As the daily uncertainty related to COVID-19 continues, our COI team is aware of the stress and social isolation emerging in our communities. We want to connect in an effort to support one another, and in this time of social distancing, we have modified operations to work by phone, video, and email. While all of the COI domain meetings are currently postponed, we are grateful for the continued support and encourage your ideas on how COI can further support our domain partners and community.
In the interim period, our team has compiled a list of community and government resources to support individuals, families, and businesses during this difficult time. Listed below you will find resources organized by domain, as well as links to invaluable partner websites. By providing these resources, the COI team is not endorsing or promoting any particular organizations, individuals, or programs, but rather highlighting the work of our amazing city, county, state, and federal partners.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our COI team has compiled resources that may be helpful to our partners.
Schools and After Schools
Food Security and School Meals
College and University Resources
Parent Rights and Resources
Restaurants, Food, and Beverage Providers
Loss of Income or Job
Housing and Shelter
UCSD Health COVID-19 nurse line for patients: 1-800-926-8273
Resources in Spanish
Resources in San Diego County
Partner Resource Lists
The resources listed above were pulled from a variety of partner websites and resource lists. Visit those resources directly using the links below.
- 2-1-1 San Diego: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources
- San Diego Hunger Coalition: COVID-19 & Hunger Relief
- County of San Diego: K-12
- County of San Diego: Community Sector Response
The Childhood Obesity Initiative is a program of Live Well San Diego: Healthy Works and implemented by UCSD Center for Community Health. This work supports Live Well San Diego, the County of San Diego’s vision for a region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely, and Thriving. Made possible with funding from the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency.