OIPO New York State COVID-19 Resources

Updated 7/29/2021

PLEASE NOTE: this listing of resources was initially created in April 2020 and has been periodically updated. However, due to changing circumstances concerning COVID-19, we cannot attest to availability of programs, funding, or information. If you discover any erroneous information, please contact us via email at OIPO@syr.edu.



The team at the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach (OIPO) at the Burton Blatt Institute (Syracuse University College of Law) joins our colleagues at the Southeast ADA Center (SEADA) in gathering and organizing resources that center the rights, access, and experiences of disabled people during the time of COVID-19. Please note that inclusion of a resource herein does not necessarily mean an endorsement. This OIPO resources listing focuses on New York State, with particular attention paid to Central New York—and Syracuse, specifically. We cannot attest to every site’s accessibility. You are also welcome to visit a guide created by Diane R. Wiener for a broad set of wellness, creativity, and advocacy resources in the time of COVID-19.

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Syracuse University Resources

Resources for Syracuse University students, faculty, staff and administrators, alumni, parents, and community members, as well as resources produced and circulated by Syracuse University projects and initiatives.

ADA Live! (brought to you by SEADA) Podcast: 3-Part Series – Protecting Your Mental Health during the Coronavirus Outbreak
Listen to the series and all prior episodes on SoundCloud ADA Live! plus NEW! options for captions (CC) available by interactive transcript and text version at the ADA Live! website. Learn more & explore: www.adalive.org. ADA Live! is produced by the Southeast ADA Center, a member of the ADA National Network and a project of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University.
Web: adasoutheast.org

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion – COVID-19
lerner@syr.edu or (315) 443-2692
Web: lernercenter.syr.edu

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: COVID-19 Tracker for NYS Counties
lerner@syr.edu or (315) 443-2692
Web: lernercenter.syr.edu

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series
lerner@syr.edu or (315) 443-2692
Web: lernercenter.syr.edu

Mid-State Partnership, School of Education
The Mid-State Partnerships consists of three projects working collaboratively to support students, families, and educational organizations to build capacity and improve educational and post-educational outcomes for students with disabilities:

  • The Mid-State Regional Partnership Center (RPC) – rpc@syr.edu 
  • The Mid-State School-Age Family and Community Engagement (SA-FACE) Center – safacecenter@syr.edu, (315) 443-4195 
  • The Mid-State Early Childhood Family and Community Engagement (EC-FACE) Center – ecfacecenter@syr.edu, (315) 443-4352
  • NOTE: Both the Mid-State SA-FACE Center and the Mid-State EC-FACE Center have been sending weekly emails with information around essentials, wellness, and other relevant topics. If you would like to join either Listserv, please email them at the email addresses, cited above.

Web: soe.syr.edu

Project ENABLE – Expanding Non-discriminatory Access By Librarians Everywhere
This time of quarantine is stressful and upsetting; simultaneously, it provides opportunities for the library community to gain new knowledge and develop new skills; to provide a more accessible library; and to support and educate inclusive librarians, now and in the future. Project ENABLE (Expanding Nondiscriminatory Access By Librarians Everywhere) has launched an updated, enhanced version of the Project ENABLE training site. Please share this information with your library staff, colleagues, students, and anyone who is interested in libraries and disabilities.
Web: projectenable.syr.edu

Southeast ADA Center COVID-19 Resources Portal
Information, Training, and Guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Serving Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Toll-Free: 1-800-949-4232
Phone: 404-541-9001
Email: adasoutheast@law.syr.edu
Web: adasoutheast.org

Stay Safe
The official source of public health information for Syracuse University.
Coronavirus Help Line: (315) 443-8472
Web: syracuse.edu

Study on the Impact of COVID-19
Dr. Tiago Barreira and Dr. Kevin Heffernan at Syracuse University began studying the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and physical activity in May 2020 using a survey to collect data; anyone over 18 years old can participate. Questions about the research or survey can be directed to Dr. Barreira: tvbarrei@syr.edu.

Syracuse University COVID-19 Dashboard
Syracuse University reports on the number of student and employee COVID cases located in Central New York.
Web: syracuse.edu

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Central New York Resources

Resources pertaining to the City of Syracuse and the Central New York region.

2-1-1 CNY Disability Portal
Call 2-1-1 or (844) 245-1922
Serves St. Lawrence, Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego, and Onondaga counties.
Web: 211cnydisability.com

2-1-1 Mid-York
For community, social, or government services, dial 2-1-1.
Hearing impaired, dial relay 7-1-1, ask for 1-844-342-5211
erves Oneida, Madison and Herkimer counties.
2-1-1 Mid-York Disability Information
Web: 211midyork.org

2-1-1/Life Line COVID-19 Resources
Dial 2-1-1 or 1-877-356-9211
Serves Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Livingston, Cayuga and Seneca counties.
Web: 211lifeline.org

ACCESS is the engagement, assessment, planning and referral process for children/youth with emotional and behavioral challenges and their families in Onondaga County.”
315-463-1100 Phone (this phone line is staffed 24/7)
Send email via their online contact form.

AccessCNY Statement on the Novel Coronavirus
(315) 455-7591
Web: accesscny.org

Advocacy Center – COVID-19: Agency Updates/FAQs 2021
“As the current Coronavirus & COVID-19 public health crisis continues to evolve, the Advocacy Center remains all too aware of the impact it is having on our community, survivors, and some of our most vulnerable populations. This page will have updates to agency services, relevant information for survivors, and those we serve. For immediate assistance or questions, please contact our 24 hour hotline (607-277-5000) to speak with an advocate.”
The Advocacy Center is dedicated to providing support, advocacy and education for survivors, friends, and families of domestic violence, and sexual assault in Tompkins County.
Web: actompkins.org

Syracuse / Main Office:
(315) 472-3171; TTY: (315) 479-6363
ARISE at the Farm: (315) 687-6727
ARISE Oswego County: (315) 342-4088; TTY: (315) 342-8696
ARISE Fulton Mental Health: (315) 887-5156
ARISE Madison County: (315) 363-4672; TTY: (315) 363-2364
ARISE Cayuga/Seneca County (315) 255-3447; TTY: (315) 282-0762
Web: ariseinc.org

Aurora of Central New York Inc. Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources
Phone: (315) 422-7263
TTY/TDD: (315) 422-9746
Video Phone: (315) 679-4168
Web: auroraofcny.org

Bridges for Brain Injury, Inc.
(585) 396-0070
Bridges has received funding from the United Way of Rochester and the Community Foundation of Rochester for a meal delivery program. People with disabilities (in Ontario County and more, including Canandaigua, Farmington, Newark, and Palmyra) can call to find out how to get meals delivered to you regardless of your disability. This is available right now though this Covid19 pandemic.
Web: bridgesforbraininjury.org

Broome County Health Department – Coronavirus 
Broome County Health Department Hotline: (607) 778-8885
Web: gobroomecounty.com

CenterState CEO’s Generation Next & OneGroup present CNY LIVE: Home. Safe. Together.
Register and Watch
Thursday, May 7, 2020, 6:30 p.m. Eastern
Sponsored by OneGroup with support from KeyBank. Generation Next is an initiative of CenterState CEO and is supported in part by M&T Bank.
“Join Generation Next and leaders from across the community to celebrate the essential workers and businesses keeping Syracuse safe and strong. Enjoy performances from Symphoria and Syracuse Stage, meet business owners working to keep Syracuse running, enjoy a tribute to the region’s 2020 graduates, messages of thanks from the community, and so much more.”
Web: crowdcast.io

Central New York Community Foundation – The COVID-19 Community Support Fund
(315) 422-9538
Web: cnycf.org

Central New York Community Foundation – Regional & Affiliate COVID-19 Community Support
(315) 422-9538
This page is for those applying for or donating to COVID-19 support efforts from the Community Foundation’s regional funds or the Women’s Fund of CNY. Applicants and donors to the Onondaga County-based COVID-19 Community Support Fund should visit the Onondaga County-based site.” Includes:

  • Oswego County COVID-19 Fund
  • Cayuga County COVID-19 Fund
  • Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund
  • Madison County Rural Poverty Fund
  • Women’s Fund of Central New York

Web: cnycf.org

The Child Care Council of Cornell Cooperative Extension
(315) 223-7850 extension 222
The Child Care Council of Cornell Cooperative Extension is a resource & referral education program dedicated to promoting quality, accessible child care for our community. We offer various services to individuals working with young children in Herkimer, Madison & Oneida counties. We also provide programs and education opportunities to help you understand and comply with the rules and regulations of providing quality child care.
Web: cconeida.com

Child Care Solutions – COVID-19 & Child Care Providers
Syracuse Office: (315) 446-1220 Ext. 0; 1-888-729-7290
Auburn Office: 315-446-1220 Ext. 0; 888-729-7290 Ext. 0

Web: childcaresolutionscny.org

Child Development Council – COVID19 – Services and Resources
“This page summarizes current state and federal supports and additional services Council staff are offering to assure the well-being of children, families, and child care providers in our community.”

