Need Help? During this time of heightened health concern, Chamber member BCHD (Beach Cities Health District) is available to offer help and support. If you or someone you know in the Beach Cities needs assistance with errands, health-related information or referrals, please call our Assistance, Information & Referral line at 310-374-3426, ext. 256, seven days a week, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. or submit an online request here.
COVID-19 Updates and FAQ's
COVID-19 in Los Angeles/South Bay:
- On December 27, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health revised the Temporary Targeted Safer at Home Health Officer Order. It will remain in effect for as long as the State Public Health Officer’s Regional Stay at Home remains in effect in the Southern California Region.
- For more information and updates, click here
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How do vaccines work?
When you are exposed to an infection, your body develops antibodies that fight and clear the infection. When you receive a vaccine, your body recognizes the vaccine as foreign and makes antibodies that prevent you from getting infected with the disease in the future.
Are COVID-19 vaccines safe?
Yes. Even under Operation Warp Speed, COVID-19 vaccines must adhere to the strict safety standards and follow all vaccine development protocols established by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). After a vaccine is approved, the FDA will continue to monitor its safety and effectiveness.
Vaccine Distribution Information:
Click here for latest vaccine updates
For more information and Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
FROM MILLER CHILDREN'S & WOMEN'S HOSPITAL -
FREE On-Line Resources and Events:
Tuesday, March 9th (4 consecutive Tuesdays) from 10am - noon "Memory Training Program”. This 4-week class includes general strategies to improve your memory. For more information and/or to register for this program please contact Carol Hahn at email@example.com or (310) 612-9064.
Wednesday, March 10th The South Bay Dementia Education Consortium presents “COVID-19 Implications on Brain Health”. This free online webinar with discuss the effect of COVID-19 on brain health as well as dementia diagnosis and treatment. For more information and/or to register for this program please contact Carol Hahn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 612-9064.
Wednesday, April 21st (6 consecutive Wednesdays) The Powerful Tools for Caregivers Program begins on Wednesday April 21st. This free, online 6-week program is for people caring for a family member with a chronic condition. They will learn to take care of themselves while caring for their loved one.
Social Emotional Resource Guide from Beach Cities Health District.
Mindfulness Drop In (FREE Virtual Events) sponsored by Beach Cities Health District.
Coffee and Conversation - share and connect with others about difficult conversations with aging loved ones. We meet every Tuesday. For more information click HERE.
Throughout April: Beach Cities Health District is offering FREE Virtual Events. Topics such as Families Connected Parent Chat, Powerful Tools for Caregivers, and more. To see the list, Click HERE. For more information, call 310-374-3426.
On-going: Clear Recovery Center remains open as an essential provider of mental health and addiction recovery services. Clear is also offering tele-health solutions where appropriate. Contact us at (877) 799-1985 or Click HERE.
REDONDO BEACH CHAMBER MEMBERS: Submit your Health & Wellness Event to email@example.com