Community Resources

At the beginning of this crisis a small town in northern Italy managed to make testing available to everyone, identify those infected for quarantine, practice social distancing and reduce new coronavirus infections to zero.

Being a father and someone who works with vulnerable populations on a daily basis, I truly understand the need to quarantine until we can reduce new cases to zero. In support of that I’ve compiled a list of community resources to help us all in doing our part to flatten the curve. These are according to major cities in House District 25 but some resources are not specific to these locations and can be accessed from wherever you are in Oregon. I hope you find this information resourceful. I will be updating daily but if you have any recommendations please feel free to reach us at contact@ramironavarro.org. Take care


Keizer, Oregon

Food Services
Some Keizer Public Schools will be offering breakfast and lunch from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday-Friday to any child 18 and under. Those schools are:

  • Claggett Creek Middle School
  • Cummings Elementary School
  • Keizer Elementary School
  • Kennedy Elementary School
  • McNary High School
  • Weddle Elementary School
  • Whiteaker Middle School

 

Education
With schools closed until April 28th, here are some resources for students to stay engage and keep up on their studies while learning at their own pace.

Employment
To alleviate some of the stress on employers and employees, here are some resources including the Oregon Employment Department new rules for Covid related situations.

Health Services
To not overload our emergency rooms and first responders, Oregon Health Authority has asked that we seek a consultation from our healthcare provider if experiencing flu like symptoms. If having trouble breathing though, call 911.

Physical Health
Isolation or Social Distancing can be tough on the body as well as the mind. Here are some resources to keep your physical health in good condition to build up immunity and fight off any potential viruses.

 Transportation
We rely on transportation for many things, the most important being for health and food. Here are some resources that practice vehicle sanitation based upon CDC guidance.


St. Paul, Oregon

Food Services
St. Paul School District lunches from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday-Friday to any child 18 and under and food boxes to take home.

  • St. Paul Elementary School

Education
With schools closed until April 28th, here are some resources for students to stay engage and keep up on their studies while learning at their own pace.

Employment
To alleviate some of the stress on employers and employees, here are some resources including the Oregon Employment Department new rules for Covid related situations.

Health Services
To not overload our emergency rooms and first responders, Oregon Health Authority has asked that we seek a consultation from our healthcare provider if experiencing flu like symptoms. If having trouble breathing though, call 911.

Physical Health
Isolation or Social Distancing can be tough on the body as well as the mind. Here are some resources to keep your physical health in good condition to build up immunity and fight off any potential viruses.

 Transportation
We rely on transportation for many things, the most important being for health and food. Here are some resources that practice vehicle sanitation based upon CDC guidance.


Newberg, Oregon

Food Services
Newberg School District will be offering breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday to any child 18 and under at llocations. Those locations are:

Edwards Elementary School 8-9 a.m. (Breakfast)
Edwards Elementary School 11 a.m.-12 p.m. (Lunch)
CPRD Aquatic Center (1802 Haworth Ave) 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Newberg Public Library (503 E. Hancock St.) 11 a.m.-12 p.m. (Lunch)
Deskin Commons 11:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. (Lunch)

 

Education
With schools closed until April 28th, here are some resources for students to stay engage and keep up on their studies while learning at their own pace.

 

Employment
To alleviate some of the stress on employers and employees, here are some resources including the Oregon Employment Department new rules for Covid related situations.

Health Services
To not overload our emergency rooms and first responders, Oregon Health Authority has asked that we seek a consultation from our healthcare provider if experiencing flu like symptoms. If having trouble breathing though, call 911.

Physical Health
Isolation or Social Distancing can be tough on the body as well as the mind. Here are some resources to keep your physical health in good condition to build up immunity and fight off any potential viruses.

Transportation
We rely on transportation for many things, the most important being for health and food. Here are some resources but please call and confirm that they practice vehicle sanitation based upon CDC guidance. Most have stated they do.


RJ 4 Oregon This He’ll Defend.

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