Web: childdevelopmentcouncil.org

City of Syracuse Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Notifications
(315) 448-8005
Web: syrgov.net

Community Action Partnership for Madison County – Community Resources
Morrisville Office: (315) 684-3144
Canastota Office: (315) 697-3588
E-mail: info@capmadco.org
Web: capmadco.org

Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca- COVID-19 Information
Agency Headquarters: (315) 255-1703
Seneca Office: (315) 539-5647
Online contact form
“Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca (CAP) remains open to provide meaningful services and assistance to individuals and families in need.”

  • Current Needs Survey – Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca (CAP): Please take a few minutes to complete our survey that will enable us to provide programming and services to better meet the needs of our community due to the unprecedented challenges associated with COVID-19.

Web: caphelps.org

The Community Foundation of Rochester – COVID-19 Resource Page
“To help our nonprofit partners and the communities they serve, we set out to build a list of resources where people can find vital information about meeting immediate needs during the COVID-19 crisis. We will monitor and update this page frequently. Please help spread the word by sharing our short URL on social media.”
Web: racf.org/COVID

Community Crisis Fund
“Established by United Way of Greater Rochester and the Community Foundation to rapidly deploy flexible resources to community-based organizations that are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic consequences of the outbreak, community and organizational recovery, and future community emergencies.”
Web: racf.org

Congressman John Katko’s COVID-19 Priorities Survey
An opportunity to share the issues that are most important to you and your family with Congressman Katko.
Web: katko.house.gov

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates for Cayuga County
Emergency Operations Center Hotline: (315) 253-1355
Web: cayugacounty.us

COVID-19 Vaccine Trials at Upstate Medical University
“The study will be conducted through Upstate’s Institute for Global Health and Translational Science. Currently, there are no available vaccines that have been proven to prevent COVID-19. Interested individuals can call (315) 464-9869 or email trials@upstate.edu for more information.”
Source: cnycentral.com

Crouse Health Updates: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
(315) 470-7111
Online contact form
Web: crouse.org

Exceptional Family Resources
(315) 478-1462

Web: contactefr.org

Family Resources Centers of Tioga County
“Virtual Parent Talk Times every Wednesday at 2 pm facilitated by Parenting Educators Donna Gibson and Joan Shultz. Designed for parents and caregivers of children birth to 5 years at home. Topics include stress management, sensory play, managing routines, and more!  Email Joan at jes49@cornell.edu for the weekly link to join!”

  • Owego FRC – (607) 687-4020 ext 308, Donna Vergason-Gibson, Site Coordinator, dlv22@cornell.edu
  • Waverly FRC – (607) 687-4020, Joan Shultz, Site Coordinator, jes49@cornell.edu

Web: tioaga.cce.cornell.edu

Food Bank of Central New York – Important COVID-19 Information & Resources
(315) 437-1899
Web: foodbankcny.org

Foodnet Meals On Wheels
(607) 266.9553
“Foodnet Meals on Wheels’ mission is to provide meals and other nutrition services that promote dignity, well-being and independence for older adults and other persons in need in Tompkins County.”
Web: foodnet.org

Fulton County – COVID-19 Information
(518) 736-5720
Web: fultoncountyny.gov

Greater Syracuse H.O.P.E. (Healing Opportunity Prosperity Empowerment) – COVID-19: Agency Resources in Syracuse
Online Contact Form
Web: greatersyracusehope.org

Greater Syracuse H.O.P.E., in partnership with the Syracuse-Onondaga Food Systems Alliance (SOFSA) – Syracuse COVID-19 Needs Assessment

Hamilton County CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
Phone: (518) 648-6131
Web: hamiltoncounty.com/health-human-services

Herkimer County Coronavirus Information
“For public information, a phone line is available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. the number is (315) 867-1351.”
Web: herkimercounty.org

“LAUNCH is open to support clients on a limited basis at this time. Please call 315-432-0665 to confirm appointments and/or service availability.”
Online Contact Form
Web: launchcny.org

LDA of the Mohawk Valley/Resource Center for Independent Living
Toll-free at 1-800-627-2981
Utica Office: (315) 797-4642
The Dorothy Smith Center for Advocacy: (315) 624-2554
Amsterdam Office: (518) 842-3561
Herkimer Office: (315) 866-7245
Online contact form
Web: rcil.com

Liberty Resources – Coronavirus/COVID-19
Liberty Resources remains open and here to help our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the future!  Within the span of a day, we were able to shift our behavioral health services to telehealth and continue accepting new referrals.”

  • Online Contact Form
  • Connect with a Counselor Now @ (315) 498-5961.
  • In Crisis? Connect with our Mobile Crisis Team through our partner Contact Community Services:
    • Onondaga County: Adults (315) 251-0800; Youth (315) 463-1100
    • Madison County (315) 366-2327
    • Cayuga & Oswego (315) 251-0800
    • Cortland County (607) 756-3771
  • Main Office: (315) 425-1004
  • Canastota: (315) 697-5200
  • Cortland: (607) 218-6055
  • Fulton: (315) 592-7978
  • Oneida: (315) 363-0052
  • Liberty POST Syracuse: (315) 425-1004
  • Syracuse Integrated Health Care Clinic: (315) 472-4471
  • Short Term Crisis Respite for ADULTS – Wellness and relaxation at your home away from home, serving Onondaga, Oswego, and Madison counties via a “Warm Peer Line”: 1-855-778-1900 – 24/7

Web: liberty-resources.org

Liberty Resources Help Restore Hope Center
Hotline 855-966-9723 (24/7)
Languages spoken: English/Spanish
“Liberty Resources Help Restore Hope Center is formerly known as the Victims of Violence Program. Our program services take a leadership role in Madison and Chenango Counties, New York by providing services for survivors, education, and prevention on domestic violence, child abuse, dating violence and other forms of abuse.”
Web: helprestorehopecenter.org

Living in Cayuga County: 2019-2020 Community Services Directory (PDF Format, 72 pages) 
Web: human-services.org

Madison County COVID-19
(315) 366-2361

  • If you have a concern related to COVID-19 in Madison County regarding social distancing, hygiene practices, or an essential business, please dial the Madison County non-medical COVID-19 hotline at 315-366-2770 or complete this online form.
  • If you would like to file a complaint about non-essential businesses that are continuing to operate, complete the Department of Labor’s Complaint Form.

Web: madisoncounty.ny.gov

Madison County Mental Health Crisis Hotline
(315) 366-2327

Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc. 
(315) 697-5700
TDD: 7-1-1
“Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc. (OFA) has temporarily closed all congregate Senior Nutrition and County Kitchen (SNACK) sites effective March 6, 2020. Please note that home delivered meal clients will continue to have their meals delivered, and congregate clients should have been contacted by OFA staff to discuss their food options. Contact them with any questions or concerns.”
Web: ofamadco.org

McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center
For questions or any general inquiries: (315) 701-2985
Online contact form
Web: mcmahonryan.org

Mohawk Valley COVID-19 Response Fund
Web: unitedwayvgu.org

Northeast Region 2-1-1
Call 2-1-1 or 1-888-366-3211
Serves Albany, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren, and Washington counties.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services
Web: 211neny.com

Northern Onondaga Public Library 
NOPL Brewerton: (315) 676-7484
NOPL Cicero: (315) 699-2032
NOPL North Syracuse: (315) 458-6184
“Our locations may be closed but we’re open 24/7 online!  Visit NOPL’s website to access digital resources such as ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, streaming music, movies, and more. At NOPL.org you can read our blog to find helpful posts for keeping all ages engaged and inspired with a library card and PIN. No library card? Sign up for a temporary digital library card and get started today.” 

