Sharpsburg Urgent Needs Assessment
Given recent recommendations by the Center for Disease Control, the Pennsylvania State Dept. of Health, and the Allegheny County Health Dept. to prevent the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus, Sharpsburg Neighborhood Organization and Roots of Faith would like to understand the concerns facing Sharpsburgers over the next 4-8 weeks to ensure that our community is looking out for the needs of our residents and doing what we can to safely connect resources available to people in need. Current recommendations on limiting the spread of the virus include:

- Staying home when feeling sick or experiencing a fever.
- Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or using the inside of your elbow.
- Washing hands often and using hand sanitizer if handwashing is not an option.
- Limiting close contact (within 6 feet or in large crowds in confined areas) with others, especially seniors and people with vulnerable immune systems, as much as possible.

Any information you enter will remain confidential and only be used for the purposes of following up. We cannot guarantee specific responses or services but hope to be able to provide support to folks in need.
Where do you live? *
Do you own a small business in Sharpsburg? *
What concerns do you have due to impacts from the recommended responses to the COVID-19 pandemic? *
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If you are a small business owner, how can the community support you while social distancing is happening?
If you are in need of urgent financial support, please look into the Hebrew Free Loan Association's program for individuals, families, and small businesses to cover the financial impact of COVID-19, linked below.
Are you interested in volunteering in any of the following ways?
Anything else you'd like us to know?
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Optional: Contact information (name & phone number or email address) for follow-up as appropriate
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