1. Food Insecurity Resources
Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church:
www.foodpantries.org – Lists food pantries by state.
2. Technology Tools
3. Emergency Assistance for Housing, Financial Assistance and Family Support
Partners of St. Philip
Buckhead Christian Ministry
Simply put, United Way of Greater Atlanta’s 2-1-1 Contact Center connects families with the community-based resources they need to thrive – resources that can put food on tables, sharpen and edit resumes, keep lights on or even provide clothes after a house fire. This help is provided so that families can keep moving forward.
Those who reach out to 2-1-1 are connected to trained, bilingual Community Connection Specialists who provide information on services and referrals to programs aligned with the individual’s specific needs.
More than 3,500 programs, faith-based institutions and other organizations are listed in the 2-1-1 database. Those resources provide an average of over 46,000 people a month with the help they needed last year.
United Way’s 2-1-1 is free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in 140 different languages.
4. Employee Support and HR Help
SHRM Article – What to Do When Scared Workers Don’t Report to Work Due to COVID-19
HRE Article – Best Practices for Supporting Employees
HR Daily Advisor Article – Helping Employees Stay Well
Department of Labor Link:
COVID-19 Webpage – Provides infection prevention information specifically for employers and workers.
Tips on dealing with anxiety related to COVID 19:
Resources and information by state for workers impacted by COVID-19on unemployment insurance, paid leave, community services and more from AFL-CIO: