COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES

General Information Resources

Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) Novel Coronavirus information page: http://bit.ly/INCoronavirus 

IDOH coronavirus call center (open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 days a week): 877-826-0011

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus (COVID-19) - What you Need to Know: 
http://bit.ly/CDCcoronavirusNTK or call 800-232-4636

For COVID-19 testing information, including a map of testing sites throughout the state: https://bit.ly/INTestingMap

For more information on various state resources (job openings and training, education, health care, child care, etc.) aimed at helping Hoosiers take their next step in life: https://bit.ly/YourNextStepIN

Vaccine Resources

To see who is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Indiana: http://bit.ly/INCovidVaccineEligibility

To find vaccination sites and register to receive a vaccine, for those currently eligible: http://bit.ly/INVaccineRegistration or call 2-1-1 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. any day of the week.

To see how many people have gotten vaccinated throughout Indiana: http://bit.ly/3v5dLkB

To find information about the vaccine from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://bit.ly/C19VaccineInfo

Unemployed Workers

To find answers to frequently asked questions about Indiana unemployment benefits: https://bit.ly/DWDUnemploymentFAQ or http://bit.ly/DWDUnemployment

To watch a presentation by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) covering the basics of filing for unemployment insurance: https://bit.ly/UnemploymentPresentation

If the resources above do not answer your questions about unemployment benefits, contact the DWD directly by calling 800-891-6499.

Employers

To find resources for business owners affected by COVID-19: https://bit.ly/COVIDbusiness or call the Indiana Economic Development Corporation at 800-463-8081

If your business can help Indiana fight COVID-19 by sharing or producing medical supplies, or in any other way, please email covidresponse@iedc.in.gov

To learn more about Indiana's Economic Activity Stabilization and Enhancement (EASE) program aimed at supporting the state's manufacturing industry: https://bit.ly/EASEprogram

To apply for emergency assistance through the U.S. Small Business Administration: https://bit.ly/SBACoronavirusRelief or call 800-659-2955

To read an unemployment insurance FAQ document from the Department of Workforce Development for employers: https://bit.ly/DWDEmployerFAQ

To access the PPE Directory, which connects Hoosier businesses to Indiana companies providing PPE for purchase, visit: https://bit.ly/PPEDirectory

Education

To view Indiana Department of Education COVID-19 Resources for Indiana Schools: http://bit.ly/DOEschoolresources

The IDOH School COVD-19 Dashboard can be found here: http://bit.ly/INSchoolDashboard

Courts and Corrections

Indiana Department of Correction COVID-19 response policies: http://bit.ly/DOCcovid

To find general legal assistance and service information, visit: http://bit.ly/IndianaCourtsAccess

Child Care

To view Child Care Resource and Referral Agency maps: http://bit.ly/FSSAcarefinder

To learn about Brighter Futures – an organization that helps families find and pay for care: http://bit.ly/BrighterFutures20 or call 800-299-1627

Housing Assistance

Landlords and tenants can participate in a free court mediation process to settle rental disputes without going through eviction. To find out more about this program: http://bit.ly/LandlordTenantProgram. To apply to participate in the program: http://bit.ly/LandlordTenantApp

For a FAQ page on foreclosure and eviction matters, visit https://bit.ly/ForeclosureResources

If you need help paying your mortgage, visit https://bit.ly/GetHopeMortgage or call 877-GET-HOPE (877-438-4673)

To learn about some options for assistance available to renters, visit: http://bit.ly/INHousingNowPage

Social Services

To apply for Family and Social Services Administration benefits: http://bit.ly/FSSABenefitsPage or call 800-403-0864

To find information on a variety of community resources: https://bit.ly/IN211 or call 2-1-1

To find food banks and meal service sites near you: https://bit.ly/FSSAFoodAssistance

To find services for older adults and their families: https://bit.ly/ElderCareLocator or call 1-800-677-1116

To get 24-7 crisis counseling and support from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Disaster Distress Helpline: Call 800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746

For a list of free mental health resources that have been vetted by experts to help Hoosiers manage their mental health, visit https://bit.ly/BeWellIndiana

Other Resources

To find the U.S. Department of Agriculture's list of resources and assistance specific to rural communities: https://bit.ly/USDARuralResources

The IDOH Long-Term Care Facility COVID -19 Dashboard can be foundhere: http://bit.ly/LongTermCareDashboard

There has been a severe increase in identity theft and fraud cases occurring since the outset of COVID-19. If you believe you may be the victim of identity theft, you should file a claim with the Federal Trade Commission at IdentityTheft.gov. Additionally, contact the Indiana Attorney General's Office by phone at (317) 232-6330 or online at https://www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/2895.htm.

Announcements from State Leaders

Gov. Holcomb's Executive Orders: https://bit.ly/INExecOrders