COVID-19 Resources

To SALT 2 Members,

Please see the attached to assist with decreasing anxiety in Adults and Children; during these uncertain times.   Please share!

Coronavirus-Anxiety-Workbook  

Coronavirus-Kids-Book

*Remember to be safe, healthy, happy and well.

 

Grocery Gift Cards

 

Beginning Thursday, April 2, 2020 families can obtain grocery gift cards through our network of Family Source Centers. 3-1-1 staff will connect callers to a Family Source Center to apply over the phone and schedule an appointment. 

 

Families/Individuals must call first before visiting the FSC. Walk-in appointments are not available for public safety reasons. 

 

To be eligible the household must meet the Federal Poverty Level (see Table 1 below) and have been denied unemployment insurance benefit -or- ineligible for public benefits (i.e. CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief, etc.) and/or applied for unemployment insurance benefit, CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief or CalFresh, and have not received their first check.

 

You can also visit the Family source Center website at: https://hcidla.lacity.org/family-source-centers for other services they are providing.

 

 

Table 1

Family Size

Poverty Level

1 Person

$0-$12,400

2 Persons

$0-$16,910

3 Persons

$0-$21,330

4 Persons

$0-$25,750

5 Persons

$0-$30,170

6 Persons

$0-$34,590

7 Persons

$0-$39,010

8 Persons

$0-$43,430

9 Persons

$0-$47,850

10 Persons

$0-$52,270

11 Persons

$0-$56,690

12 Persons

$0-$61,010

 

Family Source Center

Serving Zip Codes

Boyle Heights

El Centro de Ayuda

2130 E. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA  90033

(323) 576-9301

 

House of Operation: 

Monday - Thursday 8am-7pm

Friday 8am-5pm

90023

90033

90063

and surrounding neighborhoods

El Sereno/Lincoln Heights

Barrio Action  Youth & Family Center

4927 Huntington Dr. North, Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA  90032

(323) 221-0770

 

Hours of Operation:

Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri: 9am-6pm

Tues: 9am-8pm

Sat (selected): 9am-3pm

90031

90032

90042

90065

and surrounding neighborhoods

Echo Park/Cypress Park

El Centro del Pueblo

1824 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA  90026

(213) 483-6335

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday 8:30am-8pm

90026

90039

and surrounding neighborhoods

Hollywood

Volunteers of America Los Angeles

1075 N. Western Ave.

Los Angeles, CA  90029

(323) 364-8663

 

Hours of Operation: 

Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4pm

90029

90038

and surrounding neighborhoods

North Valley

New Economics for Women

21400 Saticoy St., 2nd Fl., Canoga Park, CA 91304

(818) 887-3872

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm--

91303

91304

91306

91307

91311

91324

91335

91343

91356

91367

and surrounding neighborhoods

Pacoima

EL Nido Family Centers

11243 Glenoaks Boulevard

Pacoima, CA 91331

(818) 896-777

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8am-6pm

Saturday 9am-12pm

91331

91342

91344

91352

and surrounding neighborhoods

Southeast

All Peoples Community Center

822 E. 20th St., Los Angeles, CA  90011

(213) 747-6357

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 9am-5:30pm

90011

and surrounding neighborhoods

Southeast/Watts

Watts Labor Community Action Committee

1212 E. 108th St., Los Angeles CA  90059

(323) 357-6262

 

Hours of Operation: 

Monday - Friday 8:30am-5:30pm

90001

90002

90003

90059

90061

and surrounding neighborhoods

Southwest

El Nido Family Centers

2069 W. Slauson Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90047

(323) 998-0093

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8am-6pm

Saturday 9am - 12pm

90007

90037

90047

90062

and surrounding neighborhoods

Southwest/Florence

The Children’s Collective, Inc.

