Systemwide resources for California Community College students:
If you’re undocumented or do not have insurance, you can still get needed COVID-19 testing and treatment at no cost. Medi-Cal care for COVID-19 testing or treatment does not count under the public charge rule.
Immigrants Rising is committed to serving undocumented communities during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They have put together a list of resources to help undocumented immigrants navigate the crisis. Click on the link below.
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)
CIYJA is a statewide immigrant youth-led alliance that focuses on placing immigrant youth in advocacy and policy delegations in order to ensure pro-immigrant policies go beyond legalization, and shed light on how the criminalization of immigrants varies based on identity. They have a list of resources including information on emergency Medi-Cal and eviction information. Click on the link below.
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO)
At a time when members of our undocumented communities are grappling with fear and uncertainty, the California Community Colleges has launched a number of initiatives to reassure everyone that our campuses will remain safe, welcoming places for people from all backgrounds to learn. Click below to access information on COVID-19 testing, paid sick-leave, relief funds and other resources.
Los Angeles COVID 19 Eviction Protections Tracker English/Spanish
SAJE is a non-profit organization in South Los Angeles focusing on tenant rights, healthy housing, and equitable development. Click on the link below to access SAJE’s tracker of Los Angeles County emergency measures protecting tenants from eviction during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Campaign for College Opportunity
The Campaign for College Opportunity provides an interactive map to find information about campus centers for undocumented students, support programs, website addresses with relevant information, and contact information of undocumented allies/liaisons. This information is critical to improve access and success for undocumented students in higher education.