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tele-PHP/IOP: Community-Sourced COVID-19 Resource List

If you are interested in La Cheim's tele-PHP/IOP, please see the virtual program page and then contact admissions.

The content in this document is for informational purposes only. Please be sure to fact check all of the resources listed. Also, please understand that the information in this document is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and does not constitute medical or other professional advice.


  1. Social Distancing Comes with Side Effects -- Here's How to Stay Connected


  1. CA Surgeon General

  2. World Health Organization

  3. CDC’s Resources for households: Plan, prepare, and respond to Coronavirus

  4. NAMI Resources on COVID-19



  1. Governor Newsom Issues Executive order to Protect Renters and Homeowners

  2. Financial and Basic Needs Resources

  3. Resources for People Facing Domestic Violence

  4. Food for Seniors and Vulnerable People

  5. Twitter thread of local/national food and housing resources

  6. COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources

  7. Food Pantry Locator

  8. California COVID-2019 Resources for Employers & Workers - includes a benefits summary chart, FAQs and more

  9. UHaul offering 30 days free storage

  10. What can tenants do if a landlord increases their rent above 10% during a State of Emergency?

  1. File a claim with the Attorney General of California's office. To learn more and file a claim, call here (800) 952-5225 or file online here.

  2. Use this Tenants Together sample letter if you received a notice of increase above 10% after the February 10th Declaration of a State of Emergency.


  1. Financial Solidarity - to give and receive: Covid-19 Financial Solidarity // Guidelines and FAQs: Covid-19 Financial Solidarity 

  2. Emergency funds for creatives, freelancers

  3. Bay Area Emergency Fund: Artists/Event Production

  4. COVID-19 Relief Resources

  5. Existing Campaigns & Mutual Aid Projects by Location

  6. Tips for Collective Care & Mutual Aid (incl. Disability Justice Focus)

  7. Queer Care Network’s Resources for Safe Mutual Aid

  8. Large (Inter)national Crowdsourced Mutual Aid & Advocacy Resources

  9. United Way Economic Relief Fund


  1. 275+ Enrichment Activities for Children While Parents are Working Remotely

  2. A guide from CK-12 on how to set up remote learning, plus a bunch of other tools

  3. BBC Learning: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/coursesearch/

  4. Scholastic Learn at Home: Free resources for school closures

  5. Resources for parents & caregivers - google doc

  6. Talking to Children About COVID-19

  7. Emergency Child and Youth Care for San Francisco-based hospital staff, employees of the Department of  Public Health, City employees who are activated disaster service workers, and low income families who are on the SF Recreation and Parks Department


  1. How to do a coronavirus prep door knock to care for your neighbors. Via sarah_at_play

  2. Flyers to Offer Services to Neighbors from Reed Hexamer

  3. How to Build a Neighborhood Pod  

  4. Autonomy and Collective Care Tools by The Comrade Closet 

  5. Communal Living and COVID-19: How to Prepare

  6. COVID-19 Financial Solidarity (Give)

  7. National Volunteer Phone Bank to support seniors isolated by COVID-19.  Sign up a loved one to receive daily, weekly, etc calls from a vetted volunteer.  


  1. Free online courses, audio books, ebooks, movies, coloring books, etc

  2.  Ivy League schools in the U.S. are offering 450 free courses

  3. Chino Hills High Chamber Choir “Somewhere over the rainbow” [spread hope]

  4. Adopt a senior dog while in isolation

  5. National Park Service to the waive entrance fees at all national parks that remain open

  6. Paris Opera will be putting shows from its archives online free of charge

  7. Virtual museum visits

  8. BroadwayHD

  9. The Metropolitan Opera

  10. Club Quarantine with DJ D-Nice

  11. Harvard University Classes

  12. NASA Resources

  13. Free Media: http://www.kanopy.com & http://www.hoopla.com

  14. ‘The Science of Well Being’: Yale’s most popular class ever available via Coursera

  15. Sierra Mountain Center Online Adventures


  1. Harm Reduction & Recovery Resources (Drugs & Alcohol)

  2. Spanish & English COVID-19 Guide for people who use drugs and harm reduction programs created by: Higher Ground Harm Reduction, Reynolds Health Strategies, Harm Reduction Coalition, and Vital Strategies.

  3. COVID-19 Harm Reduction Post

  4. Online/Telephone AA meetings: aa-intergroup.org/directory.php

  5. Download recovery speakers to listen to: 

    1. recoveryaudio.org/

    2. https://xa-speakers.org/

  6. Unity Recovery Virtual Meetings

  7. Buddhist Recovery Network Online/Phone Meetings

  8. LifeRing Online Meetings

  9. From Drug Policy Alliance:

    1. Harm Reduction Coalition: Guidance for People Who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction Programs

    2. Vital Strategies: Practicing Harm Reduction in the COVID-19 Outbreak

    3. The Justice Collaborative: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response and Resources

    4. Yale Program in Addiction Medicine, Global Health Justice Partnership, and Crackdown: Guidance for People Who Use Substances on COVID-19