Yolo County COVID-19 Resources

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Welcome to the COVID-19 Resource List for Yolo County!
In an effort to make it easier for you to find what you need, we’ve created a Yolo County COVID-19 Resource List that will be updated regularly. Please send additional resources to Natalie.Audage@yolocounty.org.

ACEs Connection has also created COVID-19 resource lists that will be updated regularly on the following topics:      

Thank you, and take care!
Natalie Audage Natalie.Audage@yolocounty.org
Yolo County Children’s Alliance

P.S. For updated medical and public health information about COVID-19, visit:  

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Yolo County Seal-naTYolo County Health and Human Services: Coronavirus Website


Yolo County Seal-naTYolo County COVID-19 Dashboard and Other Documents


Yolo County Seal-naT

Testing Now Available in Yolo County
State run testing opened in Yolo County (Woodland) on May 5th with a capacity of up to 132 tests per day. Testing will run May 5- 30 in Woodland and June 2 – 20 in West Sacramento. Testing information can be found by clicking under the ‘State testing’ tab on https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-roadmap.


about-cdcCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)


CA COVID-19 Coronavirus (COVID-19) in California: State website


Ca.govManage Stress for Health from California Surgeon General
The California Surgeon General has a simple guide with things you can do every day, at home, to help support your mental and physical health, utilizing six key strategies:
1) Supportive relationships
2) Exercise
3) Sleep
4) Nutrition
5) Mental health support
6) Mindfulness


Ca.govNavigating Stress Management with Kids from California Surgeon General
Stress in kids may show up differently than stress in adults does. The stress relief playbook can help you understand what to look out for and what you can do to protect your family’s health. Included in this guide:
1) Keeping an eye out for stress in kids
2) Planning tools to reduce stress for kids
3) Strategies for stress reduction


ACEs AWAREACEs Aware Resources
ACEs Aware supports health care providers, their teams, and all those on the front lines of administering care and interventions as California addresses stress and anxiety related to COVID-19.


CA Department of Public HealthCalifornia Department of Public Health
Guidance for Women, Families, and Health Care Professionals


Congressman GaramendiCoronavirus Updates and Resources from Congressman John Garamendi
Includes more information on the following: 
-Health information
-What Congress is doing to help
-Information about paid leave, unemployment, other assistance
-Information about assistance for small businesses

Congressman Garamendi has also put together a list of other local, state and federal resources available during this time of crisis. You can access these federal, state, and local county resources on his Facebook page here.


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FacebookFacebook Covid-19 Yolo Community Resource 
This is a new Facebook community designed as a resource to the greater Yolo community and especially the most vulnerable. Use it to access resources, get child care help, help our local businesses stay afloat, get folks tested, or run errands for older/compromised folks. 


FacebookCOVID-19 Yolo County Response Facebook Group 
COVID-19 Yolo County Response Awareness Group
@YoloCounty


UCDavisCOVID-19 Weekly webinar series from UCDavis Office for Health Equity Diversity and Inclusion
Learn more about topics such as common stresses, coping strategies, how to help children, ways to stay connected, ways to give, and self-healing techniques. Previous webinars are available as well.


Thinking PinkThriving Pink Virtual Events Open to All 
Thriving Pink is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping local breast cancer survivors thrive. The Thriving Pink Calendar has been updated with virtual programs, workshops, and support groups which continue to be provided at no cost and are open for all.


Yolo County LibraryYolo County Library Virtual Events and Facebook Posts
Social distancing doesn't have to mean isolation. Engage with others through Yolo County Library weekday virtual events and Facebook posts. 


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Empower YoloEmpower Yolo
Provides free and confidential support to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, and child abuse. In addition to walk-in crisis support, emergency shelter, counseling, and legal services the Empower Yolo's Crisis Line have trained advocates who are available 24/7. 

24/7 Crisis Line: (530) 662-1133 or (916) 371-1907
Empower Yolo Main Line: (530) 661-6336


Yolo County Seal-naTYolo County Child Welfare Services
Child Welfare Services intervenes on behalf of children who need protection from abuse and neglect. Please call if you suspect that a child has been abused or neglected. Child Welfare Services welcomes consultation calls. 

(530) 669-2345 or (888) 400-0022 


Suicide PreventionSuicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County
Provides a 24-hour Yolo Suicide Prevention Hotline where you can get confidential, anonymous telephone counseling and referral information by trained crisis volunteers. It also has an ASK Teen Crisis Line, School Safety Tip Lines, and Survivors of Suicide Support Group.

Davis: (530) 756-5000
Woodland: (530) 666-7778
West Sacramento: (916) 375-6565


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Yolo Food BankYolo Food Bank Resources for Yolo County Residents
Yolo Food Bank is doing all that we can to continue serving the community, and we are still distributing food at most of our sites. Here is the link to our website's Find Food page: https://yolofoodbank.org/get-help/. Yolo Food Bank is now offering food box delivery to seniors, those with disabilities, and those with health conditions that increase the risk of coronavirus illness. To sign up for a box, call (530) 668-0690 or visit https://yolofoodbank.org/.


Yolo Food BankYolo Food Bank Food Distribution Notifications Find an updated list of distributions and pantries online:

  1. Go to https://yolofoodbank.org/
  2. Click “Find Food”
  3. Scroll down past the map to “Select City”
  4. Select your city
  5. View updated food distribution list

Or sign up for FreshText on your cellphone to get notifications of current food distributions! Text GRAPE to 888777


brown-bag-lunch-blunders-packing-on-poundsSchool Meals Available for Children across Yolo County
School lunches and breakfasts are available across Yolo County during school closures for all children 18 years and younger. 
Davis Joint Unified School District
Esparto Unified School District
Washington Unified School District 
Winters Joint Unified School District
Woodland Joint Unified School District

More information and a map of locations are available at Yolo County Office of Education website or at https://www.fns.usda.gov/meals4kids


CA Meals for Kids appCA Meals for Kids Mobile App
California Department of Education’s (CDE) “CA Meals for Kids” mobile app has been updated to help students and families find meals during COVID-19-related emergency school closures. The CA Meals for Kids mobile application helps you find nearby California Afterschool and Summer Meal Programs Sites through your iOS, Android, or Microsoft devices.


P-EBTAdditional Food Benefits for Children: ‘P-EBT’ or Pandemic EBT Benefits
Due to coronavirus (COVID 19), children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits help families in California buy food when school is closed.


Countryside Community ChurchCountryside Community Church
The Countryside Community Church (26479 Grafton St.; Esparto, CA) is extending its Food Closet Hours during this time of need.
Hours of operation: 
Tuesday: 12pm-6pm
Wednesday: 9am-12pm
Friday: 2pm-5pm


Woodland Christian ChurchWoodland Christian Church
Anyone needing food can show up Monday – Friday between 3-4pm at 509 College Street, Woodland, 95695, to get a 3 day supply of food. Enter through the back of the church.


Food for seniorsLocal Senior Shopping Services Updates
See the bottom half of this website for great information about how grocery stores all over Yolo County are offering separate times for seniors and vulnerable populations to shop. At the bottom, there is also information about home delivery services.


Yolo Farm to ForkYolo County Restaurants Open for Curbside Pick-up or Delivery
Yolo Farm to Fork has compiled a list of Yolo County restaurants and businesses by the city that are participating in curbside pick-up, take-out, or delivery.   


Expensify.orgExpensify.org is Matching CalFresh Benefits for Up to $50/Family
In response to recent events, Expensify.org, is shifting focus (and funds) with immediate effect to help support families in the US that may be struggling to support themselves right now.


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GENERAL


2112-1-1 Yolo County
2-1-1 Yolo County is a free confidential information and referral service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Assistance is available in multiple languages, and services are accessible to people with disabilities. Specialists can refer callers to a variety of services that best meets their needs.


Family Resource Centers (FRCs)
Local Family Resource Centers (FRCs) play an important role in helping families access basic needs, such as housing, healthcare, food, parenting support, referrals, and other resources.
If you live in Davis, Woodland, or Knights Landing, call Empower Yolo at 530-661-6336.
If you live in Esparto or Winters, call RISE, Inc. at 530-787-4110.
If you live in West Sacramento or Clarksburg, call Yolo County Children’s Alliance at 916-572-0560.


Yolo County LibraryCoronavirus / Shelter in Place Resources
The Yolo County Library has created a very comprehensive list of resources about:
1) Food, housing, safety, and social services
2) Activities for adults and teens
3) Activities and resources for children and families 


HEALTH

Yolo County Seal-naTYolo Health & Human Services Agency
Local health resources and general questions.

  • Davis
    • Service Center: (530) 757-5502
    • Mental Health: (530) 757-5530
  • Woodland
    • Service Center: (530) 661-2750
    • Mental Health: (530) 666-8630
    • Public Health: (530) 666-8643
  • Winters
    • Service Center: (530) 406-4444
  • West Sacramento
    • Service Center: (916) 375-6200
    • Mental Health: (916) 375-6350
    • Public Health: (916) 375-6380

CommuniCareCommuniCare Health Centers
Provide services, including primary medical and dental health care, behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, health education, and support services. 
Davis: (530) 758-2060
Woodland: (530) 405-2800
West Sacramento: (916) 403-2900 


Yolo County Seal-naTYolo Office of Emergency Services


HOUSING


Legal Services of Northern CARenter protection videos from Legal Services of Northern CA (LSNC)
LSNC staff created these accessible videos hoping to get the word out about general protections available to renters related to COVID-19 asap, as one of the ordinances requires advance written notice and documentary evidence to be provided to the landlord before rent is due. A Russian version should be available later this week. 

English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ8DbB95jNs 
Spanish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...amp;feature=youtu.be


YCCA logoYCCA West Sacramento Housing & Homelessness Prevention Services
YCCA’s Housing staff continue to work closely with the City of West Sacramento’s Homeless Coordinator to identify and place those needing shelter in motels and others needing housing-related assistance. We are working with clients by phone and continue to assist with placements as well as support in working with landlords and utility companies. We are staying current on news related to housing and utility payments and are working with local agencies to keep people informed and housed.

Contact: Elise Rietz at 530-902-9288 


Davis Respite CenterDavis Respite Center
Davis Respite Center is a safe space for those living homeless in Davis. Open Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm, Davis Respite Center (530 L St. in Davis) offers showers, laundry, storage, food, drinks, a rest area, vet services, and case management services and linkages to other programs to homeless adults. For more information, please call (530)-758-0354.


IMMIGRANT RESOURCES

CA Rural Legal Assistance FoundationCOVID-19 Information and Resources for Immigrant Communities
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF) and the Sacramento FUEL Network for Immigrants have prepared an informational flyer (attached) to support immigrant communities in the Central Valley as families navigate the immense uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Topics covered include legal, healthcare, employment, housing, food assistance, census, and other areas of concern, specifically as they relate to immigrants or immigration status. 


CA Rural Legal Assistance FoundationDisaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants
On April 15, Governor Newsom announced one-time disaster relief assistance for undocumented Californians impacted by COVID-19, who are ineligible for most other forms of pandemic assistance, including direct assistance under the CARES Act and unemployment insurance. Eligible Californians may receive one-time COVID-19 disaster relief assistance at a value of $500. A limit of two adults per household can receive this assistance (maximum assistance of $1,000 per household). For more information about the program, please visit https://covid19.ca.gov/guide-immigrant-californians/

The non-profit organization assisting people from Yolo county is California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF). Call 877-557-0521.

CRLAF is encouraging individuals to apply ASAP. Funds are available on a first-come first-served basis.


CA Rural Legal Assistance FoundationPublic Charge information for immigrants from California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
Recent changes to public charge policies have caused families to disenroll from public benefits, and others have delayed applying for immigration relief. At the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF), we believe that we must fight the fear and confusion with facts. Everyone has rights in this country, especially in the state of California, no matter their immigration status, to access health care and certain public benefits. To help families and community advocates better understand changes to public charge, CRLAF has created a short training video in Spanish entitled Carga Pública: ¿Qué es y se aplica a mí?

