Food & HEALTHCARE
Local School Districts
Lunch and Weekend Food Boxes
Most school districts are distributing food to K-12 students during the shutdown. Further, many have extended this to ALL students, not just those that typically qualify for free or reduced lunch. Contact your local school district or school for more details.
Text BRAVE for 741-741 for emotional services support
Expanded Food Security
The HR 6201 Bill provides nearly $1 billion to expand access to food security programs, including SNAP, WIC, and the emergency food assistance program.
Certain households that have a child whose school has been closed for at least five consecutive days will be eligible for these benefits. Additionally, the measure temporarily lifts the work requirement for adults without dependent children to receive food stamps.
Free COVID-19 Testing
Health insurers and government programs will cover the cost of testing, including emergency room visits and doctor fees.
Meals on Wheels
Meal delivery for Senior Citizens. Visit https://www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org
Contact local community centers, churches, second harvest food centers. They are offering food pick up services.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Support and treatment locator for substance abuse and mental health in the U.S. Visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment