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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Last Updated Thursday, August 6th, 8:52am

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COVID-19

Every New Yorker can get a free, confidential, and safe COVID-19 test today! Available regardless of immigration status.

Find a testing site near your home.

COVID Rent Relief Program Application Deadline Extended to August 6

  • Provides eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy (of up to 4 months rent assistance) that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord.
  • Applicants will not need to repay this assistance.
  • The rental assistance payment will cover the difference between the household’s rent burden on March 1, 2020 and the increase in rent burden for the months the households is applying for assistance.
  • You can apply if you live in rent regulated and market-rate homes. You do not need a lease.
  • Tenants do not have to be behind on their rent to receive assistance (tenants who are current on their rent payments can have funds applied a credit for future months). The program is open to households that rent apartments, single-family homes, manufactured homes and manufactured home lots.
  • This is not a first come first serve type of program. However, HCR will have to prioritize applications from tenants with the lowest incomes and highest rent burden due to limited funds Applicants wills be given notice whether they are eligible and the amount of funds that will be sent to their landlords.

Households must meet following criteria:

  • Before March 1, 2020 and at the time of application, household income must have been below 80% of the area median income, adjusted for household size. Find your county’s area median income.
  • Before March 1, 2020 and at the time of application, the household must have been paying more than 30% of gross monthly income towards rent. Gross income includes wages as well as any cash grants, child support, social security, unemployment benefits, etc.)
  • Applicants must have lost income during the period of April 1, 2020 to July 31, 2020.
  • Households with at least one household member with U.S. Citizenship or eligible immigration status are qualified to receive the subsidy.
  • Tenants currently receiving a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher for housing costs or who reside in public housing are not eligible for RRP assistance.

Call 311 to get help with your COVID Rent Relief Program application.

Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for COVID Rent Relief Program from NY State Homes and Community Renewal.

Learn about more housing resources from the NYC Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants.

BENEFITS & RIGHTS

Understanding benefits for workers affected by COVID-19

You may be eligible for certain benefits. Refer to the chart below to understand which benefits you may be able to get in your situation.

A translatable and accessible version can be viewed here.

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Download a PDF of the COVID-19 benefits chart (Spanish PDF).

EMPLOYMENT & FINANCES

Tax Assistance

  • The filing deadline (Tax Day) was July 15, 2020.
  • You may be able to file your 2019 tax return for free at an NYC Free Tax Prep site or online through October 15, if you meet income requirements.
  • Learn more from about Free Tax Prep on ACCESS NYC.

Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

Update: New Yorkers receiving Unemployment may be eligible for it up to 59 weeks, up from 26 weeks before the pandemic. Learn more.

  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) expands UI for more workers including part-time, self-employed, and those without recent work history.
  • You may automatically qualify for larger payments and additional weeks of UI benefits.
  • If you started, but have not finished filing a claim, DOL claim specialists will call you to complete your claim. Expect a call from any number/ blocked number, and be ready to answer calls on your phone.
  • Call 1-888-209-8124 for extended telephone hours: Monday through Friday, 8am to 7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 7:30am to 8pm
  • Learn more about these updates and how to apply for Unemployment Assistance on ACCESS NYC.

Economic Impact Payments

  • Adults and families with work-eligible social security numbers (SSN) can receive economic impact payments from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
  • Payments are automatically deposited into your bank account if you filed a 2018 or 2019 tax return and received a refund via direct deposit.
  • Check the status of your Economic Impact Payment if you haven’t received payment with the IRS Get My Payment tool.

If you have a valid SSN and are without a permanent address or normally don’t file taxes

  • You may qualify for a one-time $1,200 Economic Impact Payment, learn more.
  • Sign up with the IRS and add your payment information.

Learn more about Economic Impact Payments on ACCESS NYC.

