COVID-19 Resources

A list of resources to help you stay safe during this crisis.

Covid-19 (CoronaVirus) Resources* April 9, 2020

*The situation is rapidly evolving. We will update these resources as often as we can.

New: The Recovery Village

To better support higher-risk populations who may also be practicing social distancing at this time, we are created a resource guide about protecting the mental health of this community during the COVID19 pandemic.
www.therecoveryvillage.com/mental-health/news/finding-support-lgbt-community/
therecoveryvillage.com/professionals/blog/covid-mental-health-implications-at-risk-populations

New: https://www.directline.com/pet-cover/rescue-animals
Adopting and Caring for Rescue Animals – A Guide

New: #alltogetherSantaFe
City of Santa Fe workforce, business, community and health, and wellness resources

New: Earth Care: State of Emergency/Covid-19
City of Santa Fe Emergency Alerts: Download the “Safe 911” app to receive city and county alerts.

NextDoor.com
is a good source of information for your neighborhood

 

For closures and updated information:

Santa Fe County website
Santa Fe County

City of Santa Fe website
City of Santa Fe Coronavirus Response

Resources to stay informed:

New Mexico Department of Health website

Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico
NMDOH – Coronavirus Updates

Governor Michelle Lujan updates
cv.nmhealth.org
This site also gives faqs

Coronavirus Hotline
1-855-600-3453

Senior Food Hotline
1-800-432-2080

Non-health-related questions or concerns:
1-833-551-0518 or visit newmexico.gov, which is being updated and finalized as a one-stop source for information.

The New Mexican
https://www.santafenewmexican.com/

Restaurants that offer take-out
SantaFe.com

CDC website
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | CDC

WHO website
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

New York Times Coronavirus daily newsletter
Coronavirus Briefing Newsletter

 

Updates/Information:

 

IRS – income tax filing extended to July 15, 2020
Coronavirus Tax Relief

Unemployment benefits
Unemployment > Information for Workers & Businesses Affected by COVID-19

NewMexico.gov
(see website for all resources available)

PNM announced they are suspending nonpayment disconnects

New Mexican school children are eligible to receive meals while schools are closed

 

For some diversion:

 

For opera affectionados:

The Metropolitan Opera is streaming past performances of their operas each night
https://www.metopera.org/user-information/nightly-met-opera-streams/

For animal lovers:

Both the Espanola Animal Shelter and the Santa Fe Humane Society are in need of temporary foster placements:
https://www.espanolahumane.org/urgent-need-for-foster-families/

https://sfhumanesociety.org/

For sewers and crafters:
Michael’s is offering a free family activities each Wednesday at noon central time on their Facebook Live page

For cooks and bakers:
America’s Test Kitchen now has free access to their paid section of their website.

 

https://santafe.com/article/where-to-eat-in-santa-fe-during-the-coronavirus-lock-down

 

 

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