COVID-19: Public Resources

This page will be continually updated.

  • If you need assistance in Massachusetts, call 2-1-1 or visit Available 24/7.
  • Boston residents should call 3-1-1.

Information, updates, and guidance from:

IMPORTANT! Getting tested or treated for COVID-19 will NOT count as a public charge for immigrants.

Please note, this information is continuously changing, so keep checking back.

  • At-home learning
  • Boston Centers for Youth and Families (BCYF)
  • Cash Assistance and MA Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA)
  • Child care
  • Courts
  • Domestic Violence
  • Food assistance
  • Health care and COVID-19 testing
  • Housing
  • Immigration
  • Internet and phone service
  • Libraries
  • Managing finances
  • Mental health
  • Physical health
  • Playgrounds and parks
  • School closures
  • School meals
  • Transportation
  • Unemployment
  • Utlities
  • Working from home
  • Additional resources

Thanks to Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath) for allowing us to share information they have compiled and for partnering to make vital resources available to the community.