SDG&E: California LifeLine Program Discounts Phone Services to Save Money During COVID-19

The California LifeLine Program is a state program that provides discounted home phone and cell phone services to eligible households. These discounts can help you lower the cost of your phone bill. Only one discount per household is allowed (except for teletypewriter users and for Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program participants). Each household must choose to get the discount either on a home phone or on a cell phone, but not on both. To learn more, visit Californialifeline.com or cpuc.ca.gov. You can also call 1-866-272-0349 (English) or 1-866-272-0350 (Spanish). Federal Assistance is available too! The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) offers help with utility b

San Diego Resident Services Coordinators Brings Spring to Residents

Thanks to our local partners and hard-working San Diego Resident Services Coordinators, our San Diego residents are still able to receive food and other supplies during the stay-at-home order. Last month, six San Diego PSCDC properties had food distributions with a special surprise. With the stay-at-home order encouraging everyone to stay indoors and our senior residents unable to go outside an enjoy the spring weather, our Coordinators brought spring to our residents. Cost Plus World Market in Rancho Bernardo selflessly donated extra springtime decorations that included candies and baskets to PSCDC to bring a breath of fresh air for our residents. Our local partner, Friends & Family Communi

What Service Means to Our Imperial Valley Resident Services Coordinators

During this COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations, businesses, and communities worldwide have united to provide relief to those who need it. For those struggling right now, essential services like food and supply distributions, health care, and mental health check-ins provide insurance and hope for the future. Serving our communities is a privilege that our PSCDC Resident Services Coordinators (RSC) hold dearly and value highly. During this worldwide call to help each other, we asked our PSCDC team in Imperial what it means to them to serve as PSCDC Resident Services Coordinators. At PSCDC, our mission is to provide the resources and services residents in low-income housing need to succeed.

Imperial Valley and Coachella PSCDC Coordinators Respond Quickly to COVID-19

Since the start of the state-wide quarantine due to COVID-19 in mid-March, PSCDC Resident Services Coordinators in Imperial Valley and Coachella acted quickly to gather the necessary resources and connections to continue providing essential services to our residents. The teams in Imperial and Coachella collected contact information from all of our residents and began making weekly follow-up calls to ensure every resident is healthy, safe, listened to, and have their essential needs met. Imperial Valley and Coachella Resident Coordinators can continue food and resource distributions thanks to the enormous generosity of our local partners at Imperial Valley Food Bank, USDA's The Emergency Food

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