Find the nearest food bank or soup kitchen throughout the five boroughs.
Invisible Hands provide free delivery of groceries or supplies to most at-risk community members throughout the five boroughs.
City Harvest Mobile Markets provide fresh produce at farmers markets for neighborhood residents at select locations in the Bronx.
City Harvest Mobile Markets provide fresh produce at farmers markets for neighborhood residents at select locations in the Brooklyn.
City Harvest Mobile Markets provide fresh produce at farmers markets for neighborhood resident at select locations in Manhattan.
City Harvest Mobile Markets provide fresh produce at farmers markets for neighborhood residents at select locations in Queens.
City Harvest Mobile Markets provide fresh produce at farmers markets for neighborhood residents at select locations in Staten Island.
FJCs are available by phone. Leave a message if asked, and someone will get back to you with safety planning, shelter assistance, community resources, and more.
NYPCC's Bronx and Brooklyn locations remain open and available for phone or video sessions.
NYC Well provide crisis intervention, referrals, and short term counseling by phone, text, or video.
World Central Kitchen provides free ready-to-heat meals in various locations in the Bronx, Queens, Harlem, Brooklyn, and New Jersey.
In collaboration with CIS, Healthy and Ready to Learn offer weekly virtual trainings and materials on Trauma-Sensitivity with students and families.
The Child Mind Institute provides family resources, remote evaluations and telemedicine services.
NYC DOE's Office of School Health provides some tips for helping young people maintain their Mental Wellness during the health crisis.
A step by step YouTube tutorial on how to use Google Classroom for students and families.
New York State has established an Emotional Support Helpline operating 7 days a week, 8AM-10PM.
New York City Department of Education is providing free meals to New Yorkers at 400 Meal Hubs throughout the city.
NYC's Department of Education provides instructions on how to navigate Microsoft Teams for students and families.
NYC's Department of Education provide regular updates on COVID-19's impact on School Life and Wellness.
Emotional ABCs provides parents with social emotional learning programs for children aged 4-11.
Students can use this creative journaling prompt to document their COVID-19 experience.
Harriet's Tracks curates a COVID-19 resource page that includes everything from mental health, social services, community organizing, and more.
Stick to your routines and stay connected using this sample schedule from I.S. 238 in Queens.
Join one of our counselors, Sade Barksdale, MPS, ATR-P, LCAT, in a breathing exercise to help regulate emotions during this health crisis.
Calvary Hospital in the Bronx is providing virtual bereavement groups for those affected by COVID-19. Please call to make an appointment for intake.
NYC DOE provides a collection of Social Emotional Learning resources for adults and families.
NYC DOE provides a collection of Social Emotional Wellness resources for parents.
New York 21st Century Community Learning Center provides a list of educational resources for remote learning.
Join one of our Art Therapists Lauren in an art activity you can do at home with everyday household items.
NACoA's Just 4 Kids section provides meaningful resources geared towards children of affected families.
NACoA's Just 4 Teens section provides meaningful resources geared towards teenagers of affected families.
NACoA curated a resource kit for parents and grandparents whose families are affected by alcoholism.
Sesame Street in Communities provides health, learning, activity and video resources for children ages 0-6.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has a collection of COVID19 related resources including activities, books, and community organizations.
The Office of School Mental Health has provided a list of Mental Health agencies offering tele-health services that utilize health insurance or a sliding scale fees.
Deepak Chopra and Oprah launched #HopeGoesGlobal 21 Days of Meditation to help others find peace of mind amidst global turmoil.
The Center for Youth Wellness provides the 7 Domains of Wellness to help regulate overactive stress response while sheltering in place.
SAMHSA provides tips for coping with stress during a global health crisis and credible health resources.
Green Beetz curates a family resources guide for accessing food, mental health, and education in the time of COVID19.
YMCA provides virtual field trips, kid friendly workouts, and fun activities for families sheltering in place.
The Office of School Mental Health provides calming crafts for children that can be done with common household items.
Big Life Journal created a Stay At Home Care Package with indoor activities for children, teens, and families.
Big Life Journal curates the Top 50 Mindfulness Resources for children and teens which includes apps, books, videos and activities.
The Food Education Fund works with its partners to share available resources for food and additional support for families.