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Nationwide Emergency Fund for support of undocumented persons:
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Click here to access the form to apply for financial relief
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services notice (as of 3/13/2020) regarding non-citizen testing for COVID-19 and how that affects the new "Public Charge" rule
https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-charge
Testing for COVID-19 for undocumented persons
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Immigrants Rising Resource List
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PxLuuH0-hwHXftUXuEi52Q1qWUDegN8_I1L4ulIFwzk/edit
Resource List
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Clinic Access Directory
https://unitedwedream.org/2020/03/healthcare-access-for-undocumented-folks-in-the-time-of-covid19/
Although undocumented people are usually not eligible for health
insurance, even through ACA, we can still receive health care through
free/low-cost clinics that serve the uninsured.
- If you are experiencing an emergency, emergency rooms and hospitals
that receive Federal Funding (most do) cannot turn away patients.
- If you are pregnant, you can get care in some states, regardless of
immigration status: WA, OR, CA, MN, NE, OK, TX, LA, AR, MO, IL, WI, MI,
TN, NY, MA, RI, DC.
- Children under 18 can get care in some states regardless of immigration
status: WA, OR, CA, IL, NY, MA, DC.
- California is the only state to extend coverage to low-income,
undocumented adults ages 25 and younger for the state’s Medicaid
program (Medi-Cal) covering roughly 90,000 people
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CDC Information in Spanish
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index-sp.html
Enfermedad del Coronavirus 2019 (COVID‑19)
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Free Clinics Directory https://freeclinicdirectory.org/directories of free clinics across the country
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Center for Disease Control (CDC): What you need to know regarding COVID-19
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
Link to the CDC guide
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RAUSCHENBERG EMERGENCY GRANTS http://bit.ly/2IHWIyoOne time grants for up to 5k for artists anywhere in US experiencing emergency medical expenses.
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Restaurant Worker and Bartender Relief Fundhttps://www.usbgfoundation.org/beapEmergency relief for restaurant workers and bartenders.
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Multilingual Factsheethttp://bit.ly/39L3qzvPublic Health Factsheets in 11 languages
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Real Time COVID-19 Case Infohttps://coronavirus-realtime.com/Real time documented case info globally
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UHaul Offering Discounted free/discounted moving and storage services for students displaced by COVID-19https://www.uhaul.com/Articles/About/20625/College-Students-U-Haul-Offers-30-Days-Free-Self-Storage-Amid-Coronavirus-Outbreak/Unverified locally, but purportedly available nationwide. Call local branches and cite article for more information/to request services.
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Mutual Aid Linkshttps://www.facebook.com/COmutualists/Mutual Aid Links
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National Suicide Prevention Lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
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US Department of Health & Human Serviceshttps://www.acf.hhs.gov/ofa/resource/tanf-acf-pi-2020-01?utm_source=HUD+Exchange+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=696579c49a-SNAPS-COVID-19-Digest-3.26.20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f32b935a5f-696579c49a-19568529re: TANF
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State and Local Level Resources
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Call 211 for COVID-19 Information211New 24-hour call service will help you with all your COVID-19 needs! GET CONNECTED. GET HELP. Do you have questions about the COVID-19 pandemic? Call 211 and your questions will be answered. 911 operators and the Tri-County Health Department have been overwhelmed with calls so we are asking the community to please use 211 beginning TODAY, March 26, 2020.
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STRIDE Drive-by COVID-19 testinghttps://stridechc.org/Drive Thru testing center.
-Need ID, insurance card.
-Will see people without insurance
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STRIDE Community Health Center (formerly MCPN)https://stridechc.org/-Primary care services
-Dental care
-Support Services
-Pharmacy
-Accepts private insurance, Medicaid, CHP+, CICP, sliding scale
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Doctor's Carehttps://doctorscare.org/-Community based- connect individuals to the care and resources they need through their providers and networks
-Assistance with enrolling in Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program)
-Help with connecting to social services and other barriers to good health
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Integrative Pediatric Health Carehttps://www.iphcdenver.com/
- Primary Care
-Accepts most private insurances, Medicaid, CHP+ and uninsured
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Sheridan Health Serviceshttps://nursing.cuanschutz.edu/patient-care/sheridan-health-services-Serves adults, children for Primary care, behavioral health,dental, maternity care, pharmacy, case management
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Englewood Primary Carehttps://englewoodprimarycareservices.com/-Serves adults, children for Primary Care services
- Private insurance
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Family Voices Coloradowww.familyvoicesco.org-improve access to and quality of health care for children and youth with special health care needs by providing statewide information and referral navigation throughout the various systems for parents and professionals.
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ResourceLinkType - Mental Health/Support
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AllHealth Networkwww.allhealthnetwork.orgMental health and substance use services and treatment in the Denver metro area. Outpatient clinical and medical services have moved to telephone or telehealth. Is accepting new patients. 303-730-3303
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Second Wind Fundhttps://www.thesecondwindfund.org/for-concerned-parentsSecond Wind Fund believes that every child and youth at risk of suicide should have access to the mental health treatment they need. Second Wind Fund is NOT a crisis line. Contact your child's school or doctor for a referral. Services have moved to teletherapy.
