Are you feeling lonely or overwhelmed? If you need to talk to someone, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
800 273 8255 or https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Pick up locations for the free school lunch program.
(Here’s WTOP’s listing of all the area school locations)
For seniors who need help with meal delivery, please visit.
Domestic violence is on the rise. If you are in the need of help, please reach out to one of these local agencies.
The Humane Rescue Alliance of Washington, D.C, is taking donations to help those in need to feed their pets, with their Pet Pantry.
Enrollment form for assistance.
Make sure you are wearing your mask correctly. Watch this instructional video.
There are myths about the Covid-19, make sure you and your family do not believe them.
How do you talk to your children about the coronavirus? Here is a tool to help your kids stay calm, and informed.
If you are out of work, and have questions about unemployment benefits, please visit for information.
Meal Delivery for seniors
Meal Location for Students
Metrobus Lines Serving Student Meal Sites
Non Profit/business resources
Non profits/business resources
•Meal Delivery for Seniors
•Meal Locations for All DC Students
•Metrobus Lines Serving Student Meal Sites
Alcohol.org is brought to you by American Addiction Centers (AAC), a leading provider of nationwide addiction treatment. We have launched free Virtual Support Meetings to help you stay connected and a private Facebook Group. Please join to be kept up-to-date on future meetings and to connect with those in recovery. Please call our hotline at 866-326-5787 for more information on how to access safe and effective treatment options.
OnlineGroupAA.org, AAOnlineMeeting.net, InTheRooms.com.
Virtual-NA.org and NA.org/meetingsearch
Where can I find Coronavirus resources on benefits.gov
Where can I find unemployment resources?
Where can I find healthcare resources?
Where can I find resources for my business?
How can I help during the Coronavirus outbreak?
The Humane Rescue Alliance of Washington, D.C, has a Pet Pantry available to anyone that needs food for their animals. You can pick up food at various locations across the city on the first and third Sundays, second Tuesday, third Friday and last Friday of the month.