Paid Safe and Sick Leave Updates

Free Financial Counseling
If you are experiencing sudden changes to your household budget or income due to COVID-19, counselors from NYC Financial Empowerment Centers can help you:

  • Manage your money and set up a spending plan
  • Contact creditors about existing loans, including student loans
  • Draft letters to creditors to lower payments or temporarily suspend payments due to hardship
  • Develop a strategy to minimize debt
  • Access local, state, and federal emergency resources

Book a free financial counseling appointment with an NYC Financial Empowerment Center Counselor.

Job Seekers

Funeral Assistance
Low-income New York City residents may be eligible for financial assistance to meet funeral expenses for a deceased low-income New York City resident family member.

  • Assistance includes burial allowance up to $1,700 and burial costs up to $3,400
  • Download the application for burial allowance.
  • You can apply up to 120 days from the date of the individual‘s death.
  • All applications received will be reviewed regardless of immigration status.
  • Applications received on or after March 12, 2020 will be considered for the increased burial assistance allowance.

Relief for Federal Student Loan Borrowers

FOOD

COVID-19 Food Assistance Resources
Options include:

  • Free Grab & Go meals at NYC Schools for children and adults
  • Meal Hub summer service operates at approximately 400 sites across the city and will continue regular service from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Vegetarian and halal options are available at all sites.
  • Certain sites offer exclusively kosher certified meals.
  • All Meal Hubs now also offer take home pizza meal kits alongside grab-and-go meal offerings.
  • Emergency meal delivery those who cannot access food themselves.

Find a school with free Grab & Go Meals near you:

Learn more about food options NYC.gov/getFood

Food Benefits for All NYC Public School Students from Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)

  • Every single NYC public school student, ages 3-21, regardless of income or immigration status will receive P-EBT.
  • Benefits will be issued automatically.
  • If you already have an EBT card or a Medicaid card, the money will be added to your card automatically.
  • If you do not have an EBT card, you will receive one in the mail. Parents are encouraged to call their school’s parent coordinator or secretary in order to update their address, if needed.
  • Parents of non-public school students should contact the State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance to learn if they are eligible.
  • There is no application or documentation required and it does not affect eligibility for other benefits or public charge status.
  • Learn more about Pandemic EBT from OTDA.

Emergency Food Assistance
To find the nearest food pantries and community kitchens, call the Emergency Food Hotline at 866-888-8777You can also see the list of Active Food Pantries and Community Kitchens.

SNAP (food stamps)

  • Get help paying for groceries with SNAP.
  • They come on a debit card that you can use at many grocery stores including some online, and farmer’s markets.
  • Learn more about SNAP and how to apply on ACCESS NYC.

Check your food stamp (SNAP) balance on your phone.

  • Fresh EBT is an app from a tech company that makes it easy to check your food stamp (SNAP) balance on your phone.
  • Free and available in English and Spanish. Download Fresh EBT.

Food stamps for women, infants, children (WIC)

  • WIC provides free healthy food and services to low-income women and children, including nutrition counseling, breastfeeding support, health education, and referrals.
  • Learn more about WIC and how to apply on ACCESS NYC.

Senior residents and food

Find Food Options In Your Community
The Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resource Guides is collected by Hunger College NYC Food Policy Center and Beta NYC.

Comprehensive food information by neighborhood and zip code:

  • meals for students and seniors during this time
  • delivery services for people with disabilities
  • resources for immigrants

Search for food in your neighborhood with the Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resource Guide.

Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) Nutrition Kitchens

  • The Department of Probation has opened five NeON Nutrition Kitchens throughout the city.
  • When you visit a NeON Nutrition Kitchen, you’ll get free, nutritious groceries and great service from our friendly staff. Everyone in the community is welcome.
  • Find a NeON Kitchen Near You.

Food Markets
CityHarvest offers free food every other week across NYC. Find a location near you.

