RESOURCES FOR HELP

 

If you are in a mental health crisis, please reach out to Crisis Text Line for help or

Text HOME to 741741 to be connected with a crisis counselor. 

You are not alone.

Food | Housing Assistance | HealthcareMore Aid | Info/Resources | Mental Health | Classes
Career/Work | Entertainment Industry | Hospitality IndustryState Specific | Hurricane Delta
New Section: Help for the Holidays
 
FOOD

 

USDA Food Assistance

USDA resources for food assistance for individuals, families, and children.

SNAP is a government food assistance program run state by state.

SNAP Eligibility Information and State Directory

 

Feeding America

Information on SNAP, troubleshooting SNAP issues, and find food banks by zip code

Full Cart

A virtual food bank program by the nonprofit Feeding Children Everywhere

 

Food Finder

A website/app that will use your location to help you find free food providers near you.

Food Pantries Search

Pantries and subsidized groceries by state

Imperfect Foods Discount Box

Grocery delivery box with big discounts for those eligible.

Meals4Kids

USDA Meals for Kids Site Finder

Lasagna for Parents

Parents can request a free lasagna family dinner.

 
HOUSING ASSISTANCE

 

National Eviction Moratorium

Find out if you are protected under current CDC national eviction moratorium and use their form

notify your property manager that you are protected from eviction. Another resource on this topic is Eviction Lab

State Eviction Protections

Evictions are illegal in many places during COVID. Check if that is true for your area here. Your landlord

may not be aware or may be ignoring this and you can point it out to them or apply for legal aid.

 

NLIHC - Rental Assistance

State-by-state directory of emergency rental assistance programs. They have also compiled an in-depth, city-level database.

Affordable Housing 

Resources for low income housing

Just Shelter

Comprehensive site of housing resources at national and state levels.

 

Consolidated Credit

Consolidated Credit is offering foreclosure prevention counseling via

a new free COVID-19 mortgage hotline staffed by certified housing counselors.

Call 211
HEALTHCARE
 
Healthcare.gov

Open enrollment for healthcare plans starts November 1. You can also find out if you are eligible for Medicare.

Free Healthcare Clinics

Find clinics offering services to economically disadvantaged individuals for free or at a nominal cost,

including free health clinics for those with no health insurance who do not qualify for Medicaid or Medicare

Navigating Medicaid and Medicare

Live Chat with USAGov agents or call 1-844-USA-GOV1 (1-844-872-4681)

Prescription and Pharmacy Assistance

There are many resources for this: WellRX, SingleCare, Partnership for Prescription Assistance

TogetherRX, MHA National, Patient Advocate

Call 211

 
FINANCIAL AND LEGAL AID

 

Legal Aid

Find the provider in your area. They can help with UI benefits, disability benefits, and medicaid/medicare

benefits or getting food stamps, eviction protection, utility company or landlord issues, and more. 

You can also reach your Congressperson or Senator’s office for help on delayed UI claims.

 

 211.org

#1 Start here! Comprehensive resource that helps connect people with local resources for needs

including diapers, food, online/phone counseling services, healthcare, etc.

 

Mutual Aid

See if there is a Mutual Aid in your area. They can help with all types of assistance.

Pandemic of Love

             A  grassroots, volunteer-led mutual aid organization that connects people in need with patrons who can help with that need

 

Aunt Bertha

A resource for finding free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more by zip code.

Assistance Paying Bills

Extensive resource ​with links and information to assist with paying all kinds of bills.

Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Assistance for paying heating or cooling bills for low income households.

Another Resource for Home Energy Assistance by state here.

Phone/Internet service Help

A FCC program called Lifeline that helps low income households with phone service/internet.

Another source for this information is Discover Lifeline.

Clothing and Supples Help

Get free clothes, supplies, and help from free clothing closets

 

WiFi Map/WiFi Finder

Connect to all Free WiFi Hotspots using WiFi Map App all over the World.

