Housing for Harvest Program Available in Riverside and Santa Barbara Counties

  • Sep 14, 2020

The Housing for Harvest program provides safe, temporary hotel housing for agricultural workers who test positive, or were exposed to COVID-19. The program allows workers to self-isolate and receive quarantine support while protecting their loved ones and co-workers from possible exposure. Participants will not be asked about their immigration status.

To qualify the person must:

  • Work in California food processing or agriculture
  • Have tested positive or been exposed to COVID-19, as documented by a public health official or medical health professional
  • Be unable to self-isolate at home

The Riverside County program includes:

  • A free hotel room for up to 14 days
  • Free meals
  • Free transportation
  • Free wellness checks
  • Financial assistance

The Santa Barbara County program includes:

  • A free hotel room for up to 14 days
  • Free meals
  • Free transportation
  • Free wellness checks

Qualified persons can contact the Riverside County program at 888.863.3291 or campo@todec.org and the Santa Barbara County program at 805.325.5341.

English- and Spanish-language Housing for Harvest program posters are available in the right-hand navigation.

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