If you’ve been financially affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for help.

Rent and utilities

Renters can get protection against eviction and help with payments for rent and utilities. Landlords may apply for help as well.


Find out what free food or EBT cards to buy food you may be eligible to get.

Sick leave

If you can’t work because you or a family member you care for has COVID-19, you can get paid leave.

Mortgage relief

Homeowners who have fallen behind on mortgage payments due to COVID-19 may be able to get help to catch up.

Healthcare and health insurance

If you’re uninsured or need medical care, there are free or low-cost options to get the help you need.


Pandemic-specific benefits ended or were reduced on September 4, 2021. Find out what you’re eligible for now, and how to apply.

Mortgage forbearance

Homeowners and landlords who are having a hard time paying their mortgage may be able to get more time to pay.

Housing and homelessness

If you’re struggling to find housing, we can help.

Funeral costs

There is a program that can help with the financial burden of this difficult time.

Business grants and loans

If you’re a business owner who has been affected by COVID-19, you can apply for grants, loans, and tax credits.

Benefits for children

Find out what financial and daycare benefits are available for families with children.

Tax credits

Learn what state tax credits are available, and how you can qualify for them.