HOUSING

COVID Rent Relief Program Application Deadline Extended to August 6

  • Provides eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy (of up to 4 months rent assistance) that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord.
  • Applicants will not need to repay this assistance.
  • The rental assistance payment will cover the difference between the household’s rent burden on March 1, 2020 and the increase in rent burden for the months the households is applying for assistance.
  • You can apply if you live in rent regulated and market-rate homes. You do not need a lease.
  • Tenants do not have to be behind on their rent to receive assistance (tenants who are current on their rent payments can have funds applied a credit for future months). The program is open to households that rent apartments, single-family homes, manufactured homes and manufactured home lots.
  • This is not a first come first serve type of program. However, HCR will have to prioritize applications from tenants with the lowest incomes and highest rent burden due to limited funds Applicants wills be given notice whether they are eligible and the amount of funds that will be sent to their landlords.

Households must meet following criteria:

  • Before March 1, 2020 and at the time of application, household income must have been below 80% of the area median income, adjusted for household size. Find your county’s area median income.
  • Before March 1, 2020 and at the time of application, the household must have been paying more than 30% of gross monthly income towards rent. Gross income includes wages as well as any cash grants, child support, social security, unemployment benefits, etc.)
  • Applicants must have lost income during the period of April 1, 2020 to July 31, 2020.
  • Households with at least one household member with U.S. Citizenship or eligible immigration status are qualified to receive the subsidy.
  • Tenants currently receiving a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher for housing costs or who reside in public housing are not eligible for RRP assistance.

Call 311 to get help with your COVID Rent Relief Program application.

Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for COVID Rent Relief Program from NY State Homes and Community Renewal.

Learn about more housing resources from the NYC Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants.

Eviction Protection

  • All residential and commercial eviction proceedings and pending eviction orders have been suspended in New York until August 20, 2020 – for everyone, no matter what your immigration status is.
  • This means that your landlord cannot make you leave your home or your business space for failure to pay rent during this time.
  • At this time, there is no rent suspension in effect.
  • Utility shut-offs have also been suspended.
  • It is illegal for your landlord to change your locks, shut off your utilities, or physically remove your belongings without a court order of eviction.

Learn about Tenants’ Rights from the NYC Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants.

New York State Passes “Tenant Safe Harbor Act”

  • Under the Tenant Safe Harbor Act, you cannot be evicted for unpaid rent that accrued or came due during the COVID-19 period if you “suffered financial hardship” during that period.
  • The New York State law applies to any unpaid rent between March 7 and the yet-to-be-determined date on which all COVID-related restrictions on non-essential gatherings and businesses will be lifted.
  • This legislation builds upon the protections of the current eviction moratorium.
  • The Court will consider the following and other relevant factors to see whether someone has “suffered a financial hardship”: income prior to COVID-19 covered period; income during the covered period; liquid assets; and eligibility for and/or receipt of cash assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Social Security Income (SSI), New York State disability, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), or unemployment insurance or benefits under state or federal law.
  • Learn more about the Tenant Safe Harbor Act.

Call 311 and ask for City’s Tenant Helpline For Free Housing Legal Advice and Assistance
HRA’s Office of Civil Justice (OCJ) has partnered with nonprofit legal services providers and can help all New Yorkers, regardless of zip code, income, or immigration status with tenant / renter’s issues, providing guidance on:

  • How to access city benefits or apply for assistance
  • Free legal advice
  • Other resources available
  • Call 311 and ask for “City Tenant Helpline” Operating hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Email civiljustice@hra.nyc.gov
  • Learn more about HRA Legal Services for Tenants

Risk of homelessness and emergency rent assistance
Homebase offers:

  • Services to prevent eviction
  • Assistance obtaining public benefits
  • Emergency rental assistance
  • Education and job placement assistance
  • Financial counseling and money management
  • Help relocating
  • Short-term financial assistance

Learn more about Homebase and call 311 to find out how to get help.

Money for heat, utility, and air conditioning expenses
Get help paying your heating and utility bills through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). The enrollment period is extended until August 31, 2020.

Stay cool this summer. Get help paying for the cost and installation of air conditioning units and fans through the Cooling Assistance Benefit.

