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COVID-19 and Wildfires

Dear Community,

COVID-19 and wildfires means MCCF is working around the clock, seven days a week, to create the best outcomes for children and our coastal community.

The Red Cross, County of Mendocino, City of Fort Bragg, schools, health providers, coastal organizations and neighborhood groups have asked us to help.


MCCF is providing essential resources and guidance. Our coastal remoteness is our community challenge and also our strength. Since March 2020, MCCF has delivered over $325,000 of resources and countless hours of guidance. Daily, we provide the most important ingredient of all, hope.

We are funding neighbors in need through the Schools, Fort Bragg Food Bank, Project Sanctuary, Street Medicine, Mendocino Coast Clinics, Redwood Senior Center, North Coast Family Health Center, Migrant Education, Sherwood Oaks, Action Network, churches and other trusted community partners. We are seeding accountable responses and seeing great results.

Daily, MCCF rises to the occasion to find the best solutions possible. We know our response to 2020 will shape our community for decades and our children for a lifetime.

We rarely ask for help but now we need your donations so we can continue to say yes to our community. We receive no government or Red Cross funding. MCCF is totally dependent on you to say yes, we can.

We are honored to be coordinating your best intentions. Standing together, we can get through this! Please donate to MCCF today to help our community survive, shop at home, check out our resources on our web site and stay safe.

Gratefully,

Annie Liner, MCCF Volunteer Executive Director on behalf of the MCCF Board and Volunteers.

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Recent News

Excerpt From Interview with Annie Liner and Johanna Wildoak, KZYX 7/29/2020

Annie Liner and Johanna Wildoak describe the unique challenges MCCF has faced that have prepared them to rise to the occasion of the Covid-19 Crisis on the Coast.

County Covid Information and Resources

Healthy MendocinoLatest Healthy Mendocino Newsletter

Covid on the Coast

beloved community,

As we work around the clock  we are checking your phone calls, texts and emails frequently. You can leave a message for MCCF on 707 937-6111 or reach us by voice or text on our cell: 707-684-6644. You can use the form on this site to email us. Donations of money and local gift cards are needed and we are glad to help you do this in any way that works for you. We want to find solutions that also support local businesses and our local economy whenever possible. Please mail checks, local gift cards and/or gift certificates to MCCF, PO Box 1616, Mendocino, CA 95460 and we will receipt you. Credit card and PayPal donations can be made on our website or by calling us with your information.

Testing

Mendocino Coast:
If you are a current patient at the Mendocino Coast Clinics, they have Covid-19 tests available to you, please call

964-1251 or email info@mccinc.org to be put on the waiting list.


Inland:
Redwood Empire Fairgrounds at 1055 N. State St., Ukiah, CA 95482 in Carl Purdy Hall.
Regular hours for public testing will be Tuesday – Saturday from 12:30 pm – 7:00 pm.

Testing  by appointment only. Mendocino County residents can make an appointment online at https://lhi.care/covidtesting.

Current Case Data For Mendocino County (updated daily) 

Prevention

Prevention of the spread of Covid-19 Starts At Home


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Food/Nutrition

Visit our Food/Nutrition resources here.

Clothing

Visit our clothing resources here.

Emotional, Mental, and Physical Health

Visit our personal health resources here.

School Updates

School District Specific Covid-19 Information

Fort Bragg Unified

Mendocino Unified

Point Arena High School

Educational Resources

Visit our many educational resources here.