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Find Your Creative Side

During challenging times, it can be helpful to take a break from your daily routine and try something creative. Next time you're feeling stressed, break out your crayons or colored pencils and try your hand at the WorkWell NYC coloring book!

 

 

Eat Fresh and Local

Farmers markets are a great place to find fresh, affordable, locally grown fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, and more! There are over 140 farmers markets across the 5 boroughs - find one near you here and take a walk over to pick up some farm-fresh treats.

 

 

Take Care of Your Health

Did you delay preventative care medical appointments due to COVID-19? Take action to keep your family healthy by rescheduling missed appointments today. Many appointments can even be done via telemedicine.

Learn more at nyc.gov/hbp or contact your insurance provider directly.

 

Pandemic Parenting

Join WorkWell NYC for an interactive discussion on the highs and lows of pandemic parenting. Join our panel discussion with other City of New York parents as they share how they are balancing work, school, childcare, and everything in between.

September 25th | 12:30 PM
REGISTER HERE

 

 

September Digital Classes

We're mixing it up this Fall with new classes! Join us for fitness classes like Soca, dance cardio, and autumn HIITS to get moving and grooving. Ready to slow it down? Join us for morning yoga, lunchtime meditation, and more.
VIEW CALENDAR HERE

 

 

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NYC Curfew updates FAQ on Curfew Order https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RWskg_pbU_JjG1VzJbzc-rMmiSgtqsD3/view    
Employment NYC’s Workforce1 Career Center: Workforce1 helps New Yorkers prepare for, and connect to, jobs across NYC’s five boroughs. If you are looking for employment, please visit the Virtual Center or call (718) 960-2458.    
Housing Apply for reduced/free rent? For public housing, apply at https://apply.nycha.info/ Housing opportunity search: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hpd/services-and-information/housing-connect-rentals.page Affordable Housing Info: https://access.nyc.gov/programs/public-housing/?step=how-to-apply    
Insurance Apply for unemployment insurance https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm    
Undocumented students/families A doc of all the resources for undocumented youths/family https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18p9OSlLpSYanIoUC-gEbhVbRMYVUfw4wyrixa9ekGdc/htmlview?fbclid=IwAR0Ugilu7PAzD0SAAuxjVPkoPQl0_1BsSa9PRM4j6z0ylr-sXpdiX0hGFNo&usp=gmail#gid=0    
[Several] Undocumented resources list https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qilwSmaqELoyPc9-a1ka82aXAq3HDlWvbYEzwsKNNL0/edit#    
Housing support Neighborhood Associate for Inter-Cultural Affairs (NAICA) is providing remote housing support to tenants in the Bronx. 718-538-3344, extension 100.    
Immigration DACA renewal Action NYC lawyers who can help with DACA renewals and let you know if they can help with the fees associated with the renewal   1-800-354-0365
Family Support Domestic Violence Services If you need free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence   718-508-1220 (9am-5pm) if you need help safety planning or having trouble getting through the 718 phone, call 1- 800-621-4673
Family Support NYC Bar Association https://www.nycbar.org/get-legal-help/about-us/contact-us/    
Family Support City Bar Justice Center call 212-382-6600.    
Family Support New York Legal Assistance Group 212-613-5000.    
Family Support Bronx Legal Services 917-661-4500.    
Family Support Legal Aid Society 212-577-3300.    
Family Support Mobilization for Justice 212-417-3700    
Family Support Urban Justice Center 646-602-5600    
Family Support Legal Services of HudValley 877-574-8529    
Family Support NYC Taxi is hiring delivery workers to help distribute food https://cv19engagementportal.cityofnewyork.us/#/display/5e7634997ad67502161607c2    
Family Support Child and Adult Care Food Program https://hungersolutionsny.org/find-food-help/?wpv-county-served=bronx&wpv_aux_current_post_id=13675&wpv_view_count=13657    
Community Support Incarcerated Nation Network INC https://www.incarceratednationnetwork.org/contact    
         

 

Remote learning resources Free English Class   BronxWorks is offering Online English Classes to those 18 and above.
Contact the Program Coordinator Noah Veloz at nveloz@bronxworks.org or 718-508-3112 for more information.
Remote learning resources Ms. Montcrieff - how AP exams are going to work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZJTOa6NZMY    
Activities for students BrainPop - focused on english language learners https://www.brainpop.com/    
Activities for students My child is bored at home only playing video games Have them join Global Kids virtually.   joseph@globalkids.org (Bronxdale students)
Additional Resource Harriet's Tracks Resourse Guidance https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1RuLb76ZDWPPv2X-qKSpx6jRqqp2bVU28L-3wReOIA84/mobilebasic?urp=gmail_link#h.phtzjah6j4v7 "Harriet's Tracks is a radical education project grounded in the legacy of our ancestors, who taught us how to recover, resist, and reimagine. Our purpose is to equip social service workers to interrupt harm and systemic violence within our field, starting with our own education. We are committed to ongoing intergenerational learning in community, using a holistic approach. This project grew out of the Radical Social Work Group in 2017. We have compiled these resources in the hopes that sharing information will support people’s well-being and encourage collective action." Info includes Community organizing resources, volunteer opportunties, mutual aid, PARENTING / CAREGIVERS / YOUTH, etc  
Baby Supplies Baby supplies like diapers, wipes? https://thehopeline.org/services/diapers/ The Hopeline Diaper Center is opening doors to all boroughs for diapers due to COVID-19 emergencies, Call Mondays 9:30 AM-5 PM to make an appointment that is first come first serve, Eligibility: you are the parent, child is 2 years old or younger and lives in same household, receive WIC or food stamps, have proof of address document, have child's birth certificate Phone: (718) 402-1212 Address: 884 East 163rd St. Bronx, NY 10459
Remote learning devices Didn't get a chance to get laptop from school https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices Have them fill this link out and DOE will figure out to get laptop to them Also can get device with internet by calling 718-935-5100, choose option 5 on menu
Remote learning devices Help students with using google classroom for remote learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5P7nVbQWJc    
Remote learning devices two webinars for families seeking assistance with iPads or Google Classroom. Webinar 1: Assisting Families with iPads; Webinar 2: Assisting Families with Google Classroom    
Remote learning devices NYC DOE iPads for students in temporary housing for remote learning https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices Internet enabled iPads, prioritize students most in need (temporary housing, foster care, and youth/emergency shelters)  
Remote learning resources Free Cam Screen Recording Enter
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Remote learning resources For recording and sharing short, awesome videos Sign-up
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Remote learning resources Screencastify Add Plugin
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Remote learning resources Zoom Video Conferencing Sign Up    
Remote learning resources NYC DOE Guidance and Expectations for Remote Learning in Response to Covid-19 pdf https://infohub.nyced.org/docs/default-source/default-document-library/guidance-and-expectations-for-remote-learning-in-response-to-covid-19.pdf Expectations for various professionals in schools regarding remote learning, last section for students and families  
Wifi Internet connection https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kjVFeWefjnEfUrCR2yXxOvsp6_rDOfaMivUEiaBreiA/edit    
Other Learning Materials Smithsonian Earthquake and Volcanos facebook live webinar https://airandspace.si.edu/events/mission-debrief-earthquakes-and-volcanos For students interested in science, this webinar was put on by the Smithsonian National Air and Space museum  
Other Learning Materials Google Arts & Culture https://artsandculture.google.com/ Discover artwork, museum collections, cultural institutions, national parks and more.  
Remote learning resources Webinar: Helping Families with the iPad https://drive.google.com/a/mynycschool.org/file/d/18Ky2HySFZ-V6aSrL8nvANfsf3cDCLWDy/view?usp=drivesdk    
Remote learning resources Webinar: Helping Families with Google Classroom https://drive.google.com/a/mynycschool.org/file/d/1Eg2_xosJYC_TnEMDyhwXUQ0hPbNEokvX/view?usp=drivesdk    
Remote learning resources COMPASS Remote Resource Guide https://www.dycdconnect.nyc/Home/DownloadDocumentById?id=5e8ddc378a64423d40b67ad1&fileName=COMPASS%20Remote%20Resource%20Guide%20-%204.7.2020.pdf    
Remote learning resources "Learning Library" of education games https://www.education.com/resources/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgpyGkNuO6QIVBY_ICh3nrAvOEAAYAyAAEgIIifD_BwE    

 

Academic Support ST Math https://web.stmath.com/start/?__hsfp=1770436128&__hssc=265017040.2.1584974011474&__hstc=265017040.7740c8c62de554a97e53e0975c2e15a9.1584645923957.1584968887811.1584974011474.3&hsCtaTracking=0ab63128-b498-48aa-bfbe-4ca6e223f83a%7Cd9a71b25-31b6-4bd0-a2e2-76e8afb44ef2#/    
Academic Support EdPuzzle allows you to embed multiple choice and short answer questions in videos. Register    
Academic Support High School: Learn At Home Materials https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learn-at-home/activities-for-students/high-school Worksheets and activities by subject for extra learning material at home  
Academic Support Office 365 Subscription Free for Students https://nycstudents.net/ Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Etc. FREE for students  
Academic Support Video Conferencing, Mini-
Lecture Video creation
How to Join a Google Meet Hangout with your teacher or counselor (Aria’s Tutorial for students)    
Academic Support NYPL Learing Resources https://www.nypl.org/about/remote-resources/kids-and-teens Academic support including online tutoring from 2 PM - 11 PM, reading resources, activities to do at home from Pre-k to high school level  
Academic Support NYPL E-books and E-audiobooks https://www.nypl.org/about/remote-resources Collections of 300,000+ e-books and e-audiobooks, historic prints, photographs, manuscripts, etc.  
Academic Support NYPL Research Remote Access Links https://www.nypl.org/about/remote-research-resources Library research collections and services available online due to NYPL being closed  
Academic Support SimplyE: Library E-Reader App https://www.nypl.org/books-music-movies/ebookcentral/simplye NYPL Library app to borrow e-books, apply for library card, etc.  
Academic Support PBS education resources Teacher’s
Lounge
Various Resources  
Academic Support Texas instruments subscription Teachers: https://education.ti.com/en/software/update/free-ti-software-license-teacher Students: https://education.ti.com/en/software/update/free-ti-software-license-student Scientific and graphing calculators  
Academic Support Smithsonian Online Distance Learning https://learninglab.si.edu/distancelearning?utm_source=LPI+Master+List&utm_campaign=5efefb01f7-LPIMC_COVID-19-Resources_20200319&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7e60dfa1d8-5efefb01f7-74057085 Online learning lab gives students access to search millions of digital resources from Smithsonian museums, research centers, libraries, etc. using the search bar on the link For questions and requests to Smithsonian educators, email learning@si.edu
Academic Support National Museum of American History Podcasts https://americanhistory.si.edu/connect/podcasts?utm_source=LPI+Master+List&utm_campaign=5efefb01f7-LPIMC_COVID-19-Resources_20200319&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7e60dfa1d8-5efefb01f7-74057085 Also has links to webcasts, page about "This Day in History," and NMAH newsletter  
Academic Support CommonLit https://www.commonlit.org/en/user/sign_up Free sign up, collection of text with lexile differentiation  
SAT Help Free, "almost fun" SAT practice online with pop culture references https://www.almostfun.org/ Questions include references to Cardi B, real world budgets, and social justice. No sign in required!  
SAT Help Free SAT practice online https://www.khanacademy.org/sat Juniors can also joing Global Kids College & Career Readiness google classroom Email sanchez@globalkids.org
Wifi Internet connection https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kjVFeWefjnEfUrCR2yXxOvsp6_rDOfaMivUEiaBreiA/edit    
Academic Support NSTA https://www.nsta.org/ The National Science Teaching Association has made available their eBooks at no cost to you. This is a resource that provides interactive experiences and pop-up review questions.  
Academic Support NEWSELA link NEWSELA has made available its entire suite at no cost. This means you have access to all of the articles, videos, quizzes, etcetera at no cos  
Academic Support Readworks Readworks One of the best FREE on-line resources for reading with K-12 materials across different subjects. It also grades student work for you (if you use the multiple-choice answer method).  
Academic Support CUNY Baruch Resources CUNY Baruch Resources Used for students at CUNY interested in practicing English pronunciation, intonation, rhythm, etc. It is easily accessible using a smartphone and sections can be added to the screen so that they can be used without requiring data usage. Helps teachers think about pronunciation challenges for speakers of different languages.  
Academic Support Learning Upgrade Learning Upgrade Free 4-month pilots available for an app that provides over 900 English and math CCRS-aligned lessons to help accelerate growth in literacy, ESL, ABE, and HSE classes. Special expansion packages available for providers with a current Learning Upgrade license.  
Academic Support News for You News for You FREE access to a weekly publication for adult learners that uses current event articles and human interest stories to engage learners’ interest while building skills in reading, comprehension, and vocabulary. Use the courtesy password 22667F through April 30, 2020  
Academic Support Cambridge Dictionary: Cambridge Dictionary: Provides “Word of Day” and word quiz activities.  
Academic Support Voxy® Voxy® An ESL mobile learning platform that provides support for grammar, listening, reading, vocabulary, and writing. Additional features include navigational text in 14 languages, word banks, grammar guide, flashcards, and pronunciation practice.  
Academic Support List of ESOL Grammar and Classroom Exercises List of ESOL Grammar and Classroom Exercises This is a comprehensive list of the different online activities available, including worksheets, quizzes, and other documents.  
Academic Support ProLiteracy Tools ProLiteracy Tools List of resources that programs and instructors can use to help learners continue learning from a distance during a time of health crisis and uncertainty.  
Academic Support Amazing Educational Resources Amazing Educational Resources A list of resources that include K-12 teaching materials and ESOL teaching materials:  
Academic Support Google Classroom Guide For ESOL teachers    
Academic Support Google Classroom Guide For ESOL students    
Academic Support   CrowdED Learning Provides free learning tools that reduce barriers for adult learners’ education and employment while promoting persistence and lifelong learning in the digital age.  
Academic Support The LINCS Learner Center The LINCS Learner Center Links to federally-funded resources for learners. It is organized around goals such as “Learn to Read” or “Learn English.” All resources are free, online, and ready for adult learners to engage with at any time.  
Academic Support USA Learns USA Learns Free website to help adults learn English online.  
Academic Support English COVID-19 quizzes https://app.quizzify.com/demos/coronavirus-quiz    
Academic Support Spanish COVID-19 quizzes https://app.quizzify.com/es/demos/coronavirus-quiz    
         
Food     Food Delivery for individuals and families who meet all these criteria: can’t leave the house because they are at increased medical risk or is homebound, neighbors or family members can not get food for you, not receiving meal assistance from other providers such as Meals on Wheels or God’s Love We Deliver, unable to afford meal delivery or grocery delivery. If you qualify, you can place an order once every two days. Each order will contain 4 meals. Each household will not receive more than 8 meals per delivery.  
Food Burger King free kids meals with every adult meal purchase https://www.bk.com/offers 2 free kids meals (excluding toy) for takeout or drive through orders through the Burger King app  
Food Mutual aid network for pickup & delivery https://docs.google.com/document/d/18WYGoVlJuXYc3QFN1RABnARZlwDG3aLQsnNokl1KhZQ/mobilebasic?urp=gmail_link    
Food Lists of food and meal providers in different borroughs https://www.hungerfreeamerica.org/neighborhood-guides-food-assistance    
Food Formula for parents with infants   For parents who can't find formula in stores, call the number on the back of the can and they will send you a case during this time  
Food Free meal location search https://www.opt-osfns.org/schoolfoodny/meals/default.aspx Search for nearby locations (by borough and school district) for grab and go meals for all members of your family  
Food NYC Emergency Food Line See phone number under contact Hotline with information regarding food pantries in all boroughs. 1-866-888-8777
Food Grocery and supplies delivery https://www.invisiblehandsdeliver.com/request-a-delivery May be able to help with some cost of the groceries, see request form for more info For more info: InvisibleHandsDeliver@gmail.com or call 646-784-5583 or 917-359-1593
Food Halal Meal Finder     call 718-822-5555 or visit http://halalfinder.com/.
Food Free Meals Through the Department of Education Meal Hubs free meals can be picked up at all Meal Hubs from 7:30 AM-1:30 PM, with children and families picking up meals from 7:30 AM-11:30 AM, and adults from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM. No one will be turned away, and adults and children can pick up three meals at one time.  
Food Nutrition Kitchen Click here for more information. The NYC Department of Probation and Neighborhood Opportunity Network, in partnership with the Food Bank of NYC, the Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC, and the NYC Young Men’s Initiative, have opened five kitchens, one in each borough, to distribute free food to New Yorkers in need.  
Food Community Voices Heard Click here for more information. Community Voices Heard (CVH) has developed a COVID 19 Resource Map that has a listing of Food Pantries covering Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island that is updated periodically and available as a spreadsheet  
Food Eater NY Eater NY, As restaurants have shut down, many companies that supply goods to the city’s top restaurants are now selling their goods directly to customers. Eater NY, an online blog, has a running list of restaurants offering groceries.  
Food Community Food Advocates click here. Community Food Advocates is providing COVID-19 updates related to school food and New York City Food Access,  
Healthcare Need to sign up for healthcare https://info.nystateofhealth.ny.gov/sites/default/files/March%202020%20Navigator%20Site%20Schedule%20updated%203-13-20.pdf Find where they live and refer the sites  
Housing Apply for reduced/free rent? For public housing, apply at https://apply.nycha.info/ Housing opportunity search: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hpd/services-and-information/housing-connect-rentals.page Affordable Housing Info: https://access.nyc.gov/programs/public-housing/?step=how-to-apply    
Insurance Apply for unemployment insurance https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm    
LGBTQ+ The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center https://gaycenter.org/covid-19-resources/ For COVID-19 Updates: https://gaycenter.org/coronavirus-update/ Individual counseling and many center groups are available via phone and video conferencing, health insurance enrollment assistance, phone lines open during business hours with info and referral team to provide more resources and info on center services Phone: (212) 620-7310
LGBTQ+ LGBTQ youth who are struggling living at home https://www.them.us/story/online-resources-lgbtq-coronavirus http://queerkidstuff.com/ How queer and marginalized communities can take care of one another during COVID-19

