Nuestra Casa is working closely with San Mateo County to share information about COVID-19 prevention and vaccination to the community we serve. This page is continuously updated with information provided by the County. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates, too!

Information about COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

San Mateo County has a comprehensive list of dates, locations, and times for upcoming vaccine clinics here. Information about COVID-19 is rapidly changing. To stay up to date on prevention and vaccination, check our list of Frequently Asked Questions regularly. Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County also provided this helpful flyer: Immigrants and the COVID Vaccines, in English and Spanish.

Housing & Other Community Resources

Nuestra Casa and its community partners continue to provide critical support to our communities. If you need housing, legal, food, or other assistance, please check our list of resources regularly. San Mateo County also has a page of community resources.

FAQs About COVID-19

Adults and children can get a COVID-19 test at sites around San Mateo County. Appointments at ALL TEST SITES are STRONGLY encouraged as there is no guarantee you will be seen without one. For more information and to make an appointment, click here.
San Mateo County has a page on its website that includes a comprehensive list of dates, locations, and times for upcoming vaccine clinics. For more information, please click here.
Many residents are now eligible for booster shots depending on age, underlying conditions, and work settings. For more information, please click here. All three booster shots are available through San Mateo County-run clinics. For more information, click here
The most up-to-date information about children’s vaccinations is available here.
COVID-19 vaccines, including their administration, are free.
If you start to feel sick with any COVID-19 symptoms, you should get a test right away. If you can, isolate yourself in a separate room from everybody else. If that’s not possible, call 2-1-1 for help and resources. You may be able to get alternative housing to quarantine through the County.


Nuestra Casa’s Food Distribution program remains an essential service during the COVID-19 crisis. We deliver food to apartment buildings and other locations in East Palo Alto and Redwood City every Wednesday and Saturday. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.
Check Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto for updates about housing for residents living in San Mateo County and Santa Clara County. Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County also posts regular updates on its website.
Check here for information about affordable health coverage.
Don’t panic! The California COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act helps you stay in your home. Learn how to protect yourself from eviction here. If your landlord serves a written demand for payment with a Declaration form, sign and return the form within 15 days. Keep a copy or take a photo. You do not have to wait for the landlord to demand the rent and serve the form to you. You can find a copy of the “Declaration of COVID Financial Distress” in English and Spanish here. Do pay what you can safely afford toward your current rent, with the goal of paying at least 25% of the rent for April 2020 through September 2021 by September 30, 2021. This link explains how to calculate 25% of the rent. Seek assistance if you can’t afford to pay 25% of the rent by September 30, 2021. Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County provides information about state and local rental assistance funds available here. Do not ignore written notices or legal papers from your landlord. Qualifying renters and landlords can also apply for CA COVID-19 Rent Relief. If you need help with an application, call 650-771-4449 (M-F, 9-5).
Check Samaritan House for help with food, emergency housing assistance, emergency utility assistance, shelter, and other basic needs. Samaritan House also has a free medical clinic.