All North Carolinians age 12 and older are eligible to be vaccinated.
ADANC recognizes the complexity and frequent changes in COVID-19 policies, and resources. This page is dedicated as a one-stop hub to find the latest information and resources for you or a loved one. Whether you are a consumer, a parent/legal guardian, healthcare worker, veteran, etc. we will have the latest information available and accessible. Please reach out to email@example.com for questions or accessibility issues.
Vaccine Help Center Hotline: 888-675-4567
In-Home Vaccination: The state of North Carolina is offering in-home COVID-19 vaccination appointments for individuals who find it difficult to leave their home
Phone number: 866-303-0026
Phone Number: 888-667-1199
Can provide helpful resources during COVID-19 in addition to general resources.
Phone number: 888-892-1162
Provides information to patients about coronavirus and case management to ensure patients get the care they need.
Phone number: 877-490-6642
This website offers materials and resources for people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Puts out the latest updates on COVID-19 in addition to resources by category.
Helpful information on Coronavirus and what you can do to protect yourself and others.
The Autism Society of North Carolina, COVID19 Resource Page
Provides webinars, blogs, toolkits, and other relevant resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic for people with disabilities.
This is a resource for parents who are looking for child care and other resources for their children.
Phone number: 888-600-1685
This program provides support services to eligible individuals who need to quarantine/isolate due to COVID-19.
This volunteer-based agency provides transportation, in-home connections, and caregiver support to eligible seniors and people with disabilities.
Phone number: 919-460-0567
Service Area: Wake County
This is a hotline for people with disabilities during disasters and times of crisis. When you call the number, you will leave a voicemail explaining your need and an expert will call you back within 24 hours.
Phone number: 800-626-4959
Offers information on a variety of different topics impacted by COVID-19, including, housing, employment, and education.
Phone number: 866-219-5262
This list of agencies by county may be able to assist an individual who needs a non-congregate shelter situation due to testing positive for COVID-19, exposure to COVID-19, or being high risk to contract the virus.
This resource has guidance for people with speech impairments on communication in health care settings, specifically during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This resource offers information about COVID-19 and other related topics in a plain language format.
This website lists public locations where free access to the internet is available.
The federal government is offering this benefit to qualifying households to help people stay connected during the pandemic. The benefit offers a monthly discount for broadband internet and a one-time discount on a computer or tablet
Help Center: (833) 511-0311
In partnership with SafeLink Wireless, they may be able to provide financial assistance to eligible individuals in the form of additional minutes. If you are a recipient of SNAP or Medicaid, you may be eligible.
Offers low-cost laptops, desktops, and portable internet to eligible individuals. Please see the link for more information.
Offers reduced-price computers to eligible individuals with low incomes.
Phone number: 919-293-1133
This website allows individuals to search for rental assistance resources in their state
This three-step program to prevent evictions for eligible residents of Wake County, offers financial assistance, free legal help, and relocation services. Please see the link for more information and to apply.
Phone number: 919-899-9911
This program offers rent and utility assistance across the state to eligible individuals who have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They are offering assistance to eligible individuals impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic for needs, such as housing, transportation, and employment.
Service Area: Durham, Orange, Chatham, and Randolph counties
Offers CARES NC funding to individuals who apply and qualify. Also, offers a self-sufficiency program to help people with low incomes become independent.
et up through the National Disability Institute to help people with disabilities and chronic health conditions through the financial difficulties of COVID-19.
Customer Service Number: 888-737-0259
This nonprofit organization is providing $100 gift cards to eligible people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Text: FoodNC to 877-877
This text will pull up the three closest drive-thru/pick-up meal sites for children 18 and younger
Allows individuals to search for food banks in any part of the country by entering a Zip Code in their search tool.
They serve 34 counties throughout the state. Their website helps individuals find local food pantries and provides other relevant resources.
Phone number: 919-875-0707
Participants Can Use Benefits At Authorized Online EBT Retailers
A helpline to provide mental health support to any North Carolinian who needs it.
Phone number: 855-587-3463
Assists people who are experiencing emotional distress during a disaster by providing counseling, support, and referrals to local behavioral health services.
Phone number: 800-985-5990
A helpline that can provide mental health support to health care workers that are experiencing stress from being on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response.
Phone number: 919-226-2002
Information and resources to assist people during the Pandemic. A NAMI NC helpline is also set up to provide additional resources and support.
NAMI NC Helpline: 800-451-9682 (voice)
NAMI NC Helpline: 919-999-6527 (text)
This allows you to connect with a peer support specialist 24/7. This is a non-crisis support line.
Phone number: 833-390-7728
Hosting daily online classes and support groups. Please see the website for more information.
Phone number: 704-390-7709
Offers virtual and in-person programming for seniors age 55 and older.
Phone number: 919-688-8247
Has workout videos hosted by a WWE Athlete and athletes with disabilities.
Offers a wide variety of classes in topics, such as cooking, self-advocacy, and art. Please see their website for fees and to register
Phone number: 919-942-5119
The senior centers in Orange county are offering both in-person and virtual programs.
Aging Helpline: 919-968-2087
This day center for people who are experiencing homelessness offers mobile showers, laundry, weekend meals, and care coordination. They also offer on-site medical services through Advance Community Health, including COVID-19 testing.
Phone number: 984-344-9599
Provides referrals to local agencies that assist people who are homeless.
Phone number: 919-443-0096
This agency assists people who are homeless in Durham by connecting them with resources to remedy their situation.
Phone number: 984-287-8313
Offers a wide range of services for people who are homeless including, The New Life Plan Program. Please see their website for more information.
Phone number: 919-828-9014
Address: 314 E. Hargett Street Raleigh, NC 27601
A resource to help individuals who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless get connected with shelters, emergency financial assistance, and other resources.
Phone number: 919-245-2655
Provides general assistance to individuals who need help meeting basic needs such as shelter, food, and medications.
Phone number: 919-496-5721
Helps people who are homeless by providing resources for where they can go to meet basic needs.
Phone number: 919-989-5300
NC Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DSDHH) ASL Videos Including Captioning and Voice
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Carolina del Norte ha lanzado un nuevo portal web COVID-19 en nc.gov/covid19 para recopilar toda la información relacionada con COVID-19, por lo que es el lugar para obtener información COVID-19 de todo el gobierno estatal, incluida la salud pública, el desempleo, los parques, tribunales, oficinas estatales y más.