Community Resources Do you need assistance? Everyone needs a helping hand at some point. Below are some of the many local and state resources available to you during this public health crisis. You can find information mon donations, meals, financial resources, mortgage relief and other support. Special content you would like to see? Email Leilani Perry General Resources & Webinars NEW! UT School of Public Health and the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living will be offering a free webinar on April 23, ‘A Citizen’s Science Approach to Surveillance of COVID-19 Symptoms in Texas: A Call to Action’. Register here Financial Resources NEW! Austin Council of PTAs List of Resources (English & Spanish versions) NEW! Austin Energy: Customer Assistance Programs NEW! New York Times’ Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Plan FAQ NEW! Pedernales Electric Cooperative: Member Assistance Program NEW! Texas Workforce Commission: Disaster Unemployment Assistance NEW! Texas Workforce Solutions Capital Area NEW! Travis County Health & Human Services: Rental Assistance NEW! Washington Post Stimulus Check Calculator Financial Resources for HAAM Members NEW! Austin Music Foundation Virtual Career Consultations NEW! Austin Texas Musicians: Resource List NEW! HealthWell Foundation: COVID-19 Ancillary Cost Fund Application NEW! HOME: Housing Opportunities for Musicians and Entertainers (55+) NEW! email@example.com NEW! I Lost My Gig: Financial Support Application NEW! Recording Academy MusiCares: COVID-19 Relief Fund NOTE: Current HAAM members, take a picture of your 2020 HAAM card and submit it with your documentation when applying for MusiCares funding. HAAM membership does not guarantee an award of MusiCare’s benefits but will help expedite your application. NEW! Red River Cultural District Funding Application NEW! Sweet Relief: Financial Grant Application NEW! TALA: COVID-19 Related Legal Help NEW! Texas Music Office: Assistance Information for Music Industry Professionals Health Care for Uninsured Central Health provides access to health care for the uninsured. Are you uninsured and feeling COVID-19 symptoms? Connect with Central Health at 512-978-8775 If you are a CommUnityCare patient, call 512-978-9015 If you are enrolled in MAP, call 512-978-8130 Food for Families NEW! Central Texas Food Bank: Find a Pantry Near You NEW! Good Apple Free Food Delivery for 55+ and the Immunocompromised NEW! SNAP: Food Stamps (3 ways to apply) apply online at YourTexasBenefits.com in-person at Central Texas Food Bank call 2-1-1 (M-F from 8a-6p) after selecting a language press option 2 NEW! Sustainable Food Center: Food Access Resources in Central TX During COVID-19 Food in your school district Food for Seniors H-E-B and Favor Delivery created the Senior Support Line, a new delivery program designed to offer a safer solutions for seniors (60+) across Texas. Starting 3/20, seniors can place orders from curated list of essentials via a phone line, the Favor app, or at favordelivery.com/seniors. The line will be staffed with volunteers to accept/process home delivery orders via phone daily 9a-1p.To access the Senior Support Line call 1-833-397-0080. All fees will be waived for the first 30 days, with a $10 tip for the Favor Runner. Translated Resources Translated resources regarding COVID-19 in the following languages: Arabic, Burmese Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), English, Korean, Spanish, Urdu, Vietnamese. From Asian Family Support Services of Austin.