We each have an important role to play to keep ourselves, our families and friends, our neighbors and fellow Rhode Islanders safe during the Covid-19 Pandemic. By educating ourselves, following State, CDC, and WHO guidelines, working together and helping each other, we will get back to our lives and rebuild a healthy and strong Rhode Island.
Understanding the Coronavirus, Covid-19 and the Pandemic, definition of terms and other general information including health insurance options
Important safety guidelines and help to avoid exposure to Covid-19
Help accessing necessities and resources for food assistance, delivery options, grocery store safety and more.
Here are resources to help with unemployment, financial assistance, mortgage assistance, gov't assistance for businesses, job training and more.
Understanding the symptoms of COVID-19, using the self checkers and accessing testing resources if advised
Children, Parents, and Seniors
Resources and help managing mental health issues, stress and anxiety, addiction and overdose and more.
You Can Help
Lots of online and in-person resources to help with K-12 education.
Resources specifically for children, their parents, and Seniors including help with understanding and managing the "new normal". It's challenging at EVERY age!
The best way to prepare for any illness (including Covid-19) is to maintain good physical and mental health. Here you'll find resources to help.
This is for the kids and families too ... fun activities, projects, contests (with prizes!), and family adventures to enjoy safely
Here you'll find opportunities to help others through volunteering. There are lots of opportunities - and lots of folks and organizations that could use a helping hand.
We're Rhode Islanders caring for and helping each other every day. We're asking folks to please continue to help by sharing what they've learned along this new and challenging journey. In doing so, we are creating our best selves and a stronger, united R.I.
Resources to help be prepared for any emergency such as as an act of nature (hurricane, tornado, fires, etc.), illnesses (like West Nile, H1N1), pandemics, and more. Be safe. Be prepared.
Special thanks to our Community Partners and Sponsors
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