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 Connection
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.
- 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.