Our agency is working diligently to ensure the health and safety of older adults sheltering in place within our communities. We will frequently update this website as new information and resources become available.
Looking for General COVID-19 Vaccine Information?
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You can register online or call (833) 422-4255 to register
you will be contacted when they are scheduling vaccines in your area
State Officials Announce Latest COVID-19 Facts
Medicare covers the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to you
FCC Launches Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
California COVID Rent Relief Program
Veterans who have established VA healthcare should call the facility where they receive treatment for information about getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Here are the numbers for some regional facilities:
Are you a renter? Watch the video below to learn about your rights during the pandemic.
Understanding Ageism and COVID-19
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Great Plates Delivered: Home Meals for Seniors
Great Plates Delivered has two purposes:
Help seniors and other adults at high risk from COVID-19 to stay home and stay healthy by delivering three nutritious meals a day, and
Provide essential economic stimulus to local businesses struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
Local programs are getting set up rapidly.
Want your restaurant to participate?
For a KCRA 3 news article regarding elder abuse
BEWARE OF MEDICAL SCAMS DURING COVID-19!
Use a credit card to make your donations. It’s the safest way to donate. Never donate giving out gift card numbers or using a wire transfer. If someone asks you to donate that way, you can be sure it’s a scam.
Always double check the name of the organization where you are sending your donation. Many fake charities pop up during times of national crisis. Often these fake charities use names similar to those of well-known organizations, but with one word different or the name slightly misspelled.
Remember to ask lots of questions. What’s the charity’s contact information? Do they have a website and physical address? How much of my donation will go to the program I want to help? How many people will the charity help? If donating locally is important to you, ask how the charity uses your donation in your area? If you get vague answers, move on from this questionable charity.
Beware of donation requests solicited through social media. Just because a friend liked it or shared it doesn’t mean it’s legitimate. Do your own research. Call your friends or contact them offline to ask them about the charity.
Confirm your donation is tax deductible. You can use the IRS’s Tax Exemption Organization Search (https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/tax-exempt-organization-search) to verify. Know that donations to individuals are not tax deductible.
Click the box to read a press release regarding medical scams related to COVID-19
For the California Coronavirus Response, call 1-833-544-2374
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For a CDC guide on self-checking for coronavirus, click the image below
For A Medicare Scam Alert from the Social Security Administration, click the image below
For FEMA'S Coronavirus Rumor Control Website
For a press release from the Yolo County District Attorney's office regarding Fraudulent Loan Modification and Loan Rescue Scams
Shopping Resources for seniors
Save Mart - 6-9am Tuesdays & Thursdays
Safeway - 7-9am Tuesdays & Thursdays
Whole Foods - 1 Hour Before Opening
Dollar General - 1st Hour After Opening
Target - 1st Hour on Wednesdays
For more information regarding avoiding coronavirus scams
Walgreens resources for seniors
Senior shopping 8-9am every Tuesday
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