Coronavirus Community Resources




Referrals to LOCAL health or social services (ex. food pantries, meal pick-ups for students and seniors, employment, transportation, mental health care, local etc.).

 CALL: 211 or 1-800-339-9597
 (English and Spanish)

TEXT: Text your zip code to 898-211 ENGLISH: SPANISH:


Offers compassionate assistance and support 24/7 for everyone in their fight against cancer. Services are provided via our 1-800 helpline or online via live chat in English and Spanish.

CALL: 800-227-2345


If you need Health and Counseling services, please call Clinicas del Camino Real.

CALL: (805) 659-1740 During day
             (866) 885-7900 After Hours


Bilingual list of local and online resources to support the community during coronavirus. Includes basic needs, employment, support for seniors, mental health, and more.

CALL: (805) 654-5000



Pop-up Pantries for low-income families residing in the city of that distribution. An ID or proof of residence is required upon arrival. Drive-thru only and ONE box per household on a first come, first served basis.

CALL: (805) 983-7100


Youth Rescue Staff are available day and evening to work with runaway, homeless, couch surfing youth or youth who are at risk for running away or homelessness.

CALL: 805-469-5882 homeless-services


Continuing to offer its clinical and support services remotely to foster and kinship families in addition to resource families.

CALL: (805) 643-1446

:Pandemic EBT 

For students who qualify for free or reduced price school meals. Apply by June 30, 2020 and get up to $365 per child to spend on groceries.



Local updates on COVID-19 status and resources, including tips on coping with stress.

CALL: (805) 465-6650

TEXT: Text SIGNS to 741741

Ventura County
Family Justice Center


Support for people impacted by family violence and trauma.

CALL: (805) 652-7655

Ventura County Office of Education

Latest information on distance learning, school meals and plans for reopening campuses.

CALL: (805) 383-1900


The California Parent and Youth Helpline provides support and resource referrals to parent and youth during the current COVID-19 pandemic, 7-days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Call or text 1-855-4APARENT (855-427-2736) for services in English, Spanish and other languages.

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Kari Skidmore,


20030 East Telegraph Road

Santa Paula, CA  93060

Santa Clara ESD


20030 East Telegraph Road

Santa Paula,CA 93060


FAX: 805-525-4985




(805) 525-4573


20030 East Telegraph Road

Santa Paula, CA 93060

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