Comprehensive, digestible one-pagers that cover various resource topics, available to print and download for free.
Medi-Cal/Medicare | Recursos para los Adultos Mayores | Salud de Mujeres |
Recursos Dental y de Vision | Recursos de Salud Mental (LGBT, Abuso de Substancias, y Salud Conductual)
Below is a list of resources for patients looking for supplemental resources or information related to COVID-19. For the latest COVID-19 related California updates, visit covid19.ca.gov.
We have collated information and some potential resources that may be beneficial to you and your family during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that you can access below.
Below is a free brochure on COVID-19 resources tailored to patients, along with a link to PHASE, which is an online, searchable database that streamlines the process of finding accessible resources.
We hope that you are all staying safe and social distancing.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: How to Protect Yourself & What to Do if You are Sick
New York Times: Instructions on Sewing a Cloth Face Mask
“11 Things You Can Do To Manage Your Coronavirus Anxiety” from a licensed social worker
State of California: Information on Stay-at-Home Order, How to Access Emergency Food Resources, Unemployment Insurance and Small Business Support, and Mental and Emotional Health
Finding Replacement Healthcare Coverage: California | United States Government, including information on COBRA (which requires employers to extend temporary group health insurance to departing employees)
Employment Development Department of California: Instructions for Applying for California Unemployment Insurance
County Specific Resources
Los Angeles County: Health Officer Orders and Face Covering/Social Distancing Guidelines | LACDPH
Ventura County: Health Officer Orders and Current Information
Orange County: Health Officer Orders, Testing and Mental Health Resources, and Homeless Support | OC Health Agency
Riverside County: Health Officer Orders, COVID-19 Data, and Resources
San Diego County: Health Officer Orders, Mental Health Resources, and Support | SD HHSA