We have also divided the longer 15 minute training into easier shorter videos:

At this time, the videos are only available in Spanish, and we hope to have videos available in English soon. Please help us distribute this information widely. By informing ourselves, we can not only untangle the mess of public charge policies, but also dispel rumors, misconceptions, and fears among our community.

For any immigration questions or free consultations, please refer individuals to CRLAF's mainline (916) 446-7901.


My Undocumented LifeCOVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Immigrants and Families
My Undocumented Life has compiled a list of resources and news that can help undocumented and mixed-status families during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. 


LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Legal Services of Northern CALegal Services of Northern California
Call if you have questions about paying rent or if you receive any legal documentation including Eviction Notices.         
(530) 662 -1065/ (916) 447- 5798


Project SentinalProject Sentinel
Call if you have any legal questions regarding housing discrimination or tenant-landlord disputes.
1-888-324-7468


CA Rural Legal Assistance FoundationCalifornia Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
Call if you have ANY immigration questions to receive a free consultation!          
(916) 446-7901
creyesbecerra@crlaf.org


COLLEGE STUDENTS


UCDavisCoronavirus information for UC Davis Students
Includes COVID-19 information for students and the community, frequently-asked questions for students who live and eat on campus, handwashing stations on campus.


UCDavisUC Davis for University and Student Updates


CA Homeless Youth ProjectEmergency Housing, Food, & Financial Resources for Undergraduates at California's Public Colleges and Universities

The California Homeless Youth Project compiled lists of basic needs resources that California’s public colleges and universities offer to undergraduates in order to make these resources more accessible. Basic needs resources include emergency housing, programs targeting students experiencing housing insecurity, programs targeting foster youth, free groceries, free prepared meals, on-campus CalFresh application assistance, emergency grants, and short-term loans.


UTILITIES


EveryoneOn_logo_transparentLow-cost internet service offers
In response to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on society, multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have made updates to their low-cost internet service programs to ensure individuals and families stay connected to the internet during this challenging time. Everyone has updated their low-cost internet service options tool to reflect these changes. 

ComcastFree Internet from Comcast
Comcast is offering 60 days of complimentary broadband internet to new customers in low-income households. To review additional requirements and apply for this program, click the link above. Comcast is also offering additional resources, including access to free Xfinity WiFi hotspots, even for non-Xfinity customers. Learn more: https://www.internetessentials.com/


PG&EPG&E
If you are experiencing financial hardships and are having trouble paying your bill due to the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), please call PG&E at 1-800-743-5000.

*PG&E is offering applications to financial assistance, is suspending service disconnections for non-payment, is waiving security deposits, and is implementing flexible payment plan options.


OTHER

Sac LGBT Community CenterCoronavirus updates and resources from Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Includes updates on services and support.  


Get your refund.orgVirtual Tax Preparation
The local Free Tax Preparation coalition is pleased to inform you that we launched our virtual tax preparation model with our partners at GetYourRefund.org. Please use this link/url specifically to be assisted by a LOCAL partner: https://www.getyourrefund.org/?s=UWCCR


ConsumerfinanceMortgage and Housing Assistance during the Coronavirus National Emergency 
If you're concerned about how to pay your mortgage or rent due to the Coronavirus national emergency, information is available on what to do now and what your options are for mortgage and rent payment relief.


CREOCREO Program Provides Support in Spanish by Phone
CREO continues to provide free emotional support and resources in Spanish by phone: 530-405-2893.


Yolo County Seal-naTInformation for Yolo Migrant Workers
The information for Yolo migrant workers can be found on the tab that says ‘For Agricultural Employees and Businesses’ on https://www.yolocounty.org/shelter-in-place.


YCRCYolo Conflict Resolution Center Services
All in-person services have been suspended for the time being.  However, we are available for inquiries at programs@yolocrc.org  Please feel free to reach out if you are experiencing conflict or other challenges/difficulties! We will do our best to assist you if we can!


