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Additional Resources 

This is a list of services that can help support you and your family. 

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For more information on K&K Self-Help Attorneys, visit

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Visit CalFresh - Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano for more information or you can call Rebecca Castillo at 925-917-4848.

CalFresh benefits are accepted at most grocery stores, farmers markets, & retail food places. CalFresh can be used to purchase food items like fruits, vegetables, beans, meats, dairy products, rice, bread, nuts, & other staples, as well as seeds to grow your own food! 

Housing Help

  • COVID-19 Rent Relief Program

    • The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program covers 100% of unpaid rent and utilities for eligible renters and their landlords who have been impacted by the pandemic. As of October 1, 2021, eligible renters who receive an eviction notice have 15 business days to apply for the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program and notify their landlord that they have applied (or intend to). Applying for assistance may reduce their risk of eviction. Landlords can’t legally evict renters for non-payment of COVID-related debt without also applying for the program.

    • Interested landlords and renters can check eligibility and apply at or by calling 833-430-2122. Assistance from the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program does NOT count as earned income for renters and will NOT affect eligibility for any other California state benefit assistance programs, such as CalFresh and CalWORKS. Applying to the program will not impact your residency status or your path to citizenship.​

  • Senior Housing

    • ​An open waitlist has started for Senior Housing in Richmond. This opening is for Project Based Voucher assisted units to house households that require three to four bedrooms. Head of household must be 62 years old or older to qualify. Click for more Info

Foster and Kinship Care Program

The Foster and Kinship Care Education Program (FKCE) provides quality education and support opportunities for caregivers of children and youth in out-of-home care so that these providers may meet the educational, emotional, behavioral, and developmental needs of children and youth. Our classes are free, open to the public and continuously updated to ensure that they are aligned with best practices.  

Interested in Heritage classes? Click here for more information. For more information about our program and upcoming classes please visit our website at

If you plan to attend any of the classes listed above, please click here to RSVP. We must have a minimum of 2 participants pre-registered to hold the class. 

All weekday classes are taught virtually on Zoom. Saturday classes are taught in person. For more information or if accommodations are needed, contact

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