A list of community resources relating to education, immigration, healthcare, and more!
The Child Tax Credit included in the The American Rescue Plan of 2021 is meant to help families with children under the age of 17 will receive additional payments from the IRS starting July 15th.
"The American Rescue Plan increased the Child Tax Credit from $2,000 per child to $3,000 per child for children over the age of six and from $2,000 to $3,600 for children under the age of six, and raised the age limit from 16 to 17. All working families will get the full credit if they make up to $150,000 for a couple or $112,500 for a family with a single parent (also called Head of Household)." Read more from Whitehouse.gov here
This resource page provides information available to individuals and families impacted by COVID-19 to out San Luis Obispo County residents.
"California is providing state-funded disaster relief assistance to undocumented adults who are ineligible for other forms of assistance, including assistance under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and pandemic unemployment benefits, because of their immigration status. This state funding is expected to reach about 150,000 undocumented adults. An undocumented adult who qualifies can receive $500 in direct assistance, with a maximum of $1000 in assistance per household. Applications for disaster relief assistance services will be available on Monday, May 18, 2020." -Department of Social Services
"Is there a person age 60 or older, or a person with disabilities in your household? If you answered yes, and you have medical expenses, your household may be entitled to a medical deduction that will increase your CalFresh allotment amount."
Allows undocumented student and documented nonresident students who meet certain requirements to pay in state tuition fees at any UC, CSU, or California Community College.
The staff and faulty are committed to the students success and provide academic, career, transfer, and personal counseling needs.
The program is statewide designed to increase the number of students attending college. Serving those students in elementary, middle school, high school, and community college students who meet the required criteria. Educating, motivating, and informing students on college admissions and financial aid while also offering free tutoring.
A partnership between AHC and the Department of Social Services to serve Welfare to individuals and families within our community. One of the objectives of Cal Works is to assist students on developing and strengthen their workplace skills while completing their educational goals.
The program is designed to serve those who are first generation college students ,economically disadvantaged, and students with disabilities. In serving this population the program increases retention rates, increases transfer rates to a four-year and helps students succeed in an academic setting.
A state funded program for single parents attending AHC. A few of the services provided to the students are childcare grants, on campus good vouchers, gas vouchers, school supplies, and tutor assistance.
The program is a state-funded program designed to provide financial assistance, support, an encouragement for low income students.
Provides students with the equal opportunity and access to students with disabilities through necessary accommodations, instruction, assessment, counseling, and advocacy.
Department dedicated to providing safe environment where learning can take place.
A list of transportation services an individual can utilize
Assists prospective and enrolled student veterans or dependents of veterans in utilizing GI benefits, completing the admission application process, registering for classes, accessing campus resources, getting involved in activities, and transitioning to civilian life.