Community Solidarity Fund

Apply for a $250 grant from Make The Road NY

 

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund

Providing free, cash assistance to restaurant workers, delivery drivers and other tipped workers and service

workers — who are seeing their income decline during this disaster,

or aren’t able to work because of quarantines or other health concerns.”

Assistance for Unemployed/Underemployed Parents

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families government program information.

Christmas Gifts for Kids

Learn how to apply for Toys for Tots. More possible holiday gift programs to apply for here.

Buy Nothing Project

Community forum for giving away, lending, or sharing amongst neighbors. Give what you can. Ask for what you need.

Disability Insurance 

Federal Social Security Disability Insurance Information and Application.

Assistance for Veterans

The VA has announced that they will see and treat you for any health concern, even if you are not

yet enrolled in VA health care, so if you need medical care, contact your local VA or CBOC.

Transportation Assistance for the Elderly

ElderCare's Transportation for the elderly Online Locator. (or call their hotline 800-677-1116.)

Pet Owner Financial Assistance and Resource List

Humane Society's comprehensive listings of pet care support for individuals who are having trouble meeting the

financial needs of their pet.  Even more resources can be found at these additional links for pet owners: 

My Pet Child.com: low cost medical care and supplies searchable by location

Feeding Pets of the Homeless: Pet Food Locator

Waggle: Help with vet bills

Doggington Post article with more resources

Grants.gov

Create a free account that allows you to search and apply for various grants as an individual or as an organization.

Disaster Loan Assistance

Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Nonprofits, Homeowners, and Renters.

How Do I File for Unemployment Insurance?

               Find details of your own state’s program. And explanations for PEUC, EB, PUA extensions

 
 
Information and More Resources

 

Coronavirus Resource Hub | MoveOn.Org

On the Coronavirus Resource Hub, you can search for all kinds of support—from mental health resources to

financial funds to information on workers' rights and COVID to multilingual resources and more. 

 

NELP (National Employment Law Project)

Comprehensive information resource for unemployed and frontline workers 

 

Parents Anonymous 

Alt Link: http://parentsanonymous.org

A free resource for parents and youth who are experiencing stress. They have a hotline. 

 

Student Loan Suspension

The CARES Act suspended federal student loan payments and placed interest at 0%. Check this article for more information.

 

Retirement Funds

The CARES Act also allows those with retirement accounts to withdraw from them early without penalty. 

See this article for more information.  AARP also has resources. 

 

Assistance for Veterans

The VA has announced that they will see and treat you for any health concern, even if you are not yet

enrolled in VA health care, so if you need medical care, contact your local VA or CBOC.

 

COVID-19 Resources

Additional list of resources/links for crisis, support, and grief.

USDA Disaster Resource Center 

              Here you will find information about specific disasters and emergencies, how to prepare, recover, and help build long-term resilience, as well as information about USDA assistance during disaster events.

 

Workplace Safety Information: OSHA

Information and resources for workplace safety during COVID.
 

Reddit Community 

A Reddit thread on Unemployment

 

Serious Illness Care Program COVID-19 Response Toolkit

A toolkit for people at higher risk of becoming very sick from COVID-19.

 

PPP Loan Forgiveness: Blog

A Complete Guide to PPP Loan Forgiveness for the Self-Employed

Unemployment PUA

Online Resource for info on PUA, LWA, remote learning, and work search resources. 

Self Employed Unemployment

Self Employed Unemployment Facebook support and resource group 

 

iiAmerica

            iAmerica for the latest news, COVID-19 resources, and ways to join the fight to protect immigrant families 

 

IHS (Indian Health Service)

Various resources for tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian organizations. 

 

National Congress of American Indians

A link to Covid-19 related forums and webinars on the impact of the pandemic on tribal nations, and their

necessary implications for tribal governmental action and federal funding support.

 

U.S. Department of the Interior Indian Affairs

Federal response resources for tribal use.

 
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line

This service provides free trained crisis counselors who can listen and respond through text messages.

They operate 24/7. Text “MHA” to 741741to get in touch.

