California Social Resource Database (CSRD), previously known as CaliResources, is an organization dedicated to helping those affected by this pandemic. Their resource database serves to provide information for residents in search of food, employment, housing, education, utility, and other services specific to Contra Costa and other counties in California.
CSRD is the work of creator and Chief Executive Officer Jay Doshi, a 17-year-old third-year undergraduate student studying biology and public health at Cornell University, along with Chief Operating Officer Richa Shah, currently studying psychology at Scripps College. They’ve made their work available to us and to the residents of Contra Costa County.
The database provides comprehensive information on food banks, community health clinics, emergency shelters, educational opportunities, employment services, and much more.
It will be updated every two weeks.
You can find more information on CaliResources on their website.