By Olga Uzunova
“We are all in this together” became a uniting motto for our communities during these challenging times. In an effort to keep New Yorkers safe, IntegrateNYC teamed up with #NYCEDU to create a database of helpful online resources. Their latest project helps communities and families stay informed and involved during the COVID-19 quarantine. This database provides access to free educational platforms, mental health support sites, housing and financial advice, and much more information where you can filter by type, topic, and location criteria based on resources available on national and state level. Check out these quick links to some great free services and online support platforms for families.
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10 Free Online Resources for Families in Need of Support During Coronavirus
Various companies are waiving data coverage fees to all customers so that families and students can stay connected during the pandemic.
To help students stay connected during crises, the DOE is lending internet-enabled iPads to support the remote schooling process.
DOE latest updates on school closures, free learning resources, free lunches, and more.
NYC Well is your connection to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance use services 24/7.
Check out first-hand information about safety guidance, public health measures, quarantine deadlines, and much more information directly from Gov. Cuomo’s office.
Access free movement-based classes while in isolation during COVID-19. Sessions are streaming live every Saturday at 8 pm ETZ.
The City of New York is assisting New Yorkers during the COVID-19 crisis by delivering meals to those who cannot access food themselves.
Get in touch with young volunteers delivering groceries and supplies to the most at-risk community members facing COVID-19.
Trained volunteers give brief answers to your rights as a tenant, and explain your options for dealing with a housing situation.
All you need to know about the virus and how to protect your family in plain language written by experts.
This story first appeared on NewYorkFamily.com