Thanks to substantial progress being made in the fight against COVID-19, Contra Costa County residents are beginning to go back to work, shop at local retail stores and hang out with small groups of loved ones under the recently updated Health Order. This is great news as the updated order eases some of the restricted activities that were prohibited under the previous orders. You can view the latest County health order here.
We must still take precautions to ensure we remain on track in terms of flattening the curve – but know that CCAS remains here to serve you.
Because of the efforts of our amazing staff and volunteers, we have been able to adapt our model to provide Contra Costa County residents and our partners with the services they need during this difficult time. From reuniting lost pets with their owners and supporting our partners in rescue to helping families find a quarantine buddy or furvever friend through our foster and adoption programs, CCAS has been here with you the whole way. We look forward to the day when we can re-open our shelter to the public. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to let us know how we can support you.
To learn about CCAS services during this time, please visit our CCAS COVID-19 page.