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Rent Relief/Guaranteed Income Program /LA County Food Drop Program/Health Officer Order/Emergency Housing/LA County Mask Mandate Changes for Schools


Vaccines & Boosters


Effective 10/8/21, LACDPH has a new COVID-19 newsletter for parents and caregivers of children at TK-12 schools. If one would like to sign up for the LACDPH email newsletter, please do so at this link: 

See below for a list of resources we have compiled to support our families and communities during our school closure. We will update this list as more information becomes available to us. 


CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program
Overview: Program supports housing stability for most vulnerable
  • CA COVID-19 Rent Relief provides financial assistance to income-qualified renters experiencing housing instability.
  • The program provides rent reimbursement to landlords for unpaid rent accrued between April 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021.
  • Landlords are eligible to receive 80% of unpaid rent, as long as they agree to waive the remaining 20% of unpaid rent.
  • Eligible renters whose landlords don’t participate in the program can still receive 25% of unpaid rent accrued between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021.
  • Paying the 25% of past due rent by June 30, 2021 can help keep you in your home under the extended eviction protections provided in SB91.
  • Eligible renters can also receive future rent assistance equal to 25% of their monthly rent.
  • Verify eligibility and apply starting March 15, 2021 at


COVID-19 Testing Resources for Students


Rental Assistance Application for LA County


Health & Human Services Support

211 LA County
Resources available to all county residents to assist with health and human services. They can provide information and referrals to food distribution sites/programs, housing, health care and more. 
Child Care Alliance of Los Angeles
Find child care or get additional information by zip code. The resource and referral agencies in the network have free, personalized referrals to licensed child care providers. from the American Academy of Pediatrics 

Gives parens information on emotional and physical health, development issues, how to help their child, and many resources for the health of children, teens and young adults.


Additional Mental Health Resources:

National Alliance on Mental Illness Partner Guide

31 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health

Mental Wellness Challenge Calendar

Pending Legislation-MH Hotline Numbers on College ID Cards

Self-Care and Compassion Fatigue


School Resources:

Seeing Clearly: One in four students experiences vision problems that can challenge learning and lead to permanent vision loss if not corrected.  VSP offers free comprehensive eye exams and prescription glasses for qualifying students:


Technology/Internet Services

A Complete Guide to Internet Service during Coronavirus Pandemic


Charter/Spectrum Free Internet 1-844-488-8395


Comcast -


Ivy Academia Help Desk - [email protected]  or 818.716.0771 x1010


Affordable Connectivity Program -



Ivy Academia is committed to ensure that all students have access to adequate nutrition by offering breakfast and lunch on every school day to all students based upon eligibility levels (free, reduced-price or full pay). Meals will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays between 8 and 11 am at the Food Distribution center on campus (5975 Shoup Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91367), entrance on Oxnard between Shoup Ave. and Capistrano Ave. Parents are able to pick up students' meals and students do not need to be present. Monday pick-up will consist of 3 breakfasts (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) and 2 lunches (Monday and Tuesday) and Wednesday pick-up will consist of 2 breakfasts (Thursday and Friday) and 3 lunches (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). Food safety is a priority so each pick-up will include the Grab and Go Food Safety handout (link below). Parents will need to supply the staff with the names of the enrolled students and will be given a print out of their Lunch ID barcode to ease pick up. Please follow all posted procedures (including necessary PPE and social distancing) to ensure the safety of other students, family members and staff. 
Due to Safer at Home restrictions, applications for free or reduced-price meals are not available at the main office. You can print from home by following the links on the Free and Reduced Lunch Application page or send request for paper application to be mailed to your home with a self-addressed return envelope by emailing [email protected] Completed applications can be mailed to the site (5975 Shoup Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91367) or dropped off on campus by use of drop-box (email [email protected] or call 818-657-9455 for specifics). If you would like to receive and complete the application virtually, email [email protected] with the request for lunch application and include the name(s) and grade level(s) of your student(s). Families need to submit only one application for multiple students.


West Valley Food Pantry

5700 Rudnick Avenue

Woodland Hills, CA 91367

(818) 346-5554


Family Rescue Center

22103 Vanowen St

Canoga Park, CA 91303

(818) 884-7587

Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM



Please report any acts of bullying and cyber-bullying to [email protected] or 818.716.0771 x1012.


Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information


Doctor Radio (Ch. 110). It is available on both active and inactive SiriusXM radios on Channel 121 and will also be available on the SiriusXM app and via SiriusXM and NYU Langone Health have also created a 24/7 coronavirus information hotline that provides expert answers to questions about the emerging health threat. Callers who dial 877-40COVID (877-402-6843) will hear direct responses to the most commonly asked questions about coronavirus from NYU Langone Health’s experts on the front lines of the coronavirus response teams. Callers will also have an opportunity to record questions about additional coronavirus concerns, and selected questions will be chosen to be answered directly by experts on Doctor Radio’s new weekly coronavirus broadcast, Coronavirus: What You Need To Know Now, and on other regularly scheduled programming featured on Doctor Radio.











If you need medical services, the Medi-Cal Program provides free or low-cost health care coverage to persons who are elderly, disabled and parent(s) or children up to age 21. You may apply at the local Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) Office or at many clinics, schools, and services agencies in your community. If you would like a mail-in application, or to determine eligibility call the County Health & Nutrition Hotline at 1-877-597-4777.





If you do not have health insurance or free (no share-of-cost) Medi-Cal to cover the medical needs of your children, who are newborn up to age 19, the Healthy Families Program provides low-cost health insurance1 coverage. Healthy Families offers several health plans you may choose, including dental and vision care.

Please call the above telephone number, if you would like information about the different health plans or a mail-in application. You may also pick-up an application booklet at many local schools, clinics service agencies, churches and at all DPSS office or call the county Health & Nutrition Hotline at 1-877-597-4777.




If your child is eligible for Medi-Cal and is seriously ill with high-cost medical bills and has or has access to private health coverage, this special State Medi-Cal Program can help pay your child health insurance premium. Certain restrictions apply.





CaliforniaKids is an independent non-profit organization that provides premium subsidized, comprehensive primary health care services to children ages 2 through 18. CaliforniaKids is a broad-base community program partnering with corporations, private industry, foundations, health care providers and community organizations.





If you need medical services, they are available and private clinics, hospitals, and many other locations and can be provide at no cost depending on your income.  Medical services including test and prescriptions are provide on ability to pay basis.  Please call the above telephone number for the collation nearest you.




You may be eligible for free or low-cost mental health services.




If you need treatment for drug or alcohol abuse, there are places where you can get help.  Some programs allow you to live at the facility while undergoing treatment.



1-800- 942-1054

Low-income women, men, and minors without health care coverage for family planning services may receive services through a program called Family Planning Access Care & Treatment (Family PACT). For information and referral services please call the above telephone number for the location nearest you.





You may be eligible for Medicare health insurance if you are age 65 or older, or you have received Social Security Disability checks for at least 24 months or you have kidney disease that requires dialysis or a transplant.




You can protect your children and teenager from dangerous diseases such as measles whooping cough, chicken pox and meningitis.  Call if you need information about where you can get free or low-cost immunization shots.


211 LA County Line (Previously known as the INFO LINE)

Just dial “211” from your telephone

This is a 24 hour information and referral services Info Line can help you find wide variety of resources, including the following

  • Emergency Food and Shelter
  • Legal and Finance Assistance
  • Health Services and Rehabilitation
  • Counseling, Child Care, and Family Planning
  • Consumer Advocacy
  • Transportation
  • Recreation
  • Substance Abuse Treatment