Long- COVID Resources
At TCCAP, we strive to address the unique healthcare challenges faced by rural communities. One pressing concern is the impact of long COVID on individuals our local Glenn and Colusa Community.
Long COVID refers to ongoing symptoms experienced by individuals even after recovering from acute COVID-19. Rural communities often grapple with limited healthcare infrastructure, shortages of healthcare providers, and difficulties accessing specialized care. Follow the resources to the right for more details on protecting yourself and your community from Long COVID.
What have we learned about COVID-19?
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has collected the most recent guidelines and definitions for COVID-19 safety information for home, work, school and social interactions.
Have COVID-19 Symptoms?
If you test positive for COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms can help you determine your isolation timeline
Exposed to COVID-19?
Even if you do not have symptoms, if you have been exposed to COVID-19 the following link has guidelines and suggestions on ways to keep yourself and others safe.
Get locations of pharmacies and facilities providing COVID-19 treatment. Many conditions qualify adults and children for treatment.
California Department of Public Health COVID-19 Guidance
Past Prevention Campaigns
GovOps Vaccine Outreach
Tri Counties Community Action Partnership (TCCAP) has partnered with Glenn County Public Health, Glenn County Community Action Department and North Valley Indian Health to increase COVID-19 vaccine rates in Glenn County.
One of our goals is to understand the perspectives of many Glenn County community members and their reservations about the COVID-19 vaccine through administering a survey. See the full report on this page.
We are providing outreach education utilizing data about the COVID-19 vaccine from UC Davis, Mayo Clinic, and John Hopkins Medical Clinic. We are striving to having a well-informed community educated with well-balanced facts will improve vaccination rates.
We are piloting our transportation program to assist community members to access their vaccine appointments. During this time, we will be learning best practices for scheduling and reminders so that we may better grow our transportation program to include assisting community members with medical appointments and connecting to necessities.
As of October 31, 2021, we have assisted with scheduling over one hundred appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine via our Vaccine Resource Hotline at 1-855-268-2227.