COVID-19 RESOURCES DIRECTORY
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
County and Local:
State and National:
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
National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
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:
Free Tools, Resources, and Financial Help for Business Owners Hit by Covid-19 - Inc. Magazine
Tax Filing Deadline
The income tax filing deadline has been moved from April 15 to July 15. This is to help all Americans during the Coronavirus outbreak, as announced by U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin. Accounting services are deemed essential during this time, so you may still contact your tax professionals as needed.
Federal COVID Stimulus Information