Amazing Educational Resources has compiled a comprehensive list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings.
iFoster is currently offering technology access to foster youth ages 13-24, which includes: free, unlimited high-speed data hotspots, headsets, and laptops to assist in taking online classes. For additional information on the resources call or email iFoster at (855) 936-7837 or email@example.com
Los Angeles County Library has many digital resources you can access 24/7, no matter where you are. All you need is your library card number and PIN. Don't have a library card? Sign up for a digital library card online that will give you access to all of the library's digital offerings, including ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, television, homework help, online classes, and more.
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- If you are, or were previously, in foster care and need a laptop for remote learning, email
One Simple Wish at firstname.lastname@example.org
Owl Success Hub: Remote Learning Study Skills offers study tips for students transitioning from a traditional classroom learning environment to remote online education from home.
The State of California has announced that all health insurance plans are required to provide no-cost care to members seeking coronavirus testing, screening, or treatment.
- Because of COVID-19, you or someone you know may be newly eligible due to job loss and can apply for Medi-Cal online at
- For more information on how to keep your Medi-Cal during a pandemic visit
Health Consumer Alliance COVID-19.
- Maternal and Child Health Access will assist individuals who have Medi-Cal but are experiencing issues accessing it. Call (213) 749-4261 and receive a call back within 24-48 hours from a blocked number.
- Medi-Cal Eligibility information can be found on the
Department of Health Services COVID-19 Response page.
- Mexican Consulate Ventanilla de Salud information
can be found here.
- For those who may be worried about quarantining in a home where they do not feel safe, help is available from the
National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7/365 at @ndvh by chat or by calling their hotline at (800) 799-723.
- Take extra steps to protect yourself and each other by taking precautions advised by the cdc.gov and alert youth and other members of our community to watch out for coronavirus treatment scams. For information, review the
Federal Trade Commission's Coronavirus Scams.
- If you are or know of a foster youth that is staying at a college dorm room that is going to be closed, please contact Together We Rise -
email@example.com - and they will provide or help find housing.
- U-Haul is offering 30 days of free self-storage to help college students who are currently housing insecure.
- If you are a student affected by COVID-19 and in need of emergency relief, contact the Student Relief Fund.
California Virtual Campus/Online Education Initiative provides
several tutorials for students to have success in the online environment.
The California Community Colleges have developed a
series of videos addressing the real challenges experienced by online students, new and experienced, while pursuing success in online classes.
Check out the
Owl Success Hub: Remote Learning Study Skills which offers study tips for students transitioning from a traditional classroom learning environment to remote online education from home.
AT&T response to COVID-19.
Charter Communications will make its internet and WiFi services available for free for 60 days to households with college students who don’t already have internet through the company. WiFi hotspots will also be open for public use.
- Charter is offering
free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription. To enroll: (844) 488-8395.
- Comcast is offering the
Internet Essentials plan, which includes two free months of internet service that is normally available to qualified low-income households.