Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation: Health & Safety Resources

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Official Updates

FREE, Local COVID-19 Testing Locations

  • Tubman-Chavez Community Center, 415 Euclid Ave.
    7 Days a Week, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Walk Ins Only
  • Euclid Health Center, 292 Euclid Ave.
    Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Drive-up Testing. Appointment Required.

Learn more and make an appointment: coronavirus-sd.com/testing.

FREE, Local COVID-19 Vaccine Locations

  • Joe & Vi Jacobs Center. 404 Euclid Ave.
    Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m
    Limited Walk-Ins Available. Book Your Appointment Here.

Use the FREE COVID-19 vaccine locator to find a site near you.

Community Resources

  • District 4 Emergency Operations Resource Center
  • 2-1-1 San Diego’s COVID-19 Resources
  • San Diego Unified School District’s COVID-19 Updates
  • KIPP Adelante Charter School’s latest updates (located next to the Jacobs Center)
  • San Diego Youth Services offers resources for youth who have experienced or are at risk of commercial sexual exploitation or human trafficking
  • Voice & Viewpoint – the newspaper is FREE to the community during this vital time
  • NAACP San Diego chapter has a COVID-19 information page accessible here

Health & Food Resources

  • Fresh Food Bank, Tuesdays from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Pick-up at the Jacobs Center, hosted by I Am My Brothers Keeper, Urban Alchemy 360 and San Diego Urban Sustainability. No need to sign up, everyone in drive-thru distribution food bank will be served.
  • San Diego Hunger Coalition Food Assistance Resources
  • San Diego Hunger Coalition’s food assistance programs and resources
  • The Alzheimer’s Association’s dementia and Alzheimer’s caregiving tips
  • Sunshine Behavioral Health telehealth and online mental health resources

Housing & Transportation Resources

Internet & Computer Access

  • SDAccess4All – The City of San Diego is offering free Wi-Fi at over 300 locations, hundreds of new laptops to check out from libraries for up to two hours and mobile hotspots that can be checked out for up to 30 days from 14 libraries. Visit the website to locate free Wi-Fi and computer rentals.
  • Internet for All Now – The California Emerging Technology Fund can provide assistance determining if your household qualifies for an affordable home internet offer; call toll-free 1-844-841-INFO (4636), or the website.
  • Everyone On – To see low-cost internet offers that you may qualify for based on zip code and household circumstances call 1-855-EVRY1ON (3879166), text CONNECT to 30364, or visit the website.
  • Human-I-T – A non-profit organization available to help those who are not connected to or unable to afford internet services. Fill out an internet request form or text 1-562-372-6925 for assistance accessing internet services.  Assistance is also available to help with affordable device access.
  • Computers 2 Kids – C2K is a program that donates computers to families in need at a reduced cost. Each computer received includes one free year of technical support and is loaded with Microsoft Windows and Office Suite software. Apply online; only one application permitted per household. Call 1-858-200-9788 with questions.
  • ATT – Stay connected with the speed you need and affordable internet you can trust – apply online to find out if you are eligible for low-cost internet service.
  • Comcast/Xfinity – Internet Essentials from Comcast is taking immediate steps to make it easier for you to stay connected to home Internet. Fill out an Internet Essential program application for an opportunity to receive assistance with internet services.
  • Cox – To find out if you qualify for lower internet services through the Connect2Compete program, call 1-800-234-3993, or visit the website. 

Business & Financial Resources

Nonprofit Resources