Federal resources available to you

In response to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States 
government has made free and low-cost support available to all US residents.

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COVID-19 Federal Medical & Treatment Support

The federal government offers free and low-cost COVID-19-specific medical services, including masks, vaccines, testing, and treatment. These supports are available to ALL residents, including those not covered by health insurance. Below is a list of federal medical and treatment supports available to you.

Click here for the most up-to-date medical information and resources available for COVID-19.
Masks can help prevent the spread of COVID-19. High-quality free N95 respirators are available in your community. You can find them at federal retail pharmacy partners, community health centers, health departments, local pharmacies, and grocery stores. Check out the US Department of Health and Human Services for more details and information.

This guide from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will help you learn how to fit and wear your mask for maximum effectiveness.
COVID-19 Vaccines and Booster Shots
COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots are free for people living in the United States who are older than 6 months. You can use the Vaccine Finder tool on to find the vaccination location closest to you.
COVID-19 Testing
Free testing for COVID-19 can be done at home or a designated testing facility. A positive test can help you quickly access proper treatment regardless of where you tested.
At home
Households across the United States are eligible to order and receive at-home COVID-19 test kits. These kits are free to order on the USPS website. Each kit contains 4 individual rapid-antigen tests.
Testing locations
There are over 15,000 free testing sites across the country. To find a testing site nearest to you, enter your location in the testing locator provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
People with COVID-19 symptoms and anyone who has recently been in contact with someone that has tested positive for the virus can get tested at one of these sites. Following the test, you can meet with a healthcare professional and receive a prescription for medication if appropriate.
COVID-19 Treatment
There are several COVID-19 treatments available. Treatments are most effective when started within a few days of developing symptoms.

Nationwide Test to Treat locations offer free and fast access to a medical professional who can review your test results, assess your condition, and prescribe medication. Prescriptions can be filled onsite.
Long COVID Support
Some people continue to experience symptoms of COVID-19 for weeks, months, or longer after infection.
The federal government has published a free toolkit to help people learn about long COVID, access services and supports, and review the most current research on this condition.

COVID-19 Federal Financial Resources

In addition to its health impacts, often overlooked yet no less devastating are the financial impacts of COVID-19. Both directly and indirectly, COVID-19 has changed the financial landscape of the United States and the Americans that live within it. If you are suffering financially as a result of COVID-19, we have compiled a list of financial government support programs below.

These resources are subject to changes, updates, and expiry. Click here for the most up-to-date information about availability and eligibility.
Housing and Living Expenses
Federal Rental Assistance is available to renters across the country. You may qualify for support if you are struggling to cover costs such as:
Water and sewer
Late fees
Garbage removal
Moving expenses
Fees such as security deposits and application or screening fees
You can apply for these benefits through your local Emergency Rental Assistance program. Click here to find the program in your area.

Homeowners that have a federally backed or FHA-insured mortgage can request a pause on mortgage payments.
Support for Families
The Office of Family Assistance offers temporary financial assistance to families nationwide. This map can help you find the office in your state.

The federal government provides program funding, and each state has the flexibility to determine the allocation of funds and service offerings based on the needs of its residents.

Families can apply for the Child Tax Credit when they file tax returns. This online tool will help you determine if you qualify.
Food Security
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides people access to healthy foods. It can be used to buy meat, vegetables, grain products, and other foods. It cannot be used to purchase alcohol, supplements, or non-food household items. Contact your local state SNAP office to learn more about eligibility and how to apply for this benefit.
Income Support
If you have a medical condition that prevents you from working, you may be eligible for income support from the Department of Social Security in the form of Disability benefits. Eligibility is based on criteria such as past work history and medical status. There are several ways to apply, including online, over the phone, through the mail, and at a local office. 

COVID-specific unemployment benefits ended in September 2021, but general aid programs are still in place if you lose your job. You can click here to find out how to apply for benefits in your state.
Funeral Costs
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides financial support to those who have lost a loved one to COVID-19 and are trying to pay funeral costs. People can apply for up to $9,000 to help cover expenses, including but not limited to:
Funeral services
Transfer of remains
Urn or casket
Burial plot
Headstone or marker

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