Student Mental Health & Behavioral Support

California Peer-Run Warmline at the toll-free number: 1-855-845-7415 to speak to someone or you can chat online at:


FMSD Form request to School Linked Services

More information on Student Wellness at

Senior Resources

Santa Clara County Meals on Wheels provides meal service to homebound seniors 60 years of age and older who are unable to provide meals for themselves or have difficulty obtaining food because of illness, frailty, or disability. Eligible seniors receive a weekly delivery of seven breakfasts and five frozen lunch/dinner entrées, a fresh salad and a fresh sandwich or wrap, supplemented by fresh fruit, juice, milk, bread, and other grocery items. Complete the intake process by contacting the Nutrition Coordinator at

(408) 350-3246.

District & Community Supports

For a comprehensive A-Z directory of services, programs and resources available to the community visit: information is updated periodically based on changes in school closure and COVID-19.

Distance Learning

Over 2,000 devices and hotspots have been distributed to students based on need. Please contact your school, principal, or teacher to request a device. To learn more about the instructional framework and resources visit

Meals & Food Distribution

To find a list of the nearest FMSD school site for meal distribution visit

Anyone under 18 can receive a free bagged breakfast and lunch, individuals do not have to be FMSD students and no proof of residency is required. Children do not have to be present to pick up meals. Families may also get meals at Eastside Union High School District all high school locations (Yerba Buena HS and Andrew Hill HS are in the FMSD area).

Access the Schedule for the Mobile Produce and Food Pantry Programs in FMSD at:

Housing Resources

The City of San Jose, the County of Santa Clara, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, and Destination Home have announced that they have created a fund to assist our lowest income individuals with housing assistance.Residents can receive up to $4,000 throughout this emergency declaration. Residents are encouraged to apply online over the phone. The website is Phone number is: 408-780-9134.

Second Harvest

Food Bank

Call 1-800-984-3663 to find nearest location/resources Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Staff speaks English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin and Tagalog. Three-way interpretation available for other languages. After hours – Call 211. It’s free, confidential and available 24/7 in multiple languages. Operated by United Way Bay Area.

Domestic Violence Resources Emergency shelter and 24-hour crisis line remain open. If anyone needs our help, they are asked to call (408) 279-2962

Paid for by Maimona Afzal Berta for School Board 2020 

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