COVID-19 Resources for People/Families who are Undocumented in California
Santa Clara County residents can use the Baseline COVID-19 Program online screener and appointment scheduling system at www.projectbaseline.com/ to screen their symptoms and, if eligible, make an appointment for testing. The website is available in English and Spanish.
The free screening and testing are a service of the state of California through Verily, an Alphabet company.
- Health insurance is not required.
- Medical care is not provided on site.
- testing in San José will be available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment only at PAL Stadium, located at 680 S. 34th St., as well as the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, located at 344 Tully Road. Each site will have the capacity to serve several hundred people per day.
- The schedule of testing, including hours of operation, may be adjusted over time to meet community needs.
AT DE ANZA
Tuesday, August 25th in Parking Lot A from 1-3:30 pm or while supplies last.
A La Carte will be distributing Prepared Food to-
LINKS SHARED ON LINKED; PLACES HIRING DURING COVID-19
- Remote Work Newsletter sends great newsletters & offers a job board with filters & application links: https://lnkd.in/gwpmn4D
- Levels.fyi updates full-time roles that are hiring & application links: https://bit.ly/levelsfyi
- Candor tracks companies that are hiring & industries with hiring freezes: https://bit.ly/candor2
- ThriveCash lists confirmed positions that are actively hiring for internships & full-time: https://bit.ly/ThriveCash1
- Hiring2020 tracks internships' hiring & cancelation status: https://lnkd.in/gEVM-X4
- AngelList connects you with startups opportunities: https://angel.co/jobs
- Blind has a user-generated list for full-time jobs that are actively hiring: https://bit.ly/teamblind1
- Simplify offers a common application that complied 50+ internships: https://simplify.jobs/
OPEN JOB ALERTS ON LINKED. If you do not have a Linked account, consider making one!
EDUCATION AND TRAINING TOOLS
- Corona Virus Health and Safety Alerts
- Corona Virus Live Updates
- Corona Virus Map of the U.S
- CDC Frequently Asked Questions
COPING WITH COVID-19 STRESS
- How to Manage Anxiety and Isolation During Quarantine
- Mental Health Guide for Immigrants
- COVIBOOK: Need help talking to children about COVID-19?
- Virtual Gatherings for Undocumented People
- Mental Health Connector
- Managing Anxiety and Stress Related to the Coronavirus
- Meditations for Focus, Stress, Sleep-and Even Handwashing
- Exercising during a pandemic
RESOURCES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
- U-Haul is offering free storage to college students
- Foodbank locations or food resources can be found by visiting www.auntbertha.com or by the Why Hunger hotline at 1(800) 5-HUNGRY
- if this crisis goes on and students' finances are deeply affected, some students may become eligible for SNAP.
For info by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office, click here
For info by the California State University Chancellor’s Office, click here
For info by the University of California Office of the President, click here
- Emergency Grants Available to Help CA College Students Stay in School! APPLY TODAY
- California College Student Emergency Support Fund
DE ANZA TRANSITION TO ONLINE CLASSES RESOURCES
- California Virtual Campus-Online Education Initiative
- Corona Virus Response Information
- Free Money If you're De Anza Student and have completed FAFSA/DREAM ACT
RESOURCES FOR LGBTQ COMMUNITY DURING COVID-19
- County of Santa Clara Office of LGBTQLGBTQ Medical Care
- Physical + Mental + Social Health
- LGBTQ Youth + Homelessness
- Employment + Businesses
- The Office of LGBTQ Affairs During COVID-19
- How Can You Help
- Bay Area Legal Aid: (408) 850-7066 English, Spanish
- Asian Law Alliance: (408) 287-9710 English, Vietnamese, Chinese, Tagalog, Korean, Spanish
- Law Foundation: (408) 280-2420 English, Vietnamese, Chinese, Spanish, and more*
- *Law Foundation does not specialize in immigration law but can answer questions about using Public Benefit programs.
- This means immigrant families should NOT fear being denied a green card from when seeking needed health care. If you don’t have a doctor, contact Valley Connection for checkups and preventative care at 1(888) 334-1000.
- For more information and FAQs go to sccphd.org/cv19
FAQ: Undocumented Workers' Employment Rights
Undocumented Workers Can Apply forState Disability Insurance or Paid Family Leave
If a medical professional says you are unable to work due to the virus or another medical condition, you may be eligible for State Disability Insurance. You do not need work authorization to apply for State Disability Insurance. Undocumented workers may apply. Apply at edd.ca.gov (SDI online).
If a close family member is ill, you may be able to receive benefits to take care of them through Paid Family Leave. You do not need work authorization for Paid Family Leave benefits. Apply at edd.ca.gov (SDI Online).
