Local, State and National Resources and SupportThe California Parent and Youth Helpline provides support and resource referrals to parent and youth during the current COVID-19 pandemic, 7-days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Call or text 1-855-4APARENT (855-427-2736) for services in English, Spanish and other languages. For more information, please visit: https://caparentyouthhelpline.org/
ADHD/Dyslexia/Dysgraphia/Dyscalculia & other Learning Disabilities
- Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD)
- CHADD San Diego
- National Center for Learning Disabilities
- Dyslexia Advantage
- Decoding Dyslexia CA (DDCA)
- Dyslexia Training Institute (DTI)
- International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
- Learning Ally
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Live Another Day
- The Summit Wellness Group - Top 61 BIPOC Addiction & Mental Health Resources
Know Your Rights
CALL TO ACTION
2-1-1 San Diego is a resource and information hub that connects people with community, health and disaster services. Resources include food, shelter, diaper exchanges, health services and more.
California MAP to Inclusion and Belonging…*Making Access Possible – Resources for Early Care and Education, Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Professionals Working During the Pandemic
FACT is offering free transportation for San Diego residents for any essential need until the stay at home order is lifted. Seniors, persons with disabilities, students, veterans and other residents who need assistance, may call FACT at 888-924-3228 between 8am and 3pm, Monday through Friday, to request free transportation anywhere in San Diego County.
San Diego Family Magazine: Flourishing Families
Annual resource guide for families and agencies in San Diego and Imperial Counties. It is a comprehensive list of behavior, education and health resources and more.
EDUCATION RESOURCES & WEBINARS
The California Department of Education (CDE) is monitoring the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and working closely with agency partners. Local educational agencies (LEAs) are encouraged to follow California Department of Public Health recommendations. LEAs should identify plans for communicating with families and consider learning supports for school closures.
Articles tell us what to do, but apps help lead us and remind us to practice self-care every day. These high quality apps have been made available to UC San Fransico with some also free to the general public.