San Diego Imperial Regional Advisory Committee Meeting (Agenda)
DATE: May 11, 2023
TIME: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM


Digital Divide and Vaccine Distribution 

The lack of internet accessibility has made the COVID-19 vaccine distribution process challenging. Vaccine signups have primarily been taking place online, making it harder for seniors and communities of color without broadband connection to schedule appointments. While it’s possible to make an appointment over the phone, many call centers have left people waiting on hold for hours.  

Our guide highlights:

  • Broadband Connectivity Issues for Seniors
  • Communities of Color and Vaccination Rates
  • Resources and Financial Assistance on How to Get Help
Vaccination Super Station

The County of San Diego is taking the lead to get more front line health care workers vaccinated by collaborating with regional partners UC San Diego Health, the Padres and the City of San Diego to open the County’s first COVID-19 Vaccination Super Station. This new “POD” program being piloted by the County is a way to quickly and safely vaccinate the 500,000 health care workers in our region eligible for 1A-Tier categories on the state of California’s vaccine priority list including those who provide In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS). The County had previously established four small pods across the region that were administering hundreds of vaccines to health care workers daily that will continue to operate, but the Vaccination Super Station will enable up to 5,000 doses per day of vaccines to be administered to health care workers.

Starting Monday, January 11, 2021, the Vaccination Super Station will be operating from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week for healthcare workers (see list of who qualifies). Vaccines will only be administered to healthcare workers who have made an appointment online at The County’s Vaccination Super Station will be located at the Padres-controlled Tailgate Lot, an expansive space located on Imperial Avenue near Petco Park. Health care workers will be required to present proof they are a health care worker when they arrive onsite. Health care workers will be able to stay in their vehicle to receive the vaccine shot and will remain onsite for 15-minutes to be monitored, once cleared, they can drive away.

Quick Tips For Health Care Workers Who Make an Appointment at the Vaccine Super Station
  1. Health care workers are encouraged to first contact their healthcare providers to request the vaccine, but if none are available, then they should make an appointment for the County’s COVID-19 Vaccine Super Station.
  2. Appointments are required and have to be made at
  3. Do not schedule an appointment if you have COVID-19, or are sick. Please follow CDC guidance for those situations.
  4. Medical professionals administering the vaccine will be wearing personal protective equipment.
  5. Wear a mask.
  6. Acceptable forms of proof to be presented at the County’s Vaccine Super Station: Employee ID badge with photo or other documents, including a professional license and a photo ID, signed letter from their employer on facility letterhead and a photo ID; or, a payment stub or timesheet from their healthcare employer or in-home supportive services with a photo ID.


San Diego Imperial Regional Advisory Committee Meeting (Agenda)
DATE: March 9, 2023
TIME: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

San Diego Imperial Regional Advisory Committee Meeting (Agenda)
DATE: November 10, 2022
TIME: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The Self-Determination Experience Conference (Flyer)
DATE: November 4 & 5, 2022

All About Respite Online Training (Flyer) (Spanish Flyer)
DATE: October 5, 2022
TIME: 6:30 PM

SDCEPD’s 23rd Annual “Jobtoberfest” (Flyer) (Press Release)
DATE: October 12, 2022
TIME: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

San Diego Imperial Regional Advisory Committee Meeting (Agenda)
DATE: September 8, 2022
TIME: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

San Diego Imperial Regional Advisory Committee Meeting (Agenda)
DATE: July 14, 2022
TIME: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Self-Determination Advisory Committee
DATE: June 16, 2022
TIME: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
For more information and to register, please visit



Summer 2021 (Flyer)

Bipolar Disorder and Self-Evaluation Test:

Release-Exchange of Information Form

Take Me Home Program – Registration for the Take Me Home program is now available online! Take Me Home (TMH) is a local registry created by the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and used by law enforcement all over San Diego County. TMH uses facial recognition technology to help identify and safely return home those who may wander or become missing, and are unable to identify themselves or where they live. We encourage you to register your child or family member (if appropriate) today. Registration and more information:

Resources and Support for College Students with Disabilities

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San Diego Imperial Regional Office
8880 Rio San Diego Drive, Suite 1015

San Diego, CA 92108-1634

(619) 688-3323
Fax: (619) 688-3296

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Mary Ellen Stives

Debbie Marshall

Suzanna Szewiola
Office Technician

Viridiana Salgado
Information & Outreach Intern

RAC Members

Imperial County
Jacqueline Estrada-Riddell, Vice-Chair
Melissa Cenizo
Julie St. Pierre

San Diego County
Marta Leyva, Chairperson
Leticia Galvan
Nicole Brobeck
Helen Crenshaw
Harvey Goldman
Dayon Higgins
David Jespersen
Susan Madison
Nancy Vogel
James Walker