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COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act

 
Eviction Moratoria and Courthouse Operations
Contact the City’s Tenant Helpline by calling 311 and saying “Tenant Helpline”
 
Under a State law called the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act you can prevent yourself from eviction.
 
If you have experienced financial hardship or face significant health risk because of COVID-19, you cannot be evicted until at leastMay 1, 2021.
 
You must deliver your landlord, the local eviction court, or both a “Tenant’s Declaration of Hardship During the COVID-19 Pandemic”to protect yourself from eviction. To deliver this declaration online to the interested parties fill out this formby Housing Justice for All. A copy of the form will be sent to you.
 
For emergency cash assistance or to apply to the COVID-19 relief program, call 311 to get more information or visit the Major’s Office to Protect Tenants website.


 

Online Help with Homework/Tutoring NYPL

 
NYPL_logo1_black_pos-removebg-previewBrainfuse website
Elementary school to high school grades
Get a library card for services
 
Access free one-on-one tutoring for children from 2pm-11pm with Brainfuse at the New York Public Library. To set an appointment with a tutor, log in with your library card number. If you do not have a library card yet, get one by signing up here.
 
Services
► Get live tutoring for core areas such as mathematics (basic skills to Calculus II), science, reading and writing assignments, social studies, Spanish, English as a Second Language, Writing and essay feedback, and academic skills building.
► For older students, there are test prep and career services. To get more information about Brainfuse visit https://www.nypl.org/about/remote-resources/kids-and-teens/homework-help-brainfuse
 
Visit Brainfuse to learn more.
 

Brainfuse en español
Accede a tutorías individuales gratuitas para niños de 2 a 11 pm con Brainfuse de la Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York. Para programar una cita con un tutor, inicia una sesión con tu número de tarjeta de la biblioteca. Si no tienes una tarjeta de la biblioteca aún, recibe una registrándote aquí.
 
Servicios
► Recibe tutoría en vivo para áreas básicas como matemáticas (habilidades básicas para Cálculo II), ciencias, asignaciones de lectura y escritura, estudios sociales, español, inglés como segundo idioma, comentarios de redacción y ensayos y desarrollo de habilidades académicas.
► Para los estudiantes mayores, hay preparación para exámenes y servicios profesionales.
 
Visita Brainfuse para obtener más información.

 


iPad Request to the DOE

 
pngeggDevice Request form
Find Your School
Have the student’s ID number in hand
 
 
If you need a device for your child for the fall, use the DOE’s Device Request form. This information will be shared with your school so they can work with you to ensure your child has a device for blended or remote learning this Fall. If you need to contact your child’s school, use Find A School, and click on the General Information section of the school details.
 
Who Can Request an iPad
Any child, from 3K to grade 12, who attends an NYC public school, DOE Pre-K, or 3K program (NYCEEC/FCC) and who needs a device is eligible to receive a device for remote learning.
 
Charter school students who are eligible for devices:
–3K-12 students with individualized education programs (IEPs)
–3K-12 students who are living in a shelter, foster care, or are living doubled up who need a device
 
Private School Students who are eligible for devices:
–K-12 students who were recommended for non-public school placement by the DOE and placed at a state-approved non-public school by the Central Based Support Team
–K-12 students who attend a private or religious school and also receive special education services from the DOE, typically through an Individualized Education Services Program (IESP), who need a device for such services
 
Preschool students who receive special education services from the DOE, including students in NY State-Approved 4410 providers and students receiving related services or Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) services.
 


The Backpack Project NYC

 
bpnyc-logo-colorThe Backpack Project NYC website
Dropoff 1: 1396 Fulton Street, Brooklyn NY 11216 (Nicholas Brooklyn Store)
Dropoff 2: 4112 41 Street, Long Island NY 11104 *dropoff box located in the lobby
(347) 227-1709

 
The Backpack Project is providing each student with the necessary school supplies to have a successful school year. For more information about events and how to get school supplies for your child, call 347-227-1709.
 


Afterschool City Programs

 
afterschool_kidsCompass NYC Website
Discover DYCD Website with the “afterschool programs” filter
Afterschool programs for middle schoolers
DYCD Youth Connect at 646-343-6800 (teens/adolescentes)
 
Also call or visit the after school program staff at your child’s school for more information about their afterschool programming.
 

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, some programs are limiting services or offering them over the phone. For the most up-to-date information please contact programs directly using the DYCD website. To learn more about support for COVID-19 impacts, visit the Coronavirus Updates page by the NYC Council

 

Debido al brote del COVID-19, algunos programas están limitando servicios o alternativamente lo están ofreciendo por teléfono. Para información actualizada, por favor contacta los programas directamente visitando la página DYCD . Para aprender más acerca de los programas de apoyo disponible para COVID-19, visita la página de “Coronavirus updates” por el ayuntamiento de la ciudad de Nueva York

 


 
PRECOVID-19 INFORMATION

Afterschool programs take place right after classes, in the evenings, weekends, summer vacations, or holidays.

These programs help children do better in school, have better health, lower risky behaviors, and are a safe environment for children of working parents.
 
Afterschool Programs handout.
Spanish Afterschool Programs handout.
 

To find more after-school programs, visit the Comprehensive After School System for NYC (COMPASS NYC).
 

Los programas después de y fuera de clases ayudan a mejorar las notas, la salud física y el ambiente externo de los niños de padres trabajadores. Los programas pueden tomar lugar después de la escuela, en las noches, los fines de semanas, veranos, o días feriados.
 
Para más información sobre programas después de clases haz clic aquí.
 
Para encontrar más programas, visita la página del Sistema Comprensivo de Actividades Postescolares de la Ciudad De Nueva York (Compass NYC).

 


Emergency Child Care During Family Crisis

 
nycfoundlingFamily Crisis Center at New York Foundling
Locations in each borough
Parenting Support Helpline 1(888) 435-7553
The New York Foundling main phone number (212) 633-9300
 
If you are facing a crisis impacting your family such as loss of housing, parental health issues, domestic violence, or other situation the Maria Crisis Lucadamo Nursery can provide short-term child care and holistic for you and your child while you are addressing these crises.
 
Call the Family Crisis Center and Nursery at 1(888) 435-7553 for help and emergency child care.
 
The New York Foundling that manages the Nursery Care Center also has a wide array of programs and resources to help families together. Check them out here.
 


