Local Covid-19 Resources
Vaccine Sites, Testing Sites, & Other info by County
Click on the links below for information pertaining to each county
- Douglas County, NE
- Sarpy/Cass Counties, NE
- Pottawattamie County, IA
- Dodge/Saunders/Washington Counties, NE
Covid-19 Information Lines
Covid-19 Douglas County NE Health Department Covid-19 Info Line: (402) 444-3400 (M-F, 8:30 am – 4 pm, closed holidays)
CHI Health Vaccine Hotline: Answers questions about vaccines, and can schedule vaccine appointments if interested. (402) 717-1255 (7 days per week, 7 am – 10 pm)
Nebraska Covid-19 Info Line: (833) 998-2275 (toll free) (7 days per week, 8 am – 8 pm)
Iowa Covid-19 Info Line: 211 (24/7)
State Covid-19 Resources
Click on the links below for information pertaining to each state
National & International Covid-19 Resources
Click links below for information pertaining to the United States and beyond
If you feel sick
Contact your health provider. You should stay home if you have symptoms (coughing, fever, shortness of breath, lack of smell/taste).
The best tools we have against the spread of Covid-19 are vaccination, the proper use of masks, and social distancing
YOU are not alone!!!
- Mental Health & COVID-19, 2021 Mental Health Resource List, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention -If you are feeling very anxious or are struggling emotionally, contact a mental health professional, maybe via telehealth. Or, if you are in immediate crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK, or reach the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.
- Domestc Violence – The risk is higher during these stressful times with the COVID-19 Pandemic. In Nebraska help is available against domestic violence, on line by clicking on Nebraska Coalition or by phone at 1-800-799-7233. In Iowa help is available against domestic violence, on line by clicking on Iowa Coalition or by phone at 1-800-770-1650 or text HELP to 20121. For more resources CLICK HERE!
- Child Abuse & Neglect -The risk is higher during these stressful times with the COVID-19 Pandemic. In Nebraska help is available against child abuse and neglect, on line by clicking on Nebraska Child Abuse/Neglect or by phone at 1-800-652-1999. In Iowa help is available against child abuse and neglect, on line by clicking on Iowa Child Abuse/Neglect or by phone at 1-800-362-2178
- Aid is available for those that need it. To file unemployment benefits for yourself CLICK HERE To access aid for your small business CLICK HERE!
- To find Employment Resources and Money-Saving Tips for Workers Impacted by COVID-19 CLICK HERE!
How You Can Get Or Provide HELP!!!
- Food Bank For The Heartland -Food Bank For The Heartland is the largest food bank in Nebraska & Iowa. Serving 93 counties in 2 states. Find out how where you can pick or up food in the metro. You can help those in need by donating your time as a volunteer and more.
- The Salvation Army – More information at 402-898-5860.
- American Red Cross -Severe blood shortage, due to Coronavirus outbreak. Donors urgently needed, you can schedule an appointment, now.
- Methodist Health System – has created a phone line to address the need for mental and emotional support during this pandemic. it can be accessed by dialing (402) 815-8255 and is available from 7am until 7pm.
- American Cancer Society – has a 24/7 helpline 1-800-227-2345 for support, and to answer any questions needed. Cancer patients, families, and caregivers can find the answers to any Covid-19 questions you may have. Click on the link above.
- Convalescent Plasma Donor – LifeServe Blood Center, the sole provider of blood to more than 120 hospitals across Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, is seeking community members who have tested positive for COVID-19 or have COVID-19 antibodies to donate convalescent plasma to meet the dramatically rising plasma needs of local hospitals.