https://www.dailyxtra.com/covid-19-lgbtq-community-care-168585


Here’s What to Do if You’re Trans and Need to Go to the ER

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Trans People Need to Know

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LGBTQ+ SAGE has launched SAGEConnect, a program that matches LGBT elders with volunteer community members and allies. The one-to-one contact offered through SAGEConnect will help combat LGBT elders' exacerbated loneliness and disconnection during this unprecedented time of COVID-19, and ensure that elders are linked to resources if they need help. Those interested in participating can sign up on SAGE’s website here.    
Mental Health Support NYC Well https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wMmLGM5i7ZuSOWNZlJdIE0afQmdVOh8s7oHtAbTRs3o/edit Free and confidential mental health support in more than 200 languages via phone, text, chat Phone: 1-888-692-9355 and press 2, For deaf/hard of hearing: 711, Spanish 1-888-692-9355, Press 3
Mental Health Support Anxiety related to coronavirus https://www.virusanxiety.com/ Free meditations, articles about financial stress  
Mental Health Support Free apps to promote relaxation and mindfulness https://www.headspace.com/covid-19?fbclid=IwAR1yZ3ZFHeJRuoEybnrqZHQRoXoBoua_Nea2gd3MA6uExH00Bj-zxh5xBIo Headspace app also available to download on phone (other apps to download include Calm, Aura, and Stop, Breath, & Think App)  
Parent and Family Support Resources, Best Practices, and Updates for Family during COVID-19 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KAeHuHpEYxcgvRr31gJh7Jk0iT2wgNiwqADrRA5z6m4/edit?usp=sharing UPDATED OFTEN* (will input as many resources into this google sheets separately, but parents can check this family doc regularly for new resources) Includes updates from DOE, employment resources, food assistnace, health and medical assistance, financial assistance, sick leave, public assistance, NYC housing authority, emotional support and spiritual care, supporting others, and a lot of other assistance  
Parent and Family Support Parents' Guide to Google Classroom https://docs.google.com/file/d/1g-0F_xa9WSocHxHz8aJylaFnj-XQVNN8/edit?filetype=mspresentation Step by step guide to explain google classroom to parents  
Sexual Health Community Based Sexual Health Resources for Bronx and Queens https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CgRsxRDd010gkzSuyflq00uOWhQAd-L3/view?usp=sharing Includes which planned parenthoods are open for all services and other community centers in the Bronx and Queens open for students to receive sexual health services from NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygeine Office of School Health contact – Email: jmanso1@health.nyc.gov Phone: 845-853-0705
Sexual Health Student get protection from school but where can they get it now? Guide to safe sex during COVID-19: https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/imm/covid-sex-guidance.pdf Will continue to look into more resources for safe sex and protection, planned parenthood remains open and they can search for a center near them at https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center...Other informaitonal resources: https://medium.com/@PPFA/what-does-social-distancing-mean-for-my-sex-life-1784057a8587  
Social services Individuals with incarcerated loved ones: https://doccs.ny.gov/visitation-suspension-details As of 03/14/20, all visitations to correctional facilities will be suspended until April 11th, in an effort to protect the incarcerated population from exposure to the virus. Incarcerated New Yorkers will be granted five (5) free stamps per week, two (2) free secure messages per week, and one (1) free phone call per week during this temporary suspension to help remain in touch with loved ones. The new policy can be accessed in full here.  
Special Education Support INCLUDEnyc (for parents supporting students with IEPs) Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/INCLUDEnyc/ Access to videos and webinars held by INCLUDEnyc, March 25 @ 5PM webinar about making schedules and managing behavior for students with IEPS, also has videos to previous support webinars (helpful for parents for digital/home learning); Main site: https://www.includenyc.org/  
Translation Over-the-phone interpretation services https://drive.google.com/file/d/1etSHbg47lHRmZs_6Jlu7obGDeS2QhAB6/view See doc for instructions to call  
Translation Translation request form https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SXlhQN7A6pzcXGKGaOmbUvU6YO4Ft5lm/view See doc for instructions to email form in  
Undocumented students/families A doc of all the resources for undocumented youths/family https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18p9OSlLpSYanIoUC-gEbhVbRMYVUfw4wyrixa9ekGdc/htmlview?fbclid=IwAR0Ugilu7PAzD0SAAuxjVPkoPQl0_1BsSa9PRM4j6z0ylr-sXpdiX0hGFNo&usp=gmail#gid=0    
Wellness CORE Power Yoga https://www.corepoweryogaondemand.com/keep-up-your-practice FREE access to online video library of core power yoga classes to do from home  
Immigration DACA renewal Action NYC lawyers who can help with DACA renewals and let you know if they can help with the fees associated with the renewal   1-800-354-0365
Family Support Domestic Violence Services If you need free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence   718-508-1220 (9am-5pm) if you need help safety planning or having trouble getting through the 718 phone, call 1- 800-621-4673
[Several] Speaker Johnson's breakdown of resources for all NY-ers https://iqconnect.lmhostediq.com/iqextranet/view_newsletter.aspx?id=166276&c=NYCCSPK    
[Several] Undocumented resources list https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qilwSmaqELoyPc9-a1ka82aXAq3HDlWvbYEzwsKNNL0/edit#    
Housing support Neighborhood Associate for Inter-Cultural Affairs (NAICA) is providing remote housing support to tenants in the Bronx. 718-538-3344, extension 100.    
Health Support Self screener for benefits https://access-nyc-s3-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2020/04/Various_NYC_Worker_BenefitsCovid-19_English.pdf    
