In order to support emergency care during the Covid-19 State of Emergency, funding is now available to child care providers for cleaning supplies, personal protective equipment, and other supplies. In order to receive the funds child care providers MUST BE OPEN AND SERVING CHILDREN OR plan on re-opening no later than 9/30/20.
Providers are eligible for funds to pay for:
- Cleaners and sanitizers
- Masks, gloves and other PPE
- Labor costs associated with additional time for cleaning or cleaning services
- Supplies including instructional materials necessary to implement social distancing and other reasonable health and safety costs associated with responding to state and local health official COVID-19 guidance.
The funds will be available on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis. Providers do not need to provide receipts for these purchases. Reimbursement rates are calculated based on a licensed capacity or the number of children legally served.
Providers may choose to request the full amount in funds or request that Pathways LA purchase supplies on their behalf. Please note that, if still available, funds can be paid within two to three weeks after your request is received, but supplies will need to be ordered and will not be available immediately possibly taking an additional 30-90 days based on product availability. Providers may also request a combination of both, and the cost of the supplies will be deducted from the total amount of eligible funds.
Click here to download the required the self-certification form. Upon completion return as a PDF or photo to CovidSupplies@pathwaysla.org. Please call 213-427-2710 with any questions. If you have not received a payment from Pathways LA in the last 12 months please download this W-9 form and send it in with your self-certification form; failure to do so will delay your potential disbursement of funds.
Con el fin de apoyar el cuidado infantil de emergencia durante el estado de emergencia de Covid-19, fondos para materiales de limpieza, equipos de protección personal y otros suministros para los proveedores de cuidado infantil están ahora disponibles. Para recibir los fondos, los proveedores de cuidado infantil DEBEN ESTAR ABIERTOS Y PROVEYENDO SERVICIOS DE CUIDADO DE NIÑOS o planear en reabrir a más tardar el 9/30/20.
Los proveedores son elegibles para fondos para pagar lo siguiente:
- Limpiadores y desinfectantes
- Máscaras, guantes y otros PPEs
- Costos de mano de obra asociados con tiempo adicional para limpieza o servicios de limpieza
- Suministros que incluyen materiales de instrucción necesarios para implementar el distanciamiento social y otros costos razonables de salud y seguridad asociados con las guías oficiales estatales y locales relacionadas con COVID-19.
Los fondos estarán disponibles HASTA AGOTAR EXISTENCIAS. Los proveedores no necesitan proporcionar recibos por estas compras. Las tarifas de reembolso se calculan en base a la capacidad de la licencia o el número de niños atendidos legalmente.
Los proveedores pueden optar por solicitar el monto total en fondos o solicitar que Pathways LA compre suministros en su nombre. Tenga en cuenta que, si está disponible, los fondos se pueden pagar entre dos a tres semanas al ser solicitados, pero los suministros deberán ser comprados y no estarán disponibles inmediatamente, puede ser que atrasados de 30 a 90 dias dependiendo de disponibilidad. Los proveedores también pueden solicitar una combinación de ambos, y el costo de los suministros se deducirá del monto total de los fondos elegibles.
Haga clic aquí para descargar el formulario de autocertificación requerido. Una vez completado, por favor envíelo en formato PDF o foto a CovidSupplies@pathwaysla.org. Por favor llame al 213-427-2710 si tiene alguna pregunta. Si usted no ha recibido un pago de Pathways LA en los pasados doce meses, por favor haga clic aqui para descargar la forma W-9 y mandela con su forma. Al no hacerlo atrasara el pago.
Accurate, Up-to-Date Information on COVID-19
- Los Angeles County Department of Public Health–
- Latest updates from the DPSS Director.
