COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources


There are things that everyone can do to reduce the risk of getting COVID-19. According to the CDC, the steps below can help you avoid getting and spreading the disease.

  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Spend time outdoors
  • Wear a mask in crowded or high-risk settings
  • Avoid coming in contact with people who are sick with COVID-19 and get tested, if needed

Click here for additional tips from the CDC on how to stay safe from COVID-19.

Please be aware that masks are state-mandated in healthcare facilities. Masks are still required to be worn at all San Ysidro Health clinics and sites.

COVID-19 Resource Center

Have you been affected by COVID-19?

Please call San Ysidro Health’s COVID-19 Resource Center at (619) 662-4100, extension 2678 for more information and available resources. Our services are free and open to all San Ysidro Health patients and community members.

We can help you with:

  • COVID-19 vaccine scheduling assistance
  • COVID-19 testing information, including what to do if you have symptoms or had contact with someone with COVID-19
  • Information about how to prevent COVID-19 spreading in our community
  • Information about financial assistance, housing, food, and other resources if you or a family member have COVID-19
  • By making sure you have a primary care doctor to get the right guidance in case you get sick
  • And more!

Hours of Operation:

Monday and Fridays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Wednesday 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Read our flyer for more information.

Behavioral Health

Right now, it’s especially important to care for the whole you — mind, body, and spirit. We have resources to help your physical and mental health.

Make an appointment with one of our Behavioral Health Specialists by calling or texting (619) 662-4100.

Domestic Violence

Staying home can help slow the spread of COVID-19, but it may not feel safe for those experiencing domestic violence. Stress and uncertainty during these times, as well as limited access to help in your community, can make existing abuse worse — or lead to new family violence.

If you feel there’s immediate danger, please call 911 right away.

Domestic violence includes abuse that can be emotional, physical, financial, and/or sexual. And it can look different for everyone. It’s important to remember that it isn’t your fault, and you shouldn’t feel ashamed for seeking help. If you’re not sure your home is a safe place for you or your family, here are some common signs:

  • You feel stressed or worried about your safety or your children’s safety at home.
  • You’re afraid of your partner or family member.
  • You or your children have been physically hurt or threatened, or the severity or frequency of violence has escalated.
  • Your partner or family member restricts your access to food, medication, transportation, money, connections with your family and friends, or other activities, even at home.

If any of the above is happening to you or someone you love, you can:

  • Contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline for immediate help in over 200 languages. Call 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233) or visit
  • Call your San Ysidro Health provider to be referred to one of our Behavioral Health Specialists. For non-urgent appointments, please call or text (619) 662-4100.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please visit the San Diego County Public Health webpage by clicking the link here to get answers to frequently asked questions in multiple languages.

Information on the County response can be found by following the link here.

COVID-19 Resources

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