NYC Health Job Search

 
nyc_health_logoJob Search Website
The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has openings. Click here to find them and apply.
 


Virtual Workforce1 Career Center System

 
Virtual Workforce1 Career Center System
 
Workforce1 helps New Yorkers prepare for and connect to jobs across New York City’s five boroughs and in several sectors of the economy.
 
Services
By applying to the Virtual Workforce1 Career Center system, you will be connected via web or phone to one-on-one help from professionals who can assist you in:
–Identifying jobs that are a fit for your experience and skills
–Preparing for interviews
–Accessing free training
 
Eligibility
All New Yorkers.
 
Apply
Visit their website and select your borough. Fill out and submit the online form that pops up. Within a day or two a team member will connect with you. All services are no-cost and do not require in-person visits.
 
Industrial and Transportation Career Center
If you are particularly interested in industrial or transportation jobs, connect with the Workforce1 Industrial and Transportation Career Center.
 
The Workforce1 Industrial and Transportation Career Center has industry experts that can help match you to training and employment opportunities in the following industries:
–Construction
–Manufacturing
–Transportation & Warehousing
–Wholesale Trade


Find a Job

 
NYC_Small_Business_ServicesWorkforce1 Career Centers by the Small Business Services Office
 
Register to attend a recruitment event, connect to training opportunities, or participate in interview preparation workshops and services. Services are no-cost and do not require in-person visits.
 
Please contact a Workforce1 Career Center to complete the registration process:
-Submit official proof of your identification
-Attend an Introduction to Services session
-Meet with one of our staff members to review your work experience, available jobs, and next steps.
 
Also, find job postings by the city scrolling down this page.


 
program-nyc-darkblueFind a Job in NYC government
 
Visit the Official Website of the City of New York, create an account, and find job postings in the NYC government.
 


Career Discovery NYC

 
Career Discovery NYC
 
Discovery NYC is a website where New Yorkers can explore careers in demand, learn about the skills required for those, determine a career of interest, and apply for training programs.
 
Get started and
–Explore careers in technology, healthcare, industrial and construction, and media & entertainment.
–Take introductory courses to help you decide if a specific career is a good fit for you.
–Spend more time practicing what you’ve learned to gain comfort and familiarity with those skills.
–Apply to training programs that can lead you to a new career.
 
To identify job offers and prepare for interviews, visit the Virtual Workforce Career Center website. Select your borough and visit the website’s online form. A member of the Workforce team will connect with you and provide support services.
 
For resources about free or low-cost WiFi, access this link.
Career Discovery is part of the NYC Department of Small Business Services.
 


First Step Job Training Program for Homeless or Low-income Women

 
coalition-homeless-logoFirst Step Job Training Program by the Coalition of the Homeless
(212) 776-2074
 
 
The Coalition’s First Step Job Training Program was launched in 1991 to give homeless and low-income women the training, social support, education, and work experience they need to overcome those obstacles, empowering them to build a better life for themselves and their families.
 
First Step offers six 14-week classes serving roughly 200 women per year. Their innovative curriculum includes over 100 hours of computer instruction, along with literacy workshops, communication, and interpersonal skills development, and other hands-on activities that give students a thorough and practical understanding of the job market and workplace.
 
First Step also places students in internships with major corporations or non-profit organizations and offers ongoing mentoring by experienced professionals.
 
For questions about the First Step or if you would like to sign up for an Informational Session, please call (212) 776-2074.
 


Discounted Telephone Service by Lifeline Assistance

 
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Telephone Carrier Program
 
New York State Lifeline Discounted Telephone Service is an assistance program offered by many telephone providers, including some wireless and cable companies, to help income-eligible consumers save money on their phone bills.
 
Services
Qualifying consumers can apply to “Lifeline” to receive a monthly discount on either their landline telephone service or their wireless service.
 
Eligibility
In New York State, consumers can qualify for the “Lifeline Program” based on the following eligibility criteria:
Income-Based: Your income is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Government Assistance Programs: You participate in one of the following programs.
 

Federal Programs State Programs
► Medicaid ► Family Assistance/Safety Net Assistance
► Supplemental Security Income (SSI) ► Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
► Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) ► National School Lunch Program
► Federal Public Housing Assistance ——–
► Veteran’s Pension and Survivors Benefit ——–

 
Application
Federal program participation: Apply online.
State program participation: Contact a telephone carrier and ask about their Lifeline Program.


LSA Food Pantry (East Harlem)

 
lsa_3-removebg-previewLSA Advocacy and Food Pantry
333 East 115th Street
(646) 672-5200
 
The LSA food pantry serves East Harlem residents living in ZIP codes 10029 and 10035 with client-choice food that is healthy and fresh.
 
The food pantry distribute food every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm by appointment only. 
 
To make an appointment use the appointment-based system Plentiful.
 
Visitors will need to live in ZIP codes 10029 or 10035, provide an ID, and bring proof of residence for all family members.
 
To pre-register, please visit https://bit.ly/2XeYaiv. Once you pre-register, a staff member will reach out to confirm your information.
 

La despensa de comida de LSA sirve a residentes que viven en los códigos postales 10029 y 10035 (East Harlem/El Barrio) con alimentos frescos y saludables.
 
La despensa LSA distribuirá alimentos el miércoles Diciembre 9 desde las 9:30 am hasta la 11:30 am y desde la 1:00 pm hasta las 3:00 pm. Para hacer una cita con la despensa, regiístrate usando la app Plentiful. Para pre-inscribirte, visita https://bit.ly/2XeYaiv e ingresa tu información en línea. Una vez completada la inscripción, un miembro del equipo te llamará para tu información.
 
Visitantes de la despensa deberán vivir en los códigos postales 10029 o 10035, traer una identificación y prueba de domicilio de todos los miembros familiares.

 


Safe & Healthy at Home During COVID-19

 
Environmental Health experts have put together some recommendations for keeping your family healthy at home, along with links to other accurate information and useful resources at https://nyscheck.org/covid.
 
Learn how to keep your home safe and healthy with Dr. Nicholas Newman from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
 
Español: Aprende cómo mantener tu casa segura y saludable con Dr. Nicholas Newman del Hospital de Niños en Cincinnati.
 



 
Search EPA’s list of products for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 here.
 
Español: Busca la lista de productos aprobados por la EPA para eliminar SARS-CoV-2, el virus que ocasiona COVID-19 aquí.
 


