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Mar 19 • Getting Help

CT CORE Mutual Aid / Community Support

CT CORE is building and facilitating a mutual aid/ community support network throughout Connecticut to ensure that folks in the community can request support or offer support and talents to those who can use them. Please fill out the form (see link) and indicate what you need or what you can offer and they will be in touch with more information.

Mar 19 • Getting Help

2-1-1 Connecticut

2-1-1 connects callers, at no cost, to critical health and human services in their community. Just dial 2-1-1 or check their website. Categories for assistance listed on their website include: food, mental health, health care, housing, substance use, youth, transportation, utility assistance, income, children & families, crisis, basic needs, legal assistance, re-entry, and older adults.

phone 2-1-1

National resources you may be interested in.

Mar 18 • Getting Help

C19 Help Squad

We’re building a team to help people, families and businesses who have been affected by COVID-19. Join to help in any way, ask for assistance of any kind.

Mar 19 • Getting Help

NationBuilder Free Software

NationBuilder is offering free software and services for the course of this critical period to governments, agencies, and NGOs engaged in COVID-19 direct relief and emergency response efforts. The platform provides digital organizing infrastructure, including geo-targeted SMS, email, website, and online fundraising tools.

Mar 19 • Getting Help

Small Business Administration

Small businesses and nonprofits in Ohio can now apply for up to $2 million in emergency low-interest loans from the website below. These loans can be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and other expenses that can't be paid due to the impact of coronavirus.

Mar 20 • Getting Help

United Way - Community Economic Relief Fund

Call 1-866-211-9986 and provide zip code For list of community organizations that will help with rent, food, bills