General Information for Assistance During COVID-19
Below are important resources for Oceanside residents related to COVID-19, including information on how to get assistance and additional resources regarding the pandemic across San Diego County. This list is by no means exhaustive. If you feel you there is a resource which is not included, please send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 211 – or visit https://211sandiego.org for general referrals to all community resources
Oceanside Businesses Open/Offering Services during COVID-19 https://www.oceansidechamber.com/oceanside-blog/oceanside-businesses-open-offering-services
Electric Bill Assistance for SDG&E Customers https://sdgenews.com/article/sdge-offers-bill-discount-programs-help-customers-need
Women’s Resource Center – help for women and teens with domestic violence or sexual assault issues, and with general community services such as emergency clothing or food, transitional and emergency housing assistance for domestic violence victims, legal services, and more.
North County LGBTQ Resource Center https://www.ncresourcecenter.org/covid-emergency-fund
North County Health Center Oceanside (Loma Alta) – comprehensive health clinic and health resources for low income/uninsured patients, including mental health and dental help (emergency dental visits only during COVID-19)
North County Homeless Shelters https://www.regionalsolutions.net/north-county-shelters
Oceanside Food Pantries
San Diego Food Bank
Interfaith Community Services – Housing, economic support, mental health and addiction recovery resources
Oceanside Homeless Resource Facebook Group – provides assistance for unhoused individuals and families with meals and shelter
Oceanside Neighborhood Services – programs and services that serve to enhance the quality of life by strengthening community image, neighborhood safety and security, supporting economic development and environmental resources, promoting health, wellness and recreation, fostering human development and more: Call 760-435-5049
Resources for Seniors
New Program to Assist Seniors During COVID-19:
Qualified older adults can now sign up to get three free and healthy meals a day delivered to their home for a limited time through the “Great Plates Delivered” program. The initiative is a collaboration between the County of San Diego and local restaurants. The goal of the program is to help older adults who are at a higher risk of developing complications from COVID-19 avoid going out to get food. The meal delivery is scheduled to run through June 10.
Oceanside Shopping for Seniors:
The City has compiled a list of store hours dedicated for Senior shopping.
Small Businesses & Nonprofits:
Oceanside Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 resources: https://www.oceansidechamber.com/covid-19-resources.html
Additional Oceanside COVID-19 Resources From Fire Department: