Back to School Resources for L.A. County
For many students and their families, school is either already back in session or is starting up in the next few weeks. The school year looks much different this fall — but there are several resources available to families that should help make the transition a little easier.
The LA County Library has free homework help available from live, online tutors every day from noon to 10 p.m. K-12 students, college students, and adult learners are all eligible.
AT&T is offering low-cost Wi-Fi and free installation for families in need. For those navigating new devices or technology, the Los Angeles Unified School District has a hotline available at 213-443-1300 from 6 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday to help guide you through the process.
Finally, the LA County Department of Mental Health is offering comprehensive resources for those students, parents, and teachers who may need a little extra support during this difficult time.
LA Represents Continues to Provide FREE Legal Services During COVID-19 Crisis
LA Represents offers free legal services to assist individuals and small businesses with issues ranging from bankruptcy matters, commercial leases, domestic violence, consumer debt, employment law, and much more.
For more information visit Coronavirus.LACity.org/LARepresents.
Please remember to wear your face covering and physically distance when you are outside. We can #StoptheSpreadLB. Thank you for all you continue to do in order to stay safe and for thinking of others.