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Faculty & Staff Resources

If you are an IVC faculty or staff member who is in need of services or support during this time, please see the following list of services available from the South Orange County Community College District, Irvine Valley College, and the community.


Return to Work Guidelines:

The District's Information on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response website contains Employees’ Return to Work Guidelines, FAQs for employees, Board or Trustees actions, and district-wide communication, and other resources.


Resources from the District and IVC:

Please remember that the District provides the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and our Health and Wellness Center (HWC) staff also want to support you, as well as your students. Please take note of the many events and workshops planned by our HWC staff, and you can always share with students the Ask a Nurse Hotline: 949-451-5687. The HWC center is available via phone and Zoom conference for currently registered IVC students.

Technical support is available to faculty and staff to assist with working and teaching from home. Through the Ivanti checkout system, Technology Services has the ability to assist staff with needs such as laptops, monitors, headsets, webcams, and software support.

These are incredibly stressful times and we understand financial resources may be stretched due to circumstances beyond our control. The Irvine Valley College Foundation is accepting applications for emergency grants through the IVC Emergency Relief Fund.


Resources from the Community


General

  • IVC's Basic Needs Resource: A comprehensive list of resources in our community, covering food, housing, medical, mental health, and more.


Food and Basic Needs



Medical



Mental Health



Housing



K-12 Learning/Resources for Kids

  • Stand Up for Kids: If you are experiencing homelessness in the Orange County area and are between the ages of 12 and 24, please call the Stand Up for Kids hotline at (714) 356-5437
  • Women, Infants, Children (WIC): provides supplemental foods, nutrition, education, and referrals to health care at no cost to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5
  • Curiosity Kids: offers educational video content for kids for $12/year (COVID-19 special)
  • Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: bestselling children’s book Illustrator hosts free coloring lessons for kids
  • PE with Joe Wicks: free fun video workouts for kids
  • StorylineOnline: Free during COVID-19; celebrities reading stories to children


Unemployment



Immigration and Undocumented Resources

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