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Community Resources for COVID-19

La Clínica is working hard to care for our community while keeping our clinics safe and healthy for both patients and staff during this COVID-19 pandemic.

General Resource Guides

211 Services: Call 211 from any phone (mobile or landline) or visit .  The website information is also available in many languages.

Alameda County 211: 888-886-9660

Contra Costa County 211: 800-833-2900

Solano County 211: 800-273-6222

One Degree COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resource Guide: has many resources for the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles County and is updated daily Monday-Friday. Includes Alameda, Contra Costa, and Solano counties. English  Español 

COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Immigrants  English  Español

Contra Costa County COVID Resource List

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survivors

National Domestic Violence Hotline English  Español : 800-799-7233. If someone is co-quarantined with an abuser or feels unsafe at home, this number is available 24/7 by phone or by chat online.

County Domestic Violence Resource Guides

Community Violence Solutions  800-670-7273. Provides resources for sexual assault and family violence prevention.

National Sexual Assault Hotline is 24/7, confidential & free: 800-656-HOPE (4673) and through chat.

StrongHearts Native Helpline for domestic/sexual violence is available 7am-10pm, confidential, and specifically for Native communities: 844-762-8483.

Trans LifeLine for peer support for trans folks 9am-3am CT: 877-565-8860 This hotline is staffed exclusively by trans operators.

Contra Costa Crisis Center If you are in a crisis and need help immediately, please call 211 or 800-833-2900 or text ‘HOPE’ to 20121 now. 

Legal support

Alameda County Family Justice Center: 510-267-8800. Conduct intakes over the telephone. Provides survivors of interpersonal violence with legal, health, and support services.

Bay Area Legal Aid: LEGAL ADVICE LINE: 800-551-5554

Contra Costa Family Justice Center: Please call to speak to our friendly multilingual Navigators (English, Spanish, Lao, Thai, Cantonese and Korean). Most services available by phone. Limited in-person access is available at our centers if you are experiencing an emergency or you have no access to a phone. West and Central Centers are open Monday-Thursday, 9AM-5PM and East Center is open Monday-Wednesday 10AM-4PM. 

  • Richmond (West/Oeste) 510-974-7200 
  • Concord (Central/Centro) 925-521-6366 
  • Antioch (East/Este) 925-281-0970

Solano County Family Justice Center:  If you need services related to domestic and/or family violence, please call the SFJC Reception Desk at 707-784-7635. We encourage you to make a phone appointment. Drop-ins are also welcome between the hours of 9AM-4PM, Monday-Friday except holidays.

Emotional / Mental Health Support

Need help? Know someone who does?

If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others

  • Línea Nacional de ayuda para prevención de suicidio (Español): 888-628-9454
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (English): 800-273-8255
  • California Youth Crisis Line: 800-843-5200 24 hour confidential Hotline
  • Confidential Teen Text Line: Text “SAFE” to 839863-4pm-11pm, 7days a week.


Alameda County


Contra Costa County

  • Contra Costa Crisis Center is available 24/7 at 800-833-2900 or text “HOPE” to 20121.
  • Contra Costa Health Services Mental Health Crisis Line is available 24/7 at 888-678-7277.
  • Contra Costa CARE Parent Network: Services to support families of children with special needs. Please call our Family Support Coordinator at 800-281-3023.


Solano County

  • Solano County Warm Line is available for anyone who needs emotional support: 707-422-7792. 
  • Solano County Crisis Unit is available for 24-hours crisis services: 707-428-1131.
  • Solano Family & Children’s services: Child care referrals and assistance for income eligible families with child care costs: 707-864-4658.


211 Services: Call 211 from any phone (mobile or landline) or visit


School Meals During Closure:  Many schools are offering grab and go meals to students while schools are closed. Contact your local district for more information:

CalFresh Benefits Helpline 877-847-3663.
Meals on Wheels for seniors and those who cannot prepare their own meals: 510-582-1263

Pandemic Emergency Benefits Transfer Program (P-EBT): Families with children eligible for free or reduced price meals qualify for the P-EBT program. This program is separate from CalFresh. It has different eligibility rules, a different card and application process. P-EBT eligible children that receive CalFresh, Medi-Cal, or Foster Care benefits do not need to apply for benefits and will receive a P-EBT card in the mail. Families NOT enrolled in CalFresh receiving free or reduced lunches will need to complete a short online application before June 30, 2020.   

Visit the California Department of Social Services for more information.  The online application will be available beginning May 22, 2020.  Learn more.  Flyer is available in English / Spanish / Chinese


WIC: The Women, Infants & Children Program provides food assistance, nutrition education and breastfeeding support. 