Web: nopl.org

Oneida County Health Department CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

  • Oneida County Mental Health Hotline: 1-800-678-0888
  • Oneida County Health Department COVID-19 Hotline: 315-798-5431
  • Oneida County Department of Family and Community Services’ Helpline: 315-798-5439

Web: ocgov.net

Onondaga Community Living
Main Office, Syracuse: (315) 434-9597
Referral & Services Line: (315) 913-4801
Fulton Office: (315) 602-2828
Web: oclinc.org

Onondaga County – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Web: ongov.net

Onondaga County Aging Services – Nutrition Services
Emergency Meals Hotline Number for Onondaga County Seniors Age 55 or Older: (315) 218-1987
Web: ongov.net/aging

Onondaga County Department of Children and Families Services/Youth Bureau
(315) 435-2884, ext 4293

Web: ongov.net/cfs

Onondaga County Health Department
Due to the presence of COVID-19 in Onondaga County, the John H. Mulroy Civic Center building is closed to the public except for critical services. Anyone with County business should call ahead. The following changes to Health Department services are also in effect until further notice:

  • WIC Clinic: All appointments will be done over the phone. If you have an upcoming appointment, our WIC staff will be calling you during the week of your scheduled appointment. If you have a new phone number please call the WIC office at 315.435.3304 to update your records.
  • Office of Vital Statistics: Closed to walk-in traffic effective immediately. Birth and death certificates can continue to be ordered by mail, by fax, or online. Please call 315.435.3241 with any questions.
  • TB Clinic and Sexual Health Center (STD Center): Visits by appointment only, no walk-in hours. Please call 315.435.3236 to schedule an appointment.
  • Family Planning Service: The clinic at 113 East Taft Road in North Syracuse is closed. Patients will be seen at the Slocum Avenue clinic by appointment only, no walk-ins. For information or an appointment call or text 315.325.2010. Telehealth will be used whenever possible.
  • Immunization Clinic: Closed until further notice
  • Rabies Clinics: Cancelled until further notice

Web: ongov.net/health

Onondaga County Health Department, Bureau of Special Children Services, Early Intervention Program

Web: ongov.net/health

Onondaga County Mental Health COVID 19 Response Telephonic Support – Volunteers Needed (PDF Document, 1 page)
“Contact Community Services is seeking volunteers willing to provide support by phone. This is solely being used to provide social/emotional support for those dealing with the stress of the current crisis, particularly those with new challenges or general support for those with preexisting conditions. If you are willing to offer some time to this effort, please complete their online survey.”
Web: ongov.net/aging

Oswego County Office for the Aging – Meals for Seniors
(315) 349-3484 or 1-800-596-3200 extension 3484

Web: oswegocounty.com

Oswego County Opportunities  – Updates on OCO Services related to COVID-19 Outbreak
(315) 598-4717
Contact OCO with Suggestions, Comments, or Concerns

OCO Crisis Hotlines – Crisis intervention and support for:

  • Victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking or other violent crimes: (315) 342-1600 
  • People experiencing a Housing crisis, difficulty meeting basic needs and other crisis situations: (315) 342-7618 or 1-877-342-7618 (toll free)

Web: oco.org

Oswego YMCA – Spotlight: COVID-19
(315) 342-6082
“Oswego YMCA remains open to provide childcare to all City of Oswego essential workers, to ensure that they can continue to work.”

Web: oswegoymca.org

Opportunities of Otsego COVID-19 Resources
(607) 433-8000
Online Contact Form

Web: ofoinc.org

Otsego County Department of Public Health – COVID19 – Corona Virus Information Resource Center
(607) 547-4200
Web: otsegocounty.com

Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)
“COVID-19 UPDATE–RISE has set up a 24/7 phone line to help connect Limited English Speakers to a live person who speaks their language: RISE Emergency Phone Number (315) 214-4480 (follow prompts for language needed): English * Nepali * French * Swahili * Lingala * Somali * Kizigua * Karen * Burmese * Kinyarwandan * Kirundi * Arabic * Please visit our Facebook page for live updates!”
Web: syracuserise.org

Rochester Spinal Association – Grants
RSA has two small grant opportunities for people with spinal cord disability that may assist with offsetting unexpected costs due to COVID-19.
Web: rochesterspinalassociation.org

St. Joseph’s Health – Coronahealth
Web: sjhsyr.org

Support Syracuse-Onondaga Food Systems Alliance (SOFSA) via the the COVID-19 Community Support Fund
Support food access in Syracuse-Onondaga County! TCI Syracuse and SOFSA are working in collaboration with the community partners supporting the Central New York COVID-19 Community Support Fund to collect donations to support rapid response initiatives to assist Onondaga County residents to access food during the COVID-19 crisis. Enter “SOFSA” (Syracuse-Onondaga Food Systems Alliance) as a comment in your online donation form to earmark your donation for food-related needs.
Web: cnycf.org/covid19-home

Susquehanna River Region 2-1-1
Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-901-2180
Online Contact Form
Serves Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Tioga counties.
Web: helpme211.org

Syracuse.com – Sign up for free text messages about important updates on coronavirus in Central New York
Web: syracuse.com

Syracuse Refugee and Immigrant Defense Network (SIRDN) Resources Document
Documento de recursos sobre Coronavirus/COVID-1
De la Red de Defensa de Refugiados e Inmigrantes de Syracuse (SIRDN)
Para español, haga click aquí.
For the English version, click here.
“Whenever possible, we included both English and Spanish versions of resources. When the resource is only available in one language, you can use these instructions to have Google translate the page to other languages.”

United Way of Central New York Information and Resources Amid Covid-19
(315) 428-2211
Web: unitedway-cny.org

United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
For immediate help finding community resources, call 2-1-1 or visit 211midyork.org.
(315) 733–4691
Online Contact Form
Web: unitedwayvgu.org

Upstate University Hospital Triage Line
“Upstate’s COVID-19 triage number is (315) 464-3979. The triage line will serve the following counties: Onondaga, Cayuga, Oswego, Madison, Cortland, Chenango, Tompkins, Tioga, Broome, Oneida, Herkimer, Lewis, Jefferson, St. Lawrence.”
Source: upstate.edu

U.S. Congressman John Katko – Coronavirus: Information and Resources
Representing 24th Congressional District in New York, which includes Onondaga, Cayuga, and Wayne Counties and the western portion of Oswego County.
Online contact form
Web: katko.house.gov

Vera House – Our Response to COVID-19
(315) 468-3260
Web: verahouse.org

Westcott Mutual Aid
Westcott Mutual Aid is a newly formed alliance with Salt City Market and its restaurants and food merchants to keep staff employed by making meals to be distributed at community centers. These meals are being made at cost (supplies and labor) and distributed to neighborhoods with the greatest need. Immediate funding for this initiative is being provided by individual residents and business owners in the Westcott neighborhood. Please consider assisting financially with these efforts to keep people working and keep people fed.
Web: saltcitymarket.com

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New York State Resources

Resources specific to New York State.

2-1-1 – COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic Resources
Call 2-1-1 or search 2-1-1 by zip code or city and state to find resources for your region.

Accessible New York 
“This year is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. New York State offers many opportunities for travelers with accessibility needs. Hundreds of attractions across the state offer accessibility features, with some even providing specialty programming like sensory-friendly museum days and adaptive skiing and snowboarding.”
Web: iloveny.com

Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State (ASAP) – Corona Virus Helpline
(518) 426.3122
General Inquiries: slafountain@asapnys.org
Web: asapnys.org

APART + CONNECTED: NYC Deaf Life During the Pandemic
Gallaudet University’s Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center is hosting a virtual panel discussion on NYC Deaf life during the pandemic on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 1-2 p.m. ET. Panelists include Roxanna Aguilo, Carlos Aponte-Salcedo Jr., Patrice Creamer, Marina Fanshteyn, and Alexandria Pucciarelli-Miller; moderated by Brianna DiGiovanni. Panelists will use American Sign Language (ASL). ASL to spoken English interpreting and real-time captioning provided. This panel is being broadcast via Zoom.
Web: gallaudet.edu

Center for Disability Rights – Action Steps for Attendant Service Users in Response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Rochester: TEL (585) 546-7510; TTY (585) 546-7512
Albany: TEL (518) 320-7100; TTY (518) 320-7100
Canandaigua: TEL (585) 546-7055
Corning: TEL (607) 654-0030
Geneva: TEL (315) 789-1800; TTY (315) 789-1800
Web: cdrnys.org

CityMD – Free testing – Uninsured New Yorkers can get a free diagnostic COVID-19 test at any CityMD urgent care facility. All CityMD locations are offering nasal swab tests seven days a week, and walk-ins are accepted. Also a reminder that New York health insurers have been directed to waive all costs associated with COVID-19 testing. If you believe you have COVID symptoms, don’t wait — get tested.
Source: New York Post

Codeacademy – Supporting New Yorkers Affected by COVID-19 Through State and City Partnerships
New York-based startup Codecademy has provided technical training to 1,500 state personnel on the frontlines of the State’s pandemic response as part of the COVID-19 Technology SWAT Team. Through this pro-bono partnership, Codecademy is providing six-month training licenses to NYS’ Office of Information Technology Services. Leading tech companies from around the country have participated in the Tech SWAT Team Initiative, saving taxpayers over $14 million.
Web: https://news.codecademy.com

Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Association of New York State – COVID-19 Consumer Impact Survey
CDPAANYS is collecting data from consumers and designated representatives to learn how COVID-19 is affecting your daily routine and access to care. Participation in this survey will help CDPAANYS learn where resources are needed and better advocate for CDPA.”

Cornell Cooperative Extension – New York Extension Disaster Education Network – COVID-19 Resources
If you have Coronavirus resources, programs, or information to submit to NY EDEN, please use this form.
Web: eden.cce.cornell.edu

Cornell Cooperative Extension Tioga County – COVID-19 Financial Wellness Resources
Web: tioga.cce.cornell.edu

Coronavirus & Responsible Behaviors by State – “New York State named most responsible state in fight against COVID-19”
This new study by a health care data group named New York the “most responsible state” in fighting COVID-19, due to New Yorkers’ widespread mask wearing as well as the state’s robust testing capacity and health care system, among other factors.
Source: https://www.weny.com/story/42372092/new-york-state-named-most-responsible-state-in-fight-against-covid-19

COVID 19: Resources for Kinship Caregivers in NYS – NYS Kinship Navigator
The NYS Kinship Navigator is an information, referral and education program for kinship caregivers in New York State. A kinship caregiver is an individual that is caring for a child that is not biologically their own.”
Web: nysnavigator.org

COVID Act Now – New York
This website shares COVID data and risk level for communities throughout the state and all other states, 2,100+ counties.
“New York is on track to contain COVID. Cases are steadily decreasing and New York’s COVID preparedness meets or exceeds international standards.”
Web: covidactnow.org

COVID-19 Consumer Impact Survey
CDPAANYS is collecting data from consumers and designated representatives to learn how COVID-19 is affecting your daily routine and access to care. Participation in this survey will help CDPAANYS learn where resources are needed and better advocate for CDPA.”

COVID-19 Special Needs Resources – Information For Families with A Child with an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Source: STRYDD Center (Supporting Trauma Recovery for Youth with Developmental Disabilities)

Dance/NYC – Coronavirus Impact Survey (Shared by Art Beyond Sight: Bringing Art and Culture to All in solidarity with Dance/NYC)

  • From Art Beyond Sight: “At Art Beyond Sight, dance is one of the several arts disciplines which we focus on. We ask all dancers to please take this Coronavirus Impact Survey and share it with friends and colleagues who are dancers, who have a dance company, or a dance school. This survey will garner important coronavirus impact information for disability dance which may impact the greater disability arts community as well.”
  • From Dance/NYC: “Dance/NYC is monitoring the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the dance field. We value your input and will use it to create public awareness and guide policy, resources, and program development for dance makers and organizations based in the metropolitan New York City area.”

Learn about the Dance/NYC Coronavirus Dance Relief Fund

Disability Rights New York (DRNY) COVID-19 Resource Guide
Phone: (518) 432-7861
TTY: (518) 512-3448
Toll Free: (800) 993-8982

Web: drny.org

Families Together in New York State – Resources for Families Affected by COVID-19
(518) 432-0333
Hotline: 1-888-326-8644
Web: ftnys.org

Feed the Frontlines NYC
By purchasing meals through Feed the Frontlines NYC, you’ll help fuel the extraordinary efforts of our city’s healthcare and social services workers while supporting our local restaurants and their workers.”

Feeding New York State
“Feeding New York State is incorporated as a non-profit whose mission is to lead a unified effort for a hunger-free New York State.”
Web: feedingnys.org

First Responders Fund – COVID-19 NYS Emergency Response
To help support our hero frontline workers, New York created the First Responders Fund. The fund will assist COVID-19 healthcare workers and first responders with expenses and costs, including child care. We encourage New Yorkers to donate if you can: Donations can be made electronically [online] or by check, mailed to “Health Research, Inc., 150 Broadway, Suite 560, Menands, NY 12204.” (For checks, the donor should specify the donation is for “COVID-19 NYS Emergency Response.”)

Connecting New Yorkers with free and low-cost health and social services
Web: hitesite.org

 “It’s Up To Us, New York”  (PDF Document, 8 pages)
NY is launching a new series of public service announcements to remind New Yorkers to keep doing their part to fight Coronavirus. The advertisements will appear across social media, on MTA buses and trains and on billboards across the state. Masks are mandatory when riding public transportation systems and New Yorkers should follow all guidelines and protocols when riding, including maintaining social distancing to the extent possible, using hand sanitizer and observing decal guidance.
Web: governor.ny.gov

League of Women Voters of New York State 
COVID-19 Voting and Government resources:

Web: lwvnyonline.org

I Love NY – 16 of New York City’s Best Museum Reopenings
A guide to New York City museums as they begin to reopen
Web: iloveny.com

Managed Care Community of Practice – COVID-19 Resources & Guidance
(518) 795-3590
Web: mc-cop.com

“Mask Up America” Campaign
“New York Shares Message with Nation to Promote Mask Wearing and to Help Stop the Spread of the Virus”
Web: governor.ny.gov

MTA Service During the Coronavirus Pandemic
“We’re here to get you where you’re going as the New York region reopens. Remember that you’re required to wear a mask when you ride with us.”
To help avoid crowding on buses as New York City reopens, the myMTA app has added a feature to provide the real-time number of riders on any given bus line. To download the app:

Web: mta.info

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children in New York State
This research articles offers an update on the Kawasaki Disease-like syndrome that has affected children in NYS. As of Friday, July 24, 2020, NYS has investigated 240 cases of the syndrome, also known as MIS-C. “The State Department of Health published a study of patients younger than 21 who met the criteria for MIS-C in the New England Journal of Medicine. One of the findings of the study is that the hyper-inflammatory syndrome is associated with cardiac dysfunction. Among the findings of the study are that the hyper-inflammatory syndrome is associated with cardiac dysfunction. The majority of the patients in the study had no documented underlying conditions” (SOURCE: NYS Coronavirus Update).
Web: nejm.org

New York Alliance for Inclusion & Innovation – Coronavirus Resources
The NY Alliance is continuing to monitor the Covid-19 crisis and provide information in real-time. If you are a NY Alliance member and would like to receive this information directly, please email kconnally@nyalliance.org. If you are not a member of the NY Alliance and would like to receive these updates, please email skittle@nyalliance.org to discuss options.”
Web: nyalliance.org

New York Blood Center – Convalescent Plasma COVID-19 Donor Request Form
(212) 570-3000
Online contact form
Web: nybc.org

New York Business Express – NYS Support Programs or Incentives
“Small business owners can check if they are eligible for New York State support programs or incentives. There are a number of business incentives that small business owners may be able to take advantage of. To get started, simply answer questions about your business and New York’s Business Express Incentive Wizard will provide a list of New York State programs and services that could help your business get off the ground.”
Web: businessexpress.ny.gov

NYC Administration for Children’s Services – Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 General Information
ACS Main Office Phone: (212) 341-0900
Outside NYC: (877) KIDSNYC (543-7692)
Online Contact Form or Other Contact Information
Web: nyc.gov

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene COVID-19: Businesses and Other Facilities
“NYC guidance for businesses and other commercial and residential facilities”

Web: www1.nyc.gov

New York City’s Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) – COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities
Voice Phone: (212) 788-2830
Video Phone: (646) 396-5830
MOPD COVID-19 Feedback Form
Accessible Virtual Meetings Guide (PDF Document Guide, 13 pages)
MOPD Virtual Activities Toolkit
Web: www1.nyc.gov

NYC COVID-19 City-wide Information Portal
“3-1-1 is available online, by texting 311-692, or by calling 3-1-1 from within the City or 212-NEW-YORK outside the five boroughs. TTY service is also available by dialing 212-504-4115.”
Web: nyc1.gov

NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) – Virtual Resources For All Ages
Web: nyc1.gov

NY’s Canals – Explore Upstate NY’s Canals
Take advantage of the beauty of New York’s canals and hiking trails this summer. Through Labor Day, the NYS Canal Corporation is promoting six hubs of canals and trail activity and celebrating local canalside businesses across Upstate NY. The program will offer free outdoor excursions by kayak and/or bike in Schenectady, Chittenango, Seneca Falls and Rochester.
Web: canals.ny.gov

NY Connects
Online resource to search for available services in NYS
Find local offices
Web: nyconnects.ny.gov

NY Project Hope
(844) 863-9314
Email: nyprojecthope@omh.ny.gov
“The Emotional Support Helpline was initially launched at the request of Governor Andrew Cuomo in response to the mental health needs of New Yorkers during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was originally manned by thousands of trained volunteers with a background in mental health, including licensed mental health professionals. The Helpline has now transitioned into NY Project Hope, the official Crisis Counseling Response, funded by the Federal Emergency Management Administration. It remains a program of the Office of Mental Health and is now staffed by trained crisis counselors.”
Web: omh.ny.gov

New York Public Library
New York State residents may open a free account at the New York Public Library, permitting users to check out ebooks and other electronic resources; How to Access the Library’s Digital Resources 24/7.