NYC Food Delivery Assistance

 
GetFoodLogo NYC Food Delivery Assistance During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis
 
If you cannot go out to get food, no one can bring you food, and you are not able to use private delivery options, New York City will deliver emergency meals to you.
 
How much food can you get and when?
-The maximum number of people the service will deliver to each household is 2.
-Each delivery will contain 9 meals per person, but no household will receive more than 18 meals per delivery
-All orders will be delivered within four days of the order date.
 
How you can sign up?
-Create an account here. Read and answer all the questions about your food request.
-Confirm your sign up by email and proceed to answer qualifying questions.
-Enter your contact information, select your food order, and enter the delivery address.
 
An estimated first and last delivery date will be given.
 
Updated August 19, 2020.


Pantries by Borough

 
For a list of vetted pantries,  click on your borough.
 
Informational handouts have been updated with current open pantries during COVID-19.

 
Information on food voucher assistance programs:
WICSNAP
 

¿Dónde puedo encontrar alimentos saludables?
Encuentra una lista de despensas en cada condado en los siguientes enlaces.
 
Las hojas informacionales han sido actualizadas con detalles de despensas abiertas durante COVID-19.

Bronx   • Brooklyn   • Manhattan • Queens  • Toda la ciudad de Nueva York
 
Información acerca de programas de asistencia para alimentos (con cupones para comida) WIC y SNAP

 


Free Grab & Go Meals by NYC Schools

 
Free Meals
Text “NYCFOOD” to 877-877 | Envía el texto “COMIDA” al 877-877
Find a Community Pick Up Site
 
Sites for free Grab & Go meals are changing starting Monday, and hours will be 3-5pm starting on Tuesday, September 27. Check the website for the most updated information.
 
-Meals are not available to the general public at any other time
-No registration or ID required
-Multiple meals can be picked up at once
 
NYC Student Take-Out Meals Starts 9/29/2020
Free Breakfast and Lunch meals are available for all NYC Students
Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm
No registration, ID, or documentation required
No dining space is available, so meals must be eaten off premises
Parents and guardians may pick up meals for their children
 
Find a take-out location here.
 

El horario de las comidas gratis Grab & Go cambiará a partir del lunes y el horario será de 3 a 5 pm a partir del martes.
 
Las comidas no estarán disponibles para el público en general en ningún otro momento, una forma de identificación no es necesaria, y se podrán recoger varias comidas a la vez. Consulta el sitio web para obtener la información más actualizada.
 
Las comidas para llevar para estudiantes estarán disponibles a partir del 29/9/2020
– Desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos disponibles para todos los estudiantes en la Ciudad de Nueva York
de lunes a viernes, de 9:00 am a 12:00 pm
– No se requiere registro, identificación o documentación
– No hay espacio para comer, por lo que las comidas deben comerse fuera de las instalaciones
– Los padres y tutores pueden recoger las comidas para sus hijos
 
Encuentra el lugar más cercano con comidas para llevar gratis (para estudiantes) aquí.

 


GetFood NYC Map

 
Food in NYC Map Locator
Grab & Go, food pantries, DYCD Cornerstone Centers, Farmers Markets, and grocery stores all visible together on one map. Check days and hours of operation.
 


Food Benefits for Children during the Pandemic (P-EBT Cards)

nygov-logoDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, families of children eligible for free or reduced-price lunch in NYC’s in public schools and private schools are eligible for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) food benefits. The total benefit amount is $420 for each eligible child.
 
This payment represents the value of school meals for the period of time from March when the schools closed until the end of the school year on June 26th. Payments will be issued for each eligible school-aged child between the ages of 5 to 18 living in the household. The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance is issuing these payments.
 
Click here for more information.
 

Debido a la pandemia COVID-19, familias de niños que califican para comidas gratis o a precio reducido en las escuelas públicas o privadas de Nueva York ahora califican para los beneficios de comida conocido como Transferencia Electrónica de Beneficios de la Pandemia (P-EBT por sus siglas en inglés). El total del monto del beneficio es de US$420 para cada niño que es elegible.
 
Este pago representa el valor de las comidas de la escuela durante el periodo de tiempo desde marzo cuando las escuelas cerraron hasta cuando el año escolar terminó el 26 de junio. Los pagos serán emitidos para cada niñ elegible entre los 5 y los 18 años viviendo con la familia. La Oficina de Asistencia Temporaria y para la Dispacidad está emitiendo estos pagos.
 
Haz clic aquí para más información.

 


NY Common Pantry (Manhattan and Bronx)

 

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nycommonpantry.org 
Manhattan 8 East 109th Street, East Harlem, NY 10029
Bronx 1290 Hoe Avenue, Longwood, NY 10459
(917) 720-9700

 
Coronavirus measures at NYCP
 

New York Common Pantry has many programs to lower hunger and food insecurity. Choice Pantry provides fresh food pantry packagesHot Meals serves breakfast and dinner. Nourish provides food to seniors aged 60 and older. Help 365 helps pantry visitors with information and application to housing and benefit programs. NYCP serves all residents of NYC.
 
For more information click on this handout.
(Spanish) For more information click on this handout.
 

El New York Common Pantry cuenta con muchos programas para mitigar el hambre y la inseguridad alimentaria. Choice Pantry ofrece paquetes de comida frescos a tu gusto. El programa Hot Meals ofrece desayuno y cena. Nourish ofrece comida para las personas de 60 años o mayores. Help 365 ayuda a los visitantes de la despensa con información, y aplicación a programas de beneficios y vivienda. Para mas información haz clic aqui.
    
Para ver un video de la despensa NY Common Pantry con subtítulos en español hazclic aquí.
    

 
 


                                                                                         

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

 
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Women, Infants, and Children NY (WIC)
Local agencies
800-522-5006 (Growing Up Hotline)
 

COVID-19 Update
 
–Many NYS WIC offices are available to provide services by phone for appointments. On-site appointments are limited.
–For questions about food or formula availability, visit https://nyswicvendors.com/vma-locations to find the vendor management agency in your area for help.
–Please contact your local agency if you have additional questions.

 
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) is a short-term food assistance program that provides nutritious foods, breastfeeding support, nutrition counseling, health education, and health care referrals to pregnant women, infants, and children up to age 5.
 
To see if you qualify for WIC benefits fill out the pre-screening tool on the NYC HRA site. Keep in mind that U.S. Citizenship is not necessary.
 
Guide to apply for WIC | Spanish guide to apply for WIC
 
At your WIC appointment, you will receive an eWIC card that works like a debit card. WIC staff will add your benefits to your family’s eWIC account and you will get a list of your family’s WIC benefits for the next three months. This list will have start and end dates for your benefits.
 
Interested in knowing what types of food you can purchase with your eWIC card? Find a list with approved foods and products at WIC Strong.
 
Watch the “Shopping with eWIC” video.
 

Actualización COVID-19
 
–Muchas de las oficinas WIC están abiertas para brindar servicios por teléfono para citas. Las citas que ocurren en las oficinas son limitadas.
–Para disponibilidad acerca de comidas y leche de fórmula, visita https://nyswicvendors.com/vma-locations para encontrar agencias de administración de proveedores en su área para ayudarlo.
–Por favor contacta tu agencia local si tienes preguntas adicionales.

 

WIC (Mujeres, Infantes y Niños) es un programa de asistencia alimentaria a corto plazo que brinda alimentos nutritivos, apoyo para la lactancia, consejería en nutrición, educación en salud, y remisiones para mujeres embarazadas, infantes y niños de hasta 5 años.
 
Para saber si calificas, llena esta herramienta de preselección en la página de NYC HRA.  Recuerda que una prueba de ciudadanía americana no es necesaria para obtener beneficios de WIC.
 
Guía de aplicación para WIC en esta hoja informational | Agencias locales
 
En tu cita con WIC, recibirás una tarjeta eWIC que funciona como una tarjeta de débito. A la cuenta familiar eWIC, los beneficios (dinero) serán agregados. Tambien obtendrás una lista de los beneficios que recibiras durante los próximos tres meses. Esta lista tendrá fechas de inicio y finalización para beneficios.
 
¿Estás interesado en saber qué tipos de alimentos puede comprar con su tarjeta eWIC? Encuentra una lista con alimentos y productos aprobados en WIC Strong.
 
Aprende más con el video “Comprar con eWIC”.

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

 
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HRA centers locations (centers have consolidated due to COVID-19)
311
 
 

COVID-19 Updates
–Apply for SNAP benefits online at HRA. HRA locations are consolidating their hours until further notice and all appointments have been canceled.
–Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an interview to obtain benefits may not be required at this time. If the NYC HRA need additional information, they will contact you.
–Recertifications for SNAP and Cash Assistance are POSTPONED due to COVID-19.
–If you have recertification currently scheduled or one that is coming due, you DO NOT need to recertify and your benefits will continue. You will get a letter at a later date telling you when to recertify.
–Shop for groceries online at Walmart, Shoprite, and Amazon with your SNAP/EBT debit card.
–Download EBT Fresh to see nearby stores and farmer’s markets that take EBT and check your balance.
—For more information visit SNAP Benefits by the HRA.

 

Actualizaciones COVID-19
–Debido a la pandemia por COVID-19, las entrevistas de aplicación ya no son necesarias. Si la oficina HRA requiere de información adicional, ellos te contactarán.
–Aplica a SNAP en línea visitando HRA. Todas las oficinas de HRA están centralizando sus servicios hasta nueva orden. Las citas del HRA han sido canceladas.
–Las recertificaciones para SNAP y asistencia con dinero han sido POSPUESTAS debido al COVID-19.
–Si una recertificación está por vencerse, no necesitará recertificar y sus beneficios continuarán. Espere una carta la cual le indicará cuándo recertificar sus beneficios.
–Compra comestibles en línea en Walmart, Shoprite, y Amazon con su tarjeta débito SNAP/EBT.
–Baja la aplicación EBT Fresh para localizar tiendas y mercados de granjeros que aceptan la tarjeta de SNAP EBT. También revisa tu balance con esta aplicación.
–Para más información visite SNAP Benefits by the HRA.

 
 
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a federal nutrition program that helps families, the elderly, and the disabled afford fresh and healthy food. SNAP provides a debit card that you can use at many groceries and farmers markets.
 
Guide to apply for SNAP | Spanish guide to apply for SNAP
 
To find out about the list of approved foods and products you have access to with SNAP visit USA gov.
 
Watch the video “HRA SNAP”, to learn about the program.
 

El Programa de Asistencia Alimentaria Suplementaria (SNAP por sus siglas en inglés) es un programa nutricional federal que ayuda a familias, personas mayores, y los discapacitados a pagar comida fresca y nutritiva. SNAP provee una tarjeta débito que usted puede usar en muchos supermercados y mercados de productores agrícolas.
 
Guía para solicitar SNAP.
 
Para conocer la lista de alimentos y productos aprobados a los que tiene acceso con SNAP, visite USA gov.
 
Vea el video “Subiendo documentos a la aplicación HRA” para aprender cómo aplicar a SNAP.

 


Plentiful App (Pantry Finder and Reservation Manager)

 
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Plentiful is a free, easy-to-use reservation system for food pantries and the people they serve. Use Plentiful to find pantries and get the food you need, without waiting in line.
 
Download the Android app in Google Play or text “FOOD” to PANTRY (726-879) from any phone.
 
Find a Pantry
Search by location, amenities, or service times.
 
Manage Reservations
From three minutes to three months in advance, for all your preferred pantries.
 
Get Food Faster
Show up when it’s your turn and avoid waiting in line.
 

Plentiful es un sistema gratuito y fácil de usar para las despensas de comida y los clientes que estas sirven. Usa la aplicación Plentiful para reservar alimentos en la despensa sin tener que esperar en una fila.
 
Descarga la app en Google Play o envía un mensaje de texto con la palabra “FOOD” a PANTRY (726-879) desde cualquier teléfono.

 
 


Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resource Guides by the Hunter College

 
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Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resource Guides
https://twitter.com/nycfoodpolicy

 

To help connect community members in need with food resources during this challenging time, the Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center has created and is continuously updating the  Coronavirus NYC Food Resource Guides for each NYC neighborhood.
 
Each resource guide (by borough and district) includes information related to food access within the community, such as meals for students and seniors during this time, delivery services for people with disabilities, and resources for immigrants.
 

Para ayudar a conectar los miembros de la comunidad que necesitan alimentos durante estos tiempos difíciles, el Centro de Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center ha creado y está continuamente actualizando Guías con Recursos para Alimentos en cada condado de la ciudad de Nueva York.
 
Cada guía contiene información relacionada con acceso a comida dentro de cada comunidad como platos para estudiantes y adultos mayors, domicilios para personas con discapacidades y recursos para inmigrantes.

 
 


Emergency Rental Assistance Grants (One-Shot Deals)

HRA Infoline (718) 557-1399
Housing Court Answers Link
 
The One-Shot Deal is an emergency assistance program designed to meet the urgent needs of low-income New Yorkers. This assistance can be used to cover a number of situations like rental assistance to prevent or forestall an eviction.
 
Eligibility
All New Yorkers in need are eligible and the approval for your request is done in a case-by-case approach. You do not have to be a Public Assistance recipient to receive a one-shot deal. You may apply for a one-shot deal even if you have had one in the past.
 
It is important that you provide documentation supporting your urgent need for assistance (like losing your job due to COVID impacts). In addition if applicable evidence of:
• Utilization of available resources to avoid arrears
• Affordability of housing (you must be earning more than your monthly payment rent)
• Consideration of any special at-risk factors such as disability
• A viable future plan to pay the rent going forward
For documents examples, check out the One-Shot Deal guide by the Coalition for the Homeless.
 
Repay
Most one-shot deals will have to be paid back gradually through regular monthly payments. This is generally not the case if you are receiving SSI disability benefits.
 
Application
You must submit an application on ACCESS HRA. Follow the application instructions of this handout on the second page.
 
Supporting Documents
Review the types of documents you will need to submit by checking the Emergency Rental Assistance Handout.
 
Approval
Depending on the urgency of the case, it can take 30-45 days to receive a decision once all documents have been subsmitted. If you do not receive a decision after 30-45 days or before a pay date, you can check case status on ACCESS HRA or call HRA InfoLine for information at (718) 557-1399.
 
Learn more in the Emergency Rental Assistance Grants Flyer.



The One-Shot Deal es un programa de asistencia de emergencia diseñado para satisfacer las necesidades urgentes de los neoyorquinos de bajos ingresos. Esta asistencia se puede utilizar para cubrir una serie de situaciones como asistencia para el pago de alquiler para prevenir o parar un desalojo.
 
Elegibilidad
Todos los neoyorquinos con necesidades financieras son elegibles y la aprobación de la solicitud se realiza en un enfoque de caso por caso. No es necesario que sea un beneficiario de Asistencia Pública para recibir un One-Shot Deal. Puedes solicitar el beneficio de incluso si has tenido uno en el pasado.
 
Es importante que proporciones documentación que respalde la necesidad de obtener asistencia urgente (como perder su trabajo debido a los impactos de COVID). Además, si corresponde, evidencia de:
• Utilización de los recursos disponibles para evitar atrasos
• Asequibilidad de la vivienda (por ejemplo debe estar ganando más que su pago mensual de alquiler)
• Consideración de cualquier factor especial de riesgo, como discapacidad
• Un plan futuro viable para pagar el alquiler en el futuro
 
Reembolso
La mayoría de los One-Shot Deals deberán reembolsarse gradualmente mediante pagos mensuales regulares. Por lo general, este no es el caso si recibe beneficios por discapacidad de SSI.
 
Solicitud
Debe enviar una solicitud en ACCESS HRA. Sigue las instrucciones de aplicación en este este folleto.
 
Documentos de respaldo
Revise los tipos de documentos que deberás presentar consultando el Folleto de Asistencia de Emergencia Para Pagos de Alquiler.
 
Aprobación
Dependiendo de la urgencia del caso, una decisión puede tomar de 30 a 45 días el recibir una vez que se hayan presentado todos los documentos. Si no recibes una decisión después de 30 a 45 días o antes de la fecha de vencimiento de pago, puedes verificar el estado del caso en ACCESS HRA o llama a la línea de información de HRA (718) 557-1399.
 
Obtén más información en este folleto de subvenciones de asistencia de alquiler de emergencia.


HomeBase Organization and NYC Connect

 
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HomeBase NYC Website
HomeBase Locations Link
NYC Connect Website (Affordable Housing Lottery)
 

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all Homebase locations are closed. Homebase services are still available by phone.

 

Para prevenir posibles contagios con COVID-19, todas las oficinas de Homebase están cerradas. Los servicios de Homebase están aún disponibles por teléfono.

 
Homebase will help you develop a personalized plan to overcome an immediate housing crisis and achieve housing stability. You may be eligible for Homebase services if you:
1) Are at imminent risk of entering the New York City shelter system
2) Are low-income
3) Want to remain stably housed in your community
 
Find your nearest Homebase office via this map. Call the office before visiting to schedule a set time that is convenient for you. Learn more with these FAQs.
 
More information on this Housing resources handout.
Information in Spanish in this Spanish Housing resources handout.
 
NYC Connect offers a list of affordable housing opportunities to the public. Create an account and apply to the listed developments. Remember to keep applying when new developments get posted to increase your chances to be favored in the NYC Connect Housing lottery.
 

Encuentra recursos e información en esta hoja informacional para superar una crisis de vivienda. HomeBase es una organización que te ayudará con un plan personalizado para que puedas residir en una vivienda de manera estable. Podrás ser elegible para los servicios de HomeBase si:
 
 
1) Estás en riesgo inminente de entrar al sistema de albergues
2) Cuentas con bajos ingresos económicos, y
3) Quieres residir de manera estable en su comunidad
 
NYC Connect es un listado de rentas a bajo costo en toda la ciudad disponibles para familias con bajos ingresos. Crea una cuenta en la página NYC Connect y aplica a los apartamentos publicados. Recuerda aplicar a todos los apartamentos nuevos para aumentar las oportunidades de ganar la loteria de vivienda.