Tribal materials-Center for American Indiant Health and Johns HopkinsCOVID-19 Materials Developed for Tribal Use
The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health and Indian Health Service are working together to produce relevant materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute. Currently, there are nearly 20 fliers with information ranging from Talking to Your Kids About COVID-19 and Caring For Yourself at Home to Elder Mental Health. Social media messages are also available for use. Radio messages are currently in production.


GrantspaceGrantSpace: Emergency Financial Resources to Help with COVID-19 Hardships
With an increase in hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GrantSpace has started this list to point you to emergency financial resources. There are grants for nonprofits, individuals, artists, and small businesses. 


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YOLO RESOURCES

Yolo County Health & Human Services 24 Hour Crisis HelpYolo County Seal-naT
(888) 965-6647


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Yolo County Children’s Mental Health Services
Yolo County Children’s Mental Health Services are available during the COVID-19 pandemic. Help is available for children, youth, and family members. 

24/7 Access Line: (888) 965-6647


Yolo County Seal-naTCOVID-19 Resources for Coping with Mental Health / Recursos Para Manejar La Salud Mental
Here are a few resources, credible information sources, and self-care tools for our mental health and wellbeing from Yolo County Health and Human Services.

Se presenta una lista de fuentes de información, confiables y herramientas de autocuidado para la salud mental.


Suicide PreventionSuicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County
Provides a 24-hour Yolo Suicide Prevention Hotline where you can get confidential, anonymous telephone counseling and referral information by trained crisis volunteers. It also has an ASK Teen Crisis Line, School Safety Tip Lines, and a Survivors of Suicide Support Group.

Davis: (530) 756-5000
Woodland: (530) 666-7778
West Sacramento: (916) 375-6565


CommuniCareCommuniCare Health Centers
All Counseling, Medication Assisted Treatment, and Substance Use Disorder Treatment services are still available, and CommuniCare is accepting new referrals. In order to support staff and patient safety, we have implemented telehealth options and those services continuing in our clinics will abide by all the recommended precautions intended to reduce exposure risk to COVID-19.  

Substance Use Treatment Services and ASAM Screenings 
Call or come in, Monday—Friday from 8:30-5:00 pm

  • Salud Clinic (West Sacramento) – (916) 403-2970
  • Hansen Family Health Center (Woodland) – (530) 405-2815
  • Navigation Center (Davis) – (530) 204-9467
  • 24/7 telephone screening (ASAM) is also available for Yolo County during non-office hours 1-888-965-6647


Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) 
Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, Naltrexone, and Vivitrol inductions are available.  We offer medication management, peer support, and overdose prevention with prescriptions for Narcan/Naloxone. Please call for consultation or services.

  • Hansen Behavioral Health (530) 405-2815
  • Salud Behavioral Health (916) 403-2970 for consultation.


Integrated Behavioral Health 
We are currently seeing new and existing CommuniCare Primary Care and Dental Patients for counseling services Monday – Friday, 8:00 am-5:30 pm with some evening hours available.  Services available for children, adolescents, and adults in English and Spanish.  Please call the clinic where you get your Primary Care or Dental Services.

  • Davis Community Clinic (530) 758-2060
  • Hansen Family Health Center (Woodland) (530) 405-2800
  • Salud Clinic (West Sacramento) (916) 403-2900


Youth and Family Services 
We continue to offer services and accept new referrals for individuals, family counseling, and parenting support services. Contact Allison Rodriguez for new referrals at allisonr@communicarehc.org or (530) 662-2211.


Stanford Sierra Youth and FamiliesStanford Sierra Youth & Families Community Based Family Services Program Has Openings!
Need counseling services for your youth or family?

Call (888) 965-6647 to make a referral, or contact our Community Based Family Services Program Director at (916) 344-0199.


UCDavisManaging Fears and Anxiety around Coronavirus for the UC Davis community
Mental health tips and resources for members of the UC Davis community from UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services. 


