NYIC List: NYC COVID-19 Resources & Services (FOR WEB)
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BoroughOrganizationContact InformationResource Availability & Service Status
AllNew York Department of Education (DOE)https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/health-and-wellness/coronavirus-updateAll NYC schools are closed until at least April 20. Over 400 school locations will be serving free Grab and Go meals (7:30 a.m. ~ 1:30 p.m.). 3 meals per person. No ID and no child attendance needed for pick-up. Find the closest location serving meals https://www.schools.nyc.gov/freemeals.

Families with tech needs should fill out this survey (https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices) which is offered in 9 languages. Please contact (718) 935-5100 or your school's principal if you have not received and/or filled out the technology survey.

*Mediation for Early Intervention, Special Education, and co-parenting will be provided remotely via a video or telephone call. Manhattan & Brooklyn families should contact Carol Himes at chimes@nypeace.org, and Susan Petza at spetza@mediatenyc.org for Queens.
AllThe Fresh Air Fundhttps://freshair.org- Canceled or suspended all events at their New York City office including after-school programs until April 30, 2020.

- Canceled or suspended all recruitment events throughout New York City as well as volunteer host family recruitment events for our Friendly Towns Program along the East Coast and Southern Canada until April 30, 2020.
AllYMCAhttps://ymcanyc.org/ymca-homeAll YMCA locations are closed until further notice. While the branches may be closed, there are several ways to stay connected with the Y through their new series, YMCA @ Home (link on left). There you can find free workout videos, family activities, wellness tips, and more.
Bronx, Manhattan, Staten IslandNew York Public Library
All NYPL locations in the Bronx, Staten Island, and Manhattan are temporarily closed until further notice. NYPL provides a wide array of digital offerings, including e-books for borrowing on their SimplyE app, research databases, and access to a multitude of online resources.
BrooklynBrooklyn Public Libraryhttps://www.bklynlibrary.org/coronavirusBegining March 16, all Brooklyn Public Library locations will be closed until further notice. For Remote Resources, click the link on the left side.
ManhattanNorthern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC)Website: https://www.nmic.org
Email: info@nmic.org Phone: (212) 822-8300
As of Monday, March 16, 2020, all on-site programming has been suspended. Remote education and career services are being offered. For more information, please email or call Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation.
QueensQueens Public Libraryhttps://www.queenslibrary.org/about-us/news-media/blog/2038All Queens Public Library locations are closed effective March 16th and until further notice. QPL is expanding their collections of digital materials which are always available including thousands of free eBooks, audiobooks, eMagazines, songs, movies and videos.
QueensWoodside on the Movehttps://www.facebook.com/WoodsideontheMove/
Phone: (718) 476-8449
email: info@woodsideonthemove.org.
All upcoming programs including afterschool programs, services and events including the Annual Easter Eggstravaganza will be postponed.

- You can still call or email for more information.