List of Marin County Services from

Marin Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) –– please see updates, links and important information below. Feel free to pass this along to anyone not on the distribution list and we encourage you to share the information with your communities in whatever way you think is best.

COVID-19 Resources & Updates
If you haven’t been to the Marin County HHS website in the last 24 hours, they have a very useful and important list of phone numbers on the landing page. Specifically, there are direct phone lines for public assistance, general relief and behavioral health and recovery services.

Please note the 457-INFO hotline is being used as an information hotline for older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers.

Read the latest updates for information on shopping hours for seniors and financial assistance from small business loans and unemployment insurance:

Non-Profit Organizations
Document your hours. I don’t know if reimbursements will be available to non-profits, but you should always document your hours when you are providing essential services in a disaster.

Key Resources
Public Assistance Services
This site has information (though limited right now) for
County Medical Services Program
Cal Fresh/SNAP
Cal Works
Medi-Cal Benefits

This is apparently the most up-to-date link to the places where clients can use their EBT cards in-person. Type in your address and stores in the area pop up.

Homeless Services

Essential Businesses and Food Providers
Marin IJ has put together a list of which essential businesses are permitted to stay open during the shelter in place as well as what restaurants are open and providing delivery or take out services. See the list by going to twitter and search for #MarinFood
What businesses provide essential services
Restaurants that are open
Restaurants tweet plans during shelter-in-place order