Health Equity

NOAH is a founding member of the Niagara Falls Health Equity Task Force, and we are working closely with our community partners to dramatically expand access to COVID-19 testing and lifesaving information in our city and county.

FREE COVID-19 TESTING FOR CONGREGATIONS

NOAH is organizing FREE COVID-19 testing for congregations, in partnership with Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. As our congregations begin to reopen, it is important that we all get tested! To schedule a FREE testing event at your church or place of worship, please call our office at 716-285-3590 or email info@noahniagara.org today!

NIAGARA FALLS TESTING SITES

  • Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, 621 10th St., Niagara Falls: testing daily. Call 716-278-4496 for information.
  • Community Health Center of Niagara, 2715 Highland Ave, Niagara Falls, NY: every Thursday from 9:00AM-4:00PM. Call 716-986-9199 ext. 5907 for information.
  • Rite Aid, 1030 Pine Ave., Niagara Falls, NY: testing daily. Drive thru only, sampling is by self-service nasal swab. Click here to schedule appointment.
  • For a full listing of test sites county-wide, visit the Niagara County Department of Health
  • Check our Events Calendar for listings of upcoming Testing Events!

 

knowledge is power

Here are links to additional resources that may be useful to you:

 

WE ARE HERE TO HELP!

We know that you, our beloved family and neighbors, may be worried or afraid or struggling with social isolation at this time. We see you. Reach out to us if you need to talk about it.

To our friends in the healthcare industry on the front lines of this pandemic, we see you, and we know that you are struggling with your own challenges and fears for yourselves and your families. We thank you for your service. Let us know if you need to talk.

To schedule a one-to-one with a member of our team, email info@noahniagara.org with a good phone number and times when you are available, and we will call you!

Basic Safety precautions

Please incorporate these simple steps into your daily routines to keep yourself and your family safe:

    1. As much as possible, pleaseĀ stay at home to help reduce the spread of the virus through our community.
    2. Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after coughing or sneezing, going to the bathroom, and before eating or preparing food.
    3. Avoid touching your face.
    4. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and then throw the tissue in the trash. If a tissue is not readily accessible, cough or sneeze into your elbow to avoid contamination to your hands.

In community organizing, we know that taking care of each other starts at the grassroots, with each of us. Please use your best judgment and do your part to help keep your community safe and healthy.