Coronovirus Resources

 

CDC info about stress and coping
 
NC Information:

Governor Cooper announced that 2-1-1 will be operating 24/7. Here are some resources to follow, in addition to NCDHHS, on this rapidly evolving situation.

 

Text COVIDNC to 898211 to get text message alerts about Coronavirus updates for North Carolina

 

NC 2-1-1 is now available 24/7 as a resources for assistance related to COVID-19. Dial 2-1-1 to get connected to resources in your community

 

UNC TV has dedicated information on the subject: https://www.unctv.org/coronavirus/

 

NC Department of Public Safety: https://www.ncdps.gov/. Click on “Learn More” on the Coronavirus banner.

 

NCDHHS: Information on Testing: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19-response-north-carolina/testing-and

 

Plan Language COVID-19 Information https://selfadvocacyinfo.org/. There is a Spanish version on this site as well.  

ASL Resources for COVID-19 (NC Exceptional Children shared in their news alerts)

-          What’s COVID-19: https://youtu.be/ZvzDRwARoYg

-          Self-care during COVID-19 outbreak: https://youtu.be/ooBRqfZjKhQ

 

For Individuals Who Are Uninsured:

  1. Call your nearest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). If you feel you may have COVID-19, be sure to disclose that when you call to obtain an appointment. FQHCs are community-based health care providers that receive federal funds to provide needed health services in communities across the state. 
  2. If you are not able to be seen at an FQCH, call your local health department. Free and charitable clinics may also be able to provide assistance. A map of these resources, including contact information, is provided by the Office of Rural Health.
  3. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or call ahead then go to the Emergency Room.