Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Information for Immigrant Communities
The California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation has information about immigration court hearings, USCIS, immigration enforcement activity, and other coronavirus-related immigration topics on this site:
SLO County Eviction Protection
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new California law and a national eviction moratorium are providing tenants and landlords with additional protections. The SLO Legal Assistance Foundation website provides FAQs, in English and Spanish, regarding COVID-19 evictions for residential tenants in SLO County: slolaf.org.
For SLO County eviction protection information:
This CRLA Foundation handout in English and Spanish provides a summary of resident rights during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.
Renters' Rights Guide During COVID-19
With many families struggling and unsure how to pay rent, The Tribune contacted the San Luis Obispo Legal Assistance Foundation and California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA) to answer to common questions about coronavirus rental housing rules. Read the full Tribune article in English and Spanish.
Download the Renter's Rights Guide in English and Spanish.
Looking for more SLO County COVID-19-related health information?
Local Information Line
Dignity Health is providing a Community COVID-19 Hotline.
The lines are staffed Monday through Friday 8am - 8pm, and
weekends 8am - 4:30pm. If calling after hours, leave a message and the call will be returned as soon as possible. For more information visit,
Download the Family Resource Center Directory and contact the appropriate Family Resource Center for help from an advocate or other staff member.
Family Resource Centers can help with non-medical needs too, such as food, clothing, and shelter.