There are lots of options for free COVID testing in Philadelphia. Click here to find one that works for you.
A third, $1400 stimulus payment should have been sent out in the same method you received the first one. Make sure you are checking in with your old address if you moved since the first payment and it came via mail.
If you still haven’t received one or both payments, check out this comprehensive flyer detailing the steps you should take.
Emergency Renters and Homeowners Assistance
- Phase 4 of Rental Assistance Payment is now open. Visit www.phlrentassist.org to apply.
- Many mortgages are protected from foreclosure through the end of 2020, and there is additional relief available. Visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for more information.
- As of January 2021, PGW relief grants of $300 are available to those who face pandemic-related financial hardships. See details here.
Visit phillytenant.org for information and help, or call their evictions hotline at 267-443-2500.
With food insecurity on the rise, here are more food resources in Philadelphia than ever before. Check out the city’s map of food distribution sites to see what makes the most sense for you, and view a calendar of free meals here.
- Liberty Resources offers delivery for the home-bound. Visit them here or call their office at 215-634-2000
Click here to see what emergency resources are extended to veterans during the COVID crisis.
Youth Resources (24 and under)
Youth Valley House’s Synergy Project can help with a variety of homeless services. Call their hotline 888-468-7315 or connect with them safely in person outside every Wednesday, 12pm-3pm, at 118 N Broad, by the Paintbrush. Check out their website for more.