COVID-19
Resources

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Coronavirus and City Life

Coronavirus Health, Safety and Daily Updates on Numbers

 New York City Health – What you need to know for COVID-19 

NYC Health Novel Coronavirus Information for Providers

COVID-19 Services and Resources

COVID-19 Information by and For People with Disabilities

Information for Renters

 

Food Banks in New York City & The Bronx

NYC Schools FREE Meals

Invisible Hands

Food Bank NYC

City Harvest

Free Meals for Children

City Meals

Meal Delivery for Seniors

 

Resources for the Bronx Community

New York PAUSE Breakdown

Tenants’ Rights during Quarantine

Access NYC – for food, housing, work and more!

 

Resources for Our Workers

Unemployment Assistance

Get Covered NYC – Apply to receive free health insurance!

Reporting an employer: If you believe an employer is in violation of existing labor laws or recently issued executive orders you can contact the NYS Attorney General’s Office at (212) 416-8700 or Labor.Bureau@ag.ny.gov

 

Resources for Businesses

COVID-19 Business Outreach 

NYC Employee Retention Grant Program

NYC Small Business Continuity Loan Fund

NYS Department of Labor CARES Act Info

Help NOW NYC – for organizations and individuals

Jamaica Center BID
Queens Chamber of Commerce
York Small Business Development Center 

 

Immigration Resources

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services COVID-19 Updates

New York Immigration Coalition COVID-19 Campaign

 

Resources for Remote Learning

NYC Schools FREE Meals

NYC Schools: Learning from Home

Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings

Remote Learning Device Request

 

Resources for Job Seekers
NYC Department of Small Business Services

 

NYCHA

NYCHA’s rent hardship program provides assistance to residents who require rent reductions due to income losses. A household may qualify for a rent reduction based on rent hardship if all of the following conditions are met: (1) There is at least a 5% reduction to gross income. (2) Current rent is more than 30% of the net household income. (3) The reduction in income has lasted at least two months.

 

Resources for Survivors and Victims of Gender-Based and Domestic Violence
The Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence’s Family Justice Centers are closed, but victims and survivors can reach their office over the phone on Mondays to Fridays, 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. NYC Family Justice Center, Queens Call 718-575-4545. For assistance outside of office hours, call NYC’s 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline 800-621-4673. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE(7233) and also has an online chat option: https://www.thehotline.org/what-is-live-chat/. For additional resources, visit the NYC Hope Resource Directory online at: www.nyc.gov/NYCHOPE

Turning Point for Women and Families is working remotely. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 10 am to 6 pm. Please call at 718-550-3586 or email info@tpny.org
The follow services are available virtually:

  • Weekly Support Group for DV Survivors (Mondays, 12 pm- 1:30 pm)
  • Weekly Youth Group for Muslim girls ages 13-20 (Fridays, 4 pm-6 pm)
  • Individual Counseling Sessions for DV Survivors (Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm)
  • Services are available in the following languages: Bangla, English, Hindi, Punjabi, Turkish, and Urdu.

Turning Point for Women and Families created a resource for DV Survivors. You can click here.