COVID-19 Information

The African American Community Service Agency

Strength in Unity since 1978

COVID-19 Project

The African American Community Service Agency in partnership with community first, nonprofits, government, and corporations to slow, stop, and prevent the spread of Covid-19.Our team put together content, videos, and links below.

Please review the various sites for information.  You have the liberty to contact our dynamic AACSA team for support at info@sjaacsa.org or (408) 292-3157

AACSA Offers:

  • Information and Resources
  • Rides to vaccine appointment
  • Mental Health support
  • PPE (mask, hand sanitizer, gloves)
  • Food
  • Financial support
The African American Community Service Agency has been dedicated to serving Santa Clara County for 43 years and counting. We are committed to identifying our community’s needs and going above and beyond to meet them. During the COVID-19 crisis, our staff and volunteers worked tirelessly to make sure our community had the resources that they needed by expanding our CARES program to provide over 26,000 individuals and families with emergency food baskets, toiletries, mental health services, technology and more.

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

Videos

Coivd-19 2nd Town Hall

California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris joins a team of African American doctors, public health representatives, and community leaders from all over the Bay Area discussing the latest news and resources about COVID-19 and the vaccines.

County of Santa Clara Breakout Sessions

This webinar is the first in a series of messaging and cross county collaboration of Bay Area, African/African-Ancestry communities, on co-creating racially and culturally specific Covid19 survival solutions for our own communities’ longevity.

Our Work

Family Fun Friday (FAMILY COVID Discussion)

Partners

Kaiser Permanente

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

State of California

County of Santa Clara

City of San Jose

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