Wake Up Call Town Hall

Check It Out!

March 24, 2020
WUC Town Hall

We all have questions about coronavirus, the Wake Up Call is using this unique opportunity to #StayConnected and have their first ever town hall to talk to people, community and civic leaders to answer questions we all have been wondering about!

Guest Speakers:

Mayor Darrel Steinberg:

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn:

Dr. Dean Blumberg, Infectious Disease UC Davis:

John - Patient with COVID-19 Coronavirus:

Jamey Schrey, Assistant Superintendent Roseville City:

Lindsey Plumer - Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Councilor:

Contact Lindsey, by visiting http://www.lindseyplumer.com

Below are some of the resources, Lindsey has provided to help out anyone in the community struggling with the following:

For Suicide:

http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org has chat available also a hotline at 800-273-8255

Local suicide prevention hotline is through The Effort at 916-368-3111

For Parent/caregiver:

Parent/caregiver guide for helping families & kids cope with COVID-19: https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/fact-sheet/outbreak_factsheet_1.pdf

For domestic violence:

Weave: weaveinc.org online chat, hotline: 916-920-2955

Stand up Placer: https://www.standupplacer.org, Hotline: 800-575-5352

For substance abuse or mental health:

Substance abuse & Mental health services: http://www.samhsa.gov

Free online 12 step meetings for substance abuse and behavioral addictions compiled here: http://www.12Step.org

Food banks:

Sacramento county: https://www.sacramentofoodbank.org/

Food for seniors: https://www.sacramentofoodbank.org/food-for-seniors, Hotline: 916-456-1980

Placer county: http://placerfoodbank.org/

Chelsea Minor - Raley’s Corporate Director of Public Affairs:

Parveen Tumber - Chair For Center For Worker's Rights:

California Workers Can Apply for Wage Replacement for Disability and Reduced Work Hours:

  • Sick or quarantined Californians who are unable to work due to having or being exposed to the virus can file a Disability Insurance (DI) claim online.
  • If you're unable to work because you're taking care of a sick or quarantined relative with COVID-19, you can file a Paid Family Leave (PFL) claim, according to EDD.
  • Californians whose hours have been reduced by their employer or who have lost their job due to their employer shutting down operations, can file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim.
  • Governor waived the mandatory one week waiting period for the time being.

Scott Alvord - Roseville City Councilman: