Fema Providing Financial Assistance for COVID-19
Related Funeral Expenses.
There may be financial assistance available to you from FEMA, if you have incurred funeral expenses for a loved one who passed due to COVID-19.
Please note that we are not able to apply on your behalf. Individuals must call directly to start an application. However, we will gladly furnish any paperwork that you may require. We can assist families with the application process, by ordering copies of a death certificate or providing copies of receipts or contracts showing the expenses that were incurred.
Please send email to email@example.com, subject line: FEMA.
In fact, no one can register you for FEMA Funeral Assistance but you. FEMA has received reports of scammers reaching out to people offering to register them for funeral benefits.
Before you call here is a Pre-Call checklist from FEMA to help get your documents and information in order: FEMA_Pre_Call_Checklist
Due to the evolving information surrounding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus), please keep visiting our website for up to date information.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) updated Friday, June 25, 2021
We have resumed regular operations in accordance with CDPH and CDC guidelines. We will continue to offer Livestreaming of Vigils, and the Funeral Mass from St. Mary Cemetery & Funeral Center Chapel without additional charges for those who can not attend a service in person.
We recommend the use of face masks at indoor services.
Saturday Mass has resumed at the following locations below. If you would like to add your loved ones name to our prayer list for the week please email firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line: Mass at (location).
St. Mary Cemetery & Funeral Center in St. Joseph Chapel 10 am
Calvary Cemetery & Funeral Center in the Mausoleum at 8:30 am (please note new time)
All Souls Cemetery & Funeral Center in the Mausoleum at 10 am