Health Support Coping with COVID coloring book https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track/?pageNum=13&uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A3c92b862-7125-4eab-9a7b-8ee2de30ce93    
Health Support Locations for face masks pick up https://www1.nyc.gov/site/coronavirus/resources/facecoverings.page    
Support for seniors LiveON NY, an organization connecting elderly New Yorkers to resources and services in New York City, is open and ready to assist in completing applications for benefits such as SNAP, SCRIE, Medicaid, the Medicare Savings Program, property tax exemptions, and more. LiveON NY will help you complete the application, submit it on your behalf, and support you through the process. To see if you're eligible or if you have any questions, please call (212) 398-5045 or email benefits@liveon-ny.org.    
Support for seniors American Cancer Society COVID-19 and Cancer Resource Page where individuals can find information regarding FAQs, cancer, and what you should ask your healthcare provider. You can also live chat with a representative from the American Cancer Society here. There is a 24-hour helpline you can contact at (800) 227-2345.  
Support for seniors Special Shopping Hours You can find more information here. Many stores in New York City have designated special shopping hours where older adults and those who are most vulnerable can shop before the general public. Spectrum News NY1 has created a list of those stores and their hours  
Support for essential workers NYC’s COVID-19 hotel program provides select individuals and groups a place to stay to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Click here to learn more about eligibility. To make a reservation through this program, click here. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the program by emailing hotels@oem.nyc.gov.  
Support for essential workers For the Frontlines Text ‘FRONTLINE’ to ‘741741’ For the Frontlines is an organization for health care professionals and essential workers. They are offering free crisis counseling during this pandemic.  
Support for essential workers NYC COVID Worker Care Network NYC COVID Worker Care Network The NYC COVID Worker Care Network is a self-organizing mutual aid network of more than 2000 mental health workers, spiritual care providers, circle-keepers, and community builders supporting frontline COVID workers during this evolving crisis. Any person working to support the fight against COVID-19 in New York is eligible to receive support - sign-up through our website by clicking here. Follow the network on Facebook for updates, or reach out to info@nyccovidcare.org with any questions. If you are an employee of an H+H facility, talk to your administrator about mental health resources offered by H+H.  
Support for essential workers MetroCard Donations Click here for more information. Once a MetroCard becomes available, the administrator will email you a donor’s contact information. If you are interested in donating a MetroCard, you may also fill out the above form and indicate you are donating a MetroCard.  
COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Immigrants https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/18p9OSlLpSYanIoUC-gEbhVbRMYVUfw4wyrixa9ekGdc/htmlview?usp=embed_facebook&fbclid=IwAR3X4Fn9kz5irv16YnES5LYpelKZO3xy3jjCcduRu9cQjjh_xe5c8A4txn0      
Resources for Sexual Violence survivors https://metoomvmt.org/advocacy/metoovoter-response-to-covid-19-for-sexual-assault-survivors/?emci=c01f1319-6d7e-ea11-a94c-00155d03b1e8&emdi=cc71508a-7c7e-ea11-a94c-00155d03b1e8&ceid=873185      
Sexual Health Community Based Sexual Health Resources for Bronx and Queens https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CgRsxRDd010gkzSuyflq00uOWhQAd-L3/view?usp=sharing Includes which planned parenthoods are open for all services and other community centers in the Bronx and Queens open for students to receive sexual health services from NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygeine Office of School Health contact – Email: jmanso1@health.nyc.gov Phone: 845-853-0705
Resources for parents of young children Hopeline Diaper Center Phone: (718) 402-1212 Address: 884 East 163rd St. Bronx, NY 10459 The Hopeline Diaper Center is opening doors to all boroughs for diapers due to COVID-19 emergencies, Call Mondays 9:30 AM-5 PM to make an appointment that is first come first serve, Eligibility: you are the parent, child is 2 years old or younger and lives in same household, receive WIC or food stamps, have proof of address document, have child's birth certificate  
Mental Health Support Headspace (mediation app) https://www.headspace.com/ny    
Support to Veterans Disabled Veteran's Charity https://www.dav.org/COVIDrelief/ $250 grant to Vets who are unemployed due to COVID-19  
Sexual health Peer Health Exchange   Empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to make healthy decisions.We do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in public high schools. 1. Cristen Van Cleet, NYC Executive Director: cvanvleet@peerhealthexchange.org 2.Francisco Cruz, NYC Program Director : fcruz@peerhealthexchange.org
Mental Health Support Floating Hospital Mental Health If you are a referring a student in temporary housing, submit through online portal: https://www.thefloatinghospital.org/case-managers/ If you are referring a student in permanent housing/community, Call and ask to speak with one of the behavioral health case managers at: 718-784-2240 ext200 culturally sensitive team offers nonjudgmental, compassionate and individualized care •able to serve individuals and families in temporary or in permanent housing• offers individual supportive therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, family therapy, and medication management all within a trauma informed care model Igda Martinez, PsyD Director of Behavioral Health
CoviD-19 Resources Community Schools https://sites.google.com/mynycschool.org/newyorkcitycommunityschools/resources/covid-19-resource-center Organized into three categories: ○Access○Remote Learning ○Best Practices●Access Categories○Food, Housing, Unemployment○Physical & Mental Health○Internet & Remote Learning Devices  
         
