Need food assistance or transportation?
If you or someone you know is homebound or has restricted mobility and needs assistance with their day-to-day vital needs, we can help. Contact our Food and Transportation Assistance Program for more information about who's eligible and how to enlist our services.
All County COVID-19 Vaccine Sites Now Accepting Walk-Ups
The walk-up vaccines will be available while supplies last each day at that site.
When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated
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Black nurses bring vaccine to community centers, churches to target under-served people
The San Diego Black Nurses Association has vaccinated more than 1,100 in southeastern San Diego to address disparities.
THIS WEEK: Join Us for Making Herstory: "Women's Health is Women's History"
As we wrap up Women's History Month, join us while we reflect with the women who are leaving an impact on the healthcare industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, we are continuing to celebrate Women's History Month by highlighting Satia Austin, President of the North San Diego County NAACP.
THIS WEEK: Continuing to Celebrate Women History Month with Dr. Wilma Wooten
This week we are continuing to celebrate Women's History Month by highlighting Dr. Wilma J. Wooten and her recent video on common questions around the Covid vaccine. Lastly, find a San Diego County update on moving to Phase 1C of the vaccination distribution including those people ages 16-64 deemed to be at the very highest risk to get very sick from COVID-19.
THIS WEEK: The start of Women History Month with Dr. Suzanne Afflalo
This week we continue celebrating Black History Month. Don't forget to join Logan Heights' CDC conversation on Racism as a Public Health Crisis: Black Health and Wellness Thursday, February 18 @ 2:30 PM. Additionally, hear from two of our local nurses part of the Black community, President of San Diego Black Nurses Association Samantha Gambles and SDBNA COVID Task Force Chief Samantha Williams. Lastly, see last weeks highlight of Making Black History Today in honor and celebration of Black History Month: Dr. Kizzmekia S. Corbett.
Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Right now, high-risk, healthcare, education, emergency service, food/agriculture workers, and people 50+ are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.