|Type of Resource
|Broadband Resources from the TN Department of Economic & Community Development
|Broadband access is more important than ever as many Tennesseans have been instructed to stay home from work and school as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Accessibility is critical to meet our needs for education, telemedicine, telecommuting, and overall quality of life.
|One Generation Away- Food Distribution
|Has served over 1.8 million meals to those in need all over Middle Tennessee and in 4 states with disaster relief.
|Second Harvest Food Bank
|Fighting hunger across 46 Middle and West Tennessee counties
|A Meals on Wheels program providing home delivery of high-quality meals to adults 50 and older
|“Pandemic Pals” is a program out of the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce that matches volunteers who are under 60, at low-risk and healthy with elders or others who are high-risk in our community who need to maintain social distancing as a result of the coronavirus. Volunteers can help with getting groceries, picking up prescriptions, and checking in every couple of days.
|State Unemployment Claims
|For those that have lost their jobs during layoffs in order to assist them with finding new jobs.
Also includes 'current jobs' search engine by zip code or city.
|Financial Aid Available for Certain Families That Lost Employment Due to COVID-19
|Emergency cash assistance applications are being accepted online for qualifying families that lost a job as a result of the pandemic state of emergency.
|Offering short-term financial help to pay for rent, housing and utilities of those out of work due to the coronavirus
|COVID-19 Assessment Sites
|Locations will be added as available.
|Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center
|Treating minor medical problems and providing affordable primary care services
|Shade Tree Clinic
|Offering care to Nashville’s uninsured population and staffed by Vanderbilt University Medical School students”
|Resources to Support Asylum Seekers and Immigrants During the COVID-19 Pandemic
|Provided by the Center for Gender and Refugee Status, at the University of California – Hastings College of Law
|Free Legal Resources
|Find legal and social service resources in Tennessee
|MusiCares Foundation's COVID-19 Relief Fund
|Providing services to assist with financial, medical and personal emergencies for music creators and professionals affected by canceled shows
|Nashville Response Fund
|Financial Assistance/Food Assistance/ Internet and Phone Assistance/ Veterans/Unemployment Services/Mental Health/Child Care/Domestic Violence/ Senior Citizens/ Childcare
|Tennessee Disability Pathfinder Disaster Relief and Coronavirus Resources
|In response to the recent tornadoes in Tennessee and the outbreak of the Coronavirus, Tennessee Disability Pathfinder will connect individuals to information and resources available to meet their needs. In addition to their website, please call 1-800-640-4636 for one-on-one assistance in finding and accessing the support and services you need.
|United Way of Greater Knoxville
|Covid-19 response resources.
|United Way of Greater Nashville
|Covid-19 response resources.
|United Way of West Tennessee
|Covid-19 response resources
|Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
|Organize both individual immigrant and refugees, as well as organizations that serve immigrant and refugee communities.
|TN Executive Order: Stay at Home: https://www.tnimmigrant.org/news/covid19tneo
|Cash Assistance: https://bit.ly/COVIDcashassistance
|Small Business Loans: www.tnimmigrant.org/news/covid-small-business-info
|COVID Testing / Additional Health Resource: https://www.tnimmigrant.org/news/covid-health
|Staying Safe During Covid-19
|Provided by the National Domestic Violence Hotline