News and announcements
Status of Housing Relief in Ventura County
WHO safety guidelines
Johns Hopkins COVID-19 map
Nationwide Collectivized COVID-19 resource kit
Danny’s Deli: https://www.dannysdeli.com/menu
Meals are available even during school closures, parents can pick up meals to take without children present (we should find out if this applies to volunteer drivers as well)
Directory of services county-wide including Meals on Wheels and others
Shopping and cooking plan for 14 days of isolation:
Nationwide self-help Mutual Aid financial assistance spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1FBEU0cdAGpScU0JrOlYFm8FrY1Bjr0_HsyW4hWOj74I/htmlview?
Unemployment Insurance (people who stay home to care for children when schools close DO qualify)
Also this non-government form is intended to help you gather the information needed for you to file your claim: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xnNA_pdyVLE_E0ixGC3qzcTnLcns3PLjNRbXm1bPmFA/edit
CA Labor resources
211: Clearinghouse for government/charity aid organizations
Facebook “Barter & Free” group
Books: The Internet Archive is making a huge collection of titles free for the duration of the pandemic in their Emergency Library
Organize a rent strike in your apartment building
VCAAA has a great collection of resources including food shares, healthcare info, etc.
Lists of resources:
The 805 Undocufund was created in the aftermath of the 2017 Thomas Fire, then the largest wildfire in California history, and the Montecito Mudslides in early 2018. The 805 UndocuFund was relaunched after the Woolsey and Hill Fires in 2018 and reopened again for the Easy and Maria Fires in 2019. The 805 Undocufund reopened again in 2020 and widened the scope of our mission to assist families impacted by the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The 805 UndocuFund is a collective effort to ensure that undocumented individuals and families impacted by disasters have the support and resources necessary to recover and rebuild their lives.