Community Resources

Just one day let to Register
This webinar will be offered to Spanish and English
Este seminario será en español y Ingles
Reach Out & Latino Health Collaborative invites you to join us for an important webinar
on April 30, 2020
12:00 PM PDT
 Know the FAQ's:
Minimize the risk of a Stroke during COVID
According to the CDC, someone has a stroke
in the United States every 40 seconds.
   Dr. H. Bryant Nguyen, MD
Specializing in Critical Care Medicine
Loma Linda University
Dr. Vincent Truong, MD
Director of the Comprehensive Stroke Center
Loma Linda University
will discuss the emerging risk factors and provide updates for receiving treatment during COVID-19 
   Get the facts and don't let fear keep you from seeking emergency medical attention
Please Register for:
"Minimize the risk of a Stroke during COVID"
After registering, you will receive an email
 confirmation with the webinar access link
For Spanish translation please call:
Para traducción al español por favor llame a:
Dial-in number:(978) 990-5180
Access code:3126620
Solo falta un día para registrarte
Minimice el riesgo de un derrame
cerebral durante COVID
El 30 de Abril de 2020
a las12:00 de medio dia
 Según los CDC, alguien sufre un derrame cerebral en los Estados Unidos cada 40 segundos.
    Dr. H. Bryant Nguyen, MD
se especializa en Medicina de Terapia Intensiva
Dr. Vincent Truong, MD Director
del Centro Integral de Accidentes Cerebrovasculares
del Hospital Universitario Loma Linda
Discutirá los posibles factores de riesgo de
tener un accidente cerebrovascular y actualizaciones para el tratamiento durante COVID-19
   para riesgos emergentes
   Obtenga información sobre cómo buscar atención médica durante COVID-19
   Obtenga información sobre los factores de riesgo de derrames cerebrales y busque atención médica durante COVID-19
 Se cree que el miedo a contraer COVID-19 mantiene a las personas alejadas de los hospitales,incluso en situaciones de emergencia.
 para conocer los hechos sobre los factores de riesgo y la comunidad puede minimizar su riesgo para COVID
Registrese Ahora!
Después de registrarse, recibirá un correo electrónico de
confirmación con información
Para traducción al español por favor llame a:
Dial-in number:(978) 990-5180
Access code:3126620
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Reach Out Main Office
1126 W. Foothill Blvd. Suite 250
Upland CA 91786
Board of Supervisors Expands Eviction Moratorium, Rent Freeze to Protect Additional Renters Across Los Angeles County
Most L.A. County Tenants Facing Financial Issues Cannot Be Evicted for Nonpayment; Temporary Rent Freeze Protection Now Covers Mobilehomes in Unincorporated Areas
LOS ANGELES – On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors issued an executive order which expands an existing temporary rent freeze and moratorium on evictions in parts of Los Angeles County in response to the coronavirus/COVID-19 health emergency.
The new order expands the temporary eviction moratorium to cover all residential and commercial tenants in Los Angeles County, except those who live or conduct business in cities that have already enacted their own eviction moratoria.
The moratorium includes a ban on evictions for:
  • Nonpayment of rent, if the tenant can show they have been financially impacted by the health emergency
  • No Fault reasons, such as owner/relative move-in or Ellis Act evictions
  • Violations due to additional occupants, pets or nuisance related to COVID-19
The expanded temporary rent freeze now prohibits owners of mobilehome parks in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County from increasing the space rent for their tenants during the moratorium period.
These actions, which are retroactive from March 4 to May 31, 2020, unless extended, are the latest in a series of protections the Board has enacted to protect renters in Los Angeles County, many of whom have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA), at the directive of the Board of Supervisors, will work to educate renters and property owners of these new rules.
“Renters in Los Angeles County have faced extraordinary financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 health emergency. Many tenants simply cannot pay their rent on time and desperately need the additional protections the Board of Supervisors have issued today in order to remain housed,” said Joseph M. Nicchitta, Director of DCBA. “Our department knows landlords are struggling, too. We are expanding our L.A. County Disaster Help Center services by providing foreclosure protection to assist mom-and-pop landlords in L.A. County.”
A partial list of today’s actions includes:
  • Renters will have 12 months after the moratorium ends to pay any back rent (Previously six months)
  • Landlords may not impose any new passthroughs or charge interest or late fees for unpaid rent during the moratorium period
  • Landlords may not attempt to collect interest and late fees incurred during the moratorium period after the Executive Order is terminated for renters covered by the Rent Stabilization Ordinance and the Mobilehome Rent Stabilization Ordinance
  • Payment plans that allow landlords to accept partial payments from tenants during the moratorium are encouraged
  • Tenants may provide self-certification of their inability to pay rent, and landlords must accept this as sufficient notice
  • Landlords may not harass or intimidate tenants who choose to exercise their protections under this moratorium
For more details about the Board’s recent actions and other landlord-tenant issues, please contact the L.A. County Disaster Help Center. Call (833) 238-4450; email; or visit
The Disaster Help Center also provides expanded foreclosure protection assistance for landlords with 15 or fewer units. If you are a property owner facing financial difficulty, contact the Help Center to learn about available resources for your situation.
Since 1976, the County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) has served consumers, businesses, and communities through education, advocacy, and complaint resolution. We work every day to educate consumers and small business owners about their rights and responsibilities, mediate disputes, investigate consumer fraud complaints, and enforce Los Angeles County’s minimum wage and rent stabilization ordinances. For more information, visit
Just Ask - March 2020 Mentoring Memo - These are challenging times for all of us. Both teachers and parents are (or soon will be) stumped as to how to make the best educational use of this unbelievable situation. Given that, I have taken some time to scour the Internet for a variety of resources that you can recommend to your protogees to use themselves or for them to let parents and caretakers know about them.
A group of Community Volunteers and Advocates
Food distribution- Sowing Seeds Info on the web:
Sowing Seeds For Life has partnered with the Fairplex in this unprecedented time. Due to the overwhelming requests for assistance, the Fairplex has opened its gates to allow for the Food Pantry to take place in the parking lot inside Gate 15.
This type of pantry will be a drive-thru. All patrons must stay in their vehicles. Have your trunk cleared an upon entry you will be asked to unlock your trunk and our volunteers will load your vehicles with food and supplies. Please bring your California I.D. Card.
Fairplex is located at 1101 W Mckinley Ave, Pomona, CA 91768
Gate 15 entrance off Arrow Hwy.
April 1st, April 15th, May 6th, May 20th, June 3rd.
Meal Service for all people under the age of 18 years old:

Please note during School closure there will be Meal Services Provided (Sack Breakfast & Lunch)

Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 9:30 am
Meals are being served in a drive -through style, children can do walk- up to get meals.  Only cold meals are being served. Meals must be refrigerated within 2 hours from pick up time. 

*Please be advised that the foods contained in this meal may contain the following allergens: Wheat, Soy, Eggs, Milk and Peanuts. This is not an all inclusive list of ingredients.*   Meals are to not be eaten on premises. Children must be present to receive meals.


School Sites to pick up food will be as follows:

Emerson Middle School 635 Lincoln Ave., Pomona, CA
Ganesha High School 1151 Fairplex Dr., Pomona, CA

Garey High School 321 W. Lexington Ave., Pomona, CA

Golden Springs Elementary 245 S. Ballena Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 
Palomares Academy 2211 N. Orange Grove Ave., Pomona, CA

Washington Elementary 975 E. Ninth St., Pomona, CA


At this time students and families are in need of the following items. 
Drop off donations at: 605 North Park Avenue, Pomona, CA.  MONDAY - FRIDAY, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm


List of items/supplies needed:

Hand soap, Men's & Women's deodorant, toilet paper, Kleenex, Baby Wipes, Clorox/Lysol Wipes, Shampoo, Bottled Water, Rice, Beans, Spaghetti & Spaghetti Sauce, Peanut Butter, Jelly/Jam, Bread, Canned Vegetables & Fruit, Granola Bars, and all Feminine Hygiene Products