Muslim AmericanTele-counseling for Members of the Muslim Community
Tele-counseling through the Muslim American Society-Social Service Foundation in Sacramento is available in the following languages: Arabic (multiple dialects), Farsi-Dari, Pashto, Urdu-Hindi, Punjabi, Sindhi, French, English. The first session is free, and there are sliding fee options after that. 
Call (916) 486 – 8626 or email counseling@mas-ssf.org to talk to a peer counselor.


Free MH helpClarity Counseling: Free Online Self-help Mental Health Resources
Group or Individual Counseling Sign-Ups
Facebook


NATIONAL AND STATE HOTLINES 
& OTHER RESOURCES

Crisis Text LineCrisis Text Line
Text “HELLO” to 741-741 or via Facebook Messenger at facebook.com/crisistextline to be connected with a trained Crisis Counselor. Note: Crisis Text Line does not charge people who text in. If your cell phone plan is with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon, texts to Crisis Text Line (741-741) are free of charge. With other cell phone carriers, any standard text messaging rates apply.


CA Youth Crisis LineCalifornia Youth Crisis Line
Youth can always call or text the California Youth Crisis Line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: 1(800) 843-5200


National Parent HelplineNational Parent Helpline
Parents can receive emotional support from a trained Advocate.
Call 1(855) 427-2736 Monday-Friday 10am-7pm PST


Institute on AgingFriendship Line for Older Adults
Older adults can call the Institute on Aging’s 24-hour toll-free Friendship Line at 1-800-971-0016 to keep connected to others.


Trevor ProjectTrevor Project
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questions (LGBTQ) young people under 25.

Crisis Line:


Trans LifelineTrans Lifeline
Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive. Trans Lifeline’s Hotline is a peer-support service and is available to people in crisis or if you just need someone to talk to.
Call 1(877) 565-8860


Ca.govManage Stress for Health from California Surgeon General
The California Surgeon General has a simple guide with things you can do every day, at home, to help support your mental and physical health, utilizing six key strategies:
1) Supportive relationships
2) Exercise
3) Sleep
4) Nutrition
5) Mental health support
6) Mindfulness


Child Mind InstituteAnxiety Management from the MIND Institute
The MIND Institute has articles in both Spanish and English for parents. Topics include ways to support your young children and teenagers during this time, managing your child’s anxiety as well as your own anxiety and how mindfulness can help.


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YOLO RESOURCES


Yolo Healthy Aging AllianceYolo Resources for Seniors

Services and supports available to Yolo County aging adults, their families, and their caregivers.


Yolo Food BankYolo Food Bank resources for Yolo County residents-Delivery for Seniors
Yolo Food Bank is doing all that we can to continue serving the community, and we are still distributing food at most of our sites. Here is the link to our website's Find Food page: https://yolofoodbank.org/get-help/. Yolo Food Bank is now offering food box delivery to seniors, those with disabilities, and those with health conditions that increase the risk of coronavirus illness. To sign up for a box, call (530) 668-0690 or visit https://yolofoodbank.org/.


Food for seniorsLocal senior shopping services updates
See the bottom half of this website for great information about how grocery stores all over Yolo County are offering separate times for seniors and vulnerable populations to shop. At the bottom, there is also information about home delivery services.


Institute on AgingFriendship Line for older adults
Older adults can call the Institute on Aging’s 24-hour toll-free Friendship Line at 1-800-971-0016 to keep connected to others.


Yolo Healthy Aging AlliancePhone Friends for Seniors
Beginning the week of March 30, Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance (YHAA) will be accepting participants to receive calls and volunteers to make calls. YHAA will then match these “phone friends” for daily social check ins. Along with socializing, volunteers should also ensure that their senior friend has the food and medicine that they need.


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YOLO RESOURCES


Yolo Crisis NurseryYolo Crisis Nursery
The Yolo Crisis Nursery is a place of hope and help for families in Yolo County. Day and night, 365 days a year, we provide safe, temporary care for children up through age 5. We help parents manage emergencies, keep up with their jobs, learn a new job, get medical care, or just get a break. Our services are voluntary and free. We wrap our families with loving care and help them become stable and strong.
530-758-6680


Healthy Families Yolo CountyHealthy Families Yolo County (HFYC): Home visiting program for pregnant/new moms and their infant children
HFYC is continuing to enroll new families and provide one-on-one support. We are working with families to provide virtual support visits. Services take place on whichever platform the participant has access to and wants to utilize.
Contact: Marisol Andrade at 530-902-5983


YMCAYolo County YMCA Emergency Child Care Site
Yolo County YMCA is offering emergency child care during the school closures during the Coronvirus emergency. Please contact them for space availability.
1300 College Street
Woodland, CA 95695
530-662-1086
kguinan@ymcasuperiorcal.org 
Pricing for drop-in is $40 for full-day


Children's Home Society of CA

Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers and At-Risk Children/Families in Yolo County
Children’s Home Society of California is accepting applications for essential workers and at-risk children/families (including CPS, foster children, those experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, and children with IEPs). If you have questions, please contact Kristy Weber, Program Manager or Children’s Home Society of California at 530-665-4687 or KristyW@chs-ca.org.


WICBreastfeeding resources from WIC
The WIC Program is working to serve all our clients. WIC staff is conducting appointments by phone. We want to ensure that all clients receive their benefits. For breastfeeding help, they can call the Breastfeeding Warm Line at 1-800-663-8685 and leave a message. If you are interested in getting an extensive list of breastfeeding resources and links, please contact Lizeth Betancourt at lizeth.betancourt@yolocounty.org.


DJUSDResources for Families from Davis Joint Unified School District


Quality CountsVirtual Hangouts for Parents: Building Resiliency and Networks of Support while Sheltering in Place
Help your children, other family members, and YOURSELF stay mentally healthy during the COVID-19 Stay at Home Order. Learn about tools and resources to help you survive this very stressful time.

Sessions for families with children of all ages are April 13 (5pm) and April 21 (9am).
Sessions for families with teens are April 23 (7pm) and April 29 (5pm). No RSVP necessary.

ONLINE: HTTPS://US02WEB.ZOOM.US/J/122865348
PHONE: 1 (669) 900-6833 MEETING ID 122 865 348


ACTIVITIES

Yolo County LibraryVisit Yolo County Library online 24/7
Check out library resources and collections from home for free using your library card. Register for the Summer Reading Program (May 18-August 28) now!


CTC HMGVIRTUAL CLASSES FOR KIDS from Children’s Therapy Center/Help Me Grow Yolo County in English and Spanish
Free, virtual groups are now being offered by Children’s Therapy Center/Help Me Grow Yolo County (CTC/HMGYC) every day! Parents must register their children one time for each type of group...they will then be registered for all future sessions for that group. After registration, they will get an email with the link to the group. The link will be the same for that group every week. It is recommended that they download the free Zoom Cloud Meetings app before the start of the group. If you have questions, please email information@helpmegrowyolo.org or call 1-844-410-4769.

Links to group registration (must be completed once for each group type):


Yolo County LibraryYolo County Library Storytimes
Yolo County Library storytimes are happening on Facebook Live, Instagram Live, and Zoom several times per week


Yolo County LibraryCoronavirus / Shelter in Place Resources
The Yolo County Library has created a very comprehensive list of resources about: 
1) Food, housing, safety, and social services
2) Activities for adults and teens
3) Activities and resources for children and families 


OTHER RESOURCES


National Parent HelplineNational Parent Helpline
Parents can receive emotional support from a trained Advocate.
Call 1(855) 427-2736 Monday-Friday 10am-7pm PST


Ca.govNavigating Stress Management with Kids from California Surgeon General
Stress in kids may show up differently than stress in adults does. The stress relief playbook can help you understand what to look out for and what you can do to protect your family’s health. Included in this guide:
1) Keeping an eye out for stress in kids
2) Planning tools to reduce stress for kids
3) Strategies for stress reduction


California Child Care Resource and ReferralCoronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Families, Child Care Providers, and Businesses 
This list was put together by the California Child Care Resource and Referral Network.


