COVID-19 Resource Guide


General COVID-19 Resource Solutions

CDC COVID 19 Dashboard

Travel recommendations by country

Toolkit for colleges and universities

Toolkit for businesses and workplaces

One stop shop toolkits

- What to do if you are sick CDC Recommendations

ECIA/EIRHA Offices Temporarily Closed to Public until February 1, 2021

State of Iowa COVID-19 Dashboard & Map

COVID-19 Federal Resource Guide

Iowa League of Cities COVID-19 Resource Page

Iowa Multi-lingual COVID-19 Phone Line


EDA COVID-19 Guide

Indoor Air in Homes and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Iowa Nonprofit Recovery Fund

- Iowa Nonprofit Recovery Fund FAQs

Derecho Storm Relief Resources

Disaster Case Managers iowacommunityaction.org

FEMA Individual Assistance Granted for Clinton County

Finance Planning

What is Medicare?

Medicare Advantage Plans in Iowa

ISU Outreach Services - FREE Finance Consulting Services

Iowa EDA launches Nonprofit Recovery Fund

Housing

COVID-19 Iowa Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Program

Program Income Limits

Eligibility Threshold

Landlord Information

HUD COVID-19 Resource Guide

FDIC Remote Account Opening and Swift Economic Payments

Assistedliving.org

Seniorhousing.net

Seniorhousing.net - Dubuque Housing

Affordable Energy Solutions

Operation New View Energy Assistance Program

Alliant Energy LIHEAP and Crisis Funds Available

Business Loan Solutions

Dubuque Initiative Emergency Loan for Businesses

Dubuque Initiative Emergency Loan Program Application

Broadband Internet Solutions

Find low-cost internet and affordable computers in your area with Everyoneon.org.

Education Solutions

Check out free virtual tours and online collections using the Museum Computer Network.

Museums have also compiled free courses for long distance at-home learning at Museum Distance Learning.

The Association of Zoos and Aquariums are offering free livestream learning videos and activities at AZA.org.

Food Solutions through the USDA

Online Mapping Tool to Find Feeding Sites

Parents with kids and teens 18 years old and under can use our Meals 4 Kids mapping tool to find sites near them where they can pick up free nutritious meals and snacks. To maintain social distancing, kids and teens may take their meal home to eat. Simply type in your address and find results.

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Text 'Food' to 877-877 to Find Feeding Sites for Kids and Teens
In addition to USDA's Meal For Kids online mapping tool, No Kid Hungry offers a national texting service that allows parents or students to find feeding sites near them by text.

      How it works:
    • • Text ‘FOOD’ to 877-877 or 'COMIDA' to 877-877 for information in Spanish.

  • • User receives text back prompting them to enter a street address, city and state and/or zip code for their desired location. While the service is able to return results for inputs that include only city and state and/or zip code, including a full street address will return results that are more accurate.

USDA COVID-19 Resources Guide

COVID 19 Language Resources

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