- California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response(official site of the state of California and California Department of Health)
- City of Los Angeles: COVID-19: Keeping Los Angeles Safe
- Long Beach Health Department: COVID-19
Info line: 562-570-INFO; Twitter: #COVID19LongBeach
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- The White House Coronavirus (COVID-19) Taskforce: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- gov Government Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19
- World Health Organization
- Kaiser Family Foundation State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus
- The L.A. Times coronavirus pageis updated twice each weekday with answers to common questions.
- LAist’s No-Panic Guide To The Coronavirus In LA
- California Department of Education: Forms Available for Essential Workers and At – Risk Populations Emergency Childcare Services.
- EveryChild California: COVID-19 resource page
- NPR: Tips For Homeschooling During Coronavirus
- LA County Library is offering a temporary digital card, valid for 90 days. Get yours at LACountyLibrary.org/library-cards and gain access to all of the Library’s digital offerings, including eBooks, audio-books, magazines, movies, TV, homework help, online classes, and more. For more information about Coronavirus and Library resources, including Express Holds Pickup offerings at select libraries, visit LACountyLibrary.org/coronavirus.
- Free Audible for as long as schools are closed: get audio-books in English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese, and Italian.
- KCET and PBS At Home Learning Resources
- The Genius of Play: Learning At-Home Resources While Social Distancing
- LAist: Kids Stuck At Home? Here’s How To Keep Them Busy And Grow Their Brains At The Same Time
- CATCH Health at Home: COVID-19 Distance Learning Resources
- Comprehensive List of Educational Resources
- Virtual Classes and Activities for Lower Elementary
- Elementary Digital Learning by Subject Area
- The Organ Wise Guys Educational Resources
- Free/Discounted Internet Access for Students
- Get Connected Los Angeles: Find affordable ways to get online
- Spectrum and other providers offer free internet for students at home
- Spectrum Internet Offer
- Comcast Internet Offer
- Cox Communications Internet Offer
- TruConnect.com is offering free phones and phone services to families affected by COVID-19
- Wonder Workshop: Resources for Remote Learning
- Common Sense Media: Free Online Events and Activities for Kids at Home
- Video: How Grown-ups vote.
- Video: LACC staff are sharing group activities for children and parents at home
- Video: How Germs Spread
- Video: For the Love of Animals
- Video: Current Events—perfect for conversation or asking questions (5-12 grades)
- Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school
- Peer support for Autism Spectrum Disorder—social network with forums, information, and chatrooms. Click here.
- A list of free educational subscriptions
- Teaching how to type (Google account login for easier access)
- Everyday interactive life
- Reading comprehension curriculum (account setup required
- Math games and quizzes.
- Activities for children of all ages (Spanish)
- Examples on how to create schedules for daily routines
- Musical activities for families.
- A wonderful collection of activities that range from live webcam shows, tutorials, and tours. Click here.
- Yoga Exercises (Dropbox required)
- Activities with Household items—very creative and multi-functional
- Science experiments + other activities
- Virtual field trips (from the zoo to Mars).
- Puzzles: Puzzles! Puzzles galore!
- Free PDF downloads or virtual coloring
- COVID-19: Resources for Families and Educators:
Emotional, Mental, & Spiritual Resources
- Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19 – Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- Mental Health Consideration during COVID-19 – World Health Organization (WHO)
- Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety – Harvard Health
- Coronavirus Anxiety: How to Prepare, Not Panic – Psycomm
- Speaking of Psychology: Coronavirus Anxiety – Podcast on COVID-19 anxiety
- Managing Children’s Fear, Anxiety in the Age of COVID-19 – Medspace
- Headspace – 2-week Free Trial for new Joiners
- Calm – Calm Premium provides a 1-week free trial for new joiners
- Self-Havening for Health Empowerment & Anxiety Reduction – Coronavirus/COVID-19 w/ Dr. Kate Truitt – YouTube link to a guided meditation session
- Talkspace is now hosting daily #MentalHealthStandUps on its Instagram Stories.
- Sankofa.org x For Freedoms – Daily Guided Meditation – Twice a day from 3/17 – 3/24
- Commune Virtual Studio – Free yoga, meditation, and health practices.
