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Learn more about our COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response

The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted many lives, communities and businesses. To help contain the spread and minimize the impact of COVID-19, we have made some temporary changes and formed new partnerships to help the community during this tough time.

We are still here to support your health, well-being and safety.

Get The Care You Need

Through over-the-phone support, we’ll help you with:

  • Applying for health coverage (Medi-Cal, Covered CA)
  • Applying for CalFresh to help you buy nutritious foods
  • Finding a doctor
  • Scheduling health appointments
  • Arranging transportation to your appointments
  • And connecting to other resources in the community.

Please call us at 916-414-8333. We are available:

  • 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays
  • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

Resources and Relief

Help is available to support you with getting health, food and financial assistance.
Click the images below to view and download the resource guides.


City of Sacramento Covid-19 Programs

Sacramento County Resource Guide

Sacramento County Resource Guide
for Unsheltered Individuals

Supporting The Most Vulnerable

Since the start of the crisis, we moved quickly to meet the health and basic needs of those who couldn’t shelter in place.

Our work with Health Homes and Pathways to Health + Home continues to operate normally, along with additional support that we are providing to ensure individuals experiencing homelessness can still get the health, behavioral health and housing support they need.

Our team is in the field, on the ground, every day to:

  • Continue working with clients in achieving long-term housing stability
  • Coordinate e-consult telehealth for unsheltered clients in need of care
  • Provide help with SSI claims/applications
  • Deliver supplies to homeless service providers
  • And provide safety provisions to homeless encampments

Community Kitchen Project

In an innovative approach to prevent an outbreak among the most vulnerable in the community, we also came together with Solomon’s Delicatessen to make and deliver meals daily for our most medically fragile clients — unsheltered and newly housed.

Within 10 weeks of the project, we delivered over 21,000 meals. This Community Kitchen Project was made possible by our generous donors:

  • Dignity Health
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Sutter Health
  • The California Endowment
  • UC Davis Health
  • Union Pacific