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COVID-19 Information and Resources

My staff and I are committed to providing up-to-date and relevant resources to our District 9 community. You may contact our General Line at (619) 236-6699 or email GeorgetteGomez@sandiego.gov for a member of our staff to respond to you in a timely manner.

For support in Somali, Arabic or Farsi, please contact the Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans at (619) 363-6939

  • Hadaad ubaahantahay caawin dheeraad ah, fadlan laxiriir Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans — PANA: https://www.panasd.org (619) 363-6939
  • إذا كنت بحاجة إلى الوصول إلى الموارد ، فيرجى الاتصال بـ Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans — PANA: https://www.panasd.org (619) 363-6939
  • برای دسترسی به منابع با Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans — PANA: www.panasd.org (619) 363-6939 به تماس شوید

For support in Vietnamese, please contact the Little Saigon Foundation at (619) 362-6063.

  • Nếu quý vị cần tiếp cận các nguồn hỗ trợ vì đại dịch COVID-19, xin vui lòng liên lạc tổ chức Little Saigon Foundation 619-362-6063 để được giúp đỡ

District 9 Specific Resources Available

District 9 Resources

Organization Services Offered Contact
Food Distribution Sites in District 9
  • First Tee and Feeding San Diego - 4085 52nd St.; Monday through Friday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. For children 18 years and younger. Contact: 619-582-7884.
  • City Heights Assembly of God - 3737 Wightman Ave.; Daily hot food assistance at 11 a.m. 500 count. Contact: 619-281-4583
  • La Maestra Health Clinic- 4060 Fairmount Ave.; Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact: 619-280-4213
  • St Marks Episcopal Church - 4227 Fairmount Ave.; Wednesday through Thursday from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Contact: 619-283-6242
  • Mountain View Community Center - 641 S Boundary St.; First Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Colina Del Sol Park Recreation Center - 5319 Orange Ave.; Third Friday of each month from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Mid City Church of Nazarene - 4101 University Ave.; Third Wednesday of the month from 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m.

 

San Diego Food Bank

If you are in need of immediate food assistance, please dial 2-1-1 from your phone, and an operator will find your nearest food distribution site.

 

Website

Food Assistance: 2-1-1
Food Bank's toll free number: 1 (866) 350-3663

San Diego Unified School District Food & Nutrition Services

SDUSD has drive thru / walk-up distribution of daily prepared meals, free of charge. Meal distribution times for all locations will be from Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m:

Clark Middle School - 4388 Thorn St, San Diego, CA 92105 (Fairmount Village, District 9)

Cherokee Point Elementary School - 3735 38th St, San Diego, CA 92105 (Cherokee Point, District 9)

Ibarra Elementary School - 4877 Orange Ave, San Diego, CA 92115 (Colina Del Sol, District 9)

Website
City Heights Community Developement Corporation The City Heights CDC is providing Emergency Food Assistance and Emergency Rental Assistance to City Heights/Mid-City residents.

Emergency Food Assistance Phone: 858-361-8601

Emergency Rental Assistance: Phone: 619-584-1535

Wesley Community Services Emergency Food Assistance for Seniors. Food distribution in drive through form for seniors: Monday through Friday from 11AM to 3PM at 5380 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 Allen Langdale (619) 930-3409
Pro Kids | First Tee of San Diego  Emergency Food Distribution Youth Ages 0-18 and anyone with disabilities at Colina Park Golf Course 4085 52nd Street San Diego, CA 92105 11am – 1pm Monday – Friday. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals to children from low-income families when school is not in session. After a disaster, state agencies, school food authorities, and sponsors may decide to open emergency program feeding sites when schools or daycare centers must stay closed. All children and teens (age 18 and under) who visit an approved SFSP feeding site can get free meals. Meals are also available for people with disabilities, over age 18, who participate in school programs for the mentally or physically disabled. If a community is in need, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) may waive the rule to serve meals only in low-income areas. No application required. Phone: (619) 582-7884
City of San Diego

The City Council has voted to support a temporary moratorium on evictions for residents and businesses. Any resident or business missing rent payments due to a loss of income or medical bills resulting from novel coronavirus will be granted a stay.

