SHOP 55 Health & Wellness Resource Guide
EBAYC’s team at the SHOP 55 Wellness Center (Oakland High’s one-stop-shop for students to get first aid, counseling, mentoring and more) has created this valuable and comprehensive guide with resources to help you virtually access your essential needs and to take care of your whole self, ranging from wellness activities to accessing financial support to resources for undocumented Californians and more. The guide was created for Oakland High students but has information that anyone can benefit from.
Community Care During COVID-19
Check out this guide for information on COVID-19, stress coping techniques, and tips for keeping you and your family safe in English, Hmong, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Cambodian and Japanese. Our gratitude to AAPIs for Civic Empowerment Education Fund for compiling these valuable resources.
Financial Resources & Housing Support
If you own a small business and are struggling with the impact of COVID-19, you can apply for disaster loan assistance from the U.S. Small Business Association. Click here for more info.
The state of California has waived the one-week waiting period to access funds if you are unemployed or disabled as a result of COVD-19. Click here for more info to see the if you qualify and how to file your claim.
If you or a loved one are undocumented, check out these resources compiled by the California Youth Immigrant Justice Alliance. Click here for more information on financial resources available to DACA recipients during the COVID crisis.
The City of Oakland has imposed a moratorium on evictions and rent increases because of the impact of COVID-19. Learn more here.
Mental Health Resources
The stress and uncertainty of a public health emergency like COVID-19 can take a toll, and we gently remind each beloved member of our community to take care of yourselves as you also care for your families and loved ones.
Click here for tips on protecting your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak. This resource is also available in Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Click here for a guide from SAMHSA that provides parents, caregivers, and teachers with strategies for helping children manage their stress during an infectious disease outbreak. This resource is also available in Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Common Sense Media’s article provides helpful tips for you and your family to destress during coronavirus uncertainty.
Get updated info on coronavirus in Alameda County here or visit the CDC for updated info and FAQs.
EBAYC’s initial statement on COVID-19 is available in English, Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Our thanks to the San Antonio Family Resource Center (SAFRC) and the East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) for translating the above resources.