Virtual Assistance Center
The Virtual Local Assistance Center is a one-stop-shop for residents of SLO County who have been impacted by COVID-19. Use the resources to get connected with government and other support services.
Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention and Rental Assistance
On August 31, the state passed COVID-19 tenant and landlord protection legislation. Under the legislation, no tenant can be evicted before February 1, 2021 as a result of rent owed due to a COVID-19 related hardship accrued between March 4 – August 31, 2020, if the tenant provides a declaration of hardship according to the legislation’s timelines. The legislation also extends anti-foreclosure protections in the Homeowner Bill of Rights to small landlords. Details
On September 23 Governor Newsom signed an executive order to extend authorization for local governments to halt evictions for commercial renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through March 31, 2021, and address a variety of issues in response to the pandemic. Details
SLO County staff has worked with the service providers that were awarded CDBG-CV funds, specifically, for rental assistance, eviction prevention and rapid re-housing. Call 805.584.1638 for details.
Temporary Housing for Essential Workers
Housing for the Harvest offers temporary housing to agriculture and food processing workers who need to isolate due to COVID-19 infection or exposure. Under this program, the state will pay for hotel rooms for agricultural workers who need to self-isolate.
Mental Health Care
The outbreak of infectious diseases such as the recent COVID-19 can be a stressful time for individuals and communities. It is not uncommon to feel anxious or worried while listening, reading or watching the news. It’s important during times like these to monitor your own physical and mental health, as well as safely stay connected to your community. Know the signs of stress and when and how to seek help for yourself, as well as loved ones.
State and County child care resources for essential workers.
Testing locations in SLO County
North County food and pantry services, free meal sites for kids and resources for homebound seniors.
Coronavirus Grants Designated for Farm Workers
Two philanthropic organizations have issued multiple grants to help UndocuSupport — the California Immigrant Resilience Fund and Community Foundation of San Luis Obispo County.
Two local nonprofit organizations, Center for Family Strengthening (CFS) and CAPSLO re designated to handle applications for grant funds and to distribute the grant monies they receive directly to eligible immigrant families countywide.
Downtown Safe Dining
The Downtown City Park is open for wining, dining and socializing - safely. Grab takeout, wine, beer and cocktails from Paso’s restaurants and reserve one of the many private farmhouse style tables in the park’s shaded dining section. There, you’ll be met by a concierge who will guide you to your own sanitized table. Private tables are available for reservation Thursday-Sunday beginning at 5:30pm through Labor Day. Reserve a table on Yelp
Aid for Undocumented Workers
Undocumented hospitality workers, landscapers, and farmworkers now have a network to turn to for support in dealing with the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Search for upcoming blood drive dates and locations and make a n appointment to donate.
Facebook group formed by community members in an effort to support neighbors who need help.
Connect to local news media resources.
One-stop resource for the people of California impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District
Connect to COVID-19 District updates and information including closures, distance learning resources, and meal sites.
The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce provides a listing of businesses and restaurants providing limited services.
Link to websites alerting the public about scams related to COVID-19. Includes information to help people avoid from becoming prey and options for reporting.
SLO Legal Assistance Foundation
Provides and promotes free legal-aid services, assistance in self-representation, and conflict resolution for low and moderate income individuals, including seniors and veterans. Services, provided by trained attorneys and paralegals, include direct legal representation, educating clients for self-representation, and facilitating conflict resolution. Provides FAQs regarding COVID-19 evictions.
Access utility and telecommunication assistance program information.