The coronavirus pandemic is more than just a health crisis. It’s also a financial and emotional crisis for domestic workers who have lost work and are having a hard time making ends meet. The good news is that you are not alone, and you can get help. Here are some ways to get emotional and financial support, plus information on housing, food and health care.
Need emotional support?
**NOTE and disclaimer: NDWA is not a healthcare or legal services provider. These resources should not be considered legal or health advice.
If you or someone in your family begins to experience symptoms of coronavirus, call your healthcare provider directly.
Looking for relief resources?
We've compiled resources from some of our most trusted partner organizations. You can search for information on cash assistance, government benefits, healthcare, food, housing and more.
California relief funds for undocumented immigrants, compiled by Legal Aid at Work
Comprehensive list of coronavirus resources compiled by Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
Massachusetts coronavirus relief funds compiled by Massachusetts Jobs with Justice
New Jersey Resources
Information from the NJ Department of Labor on who qualifies for unemployment and paid time off
New York Resources
Comprehensive list of coronavirus resources compiled by the NYC Low Wage Workers' Task Force
Washington State Resources
Comprehensive list of coronavirus resources in Washington State compiled by OneAmerica
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