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COVID-19 Vaccination Resources

Through our collaborative partnerships, we aim to increase awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine as an important public health tool and to increase vaccine equity for people experiencing homelessness. Join us to provide COVID-19 vaccinations across Sacramento County, especially to increase awareness and access among our most vulnerable communities!

Together, as of November 19, 2021, we have administered 2,181 total doses of the COVID-19 vaccines to unsheltered and sheltered individuals. This data is collected by Sacramento County Public Health.

COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered by Type to People Experiencing Homelessness in Sacramento ​

Total Doses
Johnson & Johnson Doses
Moderna Doses

Want to stay up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccination locations and resources in Sacramento? See a list of vaccination events, clinics, and available resources now.

COVID-19 Updates

Sacramento Steps Forward has limited COVID-19 supplies available. Contact us if you’re interested in accessing educational materials, masks, sanitizers, testing kits, and more.

Cottage Housing is also making available 4oz. bottles of hand sanitizer (24 bottles/case) to support agencies and programs serving Sacramento clients. Supplies are limited however, more could become available in the future. Reserved supplies can be picked up at SERNA Village at 5836 Dudley Blvd., McClellan Park, CA 95652. Please contact Lois Littlewolf, Cottage Housing Program Manager at (916) 339-2746. 


Data continue to show the importance of vaccination and booster doses to protect individuals both from infection and severe outcomes of COVID-19. For adults and adolescents eligible for a first booster dose, these shots are safe and provide substantial benefit. During the recent Omicron surge, those who were boosted were 21-times less likely to die from COVID-19 compared to those who were unvaccinated, and 7-times less likely to be hospitalized. CDC continues to recommend that all eligible adults, adolescents, and children 5 and older be up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines, which includes getting an initial booster when eligible. Read more!

CDC is committed to COVID-19 vaccine equity, which is when everyone has fair and just access to COVID-19 vaccination. There are many social, geographic, political, economic, and environmental factors that create challenges to vaccination access and acceptance, and that often affect racial and ethnic minority groups. Learn more!

Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, including in workplaces. Employers, labor organizations, healthcare, and public health organizations, and community-based organizations have developed many types of policies and programs to promote worker vaccination. Some examples are described below. Learn more!

If you’re experiencing homelessness or need emergency housing:

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Sacramento County Public Health has its final COVID-19 Community Conversation with Dr. Kasirye and Dr. Cohen Thursday, 3/17/22 from 6-7:30PM. We understand that many community members may have questions around the variants, vaccine and testing.  This would be a great opportunity for community members to connect directly with our Public Health Leadership. Community members can register for the online forum Eventbrite registration: This event will have American Sign Language (ASL), Chinese, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Arabic and Vietnamese Interpretation. NOTE: If you had previously registered on Zoom you will need to re-register on Eventbrite. 

In alignment with the State, effective immediately, the Sacramento County Health Officer is rescinding the July 26 Health Order requiring all individuals to wear face coverings indoors, as well as the January 6 Health Order directing all public meetings to be held virtually. Per order of CDPH, all unvaccinated individuals will continue to be required to wear face-coverings in all indoor public settings. The State’s masking requirements regardless of vaccination status remains in effect for public transportation; healthcare settings; congregate settings; long-term care facilities; and in K-12 schools and childcare settings. In workplaces, employers are subject to the Cal/OSHA requirements. Review details of the Health Order Rescission for Face Coverings and Health Order Rescission for Public Meetings.​ Also, read the SacCountyNews story: Sacramento County Rescinds Local Health Orders​

California is launching a new Ambassador Program! Ambassadors are trusted messengers that help inform the community about why the COVID-19 vaccines provide the best protection against the COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 virus. If you’re interested in helping reduce the spread of COVID-19, register for the Ambassador Training on Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 pm (English) and Wednesday, November 3 at 6:30 pm (Spanish). View details!

We will continue providing COVID-19 relevant updates as new information becomes available from federal, state, and local agencies.

Our COVID-19 Efforts