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COVID-19 Help


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is offering tips and warnings on how to deal with the financial impact of COVID-19, including how to protect yourself from eviction.  

Please watch out for new possible scams as the vaccine distribution starts. Feel free to read more about this at this link but scams can include

  • You likely will not need to pay anything out of pocket to get the vaccine during this public health emergency. You do not need insurance to get the vaccine.
  • You can’t pay to put your name on a list to get the vaccine.
  • You can’t pay to get early access to the vaccine.
  • No one from a vaccine distribution site or health care payer, like a private insurance company, will call you asking for your Social Security number or your credit card or bank account information to sign you up to get the vaccine.
  • Beware of providers offering other products, treatments, or medicines to prevent the virus. Check with your health care provider before paying for or receiving any COVID-19-related treatment.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help households struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, and virtual classrooms. More information can be found here.

Moneygeek has information on How to Access and Afford Mental Health Treatment During COVID19

Help for Undocumented: A list of resources to help undocumented folks specifically. Be sure to check out both the nationwide and CA-specific lists. The CA govt also has a guide for immigrants.

Here is a list of national and CA-specific groups that can help with vet bills and pet food during COVID-19.


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The Federal Trade Commission has information about identity theft and scam alerts.

California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and certain other entities to report and submit their customers’ property to the State Controller’s Office when there has been no activity for a period of time (generally three years). Common types of unclaimed property are bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages, and safe deposit box contents. Property does not include Real Estate. The CA Controller safeguards this lost or forgotten property as long as it takes to reunite it with the rightful owners; there is no deadline for claiming it once it is transferred over to the State Controller’s Office. It is easy to find out if the Controller is protecting property in your name.