The WorkLife Office and campus partners offer several grant programs and resources that are available to support you now and beyond the pandemic: Child Care Assistance Grant Program (link is external): New as of March 1, the Child Care…Read full answer about What grants and financial resources are available to support my family and childcare needs?
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The COVID-19 Qualified Disaster Relief Program provides financial assistance to employees of Stanford University affected by the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. The program covers up to $1,000 of eligible necessary unreimbursed expenses incurred as a result of the federally declared emergency, and…Read full answer about What is the COVID-19 Qualified Disaster Relief Program and who is eligible to apply?
If you are symptomatic, Stanford physicians, clinicians, medical students, and postdocs who work in patient care areas and perform clinical research in a medical setting may contact Stanford Hospital Occupational Health Services. Individuals who meet the testing criteria (e.g. symptoms: fever, shortness…Read full answer about Where can I get tested if I work at the hospital or clinic?
Bechtel International Center has posted FAQ and is ready to assist individual students...Read full answer about Where can I find information about international student and scholar concerns?
If you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed...Read full answer about I’m worried about my overall well-being and prevention strategies. How can I manage stress during this time?
All Vaden operations remain open. Counseling and Psychological Services, the Confidential Support Team, and Weiland Health Initiative are in the process of adding an option for Zoom services, at least for students located in California. Details are being worked out at this…Read full answer about Will Vaden remain open?
You should reduce your contact with others, including avoiding coming to campus, if you are sick or if you have had close contact with someone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 or is exhibiting symptoms. Graduate students should consult…Read full answer about I’m a grad student/postdoc. What should I do if I am not feeling well?
Yes. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is offering telehealth services and/or clinicians may be able to help you access care in your location. In response to COVID-19, Vaden is now offering a comprehensive listing of well-being resources.Read full answer about Are mental health services available to students?
Contact your regular healthcare provider for guidance. Vaden Health Services asks all students seeking medical services to call 650-498-2336 and speak with a medical professional before heading to the clinic to keep patients and providers safe. More information is posted…Read full answer about What should students do if they are feeling ill with COVID symptoms?
You may be eligible for Unemployment Insurance (UI), including enhanced UI benefits that are part of the federal CARES Act. More information on UI and other resources available for workers is available at labor.ca.gov/coronavirus2019. Eligibility for UI benefits is determined…Read full answer about I am a temporary or contingent employee and I have fewer hours or no hours scheduled due COVID-19 related reduction in work. Am I eligible for unemployment?