Resource Page for San Diego During COVID-19 Outbreak

Alliance San Diego is committed to putting our communities first and responding to this unprecedented health crisis with compassion, not fear. We are taking proactive measures to protect our staff and the most vulnerable members of our communities. Here you will find resources and information for you & your family during the COVID-19 pandemic.



As COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continue to rise at an alarming pace and threaten to overwhelm the health care delivery system, on December 3rd Governor Gavin Newsom announced a Regional Stay at Home Order that will be triggered if Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity drops below 15 percent in a given region. State health officials are tracking the state by five regions, and while no regions currently meet this threshold some are projected to within the next week. The public health order takes effect on December 5th. Thereafter, if a region falls below the 15 percent ICU threshold, it will have 24 hours to implement the Stay at Home Order.

As of November 21st, the San Diego County Health Officer State Public Health Officer ordered all individuals living in San Diego County to stay home or at their place of residence until further notice, except for employees or customers traveling to and from essential businesses as defined by the Stay at Home orderOn April 2nd, the San Diego County Sheriffs Department announced they will begin enforcing the California and San Diego County public health orders

Click here to learn more on the San Diego County website.

San Diego County public health order (pdf)

California public health order (pdf)

San Diego County Sheriff's Department - Enforcement of Public Health Orders (pdf)






COVID-19 Vaccine: Who is Getting It First?

COVID-19 Fact Sheets

California's COVID-19 Response

Community Sector Support 

Resources for undocumented people

San Diego County COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

LIVE Blog: Tracking COVID-19

CARES Act Stimulus Package/Tax Payer Relief


Addressing Fear & Coping With Stress


Domestic Violence During "Stay at Home"


Immigrant Families


U.S. - Mexico Border Closures


Health Access & Guidance Regarding COVID-19


Food Assistance


Employee Rights & Resources




Elderly & Caregivers


Businesses, Employers & Freelancers






Hand washing stations


California DMV


Victims of Crime

  • San Diego District Attorney's Office: Anyone who witnesses a suspected hate crime in San Diego County can report it online or call the Hate Crimes Hotline number at (619) 515-8805.