 
 


Evictions Moratoria during the Pandemic

 
NY STATE EVICTION MORATORIUM:
Under a State law called the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act, you can prevent your landlord from evicting you if you have lost income or increased expenses during the COVID-19 pandemic or if moving from your home would pose a hardship during the pandemic.
To be protected under this law, you must sign a “Hardship Declaration” and deliver it to your landlord. The Hardship Declaration form is available in English and Spanish here: http://nycourts.gov/covid-eefpa.shtml
 
If you sign and deliver the Hardship Declaration, you cannot be evicted from your primary residence pursuant to a pending case, and your landlord may not file a new case to evict you from your primary residence, until at least May 1, 2021. Find more information at https://www1.nyc.gov/content/tenantresourceportal/pages/eviction-moratorium-and-courthouse-closures
 
TENANTS SAFE HARBOR ACT BY GOVERNOR CUOMO
The Tenant Safe Harbor Act prevents landlords from evicting tenants in nonpayment cases for money owed between March 7, 2020 and the beginning of Stage 4. Landlords can only get money judgments in court. Tenants have to show in court that they were hurt financially by COVID-19.
 
EVICTION PREVENTION
Deliver the Hardship Declaration Form to your landlord. Fill out the form at https://www.housingjusticeforall.org/tenants-declaration-form and a copy of the declaration will be delivered to your landlord’s inbox.
 
For eviction prevention information visit the Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants. If you are struggling to pay rent, contact call 311 in NYC and ask for the “Tenant Helpline”, or fill out the Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants’ Contact Us form.
 
For more resources and updates, visit the Information and Resources for NYC Tenants Impacted by COVID-19 Website.
 
 

El 12 de agosto de 2020 las cortes expidieron una nueva orden extendiendo la moratoria universal para desalojos hasta el 1ro de enero de 2021. La moratoria aplica a inquilinos de viviendas.
 
Para información acerca de como puedes prevenir una orden de desalojo, visita la página de Derechos del Inquilino en Nueva York. Si estás teniendo dificultades para pagar la renta, considera llamar a la línea de información del HRA al 718-557-1399; pregunta por el programa de asistencia de emergencia “One Shot Deal”.
 
Para preguntas y respuestas acerca de los procedimientos de órdenes de desalojo, revisa este documento completo creado por el Right to Counsel NYC Coalition.
 
Para consejería jurídica llama a la línea 311 y pregunta por la “Línea de Ayuda para Inquilinos” o llena el formulario de contacto del Departamento de Protección de Inquilinos. Para más recursos y actualizaciones visita la página de Información y Recursos Para Inquilinos Impactados por COVID-19.

 


Unemployment Insurance

 
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Unemployment Insurance by the New York State Department of Labor
Pandemic Unemployment Insurance by the New York State Department of Labor
 

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) is a federal program that was included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The program provides support for Americans who are unable to work due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but do not qualify for traditional Unemployment Insurance (UI).
 
Through the CARES Act, if you qualify for PUA, you will also be eligible to receive:
-Up to 39 weeks of PUA benefits.
-An additional $600/week until 7/31/2020.
 
The best way to apply is online. DOL (Department of Labor) has a streamlined application that allows you to apply for either traditional UI or PUA, depending on their eligibility. You do not have to complete a separate application for PUA.
 
There will not be a 7-day waiting period for people who are out of work due to coronavirus (COVID-19) closure or quarantines.

 

ANUNCIO COVID-19: La Asistencia de Desempleo durante la Pandemia (PUA por sus siglas en inglés) es un programa federal incluido en el acta Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. El programa brinda apoyo para americanos que no pueden trabajar debido a la pandemia pero que no califican para el Seguro de Desempleo tradicional (UI por sus siglas en inglés).
 
A través del CARES Act, si califica para PUA, también es elegible para recibir:
-Beneficio PUA hasta por 39 semanas
-$600 dólares a la semana hasta Julio 31 de 2020.
 
La major manera de aplicar es en línea. El Departmento de Trabajo ha facilitado un proceso de aplicación que te permite aplicar para UNO de los dos beneficios, ya sea el Seguro de Desempleo tradicional o el PUA, dependiendo de tu elegibilidad. No hay necesidad de completar una aplicación adicional para el PUA si califica para el Seguro de Desempleo Tradicional.
 
No habrá un periodo de espera de 7 días para las personas que no tienen empleo debido a los cierres o cuarentenas por coronavirus (COVID-19).

 


The unemployment benefit available is for workers that have lost their jobs at no fault of their own and are ready, willing, and actively looking for work. File a New Unemployment Insurance and claim your benefits at the Department of Labor website.
 

El beneficio de Seguro de Desempleo es un servicio para trabajadores que han perdido su empleo sin culpa alguna y están activamente buscando empleo. Aplica y obtén beneficios en la página del Departamento de Trabajo del Estado de Nueva York

 
Updated on August 2, 2020.


 

Public Charge in New York State

 
pngkit_usa-flag-clip-art_996411-removebg-previewA person can be labeled as a “public charge” if they use some government benefits and plan to apply for a green card. This can affect your immigration status. Not all government programs affect your immigration status. Changes have been applied with some frequency in the last months. Please visit the National Conference of State Legislatures for updates. The rule went into full application on February 24, 2020. According to the rule, applications for some types of visas and green cards that not adhere to the rule will be rejected.
 
For information about how you can be impacted by the rule, call ActionNYC at 1-800-354-0365 from Monday to Friday 9am-6pm.
 
Please remember, not all government programs are part of the “public charge” rule.
 

Update: The following order has been reversed and the public charge is applying–>Pursuant to the district court’s COVID-19–related injunction, the Department of Homeland Security is blocked from applying the public charge rule nationwide to applications and petitions for adjustment of status, extension or change of immigration status adjudicated on or after July 29, 2020, and through any period of a declared COVID-19 national health emergency. For questions about your situation, please contact ActionNYC hotline at 1-800-354-0365, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and say “public charge” to access timely and trusted information and connections to City-funded, free and safe immigration legal help.

 
La nueva ley de “carga pública”aplica a las personas que usan algunos beneficios o programas del gobierno y que desean aplicar a residencia americana. Esto puede afectar el proceso de inmigración.
 

La siguiente orden ha sido revertida y la carga publica si aplica: De conformidad con la orden judicial relacionada con COVID-19 de la corte de distrito, el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional no puede aplicar la regla de carga pública en todo el país a las solicitudes y peticiones de ajuste de estatus, extensión o cambio de estatus migratorio adjudicado en o después del 29 de julio de 2020 y durante cualquier período de una emergencia sanitaria nacional declarada por COVID-19. Si tiene preguntas sobre su situación, comuníquese con la línea directa de ActionNYC al 1-800-354-0365, de lunes a viernes de 9 am a 6 pm, y diga “carga pública” para acceder a información y conexiones confiables y oportunas, y ayuda legal de inmigración segura.

