County Action Summary May 25 - May 31
Medical Equipment and Supplies
|Distributed Resources to the Community||Quantity*|
|PPE - suit||9,852|
|Outstanding Resource Requests from the State||Quantity|
|Masks - all types||2,640,710|
|KN95 or similar||6,263|
Hospital Support, Communication, Readiness, and Response
Bed Preparedness for Surge
Table 1 includes the current bed capacity in the hospital system. As of 5/29/20, OC hospitals are at 65% total hospital capacity and the system has sufficient surge capacity to scale up to 70%, if needed.
|Current Bed Capacity|
|Total # of Hospital Beds (pre-COVID-19)||4,879|
|Expanded Bed Capacity (21%)||+1,024||5,903|
|Existing Surge Tents||+50||5,953|
|Ordered Surge Tents||15 arrived / awaiting 5 more|
|Total Bed Capacity||6,053|
The data below is reflective of the County's COVID-19 Homelessness Response System which is being managed by Illumination Foundation, the contracted provider, and encompasses the following three components:
- Temporary Isolation Shelter for individuals who are sick or symptomatic for COVID-19.
- Temporary Shelter for Vulnerable Populations, including asymptomatic individuals who are medically vulnerable and /or 65 years and older.
- Temporary Emergency Shelter System for individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness and asymptomatic.
Illumination Foundation provides daily meals and snacks, medical oversight, on-site security, transportation in and out of all sites, linkage to support services, and coordinates with Health Care Agency for behavioral health services.
|Access Referral Line||5/25 to 5/31||Total to Date|
|Incoming Calls to Access Referral Line||314||2,240|
|Calls that Resulted in Referrals||149||1,089|
|COVID-19 Testing*||5/25 to 5/31||Total to Date|
|Pending Results - OC Public Health Lab||3||N/A|
|Pending Results - Other Labs||2||N/A|
|Pending Testing (as of Sunday, 5/31)||5||N/A|
*Note: Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 and stay in Temporary Isolation Shelter will be re-tested for COVID-19 to confirm illness recovery.
The chart below provides a breakdown of the occupancy by program component and by site.
(as of 5/31)
|Temporary Isolation Shelters||60||77||137|
|Laguna Hills Motel||2||8||10|
|Temporary Shelter for Vulnerable Population||412||99||511|
(including 2 partners)
|Huntington Beach Motel||120||7||127|
|Laguna Hills Hotel||42||24||66|
|Temporary Emergency Shelter||32||68||100|
Public Safety Net
|Hotline/Phone Number||Call Volume|
|Adult Protective Services||322|
|Child Abuse Registry||646|
|Community Counseling Support Services (HCA)||45|
|Economic Business and Recovery Call Center (OCCR)||382|
|Health Referral Line (HCA)||1,644|
|NAMI WarmLine (HCA)||1,412|
|Office on Aging Call Line (OCCR)||741|
|Orange County Public Information Line (EOC)**||N/A|
**EOC Hotline was discontinued on 4/17
In-Home Supportive Services
On 5/15 SSA began a third round of calling IHSS clients to check back in on their health and well-being - these are clients that had previously been contacted and we are re-checking that their basic needs continue to be met. 6,548 calls have been made to date and a new round of calls is in progress. Additionally, SSA’s new IHSS hotline received 103 calls reflecting requests for immediate needs and resources during the week of 5/25 - 5/29.
Public Assistance Applications
|Total Applications Received (5/25-5/30)|
Emergent Need Benefits
|Emergent Services (5/25-5/30)|
|EBT New Card Issuance (Includes CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief, Forster Care)||100|
|EBT Replacement Cards (CalFresh, CalWORKs, General Relief)||176|
Vulnerable Population Response
Home Delivered Meals
Congregate Site Meals*
*Meals provided in a drive thru setting at senior centers.
|Measure||Number of Individuals|
|Positive Cases*||379 (35 current)|
|Quarantined (No symptoms)*||476|
|Medically Isolated (symptomatic)*||49|
*As of June 1, 2020