At-home tests are available for sale, check with local retailers and pharmacies to see where at-home tests are available.
Some insurance companies may cover the costs for COVID Test Kits. Please reach out to your insurance directly to confirm.
Below are the current available testing clinic locations in Sacramento County. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Liberty Towers Church
5132 Elkhorn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95842
La Familia Maple
3301 37th Avenue, Suite 7
Sacramento, CA 95824
MOVE IT UP² Mobile COVID-19 Testing was funded by California Department of Public Health, Office of Health Equity. MOVE IT UP² was Phase II of the MOVE IT UP Project, which focused on increasing COVID vaccine and testing access, and ended on September 30, 2022. MOVE IT UP² ended on June 30, 2023 and was an innovative service delivery project that shifted focus and sought to increase access to COVID testing and treatment for historically underserved communities, with a focus on Latinos and Latino farmworkers. The MOVE IT UP² project used mobile units that provided rapid testing to quickly connect COVID positive patients in Sacramento, Sutter, Butte, Glenn, and Colusa counties to telehealth treatment options.
The Test to Treat Digital Health Equity Pilot Project (T2T DHE) was a combination of efforts and funding from two of our Center's projects: MOVE IT UP² and Digital Health Equity. DHE is still continuing and is federally funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. T2T DHE included a telehealth component, connecting those who test positive with immediate virtual care at Federally Qualified Health Centers. T2T DHE was a partnership between the Center for Reducing Health Disparities, UCD Health, Health Education Council, WellSpace Health, and AMPLA Health. Our partnership aimed to advance health equity in historically underserved populations, connecting consumers with timely, accessible health care. The project brought health care to where consumers were, at the point of need. T2T DHE also encouraged continuity of care using Digital Health Navigators. Test-to-treat mobile teams operated six days a week, including regular evening and weekend hours, throughout Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sacramento, and Sutter counties. Between October 1, 2022 and June 31, 2023, the project provided over 6,000 tests to underserved communities and hosted 214 testing clinics.
For more information on the impact of MOVE IT UP’s Phase I, including number of vaccines and tests administered during Phase I of our project, please visit the MOVE IT UP Phase I project’s dashboard.
For more information on the impact of MOVE IT UP²'s number of tests and Telehealth visits administered during Phase II of our project, please visit the MOVE IT UP² Phase II project's dashboard.
If you would like to know more about this project or any of the Center for Reducing Health Disparities' projects please visit our Contact Page.