If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, or other essential services, use the search bar above to find your local 211 or dial 211 to speak to someone who can help.
United Way and organized labor have a long history of working together to fight for the health, education and financial stability for every person in every community. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we need each other now more than ever before. Many of our sisters and brothers are out of work, laid off or unable to work right now, and many are working on the front lines risking their lives for the greater community: healthcare, grocery store and retail, restaurants, sanitation and utility workers, farmworkers and more.
The COVID-19 situation in the United States is evolving rapidly as more becomes known about the virus, how it is spread, and how it effects people. For the most accurate and timely information, visit the CDC’s website or monitor CDC social media channels. Use the COVID-19 Screening Tool online if you or someone you are caring for is experiencing symptoms. You can also download the COVID-19 Screening Tool via Apple Store or Google Play.
Resource for Union Members:
- When The Paycheck Stops - An AFL-CIO Survival Guide to Unemployment
- Cuando El Sueldo No Lluega - Una guia de supervivencia de AFL-CIO en caso desempleo
- COVID-19 Resources from AFL-CIO
- Department of Labor: COVID-19 and the Workplace
- OSHA: Protecting Workers During a Pandemic fact sheet
- OSHA: Information for Workers and Employers About the Coronavirus Outbreak
- OSHA: COVID-19 Control and Prevention
View the list of United Way Labor Engagement Staff & Local Labor Partners here.
Available Resources for those impacted by COVID-19:
- Go to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic page of 211.org to view a comprehensive list of available resources and answers to commonly asked questions about COVID-19.
To learn more about United Way's partnership with organized labor, go here.