Please visit the following websites to remain updated about COVID-19 community services and important resources:
City of Richmond and Contra Costa County Info
School Closure Info and Student Food Resources
Financial, Unemployment and Paid Family Leave Information
Mortgage and Foreclosure Info
WiFi, Internet and Phone Info
Distance Learning and Youth Resources
Downloadble Resource Sheets
Both Alameda County and Contra Costa County sheriffs’ offices have halted eviction proceedings during the crisis. In addition, some local cities, have enacted ordinances temporarily barring evictions and in some cases rent increases for renters and small businesses impacted by the crisis. Check each city’s website to see what measures they’ve put in place.
Gov. Newsom announced that most major banks have agreed to allow residential property owners impacted by the crisis to miss mortgage payments for 90 days. In addition, the federal government suspended foreclosures and evictions to homeowners whose mortgage is guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac or is backed by the FHA or HUD. See HUD PDF for info on federal program
If you’re impacted by the crisis due to your immigration status, please see the Legal Aid at Work website for more information on how to get help.
Contra Costa Crisis Center call 211 or text HOPE to 20121
Some East Bay Regional Parks and trails are open. A walk on a trail, around your neighborhood or private backyard, will allow you to breathe fresh air and help to reduce stress and anxiety. Please practice social distancing. Stay at least 6 feet away from people and stay home if you feel sick.
Visite los siguientes sitios web para mantenerse actualizado sobre los servicios comunitarios y los recursos importantes de la Comunidad: