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352-327-8005

For Live, Free Medical Liaison Monday-Friday for Spanish-speakers with COVID-19 questions or concerns.
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Welcome to the VIVIR-21 medical, social and legal collaborative! This program is a partnership between the Rural Women’s Health Project, UF’s Equal Access Clinic Network, Florida Legal Services and UF MedLife.

 

¡Bienvenido a la colaboración médica, social y legal de VIVIR-21! Este programa es una colaboracizón entre el Proyecto de Salud de Rural Women's Health Project, la Red de Clínicas de Equal Access de UF (Equal Access Clinic Network) de UF, los Servicios Legales de Florida y UF MedLife.
Our common vision is to serve Spanish-speaking Latinx community members in North Central Florida who are experiencing any of the following:
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • have tested positive
  • been in close contact with a person experiencing COVID-19
  • desires access to COVID-19 vaccinations
Our goal is to reduce the health inequities experienced by people of color, demonstrate recognition of their presence in our community and offer support that is needed to quarantine and survive COVID-19.
If you live in North Central Florida and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or if your community has questions about COVID or the COVID vaccine and is interested in an education event, please call our VIVIR line: 352-327-8005

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VIVIR-21 intends to offer to those with need:
  • free medical monitoring/provider consultation when necessary
  • linkage to COVID testing
  • access to social needs to support quarantine and wellbeing (including medication, food assistance, referrals to services, etc.)
  • free legal advice related to COVID-19 housing, employment or language access issues. 
  • access to COVID vaccinations
  • COVID-related prevention education to communities

VIVIR-21 responds to:
  • disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color
  • a void of linkage to care options for limited English proficient Spanish-speakers
  • provide information in Spanish to limited English proficient speakers
  • the limited dissemination of information on legal rights around COVID-19 as related to housing, labor and other rights
  • the responsibility to make all residents seen and included in a unified response to COVID-19

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VIVIR-21 Funders:
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Thank you to our partners:
Florida Health Department logoFlorida Legal Services logoFlorida Migrant Education Program logoEast Coast Migrant Head Start Project logoUF Equal Access Clinic Network logoHoly Family Catholic Church Williston logoLevy County Emergency Management logoUF MedLife logoOcala Farm Ministry logoProject SALUD logoRCMA logoUF Health logoWalgreens logo