Covid-19 Resources

rental assistance
 
 
 
Food/Comida
food

BREAKFAST AND SUPPER

 FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS

LUNCH FREE FOR QUALIFYING STUDENTS

DESAYUNO Y CENA 

GRATIS PARA TODOS LOS ESTUDIANTES

ALMUERZO GRATIS PARA LOS ESTUDIANTES QUE CALIFICAN

food

GROCERIES FREE

 FOR ALL PEOPLE

NO DOCUMENTATION NEEDED

COMESTIBLES GRATIS 

PARA TODAS LAS PERSONAS

 NO SE NECESITA DOCUMENTACIÓN 



WHAT/QUE

WHERE/DÓNDE

WHEN/CUANDO

food

Live Oak Elementary


Del Mar Elementary


Green Acres Elementary


*(if you only have a Shoreline student, not an elementary school student, you pick up at Del Mar)


*(si solo tiene un estudiante de Shoreline, no un estudiante de escuela primaria, lo recoge en Del Mar)



TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS 8am-11am

 

Wednesdays 4:30-5:30



Martes y Viernes


8am-11am 

 

Miercoles

4:30-5:30

food

Live Oak Elementary

1ST AND 4TH TUESDAY 4:30-5:30


1º Y 4º MARTES 

4:30-5:0

food

Del Mar Elementary

1st and 4th Wednesday

4:30-5:30


1º Y 4º MIÉRCOLES 

4:30-5: 30

 
 
CAL FRESH
 
parent helpline
The California Parent and Youth Helpline provides support and resource referrals to parents and youth during the current COVID-19 pandemic, 7-days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Call or text 1-855-4APARENT (855-427-2736) for services in English, Spanish and other languages.  For more information, please visit: https://caparentyouthhelpline.org/

 

 

mental health resources

 

 

 

Health

During the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and always, it is essential that all of us get the healthcare we need to survive & thrive. All people have the right to health care and can still get medical care without insurance. You will not be asked about your immigration status at your doctor's office or the emergency room.

Santa Cruz Community Health Centers

Healthcare for all, regardless of immigration status or ability to pay: primary care, pediatric, mental health, and prenatal care

(831) 427-3500

www.schealthcenters.org

Live Oak Community Resources

Free & bilingual phone or video counseling services

(831) 246-6360

Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency

Information and Guidance on keeping your family safe & healthy during  COVID-19

www.santacruzhealth.org

Mental Health Services, Distress Hotline

Free, 24-hour, confidential, multilingual support for anxiety, stress, depression & substance use

1-800-704-0900

Or text TALKWITHUS or HABLAMOS to 66746

 

 

 

Friends of Santa Cruz County Parks

Live Oak Walking Maps - safe routes to be active

www.countyparkfriends.org/liveoak

Housing

COPA

Information and guidance for tenants having difficulty paying rent

Jorge Savala

(831) 531-7241

jorgesavala@gmail.com

Community Action Board

Emergency rent assistance

(831) 457-1741

Families In Transition

Assistance for families facing homelessness

www.fitsantacruz.org

 

 

 

Income

EDD - Employment Development Department

File for Unemployment, Disability Insurance & Paid Family Leave

1-800-300-5616

Edd.ca.gov

WSBSantaCruzInfo@edd.ca.gov

Community Bridges - Live Oak & Nueva Vista Community Resources

Enrollment help with Unemployment

State Disability, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Covered CA and first come, first served financial assistance for undocumented families

(831) 476-7284 (Live Oak)

(831) 423-5747 (Nueva Vista)

communitybridges.org

Santa Cruz Small Business Development Center

COVID Disaster Loan Assistance

(831) 479-6136

www.santacruzsbdc.org

Education

Live Oak School District

Assistance with Google Classroom, Chromebooks, Internet Access, special needs, distance learning, social-emotional support

Contact your child’s teacher or school office:

  • Live Oak (831) 475-2000
  • Del Mar (831) 477-2063
  • Green Acres (831) 475-0111
  • Shoreline (831) 475-6565

Santa Cruz Public Libraries

Free E-Books & Resource Directory

www.santacruzpl.org

(831) 427-7707

Childcare & Parenting Support

Child Development Resource Center


Triple P Positive Parenting Program

Childcare referral services



Parenting support and educational resources

831-466-5823

MyChildCare.ca.gov


 831-465-2217

Family Safety  & Crisis Support

Monarch Services

24hr Bilingual abuse prevention and crisis line to help women and children

1-888-900-4232

www.monarchscc.org

Child Protective Services

Report child abuse and neglect

1-877-505-3299 or 831-454-2273

Suicide Hotline

Suicide prevention and crisis line

1-877-663-5433 (ONE LIFE)

Phone Service & Utilities

Xfinity

Free Internet Hotspot

www.wifi.xfinity.com/

Cruzio

Free 60-day Internet for Students

www.sccoe.link/cruzio

PG&E Gas & Electricity

Financial assistance programs

1-866-743-2273

www.pge.com

Various phone companies

AT&T, Charter/Spectrum, Comcast, Cox, Frontier, T-Mobile, and other ISPs pledge to not terminate service for the next 60 days. They will waive late fees for any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Legal Support

Cradle to Career Referrals

C2C can provide free legal referrals for housing disputes & other issues

(831) 201-3135

c2c@losd.ca

Santa Cruz County Immigration Project

 

 

 

Legal immigration support for immigrant families

(831) 724-5667

Financial Support