Smithsonian Mag - Virtual tour https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/virtually-tour-five-egyptian-landmarks-180974696/                                
DOROT
DOROT, through their University Without Walls program, is offering a free way for individuals to stay connected with others from their homes, just by picking up their phones. Program and discussion topics include arts, news, literature, wellness, and more. Every call is facilitated by engaging experts. To register for these calls, please email UWW@dorotusa.org or call (877) 819-9147.
                               
92 Y A concert by mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron will be livestreamed on Wednesday, March 18, starting at 7:30 pm. Watch the livestream. 18-Mar https://www.92y.org/archives/fleur-barron-mezzo-soprano-myra-huang-piano.aspx                            
American Museum of Natural History Continuing to provide online learning programs for educators, learn-at-home resources for families and students. Ongoing https://www.amnh.org/plan-your-visit/covid-19-visitors-staff                            
Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation Arts Curators Conference (taking place virtually May 1, 4, 5 https://artcurators.us9.list-manage.com/track/click?u=d507a702a8812245f91d7dd86&id=5923aa80d2&e=2e6295d714                            
Bowery Poetry Livestream their "No Desk Poetry Concert" from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on their Instagram feed.                                
BRIC Streaming original series, performances and podcasts online. Ongoing https://www.bricartsmedia.org/blog/stream-brics-performances                            
Broadway Dreams Offering free online programming under the "#DreamingTogether" series where students can expect to learn about theatrical writing, self-taping auditions, perfecting headshot selfies, etc. Daily, beginning March 18 https://www.facebook.com/broadwaydreamsfoundation                            
Brooklyn Historic Society Bringing online a weekly curated list of past programs, online exhibitions, resources, and more. Weekly, beginning on March 16 Via E-Newsletter                            
Brooklyn Rail Brooklyn Rail's Daily Lunchtime Conversations will host an artist or writer talk through Zoom conference calls, delving into their personal creative practices with a half hour for questions. Line up posted on IG. Daily https://www.instagram.com/brooklynrail/                            
Camera News (Third World Newsreel) After Maria: The Two Shores Film Screening and Talk 2-Apr https://www.eventbrite.com/e/after-maria-the-two-shores-film-screening-and-talk-virtual-event-tickets-96250432635                            
Dance Service New York City (Dance/NYC) Dance/NYC Symposium 3/21/2020 https://www.dance.nyc/programs/dancenyc-events/dancesymp/overview                            
El Museo "El Museo en Tu Casa" initiative presents a selection of content each week, including past performances, artists interviews, highlights from the Permanent Collection, and more. Weekly https://www.elmuseo.org/                            
En Garde Arts Presents its production of "Fandango for Butterflies (and Coyotes)" online for ticket holders. Specific dates Via E-Newsletter                            
Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene LIVE! – featuring live-streamed theatre, American Jewish performers, workshops, and other events – including a talkback with the cast of the award-winning Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish March 19,20,23,24 https://www.facebook.com/folksbiene                            
HERE Arts Center HERE@HOME Watch Party sharing full-length videos of their productions through Facebook Live every Wednesday at 7PM. Weekly https://www.facebook.com/hereartscenter/                            
Humanities New York Announced its newest Community Conversation Toolkit, "Madam and the Census Man: Assessing Identity in Today’s America." Built around a poem by the legendary Langston Hughes, this conversation prompts participants to think through what it means to be “counted” in our society and how the importance of participating in the census project sometimes sits in tension with one's own sense of identity. Ongoing https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYm2REp8g1llLT-jOYeMX26O3qL6v6Vuw2ooXoOJbPg-KVgA/viewform?usp=send_form                            
Irondale Live improve games on their Instagram account (@irondalecenter)every Friday at 12PM EST. Weekly Instagram                            
Leslie Lohman Museum of Art Sharing daily digital content and virtual tours through Instagram and past lectures and panel discussions on its Vimeo page. Daily                              
Merce Cunningham Trust Streaming Cunningham's full performances of "Night of 100 Solos" online Ongoing https://www.mercecunningham.org/activities/night-of-100-solos/                            
Metropolitan Museum of Art Invite viewers to virtually visit its galleries via "The Met 360 Project" Ongoing https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/met-360-project                            
