Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
One-stop listing for local services and resources
SLO County COVID-19 Resource List:
This new rapid response list developed and maintained by Monica Anderson, CAPSLO 2-1-1 Community Resource Specialist, compiles services and resources available while our community is responding to the coronavirus crisis. Topics include Basic Needs, Children, Seniors, Virus Related Information, and Social Media Resources, and include local financial assistance and food resources as well as many other useful items.
This "living document" is designed for viewing by providers working with the public rather than by the general public directly. It is a Google spreadsheet that anyone can view. To add or change listings, contact Monica Anderson at manderson <at> capslo.org.
Medical Access Updates
Noor Clinic: The Vision Clinic, Dental Clinic, and Paso Robles Medical Clinic are temporarily closed. The San Luis Obispo Medical Clinic has suspended all in-person visits until April 6 due to staff shortages. Current patients can arrange phone visits with providers and obtain prescription refills by calling (805) 439-1797.
CHC: Community Health Centers of the Central Coast is offering telephone visits for many types of appointments, for established patients. Patients interested in a telephone visit should request one when making an appointment.
Medi-Cal prescriptions: CenCal Health pharmacies will allow members to get an extra 30-day supply of most medications to help them shelter at home. For a list of pharmacies that deliver, information about mail order prescriptions, and basic information about COVID-19 to share with families, see: https://www.cencalhealth.org/coronavirus/
Health navigation: SLO County Public Health's Health Care Access team is still available by phone to help any county resident access and navigate health insurance and medical care. Contact Natalie Markis, Health Navigator at (805) 781-4815.
Last updated 3/31/20
Looking for more SLO County COVID-19-related health information?
Learn more by clicking below:
Download the Family Resource Center Directory and contact the appropriate Family Resource Center for help from an advocate or other staff member.
Family Resource Centers can help with non-medical needs too, such as food, clothing, and shelter.