COVID-19 FAQ’s & Resources

Santa Rosa Community Health is working with our local, state and federal public health partners.

Below are answers to frequently asked questions and resources.


Frequently Asked Questions:


What safety precautions are being  taken at Santa Rosa Community Health to reduce exposure to COVID-19 for  patient and staff ?

We are taking extra precautions to protect our patients and staff. All patients who call or come in are carefully screened for respiratory symptoms and risk factors for exposure to coronavirus (aka COVID-19). We have set up hand sanitizing stations throughout our campuses and ask that all patients and providers wear a mask. Any patients with positive risk for coronavirus are tested outside of the clinic.

Should I get tested for COVID-19?

Not everyone should or will get tested for coronavirus. Testing is limited and based on a provider’s evaluation of your symptoms and risk factors. Based on that, you and your provider will decide if you should get tested.

Will getting tested or care affect the Public Charge Rule?

Regardless of your immigration status, any patient who needs testing, treatment, and preventative care for COVID-19 can get it. As always, SRCH does not track or report our patients’ immigration status and is always here to care for you. It WILL NOT negatively affect anyone as part of a future Public Charge evaluation. If you or someone you know needs care, it is critical to get it.

SRCH Information Handouts:

COVID-19 Local Resources to Help You

COVID-19 Fact Sheet

How to Wash Your Hands

Tips for Social/Physical Distancing

How to Mask

DIY: How to make a face mask (CDC recommendation)- It is critical to emphasize that maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of the virus. Household face masks can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure, if a traditional mask is not available.

How to Isolate at Home

COVID-19 & Public Charge 

Disaster Relief for Immigrants

Caring for Children During COVID-19

One-on-One Time– Handout from World Health Organization

Keeping it Positive– Handout from World Health Organization

Structure Up– Handout from World Health Organization

Bad Behavior– Handout from World Health Organization

Keep Calm and Manage Stress – Handout from World Health Organization

Talking About COVID-19– Handout from World Health Organization

Charlie learns about coronavirus– Book

My Hero is You, Storybook for Children on COVID-19 -Book

SRCH Patient Information Videos:

What is COVID-19 :

It’s normal to have questions or to feel anxious about COVID-19. Watch this video to learn what it is, how it spreads, and what you can do to protect yourself and others

5 Steps to Hand Washing :

Protecting yourself and others from COVID-19 is in your hands. Here are the 5 simple steps to washing your hands.

Call First:

If you think you may have COVID-19, here’s why it’s important to call first and avoid exposing others to the coronavirus.

Social (Physical) Distancing: Why it’s important…

Find out why social (physical) distancing is important for slowing the spread of COVID-19 and how to put it into practice.

Social (Physical) Distancing: How to do it…

Find out 7 things you can do while social distancing to keep busy, stay connected, and keep your sanity.


Other Important Resources:

CDC (Centers for Disease Control)

Sonoma County 2-1-1 information via text Or Text: 211211 Message: Covid

SoCo Emergency

NorCal Resources– Online Community and Social Services Directory 


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