We know there is growing concern as the outbreak and impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve. Ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of the communities we serve is at the core of what we do here at HealthStreet. Our team is thinking of you and your family in this time of uncertainty. As always, the health and well-being of our members and staff is our top priority. We will be working remotely for a while, coming into the facility only once per week. Our phone is still being answered, and our email is being monitored. We will be calling our members to hear how things are going and see if there are any resources we can help you with. We will also be here to update our resource guide so that when you call us we can help you navigate the social and medical resources you need at this time.
HealthStreet is Here for You! Drive Up Services:
When? UPDATED HOURS CAN BE FOUND HERE
Where? 2401 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32608
We are currently offering the following services once per week from 1-4PM EDT. Days and hours vary based on staff availability, so please check our COVID-19 resource page or social media for updated hours each week.
Call (352) 294-4880 with questions and concerns!
- Clothing Items
- Toiletry/Personal Hygiene Items
- Naloxone Kits
- Social and Medical Referrals
- Health Research Opportunities
Clothing and Toiletry Necessities
We want to ensure you have the items necessary to maintain good personal health and hygiene.
Free Naloxone To Save Lives
We remain committed to providing this powerful medication that reverses the effects of opioid overdose.
Food Security For Families
We have paired up with Working Food to provide meals for families who call HealthStreet at (352) 294-4880 to reserve their box. Each box includes perishable chef prepared meals with farm-fresh ingredients for four to five people, and can be frozen to last longer! HealthStreet members, please call to reserve your food and come by to pick it up!
COVID-19 Resource Page
As our commitment to you, we have created an official HealthStreet COVID-19 resource page with local and online resources, seminars, news articles, activities for children. Whether you are searching for social or medical resources, or simply looking for activities to pass the time, we hope you will find our compiled resource listing helpful during this challenging time. By the same token, please continue to visit the official CDC COVID-19 webpage where you can find updated information and resources to protect you and your family.
UF One Health COVID-19 Seminars
We encourage you to view the most recent One Health Seminars on COVID-19. The two professionals who presented have years of experience; in fact, Dr. Rasmussen is the former CDC Director of Public Health Preparedness. Watch now:
Seminar 1: COVID-19 Update: The Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
Seminar 2: COVID-19 Update: The Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
Seminar 3: COVID-19 Update: The Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
Seminar 4: COVID-19 Update: The Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
Seminar 5: COVID-19 Update: The Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
We remain committed to you! Keep in touch via Twitter, Facebook, call (352-294-4880), or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please visit our calendar and website for updated information, guidance, and resources.
Stop the Spread of COVID-19 with Good Personal Health Habits
- Avoid having close contact with people who are sick.
- Practice social distancing and STAY HOME!
- If you’re sick, stay home; call your doctor before going in.
- Use tissues to cover your coughs and sneezes and immediately throw them away.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects daily (tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet handles).
- If surfaces are dirty, they should be cleaned using a detergent and water prior to disinfection.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Find out more about what you should be doing to prepare for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)