Resources for Southern California A&D by County

Counties Include:


Imperial

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Kern

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Los Angeles

  • LA Represents
    • LA Represents is an unprecedented legal assistance initiative to help thousands of Angelenos who are facing extreme hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. LA Represents consists of law firms, bar associations, and legal aid organizations who have agreed to expand their firms existing pro bono commitments to provide COVID-19-related legal services — including helping vulnerable tenants, domestic violence victims, and low-income Angelenos with employment, consumer debt and bankruptcy matters.
  • Los Angeles CARES Corp
    • L.A. CARES Corps is a partnership between the City and County of LA to provide small businesses with the help they need to apply for federal loans under the CARES Act.
  • Resilience Toolkit For Los Angeles Businesses
    • The newly established Small Business Emergency Microloan Program now provides financing needed to strengthen small business enterprises in this time of acute need. Businesses that meet the criteria below may apply online for a City of LA Small Business Emergency Microloan that provides loans from $5,000 to $20,000.
  • LA County Disaster Help Center
    • CBA has partnered with the Department of Workforce, Development, Aging, and Community Services, and other County and State agencies to bring you the L.A. County Disaster Help Center. The center has resources for businesses as well as employees to help during the COVID-19 emergency. Counselors are available Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to help business owners navigate emergency loan applications and help individuals that were recently laid off due to this emergency. Phone: (833) 238-4450 | Email: disasterhelpcenter@lacounty.gov
  • LAEDC: Coronavirus Response Page
  • Santa Clarita Valley Coronavirus Info Page
  • LA Area Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Response & Resource Guide
    • Sending out daily Covid updates in addition to hosting webinars every Tues and Friday with resources business can tap into
  • County of Los Angeles Public Health Coronavirus Page
  • Recently, the LA City Council put into place renter protections that prohibit landlords from evicting tenants who are unable to pay their rent due to the COVID-19 health emergency.  If a tenant is unable to pay rent due to financial impacts related to COVID-19, the landlord must be notified before rent is due or within 7 days after the rent due date. To assist Angelenos, the City’s Housing + Community Investment Department  has developed a form for tenants to use to inform their landlords of any payment delay. For more information on renters’ protections during the local emergency, contact HCIDLA at (866) 557‐RENT or visit hcidla.lacity.org
  • In partnership with the City of Los Angeles and LA County, free testing is now available to ANY LA County resident, with or without COVID-19 symptoms. To learn more about eligibility or to set up an appointment visit: Coronavirus.LACITY.org/Testing
  • LISC Small Business Relief Grant -Round 5 will open July 17th. Click on the link to register to be notified for updates.
    • Grants will be made in amounts ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 to help businesses facing immediate financial pressure because of Covid-19.
  • The City of Los Angeles is partnering with L.A. County’s Department of Consumer and Business Affairs and its Bank On Los Angeles County initiative led by the Center for Financial Empowerment to connect you to resources to open a safe and affordable bank account.  Learn more here.

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Orange

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Riverside

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San Bernardino

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San Diego

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San Luis Obispo 

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Santa Barbara

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Ventura

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