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COVID-19 Information & Resources

During these uncertain times, we will attempt to provide as much pertinent information as possible to our school community.  We will post an array of resources below, but it is important to not that the Escondido Union High School District (EUHSD) has a page dedicated to updates and remote learning opportunities.  The EUHSD page can visited by clicking here.
Students may continue to access Canvas, StudentVue (Synergy), SpringBoard, Office 365 and other options through the "Student" tab on the website.


Due to school closure, the school counseling and social work offices will be closed, however, we remain available to provide support via e-mail and phone during traditional school hours. We also want you to know important resources/supports in our community.

 San Diego Access and Crisis Line                      (888) 724-7240           Hotline, Available 24hrs/7Days
 Text TALK                                                                         741741                       Hotline, 24hrs/7Days    
 North County Crisis and Assessment Team      (760)233-0133            Walk-In Office

 225 W. Valley Parkway Suite 100

 Escondido, CA 92025

 Provided crisis intervention and help to any person between the ages of 14-25.

 Monday: Friday 12-8pm                             Saturday: 12-5pm 

 911 – Contact 911 in the event of an immediate emergency

 Say Something app/24 hr hotline                         1 (844) 5- SAYNOW    1(844) 572-9669
Project Return Peer Support Network                  (888) 448-9777 English, (888) 448-4055 (Spanish)

(Lines operate 5pm-10pm)

Disaster Distress Helpline                                     1 (800) 985-5990 or text “talk with us” to 66746

Emergency Screening Unit (ESU)                         (619) 876-4502  4309 Third Ave. San Diego, CA. 

Social Emotion Learning Program Provides animated videos and activities for teens and families giving away free resources to support distance learning. Go to > School at Home


CDC provides resources for managing anxiety & stress.

Living With Mental Illness During COVID-19 Outbreak– Preparing For Your Wellness

Meditations and Calming Exercises

Social Support: Getting And Staying Connected

Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource

Cómo hablar con los niños sobre el coronavirus

How to Avoid Passing Anxiety on to Your Kids

NAMI Coronavirus Recommendations

SAMHSA Behavioral Health

Teen Guide to Mental Wellness



211 – Resource Hotline

211 is a resource hotline that has access to various community resources. For example, if a family who is homeless needs to connect to a hotel/motel voucher they can call 211; or if you want to learn about food resources in Escondido, CA you can call 211 to learn what program are available. If you need a resource, give them a call!

Tay Academy – YMCA

1050 North Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025                            (760) 908-9373

Offer case management support and linkage to resources, including bag of groceries, hygiene supplies and other basic necessities. They also have free snacks and access to computer. Can offer case management assistance with housing and shelter for youth 18-24 on Wednesday. Hours are limited to 12-4 at this time.



                      Interfaith Community Services

               550 W Washing Ave, Escondido, CA 92025  (760) 489-6380

Serve hot breakfast and to-go sack lunches every morning from 6:30-7:15am. Offer housing assistance for families, immigration lawyers available on Mondays and many more resources.

Coronavirus and Housing/Homelessness resources

 National Low-Income Housing Coalition 

Eviction Information, Rights, and Letter to Landlord



           Free Clinic Directory 

           211  Free Public Health Nurse Line  Call 211 and ask for Nurse Line. Available 8am-8pm for anyone who does not                                 have a medical provider but has symptoms.

             Foundry Clinic  Free Medical Clinic. 1249 E Ohio Ave.                                              Escondido,  CA 92027. (760) 385 -3739. Open Tuesday 1PM – 6PM, Thursday from 8AM - 2PM 



Local free food distribution sites, visit

Feeding San Diego is working diligently to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and provide food resources to those impacted. Text "food" to 877877 or call (858) 452-3663.

Orange Glen High School, San Pasqual High School and Escondido High School will also be offering lunch at the school sites from 11am-12pm.

Mama’s Kitchen, the Home Delivered Meal Program is designed for individuals that have been diagnosed with a critical illness and are unable to independently prepare their own meals.

Escondido Food Resources for Children is delivering to seniors call 619-487-0613 for San Diego area/ Oceanside area 760-435-5285 

                     The Center Church food distribution 1305 Deodar Rd. Escondido 8am-11am. 1pm-3pm
                     Foundry Food Pantry 120 N. Ash St. Escondido Tues,Thurs 11am-1pm, Wed 4pm-6pm (442) 777-2081
                     Salvation Army 1301 Las Villas Way Escondido Mon-Fri 7:30am-2:30pm (760) 745-8616
                     Cal Fresh Apply for MediCal and Cal Fresh at (866) 262-9881



National Domestic Violence Hotline: 

1.800.799.SAFE (7233) or  1.800.787.3224 TTY

Becky’s House

Center For Community Solutions

Hotline: 1 (888) 385-4657



WIFI/Utilities/Rental Assistance

ATT Call 1-855-220-5211 or visit!/ 

Charter Spectrum Call 1-844-488-8395 or visit

Comcast/Xfinity Call 1-855-846-8376 or visit

Cox Call 1-800-234-3993 or visit

Internet for All Now –assistance determining if your household qualifies for an affordable home internet offer; call toll-free 1-844841-INFO (4636), or visit

Everyone On – To see low cost internet offers for which you may qualify based on zip code and household circumstances call 1-855-EVRY1ON (3879166), text CONNECT to 30364, or visit

Human-I-T – A non-profit organization available to help those who are not connected to or unable to afford internet services. Fill out an internet request form at or text 1-562-372-6925 for assistance accessing internet services.  Assistance is also available to help with affordable device access

SDGE Payment Help, Disconnection Moratorium, Flexible Payment Plans  (800) 411-7343
United Way San Diego County Assists those who have lost work or income due to COVID-19 with utilities/rent/mortgage. (858) 636-4125



                     Employment Development Department                                             (800) 300-5616


  • ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties   (619) 232-2122
  • Legal Aid at Work Undocumented Workers’ Rights (415) 864-8208 or (866) 864-8208
  • North County Immigration Task Force (760) 593-7411



• COVID-19 testing for Undocumented People 

• Immigrants Rising Resource List 

• Free Clinic Directory 

• Healthcare Access 

SDIRC Immigrant Relief Fund

Immigrant Relief Fund:

           Disaster Relief for Immigrants –


General Information About COVID-19

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Hub from the CDC

Fact Sheets on COVID-19 in Spanish and Other Languages

Preguntas y respuestas sobre la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19)

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources on Pandemics