Community Resources

Your safety, health and well-being matter to us. We’re here to help.

Many of us are finding that living through a pandemic is challenging. If you’d like assistance, please reach out to the resources in your community, listed below by state. Here are some of the issues you can find help with:

  • Struggling to cope
  • Child abuse
  • Domestic violence
  • Health insurance enrollment
  • Food for your family
  • Other basic needs, including jobs, housing and clothing

COVID-19 resources differ by state, so please refer to the links for your area.

  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps.

    In Alaska, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides monthly benefits to buy food for low-income households.

    Use your SNAP EBT payment option for grocery pickup:

    If you are pregnant, just had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for food and other support from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources
    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at Alaska 211. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Alaska. 
 
  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year.  Learn more and apply.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps.

    The CalFresh program provides food benefits for low income families. This is California’s version of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

    Use your CalFresh/SNAP EBT payment option for grocery pickups:

    If you are pregnant, just had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for food and other support from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at 211. You can get information and referrals to services throughout California.

 
  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps. 

    Montana’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) gives food assistance to low income households.

    Use your Montana SNAP EBT card to order groceries for pickup:

    If you are pregnant, just had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for food and other support from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at Montana 211. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Montana.

 
  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps.

    The Oregon Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) gives you financial help to purchase groceries.

    Use your Oregon Trail card to place your order online. Pick up groceries at:

    If you are pregnant, just had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for food and other support from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources
    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at 211info. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Oregon. 
 
  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps.

    Texas

    The Texas Benefits Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps you buy the food you need for good health.

    Use your SNAP Lone Star card to place pickup grocery orders at these stores:

    If you are pregnant, recently had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for nutrition benefits from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

    New Mexico

    If you are living with limited resources, the New Mexico Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps you purchase food.

    Skip the store and use your New Mexico SNAP EBT card to order groceries online:

    If you are pregnant, recently had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for nutrition benefits from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at:

 
  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the Washington Health Plan Finder, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about health insurance options.

  • Food for Your Family

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more families with young children are struggling to get enough food with the closure of schools and camps.

    In Washington, the Basic Food Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides monthly benefits to buy food for low-income households.

    • See if you qualify for Basic Food
    • Apply online for Basic Food and P-EBT emergency food benefits for school-age children in grades K-12.
    • Order groceries from Amazon.com with your Basic Food benefits.

    Use your Basic Food EBT card to order groceries online for pickup at:

    If you are pregnant, recently had a baby or have children under age 5, you may qualify for nutrition benefits from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at 211 Washington. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Washington.