Health Housing and Human Services
When we look at county and state data, older adults are dying from suicide more than most other age groups, so we'd like to remind you: Loneliness, loss of interest in activities, isolated behavior, and trouble sleeping are NOT a normal part of aging.
We’ve identified multiple cooling centers throughout the county for members of the public. These centers are open when temperatures are dangerously warm. Residents who do not have access to cool places are encouraged to visit a center to avoid the heat and relax.
For a central number to get information about shelters, transportation or other resources, call 211.
To sign up for text alerts for critical, emergency announcements from the county, opt-in to Public Alerts.
These facilities are open during normal operating hours noted below, for individuals and families needing shelter from severe weather. Please call ahead to confirm.