• COVID-19 Personal Assistance 

  • Local Resources

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    Clinica Sierra Vista (Frazier Mountain Health Center)

    704 Lebec Road in Lebec

    The clinic remains open to continue to provide healthcare and social services. 

    A hotline has been set up for the public to call before showing up for COVID-19 testing.  The number is (833) 534-0073, from 8 am to 5 pm.

     

    Senior Sack Food Distribution Program

    Second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 10 am

    Frazier Mountain Park Community Building - 3801 Park Drive in Frazier Park.  Stay in your car in the parking lot.  Volunteers will allow in two cars at a time.  Volunteers will bring bags to the car and do the paperwork.

    Contact: 661-245-3409

     

    Salvation Army Commodities Distribution Program

    First Wednesday of each month at 11 am

    Frazier Mountain Park Community Building - 3801 Park Drive in Frazier Park

    Contact: 661-245-3995

     

    Mountain Communities Family Resource Center

    Emergency food pantry, hygiene and baby supplies - once per month per client

    3015 Mt. Pinos Way, Suite 201 in Frazier Park

    Call for an appointment: 661-245-4303

     

    Southern California Edison has suspended disconnections and is offering assistance paying your electric bill.  Learn more.

     

    Southern California Gas Company has suspended disconnections and is offering assistance paying your gas bill.  Learn more.

     

    Updates from Chamber Members on Operating Hours, Delivery, etc. (click link)

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    County Resources (Kern, Los Angeles, Ventura)

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    Kern Transit is making changes to its routes (as of March 26).  Learn more.

    • Route 130 (Bakersfield-Frazier Park-Santa Clarita) - service will be reduced from 7 to 4 round trips per day Monday through Friday.  Weekend service will not change. 
    • Route 210 (Tejon Outlets-Lebec-Frazier Park-Pine Mountain Club) - all trips will be suspended.  Instead, the Dial-a-Ride area has been extended to include all stops on Route 210.  

     

    Ventura Community Foundation has established a COVID-19 Relief Fund.  Individuals and families throughout Ventura County are invited to apply, and funding will be available through the Southeast Ventura County YMCA.  Emotional wellness and mental health support will be available via a secure web platform in both English and Spanish.  Learn more.

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    State Resources

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    The Employment Development Department has online benefit services.  You can file for unemployment insurance online.  Learn more.

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    Federal and National Resources

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    Funding Programs & Relief

     

    Another Round, Another Rally Fund is offering $500 relief grants for hospitality workers who lost their jobs or had their hours cut as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.  Learn more.

     

    CORE Gives is providing support to food and beverage service employees with children, who have been medically diagnosed with COVID-19.  Food and beverage workers with children are also eligible for support if a family member who resides in the same house has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and a doctor requires you to quarantine.  Regular applications for support will also be accepted.  Learn more.

     

    FreddieMac is taking action for homeowners with Freddie Mac-owned mortgages.  This includes various relief options such as mortgage forbearance, and halting foreclosure sales and evictions.  Learn more.

     

    OFW Emergency Fund is raising funds to provide cash assistance to restaurant workers, delivery drivers and other tipped workers and service workers who have lowered income or aren't able to work due to quarantines.  They are taking intake forms from workers while funds are being raised.  Learn more.

     

    USBG National Charity Foundation, a Foundation dedicated to advancing the lifelong stability and wellbeing of service industry professionals is accepting applications for Bartender Emergency Assistance grants.  Learn more.