Mendocino County COVID-19 Resources
Call Center: (707) 234-6052
The call center is open daily from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (overnight calls to dispatch)
Redwood Empire Food Bank
Food Finder in Mendocino County
Council on Aging
Pick up meals or register for home delivered meals, please call (707) 525-0143 x013
Senior Basket Program
Seniors qualify for our Senior Basket program, which offers a 35-40 lb. box of staple food items and a variety of fresh produce once a month. We have 83 distribution sites throughout our service region. To sign up, contact Food Connections (at (707) 523-7903 | firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn where you can pick up the monthly food box. You will be able to apply on site by providing your ID and self certifying your income.
Diabetes Wellness Program
Our Diabetes Wellness program supports low-income adults living with diabetes with healthy foods, nutrition education, and connections to community clinics. To enroll, you will need to fill out our Diabetes Wellness program enrollment form and your clinician will need to email it to us. After we receive your form our team will contact you in a couple weeks to find a site you can regular pick up the food box and groceries.
CPI Diaper Project
Fill out this form to apply for diapers and wipes from CPI.
Food Connections at the Redwood Empire Food Bank can help you with the CalFresh application process. Please call ahead at (707) 523-7903. Fill out the inquiry form and a staff member will contact you.
Apply for Cash Assistance, CalFresh and Medical programs! C4Yourself ® is an online application system that allows you to apply for benefits. This is a secured site and all your information will be private and safe.
Senior Resource Directory for Older Adults
For questions, contact Senior Information & Assistance at 707-468-5132 (or 1-800-510-2020 within Lake and Mendocino Counties) or email us at IASpecialist@hotmail.com.
Halter Evacuation/Pre-Evacuation Resources
Legal Services of Northern California
Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 in California
The Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc.
Statewide Directory of Services for Native American Families
California Indian tribal, health, legal, artistic, cultural, linguistic and media resources
California Indian Legal Services’ (CILS)
Free Legal Services and Client Eligibility:
Individuals: CILS can provide free legal services if the person qualifies as “low income” (is at or below the federal poverty level) and has a legal issue or question of federal Indian law. *For individuals in our Escondido office, there is no low-income requirement for assistance for Native American victim of domestic violence and stalking.
Tribes, Tribal Organizations, and Entities: CILS can provide free legal services if the tribe, tribal organization or entity qualifies as “low income.” The tribe, tribal organization or entity must demonstrate and certify that they do not have unrestricted funds to retain private legal counsel and that 51% of their members are at or below the poverty level. The tribe’s, tribal organization’s or entity’s legal issue must involve a question of federal Indian law.
Westwater Financial Inc.
Directory of Indigenious Mutual Aid Groups
Mendocino County Resource Guide
One Degree COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resource Guide Bay Area
MCHC Health Centers
City of Willits
County of Mendocino
Mendocino County Warm Line
Available for individuals needing non-crisis emotional support, Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm at 707-472-2311.
Legal Services of Northern California
West Business Development Center
Free Business Advice 707-964-7571
Hopland Band of Pomo Indians
P: (707) 472-2100
Workforce Alliance of the North Bay
North Coast Opportunities
Individuals and families can now apply for aid through North Coast Opportunities, Inc.’s COVID-19 crisis response program, People Helping People. NCO hopes this program will fill that gaps for those that: do not qualify for unemployment (for any reason, including immigration status); do not qualify for federal stimulus packages; may have been laid off and are not able to produce income; are experiencing food or housing crises as a direct result of COVID-19. Funds granted by The Community Foundation of Mendocino County’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The Community Foundation of Mendocino County
Indian Senior Center – 707-462-5595
Round Valley Indian Tribes Senior Center
We welcome you to come in for lunch.
Just be sure to call in the day before or that day by 9:00 am, so we can have count of how many lunches to prepare. 707-983-6126
Lunches are served at 11:30 AM, Monday Through Thursday. Breakfast is Served on Fridays at 10:30 AM. Meals are nutritious and healthy.
Round Valley Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing
Drive-thru testing will be available at the RVIT Housing Authority. Please call 707-983-6181 x117 to schedule your appointment.
Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency
Great Plates Delivered
PURPOSE: Delivery of prepared meals to homebound seniors and high-risk individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Age 60-64 at High Risk (Document exposure to COVID-19 or underlying health conditions)
Unable to prepare meals at home
Live alone or with 1 other eligible adult
Do not have a current support system
Do not currently receive meals from another federal program
TO CHECK ELIGIBILITY OR INQUIRE ABOUT THE PROGRAM CONTACT ADULT AND AGING SERVICES AT:
1-707-463-7900 -OR- 1-877-327-1799
Healthy Mendocino COVID-19 Resource Library
Arts Council of Mendocino County
Mendocino County Marketplace
A one-stop location to local businesses in operation. Now is the time. Buy local.
Food Stores in Mendocino County
Mendocino County Library Community Resources
Mendocino County Office of Education
Mendocino Coast Clinics
The Fort Bragg City Council
Landlord Assistance Fund Program
Assists local property owners impacted by a loss in revenue due to a tenant’s inability to pay rent, as a result of COVID-19. Eligible property owners can apply for up to $2,000 in a zero interest loan, to be paid back within 180 days of the Shelter-in-Place mandate being lifted. Funds are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
Fort Bragg To Go
USDA Meals for Kids
USDA National Hunger Hotline
1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE (for Spanish), Monday-Friday (7 a.m. – 10 p.m. ET).
COVID-19 Announcements Archive
Mendocino College Student Resources: http://libguides.mendocino.edu/c.php?g=1014986
As of 03/24- waiting on list of Food Banks open
POTTER VALLEY COMMUNITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Dear Potter Valley Families,
Today your student was given materials and curriculum to begin distance learning. Please stay tuned with further communication from the teachers regarding assignments. Teachers will be using phone calls and emails to communicate with you and your students about the work. We will continue to use this model of education up to Spring Break which starts on April 6th.
Our cafeteria will be open from 11:00 – 1:00 to hand out meals to students. The libraries will be open for students who need internet access. Please call the school office if your student needs to use the library.
Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to support you and your children in this difficult time. The school offices will be open from 8:00 – 4:00 this week.