Nearly every Washingtonian will be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s ok to ask for help. This page includes resources to help your family stay healthy both physically and mentally, find financial support services, and more.
Guidance on cloth face coverings including how to make them and how you can help donate them.
Learn more on advice given to schools before reopening and more COVID-19-related information on childcare, schools, colleges and universities.
People over 65 years old, and people with underlying health conditions, are at higher risk of complications from COVID-19. The most important step you can take is to protect yourself. Here are some resources to help you during this time, as well as the Safe Start for Long Term Care plan.
This can be a stressful time. It is normal that you or your loved ones might feel anxious, sad, scared or angry. You are not alone. It is okay to seek out and ask for help. The resources here are a good place to start.
COVID-19 is continuing to spread worldwide. CDC recommends you avoid all nonessential international travel. If you must travel, follow the recommendations in the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice, in addition to any travel health recommendations provided on the webpage for your destination and in relevant notices.
Convincing your loved ones to stay home can be a challenge. Here are some tips on having a conversation about staying home and staying healthy.
If you or someone you know has recently lost or will be losing health insurance coverage, download the mobile app, WAPlanfinder, or visit wahealthplanfinder.org to browse health insurance options and get covered.
For additional information about coverage options, please visit the Washington Health Benefit Exchange Coronavirus FAQ page
Many internet service providers are waiving late payment fees and will not disconnect customers for late payments. In addition, some companies are offering free or low-cost internet services.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. Now more than ever, we need to be vigilant looking for scams.
Learn how to spot and avoid scams. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is helping consumers spot scams when it comes to the coronavirus. The FTC updates their blog with current scams to be aware of. If you believe you have been the victim of a coronavirus, or any, scam, file a complaint.
City of Seattle’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs is partnering with El Comite and Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. See FAQs for immigrants who want to know more about how the issue of public charge might affect their ability to access healthcare and other services during this COVID-19 outbreak.
United We Dream maintains information on healthcare access for undocumented residents.
This guide lists resources specific to our Military and Veteran community that may help us to get through the COVID-19 crisis.
Information from the Washington Department of Veterans Affairs for family members and representatives of residents at Washington state Veterans Homes, including FAQs for families wanting to visit a resident and a daily update of staff and residents tested.
Information from the Department of Corrections about the state Corrections Facilities and testing, News Releases, and guidance.
Washington Law Help has resources for those looking for legal aid during the coronavirus outbreak. Topics include family law, health issues, housing, financial, criminal, and assistance for seniors.
You can take several steps you can take before, during and after you go grocery shopping to keep yourself and others safe.