Child and Family Resources
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Child and Family Resources and Information
University of California Programs
Academic and Staff Assistance Program - ASAP offers confidential, cost free assessment, intervention consultation and referral services to all.
Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) - Retirement information, support and assistance.
UC Systemwide Emergency Loans: Employees who are seeking an emergency loan or have questions about emergency loans should contact one of our two contracted partners: University Credit Union
(800) UCU-4510 (800-828-4510)
UC Retirement Savings Program Loan -Loans & Withdrawals from Retirement Savings Program Plans: If you are financially impacted by COVID-19, the CARES Act has extended access to loans and withdrawals from such plans as your UC 403(b) plan, 457(b) plan, or voluntary Defined Contribution Plan (DCP) account.
ARAG Emergency Legal Services - Legal Now is a new program ARAG began offering earlier this year.
ERIT Program - Employees have a voluntary reduction in time program available to allow flexibility in their work schedule.
Sittercity - UC Offers family care services. Need to find someone to help your family during the workday, weekends, or after school? Your Bright Horizons® benefit gives you free access to Sittercity's extensive database of babysitters, nannies, elder companions, pet sitters, and housekeepers
Local and Community Programs
Government Resources - The State of California has recently launched a portal to track care providers who are open. The site offers information to parents seeking care.
Child Development Centers - Many Child Development Centers are open and may offer subsidized care to those who qualify.
Aunt Bertha - A local community program. Find free and reduced-cost programs in your area that provide food, SAP Resources, housing, job training, emergency support, and more.