LOOKING FOR WORK? Become a COVID Contact Tracer TODAY!
Contact Tracer Trainees are in immediate need! Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency and Employment Connection are collaborating to provide employment opportunities that pay a competitive wage while making a difference in our community.
Contact Tracing plays an important role in public health's response to infectious disease by gathering information through interviewing identified, potential contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Tulare County Medical Reserve Corps – Volunteer TODAY!
Health professionals, We need you!
Tulare County is experiencing an urgent need for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure adequate staff for health care sites throughout Tulare County, we’re calling on healthcare providers, behavioral health professionals, and health care administrators to register today.
Physicians (MD, DO), including medical residents and students
Nurses (RN, LVN, CNA), including nursing students
Behavioral health professionals (psychiatrist, psychiatric technicians psychologist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, LCSW, LMFT, LPCC)
Emergency medical technicians
Locations will be thoughout Tulare County.
You have the opportunity to play a critical role in responding to this public health emergency in Tulare County. To care for Californians who need your help, please visit the Disaster Healthcare Volunteers website. For more in formation and steps for signing up, please visit the Tulare County Medical Reserve Corps website.
Not a healthcare worker, but still want to help?
If you are not a medically licensed person, we still need people who can move and set up equipment, keep records, track expenditures, assist in the movement of patients, conduct safety and security activities, communications support, answer phones and much more.
Volunteer TODAY by visiting the Disaster Healthcare Volunteers website. When registering select Non-Medical under the occupation information section.
How You Can Help During COVID-19 Response – DONATE TODAY!
Tulare County residents are resilient and come together during difficult times. Many community members have asked where they could help and how. Tulare County, through its non-profit Friends of Tulare County, is accepting monetary donations to the Friends of Tulare County Emergency Relief Fund Program on its website and in-kind donations of supplies in support of the COVID-19 Response.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Supply Donations
New/Unopened and Non-Expired:
N95 Masks (all brands and sizes)
Gloves (latex, vinyl, or nitrile)
Eye protection (goggles)
In addition, Cloth face masks, including homemade cloth masks, are also welcomed
Donations can be dropped off at:
Donors are encouraged to contact their fire station to coordinate a drop-off. Please be patient as fire personnel may be called away to emergency calls at any time. (NOTE: this does not include City, CAL FIRE, or Federal fire stations).
In the Spirit of Giving: