Resident & Family Resources

Residents

New! COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act - As of September 1, tenants and landlords in Los Angeles who have fallen behind on payments during the pandemic may apply for the State's Housing Is Key emergency rental assistance program. California's $5.2 billion relief program, created when the legislature passed AB 832, can cover 100% of back rent, as well as three months of future payments and unpaid utility bills dating back to April 2020 for those eligible.

For landlords participating in the program, they will receive rent payments directly from the state as taxable income. For landlords not participating, the state will send the aid to tenants who must agree to pay back the landlords under penalty of fraud.

If you would like additional information, including eligibility and application help, call the CA Covid-19 Rent Relief Call Center at 833-430-2122. If you need assistance in another language, or to get help to see if you're eligible, help you fill out an application, or upload required paperwork, schedule an appointment with an organization near you by calling 833-687-0967.

City of Los Angeles - LA Mask Print Project -- The City of L.A. teamed up with Studio Number One to develop these posters for you to put up in your home or your shop window. They are free to use — all you need is a printer.

Temporary Moratorium on Evictions for Non Payment of Rent Due to COVID-19 Crisis -- The Los Angeles County Temporary Eviction Moratorium, effective March 4, 2020, through September 30, 2021*, unless repealed or extended by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, places a Countywide ban on evictions for residential and commercial* tenants, including mobilehome space renters. Under the County’s Moratorium, tenants may not be evicted for COVID-19 related nonpayment of rent, as well as no-fault reasons, nuisance, denying entry to a landlord, or unauthorized occupants or pets – if related to COVID-19.

Discounted Rides for Seniors and Mobility Challenged via ButterFLi -- Through a grant from LADOT, FASTLinkDTLA TMO and ButterFLi have partnered to provide discounted rides of $2 including a companion/caregiver rider

 

LAUSD & Learning

Student Health & Human Resources -- Children and adults watching the news, reading content on-line and in newspapers, and overhearing others talk about the current coronavirus pandemic, may feel scared, confused, or anxious. Some may react right away, while others may show signs that they are having a difficult time later. Every person can support wellness and healing by providing, teaching, and implementing resilience strategies

Los Angels Public Library -- Digital Library Card -- Live in Los Angeles but don’t have a library card? Good news...you can get immediate access to digital collections without first having to visit a Los Angeles Public Library location through an e-card

FREE Educational Resources for At-Home Learning -- FREE educational resources available on PBS and online

 

Health & Wellness

New! Get Vaccinated -- Find out if you're eligible or sign up to be notified when it's your turn.

11 Best Rehab Centers in California of 2021

Los Angles Domestic Violence Resources (English)

Los Angeles Domestic Violence Resources (Spanish)

Dignity Health's COVID-19 "Virtual Care Anywhere" Service -- Patients can receive a Virtual Care Anywhere visit if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, including low-grade fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Enter the coupon code: COVID19 upon registering.

Family Addiction -- This resource helps family members of those who may be struggling with substance abuse during this difficult time