Website
San Diego County Refugee Families Emergency Fund The Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans in collaboration with the Islamic Center of San Diego - ICSD, Karen Organization of San Diego, and the United Women of East Africa Support Team - UWEAST, is providing emergency support to refugees in the County who are managing reduced work hours or furloughs, dealing with job loss, and other challenges. San Diego County refugee families who require access to emergency resources are encouraged to call 619-363-6952.

Website

Phone: (619) 363-6952

Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans  — Website

Islamic Center of San Diego  — Website

Karen Organization of San Diego  — Website

United Women of East Africa Support Team  — Website

Special Senior Grocery Store Hours

Albertsons and Vons | 7 - 9am on Tuesdays and Thursdays | Open to seniors and at-risk populations, such as pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems. 

  • Vons - 6155 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 (Rolando Village, District 9)

Costco | 8 - 9am Monday - Friday | Open to members 60+. 

  • Costco - 650 Gateway Center Dr, San Diego, CA 92102 (Mt Hope, District 9)

Northgate Gonzalez Market | 7 - 8am | Open to seniors 65+ and people with disabilities. 

  • Northgate Gonzalez Market - 1410 S 43rd St, San Diego, CA 92113 (Southcrest, District 9)
  • Northgate Gonzalez Market - 5403 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92105 (El Cerrito, District 9)

Ralphs | 7 - 7:30am | Open to seniors 65+ daily at all locations.

  • Ralphs - 6670 Montezuma Rd, San Diego, CA 92115 (College Area, District 9)

Smart & Final | 7:30 - 8am | Open to seniors 65+, customers with disabilities, and pregnant women. 

  • Smart & Final Extra! - 6235 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 (Rolando Village, District 9)

 

KOGO Source
La Maestra Community Health Centers A mobile medical unit is at their City Heights location, 4060 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, CA 92105, to treat patients at risk for COVID-19.

Phone: (619) 255-9155

Website

The Dojo Cafe The Dojo Cafe is making their space available at 'Fair@44' located on El Cajon Blvd. between Fairmount Ave. & 44th St., as potential distribution hub of resources for the Mid-City area

Point of Contact: Carlos Solorio

csolorio@innovationhigh.org

San Diego Resources Available

General Resources Available

Organization Services Offered Contact
County of San Diego

Counties that choose to introduce policies promoting face coverings for their residents should make sure that these policies do not put increased demand on medical grade respirators, such as N95 and surgical masks. Counties should emphasize the use of face coverings in conjunction with evidence-based interventions such as staying at home, physical distancing when completing essential activities and washing hands.

California Department of Public Health guidance on face coverings

PDF icon County Emergency Health Order regarding face coverings, business protocols, and further clarification on gatherings

San Diego County District Attorney

Reporting Price Gauging. ocal law enforcement agencies are working together to protect San Diego County residents and to remind the public of consumer laws in place during the COVID-19 state of emergency to hold accountable those who prey on fear and vulnerabilities for personal gain by:

  • hiking prices on essential items
  • duping customers through false advertising

Newsletter Article

Price gouging and predatory business practices can be reported to the following agencies:

  • Affirmative Civil Enforcement Unit of the City Attorney’s Office, at (619) 533-5618 or online at Website
  • District Attorney’s Consumer Protection Unit at (619) 531-3507

National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) hotline (1-866-720-5721) or to the NCDF e-mail address disaster@leo.gov

San Diego County District Attorney

Reporting a hate crime. Local law enforcement agencies are working together to protect San Diego County residents and to remind the public of consumer laws in place during the COVID-19 state of emergency. In response to reports about discrimination and harassment against Asian Americans and immigrant populations, the agencies are sharing information regarding incidents of potential hate crimes and are warning the public not to engage in discriminatory behavior.

Newsletter Article

To report a hate crime, contact the San Diego Police Department at 619-531-2000 or 858-484-3154 or the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department at (858) 565-5200. For emergencies, call 9-1-1.

 

Family Law Resources

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego County District Attorney

Domestic Violence Resources Available During COVID-19 Closures. In the unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re all affected by the crisis. This is especially true for couples and families who may be at risk of domestic violence and who are now in close quarters amid Governor Gavin Newsom’s stay at home order.

In response, District Attorney Summer Stephan is reminding the public of resources available to victims of domestic violence. 

News Article
DA's Resources Available Page

National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233

Text Hotline: Text 'LOVEIS' to 22522

 

San Diego Family Justice Center San Diego Family Justice Center volunteer services coordinators stand ready to assist callers by creating a personal safety plan, and referring victims to critical resources like emergency housing, and obtaining a restraining order.

Website

SDFJC personnel may be reached at  (619) 533-6000 or (619) 533-6001 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The San Diego Domestic Violence Hotline is accessible 24 hours a day at 1-888-385-4657

 

 

 

Tax/Economic Information and Resources

Organization Services Offered Contact
IRS Information about how individuals and families can access the Economic Impact Payment passed under the CARES Act Website
San Diego County District Attorney

Beware of COVID-19 Economic Impact Payment Scams. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will begin to distribute COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments in a matter of weeks.Unfortunately, criminals and scammers are taking this unprecedented pandemic as an opportunity to exploit the public, which is why the San Diego County District Attorney joins the IRS in warning the public to be vigilant of scams.

Website
San Diego Workforce Partnership

COVID-19 Updates for Workers

  • List of resources for workers
  • List of resources for businesses
  • Webinars every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am for Workers Experiencing Work Stoppages, Layoffs or Furloughs
  • Matrix of benefits for workers
Website

 

Resources for Food Assistance

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego Food Bank If you are in need of immediate food assistance, please dial 2-1-1 from your phone, and an operator will find your nearest food distribution site.

Website

Food Assistance: 2-1-1
Food Bank's toll free number: 1 (866) 350-3663

San Diego Food Bank Senior Food Program San Diego Food Bank's Senior Food Program is a federal program that provides monthly supplemental food packages to income-eligible senior citizens ages 60 and over. The Food Bank administers the program and distributes USDA-provided food at distribution sites every month, throughout San Diego County. Participants must meet income requirements and provide proof of eligibility (e.g., valid identification with date of birth and proof of address, like utility, water, phone Bill). Eligible participants will receive a 30 lb. box of food and be entitled to receive a monthly food package from a site within your zip code on the allocated distribution day every month. Program Website
San Diego Unified School District Food & Nutrition Services

SDUSD has drive thru / walk-up distribution of daily prepared meals, free of charge. Meal distribution times for all locations will be from Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m:

Clark Middle School (District 9)

Sherman Elementary School

Cherokee Point Elementary School (District 9)

Zamorano Kearny High School 

Walker Elementary School

Farb Middle School

O’Farrell Charter School

Porter North Elementary School

Chollas-Mead Elementary School

Horton Elementary School

Perkins Elementary School

Ibarra Elementary School (District 9)

Website
Mama's Kitchen The Home Delivered Meal Program is designed for individuals that have been diagnosed with a critical illness and are unable to independently prepare their own meals Website
City Heights Community Developement Corporation The City Heights CDC is providing Emergency Food Assistance for City Heights/Mid-City residents. Phone: 858-361-8601
Wesley Community Services Emergency Food Assistance for Seniors. Food distribution in drive through form for seniors: Monday through Friday from 11AM to 3PM at 5380 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 Allen Langdale (619) 930-3409
Feeding San Diego Feeding San Diego works with hundreds of distribution partners to provide food and resources to the community. There are no requirements to accessing food at any of their distribution sites. Website
Pro Kids | First Tee of San Diego  Emergency Food Distribution Youth Ages 0-18 and anyone with disabilities at Colina Park Golf Course 4085 52nd Street San Diego, CA 92105 11am – 1pm Monday – Friday. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals to children from low-income families when school is not in session. After a disaster, state agencies, school food authorities, and sponsors may decide to open emergency program feeding sites when schools or daycare centers must stay closed. All children and teens (age 18 and under) who visit an approved SFSP feeding site can get free meals. Meals are also available for people with disabilities, over age 18, who participate in school programs for the mentally or physically disabled. If a community is in need, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) may waive the rule to serve meals only in low-income areas. No application required. Phone: (619) 582-7884
Serving Seniors

Meal pick-ups for unsheltered seniors are available at Gary and Mary West Senior Wellness Center, 1525 4th Ave., Ste. 200, San Diego, CA 92101. Breakfast pick-up: Mon – Fri, 7 – 8 a.m. Lunch pick-up: Mon-Fri, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Website

Phone: (619) 235-6572

Email: Meals@ServingSeniors

CalFresh

CalFresh is California's food stamps (SNAP) program. Apply to get up to $192 a month per household member on an EBT card.

