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Updated 8-18-2020

With multiple cities and school districts in HD-65, resources are available across our community to keep you informed,  calm, and ready to respond to the COVID-19 virus crisis. Remember, if you are demonstrating symptoms of the virus (fever, dry cough), you should call your healthcare provider first; do not go in person to a specific facility, as they may not be able to test you and you risk exposing others.

Remember that there are no known therapeutic treatments for COVID-19. Be wary of anyone promising a treatment or solution for sale that can prevent or cure this virus.

Official Government Announcements  & Resources
State of Texas:
OPEN TEXAS PLAN - Latest update from Governor Abbott's office
(Includes information about Executive Order 29 issued 7/2/20)
County and Local:

State and National: 

The CDC's comprehensive preparation and prevention guide

School District Information:


Local Social Services

Denton County Area Food Banks, Support Organizations:

If you are in need or know of those in need, please check out these local resources. If you’re in a position to do so, please consider a financial donation to any of these organizations who are providing for our neighbors in need:


Resources for Families in Crisis


You can also contact your church or place of worship for resources that may be available.


Stay-at-Home Resources & Support
Managing Your Mental Health & Physical Well-Being
Restaurants open for carry out & delivery:
Economic and Business Support
Local Chamber, Business Information:

Small Business Resources:


Federal COVID Stimulus Information

Understanding the Stimulus Checks + Calculator

Employment Resources

What to Do If You Get Laid Off or Furloughed: a Coronavirus Employment Guide - April 3, 2020

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