Every week, we share a weekly round-up of resources to help support you and your community.
$600 stimulus for low-income residents
The state has now approved a $600 stimulus to aid low-income Californians. You may be eligible for the stimulus if you are: tax filers who earn less than $30,000, enrolled in CalWorks, recipients of SSI/SSP or CAPI, or undocumented immigrants who earn less than $75,000. Residents can check if they qualify at caleitc4me.org.
New CDC Data Tracker Weekly
CDC’s new COVID Data Tracker Weekly Review helps you stay up-to-date on the pandemic and understand the data. The weekly report combines visualizations, analysis, and interpretations of key data and trends.
Frontline workers counseling project
The Frontline Workers Counseling Project (FWCP), formerly called the COVID-19 Pro Bono Counseling Project, is an initiative that helps connect frontline workers with free, confidential psychotherapy and counseling. The project is currently available in the San Joaquin Valley.
Short, printable book to support and reassure children, under the age of 7, regarding COVID-19. Available in multiple languages, this book is an invitation for families to discuss the full range of emotions arising from the current situation.