FREE COVID-19 testing is available at the SW Health Clinic on Mondays and Fridays. Call 352-334-7910 to make an appointment. During the call, be sure to specify you want COVID-19 testing at the SW Health Clinic. Otherwise, you will be scheduled for the drive-thru site.


Vaccines are available on Mondays by appointment only at the SW Health Clinic. In addition, testing and vaccine events continue throughout the community. Vaccinations will also be available at High Schools ages 16 and up. Please see the PDF to the right for important information about vaccines for high schoolers.

For additional information about vaccines available to Alachua County residents, call 352-334-8810. You can call between 8:00 am and midnight during any day of the week.

Housing Issues

Alachua County has funds available to help people who are having difficulty paying rent and/or utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can learn more about the program and apply for assistance HERE.

A screenshot of the program announcement for Emergency Rental Assistance on the Alachua County website.
Your landlord cannot evict you without a court order. Visit communityjusticeproject.com/covid19 for more information.

Are you concerned about being evicted? If so, see the important information on this web page. For help, contact the Resource Center at 352-505-6823. Then, we can connect you to some of our partners that can help you!

If you need legal help, you can contact Three Rivers Legal Service. Reach out online, by email at info@trls.org, or by phone at 352-372-0519.

At-Home Activity Ideas

The logo for the PerMondo project, providing free translations for non-profit organizations

Rosa Cebrián translated this page into Spanish through the PerMondo project for the free translation of web pages and documents for NGOs and non-profit associations. The project is directed by Mondo Agit.

The logo for Mondo Agit, which directs the PerMondo project