If you have been laid off or sent home without pay for an extended period by your employer due to COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive Unemployment Benefits. Click Here for qualifications and application instructions.
FPL is suspending service interruption during Covid-19 crisis. Click Here for more information.
Click here to see a list of banks offering relief to customers affected by COVID-19. If your bank or credit union is not listed, please visit their website or call their customer service number to learn what options are available.
Internet & Phone Resources
Comcast has opened Xfinity WiFi Network Nationally with unlimited data for free for the next 60 days, and confirms its commitment to low-income families. Learn more here.
Spectrum is offering free internet service for 60 days for households who have K-12 and college students. Please be sure to follow-up to avoid charges after the permitted time period. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
Verizon will wave late fees incurred because of economic circumstances related to the COVID-19 for the next 60 days and will not terminate service because of inability to pay. Learn more here.
AT&T has expanded eligibility for its low-cost internet program and new customers get 2 months of free service. Learn more here.
Sprint has suspended disconnections or late fees for 60 days. Learn more here.
The CDC is recommending people see an online doctor as a first line of defense if they’re feeling symptoms.
Baptist Health South Florida has made its virtual platform, Care on Demand, available to everyone for free.
Memorial Health System has made its MemorialDocNow platform free until March 31st.
Feeling isolated, lonely, panicked, or just need a friendly voice, call Mental Health America of Southeast Florida at 954-578-5640.