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Resources for Seniors
Google Doc: Senior Resources in Solano County
Recursos Para Personas Mayores
Resources for Workers & Business Owners
State of California: Questions & Answers for Workers
Small Business Administration: Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources
Franchise Tax Board: Tax File & Pay Assistance (Extended to July 15, 2020)
Employment Development Department: Resources for Workers
Labor & Workforce Development Agency: COVID-19 Benefits for Workers Summary Chart
Workforce Development Board: Information & Resources for Workers in English & Spanish
Workforce Development Board: Workers Affected by the COVID-19 Layoff
Solano County Small Business Development Center: Resources for Small Businesses
Social Distancing Guidance for Essential Businesses and Agencies (English) (Spanish)
Local Food Access
For a list of distribution sites, please visit the following websites:
• Solano County Office of Education: School Meal Sites
• Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano: Find Food in My City
• The Food Bank is looking for volunteers!
To support Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano, click here to volunteer/donate
• Here's a list of grocery stores providing special shopping hours for seniors and at-risk individuals.
• Free meals for children 18 years and younger! (English) (Spanish)
Health Care & Public Assistance (Medi-Cal, CalWORKs, IHSS, CalFresh, Cash Aid)
• State of California: Questions & Answers about Health Care
• Department of Managed Health Care: Coverage Options for those without Health Care Coverage
• To apply for Medi-Cal, CalFresh and Cash Aid online, visit: MyBenefitsCalWIN.org
Or call Benefits Action Center at 707-553-5000
For more information visit the Solano County Employment & Eligibility Page
• Information for In Home Supportive Services (IHSS): Older & Disabled Adult Services Homepage
Resources for Families
• If you need childcare or have questions about childcare, call Solano Family & Children's Services at 707-863-3950
• All FRCs are accepting calls, emails and referrals from families, agencies, and other community partners except for the FSUSD Healthy Start FRCs. More information can be found on this
Family Resource Center Information Handout.
Resources Immigrant Communities
List of resources for immigrant communities (English) (Spanish)
Resources for Stress & Coping
• For tips and information from on managing stress during this difficult time visit the CDC Stress & Coping page
• To find more information and local resources visit Solano County Behavioral Health Page
Resources for Unsheltered Individuals and Agencies that Serve Unhoused Individuals
• Solano County Guidance For Responding To Covid-19 Among People Experiencing Unsheltered Homelessness
• Resource Connect Solano COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 Response Funding Opportunities
FEMA Public Assistance Program
• In accordance with section 502 of the Stafford Act, eligible emergency protective measures taken to respond to the COVID-19 emergency at the direction or guidance of public health officials’ may be reimbursed under Category B of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Public Assistance program. For more information, visit the CalOES website.
CAP Solano JPA 2020 California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH)
CAP Solano JPA is providing funding opportunities for homeless individuals that may be impacted by COVID-19. For more information, visit the website.
3-25-20 Coronavirus Relief Package
• Key elements of the package include sending checks directly to individuals and families, a major expansion of unemployment benefits, money for hard-hit hospitals and health care providers, financial assistance for small businesses and $500 billion in loans for distressed companies.
• Most individuals earning less than $75,000 can expect a one-time cash payment of $1,200. Married couples would each receive a check and families would get $500 per child. That means a family of four earning less than $150,000 can expect $3,400. The checks start to phase down after that and disappear completely for people making more than $99,000 and couples making more than $198,000.
3-18-20 Families First Coronavirus Aid Package
This aid package includes the following provisions for Americans such as free testing, paid sick leave, nutrition assistance and unemployment aid.
Get updated on the latest COVID-19 resources from the state: