of workers you hired and as well send me an Application so I can so you how it’s done by the book of state of California date is July 31, 2018 I hope by then I lose my rent my car payment do you o your employees who have a high school diploma or four years of college ,,,,WHAT IS THE DELAY ON THIS ONLINE STUFF COME ON NOW LETS GET IT MOVING

    • Carolina,

      I can understand your situation. Firstly, please note this is a private forum and we’re not a government agency. Secondly, I suggest you consider visiting an Unemployment Office in the vicinity or try looking up for answers to your situation on the department’s website.

  18. Faxed three weeks ago an last week mailed in Application form. Have done job search as is required by the State of Oregon . Sunday to Sunday is call in Have received no contact from EED. Have written prof of job search . Please contact me as there isn’t a employment center near Oregon an the phone lines are jammed up . No way other than mail. 1095 Benson Way Ashland Oregon.97520. Regards

    • William,

      Please note this is a private forum and we do not have access to your claims file. Please call the Claims Center for an update.

  19. Need an Unemployment Office location near Culver City CA to follow up on my claim. I can’t do online b/c account is locked out, and I can’t do by phone because I’ve spent hours and no one answers. Please advise. Thanks.

  20. I’ve worked full time for an attorney; he wants to reduce my hours by half. Can I go on unemployment instead since my half-time wages would be lower than unemployment?27

  21. I am thinking of moving to Austin,TX with my family and looking for work. Would I be able to collect my unemployment simply by changing my address on the claim forms I submit or would I need to speak with someone about at the EDD office in CA about making this switch in their records?

  22. I know there is a job search requirement which is reported each week. What can I report if I do not see any new positions to apply for? I search each day, but have not found any jobs to apply for during the week?

    • I think a specific number of applications are mandatory. Please call the Claims Center and speak to a representative for further information.

  23. i need a termination date official letter so i can give it to social security they need a copy .so i can recieve my past paid thank you and i look foword to your e-mail.

  24. I am trying to locate an unemployment office in or around Pleasanton/Dublin/Livermore, CA. I need to report a death of a relative who was receiving benefits. my tele # is 925-516-7781.

  25. Trying to call the ca edd ui office to talk to a human is a joke, I have called the 1(800)300-5616 number several days in a row at 8:00, immediately get a message that the they can not process my call due to the volume of messages received. Tried calling at various times through the morning (they supposedly only answer live calls till noon) and are sent directly to the automated self serve menus. Very frustrating and time wasting, no phone queuing or call back options, beginning to think there is really no one there. Tried ask edd, all I get is a blank web page.

    • It can be challenging at time due to the call volumes. Let us know how we can help you.

      You may also want to consider the option of visiting the nearest office in your area.

  26. I’m currently a CA state employee, hired as a permanent intermittent (PI), I just completed my one year and 2 months and passed the probationary period (10/2014) and have more than the sufficient hours to qualify as a true PI.

    During the first 10 months of hire, I have worked close to 40 hours a week for the most part and mixed in some months with 37-38 hours/week.

    But now for the month of Nov and future December, it was 20 hours a week and will be till year-end.

    Do I qualify for any partial unemployment benefits for these two months and conceivably into early 2016. Average monthly high earnings in 2015 was approximately $2,500-2,600 gross.

    • You can be eligible for partial unemployment benefits. Please check with your state and apply accordingly.

      Use the Benefits Calculator available on this site to get an estimate of benefits you qualify for.

  27. As a military veteran who was employed in California, would I file for unemployment insurance in California or in my home of record (which is also where I currently reside) in New Jersey?

  28. hello, can I get an address and phone number to the nearest unemployment office in riverside ca.
    thank you, bill adams

  29. Over a year fighting appeals judge awards money finically but it’s been iver a year, now edd says only a few of my claims were recieved the rest lost can’t file on line need someone to help recover 31 checks then file to receive money , judge admitted I was harsessed by my x employmer and another judge also post office would return or lose my mail, after investigating my comaints agreed these events took place, need professional help to file

    • Its best you take help from the customer service of the labor dept in your state as we don’t really know the nuances of filing in a specific state.

      You can call on the service line.

  30. Where is the closest unemployment office to Riverside, CA that I can go and find out why I did not get paid?

    • Please note that each state has its own “Adjudication Process” which lays down procedure for addressing various conflicts and issues and you don’t need a lawyer necessarily.

      You may log onto to the website of the labor dept in your state for more information.

    • If you have an active claim, please call the claims center of the labor dept in your state to ascertain the procedure to re open.

  31. I was supposed to receive a call this morning(some time btwn 8-10am) for my phone interview eligibility but did not hear from anyone. What should I do?

    • Please check by calling up the labor dept in your state. Each one has its own legislation on how they with multiple benefits.

  32. how can I apply for unemployment if my company do not laid me off they don’t have any work for me over month and haft please call me or anwser me thanks 6195490115

  33. How do I speak to live person I was ask to call back give them information on my last job year to day address and contac person.

  34. I’m with Michelle, I filled in July and STILL have not received a check. Please let me know where and how I can get a hold of someone to figure out what the deal is.

  35. I filed a claim for unemployment insurance 3 weeks ago, and have not yet received a response. I have tried calling the numbers listed above, but have been able to get thru to representative. Is there another way for me to get thru to find out the status of my claim?

  36. I applied for UI in June of 2013. In August of 2013 I received a notice of amended unemployment insurance award indicating my weekly amount would be $183.00. I have not received a weekly claim for to date. I have submitted 2 questions to EDD via contact us at the EDD web site. I have not received any reply. I am unable to get through via 1 800 300 5616 to speak to a live person. Additionally I cannot seem to find a physical address for the closest unemployment office. Can you PLEASE tell me what is going on? Do I need to resubmit my claim?

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