SLO County Covid-19 Financial Relief Options (pdf)
Food Locator - Check out the new Food Locator below for locations and times of the SLO Food Bank’s Neighborhood Food Distributions, as well as pantries and meal sites from agency partners. (All pantry and meal sites are overseen by independent nonprofit organizations; please contact them directly for information regarding their services.)
Assemblyman Jordan Cunnigham's Facebook Page
Click here to find food pick-up locations, food delivery services and resource centers organized by community.
SLO Mental Health Hotline is a confidential mental health support, crisis and suicide prevention telephone line which also provides mental health resource information. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Free of charge. Make the call, any time: 800-783-0607
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. 1-800-273-8255
The Crisis Stabilization Unit is a 24-hour voluntary residential care facility that is in place for crisis intervention, assessment, evaluation, collateral, medication support services, therapy, peer support, etc. to avoid unnecessary hospitalization and incarceration while improving wellness for individuals with mental health disorders and their families. 1 (800) 838-1381
What's Open In SLO is a website with listings of restaurants and businesses still open in SLO County. Here's their page for Morro Bay.
If you know of a resource not listed, please email us.
COVID-19 Time Capsule - (pdf)
Get Audible Free for Kids. During this time of shelter-in-place it’s important and challenging to make sure your kids are able to learn and be entertained, despite school closures. To address this, Audible is currently offering its service for FREE to school age kids. Visit stories.audible.com to find hundreds of titles for kids 0-18.
School Closures and Special Education. Do you have questions about maintaining your child’s need for special education during school closures? Learn more here: https://u.org/2QNaow9,
Varsity Tutors is offering free online courses, tutoring, flashcards, test preparation, and assessments for grades K-12. In order to access resources, users need to create a login using an email address and phone number. Online courses are live, and tutoring is done via webinar, so access to speedy internet and streaming programs are necessary. Learn more: https://varsitytutors.com.
Khan Academy is a nonprofit that offers online learning courses ranging from K-12 topics to financial planning. They are offering free daily schedules for students ages 2-18, as well as free online learning modules. An account is not needed however some links do require downloading free Apps for Smart Phones. There are learning modules for a variety of topics including math, reading comprehension, computer science, biology and history. Students of all ages are encouraged to listen to educational Podcasts to supplement learning. Learn more: https://www.khanacademy.org/