New Yorkers are struggling. People in District 32- are struggling. This global pandemic has taught us one thing- we must stand together. May businesses are currently struggling to remain open. Many have fallen short and will never be able to restore the losses. Many have been evicted and kicked out of their homes and are currently facing an economic crisis and a housing crisis all while having to make a decision that would be best for their child. Now is the time that our community stands together and support one another during these troubling times. I hope the compiled list of resources can be of help to you and your families. As always, please feel free to reach out to us should you need any help connecting to city resources or require any support!
With support and care,
Thanks to the great advocacy work of community organizers, Every New Yorker is offered three free meals a day from the NYC Department of Education. No ID required. Find a location near you.
Thinking about getting tested for COVID? It's safe, free, and easy. Click here to find a COVID-19 Testing site near you!
As of March 16, 2020, all eviction proceedings and pending eviction orders are suspended statewide until further notice. If you are a tenant in New York City and impacted by COVID-19, see resources available to you.
There are multiple food pantries all around NYC! A full listing can be found in the Food Map FOOD HELP NYC MAP HERE or the FOOD BANK FOR NYC MAP HERE. Please call your local location to confirm availability.
Some additional resources:
Please stay updated on Shaeleigh’s social media as resources available are updated every day on her Instagram or twitter @severinoforcitycouncil