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Resources For Our Community During This Pandemic


Community Resources Providing Aid During COVID-19


You can call 2-1-1 anywhere in the United States to get connected to health and human services in your area 24/7. The program in Stanislaus County provided by United Way of Stanislaus County, is advising that it is experiencing a higher than normal call volume related to the coronavirus. If you have difficulty accessing 2-1-1 try calling 1-877-211-7826.

Unite Way of Stanislaus County

The Stanislaus Community Foundation and The United Way of Stanislaus County have partnered to support the community’s most at-risk population. The community foundation expedited a $100,000 grant for the Meals on Wheels program and the United Way of Stanislaus County created a local COVID-19 fund. To donate, go to www.uwaystan.org/COVID19or text COVID19UW to 41444.


Opportunity Stanislaus and Valley Sierra Small Business Development have created a one-stop website with information on what is available right now to Stanislaus and Tuolumne county businesses because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The site www.cabizrelief.org is live as a clearinghouse for news, services and more, which is all free of charge.

City of Modesto Manager Blog


City of Modesto Facebook Page


County Health Services Agency Updates


City of Stockton Information and Closures

stocktonca.gov/updates City Offices, Libraries and Community Centers Closed

How You Can Help Through United Way

United Way of San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County Public Health


San Joaquin County Courthouse


University of the Pacific


San Joaquin Delta College


Stockton Unified School District

District Closure-Breakfast & Lunch Pick Up Sites

San Joaquin County Office of Education

District Closure

Lincoln Unified School District

District Closure

Travel Industry Resources

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