915 W. Manchester Street, Los Angeles, CA 90044

(323) 789-4717

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5pm

90003 

90008 

90037 

90043 

90044

and surrounding neighborhoods

Van Nuys

New Economics for Women

6946 Van Nuys Blvd. Suite 220, Van Nuys, CA 91405

(818) 786-4098

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday 9am - 5pm

91316

91325

91343

91345

91402

91405

91406

91423

91411

91403

91401

91342

91403

91402

91601

91605

91606

91607

and surrounding neighborhoods

West Adams

1736 Family Crisis Center

2116 W. Arlington Ave. Suite 200, Los Angeles CA 90018

(323) 737-3900

 

5213 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA  90019

(323) 904-3832

 

Hours of Operation:

M-8 am-6 pm

T - 8 am-8 pm

W -8 am - 4:30 pm

Th -8 am - 8 pm

F - 8 am -4:30 pm

90004

90007

90008

90016

90018

90019

90035

90036

90047

90048

and surrounding neighborhoods

Westlake/Pico-Union

Central City Neighborhood Partners

501 S. Bixel St., Los Angeles, CA  90017

(213) 482-8618

 

Hours of Operation: 

Monday - Friday 9am-6pm

90006

90012

90015

90017

90057

and surrounding neighborhoods

West Los Angeles

Latino Resource Organization

1645 Corinth Ave., #112, Los Angeles, CA 90025

(424) 293-8297

 

Hours of Operation:  

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

90024

90025

90034

90064

90066

90067

90095

90291

and surrounding neighborhoods

Wilmington/San Pedro

Toberman Neighborhood Center

131 N. Grand Ave., San Pedro, CA  90731

(310) 832-1145 ext. 106

 

Hours of Operation:  

Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm

90501

90502

90710

90731

90744

and surrounding neighborhoods

Wilshire

P.F. Breese Foundation

184 S. Bimini Pl., Los Angeles, CA  90004

(213) 387-2822

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 9am-6pm

90004

90005

90020

90027

90052

and surrounding neighborhoods

 

Community Resources:

 

https://sd30.senate.ca.gov/covid-19-community-resources?fbclid=IwAR1tRzWstBcv69IVx2PXwbKLVBOAmqa0XYDPRLZtVeRzu_zm5yPvM3N2_ns

 

Washing Stations:


https://www.lahsa.org/documents?id=4340-hygiene-services-locations

 

Immigrant Community Resources:

 

 
 

Immigrants in Los Angeles County, like all Angelenos, are worried about the coronavirus pandemic. Many are afraid that receiving public assistance will affect their immigration status. Immigrants, like everyone else, should seek the help they need, regardless of their immigration status.

Join us to learn about the wraparound services the County of Los Angeles has for immigrants and their families to help them get through these extreme times, including:

  • Assistance for impacted workers and small business owners
  • Public Charge: Who and what services are impacted
  • Testing and treatment doesn’t affect their immigration status
  • Wraparound services for unaccompanied minors and adult immigrants being released from detention center

WHEN:

Wednesday, April 1

2:30 p.m.

SPEAKERS:

  • Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, Chair Pro Tem
    First District – County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors
  • Ricardo Garcia, Public Defender, County of Los Angeles
  • Rigo Reyes (MC), Executive Director, Office of Immigrant Affairs
    Department of Consumer and Business Affairs
  • Sebastian Sanchez, Attorney
    Justice for Workers Program – Bet Tzedek Legal Services
  • Daniel Sharp, Chief, Office of Immigrant Affairs
    Department of Consumer and Business Affairs
  • Maggie Becerra, Deputy Director, Wage Enforcement Program
    Department of Consumer and Business Affairs

WATCH LIVE:

Media Contact:

Los Angeles County Joint Information Center - COVID-19

pio@ceooem.lacounty.gov

(424) 241-3775

 

If you require special accommodations, please call (213) 952-9036.

