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Health Care and Coverage During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • To find Health Access California’s most recent advice on care and coverage options, click here. They offer advice to all, regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status.
  • Dignity Health’s Virtual Care Anywhere provides virtual urgent care for free to anyone experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 in Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties. Access the service at org/virtualcareanywhere, by calling 855-356-8053, or by downloading the Virtual Care Anywhere app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and using the coupon code COVID19. The service is normally $35 per visit, but this will be waived for any patient who thinks they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. See the flyer here and view these FAQs.
  • LA County COVID-19 testing. Schedule an appointment here.
  • Are your a member of L.A. Care? Access information about tele-health visits here. Members can also call the L.A. Care Nurse Advice Line at (800) 249-3619 (TTY 711), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Benefits: Medi-Cal, CalFresh, CalWORKs, Unemployment, WIC and Food Resources

  • All DPSS benefits, Medi-Cal, CalFRESH, CalWORKs and General Relief will continue uninterrupted during March, April and May 2020. Offices are closed, but online applications are being accepted. Get more details here.
  • The Department of Public Social Services has provided resources to help residents who may be experiencing financial challenges due to the pandemic. Read more hereThis L.A. Times article also explains how to file for unemployment if you’ve lost your job due to coronavirus closures.
  • WIC Services During COVID-19 Outbreak: In Los Angeles County, many WIC offices are not providing face-to-face services, but are serving families by phone, text, and email. People who have been economically affected by the COVID-19 crisis and are pregnant, postpartum or have a child under five years old can apply for WIC services by texting APPLY to 91997, calling WIC at 888-942-2229, or visiting org/applyInformation in Spanish is available.
  • Meals for the elderly: The City of Los Angeles is doubling its efforts to deliver 12,000 meals a day directly to the homes of senior citizens. If you’re 60 or older and live in the city of LA call (213) 263-5226 between 9am-5pm to sign up for meal delivery.
  • School Meals During School Closure:
    • The “CA Meals for Kids” mobile app has been updated to help students and families find meals during COVID-19-related emergency school closures. It’s available on Apple, Android, or Microsoft mobile devices. Download it here.
    • Visit org/SchoolMeals to find a comprehensive list of school sites where families can go to access free food for their children.
  • is reimbursing families who use SNAP (CalFresh in Calif.) up to $50 when they purchase groceries and other essentials using an EBT card. Here are details on how to get paid.
  • Food banks and pantries: There are a number of food bank and pantry directories available to help Angelenos find the ones closest to them, including:
  • The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank Food Pantry Locator
  • The California Association of Food Banks Directory
  • The California Volunteer’s Food Banks and Shelter Directory
  • Food and Nutrition Service Response to COVID-19
  • USDA:Find Meals for Kids When Schools are Closed
  • Free Food Resources For LA County Residents: Click here for more information.
  • Assistance with Food expenses near you: Click here for options and food distribution near you.
  • Food delivery assistance: Call 1-888-863-7411 or click here for more information.

Social Distancing

Working with Parents and Families


Child Development

  • Recorded Webinar: Using an Anti-Bias Lens to Examine Early Childhood Children’s Books : Even before young children can read, family members, childcare providers and teachers read them stories about people in far away places, sometimes from the distant past and sometimes about people whose lives are similar to their own. The impressions and messages contained in these stories can last a lifetime. Unfortunately, the impressions imparted by some books are not always positive and free from bias. Participate in this webinar to learn what children’s first teachers can do to take full advantage of their early windows of opportunity to prevent the development of prejudice. Linda A. Santora, from the Anti-Defamation League, and Cheryl Kilodavis, Author of My Princess Boywill offer their insights about how to ensure the books you select prepare children’ to succeed in our diverse world.

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