During these challenging times, our hearts are with the people in our communities, state, nation, and world. We are grateful to all of our partners who are diligently working to keep our communities safe and healthy. Let us all remember to be patient, loving, and kind as we work to ensure those who are most vulnerable in our communities are not harmed. May we all be healthy, safe, and free from suffering.
The Care Share team
NC Department of Health and Human Services
The website provides reliable, up-to-date information on cases of the COVID-19, updates on state recommendations, and resources to share in your community. Learn more.
Center For Disease Control and Prevention
Social Drivers of Health Resources
The website provides assistance to people who need help with essential services (food, paying bills).
12 Ways Communities are Taking Care of Each Other
This article provides a list of resources from how to connect with others in your community to suggestions for your stimulus check. Learn more.
Healthy Food Policy Project has developed an index of local government polices to support food access during the COVID-19 Pandemic. It includes polices that accelerate, prioritize, or facilitate food access during the COVID-19 pandemic. The index is sortable. Learn more.
Resources to Help Seniors Get Groceries and Prescriptions
Social Justice and Equity
The article shares actions that communities can take to to support communities in need during the pandemic.
National Association for the Advancement of People of Color
The NAACP Tele-Town Hall hosts a panel of experts on the corona virus and it’s impact on communities of color.
Partners in Health and Wellness
Holy Breaths: Our Health Tips in Response to COVID-19 – Video
The PHW team has put together this video (linked above) to share what we are doing to prioritize health and wholeness amidst COVID-19. Learn more.
NEW: Federal COVID -19 Uninsured Program Portal
The federal Department of Health and Human Services launched the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) COVID-19 Uninsured Program Portal at coviduninsuredclaim.linkhealth.com. Health care providers and hospitals can use the portal to electronically request reimbursement for claims associated with COVID-19 testing and treatment of uninsured patients retroactive to Feb. 4, 2020.
NC Medical Society- Telemedicine Platform Presence
The platform is being offered at no cost until COVID abates. The Presence platform provides a central portal where patients can schedule a telemedicine visit with their provider. Learn more
CDC Update for Rural Partners and Communities – Video
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provided an update to stakeholders in rural communities about the known geographical impacts to date and steps that can be taken to safeguard the health of rural communities. Watch video.
NC Healthcare Association
The website provides links to information on COVID-19. It provides resources specific for healthcare organizations.
NC Association of Free and Charitable Clinics
The website provides information on COVID -19. It lists webinars that are being provided on the topic. There are additional resources health clinics and community groups.
NC Community Health Center Association
The website provides guidance for clinical care, reimbursement/billing, and special populations. More resources and content will be coming soon.
Spanish language COVID-19 PSA
Produced by: UNC Medical Center’s Interpreter Services team
The website provides several resources for nonprofits responding to the COVID-19 crisis, including information for nonprofit leaders, a daily updated FAQ, and a Facebook Live education series. Learn more.
Council of Nonprofits
The website provides strategies for the challenges during the covid-19 pandemic.
NC Center for Nonprofits
The website provides general information on COVID-19, health and safety, public policy, communication, employee benefits and human resources, event management, financial, fundraising, and technology resources.
National Health Law Program