- Interfaith Prayer Guide
- A Prayer During Times of COVID-19 (Protestant)
- Jewish Grief & Mourning Guide
- Islamic Guidelines on COVID-19
- Prayer by Pope Francis
- Catholic Prayer Resources
- Prayer Guide in Spanish – en espanol
- Prayers for Times of a Public Health Concern
- Intercessory Prayer Guide
Resources for Immigrant and Refugee Angelenos
- Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs: COVID-19 Information and Resources for Immigrant and Refugee Angelenos
- LA County Office of Immigrant Affairs:
- Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions for Immigrants(Spanish, Korean|Chinese|Khmer)
- Disaster Relief Assistance For Immigrants (DRAI): Click here
- Coronavirus Testing & Treatment for Uninsured L.A. County Residents (Spanish|Chinese)
Uninsured individuals can get free coronavirus testing and treatment, regardless of immigration status. They may also qualify for My Health LA, a health-care program for low-income LA County residents. Call 844-744-6452for more information. Visit lacounty.gov/MHLA for a list of their clinics.
- Relief Funds For Undocumented Workers in California
- California Immigrant Guide: COVID-19 Information for Immigrant Communities
- Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) Community Hotline: (888) 624-4752
- Webinar: Citizenship Application Assistance During COVID-19 on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Register Here
- Protecting Immigrant Families: Immigrant Eligibility for Public Programs During COVID-19
- Public Defender: Call (213) 974-0572 or (833) 974-3003 for a hotline for those who are in immigrant custody or fear they may be in immigrants custody in the future.
- Undocumented Workers’ Employment: Information on undocumented workers’ employment rights.
- Guidelines for Undocumented People and DACA Recipients on COVID-19: https://www.chirla.org/avada_portfolio/community-education/
- General Resources for Undocumented People: A list of general resources for the undocumented community.
Business Loans and Check Disbursements
- Disaster Loan Assistance: Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Non-profits, Homeowners and Renters: https://covid19relief.sba.gov/#/
- SBA Loans: Additional information on SBA Paycheck Protection Program. https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options/paycheck-protection-program-ppp
- Small Business Loan: The City of Los Angeles has set up the Los Angeles City Small Business Emergency Microloan Program to help small business affected by COVID-19. Click here
- 2020 Recovery Rebate Tax Credit: A rebate tax credit will be available to all adults who have a valid Social Security number, authorized to work, and are not claimed as a dependent on another person’s tax return. https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments
- City of Los Angeles – Angeleno Card: The City of Los Angeles is providing direct financial assistance to residents through the Angelo Card. Immigration status is not considered for eligibility. Available funds depend on income. For more information call 213-263-6774 or visit https://hcidla.lacity.org/
- Stimulus check bracket breakdown: Click here.
- LA Covid-19 Community Connector: Crucial resources for vulnerable residents, small businesses, and nonprofits.
- Small business interest free deferral of taxes of sales/ use tax: Up to $50,000 for business with less than $5 million in taxable sales
- Economic Disaster Loan Assistance: https://www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance/coronavirus-covid-19#/
- Paycheck Protection Program: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options/paycheck-protection-program-ppp
- Extension for business filling taxes: https://cdtfa.ca.gov/
- General resources for Small Businesses: https://business.ca.gov/coronavirus-2019/
Job Opportunities/ Unemployment Resources
- 99 Cents is looking to hire immediately in Inglewood, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Gardena, Redondo Beach, Torrance, Carson and Lomita. For more information click here. Application can be viewed here.
- Foster Farms is hiring for multiple positions at its Compton site. Click here. Application can be viewed here.
