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NMHC Rent Payment Tracker: https://www.nmhc.org/
(Provides numbers on how many people are paying rent during this time)
US Chamber Info on CARES Act- https://lcmspubcontact.lc.ca.
CCIM resources- https://www.ccim.com/covid19/?
Protect Yourself: https://www.cdc.gov/
Cleaning and Disinfection: https://www.cdc.gov/
Judicial Council Rule suspending evictions: - Click Here -
Form NTAP (Notice to Tenant of Ability to Pay Rent During Coronavirus Pandemic) is an informational notice that a landlord can send to a tenant for the purpose of starting a dialogue with the tenant regarding the payment of rent during the coronavirus pandemic [Download form here]
Form RPD (Coronavirus Rent Payment Delay and Repayment) is an addendum to a residential lease or rental agreement that, when agreed to and signed by the landlord and tenant, documents the tenant’s claim that the tenant is unable to pay rent and the reason for the inability; proof of the inability to pay; the amount of the rent not being paid; and a plan to pay it in the future [Download for here]
Food Resources and Charitable Organizations
San Diego Food Bank's Senior Food Program is a federal program that provides monthly supplemental food packages to income-eligible senior citizens ages 60 and over. The Food Bank administers the program and distributes USDA-provided food at distribution sites every month, throughout San Diego County.
Meals on Wheels continues their delivery meal services with COVID-19 precautions in place.
Anyone over the age of 60 may receive meals and friendly visits. There are no socio-economic requirements. Meals on Wheels San Diego County charges a onetime, non-refundable fee of $35 to begin meal delivery service. The program accepts CalFresh EBT cards (SNAP) for meal payments. Meals on Wheels San Diego County subsidizes 60% of the costs for meals, delivery, and other services provided regardless of a senior's ability to pay. To enroll, call: Metro San Diego Service Center: (619) 295-9501 or South County Service Center: (619) 420-2782
Kimball Senior Center will distribute food to those 60 and older every fourth Thursday of the month from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at 1221 D Ave National City, CA 91950.
National City Senior Center: Lunch program has been modified to Pick-Up ONLY. Home delivered meals will continue as usual.
Jewish Family Services (JFS) offers mobile delivery of meals on a sliding scale. This service is available to seniors and younger adults with disabilities or health conditions that prevent them from leaving their home. Meals are prepared daily in the JFS onsite kosher kitchen. JFS also offers low-sodium, gluten-free and vegetarian options. Contact (858) 637-3210.
Other Meal Programs
San Diego Food Bank - https://sandiegofoodbank.org/
Feeding San Diego - Can be found - Here -
Chula Vista Food Services Inc - $30 Bag of Food/Produce as of March 31st - Here -
Food Bank List from - (Needhelppayingbills.com) - Here -
California Food Bank List - http://www.cafoodbanks.org/
Salvation Army - https://sandiego.salvationarmy.org/san_diego2/covid-19
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