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National Association of Social Workers (NASW)https://www.socialworkers.org/Practice/Infectious-Diseases/Coronavirus/Self-Care-During-the-Coronavirus-PandemicSelf Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic - suggestions and links - yoga, fitness, livestream concerts, podcasts
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Sandstone Carewww.sandstonecare.comSandstone Care is an essential provider of drug, alcohol and mental health services for youth, teens, young adults and their families. We are continuing to provide treatment at our Colorado locations and understand the concerns that many individuals share related to the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the potential for spread in the treatment community. Please see the website for more information or call 888-850-1890.
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Highlands Behavioral Healthhttps://highlandsbhs.com/covid-19-alert/Highlands Behavioral treats youth and adults and their families to help people heal mentally and emotionally. Please see their website for intake information or call 720-348-2800.
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Gender Identity Center/Mile High Beahvoiral Health
https://www.milehighbehavioralhealthcare.org/covid-19
GIC and Mile High Behavioral Heath remain open during the crisis. They currently have restricted hours: MON.-FRI., 8AM–5PM, SAT., 8AM–1PM. If you are in crisis, call the Trans Hotline at 877-565-8860. Mile High Behavioral Health webiste also contains a community resource list related to the COVID-19 response.
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National Domestic Violence Hotlinehttps://www.thehotline.org/help/1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
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Trevor Project Hotlinehttps://www.thetrevorproject.org/1-866-488-7386. Suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth and their allies.
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ResourceLinkType - General Community COVID-19 related services/offers
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Gracefull Cafehttps://gracefullcafe.com/FREE breakfast and lunch in Littleton; curbside service. Tuesday - Saturday, 7am - 2pm. Call to order: 720-900-5610.
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Cafe 180https://cafe180.org/In response to COVID-19, CAFE 180 is offering FREE prepackaged lunches available on a first come/first served basis; Take out orders. Suggested donation: $10-$12 per lunch. Minimum donation: $4. Take out menu HERE. CAFE 180 IS OPEN TUESDAY - SATURDAY, 11:00 AM TO 2:00 PM. CALL TO ORDER: 303-761-4510.
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Comcasthttps://www.internetessentials.com/covid19FREE INTERNET - Website also includes the option to video chat with customer service agents in American Sign Language. There are also two dedicated phone numbers 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.
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Xcelhttps://www.xcelenergy.com/billing_and_payment/understanding_your_bill/energy_assistance_options/energy_assistance?fbclid=IwAR0dUDGcB8SfAIZdJbYFd7vb0Bh-xhNDyFUjRdho7itqYICcj0IxrOZbqq8Options for payment of your energy bill.
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Front Range Mutual Aid Networkhttps://www.facebook.com/COmutualists/Facebook page for local Mutual Aid network
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Wellspring Food Pantryhttps://www.wellspringenglewood.com/the-wellNew Hours due to COVID-19: Food Pantry on the front lawn - Sunday 11:30-1, Wednesday 3-5; Medical Services 1st and 3rd Saundays from 11:30-1. There will be no access to the church building.
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Sharing with Sheridan Food Bankhttps://www.stphilip-co.org/sharing-with-sheridan/Currently operating as a drive-thru every Thursday from 3-6:30.
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VECINOS EN SHERIDAN (Neighbors in Sheridan)https://www.facebook.com/sheridanrising/Food pantry happening next Monday (3/30). Partnership between Sheridan Rising Together For Equity (SRTFE) and Food Bank of the Rockies. People who are interested/in need register on their Facebook page. People may request boxes of food to be delivered if they are elderly or have no car. This page also includes SENIOR-ONLY shopping times for area stores.
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IFCShttps://www.ifcs.org/Community resource incuding food, clothing, rental assistance, etc. COVID-19 changes to service delivery include: modified service delivery to reduce close contact with visitors. Clients will contact us via phone (303- 789-0501) to make an appointment for food services. Food will be distributed using a drive through service. Case Managers will administer financial assistance programs remotely, submitting paperwork on-line or via fax.
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ResourceLinkType - Immigrant/Undocumented Specific
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Colorado Department of Human Services-Refugee Serviceshttps://www.colorado.gov/cdhs/refugee-services-Support, opportunities (employment and educational), access to a variety of agencies and services
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Lutheran Family Services of the Rocky Mountainshttps://www.lfsrm.org/programs-and-services/refugees/denver/-Provide the services and supplies necessary for refugees to become self-sufficient and integrate into their new communities
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THRIVE Center- Refugee resourceshttp://www.thrivectr.org/refugee-resources-Emotional and spritual support
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Project Worthmorehttps://projectworthmore.org/-Food share, community navigation, English Language program, Dental services, Family partners
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Denver Public Libraryhttps://www.denverlibrary.org/services-immigrants-Practice English conversation, study for the citizenship exam, learn computer skills, search for jobs, access resources, and meet new people. Whatever you're working on, we can help. Free and open to all. Families welcome.
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Immigration Advocates Networkhttps://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/search?state=CO-List of legal resources for immigrants
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