Metropolitan Opera Launched “Nightly Met Opera Streams,” a free series of encore Live in HD presentations streamed on the company website during the coronavirus closure. Ongoing, beginning on March 16 https://www.metopera.org/about/press-releases/met-to-launch-nightly-met-opera-streams-a-free-series-of-encore-live-in-hd-presentations-streamed-on-the-company-website-during-the-coronavirus-closure/                            
New Museum Presents "Home Delivery," where audiences can explore current shows from home with audio guide, which includes recordings by artists Peter Saul, Jordan Casteel, and Daiga Grantina, along with New Museum curators. Ongoing https://www.newmuseum.org/audioguides                            
New York Historical Society Its "History @ Home" program is offering online social studies programs for students and teachers of all grade levels via zoon. Ongoing https://www.nyhistory.org/education                            
New York Live Arts Posting weekly three full length performances from the Live Arts and Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company video archives ranging across the past 5 decades! Weekly https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uREWTI07bDtRu1yxOkR0w                            
New York Public Library Presents its "Past LIVE" event recordings for free online Ongoing https://www.nypl.org/live/past-programs                            
New York Transit Museum Digital Discussion on the History of Transit Wayfinding 3/20/2020 https://51281.blackbaudhosting.com/51281/Lunchtime-Talks---Changing-Signs-Changing-Times-A-History-of-Wayfinding-in-Transit                            
New York Transit Museum Online Exhibition: GRAND BY DESIGN:
A CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL
Ongoing https://www.gcthistory.com/                            
New-York Historical Society Public Programs Access Online Ongoing https://www.nyhistory.org/media                            
Paley Center for Media Full daily discussions of your favorite TV shows airing each week from PaleyFest LA or NY every morning at 10 AM on Youtube. Daily https://www.youtube.com/user/paleycenter?sub_confirmation=1                            
Poetry Project Presents "House Party," a digital performance and publication serires with readings, songs, dances, writings and prompts from the past, present, and future. Ongoing https://www.poetryproject.org/publications/house-party/house-party-1?mc_cid=9981ab4f77&mc_eid=e78df0fffe                            
Public Art Fund Presents its Public Art Works Podcasts where artists and cultural leaders tackle topical subjects like activism, representation, feminism, and even street food; and latest videos online, including its newest film with Farah Al Qasimi, who discusses how adornment and tradition play a role in creating comfort in our personal spaces. She introduces us to a business owner in Bay Ridge whose unique shop evokes the feelings of home, and shares more about the experience of creating the 17 photographs in Back and Forth Disco. Ongoing                              
Public Theater Announced "Joe's Pub Live!" a weekly series of free live-streamed and archived performances every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8PM EST via YouTube Live. Weekly, beginning on March 19 https://www.youtube.com/user/JoesPubNY/videos?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20JPLive-PT&utm_content=version_A&source_no=85155                            
Queens Theatre Presenting "Digital Story Circle," an opportunity for constituents to digitally hang out and share stories, as facilitated by its director of community engagement. First one on March 20                              
Rubin Museum Made its Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room accessible for virtual visits, including a 2-hour stream on Youtube featuring flickering butter lamps, meditative Buddhist chants. Ongoing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib5LkBSsC7c&feature=youtu.be&mc_cid=fb55cee26f&mc_eid=aa11b16ff3                            
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Visit the Guggenheim from Home Ongoing https://www.guggenheim.org/plan-your-visit/guggenheim-from-home                            
The New Victory Theater Introduced "New Victory Arts Break," presenting weekly performing arts activities guided by teaching artists for families to do at home. Weekly, beginning on March 16 https://newvictory.org/new-victory-arts-break-percussion-week/?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=1920NVArtsBreakBlog1&utm_content=version_A&promo=12990                            
Third Street Music School Settlement Working to launch an online music education platform to keep their students connected and engaged and has begun offering individual lessons remotely and is developing plans to offer online theory, group lessons and ensemble instruction. From the org: for preschool students, we are ensuring continued opportunities for digital communications with their teachers and connecting families to online learning and arts resources. Further, we created a free instrument loan program to ensure students are able to keep practicing while they are studying at home. We are also developing ways for our families to engage through social media and free online education platforms. Ongoing Email via Andy