COVID-19 RESOURCES

In response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are providing the following guidance to HSCADV members and survivors.  We advise all employers to actively encourage their staff to stay home if they are feeling sick and to take extra precautions and preventative measures to ensure that everyone is safe and healthy.

 

Click on the type of resource you are looking for.

 
 

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

Find resources relating to labor, unemployment, and other financial assistance.

Create an account and file for unemployment benefits with the State of Hawaii's Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Those financially affected by COVID19 can file for additional benefits with PUA.

This is only available for Oahu residents.  Applicants must demonstrate economic hardship due to COVID-19 or related business closures and should have no more than $10,000 in liquid assets.

Includes various financial resources and programs for Maui County residents.

RESOURCES FOR IMMIGRANTS

Click here to view a list of federal relief programs available to immigrants without work authorization.  (Updated 6/12/2020)

 

CHILDREN'S NEEDS & RESOURCES

Get the latest information on schools, childcare, free meals, and more.

HCAN Covid19 Resource Guide: interactive resource list with the latest information on food, childcare, screening sites, and more.

Get up to date guidance on school closures, meals, and other resources for K-12 students inc. Summer Food Service Student Meals (Grab-n-Go meals for students; updated 6/9/2020)

Resources for families with young children.

TALKING TO KIDS ABOUT COVID-19

Learn how to talk to your children about the pandemic with Kids Health and this NPR comic with visual explanations.

OTHER RESOURCES

 

HOUSING RESOURCES

Find housing and rental assistance programs.

Non-profit alliance aimed at eliminating homelessness on Oahu.

Organization that ensures survivors of domestic and sexual violence have a full range of safe housing options.

Resource center for victims of crime with up-to-date housing and eviction information.

Non-profit whose goal is to provide housing to low-income individuals and educate tenants of their rights.

FREEDOM NETWORK TRAINING INSTITUTE

This tipsheet for Partnerships with Landlords will teach providers how to maintain relationships with landlords to house survivors & the Housing Assessment Tool for advocates help assess the housing needs of survivors.

 

LEGAL RESOURCES

Keep track of court information and resources for legal issues

  • Resources available in Chuukese, Filipino, Kosraean, and Marshallese

  • Information on rent, unemployment, immigration, and other legal issues that have been affected by COVID-19

Resources for domestic violence survivors, advocates and programs

 

HEALTH RESOURCES

Local and national resources on the pandemic

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Includes updates regarding mandatory quarantines for travelers and travel restrictions

Basic protective measures against COVID-19

Information on symptoms, testing, travel restrictions, and more on daily life during COVID-19.

List of recommended disinfectants

 

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Statewide agency with updates on public health and natural disaster responses/emergency guidelines

CIVIL DEFENSE & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

By County: Hawai'iOahuKaua'iMaui

 

RESOURCE CENTERS & OTHER NEEDS

One-stop resources for food, health insurance, and other benefits

Emergency food banks and distribution centers

ALOHA UNITED WAY

Public call center open seven days a week from 7:00am-10:00pm​​.

Includes updates on MedQuest, food stamps, child care, and other benefits

 

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