COVID-19 Resources

 
 

Links for Assistance

  • Childcare
  • Financial
  • Food
  • Internet Access
  • Housing/Mortgage/Shelter
  • Seniors
  • Transportation

 

Mental Health/Counseling Assistance

 

Resources for Parents During COVID – 19

 

Local Government & School Changes During COVID-19

 

Ways to Volunteer During COVID-19

 


 Augusta Health’s COVID Care Call Center – 540.332.5122

Open Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  The call center is staffed by nurses who can answer questions and provide advice in a personal way to members of the community who are seeking guidance.

Where can I go for accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19?

 

 

CDC Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Augusta Health | Virginia Healthcare

Virginia Department of Health – COVID-19 & You
An interactive and personalized experience to help you find the information most important to YOU.

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities   (English)

COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities   (Spanish)

 

The Virginia Department of Health has released a checklist to help you take steps to lessen the impact of a severe coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on you and your family.

VDH Checklist for Individuals and Families (English)

VDH Checklist for Individuals and Families (Spanish)

Social distancing and quarantine may cause some concern for individuals, families and communities.  Here are some tips to manage these mitigating strategies during this time.

Tips for Social Distancing

 

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

 


Symptoms of COVID-19 included fever, cough, and shortness of breath.  Please remain vigilant to your own health and the health of your children. If you or your child experiences these symptoms, contact your local health care provider or the health department 332-7830.  Your doctor or health department staff will decide whether or not testing needs to occur or whether or not you or your child should be seen in person. Please contact your primary doctor or health department first to reduce the chance of viral transmission.  Please remember, individuals who are mildly ill may not need to be tested and should isolate (keep away from other people) and be taken care of at home.

What to do if you have confirmed or suspected coronavirus disease?

What to do if you were potentially exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus disease?

What to do if you are sick?