In keeping with Mayor Garcetti’s directive issued today, entitled “COVID-19 City Guidelines,” all Neighborhood Council (NC) Board, Committee, Alliance, and Liaison meetings, as well as all other NC-related events – are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020.
Helpful resources to help you get information on the Coronavirus:
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Guidance for Employers
- Informational Graphic English
- Informational Graphic Spanish
- Informational Graphic Traditional Chinese
NC contact information:
Immigrants – How to get a Vaccination
$1.3 Billion Coming to Los Angeles
$1.3 billion in federal relief money is coming to LA.
This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to right LA’s historic neglect of South LA in the midst of a pandemic hitting us the hardest.
And this opportunity is unfolding quickly as we expect the Mayor to imminently issue a proposal for how he would like to spend the funds.
The Make LA Whole plan needs to guide how the money is spent. Introduced last month, it calls for a radical recovery and for our elected officials to walk the walk of all the talk since last summer.
Tune in Live to press conference via Facebook Wednesday, April 14 at 9:00 a.m., or attend live outside of City Hall.
Within that, Community Coalition is calling for specific investments in Family Care for All, a Racial Justice Equity Fund for Women, Housing Security, Year-Round Youth Employment & Leadership Opportunities, Guaranteed Basic Income, and a Community Driven Safety Fund.
Querido miembro de CoCo,
$1.3 mil millones en fondos de ayuda federal vienen a Los Ángeles.
En otras palabras, es algo que ocurre una vez por generación para corregir la histórica negligencia de Los Ángeles hacia el sur de Los Ángeles en medio de una pandemia que nos afecta más.
Y esta oportunidad se está desarrollando rápidamente mientras esperamos que el alcalde emita una propuesta sobre cómo le gustaría usar los fondos.
El plan Make LA Whole-Completando a Los Ángeles (mire abajo) debe guiar cómo se gastará el dinero. Presentado el mes pasado, exige una recuperación radical y que nuestros funcionarios públicos cumplan con su palabra y todo lo que han proclamado desde el verano pasado.
Ojala, pueda sintonizar en vivo en nuestro Facebook para nuestra conferencia de prensa fuera del ayuntamiento mañana por la mañana (miércoles 14 de abril) a las 9 am.
FIN AL ALQUILER
COMPLETANDO A LOS ÁNGELES
UNA RECUPERACIÓN RADICAL PARA TODOS LOS ANGELINOS
Exigimos que la ciudad de Los Ángeles haga una inversión de 1 mil millones de dólares en los próximos dos años para familias pobres y de clase trabajadora más afectadas por COVID, y que desarrolle una fórmula que por lo menos de 80% de los recursos a las comunidades más severamente afectadas por COVID.
Dentro de eso, estamos pidiendo inversiones específicas en Family Care for All (cuidado familiar para todos), un Fondo de equidad de justicia racial para mujeres, Seguridad de vivienda, Oportunidades de liderazgo y empleo para jóvenes durante todo el año, Ingreso básico garantizado, y un Fondo de Seguridad determinado por la comunidad.
COVID-19 Funeral Assistance
The Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Funeral Reimbursement Program will launch in April – read details here.
FEMA is reimbursing up to $7,000.00 for funerals, as a result of deaths from COVID-19 from January 20, 2020 to December 31, 2020. Family member(s) who paid for a funeral, and have documentation can apply for the COVID-19 Funeral Assistance.
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County of Los Angeles Public Health – COVID19 Vaccine Updates
Los Angeles County residents who are 65 years old and older can now register for COVID-19 vaccination appointments.
Residents in this high-priority age group should visit VaccinateLACounty.com to schedule their appointments, which begin Wednesday, January 20th. Residents who don’t have computer access may call (833) 540-0473 between 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. for assistance with reservations.
An Evening Conversation Special Edition: COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall
Friday, January 29, 2021 – 6:00 PM (PST)
This month An Evening Conversation will present an informational Town Hall on the COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community.
Moderated by Millena Gay
Chairperson of the Robey Creative Content Committee and
Robey Special Events Producer
You may submit any question by email to email@example.com or by using the Zoom Chat feature. Let’s talk about it!!
You must be registered to attend. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Dr. Roshonda Clemons, M.D.
is a board certified pediatrician, with twenty years experience practicing medicine. She has a BS in Chemistry and Mathematics from Spelman College, followed by a MD from medical school at Morehouse School of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. After residency she completed a fellowship in multicultural health. She has appeared on the “The Oprah Winfrey show”, “Its a Miracle”, interviews with Dr. Drew and ABC evening news.
She will present “her” view and hesitation on the vaccine as a physician who must give vaccines routinely to children.
Dr. Katherine Conte, Ph.D.
Has a PhD in Genomics and Evolution. She previously worked in the Biotechnology industry and is currently the Director of STEM Partnerships and Outreach at American University.
This fall she volunteered to be part of the Moderna Vaccine trials and has received the vaccine.
