Abrams for Georgia
Things may feel uncertain right now. But there are resources to help you and those around you stay healthy.
Anyone in Georgia with questions about COVID-19 should call the Georgia Department of Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 844-442-2681.
To find out where to get a vaccine near you, visit vaccines.gov.
To the left is a list of groups that are helping Georgians. They help make sure Georgians have food and other support. Georgians in need can use these resources. Or, you can donate to help these groups help Georgians in need.
United Way of Greater Atlanta has a 2-1-1 emergency number. It helps people get resources they need during emergencies. They can also help people that need help with things in their everyday lives. Dial 2-1-1 to talk to someone, or visit their website here.
Help getting food
- Food banks across Georgia are giving meals to those who need them. They are being careful to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe while getting food. Find a food bank in your area here.
- Foodfinder US is a resource for families to quickly find programs to get food. To find these programs near you, click here.
Resources for Service Workers (like people who work in restaurants or care for others)
- The Giving Kitchen helps food service workers get money they need to survive. They also have a network of community resources. Learn more here.
- The National Domestic Workers Alliance has set up a Coronavirus Care Fund. This is for nannies, caretakers, and house cleaners. It gives money to help domestic workers stay home and stay healthy. Learn more here.