COVID-19 Resource Directory

Report COVID-19 Concerns and Access Services

To report a concern about a business, school, or healthcare provider or to find a COVID-19 service, go to www.sccCOVIDconcerns.org​.​

COVID-19 Information and Services Available from 211

Call 2-1-1 to speak with an operator about programs and services to assist families in Santa Clara County.​

COVID-19 Business Call Center 

For any inquires related to your business or workplace operating under the current COVID-19 regulation in Santa Clara County​​​​​, call (408) 961-5500, Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm.​

Prefer To Message Us about COVID-19?

Contact the County about COVID-19, ​including questions about the Risk Reduction Order, Mandatory Industry Directives, and more.

Isolation & Quarantine Support Program

For support services in order to safely isolate or quarantine (including housing, transportation, meals, or other supports), call 408-808-7770 or visit Isolation and Quarantine Support Program

SCU Lightning Complex Fires Hotline

For information for evacuees due to the SCU Lightning Complex Fires, call 408-808-7778

Santa Clara County CAN Hotline

For COVID-19 Assistance Navigation for applying for unemployment insurance, disability, paid family lean and other safety net programs, call 408-809-2124 or email at [email protected]

Second Harvest Food Bank

For food assistance, call 1-800-984-3663

County's Joint Operations Center

For housing support, call 408-278-6420.

County of Santa Clara Office of Labor Standards Enforcement

If your employer is not complying with business requirements to operate or the Social Distancing Protocol, call 1-866-870-7725

County’s Patient Access Department

If you need health insurance, call 408-885-CARE

COVID-19 testing in the County

Visit the County Public Health Department website: www.sccfreetest.org.

To see if you qualify for a program that can cover a portion of your lost wages due to COVID-19 visit: sccfairworkplace.org or call 1-866-870-7725.

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