Due to the escalating spread of the coronavirus, and particularly its effect on our homeless population, we have added this section to our top menu to post important information especially aimed at homeless persons and homeless service organizations. Our focus is South Los Angeles' Service Planning Area 6 (from the 10 Freeway south to and including Compton, Lynwood, and Paramount). But much of what we post here should be significant for Los Angeles countywide.

Inner City Law Center on Evictions in Los Angeles

 

 

TO:                 Adam Murray, Tai Glenn 
FROM:  Rob Reed, Jake Crammer 
DATE:  March 19, 2020 

RE:              Status of Evictions in Los Angeles in light of Covid-19   

 

Evicting people from their homes in the midst of this pandemic is cruel and jeopardizes public  health. Recognizing this, and recognizing that requiring tenants, landlords, and their lawyers to go  through the eviction process would not allow for social distancing, the Los Angeles Superior  Court, the Governor of California, the Mayor of Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles City Council  and County Board of Supervisors have taken emergency action to limit evictions throughout Los  Angeles for at least the next month. This memo summarizes the impact of those actions on the  eviction process in Los Angeles as of noon on March 19, 2020.  

FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS IMPACTED BY COVID-19

 

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
03/18/2020

FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS IMPACTED BY COVID-19

The Department of Public Social Services is aware of the financial impact that the Coronavirus is having on the health and financial well-being of County of Los Angeles residents, leaving thousands unemployed or underemployed.  The department has provided the below resources to help residents who may be experiencing financial challenges due to the pandemic:

Important announcements about the coronavirus and the homeless

We know this is a uniquely challenging time for our community--for our clients, our staff, ourselves, our agencies, and our city/county/country. The Coalition would like to be a support in whatever ways we can--we are in this together as one.  
 
As a start, we have compiled information from multiple sources and it into one place with information on updates, resources, etc.  We also plan to have our regular meeting by Zoom on April 10--agenda will be sent beforehand.
 
ALSO--we know that some shelters, food banks, and access centers are very short of food and cleaning supplies.  Please let us know if you 1) have a source for  food and/or supplies or 2) if you are in dire need of these things or anything else.  We will work to connect folks with one another and/or any other resources that come up.

Sample Telecommuting Agreement

 

(AGENCY NAME)  Telecommuting Agreement

 

Telecommuting is a viable alternative work arrangement in cases where individual and job characteristics are suited to such an arrangement. It is not an entitlement; it is not a company-wide benefit; and it in no way changes the terms and conditions of employment.

General Work Arrangements

This document specifies the terms and conditions of the Telecommuting Agreement between

and _______________________________.  The telecommuting period requested is from _________  to _________ 201__.

Special Section on the Coronavirus Pandemic

Due to the escalating spread of the coronavirus, and particularly its effect on our homeless population, we have added this section to our top menu to post important information especially aimed at homeless persons and homeless service organizations. Our focus is South Los Angeles' Service Planning Area 6 (from the 10 Freeway south to and including Compton, Lynwood, and Paramount. But much of what we post here should be significant Los Angeles countywide.