Bay Area Covid-19 Resources

Welcome! At Bay Rising, we know that we’ll pull through crises like COVID-19 when we pull together with community power and political power. That’s why we put together this searchable resource page, available to anyone who needs it. We hope you find it helpful.

Use the search options below, or scroll down to see all resources. Questions? Email us at info@bayrising.org!

Resources are available for all nine Bay Area Counties (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma). We have also listed some statewide and national resources.

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Family, Youth & Children

Below are resources for youth and families with young children in your local area, including seniors, disabled folx and crisis support for survivors of domestic violence. 

See more in our resources on Food Assistance & Supplies and Health & Mental Health Care.

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Crisis intervention and referrals to services including Domestic Violence Services, Sexual Assault Services, Restraining Order Clinics, Sex Trafficking Services, Homeless Services, Food Pantry, and Counseling & Support Groups. Counselors also offer referrals to other domestic violence shelters and resources within the Bay Area to callers whenever needed.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

800-884-8119

Service Type: By Phone
Mentis and Teens Connect provide group therapy and one on one therapy in schools in Napa County. For more information or to request an appointment, call or fill out the form.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

707/255.0966 ext.132

Service Type: By Phone
The Akbay Program provides resource navigation to immigrant families, as well as family resources such as school support and assistance with applications. The Tenant Counnseling Porgram provides advice on basic tenant rights and referrals to tenant lawyers and other critical resources. Counseling hours are Monday-Friday, 10AM-6PM, by appointment. Schedule online or by phone https://somcanscheduling.as.me/schedule.php
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 255-7693 (English) (415) 552-5637 (Tagalog)

Service Type: By Phone
Sourcewise provides an array of direct support services for older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers in Santa Clara County. To get help contact a Community Resource Specialist via telephone Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (408) 350-3200, option 1.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 350-3200, option 1.

Provides information on caring for older adults and elderly neighbors and those with disabilities. M-F, 8:30am-4pm
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 784-1607

Service Type: By Phone
Resource directory of community services in San Mateo. Includes government assistance, children, teens & families and emergency resources.
Location: San Mateo County
Service Type: Web
SVILC emergency services include housing application fees, one-time rent or mortgage payment assistance, move-in costs for rental deposits, information and referrals, food pantry distributions, access to short-term loan of wheelchairs or Assistive Technology, or bus token, case management, etc. Call or apply online https://svilc.org/apply-for-services/
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 894-9041

Eligibility:

You must: be a person with a significant disability or impairment, which limits their ability to function independently in their home community, or environment, or engage in employment;
be able to benefit from independent living services to achieve a greater level of independence; and
live or work in Santa Clara County, or be unable to receive independent living services that SVILC provides in your own county of residence.

SEEDS uses trained mediators to help people and entities in conflict find constructive solutions that meet everyone’s needs. Mediations are restorative, effective, confidential, and affordable. SEEDS does not provide legal advice. Fill out an online form to begin intake. Mediations are scheduled 2-3 weeks after all parties have completed intakes. Mediations are handled on a sliding scale and no one is turned away for inability to pay.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-542-9238

The SF Wellness Initiative provides support to San Francisco public high school students. Includes wellness check-ins with students and families, mental and physical health assessments, brief, short term counseling, crisis counseling and referrals to providers in the community. Individual services are offered by phone and Google Hangouts. To access a Wellness referral form or contact information for the Wellness Teams, please visit your school's website.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

hardimanc@sfusd.edu

Eligibility:

San Francisco Unified School District high school students

Service Type: By Phone
Provides free clothes through the Kids Closet and diapers. Call to make an appointment.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

650-347-3648

Eligibility:

Income based.

Service Type: By Appointment
Sacred Heart offers preschool and early childhood ed, parenting support and after school and summer education programs. Call or email for more information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 278-2193 or mariag@sacredheartcs.org (early childhood education or parenting support), (408) 916-5067 or mikev@sacredheartcs.org (after school or summer education)

24 hour hotline in English and Spanish for survivors of sexual violence.
Location: National
Contact:

510.345.1056

RYSE provides counseling, group programs and LGBTQ support for Richmond and West Contra Costa County youth.
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 374-3401

The Russian River Senior Resource Center is the only senior center on the lower Russian River. The Center operates a food pantry (Wednesdays) and provides meals (lunch Wed & Fri) and snacks from its commercial kitchen. The Center hosts over 50 different health and recreation services for seniors, serving as the platform for services provided by partner agencies.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 823-1640 Ext. 403

24-hour support line for survivors of domestic violence. Provides support in English and spanish and may also have support in other languages. Community Office provides drop-in support services on Thursdays, although an appointment is preferred. Services include: Individual Case Management, Support Groups, Advocacy, Community Building, Peer Counseling, Program Information and Referrals.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 225 – 0165 (hotline), (415) 552-2943 (office)

Service Type: By Phone
Provides clinical and school-based services to support LGBTQ youth and their families. Call the intake line to get connected to services, community resources or general information. This is not a crisis line. Only Medi-Cal accepted. Otherwise, sliding scale. It will take between a week-6 weeks for a therapist to reach out to you. Services in English and Spanish.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 692-2056

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Offers a variety of services for parents and children with special needs of any age and diagnoses: parent training on special education, SSI, IHSS, MediCal, and other public benefits; 1:1 confidential consultations; training on Assistive Technology; remote learning for children. Services are being held online. Phones and emails are still being answered. Most services are available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin and Tagalog.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

info@php.com

Service Type: Email
Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Enter your information to find custom resources and job listings or general listings near your zip code. Listings include essential services, trainings and jobs.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Confidential, youth-friendly reproductive health services including pregnancy testing and options counseling, emergency contraception, birth control counseling and dispensing, STD testing and treatment, HIV testing and counseling, pap smears and pelvic exams and testicular exams. Prenatal care is not available. FamilyPACT and Medi-Cal accepted. Services currently available in person and via phone/telehealth. Call to schedule an appointment. Phones are answered Mon/Thurs/Fri 830 a.m.-5 p.m. and Tues/Wed 930 a.m.-6 p.m. (closed noon-1 p.m.). Be sure to leave a message with your full name, date of birth and phone number.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 502-8336

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides medical, dental and behavioral health to all in need regardless of age, gender, tribal affiliations, religion, sexual orientation, race, or ethnicity. COVID testing and vaccines are available. Services are being offered in-person or via telehealth (phone) and videohealth (video).
Location: Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

Call or text (510) 535-4400 for Oakland and (415) 417-3501 for San Francisco.

Service Type: By Appointment
Reentry services for previously incarcerated people. Family services for people concerned about housing. Security deposit and emergency expense assistance. Mental health services, case management and advocacy. Call or email for support.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

support@midtownfs.org, (408) 642-5852

Maitri helps families and individuals from South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives) facing domestic violence, emotional abuse, cultural alienation, or family conflict. The live helpline is open from Mon to Fri (9 am to 3 pm) with voicemails checked outside of those hours. The helpline is the first point of contact. They also provide legal advocacy, counseling and can assist with locating housing.
Location: California
Contact:

1-888-862-4874

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of legal aid organizations and referral services. Select your county and topic to be directed to organizations that can help with issues including immigration, housing, families and kids, health, benefits, seniors, expungement, abuse, etc. Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Tagalog.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Larkin Street offers a continuum of housing options – from dorm-style living with 24-hour on-site staff, to independent apartments in the community. All programs have case managers for education and employment support, health and wellness services, fun community activities and help to plan for a bright future. To learn more, stop by one of our youth access points located at drop-in centers, call (800) 669-6196 or send us an email.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

1-800-669-6196

Eligibility:

For ages 25 and under

Service Type: By Phone, Drop In or Email
The medical clinic provides services for youth 25 and under. Free preventative, primary & sexual medical care including rapid HIV testing, behavioral health, family planning, and health education. Referrals for eye, dental & podiatry. Support accessing Medi-Cal & Covered California through Case Managers at Larkin Street. Behavioral Health also available. Young people can self-refer by emailing bhwellness@larkinstreetyouth.org 134 Golden Gate. Drop in hours listed online.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

Medical clinic: (415) 673-0911 ext. 259. Behavioral health: bhwellness@larkinstreetyouth.org

Eligibility:

For ages 25 and under

Service Type: Drop In
Provides health services for the Asian community in Contra Costa County housing services in Oakland and San Pablo, and income and family support in Oakland and San Pablo. Available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Burmese, Lao, Nepalese, Farsi, Pashto, Arabic, Russian, Dari, Vietnamese, Turkish and Uzbek.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Oakland San Pablo
Contact:

510-533-8850

Provides early intervention and community education, including mental health, child abuse and domestic violence for Vietnamese-Americans in Santa Clara County. Sign up online.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-509-8788

Contact the Community Care Team for help with physical, emotional, and tangible support in the areas of food insecurity, mental health, housing, and wellness. Fill out the intake form to provide your contact information and provide information to help the Care Team prepare. Drop-ins Tuesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

careteam.homies@gmail.com or 510.485.2224

Provides relationship management, counseling, therapy, parenting classes and resource referral services to Asian families. Available in Mandarin, Cantonese, English and Taiwanese.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

(510) 790-3366
or hfrc@heraldinternational.org

HERA provides free legal services to low and moderate income California residents to help with financial stability. They work with with are reentry, college debt, debt collection, seniors, veterans, immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ and medical debt. Many languages offered including English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Russian and Arabic. Call to get help.
Location: California
Contact:

(510) 271-8443

Service Type: By Phone
National directory of resources for family caregivers, including state-level directories. All resources are free. Available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Tagalog and Vietnamese.
Location: National
Service Type: Web
Provides family mental health care, programs for LGBTQ communities, family violence and abuse prevention and support services, substance use treatment services for adults and specialized services for deaf/heard-of hearing people.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 538-0880

Assistance line for seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Social workers will provide referrals to other services, and assistance with solving problems. The assistance line can provide help with support groups, health issues, housing resources, transportation, emergency food resources, employment, in-home help, Medicare counseling, benefits and more.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Landlines in Contra Costa, call toll free (800) 510-2020
Cell phones or outside Contra Costa, call (925) 229-8434
TDD line for the hearing impaired, call (925) 602-4198

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency assistance to seniors and people with disabilities including: accessible transportation, in-home attendant care, case management, and equipment repair for wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Urgent Dispatch line is open 24 hours a day.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-704-2111

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal services on issues of: immigration, interacting with the justice system and homelessness, dealing with the medical system as it pertains to HIV/AIDs, and several other items. Eligibility determined by several factors- call or read the website for more information. If you have an issue that doesn't meet one of their legal issues, call for more information or referrals.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Eligibility:

Alameda County, or Contra Costa Residents who are living with HIV. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Dimensions Clinic is a welcoming, safe and open space for queer and trans youth to get comprehensive medical and mental health services. Free or low-cost healthcare for youth, ages 12 to 25, with services tailored specifically to serve transgender and gender non-binary young people. Check clinic hours on the site.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(628) 217-5700
dimensions.clinic@sfdph.org

Eligibility:

San Francisco youth ages 12 to 25, tailored to LGBTQ+, income requirements. If you live out of San Francisco you must pay out of pocket or have insurance that allows you to select your own doctor.

Service Type: By Phone
CCSLS assists with legal matters such as housing, elder abuse, consumer protection, AHCD, SSI and simple wills. Call for an appointment.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-609-7900

Service Type: By Phone
Compass Central City Access Point is an entry point for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness to connect with SF Family Coordinated Entry. Call or email with questions, or drop in for groceries, diaper bank, toiletries, mail pick up, community referrals, meal pick up and triage to shelter. (Drop in closes at 12pm on Tuesdays and 4pm on other weekdays). 37 Grove Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 644-0504
info@compass-sf.org

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Provides free transportation assistance for seniors in the Santa Rosa area. Offers weekly check-in calls. Call to enroll.
Location: Santa Rosa
Contact:

(707) 308-4793

Service Type: By Phone
The Family Wellness Program connects low-income, immigrant and recently arrived children and families to vital services and local resources. Provides case management, information and referrals, counseling, system navigation and advocacy and language access support. Service are free and in Spanish and English.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-872-7465

Eligibility:

Low-income and immigrant families with children birth to 18-years-old,
Recently arrived unaccompanied children and families in San Francisco Immigration Court

24-7 emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Provides crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. Access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California on mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, gang involvement, school issues, LGBTQ identities, drugs, housing, substance ab/use, health services, reproductive health support, legal assistance, transportation and more. Call or text 1.800.843.5200 or chat on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

1.800.843.5200

Service Type: By Phone
Medical clinics with full-scope primary care and mental health, as well as prenatal and well-baby care. Family support programs are also offered. Patients are treated regardless of immigration status or ability to pay. Telemedicine and on-site visits.
Location: Alameda County Antioch Contra Costa County Oakland Richmond
Contact:

1(877) 427-7134

A free mobile asthma clinic for pre-school and K-12 students. Phone 510-763-1880 for an appointment.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-763-1880

Eligibility:

Anyone aged 3 mos-18 years can visit the Breathmobile with a parent or guardian by appointment. You do not need to have insurance. There are no citizenship requirements.

Service Type: By Appointment
A community-based center that focuses on providing information and referral services to families and children. The FRC will work with families to meet their needs and enhance the well being of all family members. Call the FRC for an appointment.
Location: Benicia
Contact:

707-746-4352

Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Free therapeutic and crisis interventions. Youth and young adults from ages 6 to 21 can walk in Tuesdays from 11am-2pm or call the crisis line 24/7 at (408) 294-0579. The Gardner Mobile Unit offers free, bilingual and confidential health visits. First come, first served. Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 4pm-7pm.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

General: (408)341-6080, Crisis line: (408) 294-0579

Support line for Napa and Solano County residents. Can help with parents and guardians who are dealing with children’s anxiety and increased problem behaviors related to COVID, brief interventions and support, connection to resources. Available 8am-8pm 7 days a week. Bilingual operators available at all times.
Location: Napa County Solano County
Contact:

707-543-1152

Service Type: By Phone
Provides sliding scale counseling, substance abuse treatment and LGBTQ social and support groups. Contact the intake coordinator to schedule an appointment.
Location: Palo Alto Redwood City San Mateo County
Contact:

650.424.0852 x108

Service Type: By Phone
Primary, physical and sexual health care for youth, ages 12 to 24. Free for all youth. Appointments and drop-ins are welcome Monday through Friday between 1:00 PM and 4:30 PM. To avoid a wait list, consider making an appointment at (415) 822-1707.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 822-1707

Eligibility:

Youth 12-24. Youth need Medi-Cal or Healthy Families. Youth under 18 need permission from a parent or guardian.

 

Service Type: Drop In or By Appointment
3rd Street is a Youth Coordinated Entry Site to San Francisco’s network of housing support services. Youth who are 18-24 years old and experiencing housing instability or homelessness can come to 3rd Street to access City & County Housing Assessments for services, wrap-around support resources, and referrals to onsite or Citywide services. 5688 3rd Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-713-4782

Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

Curbside meals at Deer Valley High School are available for kids and teens 18 and under who are not attending school in person. Meals are offered from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Location: Antioch
Service Type: Pick Up
Fill out a form or call for free grab and go meals for students the BUSD Independent Study Program.
Location: Brentwood
Contact:

(925) 513-6338 or knisen@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Eligibility:

students in the independent study program

Service Type: Pick Up
All meals are free to all Berkeley USD students for school year 21/22 without a meal application.
Location: Berkeley
Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Provides immigration legal services, student support, English classes, food pantry, and short-term counseling
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 306-0437 or immigration@canalalliance.org (immigration), or (415) 454-2640 (social services referrals)

Service Type: Call or check the service page for instructions
Provides free or reduced-cost legal consultations on issues of eviction and homelessness, immigration & detention and domestic violence, as well as lawyer referrals to people seeking legal presentation. Free legal clinics are also available one or two times a month.
Location: Marin County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 782-1600, (415) 989-1616 (lawyer referral)

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency shelter and legal advocacy services for survivors of domestic violence. Call 24-hour hotline. Between 9am-5pm M-F the following are available: Text help: 415-526-2557. Walk-in support and appointments at C4DP’s A Street office. Therapy and support groups- call 415-526-2553.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 924-6616

Provides info and referrals to homelessness resources, safety net programs, meals for children currently enrolled in childcare programs as well as essential worker child care. Also provides Warm Line Emotional Support 9am-midnight every day.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 526-7500

Service Type: By Phone
Offers essential human services, including emergency food, homeless support services, safety net information and referrals. See website for hours. 2600 Middlefield Rd.
Location: Atherton North Fair Oaks Portola Valley Redwood City Woodside
Contact:

(650) 780-7500

Service Type: Walk In
Provides limited legal counseling by phone on issues of domestic violence, housing, guardianship, seniors. Call to make an appointment.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 542-1290 (General), info@legalaidsc.com

Eligibility:

Must live or have a case in Sonoma County. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling by phone on issues of employment and labor protection, housing, health access and education rights.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 528-9941

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and assistance for residents of San Mateo County on issues of health care, housing, public benefits, special education services, domestic violence, immigration and elder abuse. Call to schedule an appointment
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 558-0915

Service Type: By Phone
Family resource centers that offer diapers and baby supplies throughout the county. Enter your zip code to find the nearest Family Resource Center along with their hours and activities.
Location: Santa Clara County
Domestic violence services in Santa Clara County. Walk-in counseling and 24/7 crisis and legal support. Translation available. 408-279-2962. Also offers housing and supportive services.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 279-2962

Service Type: By Phone or Web
Assists families with application for public benefit programs and resources for medical and mental health services, housing assistance and legal counseling. Call and leave a message to schedule an appointment.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 938-5131

Service Type: By Phone
The Santa Clara County Office of Education has compiled information to help connect families to care and to coordinate support for childcare providers.
Location: Santa Clara County
24-hour, bilingual immediate in-person crisis assistance and counseling for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800) 572-2782

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and advice on housing and evictions, health/mental health access, and children and youth in juvenile dependency, family law, probate guardianship and other areas. Intake process varies.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

For housing: For emergency intake, call during intake hours: Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri, 9am-11:30am or for non-emergencies, fill out https://www.lawfoundation.org/housing

For issues relating to children and youth, call (408) 280-2416. For health related issues, call (408) 280-2420 during intake hours- M-F, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Service Type: By Phone
Formerly known as "Gateway." Alcohol and drug treatment services to Santa Clara residents who need them. Services available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Tagalog.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800)488-9919 (general and youth after hours), (408)272-6518 (youth), (408) 794-0660 (prevention services)

Service Type: By Phone
Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling on issues of housing citizenship, immigration and deportation defense, domestic violence, and assistance in accessing social security, disability, and other public benefits.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 287-9710

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides support, triaging and support to those experiencing domestic violence, child abuse, asexual assault and elder abuse. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 784-7635, or after-hour crisis hotline (866) 487-7233

Service Type: By Phone, Drop In
Provides 24-hour support, triaging and support to those experiencing domestic violence, trafficking asexual assault and elder abuse.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(866) 487-7233

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and advice on housing, public benefits, health care benefits, employment law, education, and senior issues (consumer cases). See website for intake hours. Public Walk-in/Drop-in Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12 and 1-4.; phone preferred.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 643-0054

Service Type: By Phone
The Emergency Assistance Program provides support for local individuals and families in times of crisis. Aid can come in the form of tangible goods, or in monetary aid. While our funding is limited, we also can help identify other resources that may be available or assist with the California Rent Relief Program Application.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville: (707) 965-5010 or efa@upvalleyfamilycenters.org Napa, American Canyon: (707) 363-8390, efa@onthemovebayarea.org

Service Type: By Phone
Provides referrals and support to access safety net benefits and other resources such as housing and labor law, counseling and COVID-19 resources. Available by phone Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 224-1786

Service Type: By Phone
Connects families to child care.
Location: Napa County
Provides crisis intervention, emergency assistance such as clothing and diapers, parenting classes and referrals to other safety net programs and resources. All services are free of charge and available in English and Spanish. Drop in hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. Or you can call 707.252.1123.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 302-9041 or (707) 286-9628

Service Type: Drop In or Phone
Call to find out how to apply for CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. You can also apply online or in person at the County's 3 offices.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 784-8050

Call to find out how to apply for emergency CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. See link for more info.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 253-4511, or (800) 464-4214

Provides information and referral services to families with children in Solano County to access community resources to meet their needs, including parenting, employment, transportation, child care basic needs, etc. See link for locations and contact info.
Location: Solano County
Service Type: By Phone
During the 2021-2022 school year, all students will receive free breakfast and lunch.
Location: Napa County
For the 2021-2022 school year, all student meals will be free of charge. Students can receive meals by visiting their school cafeteria for breakfast or lunch. Families do not need to fill out an application to get free meals.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 423-2077, or email nutritionservices@scusd.net.