Website
San Diego Hunger Coalition

Great resource bank for all food assistance available:

  • Food distribution sites
  • WIC *Senior meals
  • CalFresh/SNAP
Website
Kitchens for Good Food distribution every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 404 Euclid Ave Ste 101, San Diego, CA 92114 Website
Meals on Wheels  Meals on Wheels continues their delivery meal services with COVID-19 precautions in place. Anyone over the age of 60 may receive meals and friendly visits. There are no socio-economic requirements. Meals on Wheels San Diego County charges a onetime, non-refundable fee of $35 to begin meal delivery service. The program accepts CalFresh EBT cards (SNAP) for meal payments. Meals on Wheels San Diego County subsidizes 60% of the costs for meals, delivery, and other services provided regardless of a senior's ability to pay.

To enroll, call: Metro San Diego Service Center: (619) 295-9501

Website 

 

Jewish Family Services Jewish Family Services offers mobile delivery of meals on a sliding scale. This service is available to seniors and younger adults with disabilities or health conditions that prevent them from leaving their home. Meals are prepared daily in the JFS onsite kosher kitchen. JFS also offers low-sodium, gluten-free and vegetarian options.

Program Website

Contact: (858) 637-3210

Resources for Renters and Homeowners

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego Housing Commission

The City Council has voted to support a temporary moratorium on evictions for residents and businesses. Any resident or business missing rent payments due to a loss of income or medical bills resulting from novel coronavirus will be granted a stay until at least May. The San Diego Housing Commission is implementing policies to help SDHC rental assistance participants and residents of properties owned or managed by SDHC who are experiencing financial hardships related to COVID-19. They have also created a page dedicated to support and inform tenants in need of eviction protection.

 

COVID-19 Page

Eviction Ban Page

 

Legal Aid Society of San Diego

Legal Help with Housing, Debt Collection, Repossession, Sales Contracts, Housing Discrimination, Family Law, Immigration, Federal Tax Problems, CalWorks/CalFresh/General Relief, Conservatorships, Restraining Orders, SSI. They have also compiled a guide to San Diego County, City, and State Eviction Moratoriums related to COVID-19, including information renters/owners need to know and contact information. 

 

Website
City Heights Community Development Corporation The City Heights CDC provides Emergency Rental Assistance to City Heights/Mid-City renters. Phone: 619-584-1535
San Diego Gas & Electric SDGE will not be shutting off any amenities during the COVID crisis, and offers various payment and program support. Website
San Diego Worker Assistance Initiative Provide flexible resources to individuals impacted by layoffs and reduced working hours implemented by employers. Aimed for those impacted by job loss or wage reduction or in need of support with paying rent/mortgage.

Main Site: Website

Phone: 1-866-211-9966

Resources for Workers

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego Worker Assistance Initiative Provide flexible resources to individuals impacted by layoffs and reduced working hours implemented by employers. Aimed for those impacted by job loss or wage reduction or in need of support with paying rent/mortgage.

