Starting March 15, people with disabilities are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine! Eligible individuals ages 16-64 with a range of physical and behavioral disabilities will be asked to sign a statement confirming they meet the criteria for disabilities or high-risk medical conditions. Please note that eligibility does not guarantee access to the vaccine due to limited supply, but we encourage you to sign up now so that you’ll be in the process as availability of vaccine increases. For more information, please visit https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/

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PathPoint Stands in Solidarity with the AAPI Community

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(March 24, 2021) PathPoint stands in solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. During the pandemic, the AAPI community has been increasingly targeted and experienced acts and crimes of hate and violence. The shooting in Atlanta in which a man killed eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent, is a tragedy and highlights the importance of addressing the racial pandemic in this country. PathPoint is committed to helping combat this hatred and to supporting our co-workers, clients and people we support, and fellow community members in California and across the nation.