New York State Child Abuse Hotline

New York State COVID Hotspot Lookup – Find COVID-19 Hot Spot Zones by Address
Search to see if you live or work in a Cluster Action Initiative Zone. As part of our Cluster Action Initiative, there are new restrictions in six clusters in the State, which allow us to stop the spread from these clusters and protect our progress in the fight against COVID-19. Look up your address to see if you live or work in a COVID-19 Hot Spot Zone where there are new restrictions. Maps of the six cluster zones and the state’s COVID-19 Micro-Cluster Strategy can be found online.

  • 11-19-2020 – New York will modify micro-cluster focus zones in response to updated metrics. Part of Erie County’s Yellow Zone will transition to an Orange Zone. Parts of Niagara County and the Bronx will go into Yellow Zones. There will be an expanded Yellow Zone in Queens. Meanwhile, due to improvements, the Yellow Zones in Broome County and Orange County will be removed, and the Brooklyn cluster’s Orange Zone will transition to a Yellow Zone. These changes go into effect Friday for businesses and Monday for schools” 

Web: forward.ny.gov

New York State COVID-19 Technology SWAT Team
“New York State is launching technology driven products with leading global tech companies to accelerate and amplify our response to COVID-19. We are looking for impactful solutions and skilled tech employees to help. Individuals from leading global technology companies are being deployed across high-impact and urgent coronavirus response activities.”
Web: ny.gov

New York State – Domestic Violence Task Force
Following a spike in domestic violence cases since the onset of the pandemic, Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa issued a report outlining the COVID-19 Domestic Violence Task Force’s initial recommendations to reimagine New York’s approach to services for domestic violence survivors. The recommendations call for overhauling and reimagining a 40-year-old system to meet survivors where they are and to empower them to have the maximum control of their future. Read the full report by the task force online:

Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State – Executive Order No. 202.8 – Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 3-20-20

Web: governor.gov.ny

New York State – Executive Order No. 202.36: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency – 6-2-2020

This executive order allows low-risk, outdoor recreational activities and businesses providing such activities to open in regions that have met the public health and safety metrics required for Phase 1. These include tennis, non-motorized boat use and rentals (such as kayaks and rowboats), and golf and driving ranges.

Web: governor.gov.ny

New York State – Getting Involved: How You Can Help
“New York State is doing all it can to keep New Yorkers safe and stop the spread of COVID-19. But we’re stronger if we all work together. Governor Cuomo is calling on health care professionals, schools of public health or medicine and PPE products providers and manufacturers to come forward to support the state’s response. It’s going to be hard, it’s going to be disruptive, but we will get through this together.”
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State – Interfaith Advisory Council
Starting May 21st, religious gatherings of no more than 10 people will be allowed statewide. Social distancing measures must be enforced and all participants must wear masks. Additionally, drive-in and parking lot services will be permitted. The state is convening an Interfaith Advisory Council to discuss proposals to safely bring back religious services. A list of council members (PDF Document, 3 pages) has been released.
Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State – New York Forward
“Governor Cuomo outlined a plan to reopen New York State. Our plan focuses on getting people back to work and easing social isolation without triggering renewed spread of the virus or overwhelming the hospital system. New York will reopen on a regional basis as each region meets the criteria necessary to protect public health as businesses reopen. New York State remains on PAUSE through May 15.”

Web: forward.ny.gov

New York Forward Loan Fund
“New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF) is a new economic recovery loan program aimed at supporting New York State small businesses, nonprofits and small landlords as they reopen after the COVID-19 outbreak and NYS on PAUSE.”
Web: connect2capital.com

New York Paid Sick Leave
New Yorkers can use accrued paid sick leave starting 1/1/2021. Under NY’s Paid Sick Leave law, paid sick leave is secured for workers at medium and large businesses and paid or unpaid leave for those at small businesses, depending on the employer’s net income. New Yorkers can use guaranteed sick leave to recover from an illness themselves, care for a sick family member and more.
Web: ny.gov/programs/new-york-paid-sick-leave

New York State of Health – The Official Health Plan Marketplace
“The 2021 NY State of Health Open Enrollment Period has been extended. As we continue to fight COVID-19, making sure every New Yorker is insured and has access to health care has only become more critical. If you are not insured, make 2021 the year you change that. View health plan options online, or you can go online at https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/ or call NY State of Health at 1-855-355-5557 for assistance.” Note that Empire Plan, Medicaid and Child Health Plus are continuous enrollment.
Web: nystateofhealth.ny.gov

New York State – Reimagine Education Advisory Council
Effective 5-8-2020, New York announced the members of the state’s Reimagine Education Advisory Council. We are so grateful to the state’s teachers who rose to the occasion when school facilities closed and have been teaching students remotely — but we know there is no substitute for in-class learning. Made up of teachers, students, parents and education leaders, this council will help districts strengthen our state’s schools for the challenges of today and tomorrow. See the full list of council members online.

Translations of this announcement are available:

Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State – Sign Up For Coronavirus Updates – Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
(518) 474-8390
Contact Gov. Cuomo
Web: governor.gov.ny

New York State – Tell Us What You Think
“The COVID crisis highlighted a number of shortcomings and New York wants to identify ways technology can be used to help New York build back better for everyone. From ensuring access to high-speed internet, better-paying jobs and career pathways, we are committed to ensuring that our most vulnerable residents are able to overcome root causes of inequity, and to access the digital economy. We’d love to hear from you — please take a moment to fill out this survey and let us know how we can Reimagine New York and build back better.”
Web: gov.ny

New York State Association of County Health Officials – Contact Your County Health Office
(518) 456-7905
Web: nysacho.org

New York State Bar Association – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Center
(518) 463-3200
Web: nysba.org

New York State Bar Association – COVID-19 Pro Bono Network
“New York State needs the help of attorneys to handle a surge in legal matters resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and ensuing economic fallout. For additional information please contact us at: covidvolunteer@nysba.org.”
(518) 463-3200
Web: nysba.org

New York State Child Abuse Hotline

New York State Contact Tracing Pilot Program (Press Release from Governor’s Office)

Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NYSCADV)  New York State Domestic Violence Program Directory


Web: nyscadv.org

New York State Council on Women and Girls: COVID-19 Domestic Violence Task Force (PDF Documents, 7 pages)

Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State Council on Women and GirlsNew COVID-10 Maternity Task Force Launched

Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets – Interim Guidance for “Feeding New York” by Holding a Charitable Food Donation Drive-through Event to Provide Food to Communities During The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency April 28, 2020 (PDF Document, 2 pages)
Web: agriculture.ny.gov

New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets – Nourish NY

  • Funding Will Be Distributed Regionally to Food Banks and Emergency Food Providers Based on Need
  • Food Banks Will Use Funding for Drive-Through Food Distribution Events, Voucher Programs at Grocery Stores, and the Direct Purchase of Products From New York Producers and Processors

Web: agriculture.ny.gov

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation –  Adventure NY
“The Department of Environmental Conservation is hosting a virtual series called Adventure at Home, designed to help New Yorkers find ways to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities in their own communities.”

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation – NY’s Outdoors Are Open
#RecreateLocal – Safely and Responsibly
“New York State is encouraging people to engage in responsible recreation during the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. New York State DEC and State Parks recommendations for getting outside safely incorporate guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New York State Department of Health for reducing the spread of infectious diseases.”

