Shelter-in-Place Resources for Families
- Employment opportunities
- CUHSD School Lunch Program for 2021-22
- Second Harvest and food pantries
- Job loss and rental nonpayment assistance
- Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program at Sacred Heart Community Service
- Immigrant and undocumented family resources
- Mental Health and other community resources provided by CUHSD
www.amazondelivers.jobs/ or Text AMAZON to 77088
|Hospitals (various)||Hiring nurses on-the-spot (based on location and availability)|
|Whole Foods Market||www.careers.wholefoodsmarket.com/global/en|
Several companies are hiring right now for jobs that can start ASAP. Read more in the article at:
|CUHSD SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM FOR 2021/22*|
- The USDA has extended meals at no cost to all CUHSD students.
- Meal applications will not be collected for the school year of 21/22.
- A student ID card is required to receive a meal.
Meals, food and beverages sold or served at school meet the state and federal requirements, which are based on the USDA dietary guidelines. For updated dietary guidelines as posted by the USDA, please visit: www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/dietary-guidelines.
For questions, contact the Food Services Department at (408) 558-3038.
- The cafeteria employs students to work during break and lunchtime. Students interested in job opportunities can apply online at studentworker.cuhsd.org.
- We are also looking to hire and train adult candidates (non-students) to work 3.5 hour shifts during the school day. Please visit our website at food.CUHSD.org to access the online application.
|SECOND HARVEST, FOOD PANTRIES & ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR FREE/REDUCED LUNCH STUDENTS|
- Grocery Distribution Centers
Food Connection Hotline: 1-800-984-3663Text: GETFOOD to 408-455-5181Email: email@example.com
- Prepared Meal Locations
Due to coronavirus (COVID 19), children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits help families in California buy food when school is closed. Please note this is subject to change and updates may be posted at: capandemic-ebt.org/.
- Sacred Heart Community Services - provides prepackaged food boxes
- Second Harvest of Silicon Valley - provides health food items
- Meals on Wheels - provides delivery of meals to seniors aged 60+
- CalFresh - provides financial assistance for food purchases
- Santa Clara County Office of Education - provides free meals to anyone 18 and under (children do not need to be present)
- Feel free to download the above flyers at the bottom of this webpage in English, Spanish, Mandarin and Tagalog.
|JOB LOSS & RENTAL NONPAYMENT ASSISTANCE|
- To apply for unemployment benefits, visit: www.edd.ca.gov/Unemployment/File_an_Unemployment_Insurance_Claim.htm
- To register for job searches, visit: www.caljobs.ca.gov/vosnet/Default.aspx
Read the March 20th, 2020 article and view the video at:
- Learn more at: https://www.sanjoseca.gov/your-government/departments-offices/housing/eviction-moratorium
- Download an information flyer (below) or at: https://www.sanjoseca.gov/home/showdocument?id=55552
- Financial Assistance for Low-Income Residents Impacted by COVID-19
- Learn more at: https://sacredheartcs.org/covid19/
|LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AT SACRED HEART COMMUNITY SERVICE*|
|IMMIGRANT/UNDOCUMENTED FAMILY RESOURCES|
|ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY & MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES|
PIQE is a national organization with evidence-based programs that engage, empower and transform parents to actively engage in their children’s education and strengthen parent-school collaboration. PIQE provides empowering information, skills development and support systems for low-income families, communities of color, English Language Learner and immigrant families. (Source: www.piqe.org/about/.)
- Internet service support
- Support for Immigrants
- Free online education resources for families
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