August 14, 2020   date   

Calendar of Events

Covid-19 Resources


COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Hosted and administered by San Diego Foundation and County Board of Supervisors, seeded with money from SDGE and others.

  • Grant funding will focus on food security, rental and utility assistance, income replacement or gap funding
  • Initial grants will be made within a few weeks
  • 100% of donations will go to organizations helping San Diegans impacted by the health crisis

United Way COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund

Helps with bills, rent and food.  Call 1-866-211-9966, provide zip code and you will be given a list of local agencies to provide assistance.

Stay Home SD- Helping San Diego Seniors

San Diegans helping those in our community who are most vulnerable to Covid-19

San Diego Workforce Partnership

Resources for workers and businesses

Excellent overview and links for unemployment and benefits for those quarantined or sick

Resources for working parents

Employment Development Department, State of California – State Disability, Paid Family Leave and Unemployment

The Governor has waived the one-week unpaid waiting period so you can collect disability or unemployment for the first week you are out of work. If you are eligible, the EDD processes and issues payments with a few weeks of receiving a claim. You may be eligible if you are quarantined or sick or have lost work due to the health crisis

Labor & Workforce Development Agency

Information on benefits for workers impacted by COVID-19 

San Diego County – Community Sector Support

Lots of information on various topics:

  • Childcare centers
  • Community based organizations and faith-based organizations
  • Homeless Service Providers
  • Schools

 2-1-1 San Diego

Information on food bank locations and diaper distribution sites. Diaper banks and Food sites open during school closures. Other food resources available.

Rent/Eviction Relief

Governor Newsom ordered the postponement of eviction or foreclosures through 3/31/20.  The order does not relieve a tenant from the obligation to pay rent or restrict the landlord’s ability to recover rent that is due. The order also requests banks and other financial institutions to halt foreclosures and related evictions during this time period.

The Governor’s Executive Order asks the California Public Utilities Commission to monitor measures undertaken by public and private utility providers to implement customer service protections for critical utilities, including electric, gas, water, internet, landline telephone, and cell phone service on a weekly basis.

Community Food Resources

School Lunches 

Food Delivery Resources During COVID-19 - Temple Solel does not endorse any particular market or food delivery program.The following information is formulated to provide food delivery options at this time. We will be adding or removing resources as needed.

Supermarket Delivery Options:

A message from Vons CEO: Shopping for You. Our Grocery Delivery, Pharmacy Delivery, and Drive Up & Go services are still available to you. You can find more information at your store’s website (Albertsons.com, for example; see below for our complete list). Our E-commerce team is following enhanced sanitization protocols for all of their equipment and washing their hands and using hand sanitizer before every order. We’ve created “Contact Free” delivery procedures for our team and changed our signature processes so that our delivery drivers can sign for you when delivering your order, after completing an ID check, if necessary.

Please use our “Contact Free” procedures if you or a household member has a fever or flu symptoms.

You must create an account: email and password

Hours Every day 7am – 9pm

Order online: vons.com – be sure to put in your zip code before ordering (delivery and pick-up available)

Service fee: $5

A message from Ralphs CEO: Here are the steps we’re taking to protect our customers and associates:

Cleaning commonly used areas more often, including cashier stations, self-checkouts, credit card terminals, conveyor belts and food service counters, and cleaning shelves when restocking products.

Sanitizing restrooms more frequently and restocking with supplies, including soap, paper towels and hand sanitizer.

Adding extra hand sanitizer at cashier stations, food service counters, and all Pharmacy, The Little Clinic and Starbucks locations.

Wiping down shopping carts, baskets and equipment.

Partnering with our suppliers to replenish high-demand preparedness products.

Continuing to provide our customers with free disinfectant wipes at our store entrances to sanitize their shopping carts or baskets.

Following best practices for safe food handling, as always.

Same day delivery: $6.95

Delivery within hours:  $9.95

Ship (1-3 day delivery):  FREE

Hours: 8am – 8pm

Order on line: Ralphs.com – be sure to put in your zip code before ordering

Meal Delivery Programs – Order Online

  • Green Chef – (meals fully prepared and delivered) Pricing varies by the type of plan chosen. Plant-Powered is $11.99/meal ($9.99/meal if ordering 2-3 boxes), Balanced Living is $11.99/meal, Paleo is $12.99/meal, Keto is $12.99/meal, and the Family Plan is $10.99/meal.
  • Home Chef –(fresh food meal plan – you cook) Fresh weekly meal kits customized to your liking and starting at $6.99 per serving. Pick your meals.
  • Freshly –  (meals fully prepared and delivered) Customized meals – average cost $11.50 per meal
  • Hello Fresh Pick your meal plan – meals starting at $6.99 per serving
  • Dinnerly – (fresh food meal plan – you cook) Simple recipes and fresh ingredients – beginning at $4.50 per meal
  • JFS – Home-style meals delivered to adults 60 years and older (delivery daily M-F) Call: 858-637-3210 Cost: sliding scale

Small Business Support – Small Business Administration

Economic Injury Disaster Loan and other information

Ideas to Support small businesses:

Tip generously

Purchase gift cards

If you know about someone hiring share the information

LEARNING AT HOME OPPORTUNITIES:

EXERCISING AT HOME:

  • YMCA for the community - The Y is providing FREE online services that include activities for all ages, abilities and interests. They can be played from any device in the comfort of your home.
  • 24 hour fitness - Certain at-home classes are available for free. Download the 24GO app, which has workout ideas available.
  • Bodybuilding.com - Made available eight free workouts anyone can do from home.

INTERNET ACCESS: 

Free internet access for students: 1-844-488-8398

SUBSTANCE ABUSE:

SMART RECORDING:

40+ weekly online meetings at SMART Recovery Online (SROL), with additional support available through 24/7 discussion boards. SROL is free to join; but registration is required to participate. Learn more:

Access SROL Zoom Meetings & 24/7 Forums

Online Meeting Schedule

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES:

WAYS TO HELP:

The next time you are ordering from Amazon, you can make an easy choice to click on this link (JFS San Diego COVID 19 Amazon Wishlist) and have groceries delivered to the JFS food pantry (called the Corner Market).  The pantry is getting very low on food, and there are a lot of people in need now.  If many of us even have one or two items delivered, it could make a difference to a hungry person or family.

DOMESTIC VIOLENT RESOURCES: