Washington state is distributing the COVID vaccine in phases, starting with people most likely to get COVID or become seriously ill.
See if you can get the vaccine now, or sign up to be notified when it’s your turn, at FindYourPhaseWA.org.
Remember to print or screenshot your eligibility confirmation and bring it to your appointment.
In Clallam County
Clallam County is now providing vaccines to those
individuals listed in Tier B1 and moving into Tier B2.
All people 70 years or older
All people 60 years or older
All people 50 years or older in multi-generational households (home where individuals from 2 or more generations reside such as an elder and a grandchild)
Care givers qualify for this tier
High-risk critical workers 50 years or older who work in certain congregate settings: Agriculture; food processing; grocery stores; K-12 (educators & staff); childcare; corrections; prisons, jails or detention centers; public transit; fire; law enforcement
People 16 years or older with underlying conditions.
Individuals with Down Syndrome have been recognized as a high priority population.
Group homes for individuals with I/DD are part of Tier B4. Many of these individuals qualify under earlier tier descriptions to receive the vaccine sooner.
Vaccine availability will affect progress through the different tiers of each phase.
For Port Angeles and the West End:
All times for vaccination have been filled, and the forms are offline while availability is assessed. Please check back for any news or updates.
If you have questions, please call 360-417-2430, or visit the Coronavirus web page. The response has been overwhelming, and we are working as quickly as we can to answer your calls.
Visit https://jamestownhealth.org/ to learn about vaccination events.
Currently scheduled: Thursday, January 21 and Saturday, January 23
9 am to 3 pm
600 vaccinations will be available at each event.
Learn more about the Covid-19 Vaccine, with a downloadable PDF:
To request this document in another format, call 1-800-525-0127.
Deaf or hard of hearing customers, please call 711 (Washington Relay) or email email@example.com.
The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public.
If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, or how the virus is spread, please call 1-800-525-0127.
Phone lines are currently staffed from 6 am to 10 pm, seven days a week.
Please note that this call center cannot access COVID-19 testing results. For testing inquiries or results, please contact your health care provider.
Clallam Mosaic's administrative team and staff continue to work hard to determine how we can best serve our community's needs during this evolving health event.
We will continue to monitor all recommended health guidelines and governmental proclamations as we plan Mosaic's future activities, day programs and services.
Administrative staff are available to answer questions and address concerns of participants, families and caregivers.
Instructors are continuing to make phone calls, hold individual Zoom meetings, and host week day Zoom MeetUps! Mosaic at Home care and activity bags are planned for monthly delivery.
Our Parent to Parent Coordinator, Carah, will be checking in with families.
If you would like a participant or family added to our phone check-in list please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call: 360.681.8642 or 360.797.3602.
Events, links and more are posted daily to our Facebook page: Clallam Mosaic.
We will continue to share information and recommendations affecting the Mosaic community.
WE need to take care of each other, support each other as best we can.
Developmental Disability Administration Coronavirus
From the ARC Washington State
Resource page with links to PDFs, Videos and more.
From the office of Rep. Derek Kilmer
Follow Kilmer on Facebook
COVID-19 Parent Student Resource Guide
See the section: Additional resources for children with disabilities,assistive technology resources
Up to date info from the City of Port Angeles
From Informing Families
Ready, Set, Know: Let's Talk Covid 19
As you are supporting an individual with IDD who is struggling
with the changes taking place, here are some guidelines to individualize according to their age and needs.
From the Peninsula College Library staff:
Up to date local information: Peninsula Daily News
Emergency Assistance Programs & Resources
to Get Help and Give Help to those in Need:
Need help explaining the importance of handwashing and social distancing: World Health Organization videos
World Health Organization: Updates
Both the Port Angeles and Sequim Food Banks have developed drive thru food distribution.
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301 Lopez Ave, Rm #4
Port Angeles, WA 98362