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GENERAL RESOURCES & ARTICLES

 

What is COVID-19? https://youtu.be/-dTEQwNuh3E

Clackamas County COVID-19 Stories: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZEzoOaZqnfqTTNy4I8RVjZ3x9jsjANl1

Kaiser Permanente Resources & FAQs: https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/health-wellness/coronavirus-information

OHA Reopening Requirements: https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-Reopening-Framework?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI9KqJ3pSH6gIVgD2tBh09AASYEAAYASAAEgI94_D_BwE

INFO ON CONTACT TRACING

The Oregon COVID-19 Contact Collaborative is a statewide effort of the Oregon Health Authority, local and tribal public health authorities, and community-based organizations to stop the spread of COVID-19 through coordinated contact tracing. Working together, we provide guidance and support to people who have been exposed to COVID-19.

https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-Contact-Collaborative

INFO ON FACE COVERINGS

www.healthoregon.org/masks

https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2288K.pdf Updated October 19, 2020

  • “Face covering” means a cloth, paper, or disposable face covering that covers the nose and the mouth.

  • “Face shield” means a clear plastic shield that covers the forehead, extends below the chin, and wraps around the sides of the face.

  • “Mask” means a medical grade mask.

Starting July 24: Children age 5 and up are required to wear a mask, face shield or face covering. Face coverings are now required when exercising indoors, plus outdoors when you can’t physically distance. People with a disability or medical condition may request accommodation from the business if they cannot wear a mask, face shield or face covering.

Exemptions to Face Covering Requirements

Do you have to have proof of a disability or medical condition to allow someone to enter a business without a face covering, or can you take their word for it?

  • Requiring proof of a disability, such as a doctor’s note, would be a violation of state and federal public accommodations laws regarding people with disabilities. 

  • Oregon’s public accommodations laws make it unlawful to make any distinction, discrimination or restriction because a customer or patron is an individual with a disability. This provision is to be construed to the fullest extent possible with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  

  • You don’t have to have proof and should not ask for proof of a disability.

  • Having a disability does not mean that you get an exemption from the face covering requirement. A place of public accommodation (like a business) should make accommodations so that the goods or services are available to the person. 

  • Private businesses must make reasonable modifications for persons with disabilities who cannot wear a face mask in public places. Reasonable modifications might include: 

    • Allowing a person to wear a scarf, loose face covering, or full face shield instead of a face mask;

    • Allowing customers to place orders online or by phone for curbside pick-up or no-contact delivery; or 

    • Offering appointments by video or phone. 

    • Decisions on requests for accommodation should be decided in a timely manner.

Tips regarding harassment & the inability to wear a face covering

  • Stay calm, explain you are unable to wear a mask but want to keep everyone safe, so you will gladly stay 6 feet away

  • Call ahead for accomodations. By feeling prepared, this can help reduce anxiety.

  • Empathize and understand before judging or coming to conclusions.

RESOURCES FOR ELDERS & OLDER ADULTS

The Senior Lonliness Line: 503-200-1633 //  http://seniorlonelinessline.org

Administration for Community Living: https://acl.gov/COVID-19

Grandparents at Center of Family Home Life: ​https://www.aarp.org/home-family/friends-family/info-2020/grandparents-support-during-coronavirus.html

Grandparents and Social Distancing: https://www.aarp.org/caregiving/health/info-2020/grandparents-distance-grandchildren-coronavirus.html?intcmp=AE-HP-BB-LL3

Unable to see Your Grandchildren during COVID-19https://www.aarp.org/home-family/friends-family/info-2020/grandparents-newborn-coronavirus.html?intcmp=AE-HP-LL1

Exercises to keep your Lung Stronghttps://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2020/lung-health-covid19.html?cmp=SNO-ICM-FB-COVID-HLTH&socialid=3556738913

RESOURCES FOR OTHER SPECIFIC COMMUNITIES

MIgrant Workers: 

 

https://ndlon.org

Undocumented Communities: 

CAWEM (Citizen/Alien Waived Emergency Medical): https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2341b.pdf

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/18p9OSlLpSYanIoUC-gEbhVbRMYVUfw4wyrixa9ekGdc/htmlview

https://www.undocuscholars.com

Resources for American Indians and Alaskan Natives:

 

https://6b796416-8581-40f8-a74b-987d2fcb1a66.filesusr.com/ugd/7e9fb8_8c2c218fd8b7495e957836294f9be2f6.pdf​

 

Black Communities:

The Oregon Cares Fund

https://blackmentalhealtho.wixsite.com/bmho?fbclid=IwAR0jomUDCoaHvApDo65glWXu9XUjjfeaMUU41afYaRWhevfgJG9B2SR2a3k

https://www.blackresiliencefund.com/

BIPOC Mental Health Toolkit:

https://themighty.com/2020/10/digital-resource-tools-toolkit-prioritize-bipoc-mental-health/

People with Disabilities and Special Needs:

https://www.ohsu.edu/university-center-excellence-development-disability/covid-19-resources-people-disabilities

https://www.aadmd.org/coronavirus-center

Beyond Words: Empowering People through Pictures

CLACKAMAS COUNTY RESOURCES

https://dochub.clackamas.us/documents/drupal/53f5afc4-b4dc-42c3-b384-47844a25acf3

Clackamas Service Center: https://www.cscoregon.org/

Clackamas Health Centers: https://www.clackamas.us/healthcenters

FOOD & OTHER ESSENTIAL NEEDS

Food access: https://oregonhunger.org/covid-19/

https://www.oregonfoodbank.org/find-help/find-food/

https://covid19.211info.org/snap

https://dochub.clackamas.us/documents/drupal/49938cc5-440b-4596-a935-a4b2cf0adc99

Household Items: https://www.communitywarehouse.org/home-2-go/?bblinkid=217309148&bbemailid=20867075&bbejrid=1459384246

Internet access: https://www.everyoneon.org/

 

 

 

 

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