Stay Safe, Stay Informed, Stay Entertained: Heath Services Resources
We have helpful links to information on Coronavirus and services that are being offered by the County, State and Federal Government. If you have a question, contact us at email@example.com
Rockland County Information
Click here for Rockland County's Coronavirus site. It has information on how to get tested, frequently asked questions and an interactive map of the number of cases and location of cases in Rockland County.
Click here for the Rockland County Coronavirus Dashboard.
Click here for information on where to get a vaccine in Rockland County.
Senior COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist:
Click here to join the Wait List for a COVD-19 Vaccine if you are over 65 and a resident of Rockland County.
How to Help
If you're looking for a way to give back to the community, whether local or on a bigger scale, here are some organizations looking for help.
Beyond Rockland County:
New York State Information
New York State's website dedicated to Novel Coronavirus includes information testing, getting involved and the latest news
New York State has information on finding a State Job, NY Seasonal jobs, and job search guides
New York State's Paid Family Leave has new protections related to COVID-19
Regional Monitoring Dashboard:
Click here to access New York State's map with information on positivity rates in each region.
The Center for Disease Control has a wealth of information which includes: what to do if you are sick, how to protect yourself and how to manage your stress.
Learn about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act which has expanded states' abilities to provide unemployment insurance
Mental Heath Information
The National Institute of Mental Health has resources available to help people cope with COVID-19.
Headspace, a meditation and mindfulness app, is offering the app free of charge through the end of 2020 to health care professionals who work in public health settings.
Calm is an app that is designed to help you sleep better, feel less stressed and assist you with anxiety.
The Centers for Disease Control has information on how to take care of your mental health during the pandemic.