Coronavirus Resources

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In response to support families and students many individuals and organizations compiled lists of resources to support families across districts, counties, states, and nationwide. We wanted to re-share some of the resources we found to support families as we try to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Click on any of the following icons for a list of resources to support families.

Research shows that helping students create a flexible structure around learning is not a bad idea. In the Keep Learning page, you will find a list of free resources to support student learning during school closures.

 

With school closures, organizations and communities are rallying together to provide meals to those in most need. In the Keep Healthy page, you will find a list of resources to support your family’s nutrition.

 

COVID-19 has impacted us in many ways. Some of our community members are being laid-off, some are in danger of ICE raids in their homes, some are afraid to seek medical attention others are worried about potential evictions. In the Stay Empowered page, you will find a list of resources to help our communities know their rights.

COVID-19 has millions of workers unemployed. Families In Schools has compiled a list of resources including discounts, deferred payment supports, and other financial resources to support families and individuals across California. In the Financial Support page, you will find a list of resources to help families and communities.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on society, multiple Internet Service Providers have made updates to their low-cost internet service programs to ensure individuals and families stay connected to the internet during this challenging time. In the Stay Connected page, you will find a list of resources to help your family stay connected online.

To slow the spread of COVID-19 many cities and states have ordered a “shelter-in-place,” and to stay at home other than for essential trips and services. But what do you do when your home is a dangerous place? What if you’re going through depression? Or fear being attacked due to your race or sexual orientation?  What if you need medical attention, but have no insurance? In the Stay Safe page, you will find a list of resources to keep you and your community safe.

Change can feel overwhelming, especially when it comes rapidly. Through these rapid changes, it is essential to take care of our health and wellness and to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. In the Stay Well section, you will find a list of resources for more information on the coronavirus as well as resources to support your family’s health and wellness.

COVID-19 has impacted our daily lives, including the lives of undocumented immigrants. We want families to know that there are resources that can support them in this time of need. In the Undocumented Immigrants section, are some of the resources that we have compiled to support undocumented immigrant and mixed-status families.