Other COVID-19 Related Resources and Information
Local Help, Assistance & Resources:
These pages are dedicated to COVID-19 response, education, and opportunities for Community assistance and volunteerism.
Clallam County Community Resources List
This document provides a list of local resources that may be able help during a crisis.
Sign up to volunteer with Clallam County Emergency Management.
Emergency Food Assistance
The County continues to assist those that have hardship in purchasing and putting food on the table. Follow this link for more information on how to get essential assistance. For more information, please contact Benji Astrachan, WSU Clallam Extension Food Access Coordinator at email@example.com.
Port Angeles Food Bank
Information on drive-thru and walkup meals, volunteering and/or donating.
Various Other Local Resources provide by the City of Port Angeles
This document provides several outside service agencies that may be able to provide assistance.
State and National Government Organizations:
These state and federal departments and agencies will help keep you updated on the COVID-19 pandemic on a larger scale.
Washington State Department of Health (DOH)
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Keep up-to-date with statistics and best practices from academia.
Johns Hopkins Interactive Map
COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at John Hopkins University.
Washington State University "How to transition to work from home" information on ergonomics
Ergonomic resources for Teleworkers.
Other sources of information that may not fit in the public realms above.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Avoiding public spaces and working remotely can help to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but for many survivors, staying home may not be the safest option. Please follow this link for more information for assistance and reporting of domestic violence.
Washington Listens provides support to people who feel sad, anxious, or stressed due to the events of this year including COVID-19 and wildfires. It is a partnership of several agencies from across the state to provide emotional and mental support to individuals and families during these trying times, and links to community resources.