COVID-19 County websites:

Media Accessibility for People with Disabilities & others with Access & Functional Needs

Federal Communication Commission rules under Section 255 of the Communications Act require telecommunications service providers to make their products and services accessible to people with disabilities, if such access is readily achievable. Where access is not readily achievable, service providers must make their devices and services compatible with peripheral devices and specialized customer premises equipment that are commonly used by people with disabilities, if such compatibility is readily available.

211 L.A. County

Los Angeles County residents, renters, and business owners, including persons with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, may call 211 L.A. County at any time for emergency preparedness information and other referral services. The toll-free 2-1-1 number is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. 

COVID-19 NAMI Resource Guide:

 

https://www.nami.org/getattachment/About-NAMI/NAMI-News/2020/NAMI-Updates-on-the-Coronavirus/COVID-19-Updated-Guide-1.pdf?lang=en-US

 

Del Amo Telepsyhiatric Help:

 

Del Amo Hospital has launched our Electronic Telehealth Psychiatric Evaluation Team,

 

Monday, April 6, 2020.  If you have a patient who requires a psychiatric assessment for danger to self, danger to others, or gravely disabled, we can assist you.

 

 

 

To initiate the process, contact our Intake Department, 310-784-2219, and they will assist you. Also see the guidelines below. I have also attached our guidelines and a consent form.

 

If needed, Del Amo can still physically send someone for a psychiatric assessment per request.

 

Additionally,  Del Amo Hospital’s Adult Partial Hospitalization Programs and Intensive Outpatient (PhP/IOP)  and Adolescent IOP programs

 

remain open on our virtual platforms. If you have anyone who needs additional outpatient mental health support, please contact us.

 

Please contact me anytime if you have questions, 310-505-6302, Mobile.

 

Additional Resources:

1) Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA): Please see attached documents regarding CHIRLA's COVID-19 resources, in both English and Spanish. Also, CHIRLA will be conducting virtual presentations for the community. Details to come as CHIRLA finalizes the logistics and topics. However, if you are interested, or know of any organization that may be interested in these virtual presentations, please email Marisol Rubio: mrubio@chirla.org. 

2) Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), has launched a helpline for students and families to call and speak with mental health counselors. The helpline number is: (213) 241-3840, and is available Monday- Friday (from 6:00am- 6:00pm). 

3) Sisters on the Streets will be receiving a donation of feminine hygiene products from Kotex U. If your agency is in need of these products, please send an email to sistersonthestreet@gmail.com, to coordinate a drop-off date and an estimate of supplies you will be needing for a 30-day supply. The following are items that can be delivered/mailed: pads, liners, tampons and/or dispensers. The only request is that the product dispensers are placed directly into the restrooms and kept stocked to ensure products are accessible at all times without women having to ask. 

4) One Degree Updates, on behalf of Stephanie Stone, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (sstone3@dhs.lacounty.gov)

-Please note the previously disseminated Survey Monkey link for entering individual resources will now redirect everyone to a Google form. You may continue to submit entire resource lists to the email address help@1degree.org as well. In addition, we ask everyone for feedback on how to make the COVID-19 guide more helpful. Please help them assess whether the guide is organized in a way that is useful to you and your partners. The links are below and can be accessed directly at  https://about.1degree.org/covid-19-la-en

Share resources or resource guides with us that we should add! Complete this form or email us at help@1degree.org

Inform us if a resource or other information listed incorrectly on the guide. We will review your suggestions, confirm the accuracy, and make the appropriate edits. Complete this form or email us at help@1degree.org.

The online resource and referral platform One Degree is seeking volunteer staff to assist in translation and entry of resources specific to the COVID-19 pandemic for the guide. Please join CSULA and other volunteer networks in this call to action.

 Below are the links for data and Spanish translation volunteers - please share with networks, greatly appreciated! 

-Data Volunteer 

https://forms.gle/1EgyRbgZxomQh6A26

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NAMI San Fernando Valley

HelpLine: (818) 994-6747
email: info@namisanfernandovalley.org

Physical Address: 20151 Nordhoff Street, Chatsworth, CA 91311

 

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