- Restaurant workers in need of financial assistance
- Farm workers /Trabajadores agrícolas. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
- Emergency assistance for those employed by restaurants or bars or are employed by a restaurant or bar supplier ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Cash assistance to restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers and more who need the money they aren’t getting to survive: ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Bartenders, or the spouse or child of a bartender who have experienced an emergency hardship. Specific requirements here: ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- $500 relief grants. Workers in the hospitality industry, dishwasher, bartender, server, busser, chef, cook, sommelier, manager, host, concierge, cleaning staff, or barback may apply for funds ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- At this time, the application is open to domestic workers who have participated in activities of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), NDWA chapters, affiliate organizations, circles and current Alia users. We will open the Fund for applications from other domestic workers as soon as funding allows. ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Day Laborers/ Journaleros : NO APPLICATION YET
- Undocumented individuals and families residing in Sonoma County who have lost homes, wages, or employment. ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Immigrant Oakland workers who have lost their jobs and income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the agressive public health measures necessary to combat the spread of this disease. ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Asistencia gratuita en efectivo a los trabajadores de restaurantes, conductores de reparto y otros trabajadores que reciben propinas y trabajadores de servicio, quienes están viendo disminuir sus ingresos durante este desastre. SPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- Providing limited cash assistance for undocumented families in the Sacramento area who have lost work due to COVID19. ENLISH
- Undocumented individuals residing in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. Additional information
- Available for workers who live in Napa County, whose household income is at or below 120% of Area Median Income, and who do not qualify for government-sponsored unemployment or paid family leave benefits (Undocumented). email > firstname.lastname@example.org
- Available to food service workers living or working in Oakland, CA impacted by COVID-19 crisis and shutdowns (nearby city residents may also apply, but priority will be given to Oakland) SPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- If you are undocumented yourself or have family members who are undocumented and have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. ESPAÑOL | ENGLISH
- For Latinas/o/e/x people over 65 year of age who work non-wage jobs like street vending, can collectors, sales by catalog or swap meet, house cleaners, etc. $100-$250 por familia dependiendo fondos recaudados y personas que soliciten fondos. ESPAÑOL
- Free meals for ALL ages! Grab and go every day, Monday through Friday, 9AM to 11AM Click here to find the nearest location for you!
- Updated School List of Meal Distribution
- For a list of local schools that are still providing meals county wide during the COVID-19 closures, click here.
- To see a list of meal providers click here.
- Senior Nutrition Program
Food to go, over 25 locations in the county.
Click here for the most up-to-date information about site closures and to-go/take-out locations or call (408)975-4860
PLEASE NOTE: Meals on Wheels continues to provide home-delivery of meals. Call (408) 350-3246 for more information.
- Free lunch and free dinner for homeless or anyone in need!
Visit the Emmanuel House is located at 405 N. 4th Street in San Jose.
To get help or learn, please contact Dan Guhl, Director, at email@example.com or (408) 282-1175.
- Food Pantry
Sacred Heart Community Service will be distributing FREE pre-packaged food bags.
No registration needed!
Monday - Thursday: 9 am - 4 pm
Please note that for safety reasons they will only be only allowing 25 people in the building at a time, so there may be an increase in wait times.
- Emergency Funds
- Refer back to support for workers and and unemployment for applications
Beginning March 16 Charter Communications will make its internet and WiFi services available for free for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who don’t already have internet through the company. WiFi hotspots will also be open for public.
- Medi-Cal Elibiility information can be found here and local county eligibility offices can be found here.
- Mexican Consulate Ventanilla de Salud information can be found here
- The Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) COVID-19 resource page can be found
- Clinics and Helplines
- For those who may be worried about quarantining in a home where they do not feel safe, help is available from the National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7/365 at @ ndvh by chat or by calling their hotline 1-800-799-7233
- Next Door Solutions: Emergency Shelter and 24hr crisis
UPCOMING WEBINARS + OTHER RESOURCES
- Preparing for the DACA Decision: What can Philanthropy Do? by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants & Refugees
- Public Charge and Higher Education Webinar materials by President’s Alliance on Higher Education & Immigration
- Employing Equity-Minded and Culturally-Affirming Teaching and Learning Practices in Virtual Learning Communities by CORA
- Understanding Immigration Options Through Family Petitions by the Foundation for CCCs, California Community College Chancellor’s Office, CSU and CDSS
- Office of Immigrant Relations
- COVID - Resources for Undocumented Californians
- Tangible Support for Immigrant Communities During COVID-19 - Immigrants Rising
- Nation-wide COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Communities
- Immigrant Eligibility for Public Programs During COVID-19
- CA Coronoa Virus Response
- Santa Clara County Office of Education
- COVID-19 Resources for the Undocumented community
- A list of relief refunds for Undocumented workers in California
- 10 strategies to support students and help them learn during the coronavirus crisis
- Summary: Supporting Immigrant Communities in Uncertain Times
- Immigration Services Contractors
- webinars + resources
- Recursos para familias afectadas por COVID-19
- COVID19 resources Eng/Span/Some Vietnamese
- Tangible Support for Undocumented Communities during COVID-19
- Resources for MESA students, teachers families
- agencies providing temporary financial assistance