NOTE:  These resources are provided as informational only. 

Food assistance programs & information:

Mobile Food Pantries

Food by ZipCodes_12-20-19

Local Food Producers (buy direct): LocalFoodDelivery.v2

Team Rubicon emergency food assistance to those who have cancer, Multiple Sclerosis or Rheumatoid Arthritis, and have been affected by COVID-19:

Market Maker tool for connecting local producers with providers, and vice versa. This can also be used by consumers:

Food & other resource information from the Nebraska Legislature:  Resources for People Impacted by COVID-19

USDA’s Food and Nutrition Services website, with links to child nutrition, food security, and assistance programs:

State Campaign Against Hunger, a virtual food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Lincoln and Food Bank for the Heartland:

Helpful resources for public assistance:

USDA’s COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide:

Better Business Bureau Resources:

Up-to-date information on navigating this crisis, working from home tips, scam education for businesses, cybersecurity tips, etc:

Tips, scam education and contact information for useful organizations:

Business Resources:

Pan flu plan for workplace

CoronavirusManagement Guide

SBA Disaster Loans:

SBA to Provide Disaster Loans to Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus

Assistance Loans HANDOUT_SBA Disaster Assistance_Resources for Businesses

SBA Paycheck Protection Program

SCORE Nebraska provides mentoring, coaching, and technical assistance to small businesses and business owners, almost entirely free of charge and they are very willing and able to assist those impacted by disasters.

Family Care Resources:

Nebraska Families:

Child Trauma Stress:  NCTSN Outbreak Factsheet

Child Resilience:

Reassuring Children About Coronavirus

Young Child Family Tips:

Taking Care of Your Mental Health:

How to Talk to Children about COVID Pandemic

Practical Coping Techniques

Ways To Help Children Cope

Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents

COVID-19 Tips for Elders Caregiver

Elder Mental Health During COVID-19 for Care Providers

COVID-19 Caring for Someone at Home

Testing assistance:

DHHS COVID-19 Information Line: 402-552-6645, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. CST, 7 days a week.

General guidance and testing information for Nebraskans: General guidance and testing information for Nebraskans

Testing site information:  Testing site information

General information related to the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:

Presidential Emergency Declaration:

Statement_COVID19 Declaration 03132020

FactSheet_COVID19 Response 03132020

Governor’s press releases:

Events, public events and schools information:  Events, public events and schools information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

What’s New – CDC (keep up to date on what’s happening)

What you should know about COVID-19 from the CDC

Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities – CDC

Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) News Releases:

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services:

Coronavirus Disease 2019:

General guidance and testing information for Nebraskans:  General guidance and testing information for Nebraskans

Testing site information:  Testing site information

Healthcare providers and clinics and facilities testing information:  Healthcare providers and clinics and facilities testing information

Local Health Departments:

Douglas County:

Sarpy/Cass Counties:

Three Rivers:

Pottawattamie County (Iowa):

University of Nebraska Medical Center:

Douglas County administration:

World Health Organization (WHO):

Covid-19 FAQs, Advice, Resources – World Health Organization