COVID-19 RELIEF

Below you will find a non-exhaustive list of local, state, and federal resources available to you during this difficult season.

 

We are committed to loving and serving our community however we can at this time. If you have a need that cannot be met by any of the organizations detailed below, please fill out our form at the bottom of this page to request further assistance. While we will not be able to meet every need, we will do whatever we can to help.

COVID-19 RELIEF

Below you will find a non-exhaustive list of local, state, and federal resources available to you during this difficult season.

 

We are committed to loving and serving our community however we can at this time. If you have a need that cannot be met by any of the organizations detailed below, please fill out our form at the bottom of this page to request further assistance. While we will not be able to meet every need, we will do whatever we can to help.

RESOURCES AVAILABLE

FOR ANY CITIZENSHIP STATUS

Azusa Unified School District offers meals to AUSD students Monday and Wednesday as follows:

  • 10:30 – 12:30 AM
    • Azusa HS – 240 N. Cerritos Ave.
    • Gladstone HS – 1340 N. Enid Ave.
    • Murray Elementary – 505 E. Renwick Rd.
    • Slauson Middle School – 340 W. Fifth St.
  • 2:00 – 4:00 PM
    • Azusa HS – 240 N. Cerritos Ave.

*BRING PICTURE ID WITH ADDRESS

Shepherd’s Pantry

  • 657 E. Arrow Hwy, Glendora 91740 (also Irwindale and Baldwin Park)
  • 626-852-7630

Village Covenant Food Bank

  • 5607 Barranca Ave., Azusa 91702
  • 626-335-4013
  • Fri 9 AM – 1 PM

God Provides Ministry

  • 284 E. Holt Ave., Pomona 91733
  • 626-422-4273
  • Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat – 11-3 each day

Inland Valley Hope Partners

  • Donations at various locations, closest is 110 E. Third St, San Dimas, 91773
  • 909-622-3806
  • Mon, Wed, Fri 2-4 PM
  • 4-5 day supply of food

God’s Pantry

  • 250 E. Center St., Pomona 91767
  • 909-766-8038
  • Make an appointment through www.gods-pantry.org for Wed, Thu, Fri, or Sat

Food For Life Ministry

  • 4712 Cheyenne Way, Chino 91710
  • 909-627-3663
  • Tues 4 – 6 PM; Thu 4 – 6 PM; Sat 9 AM – 12 PM or by appointment

UPLM Non-Profit/Food Bank

  • 2101 Hellman Ave E, Ontario 91761
  • 909-391-3999
  • Opens 9 AM everyday

Sewing Seeds for Life

Five Acres

  • Five Acres offers family-based, low-cost mental health services for ages 3-24 in English and Spanish.
  • For more information:

General Mental Health Resources:

BRIDGES:

  • Accepting Medi-Cal
  • For children, teens, adults, and families
  • 626-350-5304 x 510 or x523

The Family Center

David and Margaret Youth and Family Services

Teens

Special resources for veterans are available at:

Resources for people 60+ are available at:

This worker’s guide will help you find help related to a variety of subjects like:

  • Job rights and unemployment
  • Help if you are undocumented
  • Getting what you need from schools
  • Working with state agencies 

If you are in a situation that is abusive there are places to help you (most are available 24/7):

Shelters and Other Resources

https://www.thehotline.org/2020/03/13/staying-safe-during-covid-19/

  • Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-799-7233 for TTY
  • If you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522

For Pacific Asian families: 24/7 Multilingual Hotline:

Civil and criminal advocacy:

For low income families:

For sexual violence:

Pathways LA

Tenant rights at the Azusa City Library with the Neighborhood Connections Program:

Housing for those with AIDS via the Foothill AIDS Project:

  • 909-482-2066 x301 or 909-827-9148
  • www.fapinfo.org or email to nancy@fapinfo.org

Homeless services (mail, meals, TAP cards, etc.):

  • Services provided at 1345 Turnbull Canyon Rd in Hacienda Heights; Mon – Fri 8:30 to 1:30
  • 626-333-7204 or www.esgvch.org 

FOR US-BORN/NATURALIZED CITIZENS & LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS

CAL Works (Includes SNAP)

  • cdss.ca.gov or benefitscal.org (for families with children)
  • Provides cash aid and services to eligible families with children in the home
  • Available as partial income replacement when you become unemployed or have your hours reduced through no fault of your own and your employer has paid into this state-run program
  • www.edd.ca.gov/Benefit_Programs_Online.htm
  • Rental relief is possibly available for 3 months of rental relief without fear of eviction
    • If building loan is backed by a loan from Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac
  • To find affordable rental housing: 

My Health LA (MHLA) for LA County has been extended for a year and additional provisions created during the Covid-19 crisis.

Low cost internet may be available to families who are in one of the following programs:

  • National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • CALFresh (food stamps) or SNAP
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Medi-Cal

Go to https://www.everyoneon.org/CETF or this flyer to find out if you qualify and to be connected with a provider.

Free internet is available from Spectrum for 60 days for new K-12 or new college students:

RESOURCES AVAILABLE

FOR ANY CITIZENSHIP STATUS

Azusa Unified School District offers meals to AUSD students Monday and Wednesday as follows:

  • 10:30 – 12:30 AM
    • Azusa HS – 240 N. Cerritos Ave.
    • Gladstone HS – 1340 N. Enid Ave.
    • Murray Elementary – 505 E. Renwick Rd.
    • Slauson Middle School – 340 W. Fifth St.
  • 2:00 – 4:00 PM
    • Azusa HS – 240 N. Cerritos Ave.

*BRING PICTURE ID WITH ADDRESS

Shepherd’s Pantry

  • 657 E. Arrow Hwy, Glendora 91740 (also Irwindale and Baldwin Park)
  • 626-852-7630

Village Covenant Food Bank

  • 5607 Barranca Ave., Azusa 91702
  • 626-335-4013
  • Fri 9 AM – 1 PM

God Provides Ministry

  • 284 E. Holt Ave., Pomona 91733
  • 626-422-4273
  • Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat – 11-3 each day

Inland Valley Hope Partners

  • Donations at various locations, closest is 110 E. Third St, San Dimas, 91773
  • 909-622-3806
  • Mon, Wed, Fri 2-4 PM
  • 4-5 day supply of food

God’s Pantry

  • 250 E. Center St., Pomona 91767
  • 909-766-8038
  • Make an appointment through www.gods-pantry.org for Wed, Thu, Fri, or Sat

Food For Life Ministry

  • 4712 Cheyenne Way, Chino 91710
  • 909-627-3663
  • Tues 4 – 6 PM; Thu 4 – 6 PM; Sat 9 AM – 12 PM or by appointment

UPLM Non-Profit/Food Bank

  • 2101 Hellman Ave E, Ontario 91761
  • 909-391-3999
  • Opens 9 AM everyday

Sewing Seeds for Life

Five Acres

  • Five Acres offers family-based, low-cost mental health services for ages 3-24 in English and Spanish.
  • For more information:

General Mental Health Resources:

BRIDGES:

  • Accepting Medi-Cal
  • For children, teens, adults, and families
  • 626-350-5304 x 510 or x523

The Family Center

David and Margaret Youth and Family Services

Teens

Special resources for veterans are available at:

Resources for people 60+ are available at:

This worker’s guide will help you find help related to a variety of subjects like:

  • Job rights and unemployment
  • Help if you are undocumented
  • Getting what you need from schools
  • Working with state agencies 

If you are in a situation that is abusive there are places to help you (most are available 24/7):

Pathways LA

Tenant rights at the Azusa City Library with the Neighborhood Connections Program:

Housing for those with AIDS via the Foothill AIDS Project:

  • 909-482-2066 x301 or 909-827-9148
  • www.fapinfo.org or email to nancy@fapinfo.org

Homeless services (mail, meals, TAP cards, etc.):

  • Services provided at 1345 Turnbull Canyon Rd in Hacienda Heights; Mon – Fri 8:30 to 1:30
  • 626-333-7204 or www.esgvch.org 

FOR US-BORN/NATURALIZED CITIZENS & LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS

CAL Works (Includes SNAP)

  • cdss.ca.gov or benefitscal.org (for families with children)
  • Provides cash aid and services to eligible families with children in the home
  • Available as partial income replacement when you become unemployed or have your hours reduced through no fault of your own and your employer has paid into this state-run program
  • www.edd.ca.gov/Benefit_Programs_Online.htm
  • Rental relief is possibly available for 3 months of rental relief without fear of eviction
    • If building loan is backed by a loan from Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac
  • To find affordable rental housing: 

My Health LA (MHLA) for LA County has been extended for a year and additional provisions created during the Covid-19 crisis.

Low cost internet may be available to families who are in one of the following programs:

  • National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • CALFresh (food stamps) or SNAP
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Medi-Cal

Go to https://www.everyoneon.org/CETF or this flyer to find out if you qualify and to be connected with a provider.

Free internet is available from Spectrum for 60 days for new K-12 or new college students:

DO YOU HAVE A NEED THAT CAN'T BE MET WITH THE ABOVE RESOURCES?

Fill out this form to let us know how we can help.

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