Click the image below to watch San Joaquin County Public Health Officer, Dr. Maggie Park, provide information on COVID-19 testing. Or visit there YouTube channel.
You may qualify for local COVID-19 testing. Don’t wait, check it out NOW.
For more information visit: https://www.projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/
We came across some of these family fun ideas and wanted to share them with you. Let us know if you do any of these activities and how it went.
10 Disney Zumba Videos
How about taking some free art classes?
Make some Puffy Sidewalk Paint!
Check Out Joe Wicks Kids Workouts on YouTube
Create Your Own 2020 COVID Time Capsule
Have some of your own ideas? Make sure you share them with us.
Dr. Samir Gupta explains why most people are better off washing their hands with soap and water than wearing gloves for protection against COVID-19.
If you use this to make some masks... Make sure you come back and share your creations!!!
Let's keep our minds charged and growing. SJ County of Education has provided a Learning Outside the Classroom Resource for you. We hope this helps you out.
SJ County Resources
Are you wondering where Mobile Fresh will be this month?
Here is the calendar and a few new guidelines:
1. Please do not arrive more than 1 hour before the scheduled time.
2. Maintain a 6ft distance between each other we will not start until everyone is properly spaced.
3. We are transitioning as many of our sites to minimal contact please listen to the staff and volunteers for direction and remain patient.
4. All sites are first come first served we will serve from 9am until the food runs out.
Because of the CoronaVirus, there may be some disruptions or changes in times, services, and locations for many of our local food pantry partners. Please bookmark this post to stay updated on which pantries are currently open.
To insure the health and safety of the many volunteers that help provide food at our local agencies. Some may need to be closed for a short time until they are in a position to safely reopen. This page will be used to update you on available pantries we are partnered with.
We will continue to provide other locations and updates on our main news page for other services and locations that are available to those that need assistance. Make sure you visit and check back often. We will always recommend you visit http://www.211.org/ for help too.
You can use the button below to get a list of available pantries. Please make sure you call before visiting. A pantry may have to end services, change services, or change locations faster than we can update this page.
Make sure you share and post this as often as you can so as many people as possible can get the help they need when they need it.
STANISLAUS COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Information & Assistance (209) 558-8698
Although Stanislaus County Senior and Community Centers are closed to the public, many are serving as distribution centers of frozen meal packs to replace the closing senior congregate lunch program. Starting Monday, March 23rd, Seniors 60 or older, that want to go to one of the following senior or community centers listed below may register to pick up a 5-pack box of Sun Frozen meals. They need to call the Senior Information Line to reserve.
Call the Senior Information Line to learn more (209) 558-8698
Riverbank Community Center
3600 Santa Fe Street, Riverbank
Grayson United Community Center
8900 Laird Street, Grayson
Oakdale Senior Center
East A Street, Oakdale
718 Tuolumne Road, Modesto
Modesto Senior Center
211 Bodem Street, Modesto
Hughson Community Center
2307 4th Street, Hughson
Hammon Senior Center – Patterson
1033 W. Las Palmas, Patterson
3500 Coffee Road, Modesto
United Samaritan Foundation
Turlock, (Available upon request)
Home Delivered Meals:
There is no current charge to the weekly delivery of a frozen 5-pack box of meals to homebound seniors 60 or older. The priority for this on-going weekly delivery of frozen meals is for homebound (cannot drive) live alone seniors, that have limited if any shopping/cooking help. Homebound spouse &/or disabled adult child residing with them may also be eligible.
Call the senior information line to check eligibility to apply for long term home delivered meals.
Note: Each box contains 5 frozen entrees, milk juice or fruit cup and a mini loaf of bread.