Watch videos and read an overview about important Covid-19 facts, news, and the new strain. Click here for our library in Español.
If you’re in need of medical care and you don’t have access to health insurance, you can contact your county’s public health agency.
Visit our friends at El Futuro for free virtual mental health counseling in Spanish anywhere in North Carolina.
If you believe you or a household member are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, don’t hesitate in getting tested at your nearest location.
Learn about the current restrictions and directives that apply in your area, and under what circumstances you are allowed to go out.
Text the number 877-877 with the word FOOD (or COMIDA if you prefer Spanish) to find a list of the closest locations with food assistance for families.
Learn if you qualify for unemployment and/or ways to get childcare support. If you are ineligible for federal assistance, you can apply for financial aid with our partners at Church World Service.
Here’s an interactive map of locations in North Carolina with free internet access if you need to attend classes or work remotely.
Visit our educational content and our partners NC Justice Center for information on defending your rights at work, and contact us if you think your rights are being violated.
Be informed about your obligations and rights as a renter in North Carolina.Visit Legal Aid NC for a list of resources for renters, workers and parents of special needs children.
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Supporting people-powered fundraising during the pandemic
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