Alameda County Food Distribution

  • 1200 Free meals served every Wednesday 11:30am at the Fruitvale Senior Center (Partnership between Unity Center & World Central Kitchen)
  • Call the Alameda County Food Bank Emergency Food Helpline:  (510) 635-3663
  • Project Open Hand: HIV/AIDS patients can apply for emergency services, including food. Remaining open during COVID19 closures. Call 510-622-0221.
  • St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County: Giving away bagged lunches Tuesday-Saturday, 10:45 to 12:45 in front of the dining room at 675 23rd Street, Oakland, CA 94612. 
  • REACH Ashland Youth Center is hosting a food distribution for families: 16335 E. 14thStreet, San Leandro, CA 94578. Every Wednesday, 11AM-12:30PM (or when food runs out)


    Contra Costa County Food Distribution 

    • La Clínica Monument has food distributions for patients on 1st & 3rd Saturdays from 10-11 am.
    • The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano has food resources in your city: English  Español
    • Loaves & Fishes of Contra Costa Free meal distribution 


    Solano County Food Distribution

    • La Clínica North Vallejo has an onsite food pantry.  
    • Solano County’s free meals for children 18 years of age or younger
    • Good Samaritan Mission Baptist Church: 407 Capitol Street, Vallejo, CA. 707-553-1896; Tues –Thurs 9AM –10:30AM
    • Faith Food Fridays: 826 Solano Avenue, Vallejo, CA. 707-557-7933; Tuesday & Friday 11AM –5PM
    • Amador Street Hope: 929 Amador Street, Vallejo, CA. 707-648-1986; Monday 3-5PM & Wednesday 12-2PM


    211 Services: Call 211 from any phone (mobile or landline) or visit


    Alameda County

    • Bay Area Legal Aid Tenants’ Rights Line: 888-382-3405  for Free legal advice, referrals and representation 
    • Causa Justa Just Cause Tenant Hotline: 510-TENANTS (836-2687). Provides general advice for tenants. Available in English and Spanish.
    • Keep Oakland Housed:  Provides emergency financial assistance, supportive services, and legal services to prevent evictions so that Oakland residents do not lose their homes 
      • Financial Assistance: 510-768-3100 
      • Supportive Services / Case Management: 510-238-3091 
      • Legal Services: 510-548-4040 


    Contra Costa County

    • Catholic Charities East Bay: We can help with emergency financial assistance, such as help paying rent and bills. Call 510-768-3100.
    • Shelter, Inc. Our shelters are open and operating under strict safety precautions. For more information, call 925-335-0698.


    Solano County

    Resource Connect Solano: resources for individuals who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Call 707-652-7311 or email

    Immigrants/Undocumented Immigrants

    Starting May 18 Undocumented Immigrants can apply for disaster financial assistance of up to $500 per adult and $1000 maximum per household.   Applications are approved on a first come, first served basis until the money runs out. Starting Monday May 18 at 9am, call to apply:

    Undocumented Immigrants can Qualify for emergency Medi-Cal coverage coverage for COVID-19 testing and care

    Resource Guides

    Immigrant Youth

    California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Californians – Migrant youth or migrant caregivers of youth who cannot pay rent because they cannot work can apply for limited scholarship assistance to pay for rent, and will receive a phone call along with $50 and assistance to resources. Families can use either link to apply: Temporary student loan relief.

    DACA Updates during the Coronavirus Crisis (Informed Immigrant) English  Español

    Ready California For resources to support DACA renewals, including information about upcoming renewals events, fee assistance, and a California hotline.

    East Oakland Dreamers List of key resources for undocumented students.

    Bay Area COVID-19 Relief Application for Migrant Youth Community  English Español


    Meals on Wheels for seniors and those who cannot prepare their own meals (including those sheltering in place):

    Solano County Resources for seniors (Español) Special grocery store hours, senior food programs, shelter, staying connected, helplines by city, transportation, and mental health resources.

    Covia’s Well Connected Bien Conectado and Social Call programs: Activities and educational programs via phone, volunteer matching for social conversations: 877-797-7299.

    Institute on Aging’s Friendship Line: Emotional support, well-being checks, support for those grieving loss, and referrals for people over 60 and adults with disabilities: 888-670-1360.

    Unemployment/Financial Support

    The State of California’s Office of Unemployment: English Español Fnancial assistance of up to $500 per adult and $1000 maximum per household.   Applications are approved on a first come, first served basis until the money runs out. Starting Monday May 18 at 9am, call to apply:

     OnwardCA: a resource for individuals in California who have experience job loss during COVID-19. Includes life essentials, training, and job search opportunities.

    Dial 211 from your telephone for information about ALL community resources, including food, shelter, tax support, shelters.  The direct numbers are:

    • Alameda County: 888-886-9660
    • Contra Costa County: 800-833-2900
    • Solano County: 800-273-6222

    Utility bill assistance:

    PG&E has programs to discount your energy bills or provide free energy efficiency improvements. If you have lost your job recently you may qualify.  Please visit PG&E’s website.

    • Energy Savings Assistance Program (ESAP): Provides free energy-efficiency improvements for eligible participants to help reduce your energy bill.
    • Medical Baseline Allowance: Financial assistance for residential customers with special energy needs due to qualifying medical conditions.
    • Relief for Energy Assistance through Community Help (REACH): Offers up to $300 credit to help participants pay for energy during a crisis.

    Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): Provides one-time financial assistance to help balance an eligible household’s utility bill, and free energy efficiency upgrades to qualifying households.

    Water – East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD): If your water was shut off because you were unable to pay, call EBMUD Customer Service to restore service:  866-403-2683; Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm.

    Fighting Back Partnership is offering assistance to residents of Vallejo who are temporarily laid off, lost jobs due to business closures, or have had to take leave of absence without pay to care for a child or sick family member. Include temporary assistance with rent/mortgage, utilities, food, and/or gas.


    Solano County Emergency Popup Childcare Program For healthcare workers, first responders essential employees working in Vallejo. Contact Kwiana Algere at 707-784-1338

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