Main Site: Website

Phone: 1-866-211-9966

Labor & Workforce Development Agency

List of resources employees may be entitledto, including:

  • Disability Insurance
  • Paid Family Leave
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Worker's Compensation

Website

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

SBA provides low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to California small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus COVID-19

Website

PDF icon News Release

California Corona Virus Response Information, Questions & Answers, and Tax Resources for workers and employers. Website
San Diego Workforce Partnership

COVID-19 Updates for Workers

  • List of resources for workers
  • List of resources for businesses
  • Webinars every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am for Workers Experiencing Work Stoppages, Layoffs or Furloughs
  • Matrix of benefits for workers
Website
Legal Aid at Work

Undocumented Workers’ Employment Rights

Website

 

Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness

Organization Services Offered Contact

Regional Task Force on the Homeless

The San Diego Regional Task Force on the Homeless has several serivce providers operating as Coordinated Entry Access Points for people who are homeless or at risk of homlessness to provide access to resources that might be available to address their housing crisis. Access point staff may complete screenings, make emergency service referrals, and have conversations around housing options. It is important that clients remain in contact with the staff at access points and other homeless dedicated providers to ensure their needs and goals are appropriately identified and addressed.

 

Website

County of San Diego

As of April 17th, the County of San Diego has installed 296 hand washing stations, including in unincorporated areas and near transit stations, and 15 portable toilets have been distributed.

 

Interactive Map
San Diego Housing Commission SDHC will continue providing temporary shelter and supportive services to some of the City’s most vulnerable residents.

Website

Agency Directory

Serving Seniors

Meal pick-ups for unsheltered seniors are available at Gary and Mary West Senior Wellness Center, 1525 4th Ave., Ste. 200, San Diego, CA 92101. Breakfast pick-up: Mon – Fri, 7 – 8 a.m. Lunch pick-up: Mon-Fri, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Website

Phone: (619) 235-6572

Email: Meals@ServingSeniors

Dreams for Change Dreams’ Cuisine will continue to operate to ensure hot food accessibility is available to those experiencing homelessness. Dreams’ Cuisine food truck program will be on our Imperial site location, 5605 Imperial Ave
San Diego, CA 92114, Monday - Friday for lunch service.

Newsletter

 

Resources for Immigrant and Refugee Communities

Organization

Services Offered Contact
California Immigrant Guide

California Immigrants Guide Guide

 

Website
State of California—Health and Human Services Agency

California Department of Public Health

Immigrant Communities Guidance

Website
San Diego County Refugee Families Emergency Fund The Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans in collaboration with the Islamic Center of San Diego - ICSD, Karen Organization of San Diego, and the United Women of East Africa Support Team - UWEAST, is providing emergency support to refugees in the County who are managing reduced work hours or furloughs, dealing with job loss, and other challenges. San Diego County refugee families who require access to emergency resources are encouraged to call 619-363-6952.

Website

Phone: (619) 363-6952

Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans  — Website

Islamic Center of San Diego  — Website

Karen Organization of San Diego  — Website

United Women of East Africa Support Team  — Website

CalFresh

A CalFresh guide for immigrants.

Website
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

COVID-19 Resources for undocumented Californians.

Website
Legal Aid at Work

Undocumented Workers’ Employment Rights and Information.

Website
King County - Public Health COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations in various languages

Amharic / አማርኛ Website

Arabic / العربية Website

Chinese / 中文 Website

Filipino / Tagalog Website

French / Français Website

Hindi / हिन्दी Website

Japanese / 日本語 Website

Khmer / ភាសាខ្មែរ Website

Korean / 한국어Website

Marshallese / Kajin M̧ajeļ Website

Russian / Русский Website

Somali / af Soomaali Website

Spanish / Español Website

Thai / ภาษาไทย Website

Vietnamese/ Tiếng Việt Website

 

Resources for Seniors

Organization Services Offered Contact
Serving Seniors

All residents 60+ can now sign-up to receive meals delivered directly to their doors.

Website

Phone: (619) 235-6572

Email: Meals@ServingSeniors

Meals on Wheels Available to anyone 60 or older or younger people with health considerations --continuing deliveries with COVID-19 precautions in place

Website

Metro San Diego Service Center: (619) 295-9501

South County Service Center: (619) 420-2782

Wesley Community Services Emergency Food Assistance for Seniors Food distribution in drive through form for seniors: Monday through Friday from 11AM to 3PM 5380 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 Allen Langdale (619) 930-3409
Special Senior Grocery Store Hours

Albertsons and Vons | 7 - 9am on Tuesdays and Thursdays | Open to seniors and at-risk populations, such as pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems. 