Free meals for all students in the 2021-22 school year. Families that would qualify for free/reduced meals will also qualify important benefits and resources, such as Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) grocery money. Fill out a meal application a meal application at family.titank12.com
Location: Santa Rosa
Contact:

eburke@srcs.k12.ca.us, 707-890-3807

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides rental, food and utility payment assistance to families with children. Fill out a form on the website to find out how to receive assistance.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-456-7805

Eligibility:

Marin County residents and have at least 50% custody of a child under 18

Service Type: By Phone
Supports foster, probation, and homeless youth access to services. Napa: 780 Lincoln Ave (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10AM-5PM Tuesday: 2-5PM) Sonoma: 714 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa (Tue-Fri, 12-4pm, Virtual Services Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Friday: 10:00am - 4:30pm) Solano: 646 Tennessee St, Vallejo (Monday - Thursday: 12:00 - 4:00pm, Staff Available (via phone & email/social media) Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm) Sonoma: 714 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa (Tue-Fri, 12-4pm, Virtual Services Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Friday: 10:00am - 4:30pm) Solano: 646 Tennessee St, Vallejo (Monday - Thursday: 12:00 - 4:00pm, Staff Available (via phone & email/social media) Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm)
Location: Napa County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 251-9432 (Napa), (707) 579-4327 (Santa Rosa), (707) 917-5904 (Vallejo)

Service Type: Drop in
Free breakfast and lunch for children 18 and under, Monday-Friday, 11am-12noon at 125 Bahia Way.
Location: San Rafael
Meals are free to all enrolled students during the 2021-2022 school year. Breakfast is served at certain schools and lunch is available at all schools for students enrolled in the District.
Location: Foster City San Mateo (city)
Contact:

(650) 312-1968

All students will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost every day for the 2021-2022 school year. Students do not need to meet eligibility standards to receive meals at no cost.
Location: San Jose
DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

Support for anyone in Native communities experiencing DV or sexual violence, 7am-10pm Central Time.
Location: National
Contact:

(844) 762-8483

Service Type: By Phone
Text to 911 instead for anyone in San Francisco who is unable to call and experiencing domestic violence or in other dangerous emergency situations.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Text
24-hour support hotline & counseling for survivors of abuse.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(877) 384-3578

Service Type: By Phone
The San Francisco Diaper Bank provides a free monthly supply of diapers to CalWORKs or CalFresh households with children under the age of three. Each eligible child may receive up to two cases of diapers each month. Please note: Participation in the Diaper Bank will not reduce monthly benefit amounts for food or cash assistance. Bring EBT and ID for CalWORKs and CalFresh households at 170 Otis St (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm), 1235 Mission (Monday - Thursday, 9am--5pm)
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 557-5100

Eligibility:

CalFresh and CalWORKs recipients

Service Type: Pick Up
SFUSD is providing no cost school meals for all students starting in the 2021-2022 school year.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

None

Hot meals, groceries and hygiene products from 9am - 2pm and case management service over the phone by calling (510) 548-2884. 2218 Acton Street
Location: Alameda County Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 548-2884, staff@womensdropin.org

Service Type: Pick Up
Free diapers for CalWORKs and CalFresh household. Mon-Fri 10am-5pm at 1601 Lane St. Call and leave a message with name, number and size needed and your call will be returned.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 822-9404 ext. 4235

Eligibility:

CalFresh and CalWORKs recipients

Service Type: Pick Up
Legal services and counseling on employment, immigration and domestic violence and for seniors and adults with disabilities. Eviction defense and foreclosure prevention. APILO is open by appointment only. A variety of languages are available.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 567 6255 (SF)
(510) 251 2846 (East Bay)

Service Type: By Appointment
Crisis support to domestic violence and trafficking victims through 24-hour crisis lines and emergency shelters.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(877) 751-0880

Service Type: By Phone
Free legal services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. For client appointments and intakes, please call (415) 969-6711
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 969-6711

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour hotline for anyone experiencing domestic violence. You can also text "START" to 88788 or chat on the website.
Location: National
Contact:

(800) 799-7233

Service Type: By Phone
Crisis support to domestic violence survivors of all ages through 24-hour crisis phone and text lines for adult & teens, emergency shelters, and housing support.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(877) 503-1850 (adults), (877) 923-0700 (teens), or text at (415) 200-3575

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour hotline providing resources, support, and restraining order clinic for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 647-7273

Service Type: By Phone
Caregiver Help Desk offers free support to family caregivers across the country. Staffed by caregiving experts, the Help Desk helps you find the right information you need to help you navigate your complex caregiving challenges. Caregiving experts are available 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Eastern Time. Contact by phone, email or chat.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 227-3640

Service Type: By Phone
CocoKids offers free child care and preschool referrals and a database of licensed child care for all of Contra Costa.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 676-5442

24-hour Free counseling, information and referrals to anyone in need of parenting support.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(800) 829-3777

Service Type: By Phone
Crisis housing referrals and food bags, diapers and formula distributed. Pick up on Fridays 10am-3pm (closed for lunch 12-1). To access drop-in services clients may call HPP’s remote intake line at 415-754-0581 or complete the client services interest form.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-754-0581

Eligibility:

Pregnant, a parent or a custodial guardian with a child 17 years old or younger

Service Type: Pick Up, By Phone
Free diapers for families in Oceanview, Merced and Ingleside neighborhoods. Call for more details.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 406-1370

Service Type: Pick Up
Free counseling service for parents of children from pregnancy to 3 years of age. Schedule a 1:1 session by calling or email.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(844) 415-2229, parentline@usfca.edu

Service Type: By Appointment
Free 24-hour parental stress support line.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 441-5437

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour crisis intervention and emergency shelter for teens.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 621-2929

Service Type: By Phone
Provides guidance and support to parents or caregivers regarding their child or loved one's substance use. 6am-9pm on weekdays and 9am-2pm on weekends.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 378-4374 or text COVID to 55753

Service Type: By Phone
Children 3-18 years old. Students from World and Achieve Academies, Urban Promise Academy (UPA) Middle School, and children from the wider Fruitvale community.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 481-4566

Eligibility:

Children 3-18 years old. Students from World and Achieve Academies, Urban Promise Academy (UPA) Middle School, and children from the wider Fruitvale community.

Service Type: By Appointment
OUSD health centers are open to families. Call during 8:30am-5pm Mondays through Fridays to schedule an appointment at 286 E.10th St.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-879-1568

Eligibility:

All students that attend schools in the La Escuelita Education Center are welcome to use the center including students from La Escuelita Elementary School, MetWest High School, Dewey High School, and Yuk Yao Annex/Centro Infantil Annex Child Development Center. Siblings of students can access all services, as long as the siblings are between the ages of 3-21. Health insurance is not required and all services are provided without charge to students.

Service Type: By Appointment
OUSD health centers are open to families. Call during M 1:30-4:30pm, W 1:30-4:30pm, F 8:30-11:30am to schedule an appointment at 8711 MacArthur Blvd., Ste. A.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 428-3556

Eligibility:

members of the community and Castlemont high school students

Service Type: By Appointment
24-hour confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.
Location: National
Contact:

(866) 488-7386 or text START to 678678

Service Type: By Phone
Clinic for Oakland youth ages 12-24 and provides STD testing, medical evaluation, birth control and immunization. Mon & Wed 1-5pm, at 583 5th St. Tue, Thu and Fri 1-5pm at 200 Harrison St. Walk in or DM on Instagram for more info.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 839-0929

Eligibility:

Oakland youth ages 12-24

Service Type: Walk in
Free legal assistance for seniors and disabled San Francisco residents. Prioritized areas include evictions, notices to terminate benefits or rental subsidies and restraining orders to protect seniors. Leave a message and calls will be returned.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 538-3333

Eligibility:

San Francisco residents age sixty and over and San Francisco residents with disabilities age eighteen to fifty-nine, regardless of income.

Service Type: By Phone
Financial Support & Funds

Below are government programs and independent funds that offer financial assistance to individuals or families impacted by COVID-19, including support for rent and for service workers who have lost their jobs and immigrants.

All Resources

​West Valley Community Services is providing financial assistance for households impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Residents must be in 95014, 95030, 95032, 95033, 95044, 95070, 95129, 95130 zip codes. Contact recert@wvcommunityservices.org or 408-366-6092 for questions about emergency financial assistance.
Location: Cupertino Los Gatos Monte Sereno San Jose Saratoga
Contact:

recert@wvcommunityservices.org or 408-366-6092

Eligibility:

Income and location based

Service Type: By Phone
Helps Sunnyvale and Alviso residents meet urgent basic needs: rent and utility assistance, food. Call during business hours. M-F 9am-12pm and 12:30-4pm.
Location: San Jose Sunnyvale
Contact:

408-738-4321

Eligibility:

Residents of Sunnyvale and Alviso neighborhood of San Jose

Service Type: By Phone
Help line for people who currently have housing, but need help with an emergency situation. Provide your name, phone number and complete address. A volunteer will contact you to set up an appointment to assess your situation. You may receive immediate assistance like groceries; financial support to temporarily help pay your rent or other bills; and information about other resources help you create a plan and assist you to make sure you can get back on track to maintain your housing.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-454-0366

Service Type: By Phone
Provides emergency rental and utility assistance to qualifying individuals and families in South Santa Clara County. Documentation required.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

Graciela Ramirez 408.842.6662 x21

Eligibility:

Income based

SVILC emergency services include housing application fees, one-time rent or mortgage payment assistance, move-in costs for rental deposits, information and referrals, food pantry distributions, access to short-term loan of wheelchairs or Assistive Technology, or bus token, case management, etc. Call or apply online https://svilc.org/apply-for-services/
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 894-9041

Eligibility:

You must: be a person with a significant disability or impairment, which limits their ability to function independently in their home community, or environment, or engage in employment;
be able to benefit from independent living services to achieve a greater level of independence; and
live or work in Santa Clara County, or be unable to receive independent living services that SVILC provides in your own county of residence.

Financial aid available to hospitality workers.
Location: National
Eligibility:

hospitality workers

Right to Recover
This program provides 2 weeks (80 hours) of minimum wage replacement to any worker in San Francisco who tests positive for COVID-19. This relief is open to anyone, regardless of immigration status. Email the Office of Economic and Workforce Development at workforce.connection@sfgov.org or call 415-701-4817 with questions.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

workforce.connection@sfgov.org or call 415-701-4817

Eligibility:

Workers in San Francisco

Service Type: By Phone
Landlords and tenants can apply to get up to 18 months of rental assistance including prospective rental assistance and utility assistance, regardless of immigration status. Apply online and get help with your application by visiting housingiskey.com or by calling 833-430-2122.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

833-430-2122

Eligibility:

Income based

Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Helps people in Petaluma with financial assistance with rent through a few programs. Contact CARES@petalumapeople.org for more information.
Location: Petaluma
Contact:

CARES@petalumapeople.org

Service Type: By Email
Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency Rental Assistance for individuals facing a hardship or crisis, in order to prevent homelessness. One-time financial support primarily to Novato residents who are at risk of losing their stable housing or who need help with securing a deposit for housing. Available in Spanish and English.
Location: Novato
Contact:

info@northmarincs.org or 415-897-4147 ext. 0

Eligibility:

Novato resident for six months. Your landlord or mortgage holder must be willing to accept a check from North Marin Community Services. Can show a temporary financial situation due to unanticipated circumstances or events. You are “very low-income” or “extremely low-income.” Check the HUD income limits to see if your household income qualifies.

Loans for small businesses and applications for citizenship as well as lending circles. Also offers a free, confidential and personalized resources finder based on your household, income and immigration status https://www.missionassetfund.org/resources-finder/
Location: California
Contact:

programs@missionassetfund.org or 888.274.4808

Service Type: Web
Emergency rental assistance for landlords and tenants for back rent from April 2020-December 2021. Applications are still being accepted.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 473-2223

Offers social services and case management, phone bill and utility bill service, caregiver support and transportation services.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408)920-9733

Service Type: By Phone
The City of Fremont's Keep Fremont Housed program can provide assistance for unpaid rent and utilities dating back as far as April 1, 2020, the date of the federal COVID-19 emergency declaration. Applicants may apply for rental assistance, utility assistance, or both. Landlords and tenants are both encouraged to apply. Not dependent on citizenship status. Application assistance Available in Chinese, Dari, Farsi, Hindi, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish and Urdu.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

510-574-2028 (English. See website for phone numbers for the other supported languages. Your call will be returned if you have to leave a message.)

Eligibility:

Landlords and tenants in Fremont. Income based.

This program provides rental-assistance grants of up to $2500 to families threatened by homelessness in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Grants are prioritized based on need.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

info@hifinfo.org

Eligibility:

Residents of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, income based.

Assists residents living in Livermore and Pleasanton with move-in costs or delinquent rent due to a temporary financial setback. Must be a family with children, elderly, permanently disabled, emancipated foster youth, a veteran, a victim of domestic violence, or a pregnant woman in her second trimester or later, and seeking assistance with security deposit or delinquent rent.
Location: Livermore Pleasanton
Contact:

855-ASK-ECHO

The County of Sonoma Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) helps eligible households who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters or landlords who need help with rent and utilities. Applications can be completed online or sent in via mail. Any community member can apply for assistance regardless of immigration status Funds can be used to pay rent as well as past-due utility bills and home service bills
Location: Sonoma County
Eligibility:

Landlords
Renters

Assists housed residents with back rent, utility assistance, security deposits and housing problem solving. Call or email to figure out your options or apply online (English or Spanish).
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-825-3099 or 510-768-3100 or email us at housingservices@cceb.org

Service Type: By Phone
The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program provides financial assistance for unpaid rent to eligible renters and landlords who have been impacted by COVID-19. The program helps with both past due and future payments.
Location: California
Contact:

833-430-2122

Eligibility:

Landlords
Renters

Funds are available for Bay Area sex workers from all parts of the trade (strippers, dancers, FSSW, massage, online and cam performers, pro-dommes & subs, porn performers, and more) who depend on sex work to pay their bills and do not have other forms of support. Applications are only open the third week of every month, Tuesday-Tuesday. Priority given to Bay Area BIPOC, trans/GNC, disabled, and outdoor workers.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

BAWSGRANTS@GMAIL.COM

Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Offers safe parking, temporary housing in tiny program, emergency shelter and rental and deposit assistance.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-341-6080

Low-income homeowners can apply for property tax special assessment exemptions or refunds. You can still apply for a Refund for the 2021-2022 property tax period. Approved Refund application checks will be processed after all 2021-2022 property taxes are paid.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

SPARE@OaklandCA.gov or leave a message at 510-238-2942

Eligibility:

You must be the owner and occupant of the property, fill out the appropriate form, and submit with income documentation for the corresponding year. Measures D & Q have a higher income limit for Seniors 65 or older which requires age documentation.

Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

The fund is a student led initiative to mobilize community resources to support basic needs for Stanford students and their families when institutional resources are not enough.
Location: Palo Alto
Eligibility:

Stanford community

Rental and utility assistance for low income residents of Fairfield directly impacted by COVID. Fill out the form to be considered.
Location: Fairfield
Contact:

(707) 652-7311

Eligibility:

You must live in Fairfield, have suffered and be able to demonstrate a financial loss from COVID.

 

Income based.

Financial assistance up to $3,000/monthly for 2 months for renters impacted by Covid-19.
Location: Mountain View Santa Clara County
Contact:

(650) 968-0836 or renthelp@csacares.org

Eligibility:

Mountain View residents below 120% Area Median Income impacted by COVID-19

Provides support with past-due rent, emergency security deposit (to move into a new place), utility assistance and public transportation.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

housinginfo@sacredheartcs.org or call (408) 709-2364.

Eligibility:

You must be a resident of Santa Clara county for 30 days and be a resident of one of the following zip codes: 95008, 95110, 95111, 95112 (South of Santa Clara Street), 95113, 95116, 95117, 95118, 95120, 95123, 95124, 95125, 95126, 95128, 95136

Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 755-7710

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Cash assistance to legal immigrants who are elderly or disabled and ineligible for SSI due to their immigration status. See link for County office addresses. CAPI provides cash assistance to help pay for living expenses such as rent and utilities.
Location: Fairfield Solano County Vacaville Vallejo
Contact:

(707) 784-8050 (Fairfield), (707) 553-5000 (Vallejo), (707) 469-4500 (Vacaville)

Eligibility:

legal permanent resident immigrants who have been denied Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits solely due to their immigration status.

Service Type: In Person
The Emergency Assistance Program provides support for local individuals and families in times of crisis. Aid can come in the form of tangible goods, or in monetary aid. While our funding is limited, we also can help identify other resources that may be available or assist with the California Rent Relief Program Application.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville: (707) 965-5010 or efa@upvalleyfamilycenters.org Napa, American Canyon: (707) 363-8390, efa@onthemovebayarea.org

Service Type: By Phone
Provides referrals and support to access safety net benefits and other resources such as housing and labor law, counseling and COVID-19 resources. Available by phone Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 224-1786

Service Type: By Phone
Provides rental, food and utility payment assistance to families with children. Fill out a form on the website to find out how to receive assistance.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-456-7805

Eligibility:

Marin County residents and have at least 50% custody of a child under 18

Service Type: By Phone
Food pantry Mon-Thu, 10am-noon at 93 Stony Cir. Food assistance can be received once every 30 days. Also provides assistance to pay utility bills and rent. See website for details.
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 542-0998 or (707) 542-0981

Eligibility:

Identification – Photo I.D. for all adults in the household and identification for all children residing in the household (i.e. birth certificate, Social Security card or Medical card).
Must provide proof of current address.

Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 272-3700

Eligibility:

Seniors 55+, people with disabilities, low-med income, foster youth, veterans, DV survivors, etc.

Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

Phone: 415-701-5653
Email: seasonofsharing@sfgov.org

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-655-1205

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Emergency financial assistance of up to $10,000 to residents of Berkeley at risk of eviction.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

Call the Eviction Defense Center (EDC) at (510) 452-4541. Leave a message with

your name
phone number
and that you are Berkeley resident seeking assistance

Eligibility:

Berkeley residents or Berkeley Shelter Plus Care/Rapid Rehousing tenants who are at imminent risk of losing their permanent housing.

The grant must prevent eviction or support housing related financial assistance due to loss of income during COVID-19 pandemic.

Household must be at or below 80% Area Median income.

Additional requirements can be seen here https://www.cityofberkeley.info/covid19-housing-retention/

Service Type: By Phone
Provides interest-free loans and grants to tenants residing in the City and County of San Francisco who have fallen behind in their rent due to a temporary financial setback.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 470-5211
or edcradco@evictiondefense.org

Eligibility:

San Francisco residents, income based. You must not be a Housing Authority tenant.  Your household must have sufficient income to pay your future rent and expenses. You must plan to stay in your home for at least six months.

Financial assistance to bartender, bar back, bar server or others in the service or preparation of alcoholic beverages.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 655-8724

Eligibility:

Bartenders or spouses or children of bartenders

Financial assistance for service workers with children to cover rent/mortgage, utilities, medical supplies, medical or therapy equipment, therapies, prescriptions, over the counter medicine, travel costs, costs associated with a funeral, groceries, clothing, or other essentials a family might need to navigate their specific circumstance.
Location: National
Contact:

(404) 655-4690

Eligibility:

Food & beverage service workers with children with one of the following:

Significant medical diagnosis or injury including COVID,
Death of an immediate family member (child or parent/legal guardian),
Loss of life or home,
Documented Domestic Violence

Temporary free cash assistance to restaurant workers, delivery drivers and other tipped workers and service workers affected by COVID 19 regardless of documentation status.
Location: National
Eligibility:

Service workers impacted by COVID-19

Financial assistance to anyone working in restaurants, as well as nonprofit orgs serving restaurants workers in crisis and zero-interest loans for restaurants. Workers should apply using this form: https://form.southernsmoke.org/smoke/application/ and restaurant owners can apply for loans here: https://www.ascendus.org/products/restaurant-futures-loan-program/
Location: National
Contact:

info@restaurantworkerscf.org

Eligibility:

People who are employed by or own restaurants or bars, or are employed by a restaurant or bar supplier that are facing unforeseen expenses that cannot or will not be covered by insurance.

PG&E offers various programs, including one-time financial assistance as well as discounts on utilities and payment arrangement plans for families and individuals impacted by COVID-19.
Location: National
Contact:

(800) 743-5000 (General)

Eligibility:

based on income or employment status – check for more info

Find Resources & Get Deliveries

There are many mutual aid networks and other locally powered efforts to support people in need in our communities.

Below are resources for if you need help shopping, picking up medications, or protective supplies. You can also find your own resources through government and nonprofit databases, or get help navigating resources.

All Resources

The Akbay Program provides resource navigation to immigrant families, as well as family resources such as school support and assistance with applications. The Tenant Counnseling Porgram provides advice on basic tenant rights and referrals to tenant lawyers and other critical resources. Counseling hours are Monday-Friday, 10AM-6PM, by appointment. Schedule online or by phone https://somcanscheduling.as.me/schedule.php
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 255-7693 (English) (415) 552-5637 (Tagalog)

Service Type: By Phone
SVILC emergency services include housing application fees, one-time rent or mortgage payment assistance, move-in costs for rental deposits, information and referrals, food pantry distributions, access to short-term loan of wheelchairs or Assistive Technology, or bus token, case management, etc. Call or apply online https://svilc.org/apply-for-services/
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 894-9041

Eligibility:

You must: be a person with a significant disability or impairment, which limits their ability to function independently in their home community, or environment, or engage in employment;
be able to benefit from independent living services to achieve a greater level of independence; and
live or work in Santa Clara County, or be unable to receive independent living services that SVILC provides in your own county of residence.

You may be eligible to receive benefits like food stamps (CalFresh), help with utility bills, internet services and a device to connect to the internet, or other public support. Sign up for a screening with a program coach to learn more.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 278-2163 or arelyv@sacredheartcs.org

Anyone in the community who is homebound and at extra risk from COVID-19 can request a delivery. This can include (but is not limited to) people over the age of 60 and those with health conditions that put them at higher risk for COVID-19, regardless of age or ability.
Location: Walnut Creek
Contact:

(925) 943-5852

Service Type: Delivery
Use the form to email organizers of Napa Mutual Aid to share your needs, or go to the Napa Free Market at Kennedy Park on Sundays.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

napamutualaid@gmail.com

Matches riders to transportation providers that meet their individual needs. Mobility Matters operates volunteer driver programs that provide free, one-on-one, door-through-door rides for seniors and disabled veterans who cannot access other forms of transportation. Call or apply online.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925.284.6161

Eligibility:

Age 60 or older.
Live in Contra Costa County.
Able to walk with the aid of a cane, walker, knee scooter, crutches, or elbow assistance

Service Type: By Phone or Web
Offers social services and case management, phone bill and utility bill service, caregiver support and transportation services.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408)920-9733

Service Type: By Phone
The Family Support Services program offers professional social workers or counselors to families facing stressful or challenging life situations Services are available to Tri-City residents and free to those with qualifying incomes.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

510-574-2021

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
Assistance line for seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Social workers will provide referrals to other services, and assistance with solving problems. The assistance line can provide help with support groups, health issues, housing resources, transportation, emergency food resources, employment, in-home help, Medicare counseling, benefits and more.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Landlines in Contra Costa, call toll free (800) 510-2020
Cell phones or outside Contra Costa, call (925) 229-8434
TDD line for the hearing impaired, call (925) 602-4198

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency assistance to seniors and people with disabilities including: accessible transportation, in-home attendant care, case management, and equipment repair for wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Urgent Dispatch line is open 24 hours a day.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-704-2111

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of HIV-related services in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Search by location, filter by preset categories or type in keywords of your choice.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Service Type: Web
The COVID-19 Urgent Response and Aid (CURA) Project is a hub connecting Latinx, Indigenous, and low-income community members to community-based services that will help us endure COVID-19 and an example of what equitable access to emergency services could look like in Sonoma County.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

707.309.8972, CURAproject@laplazancc.org

Service Type: By Phone
Connects in-need residents of San Francisco’s Cole Valley with local volunteers ready to help. Can help with grocery shopping, medication pick up, in-person help and animal care.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

cvc94117@gmail.com or 415-754-0560

Service Type: By Phone or Email
24-7 emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Provides crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. Access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California on mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, gang involvement, school issues, LGBTQ identities, drugs, housing, substance ab/use, health services, reproductive health support, legal assistance, transportation and more. Call or text 1.800.843.5200 or chat on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

1.800.843.5200

Service Type: By Phone
A community-based center that focuses on providing information and referral services to families and children. The FRC will work with families to meet their needs and enhance the well being of all family members. Call the FRC for an appointment.
Location: Benicia
Contact:

707-746-4352

Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

Virtual check-in circles and direct support for crime, violence, and trauma survivors, formerly incarcerated people, and people with incarcerated loved ones.
Location: California
San Mateo County-based mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, supplies, errands, and resource navigation.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

volunteer-coordinator@sancarloscf.org

 

Mutual aid for residents in South Berkeley.
Location: Berkeley
Eligibility:

residents of South Berkeley/Ashby BART area

Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Provides immigration legal services, student support, English classes, food pantry, and short-term counseling
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 306-0437 or immigration@canalalliance.org (immigration), or (415) 454-2640 (social services referrals)

Service Type: Call or check the service page for instructions
Helpline for seniors in Vacaville for services such as pick-up and drop-off essential supplies, transportation, and home check-ups. Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm and 9am-2pm on Saturdays.
Location: Vacaville
Contact:

(707) 449-5100 or seniorhelp@cityofvacaville.com

Service Type: By Phone
Provides food (opens at 1:30pm Mon-Fri except Wednesday). Call F.I.S.H. at 996-0111 weekdays between 9 a.m. – noon, except holidays. Food delivery to seniors, rides to medical appointments, medical equipment, and utility and rent assistance to Sonoma Valley residents in need. F.I.S.H. also provides clothes, household items, layettes and resource navigation.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 996-0111

Service Type: Delivery
Vintage House is a membership-based nonprofit organization. Provides delivery services to eligible seniors who need help grocery shopping or picking up medication. Vintage House may also be able to cover the cost of groceries/meds. Call to ask for help.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 996-0311

Eligibility:

Seniors 65+

Service Type: Delivery
Provides paratransit services to individuals with disabilities. Call to request a Data Card by mail for eligibility.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 321-2381

Provides transportation to and from medical appointments and grocery delivery program to shop and deliver groceries for seniors.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 224-8885, (707) 224-8971

Service Type: Delivery
Provides referrals and support to access safety net benefits and other resources such as housing and labor law, counseling and COVID-19 resources. Available by phone Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 224-1786

Service Type: By Phone
Mutual aid for residents in Santa Clara County.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

southbaymutualaid@gmail.com

Mutual aid for residents in Marin County.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

team@goodfairy.org or text/call (415) 488-6594‬

Eligibility:

Residents of Marin County

Mutual aid for seniors in San Anselmo.
Location: Marin County San Anselmo
DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

Resources for San Francisco residents having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic. You can also call 311.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

311

Service Type: Web
List of resources available in Hayward.
Location: Hayward
Contact:

HaywardCommunityResource@gmail.com

Service Type: Web
Mutual Aid to support individuals who need help for grocery or prescription deliveries and other forms of support.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

None

Service Type: Delivery
Mutual Aid to support individuals who need help for grocery or prescription deliveries and other forms of support.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

hello@sfcommunitysupport.org

Service Type: Delivery
Mutual Aid to support individuals who need help in Berkeley.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 519-6770 (voicemail only), berkeleymutualaid@gmail.com

Eligibility:

Berkeley or nearby resident

Service Type: Delivery
TB tests, STI testing and treatment, UTI testing and treatment, resource navigation and referrals, assistance enrolling in benefits, peer counseling, Check website for current hours or call and leave a voicemail. You will receive a return call in 24 hours.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 548-2570

Service Type: By Phone
Mutual aid meal assistance for members of the queer community.
Location: California
Contact:

None

Service Type: Website
Mutual aid for members of LGBTQ+ community who need support.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

None

Service Type: Delivery
Mutual aid for transgender, gender-variant and intersex elders and folx who can not do their own shopping.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

None

Service Type: Delivery
Mutual aid for anyone that needs assistance in the East Bay. Questions? Call or text or email eastbaymutualaid@gmail.com.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 306-2434, eastbaymutualaid@gmail.com

Service Type: Delivery
Grocery deliveries to seniors.
Location: Alameda County Ashland Cherryland Hayward San Lorenzo
Contact:

Slzfoodbank@gmail.com

Eligibility:

Anyone in Alameda County who has financial need may receive food assistance twice a month.

