The California Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board provides quasi-judicial administrative review of final decisions of the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The Board issues written decisions with orders affirming, reversing, and/or remanding Department decisions.

The California Interagency Council on Homelessness oversees the implementation of Housing First guidelines and regulations, and identify resources, benefits, and services to prevent and end homelessness in California.

The mission of the California Horse Racing Board is to ensure the integrity, viability, and safety of the California horse racing industry by regulating pari-mutuel wagering for the protection of the public, promoting horse racing, breeding, and wagering opportunities, and fostering safe racing through the development and enforcement of track safety standards and regulations for the health and welfare of all participants.

For more than 45 years, the California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA) has supported the needs of low- and moderate-income renters and homebuyers by providing financing and programs with a focus on equity. Established in 1975, CalHFA was chartered as the state's affordable housing lender.

Through innovative policies and effective implementation, the Department (DCC) advances and facilitates a well-regulated, legal market that benefits all Californians.

The Cannabis Control Appeals Panel provides quasi-judicial administrative review of licensing decisions issued by the Department of Cannabis Control.

The mission of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is to provide the highest level of service and public safety to the people of the State through licensing, education, and enforcement.

The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) provides protection to consumers and services to businesses engaged in financial transactions. The Department regulates a variety of financial services, products and professionals. The Department oversees the operations of state-licensed financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, money transmitters, issuers of payment instruments and travelers' checks, and premium finance companies.

The California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) is a unique and dynamic department made up of 36 different boards, bureaus, a committee, a commission, and a program that license and regulate more than 3.4 million licensees in more than 280 license types including certificates, registrations, and permits.

The mission of the CRD is to protect the people of California from unlawful discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations (businesses) and from hate violence and human trafficking in accordance with the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Unruh Civil Rights Act, Disabled Persons Act, and Ralph Civil Rights Act. The employment antidiscrimination provisions of the FEHA apply to public and private employers, labor organizations and employment agencies. “Housing providers” includes public and private owners, real estate agents and brokers, banks, mortgage companies, and financial institutions.

The mission of the California Department of Real Estate is to safeguard and promote the public interests in real estate matters through licensure, regulation, education and enforcement.

HCD helps to provide stable, safe homes affordable to veterans, seniors, young families, farm workers, tribes, people with disabilities, and individuals and families experiencing homelessness.