Vons - 6155 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 (Rolando Village, District 9)

Baron's Market | 9 - 9:30am | Open to seniors 65+ and people with disabilities. 

Costco | Tuesday and Thursdays, 8 a.m.-9 a.m. | Open to members 60+ and those with physical impairments

  • Costco - 650 Gateway Center Dr, San Diego, CA 92102 (Mt Hope, District 9)

GTM Stores | 9 - 10am Monday - Friday | Open to seniors 65+ with ID.

Food4Less | Every day, 6 a.m.-7 a.m.|f or Seniors 60 years & older

  • Food 4Less - 5975 University Ave., San Diego, CA 92115 (University Avenue, District 4)

Northgate Gonzalez Market | Everyday from 7 - 8am | Open to seniors 65+ and people with disabilities. 

  • Northgate Gonzalez Market - 1410 S 43rd St, San Diego, CA 92113 (Southcrest, District 9)
  • Northgate Gonzalez Market - 5403 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92105 (El Cerrito, District 9)

Ralphs | 7 - 7:30am | Open to seniors 65+ daily at all locations.

  • Ralphs - 6670 Montezuma Rd, San Diego, CA 92115 (College Area, District 9)

Sam's Club | Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-9:00 A.M. | for Members who are Seniors and "high risk", Concierge "Shop from Your Car" Service

Smart & Final | 7:30 - 8am | Open to seniors 65+, customers with disabilities, and pregnant women. 

  • Smart & Final Extra! - 6235 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 (Rolando Village, District 9)

Stater Bros. Markets | Opening at 7:45am | Seniors 65+ will be able to enter the store 15 minutes before normal 8am opening time. 

Target | First hour of shopping every Wednesday | Open to seniors and those with underlying health concerns. 

Walmart | Hour-long senior shopping events every Tuesday, starting March 24. 

Whole Foods | One hour before regular opening hours | Open to seniors 60+. 

Vallarta Supermarkets: 7 a.m. Daily: Seniors 65+, Pregnant Women, Customers with a Disability

 

KOGO Source
San Diego Food Bank Senior Food Program San Diego Food Bank's Senior Food Program is a federal program that provides monthly supplemental food packages to income-eligible senior citizens ages 60 and over. The Food Bank administers the program and distributes USDA-provided food at distribution sites every month, throughout San Diego County. Participants must meet income requirements and provide proof of eligibility (e.g., valid identification with date of birth and proof of address, like utility, water, phone Bill). Eligible participants will receive a 30 lb. box of food and be entitled to receive a monthly food package from a site within your zip code on the allocated distribution day every month. Program Website
Meals on Wheels  Meals on Wheels continues their delivery meal services with COVID-19 precautions in place. Anyone over the age of 60 may receive meals and friendly visits. There are no socio-economic requirements. Meals on Wheels San Diego County charges a onetime, non-refundable fee of $35 to begin meal delivery service. The program accepts CalFresh EBT cards (SNAP) for meal payments. Meals on Wheels San Diego County subsidizes 60% of the costs for meals, delivery, and other services provided regardless of a senior's ability to pay.

To enroll, call: Metro San Diego Service Center: (619) 295-9501

Website

 

Jewish Family Services Jewish Family Services offers mobile delivery of meals on a sliding scale. This service is available to seniors and younger adults with disabilities or health conditions that prevent them from leaving their home. Meals are prepared daily in the JFS onsite kosher kitchen. JFS also offers low-sodium, gluten-free and vegetarian options.

Program Website

Contact: (858) 637-3210

 

Resources for Parents and Students

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego Unified School District Food & Nutrition Services

SDUSD has drive thru / walk-up distribution of daily prepared meals, free of charge. Meal distribution times for all locations will be from Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m:

Clark Middle School (District 9)

Sherman Elementary School

Cherokee Point Elementary School (District 9)

Zamorano Kearny High School 

Walker Elementary School

Farb Middle School

O’Farrell Charter School

Porter North Elementary School

Chollas-Mead Elementary School

Horton Elementary School

Perkins Elementary School

Ibarra Elementary School (District 9)

