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Our Mission is to coordinate disaster recovery resources in affected areas,
to address disaster-caused recovery needs and to strengthen the resilience of impacted individuals.
Visit us at www.larcro.org
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All of these resources have been verified by LARCRO, but their viability will be based on resource availability during this uncertain time. This is a living document and we will continue to update it regularly.
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TYPEORGANIZATION OR BUSINESSDESCRIPTIONLINK OR CONTACT
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💲 Financial and Businesses
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BusinessesEconomic Development CollaborativeAssistance for small businessesWebsite
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BusinessesLocal Initiatives Support CorporationGrants for small businesses (Verizon Small Business Recovery Fund)Website
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BusinessesU.S. Small Business AdministrationFact Sheet for Economic Injury Disaster LoansWebsite
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BusinessesU.S. Chamber of Commerce foundationCoronavirus Response & ResourcesWebsite
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BusinessesU.S. Small Business AdministrationLow-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to California small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the novel CoronavirusWebsite
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BusinessesLA County Workforce Development Aging and Community ServicesCOVID-19 Services and Resourcesbizdev@wdacs.lacounty.gov
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Businesses and WorkersLA County Business & Worker Disaster Help CenterResource center for small businesses and workersWebsite
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Economic assistanceTzu Chi FoundationEmergency Hotline for economic assistance for high need individuals(877) 889-8244 or (909) 447-7799 ext. 500
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EmploymentCommunity Career Development, Inc./
American Jobs Center
Job training and placementWebsite
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LoansJewish Free Loan Association (JFLA)
Interest free loans for emergencies and small businesses, guarantor required
Website
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Loans for child care Jewish Free Loan Association (JFLA)Interest free loans for child care, up to $6,000, available due to LAUSD school closure as COVID prevention measureWebsite
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NonprofitsTechSoupResources for Nonprofits Impacted by COVID-19Website
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Stimulus checksNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles CountyInformation on COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments (”Stimulus Checks”)Flyer
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Tax reliefNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles CountyGuide to COVID-19 Stimulus ChecksDocument
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Tax reliefCalifornia Franchise Tax BoardCA state income tax filing delayed to July 15, 2020Website
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Tax reliefInternal Revenue ServiceFederal income tax filing delayed to July 15, 2020Website
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Tax reliefLA County Treasurer and Tax CollectorRequest cancellation of late fees for property tax due April 10, 2020Website
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WorkersCalifornia Labor and Workforce DevelopmentBenefits for workers impacted by COVID-19Website
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WorkersCalifornia Labor CommissionerFrequently asked questions from California Labor Commissioner Julie Su about labor laws and the Novel Coronavirus in CaliforniaDocument
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WorkersEmployment Development DepartmentDisability insurance frequently asked questionsDocument
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WorkersLabor & Workforce Development AgencyLabor and workforce leave informationDocument
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🍏 Food and Groceries
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FoodWest Valley Food Pantry
A grocery bag of food items one time per month including fresh and frozen items
Website
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Food securityCalvary Community ChurchFood pantry pickup, limited to every other week. Call by 4pm on Sundays, pickup 4-5pm on Mondays. Fresh outdoor market Tuesdays 11am - 12:15pm.(818) 575-2281
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Food securityManna Conejo Valley Food BankFood bankWebsite
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Food securityBoys and Girls Club Food and Waveside Church Food PantryFood pantriesemergencyrelief@bgcmalibu.org or (310) 457-2582
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Food securityCalifornia Volunteers, Office of the GovernorSources of help for obtaining food (English)Poster
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Food securityCalifornia Volunteers, Office of the GovernorSources of help for obtaining food (Spanish)Poster
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Food securityLA Region Community Recovery OrganizationFood resources and grocery store hours for vulnerable population on shared driveSpreadsheet
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Food securityLos Angeles CountyFree meals to older adults living in LA County, age 60 and older who are impacted by the COVID-19 crisis1 (800) 510-2020
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Food securityWorkforce Development, Aging and Community ServicesEmergency food assistance for seniorsWebsite
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Food securityRotary Club of Conejo ValleyGrocery gift cards for those living or working in Conejo ValleyWebsite
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Food securityDream CenterFree meals for Los Angeles Unified School District students at the Dream Center2301 Bellevue Ave. Los Angeles 90026
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Food securityMeals on Wheels Westlake VillageMeals on Wheels - hot lunches and cold meals delivered to homeWebsite
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Food securitySenior Concerns
Meals on Wheels - hot lunches and cold meals delivered to homes in Thousand Oaks and Newberry park
Website
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Grocery/Food DeliveryCalvary Community ChurchGrocery delivery for Seniors/Special Needs/COVID-positive/High Risk individuals.help@calvarycc.org
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Grocery/Food DeliveryChabad of the ConejoVolunteers deliver groceries to seniorsrabbi@chabadconejo.com or (818) 991-0991
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Grocery/Food DeliveryMalibu Chamber of CommerceMalibu area takeout/deliveryFlyer
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Grocery/Food DeliverySenior ConcernsGrocery stores that deliverWebsite
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School lunchesCalifornia Department of Social ServicesChildren eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits called Pandemic EBT benefits which help families in California buy food when schools are closed because of the coronavirus emergency. Link
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School lunchesConejo Unified School DistrictFree school lunchesWebsite
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School lunchesLas Virgenes Unified School DistrictFree school lunchesWebsite
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🏠 Basic Needs and Resources
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Abuse & Domestic violenceAdult Protective ServicesReport elder or dependent adult abuse1 (877) 477-3646
