Get Your Basic Needs Met
If you do not have access to food, clothing, housing, technology, or other basic needs as a result of COVID-19 closures, then we are here to connect you with college or community resources.
Take Our Basic Needs Survey
Complete this short FLC Student Basic Needs Survey and let us know how we can help you. You can also view a listing of community resources compiled by FLC or contact FLC's Equity Center for more information.
Health and Wellness Resources
Aunt Bertha is an online social care network that connects people with programs and social services in their communities. Search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.
CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps) is a nutrition program that helps students and their families buy healthy foods. Learn how to apply for CalFresh benefits.
FLC Telehealth provides 24/7 medical and mental telehealth care for all students as part of our Health Services program. When you're feeling sick or overwhelmed, you can talk to a licensed provider from your smartphone or any web-enabled device for free.
CampusWell by Student Health 101
CampusWell covers a variety of college health topics, including mental health, stress management, relationships, sleep, fitness, nutrition, alcohol, drugs, and more.
Apply for Student Emergency Funds
The Student Emergency Fund provides immediate financial assistance (usually mailed within 24 to 48 hours) to students involved in emergencies. These one-time grants of up to $1,000 have no repayment obligation.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Mortgage and Housing Assistance
Visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website for information on mortgage and rent payment relief options.
CARES Act Funds for Students
The federal CARES Act includes support for higher education institutions to help address impacts on our students. Check your Message Center eServices message center to learn how to increase your chances of receiving these funds. You can also learn about CARES Act at Folsom Lake College, Assistance for American Workers and Families, or Economic Stimulus Checks.
Resources for Foster Youth Students
Visit the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) website to find resources for current and former foster youth students, including information about grants, educational resources, housing resources, healthcare resources, and more.
Resources for Undocumented Students
The State Chancellor’s Office along with the Foundation for California Community Colleges have compiled resources for undocumented students during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
State of CA: Resources for Emotional Support and Well-Being
Find resources from the State of California to support emotional well-being, including suicide prevention, domestic violence support, and more.