Food Service Resources for Children, Adults & Elderly
- CalFresh Financial Incentives when use your EBT Card for fruits & vegetables
- New Map of Food Services: Charters add more than 100 food sites!
- LAUSD 60 Grab & Go Meal Distribution sites
- Los Angeles Food Bank List
- LA Westside Food Pantries
- LA Meals on Wheels
- Feeding America Local Food Banks
- Seniors Meal Map
- Every table is offering meals to EVERYONE. Food distribution for seniors who need food brought to their homes. Food available for students. Food distribution centers that can distribute food to a group of people.
- Free breakfast (8am-10am) provided by Eastside Riders for student in Watts community starting Monday, March 16, 2020 and ending Friday, March 20, 2020
- Free breakfast (730-930am), lunch (1130-130pm), and dinner (430-630) for all LAUSD students starting Monday, March 16, 2020 from 7:30am to 6:30pm at 2301 Bellevue Ave., Los Angeles 90026
- Beginning Monday, March 16th, Hugo’s kids menu will be free for guests 12 and under throughout the LAUSD closure
- Los Angelitos Bakery offering 1 free bread to each child, aged 5-13 years old, Monday-Friday from 12pm-2pm
- Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, the city of Lynwood is offering supper meals for kids ages 1-18
- Free Breakfast Burritos for children ages 6-12 years old. Pick up Monday-Friday 7am-8am at Toast (11119 First Ave, LA), The Benediction (17501 Colima Road, City of Industry), The Dylan (190 S. State College Blvd. Brea)
- Elderly Meal Program Map
- Gloria Molina YWCA food distribution: 7515 Pacific Blvd, Walnut Park, CA 90255
- Community and Senior Centers Senior Lunch Programs
- Senior Shopping Hour at Grocery Outlet in Altadena (located at 2270 Lake Ave., Altadena, CA 91001) offers a shopping slot exclusively for the elderly from 7am to 8am every day starting on Thursday, March 17
- Stay Housed LA: Resources you need to know your rights and legal assistance to back them up!
- Foster Youth: If you are or know of a foster youth that is staying at a college dorm room that is going to be closed due to the coronavirus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will provide or help you find housing during this transition.
- The Los Angeles Tenants Union is providing support around evictions. Find your local union here.
- St. Francis Center provides meal services, clothing closets, showers/bathroom services, and rental and utility assistance programs (over the phone) for homeless and low-income individuals in Los Angeles.
- California Mortgage Relief Application
- LA Job Portal for those whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19
- Unemployment, Disability and Paid Family Leave Resources
- Worksource Centers
- Youthsource Centers
- Benefits for workers impacted by COVID-19.
- Employment Development Department Frequently Asked Questions.
- California Labor Laws.
- LA County Grant for Local Businesses
- Paid family leave is available for those who stay home because they need to take care of someone who has contracted the virus (Covid-19) or who has been quarantined (must be certified by a medical professional). Learn how to File a Paid Family Leave Claim here.
- Disability benefits /paid sick leave are available for those who have actually contracted the virus themselves or who have been exposed to it and are quarantined (must be certified by a medical professional in the case of Disability Benefits). Learn how to File a Disability Insurance Claim here.
- Unemployment benefits are available to those whose hours have been reduced or who have lost their job due to coronavirus measures (and it also applies to those who choose to stay home due to underlying health issues making them more vulnerable). The Governor has waived the 1 week wait time and the person may not be required to be actively looking for work (as is usually required). Learn how to File an Unemployment Insurance Claim here.
- Worker's comp is available for those who are unable to do their usual job because they were exposed to and contracted Covid-19 while in the regular course of their job (i.e. healthcare workers)
- Directly from the Employment Development Department: “Employers experiencing a hardship as a result of COVID-19 may request up to a 60-day extension of time from the EDD to file their state payroll reports and/or deposit state payroll taxes without penalty or interest. A written request for extension must be received within 60 days from the original delinquent date of the payment or return.
- Low cost affordable internet connection for families
- Southern California Energy Responds to COVID-19 Emergency, Suspends Service Disconnections
- Southern California Gas will not disconnect services to customers who can’t pay bills amid coronavirus outbreak
- SPECTRUM Internet- offering 60 days of free wifi for low income families.
- Verizon will help customers and small businesses disrupted by impact of coronavirus
- Los Angeles Department of Water & Power still offering payment plan and suspending utility shut off for March (for now)
- Cox upgrading internet to help customers during Coronavirus
- San Diego Gas and Electric and Southern California Edison respond to customer needs
Resources for Undocumented, Uninsured and Immigrant Families
- Disaster Relief Assistance Program for Immigrants
- Department Public Social Services Financial Resource for Impacted Families
- Coronavirus Testing and Treatment for Uninsured
- Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions for Immigrants
- LA Mayors Office of Immigrant Affairs Resources
- Youth Justice Alliance Resources for Undocumented People
- Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights: Know Your Rights
COVID-19 Resources for Non-Citizens
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