New York State Department of Financial Services – Coronavirus: Information for Consumers and Small Businesses

  • Effective 5-1-2020: The Governor has announced that the State Department of Financial Services will require New York State-regulated health insurers to waive cost-sharing, including deductibles, copayments and coinsurance, for in-network mental health services for New York’s frontline essential workers during COVID-19. DFS will also issue an emergency regulation to prohibit insurers from imposing cost-sharing for telehealth and in-person mental health services rendered by in-network providers on an outpatient basis to frontline essential workers eligible to be tested at one of the State’s drive through or walk-in COVID-19 testing sites. (SOURCE: Governor’s Press Office)
  • If you have a general question about coverage for Coronavirus (COVID-19) send an email to consumers@dfs.ny.gov.
  • If you have a problem with an existing account or insurance policy, use our online Consumer Complaint form to file a complaint about a product, service, or institution that we supervise. You can also check the status of a complaint, or add information to an existing complaint.
  • The State Department of Financial Services will issue an emergency regulation to help businesses and consumers who suffered damage from looting and vandalism. DFS is directing insurers to expedite claims, provide free mediation of disputes and accept photos as reasonable proof of loss so businesses don’t have to wait for police reports. More information is available at dfs.ny.gov
  • Effective 6-19-2020: The New York State Department of Financial Services has reached an agreement with credit reporting agencies to provide free credit reports to consumers and help reduce negative consumer credit reporting. This agreement will help New York consumers facing hardship caused by COVID-19 to avoid unjustified negative impacts on their credit reports. DFS also urges New York State-regulated financial institutions to furnish credit information in ways that minimizes negative impacts on consumers.
  • The COVID eviction moratorium has been extended until January 1, 2021. Residential tenants are protected from eviction if they are suffering from financial hardship due to the COVID-19 public health emergency under the Tenant Safe Harbor Act. Previous Executive Orders also prohibit charges or fees for late payments for tenants facing financial hardship. No New Yorker should be forced from his or her home as a result of COVID.
  • Effective 10-20-2020: The moratorium on commercial evictions is extended until May 1st. This measure extends protections already in place for commercial tenants and mortgagors in recognition of the financial toll the pandemic has taken on business owners, including retail establishments and restaurants. This date aligns with the moratorium on residential evictions. For official executive order, visit: Executive Order No 202.70: Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency 

Web: dfs.nys.gov

New York State Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention – COVID-19 Guidance 

Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention – Early Intervention Steps: A Parent’s Basic Guide to the Early Intervention Program (PDF Document, 28 pages is an online publication that provides more detailed information about the Early Intervention Program. Resources available in this booklet include tips for being an effective parent advocate, a checklist of important evaluation information, and sample letters to help parents exercise their due process rights. The booklet is available at: www.nyhealth.gov/publications/0532/index.htm in English and the following languages:

Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Symptom Check (PDF Document, 2 pages)
This is a card created to assist Medical Professionals and Deaf and hard of hearing individuals communicate better regarding assessment of COVID-19 symptoms.
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID Alert NY
“Download the app to get COVID-19 exposure alerts and help protect your community while maintaining your privacy.”

New York State Department of Health – COVID Report Card
“New York school districts will be providing the Department of Health with daily data on the number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19. When the reporting starts to come back, the COVID Report Card will be live.”

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Testing

Web: coronavirus.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Tracker
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccine
A new web application will help New Yorkers determine if they are eligible to get the vaccine. By answering a series of simple questions, New Yorkers can find out if they are eligible for the vaccine and, if so, where to make an appointment. See if you’re eligible here.
Web: covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force
“The NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force is a dynamic group of community, policy and health experts who will assist the Governor in reducing barriers to vaccination and ensuring an equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccine. The Task Force is made up of persons with expertise in addressing health equity for the purpose of reducing disparities among communities of color related to COVID-19 vaccination promotion, distribution, engagement and administration.”
Web: covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccine – I am Eligible App
Web-based app to determine if you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in NYS.
Web: am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccine – Phased Distribution of the Vaccine
New York is currently vaccinating Phase 1a and Phase 1b groups.
Web: covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccine – COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker
Data on New York State’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, updated daily.
Web: covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Disability and Health
Public Health Duty Officer Helpline 1-866-881-2809 (Use this number nights and weekends for public health emergencies, including communicable disease reports)
Department of Health Contacts (includes other phone numbers and helplines)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Expanded Guidelines for Nursing Home Visitations
New regulations on nursing home visitations will go into effect Friday, February 26. These full guidelines depend on a county’s COVID risk level, and continue to depend on the nursing home facility being free of COVID-19 cases for 14 days. For counties with COVID-19 positivity rates between 5-10 percent (on a 7-day rolling average), visitor testing is required and visitors must have a negative test before entry. For counties with COVID-19 positivity rates below 5 percent, visitor testing is strongly encouraged and rapid tests maybe be utilized. Alternatively, visitors may provide proof of a completed COVID-19 vaccination no less than 14 days from the date of the visit. Visitation was not be permitted if the county’s COVID-19 positivity rate is greater than 10 percent. Compassionate care visits are always permitted.


Previous Health Advisories on Facility Visitation:

Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Find Your Regional Food Bank
This map-based web page will assist you to find the regional food bank distributing food within Emergency Food Relief Organizations (EFROs); it is also recommended to visit this listing by county for other potential food sources.
Any philanthropies that would like to help the state’s food banks are asked to email COVIDPhilanthropies@exec.ny.gov.
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Health Advisory: COVID-19 Updated Guidance for Hospital Operators Regarding Visitation (PDF Document, 3 pages)
Web: opwdd.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Health Advisory: Pediatric Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome Temporally Associated with Covid-19 Interim Case Definition In New York State (PDF Document, 2 pages)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Health and Related Professionals Survey
NYS is requesting the assistance of additional qualified health and related professionals to temporarily supplement existing personnel to support less acute patients and provide support services.
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Home and Community-Based Services Regarding COVID-19 (Update) (PDF Document, 4 pages)
This document provides agencies and organizations with information about home and community-based services as it relates to COVID-19, and provides updates to the March 16, 2020 guidance titled “Interim Guidance for Home Care Services Regarding COVID-19″ (PDF Document, 3 pages).
Web: health.ny.gov

“The State has issued updated guidance for taxis, for-hire vehicles and other transportation services. Drivers are encouraged to transport passengers with the windows down to increase ventilation, and to implement physical barriers between rider and driver, in addition to the mandatory mask wearing requirement for both drivers and passengers.”
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Interim Advisory for In-Person Special Education Services and Instruction During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PDF Document, 5 pages)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Interim Guidance for Graduation Celebrations During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PDF Document, 4 pages)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Interim Guidance for Pools and Recreational Aquatic Spray Grounds During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PDF Document, 2 pages)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Medicaid in New York State – COVID-19 Guidance for Medicaid Providers
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Novel Coronavirus
Hotline: 1-888-364-3065

Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Novel Coronavirus – Food Pantries
This is a listing by county to find potential food sources; it is also recommended to visit this map-based web page to find your regional food bank distributing food within Emergency Food Relief Organizations (EFROs).
Web: coronavirus.health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Vial Extra Doses- Guidance on the use of the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS)
The Department of Health issued guidance on administering “extra” doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from vials. COVID-19 vaccine providers have consistently been able to withdraw more than five doses from one five-dose vial of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. As a result, after consulting with the FDA and the manufacturer, the State Department of Health issued guidance permitting vaccinators to withdraw more than five doses from a single vial, and to use any extra vaccine that can easily be drawn up in a syringe to meet the 0.3 milliliter dose requirement. But extra vaccine fluid from more than one vial cannot be combined to produce extra doses. (PDF Document – 4 pages)
Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – “surge and flex” protocol
In order to manage hospital capacity during this expected surge, New York State will begin implementing our “surge and flex” protocol. As part of this strategy, all hospitals must begin expanding their bed capacity by 25 percent. Hospital systems must also balance patient loads within their system to make sure no one hospital is overstressed. (In Spring, there was an issue with individual hospital overload, but not system-wide overload.)
Web: governor.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Third Party Testing Aid Vetting Questionnaire
“This questionnaire is for third parties offering goods and services to aid the State of New York’s testing capacity.”
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Traveler Health Form
A travel enforcement program commenced July 14th at airports across the state to help ensure travelers are following quarantine protocols. Enforcement teams will be stationed at airports to ensure compliance with the mandatory State Department of Health traveler form, which is being distributed by airlines to passengers flying to New York State. Travelers who fail to provide their contact information will receive a summons with a $2,000 fine.
Web: forms.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – Updated DOH/OPWDD COVID-19 Guidance Documents Related to Vaccine Prioritization
NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) and Department of Health have available guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine prioritization for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. General guidance on COVID-19 is also available.
Web: opwdd.gov.ny

New York State Department of Health – Updated Interim Guidance: Protocol for COVID-19 Testing Applicable to All Health Care Providers and Local Health Departments – Updated 4-26-2020 (PDF Document, 3 pages)
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – WIC Program – COVID-19 Update
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Health – What You Should Know About the Flu
Includes range of data on seasonal flu in NYS, including a flu tracker, displaying daily and weekly flu data and provides timely information about local, regional and statewide flu activity.
Web: health.ny.gov

New York State Department of Labor – Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program
NYS has launched a new unemployment program titled Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) which provides unemployment benefits for individuals who are ineligible for traditional unemployment insurance.

Web: labor.ny.gov

New York State Department of Public Service – Utilities to Suspend Disconnections for Households Facing Hardships During COVID-19 Outbreak (PDF Document, 2 pages)

New York State Department of Taxation and Finance – Economic Impact Payment Information: What You Need to Know
Web: tax.ny.gov

New York State Division of Consumer Protection
To report suspected price gouging, call 1-800-697-1220 or file a complaint online.
Web: dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection

New York State Education Department – Cancellation of the January 2021 Administration of the New York State (NYS) High School Regents Examination Program in Response to the Ongoing Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic (PDF Document – 3 pages)
This memorandum provides guidance regarding the cancellation of the January 2021 administration of the Regents Examinations
Web: nysed.gov

New York State Education Department – Continuity of Learning: Technology Options
General Information: (518) 474-3852
Frequently Requested Contact Information
Web: nysed.gov

New York State Education Department – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
General Information: (518) 474-3852
Frequently Requested Contact Information
The Board of Regents and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) are providing information and guidance for P-12 schools, colleges and universities, licensed professionals, adult education programs, and NYSED employees in response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Web: nysed.gov

New York State Education Department – Federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSA Act) Funding


  • On December 27, 2020, the President signed into law the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSA Act).
  • New York State has been allocated $4 billion under a second Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund. A minimum of 90% of these funds must be allocated to local educational agencies (LEAs), including charter schools that are LEAs. Individual LEA allocations will be calculated by NYSED using the relative shares of grants awarded under Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) for the 2019-20 fiscal year. The CRRSA Act does not require that a portion of these funds be made available for providing equitable services to students and teachers in non-public schools.
  • New York State has been allocated $322.9 million under the second Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund. Of the $322.9 million, $250.1 million is for a new Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (EANS) grant program and the remaining $72.8 million is for the Governor to determine programming.
  • NYSED is working to develop application forms and LEA specific allocations for the ESSER funds. When the application and LEA allocation amounts are final, NYSED will ask LEAs to submit an application for the ESSER funds using our online Application Business Portal.

Web: nysed.gov

New York State Education Department – Provision of Services to Students with Disabilities During Statewide School Closures Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak in New York State
“The Board of Regents and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) continue to work with our partners at the state, local, and federal levels to keep school leaders, educators and parents/guardians informed as the Coronavirus pandemic evolves.  The Office of Special Education is providing the following Covid-19 related guidance specific to students with disabilities.”

Web: p12.nysed.gov/specialed

New York State Education Department – Recovering, Rebuilding, and Renewing: The Spirit of New York’s Schools – Reopening Guidance
“This section of the NYSED website provides guidance to schools and districts with the flexibility they will need to develop and implement creative solutions to their unique, local circumstances. It describes the reopening actions schools must take and recommended best practices to be considered.”
Web: nysed.gov

NYSED – Sample School COVID-19 Testing Consent

New York State Education Department – School Health Examinations in Light of COVID-19 Pandemic
Web: nysed.gov

New York State Eduction Department – Update to the 2020-21 School Reopening – Instructional Models Report and Report of School Closure and Report of School Reopening for Approved Special Education Programs Guidance 

  • Approved Special Education Programs (ASEPs), including nonpublic schools with approved special education programs (853 Schools), State-Operated Schools, State-Supported Schools (4201 Schools), and approved private preschool special class and special class in an integrated setting programs, are authorized to participate in the 2020-21 School Year COVID-19 Snow Day Pilot Program which allows schools to shift to remote instruction for scheduled in-person session days that an ASEP would have otherwise closed due to a snow emergency.
  • To review and evaluate the snow day pilot program for possible future extension, ASEPs are now required to report days where a school site is closed for snow or weather conditions and whether the ASEP elected to provide remote instruction during such closure.  This report will be incorporated into the existing ASEP Report of School Closure and Report of School Reopening.
  • Questions may be directed to the Office of Special Education at OSEreopeningplan@nysed.gov

New York State Empire State Development – Economic Recovery and COVID-19 Loans for Small Businesses
Web: esd.ny.gov

New York State Empire State Development – Information Regarding Executive Orders for 100% Workforce Reductions to Combat COVID-19

Web: esd.ny.gov

New York State Empire State Development – EMPIRE STATE DIGITAL
“Connecting New York State-based small businesses with new customers, broader markets and bigger opportunities.”
Web: esd.ny.gov

New York State “Find Services” App
The State launched a new web application to help New Yorkers find state services and benefits in partnership with Google.org, to assist New Yorkers in locating appropriate services with one streamlined web application.
Web: findservice.ny.gov

New York State Health Foundation – COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits and Community-Based Organizations
(212) 664-7656
Web: nyshealthfoundation.org

New York State Homes and Community Renewal – COVID Rent Relief Program

  • Effective 7/16/2020, renters impacted by the pandemic can apply to a new COVID Rental Assistance Program. The program will provide direct aid for tenants who lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is funded through the Coronavirus Relief Fund, which is part of the CARES Act.
  • Please note the application period will be open through July 30. This program is not providing assistance on a first come, first served basis.
  • HCR has created a dedicated call center to provide residents with help Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. Call the COVID Rent Relief Program Call Center at 1-833-499-0318 or email at covidrentrelief@hcr.ny.gov
  • If you are unsafe at home, contact the NYS Domestic & Sexual Violence hotline at 800.942.6906

Web: hcr.ny.gov

New York State Independent Living Council, Inc. (NYSILC) – Critical Needs Survey
This survey will assess the critical needs faced by New Yorkers with disabilities as impacted by the coronavirus. Collective survey results will better inform the public and providers of changing situations that may impact services. If you have any questions about the survey, contact us through NYSILC’s contact form or call (518) 427-1060 and leave a voicemail message. If you experience any difficulty accessing or completing the survey, contact us at the information provided above and we will assist you. We have a Word version of the survey available, with instructions, for anyone who has difficulty navigating Survey Monkey.”

New York State Multiple Systems Navigator
“Access health, education, human service and disability information on one easy website. Information on supports from multiple child and family serving systems. Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council.”
Web: msnavigator.org/

New York State of Health Marketplace
“The state is extending the special open enrollment period in the New York State of Health Plan Marketplace to May 15, 2021.”  Empire Plan, Medicaid and Child Health Plus are continuous enrollment.
Web: nystateofhealth.ny.gov

A NY State of Mind (Headspace)
Free mental health resources are available from Headspace. The company Headspace is offering free meditation and mindfulness exercises to educators, health care professionals, and New Yorkers who are out of work. (If you are unemployed, you can get a free one-year subscription to the Headspace app). Free curated content available for all New Yorkers continues to be available at headspace.com/ny.

Web: headspace.com

New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities: Our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
General Information – (866) 946-9733
Information Request or Complaint Form

Web: opwdd.ny.gov

New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence – Domestic Violence Support Hotlines

  • For the hotline number of your local domestic violence program, call the New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline at 1-800-942-6906, English & Español/Multi-language Accessibility.
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing: 7-1-1
  • In NYC: 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) or dial 3-1-1 TDD: 1-800-810-7444
  • For a listing of domestic violence hotlines by county, visit the New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence – New York State Domestic Violence Program Directory.
  • “NYS launched a new texting program and confidential service to help New Yorkers experiencing domestic violence. Unfortunately, there has been a rise in domestic violence reports during this pandemic. Abuse victims are often closely watched by their abuser, making these tools needed. We want you to know: You are not alone and you do not have to stay in a dangerous situation. We will help you. Text 844-997-2121 or visit www.opdv.ny.gov to confidentially chat with a professional at any time of day or night.”

Web: opdv.ny.gov

New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports – Resources for Individuals and Families
“Information on accessing addiction services amid the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Web: oasas.ny.gov

New York State Office of the Attorney General – Fighting Medicaid and Nursing Home Patient Abuse and Neglect
File a complaint by calling 833-249-8499 or by completing this online form.

New York State Office of the Attorney General – Guidance on Coronavirus Resources and Warnings about Consumer Scams
General Helpline: 1-800-771-7755
TDD/TTY Toll Free Line:  1-800-788-9898
Healthcare Hotline: 1-800-428-9071
Medicaid Fraud Control Unit: (212) 417-5397
Web: ag.ny.gov

New York State Office of Mental Health – COVID-19 Billing Guidance for OMH-Licensed Clinic Programs (PDF Document,  3 pages)
Web: omh.ny.gov

New York State Office of Mental Health – COVID-19 Resources
Web: omh.ny.gov

New York State Office of Mental Health – Crisis Prevention

Emergency Assistance:


  • Crisis Text Line: New York State has partnered with Crisis Text Line, an anonymous texting service available 24/7. Starting a conversation is easy. Text GoT5 to 741-741; the Governor also recently announced the state is partnering with the Kate Spade New York Foundation and Crisis Text Line to provide a 24/7 emotional support service for frontline health care workers. Workers can text NYFRONTLINE to 741-741 to access these emotional support services.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: If your life or someone else’s is in imminent danger, please call 9-1-1. If you are in crisis and need immediate help, please call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 
  • Domestic Violence: If you or someone else is in a relationship is being controlled by another individual through verbal, physical, or sexual abuse, or other tactics, please call: 1-800-942-6906

Crisis Services

  • Suicide Prevention If your life or someone else’s is in imminent danger, please call 9-1-1. If you are in crisis and need immediate help, please call (800) 273-8255, 24/7.

Web: omh.ny.gov

New York State Office of Mental Health – Emotional Support Helpline
The Emotional Support Helpline provides free and confidential support, helping callers experiencing increased anxiety due to the coronavirus emergency. Staffed by volunteers, including mental health professionals, who have received training in crisis counseling, the helpline will accept calls daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

New York State Office of Mental Health – Mental Health Program Directory
“The Full Directory allows Users to search programs by County, City, Program Category, and Program Subcategory.”
Web: omh.ny.gov

New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance – SNAP COVID-19 Information
UPDATE – “We are taking action to reduce food insecurity among community college students, older adults and disabled New Yorkers. Food insecurity has increased due to COVID, and New York is responding. Today’s actions expand eligibility for SNAP (food stamps) to up to nearly 75,000 low-income college students enrolled in career or technical education course work. Food insecurity affects a wide breadth of low-income New Yorkers and we have an obligation to help in their time of need.”
Web: otda.ny.gov

New York State Parent Portal – Coronavirus – Resources for Parents 
“Parenting tips, activities and information on how to talk to your children about the Coronavirus.”
Web: nysparenting.org

New York State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation – COVID19 Updates

  • COVID-19 UPDATE: New York State Parks are currently open. If you plan on visiting, please wear a face covering and maintain safe social distance. Park density limits are in effect, so have an alternate plan ready in case the park you are visiting reaches capacity.” Visit parks.ny.gov for Park Capacity Alerts
  • Parks Explorer App – “The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has launched a mobile app to provide visitors and prospective visitors helpful information about the variety of destinations, activities and adventures available throughout the Empire State’s state parks and historic sites”
  • State Parks with outdoor pools

Web: parks.ny.gov

New York State Senator Thomas O’Mara’s “One-Stop Webpage” to Access COVID-19 Information
Albany Office: (518) 455-2091
District Office: (607) 735-9671
Satellite Office: (607) 776-3201
Web: nysenate.gov/senators/thomas-f-omara

The New York Times
Sign up to read articles and/or to access a newsletter about the coronavirus for free.
Web: nytimes.com

New York University Center for Disability Studies – Disability Justice and COVID-19 Resources
NYU CDS has compiled disability justice resources for nondiscrimination in education and healthcare during the COVID-19 crisis.
Web: disabilitystudies.nyu.edu

Niagara University First Responders Disability Awareness Training – COVID-19 Resources
“We are the nation’s premier training program and resource for first responders to best serve & respond to individuals with disabilities”
Join their weekly email list, as they share many timely events and resources on COVID-19 for first-responders.
Web: frdat.niagara.edu/

Office of the New York State Comptroller – COVID-19 Financial Survival Toolkit for New Yorkers
Web: osc.state.ny.us

Parent to Parent of New York State
(518) 381-4350 or 1-800-305-8817

  • Caregiver Connections—New Virtual Parent/Family Support Meetings will be hosted via Zoom (for more information or if you have questions, please email: smarrella@ptopnys.org)
  • Text4Caregiversfree support service distributing timely and relevant self-care and stress-management support for family caregivers through text messaging. Subscribe in either English or Spanish
  • Several more webinars have been scheduled for April and May. Visit the Statewide Events section of the Parent to Parent website for more information and to register.

Preparing Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities for Medical Treatment at HospitalsForm for NYS [PLEASE NOTE: The information and forms on this website are for general informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for any medical, legal or business decision. Any reliance placed on such information shall be at the user’s own risk].
Web: you.stonybrook.edu

Project Access for All – Community Survey on How COVID-19 is Impacting the Arts and Education in New York City
“Project Access coordinated by Art Beyond Sight is requesting your participation in monitoring the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the arts and education field. We value your input and will use it to create public awareness and guide policy, resources, and program development for dance makers and organizations based in the metropolitan New York City area.”

Project Connect: Disability Support Phone Line
A collaborative effort of The Arc of California and the Stony Brook University School of Social Welfare, this new service has been created in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic to make mental health support more accessible for anyone who needs assistance.
Project Connect is available by calling 888-847-3209.

Queens Public Library – #QueensCOVID
“The Queens Memory COVID-19 Project is making a lasting record of how we are living, working, learning, and helping one another in Queens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through first-person stories, it captures the state of mind and reality we are experiencing from one day to the next. This selection includes contributions from the first weeks of citywide shutdown.”
Web: qplnyc.urbanarchive.me

Self-Advocacy Association of New York State (SANYS)
(518) 382-1454 (general inquiries)
Find Your Regional Office
Web: sanys.org

Special Education Task Force – Virtual Training: Coping with the Challenges of Remote Learning: Maintaining Social Relationships, Reducing Trauma, and Building Resiliency
“COVID-19 has flipped everyone’s world upside down. For parents, teachers, and school administrators, it can be difficulty adjusting to the “new normal” of remote learning. Please join us to learn about how school districts, large and small, are adjusting to support their students with disabilities, tips and techniques for parents to help their child keep up on remote assignments, resources for students, parents, and district staff to support and supplement remote learning, and how to blend resiliency characteristics into academic lessons and conversations.”

Spectrum Internet Assist
“Get high-speed internet at an affordable price. Spectrum Internet Assist is available exclusively to qualified households.”
Download their application or contact your local provider to see if you qualify:

Web: spectrum.com

State of New York Unified Court System – Memorandum on Updated Protocols, March 15, 2020 (PDF Document, 9 pages)
“In light of further recent developments in the coronavirus public health emergency in New York State, please be advised of the following updated operational protocols for the trial courts of the Unified Court System, as well as all other UCS offices.”
Web: www1.nyc.gov

Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities – Masks Toolkit
Tips to help children manage wearing masks during the pandemic.
Web: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/

State University of New York – SUNY – COVID-19 Case Tracker
“A live, up-to-date dashboard that provides data on COVID-19 testing and other vital information at each of our 64 colleges and universities. The data is reported by individual campuses every 24 hours. The data can be viewed on a system-wide or campus by campus level.”
Web: suny.edu

State University of New York – SUNY – The Future of Pandemic Response
The SUNY Prepare Innovation and Internship Program will provide $10,000 for students and faculty who want to develop innovative alternatives to the PPE our frontline workers need as we continue the fight against COVID-19. Applications are open to students and faculty at all SUNY state operated and Community College campuses, and SUNY is accepting applications through November 15th and the first grant will be awarded December 15th.”
Web: suny.edu

Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) – Free Virtual Parent Talks
“Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) is a NYC-based not-for-profit organization that teaches computer science thinking and technology to kids who learn differently.”
There are also many online resources available for educators, parents, and disabled teens.
Web: techkidsunlimited.org

United for Brownsville (UB) – Brooklyn COVID-19 & Community Resource Guide
Web: unitedforbrownsville.org

Vaccinate NY
The New York State Department of Health hosted a webinar for all people eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on 1/11/2021 to help answer any questions.
Web: dreamlab.com/vaccinateny

Verizon – Lifeline Discount Program
Qualifications for the Lifeline discount program vary by state and region. Only eligible customers may enroll (there are specific income and other qualifications that need to be met for this program). Due to COVID-19 there are many self-installation and technician assisted options, or you can schedule to have a technician come into your home at a later date when it is safe. Contact Verizon for set up availability in your area.
Web: Verizon.com

Wash Your Hands Song: 20 Seconds or More (YouTube video)
New York State and Hip Hop Public Health have partnered together to remind you to wash your hands for ‘20 Seconds or More.’  In collaboration with DJ Doug E. Fresh and a crew of hip hop legends, Hip Hop Public Health has created a fun educational video teaching New Yorkers how to stay safe and stop the spread of Coronavirus.” Watch the video and learn more about the campaign.
Web: YouTube.com

Wear a Mask
New Yorkers were asked to help communicate why it is so important to wear a mask to stop the spread of coronavirus. More than 600 submissions were collected from New Yorkers across the state as part of the “Wear a Mask New York Ad Contest.” New Yorkers are being asked to choose their favorite from the five finalists included online. Voting closes May 25th. Winners will be announced May 26th.
Web: coronavirus.health.ny.gov

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