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CORONAVIRUS UPDATES - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #67744157


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  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Warm Line
    530-265-7258

For up-to-date coronavirus information see the Nevada County Public Health Department's dedicated coronavirus web page: https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/2924/Coronavirus or call 2-1-1.
DEFENSIBLE SPACE ADVISORY VISIT - FSCNC

FIRE SAFE COUNCIL OF NEVADA COUNTY, INC #66410709


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  • 143 B Spring Hill Drive, Suite 13
    Grass Valley, Nevada

This program is on hold during COVID-19 pandemic.

The Defensible Space Advisory Visit program provides a one-on-one consultation and advice at your home for comprehensive education on compliance with Public Resource Code 4291 – the law that requires defensible space around structures. PRC 4291 was expanded in 2005 from 30 feet to 100 feet of clearance.

Submit this form to request a visit: 
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScrblqU0tf4lTQVaK1bmGkmMWgwg1b4YmA0o3d4XsMpAmg9jw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

Fire Safe Council asks that people please consider making the suggested tax-deductible donation of $25 (to cover cost of training and materials) after their visit. 

With increased promotion of defensible space, many people were confused and had difficulty understanding what needed to be accomplished. The council implemented a volunteer advisory program with formal training by CAL FIRE and local resourc
es to provide an advisory visit that mirrored a compliance inspec… [read more]
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - NORTH TAHOE AA

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS #69931700


REOPENING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Info from California Dept. of Public Health applies to AA meetings. We do not have info yet on other 12-step programs.

AA meetings are essential under healthcare and when they cannot be done remotely should be done with proper health and safety protocols. AA meetings should follow the limited services guidance where possible https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/ and https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-limited-services.pdf
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Offers a 12-step program consisting of meetings of recovered and recovering alcoholics. The purpose of these meetings is to share experiences, streng
th and hope so that attendees can help each other recover from alcoholism.

For Questions regarding in-person meetings, please visit https://nnig.org/ or call Central Office of Northern Nevada Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous at 775-355-1151.

Website at http://northtahoeaa.com/ contains information about AA meetings,… [read more]
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - WESTERN NEVADA COUNTY

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS #39967835


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  • Grass Valley, Nevada

DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Info from California Dept. of Public Health applies to AA meetings.

AA meetings are essential under healthcare and when they cannot be done remotely should be done with proper health and safety protocols. AA meetings should follow the limited services guidance where possible https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/ and https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-limited-services.pdf

Guidance for 12-Step programs from the County of Nevada - https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/34601/Updated-Guidance-on-Treatment-Groups-2020-06-16?bidId=​
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Alcoholics Anonymous offers a 12-step program consisting of meetings of recovered and recovering alcoholics. The purpose of these meetings is to share experiences, strength and hope so that attendees can help each other recover from alcoholism.


Current calendar of Alcoholics Anonymous support groups and meetings available by calling 530-272-6287. Website at www… [read more]
FREE HEALTH CARE CLINIC 2022 - CALIFORNIA CAREFORCE

CALIFORNIA CAREFORCE #78979932


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  • Nevada Union High School
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The 2022 California CareForce Nevada County Free Health Care Clinic will be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 15, 16, and 17. It will happen with support from community organizations, and professional and general volunteers. Over the two and a half days, hundreds of patients will receive medical, dental, and vision services free of charge.

The clinic is open to anyone needing services (people do not need to be Nevada County residents).

The clinic requires a multitude of volunteers. Professional medical volunteers are needed to complete the general medical, dental and vision exams and procedures. General volunteers are needed to help with setup, prep, food service and other odd jobs during the three days. See below for links to info about how to volunteer.

WHEN
(Setup volunteers are needed Wednesday and Thursday, July 13 and 14)
Clinic days:
Friday, July 15 from 7am to 5pm
Saturday, July 16 from 7am to 5pm
Sunday, July 17 from 7am to noon
 
WHERE
Nevada Union High School, 11761 Ri… [read more]
LIONS CLUB VISION PROGRAM

LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL #4661254


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  • Grass Valley, Nevada

Lions Club no longer accepts donations of, or gives out, used eyeglasses because of COVID. Instead they assist with the cost of new glasses.

Call 530-272-9092. Phone will be answered "Edward Jones." The local Lions Club President, Ryan Meacher, heads that office. The person who answers the phone is his assistant, Nancy Cordua. She can also be emailed at nancy.cordua@edwardjones.com.  

Nancy will fill out an application. People will need to have a current eye exam (within the last year), but Nancy can go ahead and fill out the application even if applicant will still need to get an exam.  Nancy has details.
ENTERTAINMENT VENUE - THE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

THE CENTER FOR THE ARTS #4661387


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  • 314 West Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

During the coronavirus outbreak, the Center for the Arts is posting decisions about whether or not they are going ahead with events here: https://thecenterforthearts.org/coronavirus-covid-19-updates/

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Provides multiple performance and visual arts experiences, youth arts education programs; offers spaces for rent for concerts, meetings, film screenings, book signings and private parties. 
BUSINESS RESOURCES - GVDA

GRASS VALLEY DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION #67355464


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  • 128 East Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The Grass Valley Downtown Association and Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce provide information and resources for the local business community. https://downtowngrassvalley.com/

MEMO - 6/01/22
The Grass Valley Downtown Association and the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce strive to provide the most up to date information regarding resources available during disaster events. We below are links to help local businesses in the midst of an unprecedented situation.

Here is information and a link to the Small Business Administration disaster relief program. SBA To Provide Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) Up to $2 Million in Disaster Assistance Loans. More Information at the SBA's Website https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela
Nevada County has been included in the Counties that are eligible for this program.

We are also providing a link to the local Small Business Development Center run through the Sierra Business Council. They have several webinars designed to help local … [read more]
WATER SERVICE - NEVADA IRRIGATION DISTRICT

NEVADA IRRIGATION DISTRICT #4663850


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  • 1036 West Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Phone 1
    530-273-3346

Coronavirus info
https://nidwater.com/2020/03/rest-assured-area-tap-water-is-safe-to-drink/
Rest assured: area tap water is safe to drink
March 13, 2020
In the midst of growing fears about the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) and the cities of Grass Valley (GV) and Nevada City (N/C) want to reassure the public that treated tap water is safe to drink. The local water systems are interconnected and can ensure water quality in our region.

“NID’s treatment processes are specifically designed to protect the public from viruses and harmful bacteria,” said Chip Close, NID’s manager of operations.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has noted that the “COVID-19 is a type of virus that is particularly susceptible to disinfection and standard treatment and disinfectant processes are expected to be effective.”

The Agency confirmed the virus has not been detected in drinking water, adding “conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and … [read more]
211 - HOUSING IS KEY - APPLICATION ASSISTANCE FROM 211

CONNECTING POINT #72883769


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  • After-Hours
    2-1-1

211's contract to assist with Housing is Key applications ends June 30, 2022. People whose applications are still in process will be referred to other organizations whose contracts are continuing. Those organizations have not yet been announced, but will be posted on the Housing is Key website https://housing.ca.gov/
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211 offers Nevada and Placer county residents assistance with applications for the Housing Is Key rental assistance program. People are eligible for assistance with their applications if they have one or more of these barriers to accessing the application:
  • No internet access
  • Don’t know how to use a computer or other device
  • Have a disability that keeps them from being able to use a computer or other device
  • Any other barrier to accessing and completing the online application
Call for assistance
  • 2-1-1 or 833-342-5211 – for assistance with the application if you have a barrier to accessing it
RENTERS
Am I Eligible for the program?

Eligible renters whose l… [read more]