Public Places To Stay Cool This Summer

Help for survivors of gender-based and domestic violence
Survivors of sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner and family violence can get free and confidential services at NYC Family Justice Centers (FJCs), including:

  • Counseling for adults and children, and mental health services for adults
  • Help with safety planning, housing, shelter, and other needs
  • Legal help with orders of protection, custody, visitation, divorce, immigration, and housing matters
  • Help filing police reports
  • Financial services, job training, and education program referrals

To get help with domestic violence:

  • Call 911 in an emergency.
  • Call 800-621-4673 for help from the NYC Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline.
  • For the hearing impaired, TTY 866-604-5350 to speak with a counselor.
  • Learn more about how Family Justice Centers can help.

Free Affordable Housing Application Assistance
Ready to Rent, offered by the NYC Housing Preservation & Development, helps New Yorkers prepare to apply for affordable housing.

  • Free financial counseling
  • Free assistance with affordable housing applications
  • Get your credit checked
  • Calculate your income
  • Save for moving expenses

Create an account and book an appointment.

Emergency Cash Assistance
If your work schedule was reduced and you are unable to pay your rent, apply for a Cash Assistance special grant request to get emergency benefits.

Section 8
NYC Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Section 8 voucher holders having trouble paying rent because of income loss should email DTRAI@hpd.nyc.gov.

Rent Freeze for Seniors and People with Disabilities Updates
Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) helps eligible senior citizens stay in affordable housing with a rent freeze. If their rent goes up, people with SCRIE do not have to pay the higher rent. The City pays the landlord the difference between the current rent and the future rent.

Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE) provides a rent freeze to tenants with disabilities. If their rent goes up, tenants with DRIE do not have to pay the higher rate. The City pays the difference between the current and future rent.

Updates: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, application processing times may be impacted. You can expect a determination within a few weeks of applying.

Expansion of NYC COVID-19 Hotel Program
The City will offer “Take Care Hotels” free of charge for individuals living with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, and who are unable to separate safely at home. This can mean:

  • Your home does not have space for you to stay six feet away from others
  • You share rooms or a bathroom
  • You live with someone who is vulnerable
  • Any doctor, nurse, or physician’s assistant across the city can email CommCareCP@nychhc.org to refer a patient to a room.
  • If you don’t have a doctor, any symptomatic New Yorker can call the City’s COVID hotline at 844-692-4692 and ask for the COVID Hotel Program.
  • Learn more about the COVID-19 Hotel Program.

HEALTH INSURANCE & HEALTH CARE

Low-cost health insurance from New York State

  • Every New Yorker can get health insurance, regardless of immigration status.
  • There are low-cost and free plans for people who qualify, and counselors to help you choose a plan.
  • Certain programs like Medicaid, Essential Plan, and Child Health Plus are open for enrollment year-round and do not have a deadline.
  • Apply at nystateofhealth.ny.gov, or call 855-355-5777.

Help Enrolling In Health Insurance
Through August 15th, 2020, health insurance enrollment is open for uninsured New Yorkers as part of a Special Enrollment Period. Contact GetCovered below or call 311 for free enrollment assistance.

  • GetCoveredNYC helps New Yorkers enroll in health insurance with dedicated specialists who can assist you in your language.
  • Under the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare), there are many low- or no-cost health insurance options.

Get connected to a GetCoveredNYC Specialist and receive free enrollment assistance

Learn more about Health Insurance Assistance on ACCESS NYC.

Low-Cost or Free Healthcare from the City
NYC Care is available to all New York City residents regardless of immigration status. This is not an insurance plan.

  • Primary care, specialty, and emergency services (including hospital stays) are all available for NYC Care members.
  • Call the 24-hour NYC Care service at 646-NYC-CARE (646-692-3373) to enroll and make an appointment.
  • For help in other languages, visit nyccare.nyc.

Affordable Health Care from Community Health Centers
Community health centers provide medical care on a sliding-fee basis, regardless of immigration status. This is not an insurance plan.