Support Groups

Anxiety and Depression Association of America's list of Support Groups.

Their online peer-to-peer support group is here.

 

Distress Helpline (DDH) - SAMHSA

            This free helpline provides crisis counseling & support 24/7 365 days of the year for anyone experiencing distress

due to public health emergencies & other natural disasters. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746  

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Practicing social isolation can be extraordinarily difficult for those living with abusive intimate partners.

Call 1-800-799-7233, log onto thehotline.org or text “LOVEIS” to 22522 to speak with someone.

Caregiver Help Desk

Caregiving experts can provide the information you need to navigate complex senior citizen caregiving challenges

due to COVID19 risks. Call 855-227-3640 between 8a and 7p to speak with a caregiving expert.

 

Sanvello Health

Provides free premium access to clinically validated techniques, coping tools and peer support to

anyone impacted by COVID-19 immediately for the duration of the crisis.

 

The Trevor Project

            This nonprofit organization operates a national 24-hour toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.

To reach the hotline, call 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 678678.

 

Other Mental Health and Self Care Resources Including Free Apps.

 

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

RAINN offers survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones support, self-care tools,

and information to help manage the effects of trauma.

 

How Right Now

A website that helps with resources/inspiration for dealing with mental health.

 

What’s your Grief

A website that helps with resources for grief in various ways.

 

COVID Grief Network

A website that provides young people in their 20s or 30s experiencing grief in the face of COVID-19

2-6 weeks with a grief worker, and can connect you with their longer term support network.

 

Kind Words

            A game on Steam that allows you to write or answer short letters, talking about your problems or

offering kind words into the world. It also has a really lovely relaxing soundtrack.

Volunteer

If you need a community to get involved with, please consider volunteering with us (all virtual).

HELP FOR THE HOLIDAYS
 
Toys for Tots Christmas Gifts for Kids

Search for your state and then request toys for Toys for Tots. More possible holiday gift programs to apply for here.

How to Sign up for USPS Gifts from Santa

Send stamped letter by USPS to: Santa Claus 123 Elf Road. North Pole, 88888

Salvation Army Assistance

Search for services and resources from your local Salvation Army

Christmas Assistance Programs by Location

You can skip all the reading at the top and scroll down to the list of clickable locations.

Operation Homefront: For Military Families

Sign up to find holiday meals, toys, and events in your area for military families

 
FITNESS

Yoga with Adrienne

This woman is incredible. Her videos are free on Youtube and there is a great community of support.

 

Free at Home Workouts

Fitness Blender provides free full length workout videos, workout routines, healthy recipes and more.

EDUCATIONAL CLASSES

 

WiFi Map/WiFi Finder

Connect to all Free WiFi Hotspots using WiFi Map App all over the World.

Coursera

A multitude of online classes. Many are free.  

During COVID they are offering a free contact tracer class from Johns Hopkins.

 

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn and Microsoft have created several free (some paid) courses for training new tech jobs in the COVID economy.

 

Trailhead | The fun way to learn

             Learn In-Demand Skills, Earn Resume-Worthy Credentials, Connect to Opportunities.

 

Free E-Books

Over 60,000 free e-books.

For Kids: National Geographic

Virtual experiences and exercise for K-12 kids

 
CAREER/WORK

Free Classes to Further Careers Above

 

WiFi Map/WiFi Finder

Connect to all Free WiFi Hotspots using WiFi Map App all over the World!

CareerOneStop: Careers and Career Information 

Career exploration, training, and jobs. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. A partner of the American Job Center network.

 

Online Resume Builder

A free online resume builder. Another option: Resume Builder

 

Career Path Services

Can help you get training, education, and employment 

 

Career Tools

While this website is geared for Washington residents, all their workshops are virtual including things

like tips for resume and cover letters, and it has a bunch of other resources.

Open Remote Work Positions

Running list of open remote work jobs from USAJobIndex.com (Not an ExtendPUA doc)

 

Becoming a poll worker

Information on how to become a poll worker and help our democracy.

