1. Verdugo Jobs Center - One stop center that provides employment services for job seekers ages 18+, business services for employers and youth employment programs.
(818) 937-8001 www.verdugojobscenter.org
2. Neighborhood Legal Services - The department provides free legal services to low-income Glendale residents. The services include legal assistance in immigration law, employment law, housing law, discrimination and public benefits.
3. Quick and easy way to find government offices in your county, visit: www.countyoffice.org
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