Below are resources for homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak or who have other needs. We feel for the homeowners impacted with physical malady and financial distress. While we can’t remove the negative impact of the outbreak, we want to help be a part of the solution.
Spectrum Association Management Resources
Do You Need HOA Assessment Assistance?
- If you’ve been financially impacted by COVID-19, determine your eligibility for a hardship.
- Need extra time to pay your assessments, consider a payment plan.
Help Others in Need:
Serve Those Who Serve Us:
- Want to help someone in your community? Find out how you can serve an essential worker.
- Know a Community Super Hero? Nominate your healthcare hero or essential worker hero.
Health and Human Services Programs:
- 211 is a comprehensive source of local social services information across the U.S.
- CDC – Recommendations
- World Health (WHO) – Important Information
- John Hopkins Resource Center- Includes Interactive Map
- Texas Related Information
- Arizona Related Information
- Meals on wheels is distributing 10 meals for seniors and another 10 for a spouse. The drop-off happens curbside to avoid exposure.
- Many school districts are also providing meals
- H-E-B/Favor senior support
- Search additional food for resources in your zip code:
- Donate to help feed those in need.
Job Search and Workforce Resources:
- Unemployment Benefits
- FMLA Eligibility
- Texas Workforce Commission
- Arizona Job Conection
- Many utility companies are not disconnecting services during this time. Some cities also have assistance programs.
- Lookup utilities suspending disconnection.
- Contact your utility for personal assistance details
- Internet: Several companies are offering free internet.
- Cell phone: T-Mobile is providing unlimited data for current users. Verizon is waiving late fees. Contact your provider for assistance.
- Elderly Services related to covid 19
- Elder Care
- Mental Health Support Line: Open 24/7 – 1-833-986-1919
How to talk to children about the pandemic
- Use these tips to help children understand what is happening.
Keep kids engaged during social distancing:
- Tour a famous museum
- Keep their minds (and yours) sharp
- 30-day Lego challenge, with prompts
- Keep a daily schedule balancing productive time with fun
- Visit a national park: Yellowstone National Park or Yosemite National Park
- Sneak a peak into the lives of animals San Diego Zoo El Paso Zoo Monterey Bay Aquarium
- Get outside!
Learn something new
- Free or low-cost training from top universities and instructors
- Enhance your HOA acumen with a free trial from Boardline Academy
- Learn to code
- Meditation (we could all use a bit of calm these days)
- Learn a new language
- Make the most of your groceries. Tune in to the Quarantine Cooking Show for ideas.