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 Vaccination, Testing, and Treatment
If you need medical attention and don't have health insurance or a regular doctor, call the County's Patient Access Department at 866-967-4677 for assistance.
For other inquiries to the Public Health Department, review the Public Health Department 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.
If your employer is not complying with business requirements to operate, call 866-870-7725.
Businesses: Inquiries about Safe Operations
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.
Schools: Inquiries about Safe Operations
For inquiries related to schools, including childcare, daycare, kindergarten, and K-12, call the Santa Clara County Office of Education Hotline at (408)-453-6819.
Isolation and Quarantine Support Program (Hotel Placement)
If you test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed, we can help you and your family to stay safe and to reduce and eliminate the spread of COVID-19. The County of Santa Clara Isolation and Quarantine Support Program provides:
- A motel room with clean linens and laundry service
Motel with supportive services for cases and contacts who cannot safely isolate or quarantine at home or who do not have a home. At this hotel, the County offers limited case management services, three meals per day, and laundry services.
NOTE: As of March 31, 2022, the COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Support Program is no longer accepting applications for groceries, household, and baby item delivery or financial assistance. If you have a question regarding a previously submitted application, please email [email protected].
Who to Call and What to Expect
If you test positive for COVID-19 and may need hotel assistance, please call:
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
1 (408) 278-6420
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
1 (669) 369-1309
Saturday - Sunday
8:30 AM - 8:00 PM
1 (669) 369-1309
Monday - Sunday after 8:00 PM, please leave a message and we will return your call the following morning.
Leave a voicemail in the language you are most comfortable speaking.
Other Community Resources
The Santa Clara County Emergency Financial Assistance Network (EAN)
Homelessness Prevention System (HPS)
Bill Wilson Shelter Hotline
General Assistance or General Relief (GA/GR) Program
Meals on Wheels
Second Harvest Food Bank
|Immigration Legal Services
1 (408) 944-0691
The Immigration and Legal Services (ILS) of Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County was established in 1976 in response to the growing number of immigrants moving to the Bay Area. Program staff are committed to helping individuals understand the immigration law and to know their rights under the law. The program provides a broad range of immigration counseling and representation to immigrants and their families.
|County of Santa Clara Office of Labor Standards Enforcement
1 (866) 870-7725
The Office of Labor Standards Enforcement can assist with enforcement of business requirements to operate as well as provide information on benefits for workers impacted by COVID-19. Contact the Office to see if you qualify for a program that can cover a portion of your lost wages due to COVID-19.
|Landlord/Tenant Legal Aid at Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
1 (408) 280-2424
Our Housing Program provides free legal advice and representation on housing-related matters to low-income families and individuals in Santa Clara County.
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