The COVID-19 pandemic is having profound economic impacts on people in our community. These resources may help.
The information in this post was last updated 4/26/20 at 5 pm.
I’m not working/working enough to pay my bills. Is there help available?
Starting at 10am on Monday, April 27, you can apply for Emergency Household Stabilization Funds through 211info. The fund will provide limited direct cash assistance to at least 2,000 households to help cover urgent needs like groceries, rent, utilities, and medical expenses. Assistance with language interpretation or accessibility is available.
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How can I make sure I am getting my stimulus payment?
The IRS has a site where you can apply and track your payment status.
I’m not able to pay my utility bills. Is there help?
Many utilities are suspending disconnection or termination of service and there are other resources available.
I’m concerned that my business won’t stay open. Is there help?
Yes. Get business planning, counseling, financial assistance and more.
I can’t afford a computer or internet service. Is there help?
Yes. Here's a tool to find low-cost internet and affordable computers in your area. Also, Xfinity wi-fi public hotspots are now available to everyone until further notice.
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