Listos California helps individuals, families and communities prepare for disasters like wildfires, earthquakes and floods. It also helps Californians respond to COVID-19. When we all do our part, we keep more people safe.
People can spread the virus even if they never have symptoms. Stay home except for essential needs. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance from other people. Listen to public health officials for updates.
In partnership with two leading national Latino organizations, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA), Listos California announced the launch of InformaGente, a new online conversation series to foster a culture of emergency readiness among Latinx communities.
New Conversation on Housing Resources
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (June 23, 2020) — Listos California, the statewide disaster preparedness campaign anchored in the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), in partnership with leading national Latino organizations, the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA), and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), released the latest installment of InformaGente.
Arap Bethke, actor and director best known for La Piloto (2017), Club de Cuervos (2015) and Instructions Not Included (2013) joins California’s Secretary of the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency Lourdes Castro Ramírez for an encouraging discussion covering resources and guidance for persons concerned about making monthly rent or mortgage payments on time. Ramirez encourages persons experiencing hardship, to be proactive about explaining their financial situation to their landlord, mortgage company, or financial institution.
Governor Newsom ordered evictions halted through July 28, 2020. If your landlord is attempting to evict you for not paying rent and you took all of the above steps, contact a local legal aid provider and learn about your protections.
Persons experiencing homelessness, or seeking up to date information specific for renters or homeowners should visit covid19.ca.gov/housing-and-homelessness/ or call 1-833-544-2374.
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