- Some people can get a break on their car insurance while stay-at-home orders are in place.
- Individuals who qualify may be able to delay their student loan payments.
- There are organizations providing support for students who lack computer or internet access.
- Help for small business owners and employees may be available.
- Some grocery stores have special hours for seniors and at-risk populations.
- There are expanded resources available for those experiencing food insecurity, including CalFresh and food bank locations.
- Health care enrollment, including Medi-Cal and Covered California, have been extended until June 30, 2020. Some organizations are offering enrollment assistance over the phone!
Where to Find Assistance
These are stressful, rapidly changing times for all of us. People may need extra help with food, housing, utilities or other basic needs — and finding and accessing the right resources can be overwhelming. Below are some of our most comprehensive, frequently-updated community resources:
San Diego County
211 San Diego
211 Imperial Valley
Lift To Rise
Feeding San Diego
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), COVID-19 information
California Coronavirus COVID-19 Response
Did you know? During the COVID-19 crisis:
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