Belle Haven Action Projects
To protect all Californians, it is important to control the spread of COVID-19 in our homes, workplaces, and communities. In order to limit transmission we encourage vaccination and boosters, testing, public health practices like mask wearing, and supporting isolation and quarantine of those infected with or exposed to COVID-19.
Connect community members
at crucial moments. Provide trust and support for a stronger community.
- Outreach at Public Meetings
- Office Hours at Senior Center
- Community Leadership & Legacy
- Assistance with Housing List Applications
Community Leadership for Climate Resilience.
Click link in title for our presentation as part of
the November 17, 2021 Environmental Justice Symposium at Stanford.
The Symposium brings together students and faculty at Stanford and other universities as well as community leaders from across the Bay Area and beyond to discuss critical environmental justice priorities and opportunities to collaborate.
ask the doc
On November 18, 2021, Dr. Kim Rhoads joined Belle Haven Action Executive Director for another edition of "Ask the Doc" Learn more about how to keep yourself and your loved ones safe during the pandemic. Since our discussion, we've learned more about different variants, and new guidance has emerged from the Centers for Disease Control. For More information, visit the County of San Mateo's Covid-19 website, as well as the CA state website, and the CDC. One helpful link is what to do if you feel sick, and another is the county's list of where to find a test In addition, Belle Haven Action has a limited number of rapid tests for residents. Request one here.