For more resources, visit http://211slo.org/ or call 211.
For feedback or to provide updates to the information on this page, please contact Riley.
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What is COVID-19? Watch this video from the World Health Organization to learn more
Local Public Health Resources
For statistics and a larger directory of resources, visit:
https://www.emergencyslo.org/en/covid19.aspx or call the Public Health information line at 805-788-2903.
For guidelines regarding the Shelter in Place Executive Order visit:
Local Government Resources
For updates regarding local public health info, visit:
For updates regarding local library services, visit:
Visit this page for a list of resources for employees and employers who have been affected by the outbreak. This includes resources for unemployment.
If you lost your job due to Covid-19, OnwardCA can help you find new opportunities.
Here is a flowchart for unemployment insurance from the National Employment Law Project and Family Values at Work, click to download in full resolution.
Ride-On is continuing to provide door-to-door transportation during this crisis. Call (805) 541-8747 M-F between 7:00 AM and 4:30 PM to schedule a ride or for more transportation options.
Visit http://www.ride-on.org/ for more information.
To find food distribution near you, visit https://www.slofoodbank.org/food-locator.
For information regarding school meals, read below. Click Here to open and download the document in PDF
The CDC is the official source for new information. Go to https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/ for updates.
211 has compiled some answers to common questions in this FAQ: http://www.211.org/services/covid19.
Use the calculator in this article to see how much you could receive from the Federal CARES Act: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/business/coronavirus-stimulus-check-calculator/
Local Business Information
Where to Donate
Donate to United Way of San Luis Obispo County's Community Impact Fund to support our relief efforts:
To support County agencies, donate to the SLO Community Foundation's Disaster Relief Fund:
To support nonprofits statewide, donate to United Ways of California:
To support nationwide relief, donate to United Way Worldide:
Find local volunteer opportunities: