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National and statewide resources

  1. COVID-19 Racial Equity and Social Justice Resources
  2. Companies and organizations offering support to nurses and other first responders.
  3. Futures Without Violence – List of supportive resources for those currently experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault, or who are survivors of past violence.
  4. Internet Essentials – Affordable, high-speed home Internet
  5. Frontline Worker Resources – List of resources from the Office of the MA Attorney General to support frontline health care providers at this time.
  6. MA Legal Help – Guides on courthouse closures, evictions and foreclosures, and how to access legal assistance during COVID-19.
  7. Open Sky Community Services – Mental health support during COVID-19
  8. FAQ on MA Eviction Moratorium
  9. Family Resource Centers provide case management, food and housing support, referrals, and act as a central hub for resources

Greater Boston resources

  1. Suffolk County DA Resources – Resources for folks dealing with domestic violence or concerned with fraud during COVID-19
  2. Allston-Brighton Health Collaborative – Database of resources for people living in Allston-Brighton and the surrounding area. 
  3.  Master List of Community Car

Western/Central MA resources

  1. Framingham Coronavirus Community Outreach – Connecting those in need in the Framingham area to neighbors and programs that can help.
  2. Justice Resource Institute (JRI) – Free safer sex and harm reduction materials, emergency assistance for food, supplies, and transportation to medical/behavioral health care or grocery stores.
  3. Mutual Aid Worcester – Connecting those in need in the Worcester area to resources and support.
  4. Coalition for a Healthy Greater Worcester
  5. Community Legal Aid – Assistance for those in need of legal guidance related to employment, housing, family law, and education.

For children

  1. Sesame Street in Communities
  2. MGH COVID-19 Parent Resources

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