California AfterSchool NetworkCalifornia AfterSchool Network Resource Lists
Resource lists (on the left side of the page) available on Equity, Caring for your Mental Health, Food Security, Resources for Parents/Caregivers, Resources for Educators & Staff, Going Virtual, and Policy and Legislation Updates.


Bruce Perry articleThe Pandemic Toolkit Parents Need: 8 Expert Tips to Help Families Stay Regulated
Dr. Bruce Perry, child psychologist and trauma expert, has a helpful guide for parents looking for answers. His research on handling stress and staying regulated can inform us as we’re faced with challenges ahead.  Self-regulation involves controlling our own behavior, emotions, and thoughts as we pursue long-term goals. This crucial skill is something parents can help develop in their children, especially during times of uncertainty and stress.


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NurturingNurturing Children During Times of Stress: A Guide to Help Children Bloom
As a parent or caregiver, there are ways you can help your child handle intense stress. This guide has nurturing tips and resources that can protect you and your child from the effects of intense stress. These ideas will also help you connect with your child.


StormsWeathering the Storms: A Guide to Healthy Expressions of Emotions for Parents and Children 

Emotions can be overwhelming, like a storm, but learning to express emotions in a healthier way can make these difficult times less stressful. This guide can help you and your child weather emotional storms.


self-careMake Time for Yourself: A Self-Care Guide for Busy Parents
This guide can help you find ways to take care of yourself and be less stressed. The self-care ideas are separated into those that only take about 5 minutes to do and those that you can do when you have more time. There are also activities you can do with your child.


Positive DisciplineHandling Your Child’s Challenging Behaviors at Every Age
This guide provides positive discipline tips and resources to handle challenging behaviors in babies, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children, and teenagers.


T, P, ConnectTalk+Play=Connect Toolkit for Families
Looking for ways to connect with your child? This guide provides talking tips and playing ideas for every stage: baby, toddler, preschooler, school-age, and teenager.


expand-collapseHow to Help

Yolo Food BankVolunteer with the Yolo County Food Bank
Deliver food to low-income seniors and vulnerable populations.


CA volunteersHow to Help Your Community Safely with COVID-19
Every Californian can safely help their community during these difficult times. Here are some ways you can make a difference.


Davis Community MealsDONATIONS NEEDED! Davis Community Meals (DCMH) continuing services to the community during COVID-19 emergency
Davis Community Meals is continuing to provide food, housing and services to many of the most vulnerable in our community as has been our mission since 1991. For more information about programs and needed donations: https://www.acesconnection.com...g-covid-19-emergency


VitalantBlood donors needed!
Please schedule your appointment to give blood at a Vitalant location nearby. Dr. Peter Marks from the Food and Drug Administration has stated: “We need people to start turning out in force to give blood.”  If you are healthy, please give blood. For questions, please call 1-877-25-VITAL or gowww.vitalant.org.


Empower YoloEmpower Yolo needs donations!
Empower Yolo relies almost entirely on donations to supply our shelters, main office, resource centers, and clients with basic necessities and emergency supplies. For a full list of needed essential items, please visitwww.empoweryolo.org. Donations can be dropped off at our Main Office and the Davis Resource Center during office hours.


Any ListAnyList app — a simple way to help neighbors who need shopping help
With AnyList app on their smartphone, each person creates lists of things they need, which can be categorized — a grocery list, a pharmacy list, etc. Then all the people who want to participate in the neighborhood group share the email addresses they use to sign in to the app, and one of the neighbors uses the emails to create a group for list sharing. Then when any member of the group goes shopping, they can open the app and see all the shared lists. As you procure an item for a neighbor, you can cross it off the list just by tapping it. AnyList app is available from Apple or Android app stores.


Yolo Healthy Aging AllianceBecome a Phone Friend for a Senior
Beginning the week of March 30, Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance (YHAA) will be accepting participants to receive calls and volunteers to make calls. YHAA will then match these “phone friends” for daily social check ins. Along with socializing, volunteers should also ensure that their senior friend has the food and medicine that they need.

 

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