Protecting Public Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic:
PHI Response & Resources
Click on the link below to view the full list of PHI resources on COVID-19. We also recommend for COVID-19 updates, please continue to consult the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization WHO.
During this time of change and uncertainty, many families are dealing with more stress than normal. It’s so important to help families find ways to cope to not only improve their emotional health but physical health too.
These Stress Playbooks provide some best practices on minimizing stress.
COVID-19: Family Violence Hotlines and Resources
CA COVID-19 Response - Resources for emotional support and well-being
CA Partnership to End Domestic Violence (CPEDV) - List of Domestic Violence Organizations in CA for safety planning and direct services
The National Domestic Violence Hotline or 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224
The National Teen Dating Helpline at 1-866-331-9474
CA Coalition Against Sexual Assault list of agencies, searchable by county
How to seek help online for those sheltering at home with an abuser (PDF)
Comunicación directa y recursos para la violencia doméstica
Asesor General de Salud Pública de California: Recursos para el apoyo emocional y el bienestar
La Línea Nacional Contra la Violencia Doméstica a 1-800-799-7233
Loveisrespect.org a 1-866-331-9474
COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide
USDA and its Federal partners have programs that can be used to provide immediate and long-term assistance to rural communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. These programs can support recovery efforts for rural residents, businesses and communities through:
• technical, training, and management assistance;
• financial assistance; and
• state and local assistance.
This resource matrix organizes funding opportunities identified in the CARES Act and other federal resources that can help support rural America.
Opportunities are categorized by customer and assistance type.
For more information on the immediate actions USDA is taking to respond to COVID-19, visit usda.gov/coronavirus.
See this resource
COVID-19 Materials Developed for Tribal Use
The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health and Indian Health Service are working together to produce relevant materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute.
See this resource
Economic impact payments: What you need to know
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today announced that distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three weeks and will be distributed automatically, with no action required for most people. However, some taxpayers who typically do not file returns will need to submit a simple tax return to receive the economic impact payment.
Learn more here
FREE RURAL HEALTH COVID-19 "CALL FIRST" COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT
As rural health leaders, you've been working diligently on communications regarding important issues such as social distancing, hand washing and overall messaging around practices to flatten the curve. An additional concern is taking all steps possible to not overburden our rural health facilities, while demonstrating leadership in our communities to promote a sense of vigilance, but also an environment of security and calmness.
In this spirit, NRHA through donated services of partner Legato Healthcare Marketing, is providing NRHA members free access to a communications toolkit -- designed to allow customization and branding for your facility -- with messaging focused on:
Calling first to determine if someone should be seen
Your rural hospital/clinic taking a leadership role to protect your community
These materials are based on CDC messaging and guidance from a national rural health taskforce.
Sheltering in Place: ACEs-Informed Tips for Self-Care During a Pandemic
While focusing on self-care might seem overwhelming right now, there are a few easy ways to incorporate self-care into each day. Even focusing on just one practice each day, we may regain a sense of empowerment in the midst of this chaotic time knowing that we have taken steps to take care of ourselves, which also better equips us to take care of others.
10 ways to avoid ACEs (during the pandemic)
How can we reduce ACEs and toxic stress during the COVID-19 pandemic? Using HOPE, as a guide, here are 10 suggestions to reduce ACEs now.
Health Care Toolbox
Addressing the psychological and emotional impact of the COVID 19 pandemic for children, families, and healthcare staff.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in California
California Coronavirus Response Toolkit: Learn how you can take action to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response: COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. Visit the state's official response website.
EDD & Coronavirus Resources: The EDD provides a variety of support services to individuals affected by COVID-19 in California.
First 5 Association Resources
The following are resources to help families, children and communities in California cope with and understand the COVID-19 pandemic and response.
Coronavirus Grant Request | No Kid Hungry
No Kid Hungry is offering emergency grants to support local school districts and nonprofit organizations in their efforts to ensure kids get the nutritious food they need. For more information click on the resource link below.
American Heart Association
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources You Can Use
Voices for Healthy Kids is fortunate to be connected to many great organizations on the front lines of helping individuals and communities manage through the coronavirus. For more information click on the resource link below.
Health Information & Expert Guidance
(This resource list came from the CalFresh Healthy Living, UC State Office)
UC ANR Safety website: This site contains information and updates for work, travel, and telecommuting for UC ANR employees.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): Go-to national information source for the latest news, guidance, and resources
Steps to prevent illness (CDC): Information on how to clean and disinfect surfaces, link to approved disinfectants, and how to make your own spray with bleach.
World Health Organization (WHO): Go-to international information sources for the latest news, guidance, and resources.
American Heart Association: List of resources related to heart health and go-to pages from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC.
Unidos: Tips to protect yourself and identify symptoms and a list of resources for more information.
National Alliance for Hispanic Health: bilingual information on the virus.
We also recommend that you visit your state and local public health departments’ and local school district websites and social media pages for the latest guidance in your area.