Resources for Individuals
Community supports and resources have changed and evolved during the pandemic, so be sure to apply even if you’ve been turned down in the past.
Sick or Exposed?
If you're sick, get information on isolation procedures. If you've been exposed, get information on how to quarantine.
Get up to $250 per person, per month, in food assistance with CalFresh. Apply in less than 10 minutes, then receive an EBT card (which works like a debit card) that you can use at most food stores and farmers’ markets. (You can even make your CalFresh dollars go oven further by doubling them with MarketMatch at select farmers’ markets.)
Need food right now? Check SLO Food Bank’s food locator for food resources you can access today.
You can apply to get as little as 1 month, or up to 18 months, of rent and utilities through CA's Rent Relief program.
If a family has little or no cash and needs housing, food, utilities, clothing or medical care, they may be eligible to receive immediate short-term help in the form of cash aid through CalWORKs. Must have children in the household.
Help protect your health now and in the future with free or low-cost health insurance through Covered California.