  • Call your nearest health center or health department to discover their availability for COVID-19 screening, testing, and other health needs.
  • Health Centers can provide assistance by phone or using telehealth (video chat or online communication)
  • Get primary health care services at a reduced cost or free of charge depending on economic status

Find a location with findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov or see a list of NYC locations.

SCHOOL & CHILDCARE

NYC Schools has announced a plan for keeping students and families healthy during Fall 2020. Learn more about the plan for in-person and remote learning.

To opt-in for 100% remote learning for your child in the 2020-2021 school year, complete this Learning Preference form by August 7, 2020.

All public school buildings will remain closed for summer school in 2020. Remote learning and free meal pickup will continue. For more information, visit the DOE website.

Childcare While You Work

  • Submit a request to be matched with a safe, low-cost option for your family with WorkersNeedChildcare.org.
  • First responders, health care workers, key transit employees, grocery, restaurant, food, takeout and delivery workers, and residential and commercial building staff, can apply for Regional Enrichment Centers.

Devices for remote schooling
The NYC Department of Education is helping families that need remote learning devices.

After school and enrichment programs

  • All DYCD-funded programs based in NYC DOE schools, including Beacon, are closed.
  • DYCD-funded afterschool programs are conducting virtual check-in and/or remote learning, wherever possible.

IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES

ACCESS NYC Resources For All Immigrants
For information for all of the government benefits, resources, services hosted on ACCESS NYC that are available to immigrants and do not include immigration status as an eligibility determination.

See ACCESS NYC Resources For All Immigrants.

Report Hate and Bias to NYC Government
It is illegal for business owners or staff at places of public accommodations (e.g. grocery stores, medical facilities, restaurants, among others) to kick you out, refuse to serve you, or otherwise treat you less well than other customers because of fears or stigma around COVID-19. This includes harassment or discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived race, national origin, disability, or other protected classes.

If you have faced harassment or discrimination in housing, at work, or in any public place:

If you are a victim of, or witness a hate crime, call 911

Free, safe immigration related legal help
ActionNYC is a network of trusted and safe community organizations and schools.

  • Free legal screenings to find out if you qualify for any immigration benefit
  • Free legal help from an experienced attorney or accredited representative for a range of cases, including:
    Citizenship
  • Green card applications and renewals
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • And more

Call 1-800-354-0365 to make an appointment to get help:

Online English lessons

  • We Speak NYC is offering free weekly online classes.
  • Learn about New York City services available regardless of immigration status
  • View the schedule
  • Sign up

Telephone Assistance With Applying for Unemployment Insurance in Chinese and Spanish
Asian Americans for Equality, a non-profit, is offering assistance by appointment. To be ready, have the following information prepared:

  • Social Security Number
  • Mother’s Maiden Name
  • Valid New York State driver’s license or Non-Driver Photo Identification Card number
  • Complete mailing address and zip code
  • Employer Registration Number or Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) of your most recent employer
  • Complete name, address, zip code and phone number of your most recent employer
  • Alien Registration Card number (if you are not a U.S. Citizen)

To make an appointment:

How to Apply for Unemployment from NY State – Video in Mandarin Chinese from Asian Americans For Equality.

Weekly Immigration Newsletter in Spanish published on WhatsApp
Documented is a non-profit news site, not affiliated with the government, covering NYC immigrants and immigration policies.

  • Contact Documented reporters to ask questions and make suggestions about news to include.
  • Question and answer sessions with special guests, where subscribers can text in questions to be answered by immigration lawyers, diplomats, professors or other experts.

To join (must have Whatsapp installed):

  • Click this link and send the message that appears
  • Save the number to your contact list. It is the only way you can receive every message sent and interact.

Additional Resources for Immigrant Communities

MENTAL HEALTH

Mental Health Support
Contact NYC Well, a confidential 24/7 helpline, staffed by trained counselors, providing counseling and referrals to care in over 200 languages.

