Stay Safe

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? Below you will find a list of resources to keep you and your community safe.

Medical Attention

Domestic Violence

Hate Incidences & Crime

  • If you or someone have experienced a hate crime please report it to your local authorities.
  • Stand Against Hatred a Campaign by Asian Americans Advancing Justice is tracking stories. See link.
  • The Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council is tracking incident reports.
  • If you were dismissed from work because the employer made assumptions or treated you differently because of your race, ethnicity or you come from another country you may want to consider filing a charge for discrimination. Legal Aid at Work has a great step by step available in Engish, Spanish, and Chinese.
  • Viruses don’t discriminate – an information sheet to clarify stigmas during COVID-19.

Depression & Suicide

Addiction & Substance Abuse