Updated January 22, 2021
COVID-19 Vaccination Information
The Department of Health recently released a map of providers that can administer a COVID-19 vaccine to anyone covered by Phase 1A. Anyone covered under Phase 1A that has not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine can contact any of these providers to check availability and schedule their vaccination, but we encourage providers to contact sites and coordinate for their employees who are eligible. Employees should be prepared to show proof of employment.
*NOTE: Long-term care facility staff and residents may be eligible for the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Program for Long-Term Care facilities. The Federal Pharmacy Partnership Program is currently prioritizing skilled nursing facilities at this time. If your facility is enrolled in the program, CVS and Walgreens may have already reached out to schedule a vaccination date with your facility. However, if your facility has not already scheduled a vaccination date with CVS or Walgreens, your facility is encouraged to contact your local vaccine provider available at the above link. The Department of Human Services and Department of Health are also working together on additional solutions to expedite vaccine distribution to DHS-licensed facilities.
Here are other helpful links on how to sign-up to be contacted about getting vaccinated:
Pennsylvania: PA Dept of Health COVID Information
Delaware: Delaware Department of Public Health
New Jersey: NJ Dept of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Sign Up Form
NEW: Philadelphia Department of Public Health vaccine interest form is now live on the City website: phila.gov/vaccineinterest
Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium
Philly Fighting COVID
Philadelphia Immunization Program
PHLConnectED is the City’s initiative to help K-12 families get access to a reliable, high-speed internet connection. If you would like to learn more about PHLConnectED and find out if you’re eligible, dial 2-1-1 and choose option 1. The hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is available in over 150 languages.
ALL-IN-ONE COVID-19 Resource Collection
COVID-19 Information and Updates
- City of Philadelphia
- List of testing sites in the Philadelphia area (kept up-to-date by the Inquirer)
- CHOP’s page on Navigating COVID-19: Resources for Parents Their Helpline is 800-722-7112 and is open to anyone.
- How to make alternative face masks and shields
- The Greater Philadelphia Coronavirus 24/7 Helpline is 1-800-722-7112
- State of Pennsylvania
- State of New Jersey
- State of Delaware
- Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Getting Life Essentials
- PA Benefits Center can help with assistance for groceries, prescription drugs, utilities, health insurance, property tax, and more. Call 833-373-5869
- Philly renters can find resources here at phillytenant.org
- Apply for SNAP, Medicaid, Other Benefits
- Apply for WIC (Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children)
- COVID-19 & Child Care in Pennsylvania (from the PA Office of Child Development and Early Learning)
- Free meals for students are still available while schools are closed
- Area Food Pantries
- Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger Free PA can help Pennsylvanians access food resources in their community
- Aunt Bertha – Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more
- Get Credit/Mortgage/Rent Advice
- Report price gouging (email link)
- PECO is taking steps to power customers during the COVID-19 pandemic, including suspended all service disconnections, reconnecting service for customers who have had service previously disconnected, and offering flexible payment options.
- LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills for both low-income renters and homeowners
- Comcast Internet Essentials – Two months free internet; $9.95/month after that
- Free Library of Philadelphia’s digital resources can be accessed from anywhere
- Coursera is offering free courses for high school and college students, free career development courses, and free courses for well being
- The National Constitution Center has set up an Interactive Constitution learning platform
Anxiety and Mental Health Resources
- Healthy Minds Philly, tools and resources to support and improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Philadelphians, an initiatve of Philadelphia DBHIDS.
- Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
- The CDC has tips on Managing Anxiety & Stress during the pandemic.
- How to Care for Yourself While Practicing Physical Distancing
- Mental health is incredibly important. If you or anyone you know is in crisis, you can text PA to 741-741
How to Talk to Children About COVID 19
- A Guide from the National Association of School Psychologists
- A Guide from the American Academy of Pediatrics
- Fill out the Census Form – Be counted, it’s quick and easy!
- Vote by Mail in PA
- Vote by Mail in NJ
- Vote by Absentee Ballot in Delaware
Ways to Help Others
- Philly Mutual Aid – Neighbors Helping Neighbors – This site connects people in need with neighbors who are able to help. Sign up to request or provide help.
- Support the Homeless – Donate items or cash via Project HOME
- Help the Hungry in Philadelphia
- Join the Care Web for Philadelphia’s Disability Community – If you have a disability or are an ally of the disability community, join this care web of mutual aid and interdependence
Fun Things to Do From Home
- View 20 Live Animal Cams from Around the World
- Free Online Cooking School
- Easy Science Experiments for Kids Using Household Stuff
- Download Free Coloring Books from 113 Museums
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