Resources During the Shelter in Place Order
View our regularly updated and printable list of resources including mobile charging stations, hand washing stations, portable bathrooms, lunch locations, health clinics, case management, and mobile showers.
Due to the overwhelming need for emergency rental assistance help, the Marin Health and Human Services COVID-19 Information Line and email inbox are still taking information from people who need support, but new applicants will be placed on a waitlist and will be processed if new funds become available.
The Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI) project also provides one-time, state-funded disaster relief assistance to undocumented adults who are ineligible for other forms of assistance due to their immigration status.
The assistance will help immigrants and their families who have experienced financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 with food, shelter, medical and childcare, and other basic expenses. Marin Catholic Charities is managing applications for Marin residents. For information on how to apply and other frequently asked questions visit their website.
The COVID-19 Information Line is 415-473-7191 (CA Relay Service Dial 711). Phone calls will be answered Monday-Friday, 9:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm. You can also contact us via email at COVIDemail@example.com.
If you have already submitted a request by leaving a voicemail, it will be processed in the order it was received. Please note that there may be a delay in receiving a response due to the high volume of requests.
We apologize for not being able to meet the needs of every resident at this time but are working hard to expand our efforts as we know many have been financially devastated by COVID-19.
Also, if you are in a position to help and are interested in supporting the program, you can donate to the Marin Community Foundation (MCF) COVID-19 Fund.
What Is Marin County Doing About Homelessness?
Marin County is the biggest funder of homeless services in the county and is a leader in transforming the homeless system of care. We are proud to work across County departments, with the cities, and with our community partners to create a unified system to help house people and keep them housed.