 


 

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

 

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Energy Assistance by NYC the Human Resources Administration Office
HEAP locations
HEAP Infoline 800-692-0557
Heat Line 212-331-3150
 

COVID-19 Update: ALL HEAP offices are temporary closed and all in person HEAP interviews will be temporarily suspended until further notice. Required interviews for any HEAP benefit component may be completed with applicants by telephone (212) 331-3126.

 

Notificación COVID-19: Todas las oficinas HEAP están temporalmente cerradas y todas las entrevistas en persona serán temporalmente suspendidas hasta nueva orden. Las entrevistas requeridas para cualquier componente de beneficios ofrecidos por HEAP pueden ser realizadas por teléfono (212) 331-3126.

 
The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps low-income people pay the cost of heating or cooling their homes. HEAP runs different benefit programs that will pay for: fuel, your utility source, equipment, and/or repairs depending on your needs. As a household, you could either apply for regular or emergency HEAP benefits. Remember, you may still be able to receive benefits even if your heat is included in your rent
 
The eligibility criteria vary by program. Find about your eligibility in the Energy Assistance website.
 
Note: The HEAP benefit opens November 2, 2020. The deadline to submit applications is March 15, 2021.
 
HEAP programs
 
Regular HEAP benefit: a one-time supplement to your annual energy costs. The base amount of money given depends on your living situation. Find more information here.
 
Emergency HEAP benefit: Emergency benefits are available if your heat has been turned off or is in danger of being turned off. The Emergency HEAP benefit opens January 4, 2021 and closes March 15, 2021 or until funds run out.
 
Cooling assistance: The Cooling Assistance benefit helps eligible households buy and install an air conditioner or fan up to a cost of $800. The program operates from May to August. Applicants are only eligible for a Cooling Assistance benefit once every five years.
 
Utility Assistance Program (UAP) (once the link opens scroll down): UAP assists families or individuals who are elderly, blind, disabled, mentally impaired or those residing in a neglected or hazardous environment who require financial assistance for their energy bills. Contact the Heat Line if you are having trouble paying your utilities bill calling to (212) 331-3150. Here are some other situations that may make you eligible for cash assistance.
 
To find more information about your eligibility visit the Energy Assistance website and apply.
 

El Programa de Asistencia para la Energía (HEAP por sus siglas en inglés) ayuda a personas con bajos ingresos a pagar el costo de la calefacción y/o refrescamiento de sus hogares. HEAP tiene diferentes programas de beneficios que pagarán por: combustible, fuente de electricidad, equipos y/o reparaciones dependiendo de su necesidad. Como familia, podrá aplicar para los beneficios regulares o de emergencia de HEAP.
 
Los criterios de elegibilidad varían por programa. Conoce si calificas entrando a la página de Energy Assistance.
 
Nota: El período de aplicación para beneficios regulares o de emergencia HEAP abrió en noviembre 2 de 2020 hasta el 15 de marzo de 2021.

 
Updated on December 12, 2020


Single Stop – Online Benefit Screener

 
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Locations

 

 
 
Single Stop is a safe space that will support you and your family’s needs. There are free programs to help you buy fresh groceries, help you with your taxes, and help you care for your children.
 
Use the Single Stop online benefit screener to find out what benefit programs you are eligible for.
 

Single Stop es una herramienta segura que te apoyará con las necesidades de tu Familia. Existen programas que pueden ayudarte con la compra de alimentos, la preparación de tus impuestos, y el cuidado para tus niños. Usa la herramienta de eligibilidad para beneficios de Single Stop para saber a qué programas calificas.

 


NYS COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline

 
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844-863-9314

 
 
NYS COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline at 844-863-9314 is staffed 8 am-10 pm, 7 days a week. The phone line is staffed with specially trained volunteer professionals who are there to listen, support, and refer if needed.
 
If you’re experiencing grief due to COVID-19 get support through these reminders.You can also help others going through grief following these helpful tips.
 
*DISCLAIMER: The Office of Mental Health’s (“OMH”) Emotional Support Line (“Line”) is not licensed or unlicensed mental health care or treatment of any type regardless of what is discussed or who provides support.  It is for emotional support purposes only. The use of the Line does not create any confidential provider-therapist relationship of any type. The Line is not a substitute for professional health care.
 

La Línea de Apoyo Emocional NYS 844-863-9314 opera 7 días a la semana desde las 8 am a 10pm con profesionales entrenados para escuchar, apoyar, y remitir a otros servicios en caso necesario.
 
Si estás pasando por momentos de duelo, encuentra el apoyo que necesitas leyendo estos consejos. Tambien puedes ayudar a quienes esten pasando por momentos de duelo practicando estos consejos.
 
*EXENCION DE RESPONSABILIDAD: La Linea de Apoyo Emocional de la Oficina de Salud Mental no es una oficina de salud mental o tratamientos con licencia. La linea ofrecera apoyo emocional exclusivamente. El uso de la linea no equivaldra a una relacion terapeuta-paciente. La linea no es un sustituto de servicios profesionales en salud.

 


Domestic Violence Hotline

 
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Domestic Violence Hotline by Safe Horizon
1-800-621-4673
 
You have the right to a safe relationship. If you would like to talk to someone please call the Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-621-4673. Help is available 24 hours a day.
 
If you are in immediate danger please call 911.
 

Tienes derecho a una relación segura. Si deseas hablar con alguien por favor llama a la línea Domestic Violence Hotline de Safe Horizone marcando al 1-800-621-4673. Habrá ayuda disponible las 24 horas del día.
 
Si necesitas ayuda inmediata por favor llama al 911.

 
 


 

Resources for DM Survivors during COVID-19

 

Personal Safety
Tips for when staying home is not the safest option
A guide for survivors of sex trafficking during COVID-19
Know Your Rights Guide for Transgender New Yorkers Navigating COVID-19

 

Food and Cash Assistance
–Legal Services of NYC is offering free confidential assessments for public benefits such as cash assistance, SNAP, and Medicaid. Call (917) 661-4500
–Grab and Go Meals for all New Yorkers. Text “NYCFOOD” to 877-877. Hours: 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM for families and children; 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM for adults
–One week of free groceries for all New Yorkers at Neighborhood of Opportunity Network Nutrition Kitchens
–Call 311 to find food pantries
–For more food and cash assistance resources click HERE

 

Housing
Domestic Violence Shelters are open for intake. Call the 24-hour domestic violence hotline (800) 621-4673 to learn more.

