At Home Resources: COVID-19

During these unprecedented and uncertain times, we want to support our network in any way possible. We have curated the following list of resources to help you stay informed and safe. We have included current updates from CDC and others, medical and health resources, food and medication support services for high risk individuals, working from home tips, and more. Please check back periodically for updates.

Current Updates

CDC Resources

  • Symptoms – Appearing 2-14 days after exposure:
    • Fever
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
  • Note from The President – 15 Days to Slow the Spread:
    • If you feel sick, stay home.
    • If your children are sick, keep them home.
    • If someone in your household has tested positive, keep the entire household home.
    • If you are older, stay home.
    • If you have serious underlying health condition, stay home.
    • If you are young and healthy:
      • Work from home if possible
      • Avoid social gatherings
      • Use drive-thru, pickup or delivery options
      • Avoid discretionary travel
      • Do not visit older individuals
      • Practice good hygiene.
  • Manage Stress & Anxiety – Tips to support your mental well being:
    • Take breaks from the news, including social media.
    • Exercise, stretch, meditate, eat healthy and get plenty of sleep. Take care of your body.
    • Unwind and do activities you enjoy at home.
    • Connect with others virtually and talk about your feelings.
    • Learn something new on sites like Coursera, EdX, and Udemy.

Medical & Health Resources

Food & Medication for High Risk Individuals

Most major grocery stores (Safeway, Kroger, Publix, etc.) offer grocery delivery. Other convenient options include:

Be aware that delivery times may be longer and placing an order for a day or two in advance could be advantageous. You can also request a “no contact drop off” for added security.

211 is a network for food / shelter / etc. in local areas. The nearest resource can be found by calling 211 and providing your zip code. This can also be done online: 211 Services

Similarly, United Way has a COVID Response and Recovery Fund. Your local United Way chapter can be found online: Find Your United Way

Major pharmacies (Walgreens, CVS) offer medication and prescription refills by mail. For those still able to get out and about, many locations have a drive-through option. These can be searched under pharmacy features by location on the respective websites.

The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services provide links and resources for those with and without health insurance, and how to access care.

Working from Home Tips: