211.org or dial 211
Request help or sign up to donate and volunteer
Apply for emergency related day care through the Oregon Department of Human Services.
Oregon Early Learning Division has provided resources for families and child care providers who may face virus-related disruptions.
Governor Kate Brown has expanded child care benefits for families and providers during the spread of COVID-19. Contact the Oregon Department of Human Services Direct Pay Unit with questions at 1-800-699-9074.
Apply for unemployment insurance
Vocational rehabilitation resources for people with disabilities.
Meals on Wheels meal sites are offering dining center participants “to-go” meals, which are available for pick-up from 11 a.m. to noon on regular serving days; homebound clients are still receving meals delivered to their door.
Mortgage and Rent Relief are available to Albany households financially impacted by COVID-19.
Renters – go to the Community Services Consortium pre-screening page to get started or call 541-704-7646.
Mental health for essential workers
Lines for Life has created a Virtual Wellness Room to offer support to helpers, mental health professionals, first responders, social workers and anyone considered an essential worker during the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon. Each check-in call will have a facilitator to guide the conversation.
Albany Police Department is offering prescription delivery service to qualifying residents, evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Call 541-917-7680 for details or to request this service.