- Spectrum is hiring throughout greater Los Angeles for multiple positions. https://jobs.spectrum.com/
- Northgate Market is hiring for multiple positions for the Bell, South Gate, Los Angeles regions. https://www.northgatemarket.com/careers
- WCD Construction is hiring for their Goodwill Southern California location. For more information, please call (323) 223-1211
- The Kensington Redondo Beach is hiring for full-time and part-time positions. Please call 424-241-2064
- Cambrian Homecare is hiring for caregiving opportunities. Call 866-650-4300 or visit www.cambrianhomecare.com
- Merchants Building Maintenance is now hiring janitors in the greater Los Angeles region. Apply at https://mbmonline.com/ or call 323-881-6700 ext. 213
- Labor & Workforce Development Agency: COVID-19 Resources for Employers and Workers
- EDD Resources: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
- Benefits for workers affected by COVID-19: Click here.
Resources for Shelters in L.A. County
- Winter Shelter Program Update: Shelter Extension– A number of Winter Shelter Programs will be extended past March 31, 2020. For a full list of those programs by SPA, click here. For more information, call the Winter Shelter Hotline at 800-548-6047 (available 24 hours a day, seven days a week).
- Peace Over Violence Survivor Referral Sheet
- Peace Over Violence Home Visitors Referral Form
- SPA 4 – Metro LA
- Peace Over Violence: 213-626-3396
- Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority: Call (800) 548-6047 or visit lahsa.org/get-help
Resources for Renters
- The Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) Rent Stabilization News and Updates
- The City of Los Angeles issued a moratorium on evictionsof residential and commercial tenants. Also, no LADWP utility shutoffs for non-payment.
- L.A. County moratorium on residential and commercial evictions applies to unincorporated L.A. County areas (not incorporated cities). It is retroactive to March 4, 2020, and will continue through May 31, 2020. As of March 19, the cities of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Burbank, Pasadena and six others have issued similar orders, with more forthcoming. For more information, call the LA County Consumer and Business Affairs’ Rent Stabilization Unit at (833) 223-RENT (7368) or email email@example.com
- COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium– Additional information provided by Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department
- Additional rent assistance resource here.
- Curbed: What to do if you get an eviction notice during coronavirus outbreak
- L.A. County Consumer and Business Affairs: Rent Stabilization News and Updates
Health Care and Coverage During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Covered California is expanding its Special Enrollment Period. Effective immediately, any eligible consumer can enroll in health coverage without experiencing a qualifying life event or other special circumstance. This new policy will be in effect until June 30, 2020. Click here for their full statement and more information.
- 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.
- This coronavirus self-assessment tool uses the latest recommendations from the CDC to help you determine what to do if you think you might have symptoms of COVID-19 or may have been exposed.
- LA County COVID-19 testing. Schedule an appointment here.
- LA County has issued new orders directing self-quarantine for anyone who has been exposed to a person diagnosed with or likely to have COVID-19 and self-isolation for anyone who has been diagnosed with or is showing symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Information on steps to take to self-quarantine can be found here in English and here in Spanish, as well as information on steps to take to self-isolate can be found here in English and here in Spanish.
- 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 here. This 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/apply. Information 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/SchoolMealsto find a comprehensive list of school sites where families can go to access free food for their children.
- Everytable has a limited amount of food donations available:
- Healthy, affordable grab-and-go meals are available for purchase at 7 stores(click here for map) that remain open across LA County. These sites offer curbside pick-up or delivery within a 3-mile radius.
- Free meals in Stores: Free “Pay It Forward” meals may be available at stores. Call ahead and they can put it aside for you.
- Use the code ETDELIVERY to waive the delivery fee on a subscription Box or one-time order of $25 or more. They are willing to work with nonprofits, service agencies and government around discounted meal pricing for groups. Call the helpline (323) 458-6487 for more info. They are currently working to establish a more regular distribution route for donated surplus meals. When they have this, they will share it widely.
- Expensify.org 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.