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Abuse & Domestic violenceLos Angeles CountyLA County Resources and Services Available for People with Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Concerns during COVID-19Press Release
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ClothingCalvary Church Angel Threads MinistryFree clothing and shoes, by appointment onlyWebsite
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FurnitureLiving SpacesFree mattresses for California fire survivorsWebsite
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Hate crimes211 Los Angeles CountyReport hate crimesCall 2-1-1
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HousingCity of Agoura HillsCity of Agoura eviction hold orderExecutive Order
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HousingWorkforce Development, Aging and Community ServicesMediation services for landlords and tenants(213) 738-2621
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HousingSouthern California EdisonQualifying households can receive new energy efficient appliances, air conditioning, and more.Website
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HousingCommunity Housing Council SoCalConstruction/rebuild loans. Certified HUD sponsored counseling agency providing free or low cost advice on buying a home, renting, default foreclosure avoidance, credit issues or reverse mortgages.833-658-1904 or housing@chcsocal.org
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HousingLutheran Social Services Housing Counseling TeamCertified HUD sponsored counseling agency providing free or low cost advice on buying a home, renting, default foreclosure avoidance, credit issues or reverse mortgages.Website
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HousingSoCal GasSoCal Gas discounts available if household income has reducedWebsite
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ImmigrantsLos Angeles County Office of Immigrant AffairsResources for immigrants during COVID-19 (updated 14 May 2020)Website
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ImmigrantsLos Angeles County Office of Immigrant AffairsFrequently asked questions for immigrants during COVID-19Document
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ImmigrantsNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles CountyCan I get treatment for COVID-19 without hurting my immigration status?Flyer
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ImmigrantsCalifornia Immigrant Youth Justice AllianceCOVID-19 resources for undocumented individuals in CaliforniaWebsite
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Insurance - Claims Support
United Policy Holders
Assistance with understanding and navigating insurance coverage and claims
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Legal assistanceNeighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles CountyLegal assistance to low-income individuals on civil legal issues that disproportionally impact the poor: housing, public benefits, health care, immigration, family Law/DV, clean slate and re-entryGeneral Help Line: 1 (800) 433-6251
Health Help Line: 1 (800) 896-3202
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Legal AssistanceConejo Free ClinicPro bono legal servicesWebsite
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Legal AssistanceSenior ConcernsFinancial and legal services to seniors in need, free of charge.website
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Pharmacy deliverySenior ConcernsPharmacy delivery fact sheetPharmacy mail order
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Pharmacy deliveryKramer's PharmacyPharmacy next day deliveryWebsite
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ResourcesMass resource listThis is a mass resource list with many grassroots and local organizations. Please note that these resources have not been vetted by LARCRO.Document
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ResourcesSouthern California Public RadioYour No-Panic Guide To The Coronavirus In LA (regularly updated)Article
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Senior AssistanceSenior ConcernsAdvocates and one-on-one counseling for seniors on on variety of topicsWebsite
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Woolsey FireLos Angeles Region Community Recovery OrganizationWoolsey Fire recovery information and resourcesWebsite
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🧘🏿 Coping and Wellness
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CopingLA County Department of Public HealthCommunicable diseases, strategies for copingFlyer
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CopingCalifornia Lutheran University Community Counseling ServicesFree emotional counseling services for wildfire survivorsWebsite
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CopingWest Valley CounselingEmotional counseling services for Woolsey Fire survivors (fees based on a sliding scale)Website
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Crisis counselingNational Disaster Distress helplineConnect with a trained crisis counselor, 24/7.  Spanish available
Call or Text 1 (800) 985-5990. Press “2” for Spanish.
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Crisis counselingBoys & Girls Club of MalibuFree telehealth therapy for adults, families teens, and children during COVID-19Flyer
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Emotional wellnessHospice of the ConejoFree weekly loss support groups for individuals who have been impacted in anyway by the Woolsey FireWebsite
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Emotional wellnessCenters for Disease Control and PreventionAdvice on managing stress from the CDCWebsite
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Emotional wellnessCurableHealth.comUseful to calm anxious minds and hearts.Website
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Emotional wellnessGive An HourHealthy habits for emotional well beingPoster
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Emotional wellnessNational Voluntary Organizations Active in DisasterCOVID-19 Emotional and Spiritual Care ResourcesDocument
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Emotional wellnessTeen LineTeen hotline for youth to talk about their struggles with another teen, staffed by trained teens and supervised by mental health professionals Text 'TEEN' to 839-863
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Emotional wellnessHow to let go of what you cannot controlPoster
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Emotional wellnessGive An HourVirtual chat line for people to contact to discuss their feelings about their current state of mindWebsite
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ExerciseDoYogaWithMe.com2 months free yoga instruction videosWebsite
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MedicalConejo Free ClinicMedical, dental, vision; also offers flu vaccine clinics and mammograms; patient advocacyWebsite
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MedicalWestminster Free Clinic and Community Care CenterMedical, dental, mental health and vision care servicesWebsite
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Medical SuppliesCraig LeBreton Medical Supply RoomSupplies walkers, wheelchairs, shower chairs, etc. for free based on need; based in CamarilloWebsite
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MeditationBalanceApp.comLoad the app and get 1 year subscription to meditations and affirmations freeWebsite
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MeditationMindful.orgMeditationWebsite
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WellnessMayo Clinic blog"COVID-19: Eating, moving and meditating are keys to staying healthy"Article
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WellnessEdible Ojai & Ventura County"Growing Food, Health, and Happiness During a Pandemic"Article
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WellnessCancerCare
Financial and emotional support for cancer patients impacted by the fires
Website
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WellnessDAV (Disabled American Veterans)Veterans support ; help with VA medical and pension benefits; rides to VA medical appointments; job fairs for veteransWebsite