 

Health
The Sexual Assualt Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Program gives medical care, forensic examination, documentation, and crisis counseling to victims of sexual assault. See the list of hospitals with SAFE programs
Project Street Beat is still providing sexual and reproductive health care. Call (855) 778-2328 Monday – Friday between 9 AM to 5 PM
NYC Well offers free confidential mental health support. You can speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance use services
ThriveNYC has a guide to mental health services that you can use while staying at home

 
Resources for survivors with children, LGBTQ+ survivors, persons living with disabilities, seniors, youth, and the community at large. For these and many more resources click HERE

 

Información sobre recursos para sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica durante COVID-19. Oprima AQUI para la lista completa.

 

Seguridad Personal
Consejos si el estar en casa no es la opción más segura.
Guía para sobrevivientes de tráfico sexual durante COVID-19.
–Conoce tus derechos. Guía para Neoyorquinos transgénero que navegan el COVID-19.

 

Comida y Ayuda con Dinero
–Legal Services de Nueva York esta ofreciendo consultas gratis y confidenciales para beneficios puúblicos como asistencia de dinero, SNAP y Medicaid. Llame al (917) 661-4500.
–Comida para llevar para todos los Neoyorquinos. Envíe un mensaje “COMIDA” a 877-877. Horas: 7:30 aM – 11:30 AM para las familias y niños; 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM para los adultos.
–Una semana de compras de supermercado para todos los Neoyorkinos en Neighborhood of Opportunity Network Nutrition Kitchens.
–Para las despensas de comida llame al 311.

 

Vivienda
Los refugios para sobrevivientes de violencia domestica están abiertos. Llame la Línea Directa de Violencia Doméstica al (800) 621-4673 para aprender más.

 

Salud
El programa de examinador forense de asalto sexual (SAFE) brinda cuidado médico, examen forense y documentación, y consejería a victimas de asalto sexual. Vea la lista de hospitales con el programa SAFE.
Projecto Street Beat esta brindando cuidado médico sexual y reproductivo. Llame al (855) 778-2328 de lunes a viernes entre 9 AM y 5 PM.
NYC Well ofrece apoyo para la salud mental de manera gratis y confidencial. Puede hablar con un(a) consejero(a) por teléfono, texto, o chat para saber acerca de recursos y servicios para la salud mental y el uso de sustancias.
ThriveNYC tiene una guía para servicios de salud mental mientras estamos en casa.

 
Más recursos para sobrevivientes con niños, LGBTQ+, personas con discapacidades, personas mayores de 60 años, joóvenes, la comunidad y mucho más oprima AQUI.
 


COVID-19 Testing & Medical Care

 

All New Yorkers should get tested for COVID-19. Tests are fast, simple, and free. Look for a testing site near your home. You will not be asked about immigration status. COVID-19 testing and care services are not a public benefit under the public charge rule.

 
Find more information at the COVID-19 City Wide Information Portal.
 
You can find daily updates of information about people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in NYC here.
 

Todos los neoyorquinos deben hacerse una prueba para el virus COVID-19. Las pruebas son rápidas, simples y gratis. Encuentra un lugar donde realicen pruebas cercano a tu casa. Nadie preguntará por tu estado inmigratorio. La prueba para COVID-19 y los servicios médicos no son un beneficio bajo la regla de carga pública.

 
Encuentra más información en el  Portal de Información de COVID-19 de Toda la Ciudad de Nueva York.
 
También puedes encontrar noticias diarias acerca del numero de personas que fueron positivas para COVID-19 en Nueva York aquí.


MEDICAL CARE
 
Message from the NYC Department of Health: Folks who do not have a health provider and need care for COVID-19 symptoms can call 844-NYC-4NYC or 844-692-4692. For more information visit https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/covid/covid-19-providers.page
 
Mensaje del Departamento de Salud de la Ciudad de Nueva York: Personas que no tengan un proveedor de salud y necesiten recibir atención médica pueden llamar al 844-NYC-4NYC (844-692-4692). Para más información visite https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/covid/covid-19-providers.page
 


COVID-19 Hotspots in NYC

 

Enter your ZIP code or neighborhood in New York City and find out if you’re in close proximity to a hotspot here.


You can find daily updates of information about people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in NYC here.


COVID-19 Resource Guide

 
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Access here this comprehensive live document with resources that cover food needs to legal help. As we learn more, we will be updating the list on a daily basis. If you have any questions, please contact us pediatrichealth@icahn.mssm.edu
 

Envia COVIDESP al 692-692 para notificationes en la ciudad de Nueva York. Encuentra una compilación de recursos disponibles para las familias impactadas en la ciudad de Nueva York por los cierres y cuarentenas debido al coronavirus COVID-19 aquí.
En este documento, aprende acerca de organizaciones y agencias gubernamentales que ofrecen servicios comunitarios. Para preguntas o si deseas compartir más recursos con nosotros, escríbenos al pediatrichealth@icahn.mssm.edu.

 


How Kids Can Fight COVID-19 E-BOOK

 
“My Hero is You” is a book written for children around the world affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “My Hero is You” should be read by a parent, caregiver or teacher alongside a child or a small group of children. It is not encouraged for children to read this book independently without the support of a parent, caregiver or teacher.
 
“My Hero is You” is a book written for children around the world affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
This book was a project developed by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings (IASC MHPSS RG)
 
“My Hero is You” should be read by a parent, caregiver or teacher alongside a child or a small group of children. It is not encouraged for children to read this book independently without the support of a parent, caregiver or teacher.
 


Mount Sinai Medical-Legal Partnership

 
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(929) 356-9586 from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
 
The Mount Sinai Medical-Legal Partnership (MSMLP) arranges for free legal services to the Mount Sinai Health System’s most vulnerable and needy patients to prevent and remedy the legal and social issues that often contribute to poor health.
 
Mount Sinai integrates lawyers into the health care team to address unmet legal needs that may be affecting a patient’s health. The most common cases relate to income maintenance, housing, education and employment, legal status, and personal and family stability.
 
If you are a patient at the Mount Sinai Health System, please call MSMLP at (929) 356-9586 to do a self-referral and get free legal services.