COVID-19 Resources

1. Food Insecurity Resources

 Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church: – Lists food pantries by state.

2. Technology Tools


3. Emergency Assistance for Housing, Financial Assistance and  Family Support

Partners of St. Philip

Emmaus House


Buckhead Christian Ministry

About 2-1-1

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:



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