Financial, Housing, and Resources

Financial

Independent contractors and gig economy workers can apply for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which will give people who are out of work an additional $600 per week. To apply, visit the California Employment Development website here.

Video Instructions for Filing Unemployment (English)

Video Instructions for Filing Unemployment (Spanish)

Financial Relief for Undocumented Immigrants (DRAI) Apply in English Apply in Spanish

Check out the City of Oakland Stimulus Check One Pager for resources available in multiple languages.

Housing

Find emergency financial assistance, legal representation and supportive services to prevent Oakland residents from losing their housing at Keep Oakland Housed.

Video about Eviction Protection from Legal Services of Northern California: English and Spanish

For Referrals to Resources in Alameda County for Health, Housing and Human Services: Call 2-1-1 or go to the Alameda County Resource Finder: http://211alamedacounty.org/2-1-1-alameda-county-resource-finder/

Legal

Independent contractors and gig economy workers can apply for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which will give people who are out of work an additional $600 per week. To apply, visit the California Employment Development website here.

Video Instructions for Filing Unemployment (English)

Video Instructions for Filing Unemployment (Spanish)

Check out the City of Oakland Stimulus Check One Pager for resources available in multiple languages.

Los contratistas independientes y los trabajadores de la economía de conciertos pueden solicitar el programa de Asistencia de desempleo pandémico, que otorgará a las personas que están sin trabajo $ 600 adicionales por semana. Para aplicar, visite el sitio web de Desarrollo de Empleo de California aquí.

Instrucciones en video para presentar el desempleo (español)

Visite el Buscador de estímulo de la ciudad de Oakland para obtener recursos disponibles en varios idiomas.