Service Type: Delivery
Volunteers working with the SF Department of Disability and Aging provide practical support to seniors and vulnerable adults, such as grocery shopping, delivery, etc.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 355-6700

Service Type: Delivery
A group of volunteers to help deliver essentials to the elderly and/or immunocompromised.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(310) 779-2621 or clarityburke@gmail.com

Service Type: Delivery
Food & Hygiene Supplies

CalFresh is California’s supplemental nutrition program to help low-income families buy grocery and healthy food. Get the facts on CalFresh and enroll online

If you need help getting food delivered to your home, please contact a mutual aid network in your area.  

Below are resources to free food and hygiene products in your local area.

All Resources

Food distribution on Saturdays or Sundays, depending on your age. Contact with questions. 8987 Windsor Road.
Location: Sonoma County Windsor
Contact:

707-838-6947

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides food assistance to people in 95014, 95030, 95032, 95033, 95044, 95070, 95129, 95130 zip codes and homeless. An intake form and eligibility documents are required. Call for more information.
Location: Cupertino Los Gatos Monte Sereno San Jose Saratoga
Contact:

408-255-8033

Eligibility:

Residency in Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, and West San Jose, income based.

Service Type: Pick Up
Food, narcan, syringes, basic and menstrual hygiene, dog food, masks, hand sanitizer, curbside care clinic for abscesses. Sundays: 3:30-5:30pm at 35th and Peralta (1st and 3rd for curbside clinic.); 35th and Telegraph, 35th and MLK, 45th and Telegraph. Tuesdays- mobile- MLK & West Grand, St. Vincent de Paul, MLK & 23rd st. -10am-12:30pm. 3rd Wednesday- needle exchange at West Grand and Wood, 1:30-3pm.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-371-4465, oaklandpunkswithlunch@gmail.com

Service Type: Pick Up
Free, fresh produce, and nutrition education. Call for distribution times.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 835-9610

Service Type: Pick Up
Pick up food Monday & Wednesday, 11am—3pm and Tuesday 9am – 1pm. Visit Viola Blythe Community Center at 37365 Ash Street Ash St. Newark CA or call (510) 794-3437.
Location: Newark
Contact:

(510) 794-3437

Eligibility:

All people in need. You may be asked for a social security or paycheck documentation in order to prove your eligibility for the program.

Service Type: Pick Up
VACA FISH furnishes enough food to feed the family for three days, or nine meals to residents of Vacaville, Allendale and Elmira.
Location: Allendale Elmira Solano County Vacaville
Contact:

707 447-5482

Eligibility:

Residents of Vacaville, Allendale and Elmira.
• Meet VACA FISH low income requirements.
• Have not received food from VACA FISH for at least 30 days.
• Can present picture identification when picking up food.
• Do not receive food from another organization on the same day.

Service Type: Pick up
The Food Pantry is an emergency food relief supply for all UC Berkeley students (undergraduate and graduate), staff, visiting scholars, student researchers, postdocs, and faculty. Students and staff are welcome to come up to once per week, take as much as needed whenever needed while being mindful that it is a shared community resource for emergencies. There are no eligibility requirements- you just need your CAL ID#. Check the website for the current times and locations. If you are in quarantine for a positive COVID test, the Food Pantry will delivery food.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

foodpantry@berkeley.edu

Eligibility:

UC Berkeley community

Service Type: Pick Up
Drive thru food pantry on 9:00-10:00am Saturdays. Check site for upcoming dates. 4325 Mayette Ave
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Service Type: Drive Thru
Provides emergency food to people living in the greater Sebastopol area. Pantry is open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00am to Noon. Hot meals also available the third Saturday of every month. 500 Robinson Road
Location: Sebastopol Sonoma County
Contact:

707-823-2483

Pre-bagged groceries for residents of 94107 and 94110 zip codes every Saturday noon till 2pm. No registration or identifications needed. 500 De Haro St., San Francisco at St. Gregory Episcopal Church (please enter on Mariposa).
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

thepantrystg@gmail.com

Eligibility:

residents of 94107 and 94110 zip codes

Service Type: Pick Up
Society of St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Sonoma County helps neighbors in Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino County get food, clothing and other basic needs met. Community dining room at 610 Wilson in Santa Rosa is open daily, 365 days a year.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

707-584-1579

Helps Sunnyvale and Alviso residents meet urgent basic needs: rent and utility assistance, food. Call during business hours. M-F 9am-12pm and 12:30-4pm.
Location: San Jose Sunnyvale
Contact:

408-738-4321

Eligibility:

Residents of Sunnyvale and Alviso neighborhood of San Jose

Service Type: By Phone
Breakfast every Sunday morning starting at 6:00 am, brown-bag lunch to take away for later in the day. 550 Mendocino Ave
Location: Santa Rosa
Contact:

(707) 579-2604

Service Type: Dine In
Help line for people who currently have housing, but need help with an emergency situation. Provide your name, phone number and complete address. A volunteer will contact you to set up an appointment to assess your situation. You may receive immediate assistance like groceries; financial support to temporarily help pay your rent or other bills; and information about other resources help you create a plan and assist you to make sure you can get back on track to maintain your housing.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-454-0366

Service Type: By Phone
Drive thru grocery distribution Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:00am – 2:30pm. for residents of South Santa Clara County. Individuals and families are eligible to receive a grocery allotment once a week during this response time. No preregistration is required. Bag lunches for our homeless population are available during the distribution hours.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

Drive Thru

Eligibility:

Residents of South Santa Clara County

Free infant and children’s-wear, clothing, shoes, blankets and sleeping bags as available. The Center is open on Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM for women and children, and Thursday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM for men. Clothing is available anytime on an emergency basis. 3500 Middlefield Road. No questions asked, no one turned away.
Location: Menlo Park San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 365-9664

Service Type: Pick Up
Dine-in and take-away meals for seniors at 14 locations in Alameda County. Available Monday-Friday from 12:00-12:30pm. Meals are served in reusable containers. Annual registration is required and you can pick it up at any site. Advanced reservation for a meal is required- contact the site directly. Senior Meals are for anyone in the community 60+ years old. An annual registration is required along with an advanced reservation at the distribution site. For each meal a $3.75 contribution is suggested, but no eligible senior will be turned away for lack of funds.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

Number varies by location

Eligibility:

Seniors 60+

Free grocery distribution each Wednesday 10am - 12pm or by appointment. 5970 Thornton Ave | Newark
Location: Newark
Contact:

(510) 936-1206

Eligibility:

Must be a Tri-City resident (may ask for ID but not required)

Service Type: Pick Up
Directory of resources in San Francisco searchable by need.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Web
Assistance available with food, clothes and shoes. Wednesday 10am-2pm, closed 12:00-12:30. Closed the second week each month. Bring a personal ID.
Location: Sebastopol Sonoma County
Contact:

707-829-3964

Call the Isolation and Quarantine 7 days a week between 8am and 6pm and your call will be returned within 24 hours. Leave a voicemail in the language you are most comfortable speaking. If you test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19, they can help you and your family to stay safe and to reduce and eliminate the spread of COVID-19. The program provides one-time assistance while you are isolating and quarantining with motel placements, groceries, household and baby supplies delivery (so you may remain at home); and financial or rental assistance to qualifying residents. Available in English, Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese and Tagalog.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-808-7770

Eligibility:

Santa Clara County residents with COVID-19. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
List of locations provided by San Mateo County for food assistance: for children, college students, general food assistance, WIC, CalFresh and expanded benefits during the pandemic. You can also call 211 24-7 for non emergencies.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

Call 211

Samaritan House provides a food pantry and dining room. Intake required for the food pantry- call (650) 341-4081 M - F 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm (Fri closes 3pm). Take-out dinners are available to any adults or families that need it at the Masonic Lodge 303 Tilton Ave in San Mateo. M - F 4pm - 5pm. Mobile meals and food pharmacies are also available. Call for more information.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 341-4081

Provides free clothes through the Kids Closet and diapers. Call to make an appointment.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

650-347-3648

Eligibility:

Income based.

Service Type: By Appointment
Matches at-risk residents of San Francisco with volunteers to provide grocery deliveries. Deliveries are free but you must pay for your grocery items.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

SAFEFOODSF2020@GMAIL.COM or (415)763-1227

Service Type: Delivery
Provides two food programs: a three-day supplemental supply of groceries and an assortment of food for members who are currently homeless that requires no prep or cooking. Everyone who lives in Santa Clara County can come for food once per week. Monday - Thursday: 9am to 4pm, Friday - Sunday: closed. Register to become a member.
Location: Santa Clara County
Eligibility:

Residents of Santa Clara County

Financial aid available to hospitality workers.
Location: National
Eligibility:

hospitality workers

The Russian River Senior Resource Center is the only senior center on the lower Russian River. The Center operates a food pantry (Wednesdays) and provides meals (lunch Wed & Fri) and snacks from its commercial kitchen. The Center hosts over 50 different health and recreation services for seniors, serving as the platform for services provided by partner agencies.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 823-1640 Ext. 403

Food pantry at the Guerneville Community Church, 14520 Armstrong Woods Rd. 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10am-12pm.
Location: Guerneville Sonoma County
Contact:

707-869-3661

Free monthly food for your family. The food is distributed once a month at the Rebekah Children’s Services Gilroy campus. You must have at least one child under the age of 18 living with you.
Location: Gilroy Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-846-2100

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: Pick Up
Free laundry day the last Wednesday of the month for sex workers, unhoused neighbors, and anyone who needs it. 4-8pm, Fiesta Laundromat at 20th and Van Ness.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

radmissionneighbors@gmail.com

Service Type: Drop In
Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
To go lunches for seniors 60+ M-F. Seniors and people with compromised immune systems can also sign up to get a daily call from a volunteer. Suggested donation $3.50-8.00, Under 60 please pay $6.00. Please have exact change. No one is refused due to lack of funds. Reservations recommended by 3:00 p.m. the day before. Phone # 765-8488. 211 Novak Drive
Location: Petaluma
Contact:

707 765-8488

Service Type: Pick Up
Petaluma Bounty helps people get access to free or reduced price fresh produce. Contact the Petaluma People Services Center.
Location: Petaluma
Contact:

(707) 765-8488 or admin@petalumapeople.org

Service Type: By Phone or Email
Bi-monthly groceries for West Oakland residents. Deliveries also available. 2:30 until supplies run out, 738 Campbell Street.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

Text “Grocery” to (510) 694 4400

Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Provides food and clothing to people in Sonoma County. Distribution Day is the second Saturday of each month starting at 8am. Located at Redwood Covenant Church in Santa Rosa. 3175 Sebastopol Rd.
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Contact:

(707)528-8463 or rccinfo@redwoodcovenant.org

Service Type: Pick Up
Enter your information to find custom resources and job listings or general listings near your zip code. Listings include essential services, trainings and jobs.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Provides fresh fruits and vegetables in East Palo Alto and Redwood City. Follow on Facebook (@NuestraCasaEPA) or Instagram (@NuestraCasa). Food is pre-bagged and free.
Location: East Palo Alto Redwood City
Contact:

info@nuestracasa.org

Service Type: Pick Up
Weekly food distribution Wednesdays 4-6. Bring your own bags. 5443 Snyder lane Behind Cross and Crown Church.
Location: Rohnert Park
Contact:

707-548-6624

Service Type: Pick Up
Community fridges in locations around Marin. Take what you need and leave what you don't- no questions asked.
Location: Marin County Mill Valley San Rafael
Service Type: Pick Up
Drive-thru lunch pick up and brown bag grocery delivery for seniors. Call for more information.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-920-9733

Eligibility:

low income 60+ or disabled individuals 55+

Service Type: Drive-Thru and Delivery
Hot and frozen lunches with delivery on M, W, TH, F. Additional food pantry items can be requested. Deliveries are made to older adults who are unable to shop or prepare their own meals or who are recovering from an injury or illness and have a short term need for this service. Pick-up lunches are also available on these days. Reservations must be made 2 days in advance. Suggest donation for individuals 60+ is $5/meal and $8/meal for under 60. Drop in food pantry is also available for in Emeryville Monday – Friday, 10:00a-1:00p for Alameda County residents.
Location: Alameda County Emeryville Hayward
Contact:

kathleen@j-sei.org or call (510) 654-4000 x15

Eligibility:

Must be at least 60 years of age.
Should have some level of difficulty shopping, cooking and leaving the home.
Must complete a home visit and assessment with staff.
Must live within our delivery area. Contact us for more information.

Service Type: Delivery and Pick Up
Schedule of meals and hygiene services available in Fremont.
Location: Fremont
Service Type: Web
Contact the Community Care Team for help with physical, emotional, and tangible support in the areas of food insecurity, mental health, housing, and wellness. Fill out the intake form to provide your contact information and provide information to help the Care Team prepare. Drop-ins Tuesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

careteam.homies@gmail.com or 510.485.2224

Weekly free grocery store. Pick up a week's worth of food and supplies. Every Tuesday, 10am-3pm. 7631 MacArthur Blvd.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510.485.2224, Homiesempowerment@gmail.com

Delivers hot, nutritious meals five days a week, sometimes with the option of a once-a-week frozen meal, to seniors and adults with disabilities. In addition to the meals, our drivers also provide daily wellness checks, making sure that our clients are safe, alert, and cared for. Although there is no charge for this service for qualified applicants, HealthTrust requests that those who can afford it contribute to the cost of the meals, which is $10 per day. Grants and other funding is available for low-income seniors. Apply by calling or filling out the form online.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408.961.9870

Eligibility:

You must be a resident of Santa Clara County who is homebound and has difficulty getting your own meals due to a medical condition or isolation.

Service Type: Delivery
Free grocery distribution at the Tropicana Shopping Center in East San Jose on the first Wednesday of the month at 9:30 am. Documentation is not required to receive this service, but you will be asked for the total number of people in your household. Please consider arriving early and bringing a cart to carry your groceries.
Location: Santa Clara County
Service Type: Pick Up
Distributes food at at 1505 Healdsburg Ave. on Tuesdays from 3:00pm-4:30pm, Wednesdays from 3:00pm-5:00pm and Fridays from 3:00pm-4:30pm.
Location: Healdsburg Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 433-3663

Service Type: Pick up
List of locations for the community produce program. Families and individuals can pick up 15-20 pounds of FREE fresh produce twice a month.
Location: Antioch
Service Type: Pick Up
Fresh, California-grown fruits and vegetables bought to neighborhoods all over the San Francisco Bay Area. See schedule for locations and times. Affordable prices. Cash, debit, credit, and CalFresh/EBT accepted. 50% discount for shoppers receiving CalFresh (SNAP), WIC, SSI, SSDI, Medi-Cal or Unemployment benefits.
Location: Antioch Contra Costa County Redwood City Richmond San Jose San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Service Type: Pick Up
Provides food and nutrition for Sonoma County residents affected by HIV, COVID-19, cancer and other serious medical conditions. Deliveries of groceries or frozen meals for people who cannot prepare food for themselves.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 887-1647 ext. 119, NinaR@FFTfoodbank.org

Eligibility:

People affected by HIV, COVID-19, cancer and other serious medical conditions

Service Type: Delivery
Food resource guide for people in need of food in Napa County. Most options are free and many locations provide free healthy produce.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 927-3213 or info@fifnv.org

Service Type: Web
Receive a box of fresh and non-perishable food- no requirements. Sundays (drive through only), Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. See website for locations and hours.
Location: Vallejo
Contact:

(707) 557-7933

Service Type: Drive Thru or Pick Up
Offers Drive-Thru food pick up. Check site for next date.
Location: San Jose
Contact:

408 239 6668

Service Type: Drive Thru
Assistance line for seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Social workers will provide referrals to other services, and assistance with solving problems. The assistance line can provide help with support groups, health issues, housing resources, transportation, emergency food resources, employment, in-home help, Medicare counseling, benefits and more.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Landlines in Contra Costa, call toll free (800) 510-2020
Cell phones or outside Contra Costa, call (925) 229-8434
TDD line for the hearing impaired, call (925) 602-4198

Service Type: By Phone
Hot food served daily in Oakland and Berkeley. Monday-Friday, People's Park in Berkeley 3pm. Sunday- 14th & Jefferson Street, downtown Oakland, by the Sutter Hotel. 3:30pm.
Location: Berkeley Oakland
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides laundry, showers and a closet with free, functional clothing. Also hosts COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics. Call if you need help. 1931 Center St.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-705-1325

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Provides basic safety-net services. Emergency food and food distribution, emergency shelter, housing resources and referral. Also offers diapers to low income parents. Call, and if you don't have a phone, use the video doorbell outside of the building. Check website for hours of each service including food distribution and diaper bank.
Location: Daly City San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 991-8007

Service Type: By Phone
The CSA Senior Nutrition Program offers a hot lunch five days a week at the Mountain View Senior Center, for anyone over the age of 60. Contact the Senior Nutrition Program Coordinator for more information.
Location: Mountain View Santa Clara County
Contact:

(650) 968-0836

Food distribution of pre-bagged food. Food distributions will take place in the CSA parking lot. Please note that clients are required to wear a face covering or mask when picking up food. CSA clients will be asked to present their CSA card and a photo ID at check-in. See website for hours.
Location: Mountain View
Contact:

(650) 968-0836

Service Type: Pick Up
Compass Central City Access Point is an entry point for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness to connect with SF Family Coordinated Entry. Call or email with questions, or drop in for groceries, diaper bank, toiletries, mail pick up, community referrals, meal pick up and triage to shelter. (Drop in closes at 12pm on Tuesdays and 4pm on other weekdays). 37 Grove Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 644-0504
info@compass-sf.org

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Food pantry available five days a week at the El Granada office during regular office hours. New clients may visit the pantry immediately on their first visit. Registered clients may visit the pantry twice monthly on an ongoing basis. The amount of food given to clients depends on the number of persons in their family.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

650.726.9071

Service Type: Pick up
Mobile shower and laundry services in Fremont and Newark. Some sites also offer free dining. See website for schedule and locations.
Location: Fremont Newark
Contact:

510-574-2222

Provides a food pantry, assistance with CalFresh applications and nutrition education. Subject to availability. Call for an appointment.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 644-8909

Service Type: By Appointment
Hot lunches served Monday-Friday at 11:30am until 12:30pm. Meals must be reserved by 11:15AM one business day prior to attending. Suggested donation is $3.00 for 60+ and $5.00 for those under the age of 60. No senior (60+) is denied a meal due to lack of lunch donation. Upon signing on for lunch, you receive a blue bus ticket – a free ride to and from the Antioch Senior Center.
Location: Antioch
Contact:

925-757-7325

Eligibility:

adults 50 years of age and older.