- LAUSD is opening 60 sites providing two grab-and-go meals for students and families beginning on Wednesday, March 18th from 7am to 10am. https://achieve.lausd.net/resources https://www.dreamcenter.org/
- Free Meals for Children Ages 5-17. Breakfast, lunch and snacks. Please bring School ID. This is for any child in the community. This will occur from 3/18/20-3/27/20 from 9:30am-12pm. Location will be from TEACH Academy. 10045 S. Western., Los Angeles, CA 90047. If you have any questions, call 562-665-6263.
- Everytable Helpline: (323) 458 – 6487
- Free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60 Days For New K-12 and College Student Households. Call (844) 488-8395
- Comcast is offering two free months for new users who qualify
- Charter is offering 60 days of internet service for K-12 and college student households. Call (844) 488-8395
- Starting Monday, March 16, students in Pre-K through 12th grade will have the opportunity to access free, educational PBS daytime programming designated for each grade level weekdays
- FB Group for parents to get support with home learning
- Scholastic offers free, online learning experiences for kids of all ages
- STUDENTS/ FOSTER YOUTH – If you are or know of a foster youth that is staying at a college dorm room that is going to be closed due to the coronavirus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will provide or help you find housing during this transition.
- The Los Angeles Tenants Union is providing support around evictions. Find your local union at: https://latenantsunion.org/en/locals/
- HOMELESS/LOW-INCOME INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILY – St. Francis Center provides meal services, clothing closets, showers/bathroom services, and rental and utility assistance programs (over the phone) for homeless and low-income individuals in Los Angeles (213) 747-5347
- Community and Senior Centers Senior Lunch Programs
- ALL Vallarta Groceries, Super A Markets, and Superior Grocers will be open for seniors, disabled people, and pregnant people from 7am to 8am starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020
- Meals on Wheels services
- Resource guide created by California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
- CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles) has a free hotline you can call if you think you have the Coronavirus at 888-624-4752. In California, immigrants have access to emergency care regardless of immigration status.
- BENEFITS FOR WORKERS IMPACTED BY COVID-19
- A run-down of labor laws in California
- Paid Family Leave: Paid family leave is available for those who stay home because they need to take care of someone who has contracted the virus (Covid-19) or who has been quarantined (must be certified by a medical professional)
- Disability Benefits /Paid s: Disability Benefits and Paid sick leave are available for those who have actually contracted the virus themselves or who have been exposed to it and are quarantined (must be certified by a medical professional in the case of Disability Benefits).
- Unemployment Benefits: Unemployment benefits are available to those whose hours have been reduced or who have lost their job due to coronavirus measures (and it also applies to those who choose to stay home due to underlying health issues making them more vulnerable). The Governor has waived the 1 week wait time and the person may not be required to be actively looking for work (as is usually required)
- Unfortunately though, this benefit is not available to undocumented persons whose hours are reduced or lose their job for reasons related to COVID-19, etc.
- SCHOOL CLOSURES: If your child’s school is closed and you have to miss work to care for them. You might qualify for Unemployment Insurance benefits
Lista de Recursos
- Comida: LAUSD tiene 60 sitios abiertos que ofrecen comida para llevar para estudiantes y familias del miércoles 18 de marzo de 7am a 10am https://achieve.lausd.net/resources
- Comida: Comidas gratis para niños de 5 a 17 años. Desayuno, almuerzo y meriendas. Por favor traiga la identificación de la escuela. Esto es para cualquier niño en la comunidad. Esto ocurrirá del 3/18 /20 – 3/ 27/20 de 9:30 a.m. a 12 p.m. El sitio será de TEACH Academy: 10045 S. Western., Los Angeles, CA 90047. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame al 562-665-6263.