Website
Pro Kids | First Tee of San Diego  Emergency Food Distribution Youth Ages 0-18 and anyone with disabilities at Colina Park Golf Course 4085 52nd Street San Diego, CA 92105 11am – 1pm Monday – Friday. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals to children from low-income families when school is not in session. After a disaster, state agencies, school food authorities, and sponsors may decide to open emergency program feeding sites when schools or daycare centers must stay closed. All children and teens (age 18 and under) who visit an approved SFSP feeding site can get free meals. Meals are also available for people with disabilities, over age 18, who participate in school programs for the mentally or physically disabled. If a community is in need, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) may waive the rule to serve meals only in low-income areas. No application required. Phone: (619) 582-7884
California Department of Education California Department of Education Guidance, Frequent Questions & Answers, and Information. Website
San Diego County Office of Education

Distance Learning resources for administrators and teachers to support students and parents.

Website
Spectrum Spectrum is offering two free months of internet and WiFi services to new customers in households with Pre-K to 12 or college students who need remote education. Website
YMCA YMCA is providing enhanced referrals for childcare needs.

Website

Phone: 1-800-481-2151

Email: myreferral@ymca.org

San Diego Unified School District Instructional Continuity Resources

Instructional resource page with activities, lessons, and digital resources developed to provide families in San Diego Unified School District support during school closures.

Website

UHAUL U-Haul will extend 30 days of free self-storage at U-Haul-owned and -operated facilities to help college students impacted by unforeseen schedule changes at their universities. Website

 

Resources for Businesses

Organization Services Offered Contact
San Diego Workforce Partnership

COVID-19 Updates for Businesses, including access to capital, consulting services, and other resources.

Website
City of San Diego

Small Business Relief Fund to provide grants and forgivable or low- to zero-interest-rate loans to eligible small businesses for working capital.

Website
Labor & Workforce Development Agency

Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Resources for Employers and Workers, including Workplace Health & Safety Guidance and Employer assistance.

Website
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019.

Website
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

Disaster Loan Assistance - Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Nonprofits, Homeowners, and Renters

Website

South County Economic Development Council

South County EDC's Emergency Business Loan Program

Website

LISC and Verizon

Grants for small businesses

Website

 

Health and Wellness Resources

Organization Services Offered Contact
La Maestra Community Health Centers A mobile medical unit is at their City Heights location, 4060 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, CA 92105, to treat patients at risk for COVID-19.

Phone: (619) 255-9155

Website

Scripps Medical Scripps Medical is providing a phone line that connects patients to a team of nurses to screening people with symptoms associated with the COVID-19 .

Phone Line:

(888) 261-8431

Website

California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

State of California - Health Care Resources, Q&A, and other information. Website
YCMA Healthy & Fitness YMCA has provided on demand home fitness videos. Website
County of San Diego - Behavior Health Services County's page on managing your mental health and coping during COVID-19. Website

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC's Page on Managing Anxiety & Stress during COVID-19. Website
Covered California

California health officials are now allowing anyone who lost a job or work hours because of business closures related to the coronavirus to sign up for health insurance,

Open Enrollment was going to end April 30, but has been extended through June 30 so that anyone who is uninsured and eligible can sign up.

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FreeClinicDirectory.org Free and low cost clinics in San Diego county. These clinics can help low-income and uninsured people by offering free and discounted rates for medical and/or dental care Website
Covered California Health Insurance Company Contact Information

Health Insurance Company Contact Information:

Anthem Blue Cross of California: Website Phone: (855) 634-3381

Blue Shield of California: Website Phone: (855) 836-9705

Chinese Community Health Plan: Website Phone: (888) 775-7888

Health Net: Website Phone:(800) 400-8987

Kaiser Permanente: Website Phone:(800) 464-4000

L.A. Care Health Plan: Website Phone: (855) 270-2327

Molina Healthcare: Website Phone:(888) 858-2150

Oscar Health Plan of California: Website Phone: (855) 672-2755

Sharp Health Plan: Website Phone: (800) 359-2002

Valley Health Plan: Website Phone: (888) 421-8444

Western Health Advantage: Website Phone:(888) 563-2250

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County of San Diego

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