Community Vaccination- Find Out How to Give Help or Get Help
The County of Santa Cruz has opened a weekly mass vaccination clinic at the Watsonville Fairgrounds, clinics at the old City Hall in Watsonville, and a special clinic at Dominican Hospital on Feb 18th to provide vaccines to the latest community tiers.
We are supporting this effort by mobilizing non-medical volunteers to help with the smooth running of the clinics. We invite you to be a part of this historic national volunteer activation to help communities fight COVID-19 by volunteering at the clinic.
Below you will find important information about how to volunteer as well as general info about the community vaccination process.
VOLUNTEER AT THE VACCINE CLINIC
We invite non-medical volunteers to help at the Vaccine Clinics to support the check-in process for community members.
CLINIC VOLUNTEER- FAQ's
Wondering whether you can get vaccinated as volunteer or if this position is right for you? Check out our list of FAQ's below.
REGISTER YOUR MEDICAL SKILLS
Licensed health professionals are asked to register to volunteer as a disaster healthcare volunteer through the Medical Reserve Corps.
COVID SAFETY VOLUNTER GUIDE
Your safety is our priority. We encourage you to review our volunteer safety guide prior to volunteering with us at the clinic.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR OUR COMMUNITY
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Many hours go into coordinating, scheduling, and communicating with volunteers and county staff to ensure success.
Visit the Santa Cruz County Health Department Website for the latest info about where and when you can obtain your vaccine.
WHEN IS IT MY TURN?
View this resource to find out if it's your turn to get vaccinated, schedule vaccine appointments, or get notified of eligibility.
ADDRESSING YOUR CONCERNS
Are you worried about the safety of of the COVID-19 vaccine? Check out this resource to make an informed decision.