- Comida: Línea de ayuda de Everytable: (323) 458 – 6487
- Educación: Acceso gratis a Spectrum Broadband y Wi-Fi durante 60 días para los nuevos hogares de estudiantes de K-12 y universitarios. Llama al (844) 488-8395
- Educación: Comcast ofrece dos meses gratis para los nuevos usuarios que califican
- Educación: Charter ofrece 60 días de servicio de Internet para hogares de estudiantes de K-12 y universitarios. Llama al (844) 488-8395
- Educación: Comenzando lunes 16 de marzo, los estudiantes de Pre-K hasta el grado 12 tendrán la oportunidad de acceder a la programación educativa gratis de PBS designada para cada nivel de grado
- Educación: Usa Facebook Group para que los padres obtengan apoyo con el aprendizaje en el hogar
- Educación: La organización Scholastic ofrece experiencias de educación en la internet gratis para niños de todas las edades
- Vivienda: ESTUDIANTES / JÓVENES DE FOSTER YOUTH: Si usted es o conoce a un joven de foster youth que se queda en un dormitorio de la universidad que va a estar cerrado debido al coronavirus, envíe un correo electrónico a email@example.com y ellos le ayudarán. encontrar vivienda durante esta transición.
- Vivienda: Los Angeles Tenants Union está ayudando en relación con las expulsiones de apartamentos. Encuentre su sindicato local en: https://latenantsunion.org/en/locals/
- Alimentación / Vivienda: PERSONAS SIN HOGAR / DE BAJOS INGRESOS Y FAMILIA: El Centro St. Francis ofrece servicios de comida, ropa, / servicios de baño y programas de asistencia de refugio y servicios públicos (por teléfono) para personas sin hogar y de bajos ingresos en Los Ángeles (213) 747-5347
- Ancianos (mayores de 65 años):Programas de almuerzos para adultos mayores y centros comunitarios
- Ancianos (mayores de 65 años): TODOS los supermercados Vallarta, Super A Markets y Supermercados Superiores estarán abiertos para personas ancianos, personas discapacitadas y embarazadas de 7 a.m. a 8 a.m.
- Ancianos (mayores de 65 años): Servicios de comidas en ruedas (Meals on Wheels)
- Comunidad Indocumentada: Guía de recursos creada por California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance, la Alianza de Justicia Juvenil para Inmigrantes de California
- Comunidad Indocumentada: CHIRLA (Coalición por los Derechos de los Inmigrantes Humanos de Los Ángeles) tiene una línea directa gratis a la que puede llamar si cree que tiene el Coronavirus al 888-624-4752. En California, los indocumentados tienen acceso a atención de emergencia independientemente de su estado migratorio.
- Empleo: BENEFICIOS PARA TRABAJADORES IMPACTADOS POR COVID-19
- Permiso Familiar Pagado: El permiso familiar pagado está disponible para aquellos que se quedan en casa porque necesitan cuidar a alguien que ha contraído el virus (Covid-19) o que ha sido puesto en cuarentena (debe estar certificado por un profesional médico)
- Beneficios por Incapacidad / Pagos: Los beneficios por incapacidad y la licencia por enfermedad pagada están disponibles para aquellos que realmente han contraído el virus o que han estado expuestos a él y están en cuarentena (deben estar certificados por un profesional médico en el caso de los beneficios por discapacidad).
- Beneficios de Desempleo: Los beneficios de desempleo están disponibles para aquellos que las horas se han reducido o que han perdido su trabajo debido a las medidas de coronavirus (y también se aplica a aquellos que optan por quedarse en casa debido a problemas de salud subyacentes que los hacen más vulnerables). El Gobernador ha renunciado al tiempo de espera de 1 semana y es posible que no se requiera que la persona busque trabajo activamente (como generalmente se requiere)
- Desafortunadamente, este beneficio no está disponible para personas indocumentadas y sus horas se reducen o pierden su trabajo por razones relacionadas con COVID-19, etc.
- CIERRE DE LA ESCUELA: Si la escuela de su hijo está cerrada y usted tiene que faltar al trabajo para cuidarlos, es posible que califique para los beneficios del seguro de desempleo