Learn more about free mental health services from Thrive NYC
Services are tailored to the needs of:

  • aging New Yorkers
  • veterans
  • students and young people
  • people harmed by violence, crime or abuse
  • substance users

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 

Updates:

NYCHA RESIDENTS

NYCHA Rent Hardship

FOR ORGANIZATIONS

New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF)
Update: Pre-applications for the New York Forward Loan Fund will be open on May 26, 2020 at Noon Eastern Daylight Time.

A new economic recovery loan program aimed at supporting New York State small businesses, nonprofits and small landlords as they reopen after the COVID-19 outbreak and NYS on PAUSE.

  • NYFLF is for the state’s small businesses with 20 or fewer full-time equivalent (FTE) employees (90% of all businesses), nonprofits and small landlords.
  • Priority will be given to industries and regions that have been reopened. This is not a first-come, first-served loan program.
  • Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as regions and industries reopen.
  • For small businesses and nonprofits that are in industries and regions that have not yet reopened, prepare your pre-application in advance. Get help with your loan application.
  • This will allow you to quickly submit your pre-application once it is announced that your industry and region is phased to reopen.
  • Learn about New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF).

Nonprofits
Visit the “Grants and Funding Opportunities” tab on the NYC Comptroller’s page for more information.

Financial Assistance Businesses and Nonprofits
Small Business Administration (SBA) provides small businesses and nonprofits low-interest loans of up to 30 years that they might not have to start repaying for one year. Learn more.

Paycheck Protection Program
Update: The new deadline to apply for a Paycheck Protection Program loan is August 8, 2020.

The Paycheck Protection Program is an SBA loan that will be forgiven if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage interest, or utilities. Learn More.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Overnight Transportation for Essential Workers

As of May 6th, the MTA subway service will be unavailable between 1am to 5am until further notice. Increased bus service and commuter rails will be available. Essential employees can apply for one free trip in a for-hire vehicle per night if:

  • A bus trip would take more than 1 hour and 20 minutes
  • A bus trip requires more than two transfers, or
  • The walk to or from a bus stop is more than 1/2 mile (10 minutes)

You must sign up in order to receive this service.

Learn more and find other resources to help you get where you’re going during the coronavirus pandemic.

Get Help From Your Neighbors
This page lists Mutual Aid Groups, voluntary community groups, in NYC and surrounding areas currently providing support. Groups listed here have not received any type of vetting and are not affiliated with government.

Phone hours:

  • Monday 1:30-8pm (English)
  • Tuesday 5:30-8pm (English, Mandarin)
  • Wednesday 1:30-8pm (English, Español)
  • Friday 1:30-5pm (English, Español)

Discounted Telephone Service

  • Lifeline is a federal program that offers a monthly discount to qualified low-income customers.
  • Apply for a reduced telephone rate provided by Verizon.

Learn more about the Lifeline discounted telephone service.

Internet
Xfinity WiFi Public Hotspots are now open to everyone on the “xfinitywifi” SSID.

Spectrum Internet offers low-income broadband service Spectrum Internet Assist for new customers in select areas.

  • Your family is eligible if you have a child that attends a NYC public school. Families with students in NYC public schools are recipients of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) through the NYC SchoolFood program which offers free breakfast, lunch and afterschool meals to all NYC public school students during the school year.
  • Call the Spectrum Internet Assist toll-free number for help enrolling at 1-844-525-1574.

Justice-Involved New Yorkers

  • Call the ACS Office of Advocacy at 212-676-9421 for concerns related to child welfare and juvenile justice.
  • The Correctional Health Services (CHS) Point of Reentry and Transition Practices (PORT) can help with medical needs/concerns. Call 646-614-1000 or email CHSPORTline@nychhc.org for help with prescriptions for people recently released from jail.
  • Re-entry individuals are eligible for certain public benefits. For more information, see the Re-Entry Benefits FAQ from the Legal Aid Society, a non-profit or call their hotline 888-663-6880.

More resources from the City of New York

Last Updated Thursday, August 6th, 8:52am