Community Resources

Below is a list of local organizations to help you with food, housing, jobs or legal issues. 

The County of Los Angeles Public Health provides important information about COVID-19 like, how to protect yourself and your family and what to do if you are sick. For more information, click here.

The County of Los Angeles provides information about getting tested for COVID-19, wearing face masks and more. Visit the website.

DPSS benefits will continue uninterrupted to provide services for March, April and May 2020. For more information, click here.
Help is available to help people with financial problems because of COVID-19. For more information, click here.

WDACS helps seniors and disabled adults with local food and essential item delivery services. For more information, click here.

211 LA is the central source for information on health and human service referrals in LA County. To get help on food and housing needs, call 211 or visit the website.

The One Degree website has a resource guide with information on food, housing and more. The guide is updated every weekday. To access the resource guide, click here.

LAC4Youcan answer your questions about public charge. We encourage all immigrants, regardless of status, to get the health care services they need. To find out more information, click here.

The L.A. County Business & Worker Disaster Help Center is here to help workers affected by COVID-19. Click here to get information.

Medical Legal Community Partnership can provide free legal help over the phone. They can help you with unemployment, evictions, Medi-Cal, and food stamps. Call your DHS medical clinic for a referral.