Reentry June 2018
May 6, 2020
Dear Reentry Community and Community Stakeholders ,
For the past several weeks, the Reentry Division of Adult Probation Department has continued to share with you all a collection of resources that have been gathered by our team to support members of the justice-involved and justice impacted community. Below is the most updated information on COVID-19 Testing, Undocumented Community Members Funding, Food, Employment, Transportation AND Child Support Payments. I want to stress to you all that it is important and imperative that you all share this information far and wide to anyone and everyone. It is all of our duty to ensure that all San Franciscans knows what services are available for them and how to access these services during these uncertain times.
COVID-19 TESTING As of May 4, 2020, the City and County of San Francisco has expanded its testing capacity:
Any essential or frontline worker can get testing REGARDLESS of systems or exposure. This means that ANYONE who has to leave their house to go to work in San Francisco now qualifies for testing. Additionally, any adult that has one symptom OR has been exposed to a person with COVID-19 can get tested. Schedule test here:
Attached are neighborhood clinic offering test: TestingFlyer_AllSites
Please also note for Non-English speaker can call 311 for assistance on COVID Testing.
UNDOCUMENTED COMMUNITY MEMBERS FUNDING
UndocuFund San Francisco was founded in March 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was launched by a coalition of immigrant worker and community organizations to provide direct assistance to undocumented workers and families impacted by the public health emergency and the shelter-in-place order. The fund seeks to support undocumented children, families, and communities affected by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic who live, work or recently lost work in San Francisco City and County due to COVID-19.
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT (13- 25)
This is the first stop for employers and partners to come and learn about how to get involved with OFA, including expectations, and what we plan to offer this summer. This is the application for Fellows ages 18-25, to oversee the interns.
- OFA Fellow Application
This is the application for interns ages 13-24. This link will also bring them to the OFA site, where they can access more information.
Let me know if you have any questions or need anything else.
ADULT HIRING FOR COVID-19
Goodwill employment Opportunities in May , Please See Attached: On-Site Monitor Recruitment Webinar (general).pdf
Other Employment Opportunities: https://oewd.org/resources-businesses-and-employees-impacted-covid-19
CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS
A Massive Change to Child Support Payments, Please see attached: CSS Slides
REHABILATION GROUPS AND CLASSES OFFERED VIA ZOOM
As Adult Probation Department continues to provide supervision and services during COVID-19 pandemic, we are happy to annouce the launch of a variety of groups/ classes for clients via ZOOM, through the CASC and our community partners. All classes are opened to the justice involved community. The launch date for these classes will be MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2020.
Please view the attached documents for class times, schedules, and how sheet. Zoom Instructions for Participants using the AppAPD_CASC_Zoom Classes_ScheduleZoom Instructions for Participants using the AppGroups and Classes
San Francisco Treatment Beds
Domestic Violence Sheltershttps://sf.gov/information/domestic-and-family-violence-resources
Additional Food Locations in the City Outside of the Food Bank
Food Pantries with the San Francisco Food Bank
Transitions Clinic Network All-CA Flyer Transitions Clinic Network All-CA Flyer
MENTAL HEALTH/ BEHAVIORIAL HEALTH SERVICES
For more information, view here:
UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS (STATE AND FEDERAL RELIEF)
Non-Profit Financial support- https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5c01d13ab98a788a7a0cfd93/t/5e8656...
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE/ VICTIMS SERVICES
FEDERAL AND STATE TAX ANNUAL FILING
HOMESCHOOLING SUPPORT RESOURCE
On April 13, 2020, San Francisco Unified School District will begin distant learning. There are tons of support for families that may need extra assistance. For justice involved families in need of additional assistance in helping their children during this time, please email, Geoffrea (Jah-free-ah) Morris, Reentry Policy Planner, email@example.com or call 628-217-3636
For more Information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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