Dr. Matthew Conte, Ph.D.
is a Principal Investigator, Viral Genetics and Emerging Diseases for the Viral Diseases Branch at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. He has a PhD in Biological Sciences.
He works on monitoring virus outbreaks and he plans to receive the vaccine as soon as it is available to him.
Crystal Antoinette Graham
holds a Masters of Science in Library Science.
She is a patient advocate, and will be speaking on the importance of checking sources for validity.
Dr. Curtrina Strozier, M.D.
Obstetrician/Gynecologist at St. Francis OBGYN Physician Partners. A firm believer in active patient involvement.
She received the Covid-19 vaccine and knows the day to day experience and struggles of her patients (moms and babies) in a pandemic society.
This event is free to the public however a donation of $10 to support The Robey Theatre Company programs, is appreciated.
LADWP CARES Utility Grant Assistance Program
LADWP and the City of Los Angeles are here to help LA City residents who may be experiencing income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Low-income residents may be eligible to receive a one-time $500 check in the mail to help pay bills such as gas, cellular phone, wi-fi, internet, and cable television services.
DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 22
Webinar: Staying Healthy Mentally and Physically During and Beyond the Health Crisis
Sponsored by West Adams Neighborhood Council
Saturday, November 14, 2020
10 AM – Noon
2020 USC GOOD NEIGHBORS COVID-19 GRANT
Good Neighbors has been a cornerstone of USC’s community engagement for over 25 years. Now, more than ever, our neighborhood nonprofits and schools are on the front line providing essential human services during this crisis while also experiencing significant financial challenges. We are pleased to announce the Good Neighbors grant application is being re-opened and will provide $1.3 million in critical Covid-19 non-profit support funding to serve our most vulnerable neighbors.
Grant application deadline is Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (PST).
Click HERE to access the online grant application.
Zoom information session will be held on Tuesday, April 21 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (PST).
Please click here to register for the information session.
About the USC Good Neighbors Grant Program
The mission of USC Good Neighbors is to support collaborative efforts that serve the neighborhoods surrounding the University Park and Health Sciences campuses. Proposed grant programs must meet one or more university-community funding priorities:
- Food access
- Mental health
- Public safety
- Services for unhoused individuals
- Small business development
- Workforce training
LA Urban League: WEBINAR COLLEGE & COVID 4/22
COLLEGE & COVID: WHAT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS NEED TO KNOW NOW
Wednesday, April 22
6:00 – 7:30 PM
To Register (Click Here)
Talk to admissions experts from USC and learn how to get into the college of your choice in the year of COVID-19.
TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:
- College Admissions
- Financial Aid
- Decision Timelines
- Admissions Testing
- Student Life
TIME-SENSITIVE: U.S. CHAMBER’S SAVE SMALL BUSINESS FUND
TIME-SENSITIVE: U.S. CHAMBER’S SAVE SMALL BUSINESS FUND OPENS MONDAY AT 12:00 P.M. PT
The Save Small Business Fund, a grantmaking initiative by the US Chamber Foundation and funded by contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, is providing $5,000 in short-term relief to employers across the United States. These one-time supplemental cash grants of $5,000 will be awarded weekly, but you need only apply once. All you need to apply is your W-9.
- Businesses must have between three and 20 employees
- Operate in an economically vulnerable community (bottom 80% of zip codes in the country).
- Have been harmed financially by the COVID-19 pandemic
The grant application will go live on Monday, April 20 at 12:00 PM PT / I:00 PM MT / 9:00 AM Hawaii. To learn more about the Save Small Business Fund and to apply for a grant, visit www.savesmallbusiness.com.
EMERGENCY SENIOR MEALS RESPONSE
Through a partnership with Everytable and Access Services, we will be providing additional healthy, made-from-scratch meals to the low-income seniors who need them. We will deliver twice as many meals a week to each senior we serve and to more than double the number of seniors that we are helping during this crisis.
The only #requirements to participate in this program is to be (1) a person of 60 years or older and (2) live in the City of Los Angeles. For seniors interested in participating, please call 213-263-5226, starting today between 9-5 pm.
OR register online: – Click Here
We have thousands of meals ready to be delivered to you or them.
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced – Emergency Senior Meals Response Program
As a City, in the midst of an unparalleled emergency, we collectively recognize the urgent needs of our most vulnerable neighbors. Yesterday, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the Emergency Senior Meals Response program for those 60 and older. The Mayor’s meal service launched TODAY in partnership with EveryTable and AccessServices, which will deliver healthy meals citywide directly to the homes of our seniors.
COVID-19 DATA: Daily data summary
- Daily Highlights
- Daily Data
○ Comparative Information
○ Hotline Information
- Compliance Monitoring: Are People Staying Home
- Los Angeles Timeline of Actions
Update: COVID-19 Testing Information
For more information, please visit – https://lacovidprod.service-now.com/rrs
In keeping with Mayor Garcetti’s directive issued, entitled COVID-19 City Guidelines, all Neighborhood Council (NC) Board, Committee, Alliance, and Liaison meetings, as well as all other NC-related events – are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020.
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