COVID-19 Health and Wellness Resources


    Update from SUSD:

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    May 1, 2020

    Dear SUSD Families,

    Beginning May 4, 2020, SUSD will open the Sutter Street Clinic to provide your family with school enrollment physicals and immunizations.  The Sutter Street Clinic is located behind the SUSD Enrollment Center at 1800 Sutter Street.  Signs
    will be posted on the street directing families to the clinic.  Social distancing will be in place, with only one family allowed in the clinic at a time.  Families waiting in the courtyard will receive a buzzer to notify them of their turn to enter the clinic.
    The clinic is open to Community Medical Center patients, Medi-Cal patients with no primary care physician, and uninsured children.  Please note that this is not a full-scope medical clinic; Children with illnesses should go to their primary care provider.

    Clinic hours are Mondays and Thursdays, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and will be closed for lunch from 12:00pm – 1:00 pm.  Families in need of school physicals and/or immunizations can call (209) 944-4700 to make an appointment at the Sutter Street Clinic.

    We understand that parents are hesitant to bring their children to a medical facility at this time, but health care providers are taking numerous precautions to ensure your family’s safety.  California has NOT waived the requirements for immunizations due to COVID-19.  When California ‘reopens,’ there may be many children who need to catch up on immunizations, increasing wait times for appointments.  While waiting they could be exposed to dangerous vaccine-preventable diseases circulating in the community.  Let's avoid that danger by keeping your child on track.



    Know the symptoms of COVID-19:

    If you have a fever, cough, or shortness for breath after 14 days, seek medical treatment.

    For additional info. please see this website:

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Main Web Page 


    Health Tips:

    • Be cautious when talking about the COVID -19 issues, it may either increase or decrease their anxieties.
    • Talk to a trusted adult about your health and safety as well as your child’s.
    • If children seem to be sick or have a fever, consult with your primary care doctor or nurse practitioner.
    • Ensure students that schools are cautious when addressing COVID-19 disease.
    • Wash hands often with warm soap and water for 20 seconds and wash between fingers.
    • If you don’t have sanitizer use soap and water in a quirt bottle to clean hands when not at home
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Stay home when you are sick.
    • Keep social distancing when our in public to be about a few feet away from others.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze into your elbow or sleeve or tissue and throw away tissue.
    • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
    • Clean and disinfect objects such as door handles, kitchen knobs, and use cloth grocery bags to wash when returning from shopping.
    • Keep your home clean and teach your children life skills on “How to Clean”.
    • Make cleaning chores part of their reward to play video games or be on social media.


    Additional Resources:

    Talking with Children: Tips for Caregivers, Parents, and Teachers During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

    Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    Handwashing and Hand Sanitizer Use at Home, at Play, and Out and About


    If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room/hospital.