Off Campus Resources
Local Community Resources (Counseling Services at SJSU has put together a number of links that connects students to local off campus resources)
Clothing, Food, Personal Goods and Services
There are various agencies throughout Santa Clara County that assist persons in need
Free Legal Services
The Law Foundation is currently offering legal, counseling, and referrals to section 8 voucher holders who have received nonpayment notices (3-day notices to pay or quit) or who are subject to eviction (Unlawful Detainer). Please refer affected voucher holders to (408) 280-2424.
Looking for legal resources -- both information and referrals to agencies providing low-cost & pro bono services? http://lawhelpca.org/
Need assistance with rides, grocery shopping, light housekeeping, yard work, help with paperwork, help with packing or moving, minor auto repair, minor home repair, and budget mentoring? Love Inc Santa Clara County exists to help connect the resources of local churches with needs of people in our community. Contact the volunteer hotline at (408) 723-9223. The Budget Mentoring Information Line is (408) 723-9204.
Free/Low-Cost Perinatal Support Services
Santa Clara County offers a number of free and/or low-cost resources to preinatal services. The Public Health Department put together a directory to consolidate these resources for your convenience. Disclaimer: EOP is not responsible for updating this directory.
Free Lifeline Cell Phone Service
Government assisted cellular service — Go online to learn more about free cell phone service with Assurance Wireless.
Free Laptop Repairs
The computer repair clinic is open from 3pm-8pm Tuesdays and 9am-3pm Wednesdays, first come first serve. Computers cannot be left there overnight, so good to go early if you can. If parts are needed, you will need to purchase them.
Asher College - Technology Program
3031 Tisch Way, Suite 1
Plaza West (near Santana Row)
No Dental Benefits?
Santa Clara County Dental Society is a good resource for folks without dental insurance. For information on locations to receive free or low cost dental treatments, visit the following website: http://www.sccds.org/
Write Check allows students to subscribe and have access to a plagiarism checker, grammar checker, and professional tutoring: www.writecheck.com
New program guidelines
Free educational material about mental health issues, peer support via online forums, and text-message peer counseling service two nights a week.