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Covid
Covid
Jo Boucher
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
What you need to know about COVID-19
 01/10/2021
To Prevent COVID
      Wear a facemask Stay 6 feet apart Stay at home when Avoid large Travel only if needed sick gatherings
   Symptoms of COVID-19
        Cough
Headache
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Fever
Sore throat
New loss of smell or taste
Muscle pain
Additional symptoms:
• Chills
• Runny nose
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Diarrhea
   SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION IF YOU HAVE:
• Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
• New confusion
• Inability to wake up or stay awake
• Bluish lips or face
• Difficulty/trouble breathing
 Symptoms can range from mild to severe illness and appear 2 to 14 days after you are exposed to the virus that caused COVID-19.
 What to do if you have the virus or been exposed to COVID-19
 For Cases– People diagnosed with COVID-19
• Stay at home for 10 days after you start feeling sick, or for 10 days after your positive test if you don’t feel sick
• Treat yourself with over-the-counter remedies to reduce your symptoms, drink plenty of fluids and get plenty of rest
• Stay away from the rest of your household members and do not go out in public – including going to the grocery store, gas stations or other public areas
• Do not get retested – your test may remain positive for some time, but most people cannot infect others after 10 days
  If you live with others, stay in a specific “sick room” or area away from other people or animals, including pets. Use a mask if you need to go out of your room and clean any shared spaces between uses. Use a separate bathroom if available.
     For Contacts; People who have been around someone with COVID-19
• Stay at home for at least 10 days after your last contact with the sick person
• Do not go out in public – including going to the grocery store, gas stations or other public areas
• Watch for symptoms and get tested right away if you have any symptoms
• Even if you don’t develop symptoms, get tested at least 8-9 days after your last contact with the sick person to make sure you are not infected
   
 01/10/2021
 NEED HELP? CONTACT US!
 FOOD SERVICES: LOCAL AND STATE SPONSORED
Sonoma County:
• Food for Thought - 707-887-1647
• Pandemic EBT - 877-328-9677
• Redwood Empire Food Bank - 707-523-7903
• Catholic Charities - 707-528-8712
• Living Room - 707-579-0138
• Ceres Community Project - 707-829-5833, ext. 201 • Santa Rosa City Schools - 707-890-3807
60 + Food Services
• Council on Aging - 707-525-0143
• Petaluma People Service Center - 707-765-8488
• Coastal Senior Meals to Go - 707-882-2137 or 707-882-2237
West Sonoma County
• River Coast Children’s Services - 707-869-3613
   North Sonoma County
• Corazon Healdsburg - 707-395-0938
• Windsor Service Alliance Food Pantry - 707-838-6947
Sonoma Valley
• Friends in Sonoma Helping - 707-996-0111
• La Luz Center - 707-938-5131
• Food For All- Available via email or Facebook only
o svcomidaparatodos@gmail.com
o facebook.com/FoodForAllComidaParaTodos Santa Rosa
• Via Esperanza - 707-481-1781
Federal
• CalFresh - 1-877-847-3663
• WIC (Women, Infant, Children) - 707-565-6590
     FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (*Resources are limited, call for more information*)
 Re-Housing & Eviction Protections
• Nations Finest - 707-578-8387
• Sonoma County Tenant Union - 707-387-1968
• Sonoma County COVID-19 Eviction Defense Ordinance -
707-528-9941
  Utility Support
• Salvation Army - 707-542-0981
• Northern Coast Energy Services - 707-495-4417 • Reach for Homes - 707-433-6161
Additional Assistance
• Unemployment - 1-800-300-5616
• Paid Family Leave Claim - 1-877-238-4373
• CURA Project – 707-309-8972
• Call 211
   ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
 Infant and Child Care Supplies and Services
• 4C’s Child Care - 707-544-3077 x. 132
• Child Parent Institute - 707-585-6108
• Better Beginnings - 707-902-3031 Mental Health Services
• Sonoma County Secure Families Collaborative - 707-819- 2272
• Mental Health Support - 707-565-6900
• Sonoma County Warm Line - 707-565-2652
Crisis Hotline
• Suicide Prevention - 855-587-6373
• Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline - 707-546-1234 Housing support for Isolation and Quarantine
• Alternative care site - 707-791-0059
Recovery Services
• Alcoholics Anonymous - 707-544-1300
• Narcotics Anonymous - 818-773-9999 x771
• Al-Anon - 1-888-425-2666
• Life Ring (non-religious based recovery) - 1-800-811-4142 Counseling
• Family Justice Center - 707-565-8255
• Men Evolving Non-Violently (M.E.N.) - 707-528-2636
       Legal Aid
• Legal Aid of Sonoma County - 707-872-7076 (has Disaster Relief Team helping people with employment-related issues affected by COVID-19
• Sonoma Immigrant Services - 707-996-6669
• California Rural Legal Assistance - 1-800-357-9513
Community Medical Clinics (* May include dental services)
• *Santa Rosa Community Health Center - 707-358-6809
• *Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc.- 707-521-4500 • *Russian River Health Center - 707-869-2849
• *Petaluma Health Center - 707-559-7500
• *Alliance Medical Center - 707-433-5494
• *Alexander Valley Healthcare - 707-894-4229
• *Sonoma Valley Community Health Center - 707-939-6070 • Jewish Community Free Clinic - 707-585-7780
• *Gravenstein Community Health Center - 707-823-3166
• *Occidental Area Health Center- 707-874-2444
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