Our community is working together in unprecendented ways to "flatten the curve" and minimize the speed and scale of the COVID-19 outbreak in Denton County. We want to provide you valuable information as this situation evolves. We will update our resource lists on an ongoing basis as more resources become available.
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Access the most recent information and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Local Government Resources
- Denton County |
- Town of Argyle |
- City of Aubrey |
- City of Carrollton |
- City of Celina |
- City of Coppell |
- City of Corinth |
- City of Denton |
- Town of Flower Mound |
- City of Frisco |
- City of Haslet |
- City of Highland Village |
- City of Justin |
- City of Krugerville |
- City of Lake Dallas |
- City of Lewisville |
- Town of Little Elm |
- City of Plano |
- City of Roanoke |
- City of Sanger |
- City of Southlake |
- City of The Colony
Health Services of North Texas: Primary medical care, counseling services, women’s health, prenatal care, pediatrics and a prescription assistance program for patients. Learn more >
PediPlace: Primary pediatric healthcare for children who are uninsured and/or receiving Medicaid and CHIP benefits. Learn more >
Period.org: Serving marginalized communities with menstual supplies. Note: products must be requested by a nonprofit. Learn more >
Showers & Restrooms
Effective Monday, March 23, the Civic Center Pool (515 N. Bell Avenue, Denton) showers and restrooms will be open to the public Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., until further notice.
Mental Health Resources
Mayhill Hospital: Behavioral Health Center in Denton
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | (800) 273-8255
NAMI HelpLine | (800) 950-6264
North Texas Behavioral Health Authority: COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line | (833) 251-7544
Texas Psychological Association Pro Bono Project: Offering up to 2 hours of free mental health services for qualifying Texas during COVID-19. Learn more >
Virtual Substance Recovery Resources
Recovery Village Teletherapy Program - access to one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and other services virtually with a licensed professional.
Domestic Violence Resource
Staying Safe During COVID-19 - For victims and survivors who need support, someone is here for you, 24/7. Call 1-800-799-7233 or if you're unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.
Denton County Friends of the Family - 940-387-5131 ext. 221
Meals for Students
Argyle: Argyle ISD is distributing meals on specific days and at a specific location. Students needing meals should fill out this form. An AISD employee will make contact to make arrangements.
Denton: Beginning Wednesday, April 15, the Denton ISD Child Nutrition Department staff will begin “super bundling” breakfast and lunch for an entire week available for pick-up each Wednesday at each campus location between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Families can drive through and request a week's worth of meals for all students in the household under the age of 18. Specific locations and more details >
Frisco: From Apr. 8 thru May 27, five days of breakfast and lunch will be delivered to vehicles once a week on Wednesday from 11:00am – 1:00pm at various locations. For signup, instructions, and locations, visit this webform >.
Lake Dallas: Beginning Mar. 30, five days of breakfast and lunch will be delivered to vehicles once a week on Mondays, 7:30am – 12:30pm at Lake Dallas Elementary School and Lake Dallas High School. For more information, visit Lake Dallas ISD’s Curbside Meal Service webpage >.
Lewisville: Beginning May 1, breakfast and lunch will be delivered to vehicles 10:00am – 1:00pm at various locations, with additional weekend meals provided on Fridays. For specifics, visit Lewisville ISD’s COVID-19 Meals webpage > or view a map of pickup locations > Volunteers (18+ years) needed to assist with meal delivery to students daily. Volunteer Interest Form>
Schooling from Home Resources
Healthy at Home - a website cultivated by ReadyRosie to provide families of young children tips for staying healthy (with video interviews with local pediatricians), activities to support emotional well-being, and activities parents can do at home with their child. It's a free resource for families across the nation. (Available in English & Spanish)
Lewisville ISD School Break Resources - list of resources available for LISD families (financial assistance, food pantries, income/rental support, free meals for children, etc.)
AmazingEducationalResources.com - list of nationally available educational tools and resources
All Digital School - Online Learning Platforms, Tools, & Apps for Parents
Grace Like Rain: Collaborating with local nonprofits and churches to set up childcare sites for families in need. Adhering to CDC guidelines, sites are limited to 10 children (split into various areas) plus volunteers with stringent protocols for handwashing and cleaning surfaces. Family Sign Up > Volunteers needed. Sign up to help >
Care.com Initiative launched to increase in-home child care access to frontline workers.
North Central Texas College - Students Impacted by COVID-19 can apply for multiple types of Financial Assistance. Learn More >
Texas Woman's University - Emergency Aid grant funds are financial assistance for students who are facing unforeseen financial emergencies and catastrophic events that may disrupt their education. Learn More >
University of North Texas - For students facing a financial challenge that could affect their ability to stay green at UNT. Learn More >
As our community complies with the social distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC and local health organizations, additional support will be needed to help neighbors experiencing income or job loss as a result of COVID-19 activity (event/project cancellations or delays, layoffs, etc.) We have created the COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund to help these neighbors in need in partnership with our network of nonprofits.
Annuity.org summary of COVID-19's financial impact and the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act
The "Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here" tool is designed for people with incomes typically below $24,400 (married couples) or less than $12,200 (individuals). This includes couples and individuals who are low-income or experiencing homelessness. Peopl can qualify, even if they do not work. Anyone claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer is not eligible. Learn more >
Under the (CARES) Act, two protections for homeowners with federally backed mortgages were put in place:
- A foreclosure moratorium
- A right to forbearance for homeowners who are experiencing a financial hardship due to the COVID-19 emergency
Definition: Forbearance is when your mortgage servicer or lender allows you to pause or reduce your mortgage payments for a limited period of time. Forbearance doesn’t erase what you owe – you’ll have to repay any missed or reduced payments in the future. If your income is restored, resume making payments as soon as you can.
If you don’t have a federally backed mortgage, you still may have relief options through your mortgage servicer or from your state.
* Please be advised that tenants may still receive a Notice to Vacate. A Notice to Vacate or lockout is not an eviction notice and a tenant does not violate the law by not moving out. A landlord must give proper notice and follow the correct steps in the eviction process to evict a tenant. Housing Rights >
$50M in loans to small businesses in TX available through partnership of LiftFund, Goldman Sachs, and Community Development Financial Institutions
Chamber of Commerce Resources
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