COVID-19

Page updated on 6.26.20

SLO COUNTY:  Readyslo.org – current information on anything related to COVID-19.   805.543.2444 Live operators available from 8 am - 5 pm daily

ADDITIONAL RESOURCE PAGE:  ASMRC.ORG/CE – Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham has this resource page on his website with information regarding an array of resources.

SUPPORT OUR YOUTH:  jwbylf.org - Support our community's youth in agriculture by contributing to the James W. Brabeck Youth Legacy Fund.  

SUPPORT LOCAL - here is a link to our must! donors… if you can support small local businesses during this time, please do so.

Other Ways to Help:

  • Donate Blood
  • Foster an Animal from a local shelter
  • Adopt a Neighbor
  • Check in with those you know who might need an errand run or just a friendly hello
Support our community's youth by contributing to the ith a link to the website to learn more.

 

DO YOU NEED HELP OR KNOW OF PEOPLE WHO COULD USE HELP DURING THIS TIME:

Business Resource Information: Economic Vitality Corporation - SLO a great resource for companies & workers during this season.

Atascadero Loaves & Fishes - a local food pantry available to anyone who needs assistance.

Local School Districts are offering free lunch to any student - no questions asked.  See your local school district for more information

SLO County Food Bank - offering food distribution pickups visit their website for more details.

SLO County Hotline for help: 800.783.0607

SLO County Behavioral Health: 800.838.1381

 

HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

North County:

ECHO (El Camino Homeless Organization) - They are screening every resident daily (taking temperatures & looking for symptoms). They are sanitizing to keep everyone safe, above and beyond the recommended guidelines. In the event, a resident shows symptoms they have FEMA trailers on site for designated isolation. 

https://www.echoshelter.org/covid-19-critial-needs  or  volunteer sign up

 

South County:

  • SLO County Food Bank - Our team at the SLO Food Bank is closely monitoring developments with regards to the continuing spread of the COVID-19 virus. We value the health of our community and are following all recommended guidelines from the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention while continuing operations to provide food to community members in need. If you or someone you know needs food, please visit our website to get up-to-date information on scheduled distributions or call us at 805-238-4664. They are in need of healthy volunteers. click here.
  • Community Action Partners of SLO County visit website to apply to be a volunteer www.capslo.org.
     

OTHER COMMUNITY SOURCES FOR INFORMATION:  Below are a couple of links from some must! community members who have been compiling information in one location for others to access easily. With so much information floating out and about this is a great way to find things easily.

United Way:  If you need assistance navigating available resources, please call 2-1-1 or  (800)549-8989, or text your zip code to 898211, or click here.

Templeton Chamber of Commerce - COVID-19 Resources

http://www.wherethereoncewaswater.com/covid19

https://medium.com/@racorvese/covid-19-resources-for-adults-384f115e44db

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE:

At must! we are assessing how COVID-19 is affecting our community. We will be giving back with financial resources in very strategic ways in the upcoming months. We will need as many donors as possible to be a part of this collective community giving effort.  Join us by making a donation online here.
 
Please feel free to send any information, ideas, or questions our way to info@mustcharities.org
 
Stay Healthy. Stay Safe. Stay Home.