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Latino Task Force
First 5 Has Economic Relief Funds
$500 to African American (AA) families living in SF, who have children under 5 years old, and who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Email for more!
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
discounts to residential and small business/non-profit customers who need help paying their utility bills.
SFPUC’s Floodwater Management Grant Assistance Program
OEWD webinars for workers and businesses
ask live questions! EDD and other partners can give you answers about unemployment insurance, health benefits, job center resources, info for union members, and more! On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 2:00-3:15pm.
Restaurant Revitalization Fund
The American Rescue Plan, signed into law by President Biden, established the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Financial Assistance Resources
Excelsior Legal Collaborative
* Excelsior Strong is offering a free legal clinic in partnership with the Excelsior Legal Collaborative, Legal Assistance to the Elderly, and Jubilee Legal Services.
* Friday morning and 4th Saturday morning appointments available in person or virtually.
* To make an appointment please mark legal services when filling out the LTF intake form.
COVID-19 RELIEF FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS IN CALIFORNIA
Beginning Monday, May 18, the State of California is providing one-time state-funded relief to undocumented immigrant workers who are ineligible for federal aid via the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) because of their immigration status.
Worker Information Hotline and Email
Call (415) 701-4817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Filing for unemployment asssitance
If you were laid off or had your work hours reduced due to COVID-19, you can file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim with the California Employment Development Division (EDD). Note: EDD has temporarily suspended the requirement to certify eligibility for weeks ending March 14, 2020 to May 9, 2020 and has temporarily suspended the 7-day waiting period and the work search requirement. You can reach EDD weekdays from 8 AM until noon at 800-300-5616. EDD has also launched a new call center that is staffed 7 days a week, from 8 AM until 8 PM at 833-978-2511
Office of Economic and Workforce Development Resource Line
Information about federal, state, and local resources for workers and employers in a clearly laid out website. For more questions. call the Worker Information Line at 415-701-4817 or Email email@example.com 7 days a week, 8am-6pm. Languages: 中文(简体) | English | TAGALOG | ESPAÑOL | РУССКИЙ | TIẾNG VIỆT
Employers hiring now
Connect job seekers with opportunities in growing industries, providing job training and job search assistance at job centers throughout the City.
Legal Aid at Work: FAQs
Frequently asked questions about Coronavirus and worker rights. The guide discusses how to file a claim for Unemployment Insurance benefits or disability, how to access paid sick leave, and what resources undocumented workers, independent contractors, and gig workers have access to. They discuss discrimination at work, reasonable accommodations for workers with a disability such as a compromised immune system, and much more. Languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese
Legal Aid for immigrant workers
Legal consultations for low-wage workers and regarding immigration issues, Can view website or call directly (415) 575-3500
Employment Development Dept. how-to navigate website
Women's Employment Rights Clinic
Workers seeking assistance must call and speak with a clinic student who will do a preliminary phone interview. We handle a variety of employment related matters including wage and hour violations, discrimination, harassment, pregnancy accommodation, family leave laws, and unemployment insurance. Our emphasis is on serving low income clients. There is no income limit. We do not handle worker's compensation claims. Hotline Staff Hours: Mon - Fri: 9 am - 5 pm; Phone: 415-442-6647 (you can also leave a message after hours)
Coronavirus Care Fund
Cash assistance to domestic workers
Cash assistance to restaurant, gig and hourly workers who lost their jobs
One Fair Wage Emergency Fund: Cash assistance to restaurant, gig and hourly workers who lost their jobs. Languages: English, Spanish
Restaurant Workers Community Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund:
Financial assistance to anyone working in restaurants, as well as nonprofits serving restaurant workers in crisis and zero-interest loans for restaurants
SFDPH Job Opportunities
UCSF Job Opportunity
Organizational Consultant, Workforce Development
Job Opportunities Throughout the Bay Area and Beyond
Associate Specialist - Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management
Professional Development Opportunities
The UCSF Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi)
Jamestown Community Center
-Prevention and Family Support Services Director
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