If you or someone you know are struggling with financial hardship as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19) and economic disruption, here are a list of resources (These were complioed by the Yale School of Public Health and we are sharing them here on our OMC website int he hopes that they will be helpful to our community).
Comcast, 2 months free internet, $9.95/month after
Spectrum, 2 months free internet
Utilities in many states will no longer disconnect services due to nonpayment. Banks, creditors, and utilities will work with you if you contact them.
Help with utilities, phone, & internet
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has suspended evictions and foreclosures on FHA-backed loans through the end of April
The IRS has indicated the date to file taxes has been extended to July 15, 2020
Crisis text line
Suicide prevention hotline
If you are able to, please consider donating!
Whole blood is urgently needed at blood banks throughout the country.
American Red Cross
Vitalant (formerly Bonfils) – Colorado
Donate to a food bank in your area
Nurses, doctors, healthcare workers, police, firefighters, pharmacists, and grocery store clerks are a handful of the heroes throughout this. Please thank them for their courage and tireless efforts!
US Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
California Department of Public Health
Colorado Department of Public Health
Connecticut Department of Public Health
New York Department of Public Health
Please do your part – stay home, implement social distancing, and regularly wash your hands. Given the rising number of infections, a nationwide quarantine is likely necessary for the future of our country and economy. If you need someone to talk to, or need help with navigating the above resources, please reach out to me! We are all in this together.
Exercise & Fitness
Core Power Yoga
90 day free trial of Peloton app
Planet Fitness daily videos