Job Seeker

Helping you find remote work. Our local staffing experts promote you to employers.

 

Career Advice Blog

The Muse. Job search, coaching, advice, resume building.

 
INDUSTRY - ENTERTAINMENT
 
Americans for the Arts

A comprehensive list of resources for those in the arts. Creative Capital also has a great list.

 

Artist Relief

Artist Relief will distribute $5,000 grants to artists facing dire financial emergencies due to COVID-1 and

serve as an ongoing informational resource. Current cycle Application.

 

Crew Nation

Financial relief for Live Music crew members.

 

Actors Fund (NYC) 

NYC entertainment workers can go to the Friedman Health Center, without insurance, for sliding scale

low cost medical care. Other resources also available at their site.

 

Atlanta Arts Relief

Providing a relief fund and resources for artists in Atlanta. 

MusiCares

The Recording Academy's Resources for the music community struggling during this pandemic.

Sweet Relief Musicians Fund

If you're a musician or music industry worker who lost 50% of your income, you're eligible to apply to this fund.

 

IATSE Coronavirus Active Response and Engagement Service

            A new initiative designed to provide support IATSE’s most at-risk, elderly, and/or disabled members during the COVID-19 crisis.

 

The Path Fund

The PATH Fund's Grant Program will provide financial assistance through individual grants to qualifying

members of The Path Fund community.

 

The Search Foundation

Provides up to $5k in resources for Event Industry Professionals in crisis. 

 

CERF+ Relief Grant

$1,000 grants to meet urgent food, housing and/or health insecurities.

The program will focus on those facing the most severe financial pressures.

This fund is currently closed, but is fundraising for another round in early 2021.

 
INDUSTRY - RESTAURANTS AND HOSPITALITY
  
ROC United

National and city/state resources available to restaurant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund for gig workers 

 

Another Round Another Rally

Offering $500 relief grants for hospitality workers who lost their jobs or had their hours slashed in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

United States Bartenders Guild

State by state resources guide.

 

Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation

Advocacy and action group created by and for the restaurant worker community.

 
STATE SPECIFIC RESOURCES
California | New York | Florida | Idaho | Kentucky | MassachusettsNebraska | Oregon | Washington
Cities: Los Angeles | NYC | Kansas City | Washington DC

 

If your state isn’t listed, we would be happy to add it.

Until then you can find some state specific resources by choosing your state here.

 

Council of State Governments COVID-19 Resources

Links to every state's specific site of resources and information, as well as a tab of general resources.

Childcare.gov Child/Family Resources

Information provided by each state and territory to help families and child care providers stay informed during

this fast-moving and developing situation.

State Facebook Groups for Unemployment Support


 

HURRICANE DELTA: AL, FL/ LA, MS, TX
 
HUB: Hurricane Delta Resource Center

A list of various resources by state and type for Hurricane Delta

 

RedRover

Pet-friendly evacuation shelters and tips.

 

211.org or Call 211
You can find wildfire resources in affected states sections.
 
 
 
NEW YORK STATE

 

New York State Office of Mental Health (NYS OMH)

            In response to increased need for mental health care, NYS OMH has created a hotline with free mental health counseling.

Call 1-844-863-9314 to speak to someone.

NYS Services Search Tool

Search tool for NYS services available for your need(s).

 

NEW YORK CITY

 

NYC Coronavirus Crisis: Resources for You : City Limits

Incredibly thorough list of resources from food assistance to wifi hotspots to testing for COVID.

 

NYC’s 311 Resource

 

Mutual Aid NYC

Hotline: +1.646.437.8080

A network of groups organizing to provide aid and support to New Yorkers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

NYC Food Delivery Assistance 

Food pantries for pick-up: text FOOD to 726879. It takes 2 minutes to sign up via chat-bot, and you can make a

reservation to pick up food at a pantry within walking distance of your home, no questions asked.

The app is in 9 languages and includes 170 pantries across all 5 boroughs.

