COVID19 - Resources
Below are a list of resources you can access should you need assistance during this COVID-19 Pandemic.
Go to covid19.Ca.gov for a large update list. Information is there for you to share. During the day M-F you can call 818-238-5580 to speak to a live person.
The libraries, PRCS, and Boys and Girls Club, are offering help.
Food for low income students through Burbank Unified School District…call food services.818-729-4539. Food distribution ends May 20, 2020.
District Updates from Supt. Matt Hill every Thursday at Burbankusd.org/
Mental health support from Family Service Agency. 818-845-7671
Many other contacts for small businesses, families in need, homeless, and so much more.
City of Burbank Updates: 818-238-5580
Grocery Stores with Special Hours in Burbank:
Grocery Stores in Burbank Offering Special Hours for Seniors and Vulnerable Customers:
Whole Foods: 60+ 7:00-8:00am
Target: Elderly (no age), vulnerable, pregnant moms, underlying health conditions and disabled WEDNESDAYS 7:00-8:00am
Smart & Final: Seniors 65+, disabled and pregnant women Mon-Fri 7:30-8:00am
Ralphs: Seniors 60+ 7:00-7:30am
Vons: Seniors 65+ and Disabled 7:00-9:00am
Pavilions: Seniors 60+ 7:00-9:00am
COVID-19 Support Group through Next Door provides information and there are people offering to help by running errands, shopping etc.
project HOPE through city is located at Joslyn Center to help Seniors. Sign up to be a volunteer or a recipient.....818-238-5370
Zonta Club is extending their deadline for WINGS scholarships for young women.
And, on April 29th is National Denim Day, so please wear denim and remember that it began because a young woman was raped for wearing jeans…..her attacker said she was wearing tight pants to encourage him….NEVER AGAIN!!!