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Operating Grocery Stores

The below map shows various grocery stores in Costa Mesa that remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses are listed with their modified operating hours and any special senior hours. If you do not see your business listed, please contact constituentservices@costamesaca.gov to be added to the list.


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Donation Sites

If you would like to volunteer or make donations of food or other needed items, please contact any of the organizations listed below, or fill out the Donor Request Form and send it to covid19.donations@costamesaca.gov. Please do not deliver items to city facilities. Please wait for City staff to contact you regarding your donation.

 Agency Description  Contact  Hours Address 
Someone Cares Soup Kitchen Provides hot meals.

Shannon Santos

shannon@someonecareskitchen.org

M-F: 9 AM - 3 PM

Weekends: 7:30 AM - 12 PM

720 W. 19th Street 
Share Our Selves (SOS) Bagged food given out.

Michael McGlinn

mmcglinn@shareourselves.org

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 1550 Superior Avenue
Trellis & Fresh Beginnings Ministry (FBM) Online requests for food or household items delivered to homes for those impacted by shutdown.

See their website

https://freshbeginningsministries.com/community-partnerships

Flexible  
Trellis Check-In Center Walk-up food requests.

John Begin

john@wearetrellis.com

M-F: 6:00 - 7:30 AM, 6:00 - 7:30 PM

Sat: 7 - 10 AM, 6:30 - 7:30 PM

2115 Newport Boulevard

*Please note: Donations from Restaurants can be made to Waste Not OC.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What are essential needs? Do I need to stay at home?

How can I support local businesses? Where can I report price gouging?
 

Are City parks open?

What is reStore Costa Mesa
What is the status of rent moratoriums in the City?
  I heard Costa Mesa is in Stage 2 of reopening. What is open?
 

 

 Other Resources

General Resources

211 OC

Hoag
Patient and Community Education
Virtual and Livestreamed Classes

Affordable Internet Resources

 KEEP AMERICANS CONNECTED
  • Keep Americans Connected  The FCC initiative helps ensure Americans do not lose their connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis. 700+ internet and phone companies have joined the initiative.  Please check their website for the most current information.

SEARCH FOR LOW-COST OR FREE INTERNET IN YOUR AREA

  • EveryoneOn  Enter your location and this site will provide low-cost internet and computer options in your area.
  • 211OC  This local non-profit provides internet options in our communities.

COVID-19 RESPONSE: TIME-SENSITIVE OFFERS AND RESOURCES FROM INTERNET AND PHONE PROVIDERS

  • AT&T  Resources and offers for students, first responders, and parents
  • Charter Spectrum  Offers for educators and families with students
  • Comcast Internet Essentials  Affordable at-home internet for households
  • Cox   Resources and offers for students, families, and educators
  • Sprint  Offers on Data Allowance
  • T-Mobile  Offers on Data Allowance
  • Verizon   Offers on Data Allowance

Source: OC Public Libraries, Stay Connected OC

Addiction Treatment Resources

Patch CCM
(323) 205-7088
intake@pathccm.com

Family Resources

Human Options
Domestic Hotline: (877) 854-3594

Newport Mesa Family Resource Center
(949) 764-8100

Women's Transitional Living Center (WTLC)
24-Hour Helpline: (877) 531-5522
info@wtlc.org

Homeless Resources

Network for Homeless Solutions
Hotline: (714) 754-5346
costamesanhs@costamesaca.gov

CASA Youth Shelter
Hotline: 800-914-CASA (2272)
View the CASA Shelter Flyer

Senior Resources

Office on Aging - Orange County
1 (800) 510-2020