 

Map of Food Pantries and Food Distribution Centers in NYC

 

Free Meal Distribution for Anyone in NYC

Find free grab and go meals near you, available multiple times a day.

 

Free Groceries at Brooklyn Pantry

Near Brownsville/East NY/Canarsie at 716 Chester St, Brooklyn, NY 11212. Every Thursday pick up from 9-2pm.

(Will deliver free on Fridays & Saturdays for neighbors sick or over age 65: call 1-718-306-1036)

 

NYC Mental Health Counseling

Free, confidential mental health counseling 24/7.

Text “WELL” to 65173, or call 1-888-NYC-WELL or visit their website.

 

Crisis Text Line 

Or text “HOME” to 741741

 

Met Council on Housing

212-979-0611, tenants’ rights hotline. If you qualify for SNAP benefits or cash assistance, they can apply here.

 

NYC Pet Hotline

Connects callers to pet relief resources such as subsidized emergency vet care, food and supply distribution

services, and temporary placement or supplemental care of animals. 

 
 
FLORIDA 

COVID-19 Resource List

Extremely comprehensive list of resources for those in Florida

Unemployed Florida Resource

Links to applications for all CARES assistance (rent, utilities, etc) and more

 
HUB: Hurricane Delta Resource Center

A list of various resources by state and type for Hurricane Delta

 

FLORIDA Facebook Support Groups 

Facebook Action group for COVID-19 unemployment (Florida)

Facebook Group for Florida Unemployment Issues

Facebook Action group for COVID-19 unemployment (Florida)

 
CALIFORNIA 

 

211

Resources for food, housing, utilities, healthcare, mental health, and other assistance.  


CalFresh

Apply for food assistance

            

Wireless Emergency Alerts

]Sign up for California emergency alerts to keep you up to date, organized by counties.

 

People Assisting The Homeless: epath.org

Building affordable housing and providing supportive service

 

Family Giving Tree

Holiday toys for kids

 

Jobs and Careers

CA Dept. of Public Health, Human Resources Division. Career opportunities by Occupational areas,

Exam / Assessment Search Results.

 

Animal Friends Rescue Project 

Spay-Neuter Vouchers & Mobile Clinics, Help Placing Your Dog or Cat, Compassionate Surrender Program in Pacific Grove CA 

 

Ready for Wildfire

Create your custom wildfire preparedness action plan.

 

Northern California Wildfire Assistance

Links for resources including relief funds, direct relief assistance, including help for immigrants and small businesses.

 

Wildfire RedCross Shelters

Find a shelter by searching your zip code. Shelters provide a place to sleep, meals, healthcare,

childcare, laundry, and more. They are open to everyone including service animals.

 

Southern California Wildfire Assistance

Links for resources including relief funds, direct relief assistance, including help for immigrants.

 

California Fire Foundation

Get a $250 gift card from a local fire department for disaster relief basic necessities.

 

FEMA Individual Disaster Assistance

Help supporting recovery from a major disaster.

 

Airbnb

Offering free home stays for those in need of emergency housing (they also offer some free housing for refugees and medical stays).

 

Community Care Relocation

If you are trying to locate someone who has been evacuated from a State licensed community care facility due to the California wildfires.

 
 
LOS ANGELES, CA

 

MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity). 

The largest food bank in Los Angeles and one of the largest in California. They also have a clothing center, family support

center, services for the homeless. Some services are limited during COVID.   The Los Angeles number is 818-897-2443

 

Free Covid-19 Testing

A map of testing locations and a section for mobile testing facilities.

 

L.A. Housing and Community Investment Dept. 

Renters protection and affordable housing

 

L.A. City information and services

Download the MyLA311 app for Android or iPhone

 

L.A. County Rent Relief 

             Applications will open on August 17, 2020, for income-eligible renters in Los Angeles County                  

 

Free COVID-19 testing | COVID-19: Keeping Los Angeles Safe 

              The City of Los Angeles, in partnership with Curative Inc. and CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort)

 

LA COVID 19 Relief Fund 

Supporting micro-entrepreneurs, small businesses, and nonprofits across la county

HousingIsKey.com 

Your Personal Guide to your rights and options under the Housing Stabilization Act of 2020

 

Homeless Housing COVID-19: Project Room Key

Securing hotel and motel rooms for vulnerable people experiencing homelessness.

 

Let's Feed L.A.COVID-19: Food

Connecting those in need to those who can help

 

Hospitality_Workers_COVID-19 Fund

Assistance for the hospitality industry.

Midnight Mission Homeless Services

Homeless Programs & Services, Shelters, Food, Toy Drive, and more.

L.A. County’s Domestic Violence hotline is 1-800-978-3600

 
 
 
 
KANSAS CITY, MO  

 

Kauffman Foundation

Education, Entrepreneurship, Kansas City Civic Funding and Grants.

MASSACHUSETTS
 
Healthcare Assistance - Advocacy for Access

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that all individuals (with certain exceptions) have health insurance. Advocacy for Access can help you apply for coverage. The various programs available to Massachusetts residents can cover the cost of Doctor visits, hospital stays, behavioral health & substance abuse treatment, prescription drugs, and emergency care.

Berkshire Community Resources and Community Programs - BCAC

A number of emergency assistance programs for Berkshire community residents covering heating fuel assistance, weatherproofing, home heating and repair, as well as community programs for food banks, winter clothing and other individual emergency assistance needs.

MA PUA Pandemic Unemployment Help - Facebook Group
MA Unemployment Consultation - Facebook Group
 
 
NEBRASKA

 

Housing Initiatives 

 

CARES Act Financial Assistance  

Lutheran Family Services uses CARES Act funds to provide grants to families and individuals. 

 

Coronavirus Aid Fund 

Help with utility bills for Nebraskans

 

Workforce Retraining Initiative  

Scholarships available for workforce retaining

 
OREGON

 

Oregon Wildfire Resources

             Wildfire news and information as well as resources including emergency housing sites, mental health resources, food finders, insurance information, and more.

 

Wildfire Red Cross Shelters

Find a shelter by searching your zip code. Shelters provide a place to sleep, meals, healthcare, childcare,

laundry, and more. They are open to everyone including service animals.

 

Oregon Worker Relief Fund

Financial support directly for Oregonians who have lost their jobs yet are ineligible for Unemployment Insurance and

federal stimulus relief due to their immigration status, and now face hunger, homelessness, and economic hardship.

 

Oregon Relief Fund

Cash grants for Black individuals, Black-owned businesses, and Black-led nonprofit organizations who

have experienced financial adversity due to COVID-19.

 

211

Food, housing, health, utilities, child care, and other assistance.

 

Food Assistance

Feeding America food bank resources

 

Social Service Assistance

Links to resources for food assistance, emergency resources, information on public assistance for immigrants, etc.

 

Government COVID-19 Resources

Housing assistance and community services

 

Assistance Resources

Childcare, disability, domestic violence, family support, housing, and job assistance.

 

Law Help

Legal, energy, and utility help links

 

Unemployment Assistance

Information on unemployment and job search assistance.

 

Small business help

Small business relief funds

 

Oregon Department of Forestry : Information & statistics : Fire 

             Current fire information, help after a wildfire

 

NWCC :: Home

               Oregon and Washington- Current Northwest Fire Situation - Daily Updates

 
OREGON Unemployment Help: Facebook

 

Oregon Unemployment Information and Help: Facebook
 
WASHINGTON STATE

 

NWCC :: Home

               Oregon and Washington- Current Northwest Fire Situation - Daily Updates

 

Information on Wildfires 

             Follow the #WaWILDFIRE hashtag on Twitter. Those who don't use Twitter can text 40404 to get

DNR tweets delivered to your phone as text message.

You can also check information on Inciweb (the Incident Information System) and through the

Northwest Interagency Coordination Center (see morning briefings).

 

Wildfire Assistance Resources

The Governors shelter and temporary housing resources and more.

