COVID-19 Resources for Consumers

CHCF strives to help Californians get the health care they need. In this new era of COVID-19, information is flowing at a rapid rate, and people are looking for up-to-date information. We’ve compiled a set of online resources to help health care consumers understand state and federal recommendations and policies, as well as specific resources on benefits and maintaining mental health.

Contact us if you have an online resource to add.

General State and Federal Information

California Department of Public Health and Governor Gavin Newsom’s Office: Coronavirus (COVID-19) in California

California Department of Public Health and Governor Gavin Newsom’s Office: This COVID-19 Response Toolkit contains public service announcements, graphics for social media, website buttons, and other public health education materials in multiple languages.

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Coronavirus (COVID-19)

State Policy and Data

KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation): State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus

California Department of Health Care Services: DHCS COVID-19 Response

Mental Health Considerations

California Department of Public Health COVID-19 Response: Resources for Emotional Support and Well-Being

World Health Organization: Mental Health and Psychosocial Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak (PDF)

Housing, Health Care, and Worker Benefits

Western Center on Law & Poverty: Up-to-Date COVID-19 Information. This page is updated daily and includes resources on housing, health care, and worker benefits for COVID-19.

Resources and Information for California Immigrants

This guide from the California Immigrant Policy Center (PDF) is designed to ensure that communities have access to the information they need to get through the current crisis and to make informed decisions for their families.

The California Endowment has produced a variety of COVID-19 informational resources (including fact sheets, short videos, Radio PSAs and posters) in multiple languages, including Spanish, Hmong, Chinese and Vietnamese. All materials are available for download.