Housing for the Harvest
Housing for the Harvest offers temporary hotel housing to agricultural workers who need to isolate due to COVID-19. The program allows positive or exposed workers to protect their loved ones and coworkers by giving them a safe space to self-isolate. Here's how it works: The state secures hotel rooms, while local governments identify administrators to manage the program and local community organizations provide additional services, like meals. Participating counties include Fresno, Kings, Riverside, Santa Barbara, San Joaquin and Tulare. Counties or community organizations interested in becoming a regional administrator can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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PSA for Indigenous Languages
Share this PSA in your community. It has been recorded in these languages: Zapoteco, Triqui, Chatino, Tlapaneco, Mixteco from San Miguel Cuevas, and Mixteco from Vicente Guerrero, Metlatónoc, Guerrero, as well as Spanish.
Get the word out about Housing for the Harvest in your community. Share these talking points with community champions.
Talking Points (English) (PDF)
Talking Points (Spanish) (PDF)
Counties participating in Housing for the Harvest receive a personalized flyer, as shown here, for promoting the program in the community.
Santa Barbara County (English) (PDF)
Santa Barbara County (Spanish) (PDF)