The on-site pantry is open to all Albany and Berkeley residents in need of food. Check website for current hours as they are subject to change due to COVID. The mobile pantry at Berkeley Technology Academy is open for the South Berkeley area and the mobile pantry at Berkeley High is open for the Central Berkeley Area.
Location: Albany Berkeley
Contact:

510-616-5383

Eligibility:

Berkeley and Albany residents

Service Type: Pick Up
Free meals every weekday Monday through Friday, 3:00-4:00 pm. A vegetarian option is always availabe. Currently served to-go. 2140 Dwight Way
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-649-4965

Service Type: Pick Up
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Infomation and resources available to residents of Alameda County including a map of food, services testing and vaccination sites, public benefits, guidance for older adults, child care resources, domestic violence resources, emergency food and housing resources, Medi-cal and in-home supportive services, VA, and refugee cash assistance (RCA).
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-891-0700

Offers frozen meals for pick up, mobile food pantry and hot meals at the Lake Side Cafe. Meals are dine-in only. Go to http://bit.ly/AgeWellClasses to reserve your meals, or call or email your requests. Regular meals- $5 for members and $7 for non-members. Special meals - $6 for members and $8 for non-members. Mobile food pantry is walk-up on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month, 10:30am-11:30am.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

510-790-6600 or agewellcenters@fremont.gov

Service Type: Dine in or Pick Up
Map of free food fridges in Oakland
Location: Oakland
Service Type: Pick Up
Grocery deliveries to Black and LGBTQIA+ people experiencing food insecurity
Location: Alameda County San Francisco San Mateo County
Service Type: Delivery
Provides culturally appropriate groceries for families in the Mission. Monday 1 PM - 3 PM . Wednesday & Friday starting at 11:00 AM, 701 Alabama Street. Groceries are heavy and you should plan to bring a cart. For people in extenuating circumstances who are unable to make it to the hub, there is a limited amount of delivery service. COVID testing also available Thursdays 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

missionfoodhub@gmail.com or (415) 206-0577

Service Type: Pick Up
Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

San Mateo County-based mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, supplies, errands, and resource navigation.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

volunteer-coordinator@sancarloscf.org

 

Curbside meals at Deer Valley High School are available for kids and teens 18 and under who are not attending school in person. Meals are offered from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Location: Antioch
Service Type: Pick Up
Fill out a form or call for free grab and go meals for students the BUSD Independent Study Program.
Location: Brentwood
Contact:

(925) 513-6338 or knisen@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Eligibility:

students in the independent study program

Service Type: Pick Up
Food pantry on Tuesdays 4-5pm and free meals on Wednesdays 6-7pm. 1187 Meadow Lane, Concord
Location: Concord Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-671-0702 | RefugeConcord@gmail.com

One time emergency food assistance Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Pick up is once per month per person.
Location: Contra Costa County Pittsburg
Contact:

(925) 439-5060

Eligibility:

Residents of East Contra Costa County

Service Type: Pick Up
Brentwood Community United Methodist Church
Location: Brentwood Contra Costa County
Contact:

hopehouse@brentwoodumc.org

Service Type: Pick Up
All meals are free to all Berkeley USD students for school year 21/22 without a meal application.
Location: Berkeley
Locate free food programs and other nutrition resources in Contra Costa and Solano Counties.
Location: Contra Costa County Solano County
Service Type: Web
Provides dinner every night at 6:30pm, shelter for single men (arrive at 6:30pm), single women and women with children (call for availability) at 200 Macdonald Ave. Food pantry is located at 123 Macdonald Ave, Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm, Sat 8am-3pm.
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 215-4860 (shelter), (510) 215-4887 (food pantry)

Meal delivery and welfare services to seniors. Call to request services.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 937-8311

Eligibility:

Seniors 60+ who are unable to prepare food themselves

Service Type: Delivery
Food distribution Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 9am-12pm. 1900 Market St, Concord.
Location: Concord Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 825-7751

Eligibility:

Must bring ID for all adults over 18, birth certificates for children, proof of address and income assistance

Service Type: Pick Up
Lunch for seniors 60+ years at the Ambrose Community Center. In-person dining Mondays and Thursdays. Reservations are required and must be made by 11:30 the day before. Check-in starts at 11, lunch is served at 11:30 and the dining room closes at 12:30.
Location: Bay Point Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925)395-4218

Eligibility:

Senior 60+

Service Type: Dine In
Helpline for seniors in Vacaville for services such as pick-up and drop-off essential supplies, transportation, and home check-ups. Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm and 9am-2pm on Saturdays.
Location: Vacaville
Contact:

(707) 449-5100 or seniorhelp@cityofvacaville.com

Service Type: By Phone
Free groceries including produce, dry goods and USDA surplus foods, every Saturday 8:30-10:30am at Fairfax Community Church (2398 Sir Francis Drake Blvd).
Location: Fairfax Marin County
Service Type: Pick Up
Drive-thu food pantry on Tuesdays, 1-3pm at 1907 Novato Blvd.
Location: Novato
Contact:

info@northmarincs.org, 415-897-4147

Eligibility:

low-income Novato residents

Service Type: Pick Up
Meals delivered to seniors and disabled individuals who are homebound. Call for assistance.
Location: Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Sonoma County
Contact:

(415) 449-3700

Service Type: Delivery
Free to-go style breakfast (6:30-8am) and lunch (11am-1pm) daily at 820 B St.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 454-3303

Service Type: Pick Up
Connects older adults with community resources including food and weekly well-being calls with a counselor. Mon-Fri 7:30am-4pm.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 780-7542

Eligibility:

60+ in San Mateo County

Service Type: By Phone
Provides home delivered meals for seniors.
Location: Alameda County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(415) 677-7600

Service Type: Delivery
Lunches for seniors (60+) at the Veterans Memorial Senior Center Tuesday – Friday from 11:00am – 1:00pm.
Location: Redwood City San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 780-7259

Free hot meals Mondays through Saturday between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. 3500 Middlefield Road. No questions asked, no one turned away.
Location: Menlo Park San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 365-9664

Service Type: Dine In
Provides food (opens at 1:30pm Mon-Fri except Wednesday). Call F.I.S.H. at 996-0111 weekdays between 9 a.m. – noon, except holidays. Food delivery to seniors, rides to medical appointments, medical equipment, and utility and rent assistance to Sonoma Valley residents in need. F.I.S.H. also provides clothes, household items, layettes and resource navigation.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 996-0111

Service Type: Delivery
Food pantry accessible by appointment only at 31 Bepler St. Call or email to schedule.
Location: Daly City San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 994-5150

Service Type: Pick Up
Family resource centers that offer diapers and baby supplies throughout the county. Enter your zip code to find the nearest Family Resource Center along with their hours and activities.
Location: Santa Clara County
Pickup of to-go boxed lunches in the Social Hall of the Senior Center (Mon-Fri 11:30am-12:15pm).
Location: Mountain View
Eligibility:

ages 55+

Service Type: Pick Up
Matches at-risk residents of Daly City with volunteers to provide grocery deliveries. Deliveries are free but you must pay for your grocery items.
Location: Daly City
Contact:

(408) 780-8085, safefooddalycity@gmail.com

Service Type: Delivery
7-21 meals per week, and up to 24 weeks of meals.  Meals are free or low cost, depending on income level. Call or email to get started.
Location: Marin County Sonoma County
Contact:

Email clientcareteam@ceresproject.org or Call (707) 829-5833 Ext. 201 (English) Ext. 203 (Spanish)

Eligibility:

Marin or Sonoma County residents with health challenges, income-based. Must be stably housed and able to refrigerate and reheat meals. If you don’t qualify, fee-based meals are available on a case-by-case basis for $90 per person / week for 7 weekly meals. If you are not in Sonoma or Marin counties, you may get meals through the Affiliate Partner Network.

Service Type: Delivery
Home-delivered daily meals to home-bound seniors. See link for applications, or call for more info.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 350-3200 option 1

Eligibility:

Santa Clara residents. Seniors 60+, living alone or homebound

Service Type: Delivery
Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Shower and laundry services for the unhoused. See link for locations and hours. Call (707) 433-6161 for help with Permanent Supportive Housing or Rapid ReHousing.
Location: Cloverdale Geyserville Healdsburg Windsor
Contact:

(707) 433-6161

Eligibility:

Homeless/at-risk individuals

Homeless/at-risk families with children under the age of 18

Individuals and families who need rental and utility assistance

People who live in one of these four cities: Healdsburg, Windsor, Cloverdale, Geyserville

Nourish provides up to 7 meals, delivered 3 days a week to those who need extra help getting their daily nutrition. Call or sign up on the website.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 456-9062 ext. 176

Eligibility:

Anyone living in Marin County with a chronic or acute limitation, of any age, in need of home delivered meals.

Service Type: Delivery
Provides housing and support services to the unhoused, as well as emergency food pantry 12 and 2 pm Monday through Friday (closed on Holidays). 416 Union Avenue, Fairfield
Location: Fairfield Solano County
Contact:

(707) 427-1148,
info@canbinc.com

Meal delivery to seniors 60+. Call to make an intake appointment to sign up.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 425-0638

Eligibility:

Any person age 60 or over, who is home-bound and unable to prepare their own meals.

•The spouse, partner, or primary live-in caregiver of any qualified senior, regardless of age or condition.

•A disabled family member (under 60), residing at home with a qualified senior.

 

Service Type: Delivery
Free produce at various locations throughout Napa County every Friday. See link for location detail.
Location: Napa County
Eligibility:

No eligibility requirements
First-come, first-served

Service Type: Pick Up
During the 2021-2022 school year, all students will receive free breakfast and lunch.
Location: Napa County
Call to find out how to apply for CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. You can also apply online or in person at the County's 3 offices.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 784-8050

Call to find out how to apply for emergency CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. See link for more info.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 253-4511, or (800) 464-4214

For the 2021-2022 school year, all student meals will be free of charge. Students can receive meals by visiting their school cafeteria for breakfast or lunch. Families do not need to fill out an application to get free meals.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 423-2077, or email nutritionservices@scusd.net.

Free meals for all students in the 2021-22 school year. Families that would qualify for free/reduced meals will also qualify important benefits and resources, such as Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) grocery money. Fill out a meal application a meal application at family.titank12.com
Location: Santa Rosa
Contact:

eburke@srcs.k12.ca.us, 707-890-3807

Service Type: Pick Up
Call or check website for food distribution locations in your area.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 523-7903

Food pantry Mon-Thu, 10am-noon at 93 Stony Cir. Food assistance can be received once every 30 days. Also provides assistance to pay utility bills and rent. See website for details.
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 542-0998 or (707) 542-0981

Eligibility:

Identification – Photo I.D. for all adults in the household and identification for all children residing in the household (i.e. birth certificate, Social Security card or Medical card).
Must provide proof of current address.

Free breakfast and lunch for children 18 and under, Monday-Friday, 11am-12noon at 125 Bahia Way.
Location: San Rafael
List of resources for free food and meals for for seniors throughout Santa Clara County.
Location: Santa Clara County
Service Type: Web
Free food resources- groceries and prepared meals. Search by location or Call 1-800-984-3663 M–F, 8am-5pm. Call 211 after hours.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800) 984-3663, text GETFOOD to (408) 455-5181 or email getfood@shfb.org

Eligibility:

Anyone in need regardless of citizenship or immigration status, ethnicity or sexual orientation.

Meal delivery to seniors 60+ with no income limits for $3.50/meal. Provides emergency housing and shelter for individuals and families, showers, and food distribution. Call for a meal delivery screening or more info, or see website for locations and hours.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-457-INFO (4636)

Eligibility:

Seniors 60+

Service Type: Delivery
Meals are free to all enrolled students during the 2021-2022 school year. Breakfast is served at certain schools and lunch is available at all schools for students enrolled in the District.
Location: Foster City San Mateo (city)
Contact:

(650) 312-1968

All students will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost every day for the 2021-2022 school year. Students do not need to meet eligibility standards to receive meals at no cost.
Location: San Jose
The San Francisco Diaper Bank provides a free monthly supply of diapers to CalWORKs or CalFresh households with children under the age of three. Each eligible child may receive up to two cases of diapers each month. Please note: Participation in the Diaper Bank will not reduce monthly benefit amounts for food or cash assistance. Bring EBT and ID for CalWORKs and CalFresh households at 170 Otis St (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm), 1235 Mission (Monday - Thursday, 9am--5pm)
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 557-5100

Eligibility:

CalFresh and CalWORKs recipients

Service Type: Pick Up
SFUSD is providing no cost school meals for all students starting in the 2021-2022 school year.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

None

Hot meals, groceries and hygiene products from 9am - 2pm and case management service over the phone by calling (510) 548-2884. 2218 Acton Street
Location: Alameda County Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 548-2884, staff@womensdropin.org

Service Type: Pick Up
Free diapers for CalWORKs and CalFresh household. Mon-Fri 10am-5pm at 1601 Lane St. Call and leave a message with name, number and size needed and your call will be returned.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 822-9404 ext. 4235

Eligibility:

CalFresh and CalWORKs recipients

Service Type: Pick Up
Drive-thru grocery pickup, Tuesday—Friday 9.30am-3.00pm Closed Mondays and Weekends. Households in need of food can drive through our system one time per week to access groceries. All clients are expected to stay in their vehicle, wear their mask, pop their trunk, and volunteers will place food into your car. 37350 Joseph St, Fremont.
Location: Alameda County Fremont
Contact:

(510) 598-4068

Eligibility:

Alameda County residents

Service Type: Drive Thru
Food pantry open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 1-5 PM; Wednesday from 1 – 7 PM and Fridays and Saturdays from 12-4 PM. 418 Junction Avenue, Livermore.
Location: Alameda County Livermore
Contact:

(800) 884-8119

Service Type: Pick Up
Food pantry open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9am-2pm and 4th Saturday of each month at 1640 10th Street, Oakland
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 835-8683

Service Type: Pick Up
Food pantries at 8 YMCA locations throughout San Francsico.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

Call each location, or (415) 777-9622 (General)

Service Type: Pick Up
Crisis housing referrals and food bags, diapers and formula distributed. Pick up on Fridays 10am-3pm (closed for lunch 12-1). To access drop-in services clients may call HPP’s remote intake line at 415-754-0581 or complete the client services interest form.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-754-0581

Eligibility:

Pregnant, a parent or a custodial guardian with a child 17 years old or younger

Service Type: Pick Up, By Phone
Free diapers for families in Oceanview, Merced and Ingleside neighborhoods. Call for more details.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 406-1370

Service Type: Pick Up
Eligible low-income households may receive food Tu-Fri 10:30am-1:30pm. ID and declaration of income is required.
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 235-9732

Eligibility:

Need to show ID and declare monthly household income

Service Type: Pick Up
Resources for San Francisco residents having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic. You can also call 311.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

311

Service Type: Web
Food provided free of charge to families and individuals. No appointment required but sign-up requested.
Location: Ashland Castro Valley Cherryland San Leandro San Lorenzo
Contact:

(510) 347-4620
extension 150

Eligibility:

income based. Residents of San Leandro or the Eden area, including San Lorenzo, Castro Valley, Ashland and Cherryland of Hayward .

Service Type: Pick Up
Resource to look up free food, inquire about CalFresh, or refer someone to be contacted. Check website for food programs in your city.
Location: Contra Costa County Solano County
Contact:

(855) 309-3663

Emergency food pantry for pickups and deliveries in Fremont, Newark and Union City. Pick up or call and provide your phone number and address to request delivery at 510-793-5683. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Location: Fremont Newark Union City
Contact:

(510) 793-5683

Eligibility:

residents of Fremont, Newark and Union

Service Type: Pick Up, Delivery
Meals 11am-12:45pm: M-F in Antioch (403 West 6th St), 7 days a week in Martinez (835 Ferry St), M-F in Oakley (1403 Main St) and 7 days a week in Pittsburg (1415 Simpson Court). 12pm-1:15pm M-F in Walnut Creek (1888 Trinity Avenue). A food pantry is available at all locations except Walnut Creek.
Location: Antioch Martinez Oakley Pittsburg Walnut Creek
Contact:

(925) 293-4792

Service Type: Pick Up
Lunch Monday through Saturday, 12-2:00pm at 225 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco. Check the website or call (415) 552-0240 for current schedule.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 552-0240

Service Type: Pick Up
Food pantry on Nottingham Alley off of Kearny St., 9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Limited to residents of participating SROs.
Location: San Francisco
Eligibility:

To access services, individuals living in the participating SRO’s must bring a recent rental receipt and a valid form of identification. https://www.northbeachcitizens.org/our-work

Service Type: Pick Up
Drive-thru grocery pickup, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. Walk ups not accepted. Please come with an empty trunk.
Location: Alameda County San Lorenzo
Contact:

Slzfoodbank@gmail.com

Eligibility:

Anyone in Alameda County who has financial need may receive food assistance twice a month.

Service Type: Drive Thru
List of food pantries & service details in San Francisco and Marin County.
Location: Marin County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 282-1900

Eligibility:

Anyone who considers themselves in need of food qualifies for assistance from Food Bank programs and pantries.

Food Pantry open Mon, Tues, Thurs, (drive-thru only) Fri 2-4PM (walk ups and drive-thru). Closed Wednesday.
Location: Alameda County Hayward
Contact:

(510) 785-3663

Service Type: Drive Thru, Pickup
The Food Pantry distributes food every Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 2pm and Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30pm. 5316 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

(510) 961-4385

Service Type: Pick Up
Distribute food Mon, Wed, and Fri, Noon-5pm at 650 West Ranger Avenue, Alameda (Bus line 96). Check website for updates first and call to confirm eligibility.
Location: Alameda (city)
Contact:

(510) 523-5850

Eligibility:

People who live, work or go to school in the City of Alameda

Service Type: Pick Up
Come to the Berkeley Food Pantry between 11:00am.-3:00pm M/W/F. to obtain an appointment slip with a time to check-in and receive groceries. Appointments are between 2 and 4pm. Monthly and bi-monthly delivery is also available.
Location: Albany Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 525-2280

Eligibility:

Berkeley or Albany residents

Service Type: Pick Up or Delivery
Resource to look up free food by zip code, inquire about CalFresh, or refer someone to be contacted.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(800) 870-FOOD (3663) or (510) 635-3663, M-F 9am-4pm

Mutual aid meal assistance for members of the queer community.
Location: California
Contact:

None

Service Type: Website
Grocery deliveries to seniors.
Location: Alameda County Ashland Cherryland Hayward San Lorenzo
Contact:

Slzfoodbank@gmail.com

Eligibility:

Anyone in Alameda County who has financial need may receive food assistance twice a month.

Service Type: Delivery
Call to get information and referrals for food and emergency food delivery to senior and individuals living with a disability, 8am-5pm, 7 days a week.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 355-6700

Service Type: By Phone
Connects seniors and persons with disabilities with services such as meals, home care. Leave a message and a Peer Advocate will respond.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 546-1333

Service Type: By Phone
Meal deliveries to seniors. Suggested donations of $3.50 per person.
Location: Alameda County Castro Valley Hayward Oakland San Leandro
Contact:

(510) 582-1263 ext. 101 (Oakland), (510) 582-1263 ext. 114 (Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo)

Eligibility:

60+, do not have caregiver, cannot shop for food

Service Type: Delivery
Lunches every weekday to pick up for anyone over the age of 60 or living with a disability (must be a San Francisco resident). Sign up with Project Open Hand to join the program (415) 447-2335.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 421-6443 ext. 34 for more info

Eligibility:

Must be SF resident, senior 60+ or with a disability

Service Type: Pick Up
Daily Breakfast (7:30am Seniors, 8am general public), lunch (noon) and dinner (4pm Mon-Fri, bag at dinner on weekends); hygiene and triaging, and needles exchange services Mon-Fri
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 674-6000

Eligibility:

no eligibility requirements

Service Type: Pick up and dine in
Meals daily. Breakfast to go, starting at 7am. Lunch service: 10:00am – 1:30pm, to go option available. Afternoon hot meal service: to go, 2:30pm – 4pm 121 Golden Gate Avenue, 1st Floor.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-241-2600

info@stanthonysf.org

Service Type: Pick up and dine in
Shelter, food and showers for the unhoused. Free hot lunch served Tuesday through Saturday, 10:45am to 12:45pm. Call for referrals.
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

510-638-7600.

Service Type: Dine in
To go lunches for seniors in six locations in San Francisco. Delivery also available. Call for more information.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-550-2226

Service Type: Pick Up
Food and meal distribution. Food distribution Monday-Friday, 12-2pm. Meals Tuesday and Thursday, 11am. English and Spanish spoken.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-990-0775, info@eastoaklandcollective.com

Service Type: Pick Up
Food for seniors 62+. Call to reserve, walkins ok. Mon-Fri 11am-1pm at 3301 E. 12th St 2nd floor
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

(510) 535-6123

Eligibility:

Seniors ages 62+

Service Type: Pick Up
Home delivered meals or groceries delivered to seniors and those with critical health issues living alone in San Francisco.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-920-1111

Eligibility:

Low income SF residents 60+ Homebound or unable to prepare meals, unable to shop for yourself, recent hospital stay or ongoing health problems, living alone or with a caregiver. For complete eligibility see https://www.mowsf.org/get-started

Service Type: Delivery
Grocery to Alameda County seniors 60+ and income less than 232% of federal poverty line. See link for locations.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 534-8540 ext. 369.

Eligibility:

Alameda County residents 60 and up and income less than 232% of the federal poverty line

Service Type: Pick Up
Free hot meals drive thru or walkup, Mon-Fri 1-3pm, 911 Loyola Way, Livermore. Free groceries, drive thru only, Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am-3pm, 6140 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Pleasanton. Senior meals also available- check the website for more info.
Location: Alameda County Dublin Livermore Pleasanton
Contact:

(925) 500-8241 (seniors)
(925) 580-1616 (general)

Eligibility:

anyone in need

Service Type: Drive thru or pick up
Pick up hot and frozen to-go meals at various sites in San Francisco. Make sure to check the link at the top of the page to see which sites are open.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 447-2379

Eligibility:

Registered clients, San Francisco resident seniors (60 years or older) and adults with disabilities (18 – 59 years old).

Service Type: Delivery
Meal deliveries for individuals living with critical illness. Need to apply and submit forms by doctors. See https://www.openhand.org/get-meals/how-apply to apply
Location: Alameda County San Francisco
Contact:

San Francisco (800) 551-6325 or 415-447-2326.

Oakland (Alameda County) (510) 622-0221.

Eligibility:

Residents of San Francisco and Alameda County with primary diagnoses. https://www.openhand.org/get-meals/how-apply

Service Type: See https://www.openhand.org/get-meals/how-apply to apply
Health & Mental Health

There is no out of pocket cost for COVID-19 testing, and you can get tested for free even if you do not have insurance. Learn more about testing on the state site or search for your county below.

COVID vaccines are free. Learn more about COVID vaccines on the state site or search for your county.

Sign up for for Covered California or Medi-Cal and get covered by the first day of the next month. Low-income families not eligible for Medi-Cal, and undocumented immigrants, may be able to get health coverage through county programs or through community clinics.

Below are organizations and agencies that provide health care, mental health services and substance abuse counseling in your local area. 

All Resources

"Pay what you can" healthcare including adult medicine, behavioral health, optometry, pharmacy, dental, pediatrics and women's health.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 835-9610

24/7 crisis line for Sonoma County residents for sexual assault, rape and trauma.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 545-7273

Service Type: By Phone
Primary care, mental health, and social work are available at all clinics in-person and by phone. Because of the COVID pandemic, it is safer to try to help you with your needs over the phone. If you have access to a phone, call first for a phone appointment so that we can help you over the phone. If you don’t have access to a phone, walk-in early to be first in line. Visits are first-come, first-served and can sometimes run out.
Location: Gilroy Mountain View San Jose Santa Clara County Sunnyvale
Contact:

(408) 885-5000

Primary care, dental, optometry, behavioral health, youth health and family support services offered. Call or text to schedule an appointment. The registration team will work with you to identify your eligibility for free or low-cost medical services and/or insurance programs. All patients seen regardless of their ability to pay for services or documentation status. English and Spanish are available, and if you speak another language, they will find other resources.
Location: Fremont Hayward San Leandro Union City
Contact:

(510) 471-5880

Essential workers, whether furloughed or employed, as well as their adult family members during the COVID-19 pandemic can find therapists for four free or low-fee short-term therapy sessions.
Location: National
Eligibility:

Essential workers and their families

Service Type: By Phone
Mentis and Teens Connect provide group therapy and one on one therapy in schools in Napa County. For more information or to request an appointment, call or fill out the form.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

707/255.0966 ext.132

Service Type: By Phone
Medical care for current or former sex workers, their current partner(s), and their children )(adolescent and above) who live and work within the Bay Area. Medical treatment for people have current medical symptoms such as a wound/abscess, fever, UTI, symptoms of an STI, etc. See the calendar for current hours and call for an appointment.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-554-8494

Service Type: By Phone
Sourcewise provides an array of direct support services for older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers in Santa Clara County. To get help contact a Community Resource Specialist via telephone Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (408) 350-3200, option 1.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 350-3200, option 1.

This line is for anyone experiencing stress, anxiety and/or feelings of depression, while dealing with the disruptions due to COVID-19. A therapist is ready to listen and offer support and referrals. M-F 9am-5pm.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

707-784-8988

Service Type: By Phone
Resource directory of community services in San Mateo. Includes government assistance, children, teens & families and emergency resources.
Location: San Mateo County
Service Type: Web
SVILC emergency services include housing application fees, one-time rent or mortgage payment assistance, move-in costs for rental deposits, information and referrals, food pantry distributions, access to short-term loan of wheelchairs or Assistive Technology, or bus token, case management, etc. Call or apply online https://svilc.org/apply-for-services/
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 894-9041

Eligibility:

You must: be a person with a significant disability or impairment, which limits their ability to function independently in their home community, or environment, or engage in employment;
be able to benefit from independent living services to achieve a greater level of independence; and
live or work in Santa Clara County, or be unable to receive independent living services that SVILC provides in your own county of residence.

The SGR hotline provides accurate, non-judgmental, confidential, fact-based information about sexuality, gender, and relationships. Accepts calls from people of all ages with all types of questions around sex, sexual health, gender expression, identity, and the ways sex and sexuality can impact relationships. Topics include: STIs, HIV, pregnancy and birth control, gender identity and expression, sexual variations, open relationships and different relationship styles, BDSM, sex work, anatomy and how your body works, and everything in-between. Hours are generally 3-9pm Monday-Thursday.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

415-989-7374, questions@sgrhotline.org

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of resources in San Francisco searchable by need.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Web
SEEDS uses trained mediators to help people and entities in conflict find constructive solutions that meet everyone’s needs. Mediations are restorative, effective, confidential, and affordable. SEEDS does not provide legal advice. Fill out an online form to begin intake. Mediations are scheduled 2-3 weeks after all parties have completed intakes. Mediations are handled on a sliding scale and no one is turned away for inability to pay.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-542-9238

The SF Wellness Initiative provides support to San Francisco public high school students. Includes wellness check-ins with students and families, mental and physical health assessments, brief, short term counseling, crisis counseling and referrals to providers in the community. Individual services are offered by phone and Google Hangouts. To access a Wellness referral form or contact information for the Wellness Teams, please visit your school's website.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

hardimanc@sfusd.edu

Eligibility:

San Francisco Unified School District high school students

Service Type: By Phone
Samaritan House has free clinics in San Mateo and Redwood City, providing services to low-income and uninsured individuals residing in San Mateo county. Comprehensive, healthcare is available, including primary and specialty medical, dental, vision, and mental health care. By appointment only.
Location: Redwood City San Mateo (city) San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 578-0400 (San Mateo), (650) 839-1447 (Redwood City)

Service Type: By Appointment
Directory of online AA meetings.
Location: National
Service Type: Web
RYSE provides counseling, group programs and LGBTQ support for Richmond and West Contra Costa County youth.
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 374-3401

Warmline providing support and information people chronically challenged by behavioral health issues. Mon-Thurs 9:30-3:30
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

707-823-1640, x207, then press 0

Service Type: By Phone
Provides adult primary medicine and referrals to other services. African-centered services also available for people pregnant or parenting a child under 6 years old.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 490-4710

Service Type: By appointment
Community health clinic providing preventative care to anyone under the age of 25. The clinic offers free/low cost medical, dental, and audiological services. Non-judgmental, culturally responsive, immigrant and LGBTQ-friendly service and care.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510.485.5292

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides clinical and school-based services to support LGBTQ youth and their families. Call the intake line to get connected to services, community resources or general information. This is not a crisis line. Only Medi-Cal accepted. Otherwise, sliding scale. It will take between a week-6 weeks for a therapist to reach out to you. Services in English and Spanish.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 692-2056

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Offers a variety of services for parents and children with special needs of any age and diagnoses: parent training on special education, SSI, IHSS, MediCal, and other public benefits; 1:1 confidential consultations; training on Assistive Technology; remote learning for children. Services are being held online. Phones and emails are still being answered. Most services are available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin and Tagalog.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

info@php.com

Service Type: Email
Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Enter your information to find custom resources and job listings or general listings near your zip code. Listings include essential services, trainings and jobs.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Accessible and affordable mental health services. Mental health services are available on an ability to pay basis. Basic fees are $40 per session, and a sliding fee scale according to household income and family size. English and Spanish offered. Call for intake and assessment.
Location: Novato
Contact:

(415) 892-1643, ext 239

Service Type: In Person or By Phone
Confidential, youth-friendly reproductive health services including pregnancy testing and options counseling, emergency contraception, birth control counseling and dispensing, STD testing and treatment, HIV testing and counseling, pap smears and pelvic exams and testicular exams. Prenatal care is not available. FamilyPACT and Medi-Cal accepted. Services currently available in person and via phone/telehealth. Call to schedule an appointment. Phones are answered Mon/Thurs/Fri 830 a.m.-5 p.m. and Tues/Wed 930 a.m.-6 p.m. (closed noon-1 p.m.). Be sure to leave a message with your full name, date of birth and phone number.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 502-8336

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides medical, dental and behavioral health to all in need regardless of age, gender, tribal affiliations, religion, sexual orientation, race, or ethnicity. COVID testing and vaccines are available. Services are being offered in-person or via telehealth (phone) and videohealth (video).
Location: Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

Call or text (510) 535-4400 for Oakland and (415) 417-3501 for San Francisco.

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides supportive services for veterans. Locations in the Bay Area serving Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa and Solano Counties. Transitional and permanent supportive housing, case management, mental health, employment, mobile service units, homeless ness prevention and behavioral health are available. Call the main number or the number for the county near you.
Location: California Napa County San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

1-833-468-9676

Eligibility:

Veterans

Service Type: By Phone
Provides Spanish-Speaking residents in Concord with no-cost immigration legal services. A variety of other services are available around workforce development, housing and staying healthy. Contact for more info.
Location: Concord
Contact:

(925) 682-8248
info@monumentimpact.org

MNRC offers services that are bilingual, free of charge and available on a drop-in basis. Day-time drop in services include access to bathrooms, showers, and laundry services, peer counseling, case management, shelter reservations and lockers. Call (415) 510-8282 for medical care. 165 Capp Street
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 552-3870

Service Type: Drop In
Marin Crisis Stabilization unit is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They can be reached at 415-473-6666. The County of Marin’s Mobile Crisis Response Team is available Monday – Friday 8 AM to 9 PM, Saturday 1 PM to 9 PM at 415-473-6392. This is not a replacement for calling 911.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-473-6666 (Crisis Stabilization Unit) or
415-473-6392 (Mobile Crisis Response Team)

Service Type: By Phone
Maitri helps families and individuals from South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives) facing domestic violence, emotional abuse, cultural alienation, or family conflict. The live helpline is open from Mon to Fri (9 am to 3 pm) with voicemails checked outside of those hours. The helpline is the first point of contact. They also provide legal advocacy, counseling and can assist with locating housing.
Location: California
Contact:

1-888-862-4874

Service Type: By Phone
An alternative to the Emergency Room for illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention (usually within 24 hours), but are not life-threatening or serious enough to require emergency room care or even hospitalization. See list on the website of when to choose urgent care. No appointments or referrals are needed. If you are not insured, LifeLong offers uninsured programs and a sliding scale payment option, based upon family size, and income. English and Spanish offered.
Location: Berkeley Pinole Richmond San Pablo
Contact:


(510) 204-7979 (Berkeley), (510) 877-3365 (Richmond), (510) 974-0475 (Pinole), (510) 231-9800 (San Pablo)

Service Type: Walk In
HIV care services including case management, AIDS drug assistance programs, housing enrollment and more. Prevention services including HIV and STI testings, PReP, PEP and more. Call for patient support and linkage to care.
Location: Berkeley Oakland Richmond
Contact:

(510) 981-4100

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of legal aid organizations and referral services. Select your county and topic to be directed to organizations that can help with issues including immigration, housing, families and kids, health, benefits, seniors, expungement, abuse, etc. Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Tagalog.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
The medical clinic provides services for youth 25 and under. Free preventative, primary & sexual medical care including rapid HIV testing, behavioral health, family planning, and health education. Referrals for eye, dental & podiatry. Support accessing Medi-Cal & Covered California through Case Managers at Larkin Street. Behavioral Health also available. Young people can self-refer by emailing bhwellness@larkinstreetyouth.org 134 Golden Gate. Drop in hours listed online.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

Medical clinic: (415) 673-0911 ext. 259. Behavioral health: bhwellness@larkinstreetyouth.org

Eligibility:

For ages 25 and under

Service Type: Drop In
Provides health services for the Asian community in Contra Costa County housing services in Oakland and San Pablo, and income and family support in Oakland and San Pablo. Available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Burmese, Lao, Nepalese, Farsi, Pashto, Arabic, Russian, Dari, Vietnamese, Turkish and Uzbek.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Oakland San Pablo
Contact:

510-533-8850

Provides outpatient and residential substance use disorder treatment, including specifically for Latinx and youth. Contra Costa and Alameda County locations. Check the webpage for specific locations and hours.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

510-634-8819 (Mujeres con esperanza- Alameda County), 510-300-3170
(Mujeres con esperanza- Contra Costa County and Latino Family Services), 510-731-4558 (Youth for Change)

Offers mental health, case management, crisis intervention, and medication support services to adults with a severe mental illness who have been involved in the justice system in Alameda County.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-826-9253

Eligibility:

Involved with the justice system

Provides early intervention and community education, including mental health, child abuse and domestic violence for Vietnamese-Americans in Santa Clara County. Sign up online.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-509-8788

Immigrants Rising’s Mental Health Connector provides undocumented young people with free and confidential psychological support. All undocumented young people who reside in California and are comfortable conversing in English are eligible. Fill out the form to get started.
Location: California
Eligibility:

Undocumented young people who feel comfortable having conversations in English

Contact the Community Care Team for help with physical, emotional, and tangible support in the areas of food insecurity, mental health, housing, and wellness. Fill out the intake form to provide your contact information and provide information to help the Care Team prepare. Drop-ins Tuesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

careteam.homies@gmail.com or 510.485.2224

Provides relationship management, counseling, therapy, parenting classes and resource referral services to Asian families. Available in Mandarin, Cantonese, English and Taiwanese.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

(510) 790-3366
or hfrc@heraldinternational.org

All ages clinic specializing in caring for transgender, non-binary and gender expansive people. Offers medical care, mental/emotional health care and social work support for practical needs. Services available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Punjabi and Tagalog. Call to make an appointment.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 977-4550

Eligibility:

Accepting Medi-Cal, Medicare, most private insurances. Financial counselors available for patients without insurance.

Service Type: By Appointment
Community-centered healing for the people’s bodies, minds, and souls. Ancestral, Indigenous, and holistic healing integrated with the strengths of Western medicine. All services are offered for free and/or at community scale to underserved communities in the Bay Area. See website for current locations and times.
Location: Berkeley Oakland
Eligibility:

BIPOC and undocumented people prioritized

Provides family mental health care, programs for LGBTQ communities, family violence and abuse prevention and support services, substance use treatment services for adults and specialized services for deaf/heard-of hearing people.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 538-0880

Assistance line for seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Social workers will provide referrals to other services, and assistance with solving problems. The assistance line can provide help with support groups, health issues, housing resources, transportation, emergency food resources, employment, in-home help, Medicare counseling, benefits and more.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Landlines in Contra Costa, call toll free (800) 510-2020
Cell phones or outside Contra Costa, call (925) 229-8434
TDD line for the hearing impaired, call (925) 602-4198

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency assistance to seniors and people with disabilities including: accessible transportation, in-home attendant care, case management, and equipment repair for wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Urgent Dispatch line is open 24 hours a day.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-704-2111

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of HIV-related services in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Search by location, filter by preset categories or type in keywords of your choice.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Service Type: Web
Provides legal services on issues of: immigration, interacting with the justice system and homelessness, dealing with the medical system as it pertains to HIV/AIDs, and several other items. Eligibility determined by several factors- call or read the website for more information. If you have an issue that doesn't meet one of their legal issues, call for more information or referrals.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Eligibility:

Alameda County, or Contra Costa Residents who are living with HIV. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Dimensions Clinic is a welcoming, safe and open space for queer and trans youth to get comprehensive medical and mental health services. Free or low-cost healthcare for youth, ages 12 to 25, with services tailored specifically to serve transgender and gender non-binary young people. Check clinic hours on the site.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(628) 217-5700
dimensions.clinic@sfdph.org

Eligibility:

San Francisco youth ages 12 to 25, tailored to LGBTQ+, income requirements. If you live out of San Francisco you must pay out of pocket or have insurance that allows you to select your own doctor.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides 24/7 crisis stabilization, no appointment necessary. Comprehensive mental health services for up to 23 hours, at which point you will be connected to other mental health services.
Location: Fairfield Solano County
Contact:

(707) 428-1131

Service Type: By Phone or Walk In
Compass Central City Access Point is an entry point for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness to connect with SF Family Coordinated Entry. Call or email with questions, or drop in for groceries, diaper bank, toiletries, mail pick up, community referrals, meal pick up and triage to shelter. (Drop in closes at 12pm on Tuesdays and 4pm on other weekdays). 37 Grove Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 644-0504
info@compass-sf.org

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
24/7 rape and sexual assault crisis line for Contra Costa and Marin County residents.
Location: Contra Costa County Marin County
Contact:

Call (800) 670-7273 or text “CVS” to 20121

Service Type: By Phone or Text
OUSD health centers are open to families. Medical services for ages 11 to 21 years old and mental health services for ages 12 to 21 years old. Call during 8:30am-5pm Mondays through Fridays to schedule an appointment at 2607 Myrtle Street.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-835-1393

Eligibility:

Members of the community and McClymond’s high school students

Service Type: By Appointment
The Family Wellness Program connects low-income, immigrant and recently arrived children and families to vital services and local resources. Provides case management, information and referrals, counseling, system navigation and advocacy and language access support. Service are free and in Spanish and English.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-872-7465

Eligibility:

Low-income and immigrant families with children birth to 18-years-old,
Recently arrived unaccompanied children and families in San Francisco Immigration Court

The Wellness and Recovery Center are peer run drop-in centers for people with mental illness. There are locations in Fairfield, Vacaville and Vallejo. The centers are open Monday – Friday from 7:30am to 2:30pm.
Location: Fairfield Solano County Vacaville Vallejo
Contact:

707-648-8121 (Vallejo)

Service Type: Drop In
The Cameron House is a faith-based center that empowers Chinese Americans. They offer professional and psychotherapy servies for free or low cost to low- and moderate income families and individuals. Services offered in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Clients of all ages from all ethnic and religious backgrounds are welcome.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 781-0401

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
24-7 emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Provides crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. Access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California on mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, gang involvement, school issues, LGBTQ identities, drugs, housing, substance ab/use, health services, reproductive health support, legal assistance, transportation and more. Call or text 1.800.843.5200 or chat on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

1.800.843.5200

Service Type: By Phone
Medical clinics with full-scope primary care and mental health, as well as prenatal and well-baby care. Family support programs are also offered. Patients are treated regardless of immigration status or ability to pay. Telemedicine and on-site visits.
Location: Alameda County Antioch Contra Costa County Oakland Richmond
Contact:

1(877) 427-7134

A free mobile asthma clinic for pre-school and K-12 students. Phone 510-763-1880 for an appointment.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-763-1880

Eligibility:

Anyone aged 3 mos-18 years can visit the Breathmobile with a parent or guardian by appointment. You do not need to have insurance. There are no citizenship requirements.

Service Type: By Appointment
Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Axis provides primary care medical including pediatrics, adult health, women’s health care, mental health services, dental care, acupuncture and chiropractic care and urgent care mental health services. Accepts Medicare, Medi-Cal, Health Program of Alameda County (HealthPac), Contra Costa Health Plan, Covered California Blue Shield, and other public insurance plans. Services are also available on a sliding scale based on income and family size. No one will be denied access to services due to their inability to pay. Call to make an appointment.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Dublin Livermore Pleasanton
Contact:

925-462-1755

Service Type: By Appointment
Daily reassurance calls to housebound people.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 934-0901

Service Type: By Phone
Provides trauma-informed mental health counseling, wellness support and case management services, as well as a complete range of medical and dental care. Call to become a member of the health center or to schedule a registration appointment. Services available in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Lao, Mien, and Khmer.
Location: Alameda County Oakland San Leandro
Contact:

510-986-6880

Free therapeutic and crisis interventions. Youth and young adults from ages 6 to 21 can walk in Tuesdays from 11am-2pm or call the crisis line 24/7 at (408) 294-0579. The Gardner Mobile Unit offers free, bilingual and confidential health visits. First come, first served. Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 4pm-7pm.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

General: (408)341-6080, Crisis line: (408) 294-0579

Support line for Napa and Solano County residents. Can help with parents and guardians who are dealing with children’s anxiety and increased problem behaviors related to COVID, brief interventions and support, connection to resources. Available 8am-8pm 7 days a week. Bilingual operators available at all times.
Location: Napa County Solano County
Contact:

707-543-1152

Service Type: By Phone
Infomation and resources available to residents of Alameda County including a map of food, services testing and vaccination sites, public benefits, guidance for older adults, child care resources, domestic violence resources, emergency food and housing resources, Medi-cal and in-home supportive services, VA, and refugee cash assistance (RCA).
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-891-0700

Provides sliding scale counseling, substance abuse treatment and LGBTQ social and support groups. Contact the intake coordinator to schedule an appointment.
Location: Palo Alto Redwood City San Mateo County
Contact:

650.424.0852 x108

Service Type: By Phone
AACI Health Center provides high quality care regardless of a patient’s immigration status and insurance or ability to pay. Comprehensive primary and preventative health care as well as, diabetes testing, vaccines, women's health and chronic diseases prevention. Request an appointment online or call.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 975-2730

Primary, physical and sexual health care for youth, ages 12 to 24. Free for all youth. Appointments and drop-ins are welcome Monday through Friday between 1:00 PM and 4:30 PM. To avoid a wait list, consider making an appointment at (415) 822-1707.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 822-1707

Eligibility:

Youth 12-24. Youth need Medi-Cal or Healthy Families. Youth under 18 need permission from a parent or guardian.

 

Service Type: Drop In or By Appointment
Call or text the MH First Oakland on Friday & Saturday nights from 8pm to 8am, when there are currently no other mental health support options available.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

CALL OR TEXT: (510) 999-9MH1
aptp.mhfirst.oak@gmail.com

Service Type: By Phone
Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

Virtual check-in circles and direct support for crime, violence, and trauma survivors, formerly incarcerated people, and people with incarcerated loved ones.
Location: California
Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Provides immigration legal services, student support, English classes, food pantry, and short-term counseling
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 306-0437 or immigration@canalalliance.org (immigration), or (415) 454-2640 (social services referrals)

Service Type: Call or check the service page for instructions
Provides health and mental health care, food pantry and other support services to those experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homeless. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 10am-12:30pm, 1-3pm. See link for info.
Location: Marin County San Rafael
Contact:

(415) 457-8182 ext. 111 (Health)

Service Type: Pantry: Pick Up. Other services: By Phone
24-hour crisis intervention, assessment, medication.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 428-1131

Service Type: By Phone
Medical and behavioral health services.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 448-1500

Medical, dental, behavior health, women's and perinatal health and recovery services with a focus on African American health. Call for an appointment. New patients welcomed. Locations in Marin City, Bayview Hunters Point and San Rafael.
Location: Marin City San Francisco San Rafael
Contact:

(415) 339-8813

Service Type: By Phone
Low-cost dental clinic for low-income and under-insured children ages 15 and under. The dental clinic accepts the following insurance/ payment plans: Denti-Cal and other government sponsored dental programs. We also offer a sliding scale
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 547-2221

Provides free consultations over the phone to anyone in need. Request a consultation online or by calling.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 585-7780

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour crisis intervention, assessment, medication and up to 23 hours of supportive care for individuals in an acute mental health crisis.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 576-8181

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour hotline for anyone or family member/friend of someone who may be suicidal.
Location: Marin County Sonoma County
Contact:

(855) 587-6373

Service Type: By Phone
Offers free, drop in mental health counseling and wellness calls to the LGBTQ community. Call 707-948-6640 for Napa County and 707-595-8961 for Sonoma County.
Location: Napa County Sonoma County
Contact:

707-948-6640 for Napa County and 707-595-8961 for Sonoma County.

Service Type: Drop In
Offers 24-hour mental health emergency hotline for youth (or their parents/guardians), free virtual teen mental wellness groups, and emergency shelter, food and supplies for youth. Call or drop into the Dr. Coffee Teen Shelter anytime. 1243 Ripley Street, Santa Rosa
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

Hotline: (888) 729-0012, (707) 595-0688

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Formerly known as "Gateway." Alcohol and drug treatment services to Santa Clara residents who need them. Services available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Tagalog.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800)488-9919 (general and youth after hours), (408)272-6518 (youth), (408) 794-0660 (prevention services)

Service Type: By Phone
Provides 24-hour referrals to mental health services in Santa Clara county.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800) 704-0900

Service Type: By Phone
Provides low-cost health care coverage and primary health care services to low-income adults in Santa Clara County who are not eligible for full scope Medi-Cal or Covered California. Call or walk in at a participating community clinic.
Location: Santa Clara County
Eligibility:

19+ residents of Santa Clara County, 200% or less of FPL

Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Health care for low- or no-income adults, ages 21 and 64, who ineligible for Medi-Cal, including undocumented immigrants. Apply for up to 6 months of coverage, which may be renewed. You may call 211 or call/apply in person at any of the County's community clinic partners. See link for locations and phone numbers.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

211, or (877) 699-6868

Call to find out how to apply for CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. You can also apply online or in person at the County's 3 offices.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 784-8050

Call to find out how to apply for emergency CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Solano County's Medical Services Program, which provides health care coverage to those ineligible for Medi-Cal. See link for more info.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 253-4511, or (800) 464-4214

Provides legal counseling and advice on housing, public benefits, health care benefits, employment law, education, and senior issues (consumer cases). See website for intake hours. Public Walk-in/Drop-in Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12 and 1-4.; phone preferred.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 643-0054

Service Type: By Phone
Help line in English and Spanish for seniors (60+) experiencing anxiety, stress, depression etc. Call (707) 255-0966 ext. 132 for mental health treatment intake.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 299-1885 (English), (707) 299-1884 (Spanish), (707) 255-0966 ext. 132 (Bilingual intake)

Eligibility:

Napa County residents ages 5 and older who can’t get access to mental health care because of high cost, inadequate health insurance coverage or other reasons.

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour hotline providing assessments, referrals and warm line support for individuals of all ages who are experiencing anxiety, stress, depression etc.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 253-4711

Service Type: By Phone
Provides counseling and emotional support to anyone experiencing mental health challenges. Monday-Friday 10am-6pm.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 453-0400 option 1

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour suicide counseling & support.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(855) 278-4204

Service Type: By Phone
Text RENEW to 741741 for counseling & support
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

Text RENEW to 741741

Service Type: By Phone
Contact Cares offers confidential help lines for individuals of all ages. Trained volunteers provide supportive listening, counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals to callers. All help lines are confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(800)704-0900

Service Type: By Phone
DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

24/7 support through video phone, email and chat for Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled survivors of domestic violence.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 812-1001

Service Type: By Phone
LGBTQ people dealing with violence or abuse can access short-term counseling to receive emotional support, safety planning, referrals, and limited case follow-up. Call to schedule an appointment at (415) 333-HELP (4357) or email counseling@cuav.org. If no one answers, leave a voicemail with a call back number and let us know if it’s okay for us to leave a message. Please expect 1-4 days for a response due to high call volume. Peer Advocacy Counseling will only be provided via phone or through zoom.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 333-HELP

Service Type: By Phone
Provides guidance and support to parents or caregivers regarding their child or loved one's substance use. 6am-9pm on weekdays and 9am-2pm on weekends.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 378-4374 or text COVID to 55753

Service Type: By Phone
Free assistance over the phone to help people struggling to get or maintain health coverage.
Location: National
Contact:

888‑804‑3536

Service Type: By Phone
List of enrollment sites for Healthy SF, affordable health care services to eligible uninsured San Francisco residents, including undocumented immigrants.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 777–9992

Eligibility:

SF residents, income based

Service Type: By appointment
Hotline provides support, information and local resources, Monday through Friday, 1-9pm Pacific Standard Time, and Saturday 9am-2pm PST.
Location: National
Contact:

(888) 843-4564, help@LGBThotline.org, https://www.glbthotline.org/peer-chat.html

Service Type: By Phone
A national directory of COVID-19 testing sites.
Location: National
Children 3-18 years old. Students from World and Achieve Academies, Urban Promise Academy (UPA) Middle School, and children from the wider Fruitvale community.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 481-4566

Eligibility:

Children 3-18 years old. Students from World and Achieve Academies, Urban Promise Academy (UPA) Middle School, and children from the wider Fruitvale community.

Service Type: By Appointment
OUSD health centers are open to families. Call during 8:30am-5pm Mondays through Fridays to schedule an appointment at 286 E.10th St.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-879-1568

Eligibility:

All students that attend schools in the La Escuelita Education Center are welcome to use the center including students from La Escuelita Elementary School, MetWest High School, Dewey High School, and Yuk Yao Annex/Centro Infantil Annex Child Development Center. Siblings of students can access all services, as long as the siblings are between the ages of 3-21. Health insurance is not required and all services are provided without charge to students.

Service Type: By Appointment
OUSD health centers are open to families. Call during M 1:30-4:30pm, W 1:30-4:30pm, F 8:30-11:30am to schedule an appointment at 8711 MacArthur Blvd., Ste. A.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 428-3556

Eligibility:

members of the community and Castlemont high school students

Service Type: By Appointment
Provides syringe exchange/pickup, harm reduction, counseling and sexual health services. Check website for hours, locations and phone numbers.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

See website

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides health services, including COVID-19 testing, emergency housing and food/hygiene product distributions to the unhoused and those in need. See website or call for more information and locations.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 777-1177

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour crisis support hotline. You can also text CRISIS, YOUTH or HIV to (415) 200-2920 to talk to a counselor.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 781-0500

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.
Location: National
Contact:

(866) 488-7386 or text START to 678678

Service Type: By Phone
Peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers. Our operators are located all over the U.S. and Canada, and are all trans-identified. This is the only crisis line with a policy against non-consensual active rescue.
Location: National
Contact:

(877) 565-8860

Service Type: By Phone
Free 1-2 day medication delivery. Must sign up for Rx text alerts and select delivery when Rx is ready. Text JoinRx to 21525
Location: National
Contact:

None

Eligibility:

Must sign up for text alerts

Service Type: Delivery
Health care and social service navigation for chronically-ill returning community members in partnership with community clinics and health centers throughout the Bay Area. Check link for list of providers.
Location: Alameda County California Contra Costa County National San Francisco Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Eligibility:

Chronically ill folks returning from incarceration

Information, screening and referrals for mental health and substance use services and treatment. Call during Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(800) 491-9099

Eligibility:

Alameda County residents with an ACBHCS insurance plan

Service Type: By Phone
Direct assistance to those experiencing homelessness and need direct assistance with health care. Call during open hours, Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 891-8950

Service Type: By Phone
List of clinics that provide screening and enrollment into health insurance and programs, including undocumented immigrants below 200% federal poverty level for HealthPAC in Alameda County.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

See website for phone numbers and locations

Eligibility:

Low-income families and undocumented immigrants below 200% of the federal poverty line

Warm Line provides 24-hour non-emergency emotional support to anyone in California. Chat is also available on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

(855) 845-7415

Service Type: By Phone
Free medication delivery within 1-2 days. Must download CVS app or sign up for text alert from website.
Location: National
Contact:

None

Eligibility:

Download CVS app or sign up for text alerts

Service Type: Delivery
Clinic for Oakland youth ages 12-24 and provides STD testing, medical evaluation, birth control and immunization. Mon & Wed 1-5pm, at 583 5th St. Tue, Thu and Fri 1-5pm at 200 Harrison St. Walk in or DM on Instagram for more info.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

(510) 839-0929

Eligibility:

Oakland youth ages 12-24

Service Type: Walk in
TB tests, STI testing and treatment, UTI testing and treatment, resource navigation and referrals, assistance enrolling in benefits, peer counseling, Check website for current hours or call and leave a voicemail. You will receive a return call in 24 hours.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 548-2570

Service Type: By Phone
24-hour crisis hotline with trained intervention counselors in more than 140 languages. Text line 4pm-11pm daily.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

1-800-309-2131 or Text SAFE to 20121

Service Type: By Phone
Free 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text from anywhere in the US to communicate with a trained counselor.
Location: National
Contact:

Text HOME to 741-741

Service Type: By Phone
Support line for caregivers of loved ones who are seniors. Do not need to be an AARP member. Call Mon-Fri 7am-11pm
Location: National
Contact:

English – 1-877-333-5885
Spanish – 1-888-971-2013

Service Type: By Phone
Free virtual community that offers phone and online activities that build community through group conversations, games, and education. You can register online or by contacting us at (877) 797-7299 or coviaconnections@covia.org. Available in English and Spanish.
Location: National
Contact:

(877) 797-7299, coviaconnections@covia.org

Eligibility:

adults aged 60 and over who live in the United States

Service Type: By Phone
Crisis line for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities. Offers well-being checks, elder abuse reporting, grief support through assistance and reassurance, active suicide intervention and information and referrals. Also provides on-going outreach calls to lonely older adults.
Location: California
Contact:

800.971.0016

Eligibility:

Seniors and people with disabilities

Service Type: By Phone
Housing & Utilities

The statewide eviction moratorium has ended, but the California Attorney General has put together a list of protections that may apply to you. Additionally, your local jurisdiction may have moratoriums, emergency ordinances or other protections in place for renters, tenants in affordable housing units and SROs (single room occupancy or residential hotels).

Below are resources to get advice on and support in paying rent and utilities.

All Resources

Helps Sunnyvale and Alviso residents meet urgent basic needs: rent and utility assistance, food. Call during business hours. M-F 9am-12pm and 12:30-4pm.
Location: San Jose Sunnyvale
Contact:

408-738-4321

Eligibility:

Residents of Sunnyvale and Alviso neighborhood of San Jose

Service Type: By Phone
Help line for people who currently have housing, but need help with an emergency situation. Provide your name, phone number and complete address. A volunteer will contact you to set up an appointment to assess your situation. You may receive immediate assistance like groceries; financial support to temporarily help pay your rent or other bills; and information about other resources help you create a plan and assist you to make sure you can get back on track to maintain your housing.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-454-0366

Service Type: By Phone
Provides emergency rental and utility assistance to qualifying individuals and families in South Santa Clara County. Documentation required.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

Graciela Ramirez 408.842.6662 x21

Eligibility:

Income based

The Akbay Program provides resource navigation to immigrant families, as well as family resources such as school support and assistance with applications. The Tenant Counnseling Porgram provides advice on basic tenant rights and referrals to tenant lawyers and other critical resources. Counseling hours are Monday-Friday, 10AM-6PM, by appointment. Schedule online or by phone https://somcanscheduling.as.me/schedule.php
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 255-7693 (English) (415) 552-5637 (Tagalog)

Service Type: By Phone
SVILC emergency services include housing application fees, one-time rent or mortgage payment assistance, move-in costs for rental deposits, information and referrals, food pantry distributions, access to short-term loan of wheelchairs or Assistive Technology, or bus token, case management, etc. Call or apply online https://svilc.org/apply-for-services/
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 894-9041

Eligibility:

You must: be a person with a significant disability or impairment, which limits their ability to function independently in their home community, or environment, or engage in employment;
be able to benefit from independent living services to achieve a greater level of independence; and
live or work in Santa Clara County, or be unable to receive independent living services that SVILC provides in your own county of residence.

Select the right option to apply for a discount on your SFPUC bill.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 551-3000

Eligibility:

SFPUC customers, income requirements

Call the Isolation and Quarantine 7 days a week between 8am and 6pm and your call will be returned within 24 hours. Leave a voicemail in the language you are most comfortable speaking. If you test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19, they can help you and your family to stay safe and to reduce and eliminate the spread of COVID-19. The program provides one-time assistance while you are isolating and quarantining with motel placements, groceries, household and baby supplies delivery (so you may remain at home); and financial or rental assistance to qualifying residents. Available in English, Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese and Tagalog.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-808-7770

Eligibility:

Santa Clara County residents with COVID-19. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
San José Clean Energy offers programs to assist with your bills.
Location: San Jose
Contact:

833-432-2454

Eligibility:

Income based

Sacred Heart offers income-eligible Santa Clara County households with energy assistance programs to help you stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Call or email.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

1-877-278-6477 or heap@sacredheartcs.org

Eligibility:

Santa Clara county, income requirements

Service Type: By Phone
Landlords and tenants can apply to get up to 18 months of rental assistance including prospective rental assistance and utility assistance, regardless of immigration status. Apply online and get help with your application by visiting housingiskey.com or by calling 833-430-2122.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

833-430-2122

Eligibility:

Income based

Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Helps people in Petaluma with financial assistance with rent through a few programs. Contact CARES@petalumapeople.org for more information.
Location: Petaluma
Contact:

CARES@petalumapeople.org

Service Type: By Email
Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Offers transitional housing for veterans. Call or email the referral form. It can take awhile to confirm eligibility, so you can try calling the VA Oakland Homeless Triage Line at (510) 453-8478 while you wait.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 287-8465 or vethousing@operationdignity.org

Eligibility:

Veterans

Enter your information to find custom resources and job listings or general listings near your zip code. Listings include essential services, trainings and jobs.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Emergency Rental Assistance for individuals facing a hardship or crisis, in order to prevent homelessness. One-time financial support primarily to Novato residents who are at risk of losing their stable housing or who need help with securing a deposit for housing. Available in Spanish and English.
Location: Novato
Contact:

info@northmarincs.org or 415-897-4147 ext. 0

Eligibility:

Novato resident for six months. Your landlord or mortgage holder must be willing to accept a check from North Marin Community Services. Can show a temporary financial situation due to unanticipated circumstances or events. You are “very low-income” or “extremely low-income.” Check the HUD income limits to see if your household income qualifies.

Provides supportive services for veterans. Locations in the Bay Area serving Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa and Solano Counties. Transitional and permanent supportive housing, case management, mental health, employment, mobile service units, homeless ness prevention and behavioral health are available. Call the main number or the number for the county near you.
Location: California Napa County San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

1-833-468-9676

Eligibility:

Veterans

Service Type: By Phone
Provides Spanish-Speaking residents in Concord with no-cost immigration legal services. A variety of other services are available around workforce development, housing and staying healthy. Contact for more info.
Location: Concord
Contact:

(925) 682-8248
info@monumentimpact.org

Reentry services for previously incarcerated people. Family services for people concerned about housing. Security deposit and emergency expense assistance. Mental health services, case management and advocacy. Call or email for support.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

support@midtownfs.org, (408) 642-5852

Emergency rental assistance for landlords and tenants for back rent from April 2020-December 2021. Applications are still being accepted.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 473-2223

Directory of legal aid organizations and referral services. Select your county and topic to be directed to organizations that can help with issues including immigration, housing, families and kids, health, benefits, seniors, expungement, abuse, etc. Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Tagalog.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Larkin Street offers a continuum of housing options – from dorm-style living with 24-hour on-site staff, to independent apartments in the community. All programs have case managers for education and employment support, health and wellness services, fun community activities and help to plan for a bright future. To learn more, stop by one of our youth access points located at drop-in centers, call (800) 669-6196 or send us an email.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

1-800-669-6196

Eligibility:

For ages 25 and under

Service Type: By Phone, Drop In or Email
Offers social services and case management, phone bill and utility bill service, caregiver support and transportation services.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408)920-9733

Service Type: By Phone
The City of Fremont's Keep Fremont Housed program can provide assistance for unpaid rent and utilities dating back as far as April 1, 2020, the date of the federal COVID-19 emergency declaration. Applicants may apply for rental assistance, utility assistance, or both. Landlords and tenants are both encouraged to apply. Not dependent on citizenship status. Application assistance Available in Chinese, Dari, Farsi, Hindi, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish and Urdu.
Location: Fremont
Contact:

510-574-2028 (English. See website for phone numbers for the other supported languages. Your call will be returned if you have to leave a message.)

Eligibility:

Landlords and tenants in Fremont. Income based.

Provides free counseling for tenants in San Francisco in both private and subsidized units. Call 415-703-8644 (Mon.-Thurs., 1-5pm) or 415-947-9085 (Mon., Wed., Thurs. and Fri., 9am-noon). Call and leave a message and your call will be returned. The call will be from a blocked number. Please state your name and number slowly, so we can return your call. Counseling is available in Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, English and Russian.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-703-8644, 415-947-9085

Eligibility:

San Francisco renters

Service Type: By Phone
California state site providing resources for renters, landlords and homeowners, including information on statewide eviction moratoriums and emergency rental assistance. Please note that your city or county might have additional resources and moratoriums.
Location: California
Contact:

833-430-2122

Eligibility:

The program is targeted toward low-income renters and their landlords.

This program provides rental-assistance grants of up to $2500 to families threatened by homelessness in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Grants are prioritized based on need.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

info@hifinfo.org

Eligibility:

Residents of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, income based.

Santa Clara County hotline for people needing shelter. Provides referrals to temporary housing programs and serves singles, couples, and families. They can match people to emergency shelter and provide transportation to the shelter, help connect to rental assistance and make referrals to other community resources. Call Center Hours: 9 am - 7 pm.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-385-2400

Service Type: By Phone
HERA provides free legal services to low and moderate income California residents to help with financial stability. They work with with are reentry, college debt, debt collection, seniors, veterans, immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ and medical debt. Many languages offered including English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Russian and Arabic. Call to get help.
Location: California
Contact:

(510) 271-8443

Service Type: By Phone
San José's Eviction Help Centers are open to assist tenants and landlords with the application process for pandemic-related emergency rental assistance. No appointment is needed.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 975-4444, evictionhelp@sanjoseca.gov

Service Type: By Phone or Walk In
Assistance line for seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers. Social workers will provide referrals to other services, and assistance with solving problems. The assistance line can provide help with support groups, health issues, housing resources, transportation, emergency food resources, employment, in-home help, Medicare counseling, benefits and more.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Landlines in Contra Costa, call toll free (800) 510-2020
Cell phones or outside Contra Costa, call (925) 229-8434
TDD line for the hearing impaired, call (925) 602-4198

Service Type: By Phone
ECHO's Tenant/Landlord Counseling Program provides information to tenants and landlords on rental housing issues such as evictions, rent increases, repairs and habitability, harassment, illegal entry, and other rights and responsibilities regarding the tenant/landlord relationship. Check website for specific areas of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties covered.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

510-581-9380

Assists residents living in Livermore and Pleasanton with move-in costs or delinquent rent due to a temporary financial setback. Must be a family with children, elderly, permanently disabled, emancipated foster youth, a veteran, a victim of domestic violence, or a pregnant woman in her second trimester or later, and seeking assistance with security deposit or delinquent rent.
Location: Livermore Pleasanton
Contact:

855-ASK-ECHO

Provides legal services on issues of: immigration, interacting with the justice system and homelessness, dealing with the medical system as it pertains to HIV/AIDs, and several other items. Eligibility determined by several factors- call or read the website for more information. If you have an issue that doesn't meet one of their legal issues, call for more information or referrals.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Eligibility:

Alameda County, or Contra Costa Residents who are living with HIV. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
The County of Sonoma Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) helps eligible households who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters or landlords who need help with rent and utilities. Applications can be completed online or sent in via mail. Any community member can apply for assistance regardless of immigration status Funds can be used to pay rent as well as past-due utility bills and home service bills
Location: Sonoma County
Eligibility:

Landlords
Renters

Assists community members with housing issues related to eviction, rent increases and other rental issues. Drop in hours are available at 663 Clay Street and if you can't make it you can call 415-984-2728 to make an appointment. Available in Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-984-2728

Service Type: Drop In or By Appointment
Map of free phone charging stations.
Location: California
Assists housed residents with back rent, utility assistance, security deposits and housing problem solving. Call or email to figure out your options or apply online (English or Spanish).
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-825-3099 or 510-768-3100 or email us at housingservices@cceb.org

Service Type: By Phone
Housing services depend on where you live. Call or email to find out your options.
Location: Alameda County Fremont Oakland
Contact:

510-860-4985 or housingservices@cceb.org

Service Type: By Phone
24-7 emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Provides crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. Access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California on mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, gang involvement, school issues, LGBTQ identities, drugs, housing, substance ab/use, health services, reproductive health support, legal assistance, transportation and more. Call or text 1.800.843.5200 or chat on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

1.800.843.5200

Service Type: By Phone
The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program provides financial assistance for unpaid rent to eligible renters and landlords who have been impacted by COVID-19. The program helps with both past due and future payments.
Location: California
Contact:

833-430-2122

Eligibility:

Landlords
Renters

Provides assistance with housing applications and tenants rights on the phone and email. Currently receiving a high volume of calls. Leave a message with your name, phone number, reason for calling and the best time to reach you.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415.513.5177 or counseling@bishopsf.org

Service Type: By Phone
Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Offers safe parking, temporary housing in tiny program, emergency shelter and rental and deposit assistance.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-341-6080

3rd Street is a Youth Coordinated Entry Site to San Francisco’s network of housing support services. Youth who are 18-24 years old and experiencing housing instability or homelessness can come to 3rd Street to access City & County Housing Assessments for services, wrap-around support resources, and referrals to onsite or Citywide services. 5688 3rd Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-713-4782

Low-income homeowners can apply for property tax special assessment exemptions or refunds. You can still apply for a Refund for the 2021-2022 property tax period. Approved Refund application checks will be processed after all 2021-2022 property taxes are paid.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

SPARE@OaklandCA.gov or leave a message at 510-238-2942

Eligibility:

You must be the owner and occupant of the property, fill out the appropriate form, and submit with income documentation for the corresponding year. Measures D & Q have a higher income limit for Seniors 65 or older which requires age documentation.

Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Rental and utility assistance for low income residents of Fairfield directly impacted by COVID. Fill out the form to be considered.
Location: Fairfield
Contact:

(707) 652-7311

Eligibility:

You must live in Fairfield, have suffered and be able to demonstrate a financial loss from COVID.

 

Income based.

Provides legal consultations on issues regarding employment and workplace protections and housing. Call to schedule an appointment, or use the online form. See link for more info.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 492-0230 ext. 102

Service Type: By Phone
Offers essential human services, including emergency food, homeless support services, safety net information and referrals. See website for hours. 2600 Middlefield Rd.
Location: Atherton North Fair Oaks Portola Valley Redwood City Woodside
Contact:

(650) 780-7500

Service Type: Walk In
Provides legal consultations on issues regarding employment and workplace protections, housing and immigration, as well as providing info on emergency housing assistance. The office is open for walk ins between 9am and 1pm. Ring the doorbell at 1861 Bay Road, East Palo Alto The phone number is answered until 1pm. If you leave a message, your phone call will be returned.
Location: East Palo Alto San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 326-6440

Service Type: Walk In and Phone
Provides food (opens at 1:30pm Mon-Fri except Wednesday). Call F.I.S.H. at 996-0111 weekdays between 9 a.m. – noon, except holidays. Food delivery to seniors, rides to medical appointments, medical equipment, and utility and rent assistance to Sonoma Valley residents in need. F.I.S.H. also provides clothes, household items, layettes and resource navigation.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 996-0111

Service Type: Delivery
Provides limited legal counseling by phone on issues of domestic violence, housing, guardianship, seniors. Call to make an appointment.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 542-1290 (General), info@legalaidsc.com

Eligibility:

Must live or have a case in Sonoma County. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling by phone on issues of employment and labor protection, housing, health access and education rights.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 528-9941

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and assistance for residents of San Mateo County on issues of health care, housing, public benefits, special education services, domestic violence, immigration and elder abuse. Call to schedule an appointment
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 558-0915

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance up to $3,000/monthly for 2 months for renters impacted by Covid-19.
Location: Mountain View Santa Clara County
Contact:

(650) 968-0836 or renthelp@csacares.org

Eligibility:

Mountain View residents below 120% Area Median Income impacted by COVID-19

Provides support with past-due rent, emergency security deposit (to move into a new place), utility assistance and public transportation.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

housinginfo@sacredheartcs.org or call (408) 709-2364.

Eligibility:

You must be a resident of Santa Clara county for 30 days and be a resident of one of the following zip codes: 95008, 95110, 95111, 95112 (South of Santa Clara Street), 95113, 95116, 95117, 95118, 95120, 95123, 95124, 95125, 95126, 95128, 95136

Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and advice on housing and evictions, health/mental health access, and children and youth in juvenile dependency, family law, probate guardianship and other areas. Intake process varies.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

For housing: For emergency intake, call during intake hours: Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri, 9am-11:30am or for non-emergencies, fill out https://www.lawfoundation.org/housing

For issues relating to children and youth, call (408) 280-2416. For health related issues, call (408) 280-2420 during intake hours- M-F, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling on issues of housing citizenship, immigration and deportation defense, domestic violence, and assistance in accessing social security, disability, and other public benefits.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 287-9710

Service Type: By Appointment
Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

(707) 299-1890, seasonofsharing@countyofnapa.org

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 526-7500

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

707-745-0900

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

211

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 738-7470 (Anita Rees)

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentation required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 755-7710

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Cash assistance to legal immigrants who are elderly or disabled and ineligible for SSI due to their immigration status. See link for County office addresses. CAPI provides cash assistance to help pay for living expenses such as rent and utilities.
Location: Fairfield Solano County Vacaville Vallejo
Contact:

(707) 784-8050 (Fairfield), (707) 553-5000 (Vallejo), (707) 469-4500 (Vacaville)

Eligibility:

legal permanent resident immigrants who have been denied Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits solely due to their immigration status.

Service Type: In Person
Provides legal counseling and advice on housing, public benefits, health care benefits, employment law, education, and senior issues (consumer cases). See website for intake hours. Public Walk-in/Drop-in Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12 and 1-4.; phone preferred.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 643-0054

Service Type: By Phone
Offers rental assistance, eviction prevention, and multiple housing solutions including interim and long-term housing. Specialized programs serve veterans, domestic violence survivors, the disabled, and the re-entry population. See links for contact information or call 211.
Location: Contra Costa County Solano County
Contact:

925.335.0698

Eligibility:

The registrant must reside in Solano County
The registrant or a household member must have suffered a loss of income or financial hardship due to COVID-19.
The registrant must be able to demonstrate the change in income due to COVID-19 with supporting documents

DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

Provides legal support regarding immigration cases, detention removal, visa relief, and asylum; evection support and defense; tenants rights.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 437-1554 or info@centrolegal.org

Eligibility:

Varies

Service Type: By Phone
Legal representation, emergency financial and supportive services for people in Oakland facing a housing crisis.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

For emergency financial assistance:

BACS: Apply online: housing.bayareacs.org , 510-899-9289 (text or call)

Catholic Charities East Bay (CCEB): 510-768-3100

For legal representation:

East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) : 510-548-4040, – ask for housing intake.

For supportive services:

BACS: 510-899-9289 (text or call)

Catholic Charities East Bay (CCEB): 510-768-3100

Eligibility:

All Oakland residents experiencing a housing crisis who have a household income at or below 30% of Area Median Income, with priority to extremely low-income households. Legal representation will be provided to tenants with an active eviction lawsuit up to 50% AMI.

Service Type: By Phone
Free legal assistance for seniors and disabled San Francisco residents. Prioritized areas include evictions, notices to terminate benefits or rental subsidies and restraining orders to protect seniors. Leave a message and calls will be returned.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 538-3333

Eligibility:

San Francisco residents age sixty and over and San Francisco residents with disabilities age eighteen to fifty-nine, regardless of income.

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

Phone: 415-701-5653
Email: seasonofsharing@sfgov.org

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

925-655-1205

Eligibility:

Families with dependent children
Persons who are age 55 and older
Disabled individuals
Veterans
Individuals in their 2nd or 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Survivors of intimate partner violence
Transitioning emancipated foster youth between 18 and 24

Financial assistance for housing. Documentations required to confirm eligibility, and must call automated pre-screening line.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 272-3700

Eligibility:

Seniors 55+, people with disabilities, low-med income, foster youth, veterans, DV survivors, etc.

Counseling for renters by phone or email.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 282-6622, info@sftu.org

Service Type: By Phone
THC represents low-income tenants, primarily seniors, the disabled, and minority and immigrant families in all aspects of landlord-tenant and housing law. Call for an intake phone interview. If there is no answer, leave your name and telephone number and someone will call you back.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 771-9850 ext. 9

Eligibility:

San Francisco renters

Service Type: By Phone
Offers tenant & immigration counseling. Leave a message and you will receive a call back.
Location: Alameda County Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

(510) 836-2687 (Oakland), (415) 487-9203 (San Francisco)

Service Type: By Phone
Counseling for residents and SRO tenants in San Francisco Chinatown.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 984-2728

Service Type: By Phone
Emergency financial assistance of up to $10,000 to residents of Berkeley at risk of eviction.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

Call the Eviction Defense Center (EDC) at (510) 452-4541. Leave a message with

your name
phone number
and that you are Berkeley resident seeking assistance

Eligibility:

Berkeley residents or Berkeley Shelter Plus Care/Rapid Rehousing tenants who are at imminent risk of losing their permanent housing.

The grant must prevent eviction or support housing related financial assistance due to loss of income during COVID-19 pandemic.

Household must be at or below 80% Area Median income.

Additional requirements can be seen here https://www.cityofberkeley.info/covid19-housing-retention/

Service Type: By Phone
Provides interest-free loans and grants to tenants residing in the City and County of San Francisco who have fallen behind in their rent due to a temporary financial setback.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 470-5211
or edcradco@evictiondefense.org

Eligibility:

San Francisco residents, income based. You must not be a Housing Authority tenant.  Your household must have sufficient income to pay your future rent and expenses. You must plan to stay in your home for at least six months.

Unlimited home internet at $10/month after 60-day free.
Location: National
Contact:

None

Eligibility:

Families participating in National School Lunch Program and Head Start

Service Type: By Phone, Website
Free cell phone services for low-income families.
Location: National
Contact:

(888) 321-5880, ourteamassurancewireless@sprint.com

Eligibility:

Low-income

PG&E offers various programs, including one-time financial assistance as well as discounts on utilities and payment arrangement plans for families and individuals impacted by COVID-19.
Location: National
Contact:

(800) 743-5000 (General)

Eligibility:

based on income or employment status – check for more info

Save up to $50 a month on your Internet service for a temporary basis.
Location: National
Contact:

855-662-9946

Eligibility:

Check if you qualify at https://getemergencybroadband.org/

60-day free wifi access, and internet access for $9.95/month
Location: National
Eligibility:

Income based

Immigration Services

Receiving testing, treatment and vaccination for COVID-19 will NOT be used against immigrants in a Public Charge test. ICE will not carry out enforcement operations at or near health care facilities. Immigrant families should seek the care they need during this time. 

Click here to see what to do should you be affected by a raid. 

Below are organizations that provide counseling, services and financial support for immigrants in your local area. 

All Resources

Legal Assessments on immigration issues: Citizenship, Green Cards, Green Card Renewals, Family Reunification, Adjustment of Status, Work Authorization, First Time DACA Applications and DACA Renewals. Community resources and referrals also available. Phone and virtual appointments.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 410 – 4148 or email ccarrera@werisesf.org or cporras@werisesf.org

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Affordable legal immigration services for low income immigrant communities. Call to request a consultation.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 261-6405

Provides Spanish-Speaking residents in Concord with no-cost immigration legal services. A variety of other services are available around workforce development, housing and staying healthy. Contact for more info.
Location: Concord
Contact:

(925) 682-8248
info@monumentimpact.org

Loans for small businesses and applications for citizenship as well as lending circles. Also offers a free, confidential and personalized resources finder based on your household, income and immigration status https://www.missionassetfund.org/resources-finder/
Location: California
Contact:

programs@missionassetfund.org or 888.274.4808

Service Type: Web
Free immigration legal advice to low-income residents of San Mateo County. Call to schedule an appointment.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

650-517-8936

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of legal aid organizations and referral services. Select your county and topic to be directed to organizations that can help with issues including immigration, housing, families and kids, health, benefits, seniors, expungement, abuse, etc. Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Tagalog.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
HERA provides free legal services to low and moderate income California residents to help with financial stability. They work with with are reentry, college debt, debt collection, seniors, veterans, immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ and medical debt. Many languages offered including English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Russian and Arabic. Call to get help.
Location: California
Contact:

(510) 271-8443

Service Type: By Phone
Free naturalization assistance. This includes completion of the 20-page application for citizenship and referral of complicated cases to non-profit immigration attorneys.
Location: Alameda County Oakland Union City
Contact:

Text “NATZ” to (959) 999 9598
Call (510) 465 9876

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal services on issues of: immigration, interacting with the justice system and homelessness, dealing with the medical system as it pertains to HIV/AIDs, and several other items. Eligibility determined by several factors- call or read the website for more information. If you have an issue that doesn't meet one of their legal issues, call for more information or referrals.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Eligibility:

Alameda County, or Contra Costa Residents who are living with HIV. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides support to clients and their families who live and work on the Coastside and are seeking permanent residency.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

650.726.9071

Catholic Charities provides free legal services for immigration services including Family-based petitions, DACA, citizenship/naturalization, green card renewals, U-Visa, VAWA and T-Visa. Call to schedule an appointment.
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Contact:

707-578-6000

Service Type: By Phone
Legal assisstance for unaccomanied or undocumented minors, help for people in removal proceedings and other immigration issues. Phone consultations by appointment- call to schedule. Some services are free and others may have a $40 fee.
Location: Alameda County Concord Contra Costa County Oakland Richmond
Contact:

(510) 768-3100

Service Type: By Phone
The Family Wellness Program connects low-income, immigrant and recently arrived children and families to vital services and local resources. Provides case management, information and referrals, counseling, system navigation and advocacy and language access support. Service are free and in Spanish and English.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-872-7465

Eligibility:

Low-income and immigrant families with children birth to 18-years-old,
Recently arrived unaccompanied children and families in San Francisco Immigration Court

Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
AROC provides legal, language access, and case management services to low-income Arab and Muslims in the SF Bay Area. Services include legal representation, case processing, management and referralsl, in-person counseling, family-based visa petitions, adjustment status applications, naturalization applications, FOIA requests, asylum applications, immigration court representation and deportation defense. Call or emial to set up a consultation.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

(415) 861-7444 or info@araborganizing.org

Service Type: By Phone
Assists with applications for DACA, fee waiver requests, U-Visas, background checks and FOIA requests, work permit renewals applications, naturalization applications, I-30 and I-485 forms and translation of documents. Also offers ESL/citizenship classes.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-341-6080

Infomation and resources available to residents of Alameda County including a map of food, services testing and vaccination sites, public benefits, guidance for older adults, child care resources, domestic violence resources, emergency food and housing resources, Medi-cal and in-home supportive services, VA, and refugee cash assistance (RCA).
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-891-0700

Call to report ICE activity, or if you or someone you know as been detained by ICE. Legal representation for individuals who have been detained.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

(925) 900-5151

Service Type: By Phone
Cash assistance to legal immigrants who are elderly or disabled and ineligible for SSI, and to refugees for the first 8 months in the U.S. who is not eligible for CalWORKS.
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

Refugee Cash Assistance: (877) 505-4630. Cash Assistance for Immigrants: (877) 505-4630

Service Type: By Phone
Provides immigration legal services, student support, English classes, food pantry, and short-term counseling
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 306-0437 or immigration@canalalliance.org (immigration), or (415) 454-2640 (social services referrals)

Service Type: Call or check the service page for instructions
Provides free or reduced-cost legal consultations on issues of eviction and homelessness, immigration & detention and domestic violence, as well as lawyer referrals to people seeking legal presentation. Free legal clinics are also available one or two times a month.
Location: Marin County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 782-1600, (415) 989-1616 (lawyer referral)

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal consultations on issues regarding employment and workplace protections, housing and immigration, as well as providing info on emergency housing assistance. The office is open for walk ins between 9am and 1pm. Ring the doorbell at 1861 Bay Road, East Palo Alto The phone number is answered until 1pm. If you leave a message, your phone call will be returned.
Location: East Palo Alto San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 326-6440

Service Type: Walk In and Phone
Provides immigration legal services and consultations over the phone. Call one of the offices to make an appointment. See link for info.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Sonoma County
Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and assistance for residents of San Mateo County on issues of health care, housing, public benefits, special education services, domestic violence, immigration and elder abuse. Call to schedule an appointment
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 558-0915

Service Type: By Phone
Provides support, accompaniment and legal defense to those facing or impacted by raids.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 290-1144

Provides immigration-related legal aid.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 453-3003

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling on issues of housing citizenship, immigration and deportation defense, domestic violence, and assistance in accessing social security, disability, and other public benefits.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 287-9710

Service Type: By Appointment
Cash assistance to legal immigrants who are elderly or disabled and ineligible for SSI due to their immigration status. See link for County office addresses. CAPI provides cash assistance to help pay for living expenses such as rent and utilities.
Location: Fairfield Solano County Vacaville Vallejo
Contact:

(707) 784-8050 (Fairfield), (707) 553-5000 (Vallejo), (707) 469-4500 (Vacaville)

Eligibility:

legal permanent resident immigrants who have been denied Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits solely due to their immigration status.

Service Type: In Person
Provides support, accompaniment and legal defense to those facing or impacted by raids.
Location: Napa County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 800-4544

Service Type: By Phone
DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

Legal services and counseling on employment, immigration and domestic violence and for seniors and adults with disabilities. Eviction defense and foreclosure prevention. APILO is open by appointment only. A variety of languages are available.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 567 6255 (SF)
(510) 251 2846 (East Bay)

Service Type: By Appointment
Legal counseling on immigration related issues. Fill out registration form for initial consultation. Catholic Charities offers 40 consultations every Monday on a first come, first served basis and will send confirmation emails until available slots are gone.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 972-1200

Provides legal support regarding immigration cases, detention removal, visa relief, and asylum; evection support and defense; tenants rights.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 437-1554 or info@centrolegal.org

Eligibility:

Varies

Service Type: By Phone
Workers' Rights Clinic provides confidential information about people's legal rights related to work in CA, including immigrant workers. Call a local office to schedule an appointment. Help available in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and other languages.
Location: Antioch Berkeley East Palo Alto National Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 404-9093

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Appointment
24-hour hotline if you are facing any immigration enforcement activity.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 200-1548

Service Type: By Phone
Offers tenant & immigration counseling. Leave a message and you will receive a call back.
Location: Alameda County Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

(510) 836-2687 (Oakland), (415) 487-9203 (San Francisco)

Service Type: By Phone
Legal consultations for low-wage workers and regarding immigration and workers' issues.
Location: San Francisco San Mateo County
Contact:

(415) 575-3500

Service Type: By Phone
Incarceration & Reentry

Below are resources for people who are currently incarcerated, recently released or impacted by the criminal injustice system. Check our resources on Support for the Unhoused for where to go for housing after getting out.

All Resources

Reentry services for previously incarcerated people. Family services for people concerned about housing. Security deposit and emergency expense assistance. Mental health services, case management and advocacy. Call or email for support.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

support@midtownfs.org, (408) 642-5852

Offers mental health, case management, crisis intervention, and medication support services to adults with a severe mental illness who have been involved in the justice system in Alameda County.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-826-9253

Eligibility:

Involved with the justice system

Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Virtual check-in circles and direct support for crime, violence, and trauma survivors, formerly incarcerated people, and people with incarcerated loved ones.
Location: California
Website with links, updates and resources for families who have loved ones in jails and juvenile facilities, CDCR or federal facility.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Health care and social service navigation for chronically-ill returning community members in partnership with community clinics and health centers throughout the Bay Area. Check link for list of providers.
Location: Alameda County California Contra Costa County National San Francisco Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Eligibility:

Chronically ill folks returning from incarceration

Facebook page to get money to people who are incarcerated to their prison accounts. Please post the person's full name, prison ID#, State and Address for facility if you have it.
Location: National
Contact:

None

The Homecoming Project is a pilot program that provides daily subsidies to homeowners in exchange for providing living space to a person returning home from prison. Fill out an application to be considered. https://impactjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/Homecoming-Participant-Application.pdf
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 899-5010

Eligibility:

Fill out an application to be considered. https://impactjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/Homecoming-Participant-Application.pdf

Service Type: Website
R&R’s hotline provides free re-entry legal advice to people impacted by the justice system, including members of rural and tribal communities, their family members, as well as community service providers supporting people with records. R&R accepts collect calls from prison and jail. Call Fridays 9am-5pm (Pacific Standard Time).
Location: National
Contact:

(510) 279-4662

Service Type: By Phone
Support for the Unhoused

Below are resources for people experiencing homelessness in your local area.

All Resources

Provides food assistance to people in 95014, 95030, 95032, 95033, 95044, 95070, 95129, 95130 zip codes and homeless. An intake form and eligibility documents are required. Call for more information.
Location: Cupertino Los Gatos Monte Sereno San Jose Saratoga
Contact:

408-255-8033

Eligibility:

Residency in Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, and West San Jose, income based.

Service Type: Pick Up
Food, narcan, syringes, basic and menstrual hygiene, dog food, masks, hand sanitizer, curbside care clinic for abscesses. Sundays: 3:30-5:30pm at 35th and Peralta (1st and 3rd for curbside clinic.); 35th and Telegraph, 35th and MLK, 45th and Telegraph. Tuesdays- mobile- MLK & West Grand, St. Vincent de Paul, MLK & 23rd st. -10am-12:30pm. 3rd Wednesday- needle exchange at West Grand and Wood, 1:30-3pm.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

510-371-4465, oaklandpunkswithlunch@gmail.com

Service Type: Pick Up
Lists of warming and cooling centers in Santa Clara County during extreme weather. You can also sign up to get text messages about emergencies, Inclement Weather Episodes and shelter availability, or housing-related issues by sending a text message BADWEATHER to 888777.
Location: Santa Clara County
Primary care, mental health, and social work are available at all clinics in-person and by phone. Because of the COVID pandemic, it is safer to try to help you with your needs over the phone. If you have access to a phone, call first for a phone appointment so that we can help you over the phone. If you don’t have access to a phone, walk-in early to be first in line. Visits are first-come, first-served and can sometimes run out.
Location: Gilroy Mountain View San Jose Santa Clara County Sunnyvale
Contact:

(408) 885-5000

Society of St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Sonoma County helps neighbors in Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino County get food, clothing and other basic needs met. Community dining room at 610 Wilson in Santa Rosa is open daily, 365 days a year.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

707-584-1579

The Housing Help Desk provides a variety of services to help individuals or families experiencing homelessness. No appointment necessary. Every Wednesday from 1:30-3:30 pm, next to the Free Dining Room at 820 “B” Street in San Rafael, or by phone (415-454-3303 ext. 25) Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Location: Marin County San Rafael
Contact:

415-454-3303 ext. 25

Eligibility:

Currently experiencing homelessness in Marin County and is required to complete a Help Desk intake appointment with a staff member

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Provides shelter options for unhoused people. Call if you need shelter.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

707-438-8213

Service Type: By Phone
Resource directory of community services in San Mateo. Includes government assistance, children, teens & families and emergency resources.
Location: San Mateo County
Service Type: Web
Directory of resources in San Francisco searchable by need.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Web
People experiencing homelessness in San José and seeking help can contact the Homeless Helpline at 408-510-7600 or outreach@homefirstscc.org. The Helpline is operated by HomeFirst.
Location: San Jose
Contact:

408-510-7600 or outreach@homefirstscc.org

Service Type: By Phone
Provides two food programs: a three-day supplemental supply of groceries and an assortment of food for members who are currently homeless that requires no prep or cooking. Everyone who lives in Santa Clara County can come for food once per week. Monday - Thursday: 9am to 4pm, Friday - Sunday: closed. Register to become a member.
Location: Santa Clara County
Eligibility:

Residents of Santa Clara County

Free laundry day the last Wednesday of the month for sex workers, unhoused neighbors, and anyone who needs it. 4-8pm, Fiesta Laundromat at 20th and Van Ness.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

radmissionneighbors@gmail.com

Service Type: Drop In
Financial assistance is available to all individuals whose work or income may be interrupted or adversely affected by the current pandemic. Puente provides this service to people that live or work in the towns of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar or San Gregorio. Food and medication assistance available to people over 55 who do not have a social support services. For a full list of programs see https://mypuente.org/programs/ Offices are in Pescadero and La Honda. Call for an appointment.
Location: La Honda Loma Mar Pescadero San Gregorio San Mateo County
Contact:

650-879-1691 (Pescadero), (650) 747-0248 (La Honda)

Service Type: By Phone
Provides many basic needs services. Offers a variety of food for pick up and delivery. Mortgage, utility and rent assistance. Diapers and formulla as well as items for school-aged kids. Assistance with tax preparation. Point of entry for homeless services in Pacifica.Showers and street medicine also available. Medical assistance on site, as well as periodic veterinary clinics at no cost. All services begin with a comprehensive needs assessments- call first to speak with a case manager.
Location: Pacifica
Contact:

650-738-7470

Service Type: By Phone
Enter your information to find custom resources and job listings or general listings near your zip code. Listings include essential services, trainings and jobs.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Provides supportive services for veterans. Locations in the Bay Area serving Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa and Solano Counties. Transitional and permanent supportive housing, case management, mental health, employment, mobile service units, homeless ness prevention and behavioral health are available. Call the main number or the number for the county near you.
Location: California Napa County San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

1-833-468-9676

Eligibility:

Veterans

Service Type: By Phone
"Safe parking” is a program that gives a temporary, overnight, safe location to park for individuals and families living in a vehicle while providing access to services that will transition them into more stable housing.
Location: Mountain View
Contact:

650-861-0181, contact@movemv.org

Eligibility:

The City’s Program Participation Preferences are for (1) families with students in Mountain View school districts; (2) those who live/work in Mountain View; (3) seniors; and (4) the disabled.

MNRC offers services that are bilingual, free of charge and available on a drop-in basis. Day-time drop in services include access to bathrooms, showers, and laundry services, peer counseling, case management, shelter reservations and lockers. Call (415) 510-8282 for medical care. 165 Capp Street
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 552-3870

Service Type: Drop In
Reentry services for previously incarcerated people. Family services for people concerned about housing. Security deposit and emergency expense assistance. Mental health services, case management and advocacy. Call or email for support.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

support@midtownfs.org, (408) 642-5852

Operates 23 shelters and service sites in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties with shelters, safe parking, motel vouchers, showers and laundry. You can call 211 or visit the drop-in center at 33 Encina Avenue in Palo Alto.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

211, 650-853-8672

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Case management including connection to the coordinated entry system for permanent housing, employment services, access to educational and volunteer resources, and connection to medical appointments. Onsite services also include access to showers, laundry, and phone charging stations.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 446-7180

Service Type: By Phone
Schedule of mobile shower and hygiene stations in Oakland and San Francisco.
Location: Oakland San Francisco
Service Type: Drop In
Larkin Street offers a continuum of housing options – from dorm-style living with 24-hour on-site staff, to independent apartments in the community. All programs have case managers for education and employment support, health and wellness services, fun community activities and help to plan for a bright future. To learn more, stop by one of our youth access points located at drop-in centers, call (800) 669-6196 or send us an email.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

1-800-669-6196

Eligibility:

For ages 25 and under

Service Type: By Phone, Drop In or Email
Schedule of meals and hygiene services available in Fremont.
Location: Fremont
Service Type: Web
Contact the Community Care Team for help with physical, emotional, and tangible support in the areas of food insecurity, mental health, housing, and wellness. Fill out the intake form to provide your contact information and provide information to help the Care Team prepare. Drop-ins Tuesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

careteam.homies@gmail.com or 510.485.2224

Coordinated entry point for families and single adults, offering emergency shelters. If you are a single adult who needs help, please contact the coordinated entry line at 415-491-2559 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. Monday through Friday. Families who need shelter services should call 415-457-2115 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. any day.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

415-491-2559 (single adults), 415-457-2115 (families)

HomeFirst provides services for unhoused or in danger of being unhoused in Santa Clara County and southern San Mateo County. Call 408-510-7600 for help.
Location: San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-510-7600

Service Type: By Phone
Santa Clara County hotline for people needing shelter. Provides referrals to temporary housing programs and serves singles, couples, and families. They can match people to emergency shelter and provide transportation to the shelter, help connect to rental assistance and make referrals to other community resources. Call Center Hours: 9 am - 7 pm.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-385-2400

Service Type: By Phone
Hot food served daily in Oakland and Berkeley. Monday-Friday, People's Park in Berkeley 3pm. Sunday- 14th & Jefferson Street, downtown Oakland, by the Sutter Hotel. 3:30pm.
Location: Berkeley Oakland
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides legal services on issues of: immigration, interacting with the justice system and homelessness, dealing with the medical system as it pertains to HIV/AIDs, and several other items. Eligibility determined by several factors- call or read the website for more information. If you have an issue that doesn't meet one of their legal issues, call for more information or referrals.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County
Contact:

(510) 548-4040

Eligibility:

Alameda County, or Contra Costa Residents who are living with HIV. Income based.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides laundry, showers and a closet with free, functional clothing. Also hosts COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics. Call if you need help. 1931 Center St.
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

510-705-1325

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Provides basic safety-net services. Emergency food and food distribution, emergency shelter, housing resources and referral. Also offers diapers to low income parents. Call, and if you don't have a phone, use the video doorbell outside of the building. Check website for hours of each service including food distribution and diaper bank.
Location: Daly City San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 991-8007

Service Type: By Phone
Compass Central City Access Point is an entry point for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness to connect with SF Family Coordinated Entry. Call or email with questions, or drop in for groceries, diaper bank, toiletries, mail pick up, community referrals, meal pick up and triage to shelter. (Drop in closes at 12pm on Tuesdays and 4pm on other weekdays). 37 Grove Street.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 644-0504
info@compass-sf.org

Service Type: By Phone or Drop In
Mobile shower and laundry services in Fremont and Newark. Some sites also offer free dining. See website for schedule and locations.
Location: Fremont Newark
Contact:

510-574-2222

Map of free phone charging stations.
Location: California
24-7 emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Provides crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. Access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California on mental health, domestic violence, homelessness, gang involvement, school issues, LGBTQ identities, drugs, housing, substance ab/use, health services, reproductive health support, legal assistance, transportation and more. Call or text 1.800.843.5200 or chat on the website.
Location: California
Contact:

1.800.843.5200

Service Type: By Phone
Homeless youth ages 13-25 can drop in Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. and Sunday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. for basic necessities such as food, clothing, personal care items, lockers, and access to phone, computers and email. Showers and washer and dryer facilities are also available free of charge. Support services are also available. 693 South 2nd Street.
Location: San Jose
Contact:

408-243-0222

Eligibility:

Youth 13-25

Service Type: Drop In
The Berkeley Drop In Center offers free mail service, free lockers, refreshements, phone service, computer access and urgent needs like food, shoes and hygiene kits. Community resource access and referrals are available, and classes and workshop can be seen on the event calendar. Drop ins are available Monday-Friday 9am-3pm. 3234 Adeline Street
Location: Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 653-3808 – info@acnetmhc.org

Service Type: Drop in
Civil legal assistance for low-income clients. Assistance in the areas of consumer protection, health care access, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, immigration, economic justice, housing, homelessness, the medical system, reentry, veterans and youth justice. Call the legal advice line- attorneys may give a caller legal advice, schedule eligible clients for an appointment in a neighborhood office, or provide the caller with a helpful referral to other social services organizations, when appropriate. Many languages supported. You may have to wait more than fifteen minutes for your call to be answered. If you are offered an option to leave a message and call back, you will not lose your place in line. Call right when the line opens at 9:30 AM.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

800-551-5554 (legal advice line)

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Offers safe parking, temporary housing in tiny program, emergency shelter and rental and deposit assistance.
Location: San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

408-341-6080

Mutual aid network offering a wide variety of resources including food, meals, child care, supplies, errands, transportation, and check-in calls.
Location:
Contact:

sfbayareamutualaid@gmail.com

Services for the unhoused, including shower and mail (8am-3pm), shelter, and bag lunches (11:30am - 12:45pm).
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 233-2141

One time emergency food assistance Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Pick up is once per month per person.
Location: Contra Costa County Pittsburg
Contact:

(925) 439-5060

Eligibility:

Residents of East Contra Costa County

Service Type: Pick Up
Map of handwashing stations and open public bathrooms
Location: Alameda County Berkeley
List of shower programs in Berkeley with locations and hours.
Location: Alameda County Berkeley
Provides dinner every night at 6:30pm, shelter for single men (arrive at 6:30pm), single women and women with children (call for availability) at 200 Macdonald Ave. Food pantry is located at 123 Macdonald Ave, Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm, Sat 8am-3pm.
Location: Contra Costa County Richmond
Contact:

(510) 215-4860 (shelter), (510) 215-4887 (food pantry)

Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Provides health and mental health care, food pantry and other support services to those experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homeless. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 10am-12:30pm, 1-3pm. See link for info.
Location: Marin County San Rafael
Contact:

(415) 457-8182 ext. 111 (Health)

Service Type: Pantry: Pick Up. Other services: By Phone
Free to-go style breakfast (6:30-8am) and lunch (11am-1pm) daily at 820 B St.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 454-3303

Service Type: Pick Up
Provides info and referrals to homelessness resources, safety net programs, meals for children currently enrolled in childcare programs as well as essential worker child care. Also provides Warm Line Emotional Support 9am-midnight every day.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 526-7500

Service Type: By Phone
Offers essential human services, including emergency food, homeless support services, safety net information and referrals. See website for hours. 2600 Middlefield Rd.
Location: Atherton North Fair Oaks Portola Valley Redwood City Woodside
Contact:

(650) 780-7500

Service Type: Walk In
Provides emergency shelter, safe parking, food and shower services to people experiencing homelessness. If you are homeless or hungry and looking for help, please visit Sonoma Springs Community Hall, 18627 CA-12, Monday through Friday, from 9am to 1pm.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 939-6777 or office@sonomaovernightsupport.org

 

Matches people experiencing homelessness to available housing, shelter and services. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(866) 542-5480, CE@srcharities.org

Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Shower and laundry services for the unhoused. See link for locations and hours. Call (707) 433-6161 for help with Permanent Supportive Housing or Rapid ReHousing.
Location: Cloverdale Geyserville Healdsburg Windsor
Contact:

(707) 433-6161

Eligibility:

Homeless/at-risk individuals

Homeless/at-risk families with children under the age of 18

Individuals and families who need rental and utility assistance

People who live in one of these four cities: Healdsburg, Windsor, Cloverdale, Geyserville

Provides housing and support services to the unhoused, as well as emergency food pantry 12 and 2 pm Monday through Friday (closed on Holidays). 416 Union Avenue, Fairfield
Location: Fairfield Solano County
Contact:

(707) 427-1148,
info@canbinc.com

Provides emergency housing, showers, and food distribution. Call or see website for locations and hours.
Location: Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 528-8712

Provides "Dignity on Wheel" mobile shower and laundry services, emergency shelter (1858 Bay Rd), and food pantry (Tuesdays 12-2pm at 1852 Bay Rd, East Palo Alto). See link for Dignity on Wheel schedule.
Location: Alameda County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

(650) 330-8000 or info@projectwehope.com, (650) 779-4635 (shelter)

Supports foster, probation, and homeless youth access to services. Napa: 780 Lincoln Ave (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10AM-5PM Tuesday: 2-5PM) Sonoma: 714 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa (Tue-Fri, 12-4pm, Virtual Services Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Friday: 10:00am - 4:30pm) Solano: 646 Tennessee St, Vallejo (Monday - Thursday: 12:00 - 4:00pm, Staff Available (via phone & email/social media) Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm) Sonoma: 714 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa (Tue-Fri, 12-4pm, Virtual Services Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Friday: 10:00am - 4:30pm) Solano: 646 Tennessee St, Vallejo (Monday - Thursday: 12:00 - 4:00pm, Staff Available (via phone & email/social media) Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 6:00pm)
Location: Napa County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 251-9432 (Napa), (707) 579-4327 (Santa Rosa), (707) 917-5904 (Vallejo)

Service Type: Drop in
Emergency shelter and services for unhoused individuals
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 652-7311

Offers rental assistance, eviction prevention, and multiple housing solutions including interim and long-term housing. Specialized programs serve veterans, domestic violence survivors, the disabled, and the re-entry population. See links for contact information or call 211.
Location: Contra Costa County Solano County
Contact:

925.335.0698

Eligibility:

The registrant must reside in Solano County
The registrant or a household member must have suffered a loss of income or financial hardship due to COVID-19.
The registrant must be able to demonstrate the change in income due to COVID-19 with supporting documents

DCARA provides programs for families, communications access assistance, employment services, peer counseling, and information and referral services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County
Contact:

510-343-6670 or info@dcara.org

Eligibility:

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, DeafBlind, Hearing parent of Deaf child, or Child of Deaf Adults

Hot meals, groceries and hygiene products from 9am - 2pm and case management service over the phone by calling (510) 548-2884. 2218 Acton Street
Location: Alameda County Berkeley
Contact:

(510) 548-2884, staff@womensdropin.org

Service Type: Pick Up
Emergency shelters for those experiencing homelessness.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 255 – 0165

Service Type: By Phone
Crisis housing referrals and food bags, diapers and formula distributed. Pick up on Fridays 10am-3pm (closed for lunch 12-1). To access drop-in services clients may call HPP’s remote intake line at 415-754-0581 or complete the client services interest form.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-754-0581

Eligibility:

Pregnant, a parent or a custodial guardian with a child 17 years old or younger

Service Type: Pick Up, By Phone
Provides health services, including COVID-19 testing, emergency housing and food/hygiene product distributions to the unhoused and those in need. See website or call for more information and locations.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 777-1177

Service Type: By Phone
Direct assistance to those experiencing homelessness and need direct assistance with health care. Call during open hours, Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm.
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

(510) 891-8950

Service Type: By Phone
Legal representation, emergency financial and supportive services for people in Oakland facing a housing crisis.
Location: Oakland
Contact:

For emergency financial assistance:

BACS: Apply online: housing.bayareacs.org , 510-899-9289 (text or call)

Catholic Charities East Bay (CCEB): 510-768-3100

For legal representation:

East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) : 510-548-4040, – ask for housing intake.

For supportive services:

BACS: 510-899-9289 (text or call)

Catholic Charities East Bay (CCEB): 510-768-3100

Eligibility:

All Oakland residents experiencing a housing crisis who have a household income at or below 30% of Area Median Income, with priority to extremely low-income households. Legal representation will be provided to tenants with an active eviction lawsuit up to 50% AMI.

Service Type: By Phone
Provides interest-free loans and grants to tenants residing in the City and County of San Francisco who have fallen behind in their rent due to a temporary financial setback.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 470-5211
or edcradco@evictiondefense.org

Eligibility:

San Francisco residents, income based. You must not be a Housing Authority tenant.  Your household must have sufficient income to pay your future rent and expenses. You must plan to stay in your home for at least six months.

Daily Breakfast (7:30am Seniors, 8am general public), lunch (noon) and dinner (4pm Mon-Fri, bag at dinner on weekends); hygiene and triaging, and needles exchange services Mon-Fri
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 674-6000

Eligibility:

no eligibility requirements

Service Type: Pick up and dine in
Map of hand washing locations in San Francisco.
Location: San Francisco
Meals daily. Breakfast to go, starting at 7am. Lunch service: 10:00am – 1:30pm, to go option available. Afternoon hot meal service: to go, 2:30pm – 4pm 121 Golden Gate Avenue, 1st Floor.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

415-241-2600

info@stanthonysf.org

Service Type: Pick up and dine in
Shelter, food and showers for the unhoused. Free hot lunch served Tuesday through Saturday, 10:45am to 12:45pm. Call for referrals.
Location: Alameda County Oakland
Contact:

510-638-7600.

Service Type: Dine in
Assessment and intake services for families and individuals for entry into shelter and housing program placement.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 430-6320

Service Type: By Phone
Assessment and intake services for families and individuals for entry into shelter and housing program placement.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 972-1281

Service Type: By Phone
Vaccine and Testing Information & Resources

Below you will find information about vaccines and testing by county.

All Resources

COVID vaccination and testing locations in the Mission, Excelsior and other neighborhoods in San Francisco.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Web
Directory of COVID-19 testing sites in Santa Clara County by city or date.
Location: Santa Clara County
Service Type: Web
A state directory of COVID-19 testing sites.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Directory of community resources in the Bay Area, updated every two weeks. Includes food, legal resources, mental and medical health, domestic violence and cash assistsance. Search by resource type or zip code.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Service Type: Web
Infomation and resources available to residents of Alameda County including a map of food, services testing and vaccination sites, public benefits, guidance for older adults, child care resources, domestic violence resources, emergency food and housing resources, Medi-cal and in-home supportive services, VA, and refugee cash assistance (RCA).
Location: Alameda County
Contact:

510-891-0700

Information about the COVID vaccine from the state of California such as how and where to get vaccinated, who can get vaccinated, how the vaccines work and more.
Location: California
Information about the COVID vaccine for residents of Marin County.
Location: Marin County
Information about the COVID vaccine for residents of Napa County.
Location: Napa County
Contact:

707-253-4540

Information about the COVID vaccine of San Mateo County.
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

covidvax@smcgov.org

Information about the COVID vaccine for residents of Solano County. For scheduling assistance, call the Solano County Vaccine Line at (800) 672-0150. If you are homebound or need help with transportation, call 707-784-8655.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(800) 672-0150

Information about the COVID vaccine for residents of Sonoma County including information on transportation to appointments.
Location: Sonoma County
Information about available COVID vaccines and where to get vaccinated in Alameda County
Location: Alameda County
Contact:


510.268.2101 or ncov@acgov.org

Information about the COVID vaccine, eligibility, where to get them and transportation to appointments.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

211

Vaccine locations in Contra Costa County. Multilingual Call Center is available Mon - Fri, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 1-844-729-8410
Location: Contra Costa County
Contact:

1-844-729-8410

Information about the COVID vaccine, eligibility and where to get the vaccine in San Francisco.
Location: San Francisco
Worker Funds & Workplace Protections

If you are laid off or working reduced hours, or temporarily out of work and plan to return to the same employer, apply for Unemployment Insurance online or call 800-300-5616 (you may experience long wait time on the phone). You can also reach out to one of the organizations below for support. 

California’s paid sick leave law gives most workers paid time off to recover from an illness or to care for a sick family member, accruing at least 1 hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked. Your local governments may also have existing or emergency paid sick leave laws that allow you to have additional paid time off. You may also be eligible to receive up to 6 weeks of partial pay to care for an ill or quarantined family member with COVID-19 under CA Paid Family Leave (PFL) law. File a PFL claim online here

If you are unable to work due to medical quarantine or COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive Disability Insurance. If you were exposed to and contracted COVID-19 at work and are unable to work, you may qualify for Workers’ Compensation and may receive up to two-thirds of your gross wages.

See undocumented immigrants’ eligibility for these benefits here.

Below are resources to get help on workplace-related issues and potential financial assistance in your local area.

All Resources

Legal Assessments on immigration issues: Citizenship, Green Cards, Green Card Renewals, Family Reunification, Adjustment of Status, Work Authorization, First Time DACA Applications and DACA Renewals. Community resources and referrals also available. Phone and virtual appointments.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 410 – 4148 or email ccarrera@werisesf.org or cporras@werisesf.org

Service Type: By Phone
Directory of resources in San Francisco searchable by need.
Location: San Francisco
Service Type: Web
Financial aid available to hospitality workers.
Location: National
Eligibility:

hospitality workers

Right to Recover
This program provides 2 weeks (80 hours) of minimum wage replacement to any worker in San Francisco who tests positive for COVID-19. This relief is open to anyone, regardless of immigration status. Email the Office of Economic and Workforce Development at workforce.connection@sfgov.org or call 415-701-4817 with questions.
Location: San Francisco
Contact:

workforce.connection@sfgov.org or call 415-701-4817

Eligibility:

Workers in San Francisco

Service Type: By Phone
Provides supportive services for veterans. Locations in the Bay Area serving Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa and Solano Counties. Transitional and permanent supportive housing, case management, mental health, employment, mobile service units, homeless ness prevention and behavioral health are available. Call the main number or the number for the county near you.
Location: California Napa County San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

1-833-468-9676

Eligibility:

Veterans

Service Type: By Phone
Loans for small businesses and applications for citizenship as well as lending circles. Also offers a free, confidential and personalized resources finder based on your household, income and immigration status https://www.missionassetfund.org/resources-finder/
Location: California
Contact:

programs@missionassetfund.org or 888.274.4808

Service Type: Web
Directory of legal aid organizations and referral services. Select your county and topic to be directed to organizations that can help with issues including immigration, housing, families and kids, health, benefits, seniors, expungement, abuse, etc. Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Tagalog.
Location: California
Service Type: Web
Provides health services for the Asian community in Contra Costa County housing services in Oakland and San Pablo, and income and family support in Oakland and San Pablo. Available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Burmese, Lao, Nepalese, Farsi, Pashto, Arabic, Russian, Dari, Vietnamese, Turkish and Uzbek.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Oakland San Pablo
Contact:

510-533-8850

Funds are available for Bay Area sex workers from all parts of the trade (strippers, dancers, FSSW, massage, online and cam performers, pro-dommes & subs, porn performers, and more) who depend on sex work to pay their bills and do not have other forms of support. Applications are only open the third week of every month, Tuesday-Tuesday. Priority given to Bay Area BIPOC, trans/GNC, disabled, and outdoor workers.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County Marin County Napa County San Francisco San Mateo County Santa Clara County Solano County Sonoma County
Contact:

BAWSGRANTS@GMAIL.COM

Santa Clara County's reentry program. The Reentry Resource Center in San Jose is conducting client registration and service triage 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and after hours on Tu/Th from 5-8pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-12pm for client service triage and information. You can call 408-535-4299 for information. The Reentry Resource Center in Gilroy is conducting client registration and service triage 1pm - 5pm Monday and Wednesday and 8am-5pm on Tuesday and Thursday. You can call 408-201-0690 for information.
Location: Gilroy San Jose Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 535-4299

Provides immigration legal services, student support, English classes, food pantry, and short-term counseling
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 306-0437 or immigration@canalalliance.org (immigration), or (415) 454-2640 (social services referrals)

Service Type: Call or check the service page for instructions
Provides free or reduced-cost legal consultations on issues of eviction and homelessness, immigration & detention and domestic violence, as well as lawyer referrals to people seeking legal presentation. Free legal clinics are also available one or two times a month.
Location: Marin County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 782-1600, (415) 989-1616 (lawyer referral)

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal consultations on issues regarding employment and workplace protections and housing. Call to schedule an appointment, or use the online form. See link for more info.
Location: Marin County
Contact:

(415) 492-0230 ext. 102

Service Type: By Phone
Offers essential human services, including emergency food, homeless support services, safety net information and referrals. See website for hours. 2600 Middlefield Rd.
Location: Atherton North Fair Oaks Portola Valley Redwood City Woodside
Contact:

(650) 780-7500

Service Type: Walk In
Provides legal consultations on issues regarding employment and workplace protections, housing and immigration, as well as providing info on emergency housing assistance. The office is open for walk ins between 9am and 1pm. Ring the doorbell at 1861 Bay Road, East Palo Alto The phone number is answered until 1pm. If you leave a message, your phone call will be returned.
Location: East Palo Alto San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 326-6440

Service Type: Walk In and Phone
Provides legal counseling by phone on issues of employment and labor protection, housing, health access and education rights.
Location: Sonoma County
Contact:

(707) 528-9941

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and assistance for residents of San Mateo County on issues of health care, housing, public benefits, special education services, domestic violence, immigration and elder abuse. Call to schedule an appointment
Location: San Mateo County
Contact:

(650) 558-0915

Service Type: By Phone
Provides advice regarding employment protections and benefits, including unemployment insurance, paid sick leave, and disability insurance.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(866) 879-7725

Service Type: By Phone
Provides advice and support to navigate employment protections, safety net services and legal aid attorneys.
Location: Santa Clara County
Contact:

(408) 809-2124

Service Type: By Phone
Provides legal counseling and advice on housing, public benefits, health care benefits, employment law, education, and senior issues (consumer cases). See website for intake hours. Public Walk-in/Drop-in Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12 and 1-4.; phone preferred.
Location: Solano County
Contact:

(707) 643-0054

Service Type: By Phone
Legal services and counseling on employment, immigration and domestic violence and for seniors and adults with disabilities. Eviction defense and foreclosure prevention. APILO is open by appointment only. A variety of languages are available.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 567 6255 (SF)
(510) 251 2846 (East Bay)

Service Type: By Appointment
Workers' Rights Clinic provides confidential information about people's legal rights related to work in CA, including immigrant workers. Call a local office to schedule an appointment. Help available in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and other languages.
Location: Antioch Berkeley East Palo Alto National Oakland San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 404-9093

Eligibility:

Income based

Service Type: By Appointment
Legal consultations for low-wage workers on issues such as COVID-19, unpaid wages, overtime, UI benefits, wrongful termination, disrimination, and more. Call to schedule an appointment.
Location: Alameda County Contra Costa County San Francisco
Contact:

(415) 896-1701

Service Type: By Phone
Financial assistance to bartender, bar back, bar server or others in the service or preparation of alcoholic beverages.
Location: National
Contact:

(855) 655-8724

Eligibility:

Bartenders or spouses or children of bartenders

Financial assistance for service workers with children to cover rent/mortgage, utilities, medical supplies, medical or therapy equipment, therapies, prescriptions, over the counter medicine, travel costs, costs associated with a funeral, groceries, clothing, or other essentials a family might need to navigate their specific circumstance.
Location: National
Contact:

(404) 655-4690

Eligibility:

Food & beverage service workers with children with one of the following:

Significant medical diagnosis or injury including COVID,
Death of an immediate family member (child or parent/legal guardian),
Loss of life or home,
Documented Domestic Violence

Legal consultations for low-wage workers and regarding immigration and workers' issues.