For shelter you can also call: 

Okanogan, Douglas, Chelan, Spokane, Grant, Whitman Counties: 509-670-5331  

Yakima, Benton and Franklin Counties: 509-820-4170    

 

RedCross

Find a shelter and download the emergency app

 

211

Housing and food assistance and more in your community.

 
Coronavirus Resources

Food and housing, mental health, legal, and childcare assistance and immigrant resource links.

 

Emergency Assistance

Emergency Assistance links like to housing and community service assistance.

 

Food Assistance

Links to various food assistance programs.  You can also call the Help Me Grow Washington Hotline at

1-888-436-6392 or find a food bank here.

 

Career Tools

           While this website is geared for Washington residents, all their workshops are virtual including things like

tips for resume and cover letters, and it has a bunch of other resources.

 

Washington State Unemployment Support Facebook Group

Washington State Unemployment Support Group

ALL OTHER STATES

If your state isn’t listed, we would be happy to add it.

Until then you can find some state specific resources by choosing your state here:

 

Council of State Governments COVID-19 Resources

Links to every state's specific site of resources and information, as well as a tab of general resources.

Childcare.gov Child/Family Resources

Information provided by each state and territory to help families and child care providers stay

informed during this fast-moving and developing situation.

 

States affected by Hurricane Delta
 
Facebook Groups for Unemployment
Support By State
 
Alabama Unemployment Information and Help
 
Alaska Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Arizona Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Arizona - Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
 
Arizona Unemployment UI/PUA/PEUC/ FPUA/ Stimulus Checks
 
Arkansas Coronavirus Info and Updates
 
Arkansas Unemployment Information and Help
 
Colorado Unemployment Updates
 
Connecticut Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Connecticut Unemployment Benefits Info (Closed On Saturdays)
 
Delaware Unemployment Information and Help
 
Delaware Unemployment PUA Public Group
 
Florida Unemployment Issues
 
Florida Action group for COVID-19 unemployment (Florida)
 
 Georgia unemployment issues COVID-19
 
Georgia Unemployment Information and Help
 
Hawaii Unemployment Updates & Support Group
 
Hawaii PUA Updates & Support
 
Idaho Covid 19 Mutual Aid Group Public Group
 
Idaho Unemployment Group
 
illinois & Indiana Unemployment Guidance
 
Indiana Unemployment Peer to Peer Information
 
Iowa Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Kansas Unemployment Info and Help
 
Kentucky Unemployment Info and Help
 
Maine Unemployment Insurance Assistance
 
Maryland Unemployment Q and A 2020
 
Massachusetts PUA Pandemic Unemployment Help
 
Massachusetts Unemployment Consultation
 
Michigan Unemployment public help page during COVID-19
 
Michigan Unemployment Frustrations and Info
 
Michigan Unemployment & PUA Help & Resources
 
Minnesota Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Minnesota Unemployment Freelancers and Self Employed
 
Mississippi Unemployment COVID-19 
 
Nevada Unemployment Information and Help
 
Las Vegas Bartenders & Servers Unemployment and other assistance
 
New Hampshire Unemployment during COVID-19
 
New Jersey Unemployment Pandemic Group Public Group
 
New Jersey Unemployment Group
 
North Carolina Unemployment
 
North Carolina Unemployment Information and Help
 
North Carolina unemployment, stimulus, and NC Covid-19 updates Public Group
 
OREGON Unemployment Help
 
Oregon Unemployment Information and Help
 
Pennsylvania Unemployment Questions
 
PUA (Pennsylvania)
 
Rhode Island Unemployment/Coronavirus Info/Complaints and Tips
 
Unemployed Solidarity - Rhode Island
 
Tennessee Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Tennessee Unemployment Q&A Public Group
 
Texas Unemployment Updates
 
Texas Unemployment Information and Help Public Group
 
Virginia Unemployment
Virginia Unemployment Information and Help
 
Washington State Unemployment Support Group

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This list is compiled from personal research and contributors, with our best intentions.

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