San José is able to provide high school students a uniquely impactful experience by giving students access to a self-guided curriculum, supplemental support and guidance, and micro-scholarships as they become college and career-ready adults. To learn more, volunteer, donate or partner on this initiative, visit here.
Take advantage of ongoing educational programs, online resources, books, and other materials and access free virtual homework clubs and online help from a librarian.
Here is information from the County in five different languages about where and when you can get free vaccines, information about the vaccines themselves and the free transportation options to get there. Click here to see the most updated vaccination information.
Santa Clara Family Health Plan (SCFHP) offers no-cost or low-cost health coverage for children and adults living in Santa Clara County. Like most affordable healthcare plans, the programs offered have different eligibility and income requirements. Check if you’re eligible.
Visit here for small business recovery help. This webpage has compiled many of the helpful resources needed for small businesses to get back on their feet. It includes information on how to apply for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, the Economic Injury Disaster Program (EIDL) Loan Program, the Paycheck Protection Program and so much more.
IRS Free File lets you prepare and file your federal income tax online for free. File at an IRS partner site with the IRS Free File Program or use Free File Fillable Forms. It’s safe, easy and no cost to you.
CalFresh Food is a nutrition program for California residents with low income that increases your food budget. It allows you to buy healthy food at most stores, such as food outlets, grocery stores, farmers markets and some restaurants. Learn more here.
This program is designed to encourage residents and businesses to convert approved high-water use landscape, such as lawns and pools, to low-water use landscape, as well as to retrofit existing irrigation equipment with approved high-efficiency irrigation equipment.
The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program is designed to help low-income Californians through the payment of unpaid rent to landlords. Funding for this program comes from the $2.6 billion in federal rental assistance. Renters and landlords can apply here.
Check if your California property is eligible for an accessory dwelling unit. Learn about the cost and next steps for getting your ADU designed, approved, and built.
The EBB is a temporary program that can pay $50 every month toward the cost of your Internet service, and it is available to all families who lost some income in the last year and earn less than $198,000, among others. Apply for the discount here.
Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet. Eligible customers will get up to $9.25 toward their bill. You can only use Lifeline for either phone or internet, but not both. Learn more here.
If you know or see someone who is currently homeless, have them call the Santa Clara County homeless hotline at (408) 278-6420 to be referred to a program or placed on a waitlist to help them find housing.
Amigos de Guadalupe Center for Justice and Empowerment offers rental assistance to those who qualify. Since the start of the program, they have given out nearly two million dollars to vulnerable families in the Mayfair community. Apply below: