Free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training and more can be found around your area! Food or reduced-cost services are services that are free or are at a reduced cost for people with low-income. These services are also available for people with undocumented status.
- Aunt Bertha is one of the largest and most used online social care networks for individuals looking to connect to Community Based Organizations (CBO’s) in the United States. To get started, input your zip code and Aunt Bertha will connect you with CBO’s near you.
- The Employment Development Department (EDD) of the State of California provides to keep employers, employees, and job seekers competitive. This website provides additional resources that may help you.
Reduced cost or free internet access:
- Health Workforce Initiative provides additional reduced cost and free internet access. This includes networks such as T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, and California Connect.
- Spectrum Student Internet Packages offers high-speed internet for students and enough bandwidth to support multiple devices.
- California Department of Education website offers a list of other network carriers and their available networks for students and parents (last revised 07/28/20)
- Affordable internet flyer in English and Spanish from Internet For All Now (last revised 8/20)
Information on low-cost computers:
Northern California: in English and Spanish
Southern California: in English and Spanish
Databases that include services for undocumented communities:
- United Way
- Paying for Sexual Health Care Services
- The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers
- Department of Health Care Services
- Healthcare access for Undocumented Folks in the time of COVID-19 across the United States