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Childcare for COVID-19 Essential Workers
Arizona is committed to making sure parents have access to the resources they need as we work to get our state through the COVID-19 outbreak. Following the announcement by Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman, Arizona Enrichment Centers were established to offer child care for the children of first responders, critical healthcare workers, and essential public sector workers, including child safety workers. It is essential that child care is available so that first responders and emergency teams can continue to go to work and serve the community during the state of emergency. Learn more by visiting Arizona Enrichment Centers.
Our Destination Medicine team at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center is providing Childcare referral service, submit your request for assistance here.
Boys & Girls Club of Arizona
Remote learning options are not always viable for elementary, middle or high school children (5-17) who do not have a supportive adult, technology equipment/Wi-Fi or adequate nutrition at home. As a youth development organization, we are also concerned with impact distance learning will have increasing the equity gap in all areas, including academic, social emotional, economic, and nutrition for vulnerable community members. Starting in August, BGCAZ will be offering 18 distance learning sites throughout the Valley. Additional details can be found at https://www.bgcaz.org. You may also download our flyer.
Job Openings for Staff with Family Members Who Need Employment
To view current job openings, visit the Arizona at Work website.
Additional Childcare Resources
Sands Chevrolet is offering employees a complimentary car interior steam cleaning to sanitize against bacteria/viruses. The vehicle can be dropped-off or they will pick-up. Requests for this service can be made at [email protected] or by calling (623) 687-3151.
Airbnb is offering temporary housing for healthcare workers in a program they call Frontline Stays. The property may be offered to the first responder at a full-rate, a discounted rate, or for free – that is up to the host. Additional details are available at Airbnb.com/COVID19relief.
Our Destination Medicine concierge services is providing support with finding hotels, lodging and other support.
Now thru December 2020, Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center employees can use CORPORATE ID# 0002771617 for the first-responder rate at Hampton Inn Phoenix Midtown – Downtown, 160 W. Catalina Drive – Phoenix, AZ 85013. To learn more call, (602) 200-0990.
Choice Hotels is extending special hotel rates to the workers and volunteers serving our communities during the COVID-19 crisis. Please request the Choice Cares rate.
The NCG Group is offering discounts to Dignity Health employees who are extend their services to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic
Staybridge Suites Scottsdale – Talking Stick
You must use or mention Corporate ID 100863430 when booking.
In honor of the #EverydayHeroes fighting on the front lines of COVID-19, we’re offering all essential workers an instant complimentary GOLD membership upgrade.
Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program
On Monday, March 8, the City of Phoenix will begin administering its new Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program. Phoenix has approved $51 million for the ERA program. To apply you must be a Phoenix resident, make less than $62,250 for a family of four, and be able to demonstrate financial impact due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds can be put towards rent, utility bills, and water and trash bills. Schedule an appointment by calling Phoenix's Human Services Department at 602-534-AIDE (2433) on Mondays only, starting at 8 a.m. In addition to the Phoenix Human Services Department, the non-profit Wildfire will be helping to administer the program. Wildfire’s application link will be added after the program launches on March 8. You can learn more here.
East Valley Financial Assistance Program - AZCEND
A local nonprofit in the East Valley called AZCEND has received significant financial funding through the CARES Act to help support families living in Chandler, Gilbert, Sun Lakes or Queen Creek. They are awarding up to $4,500 per family to help pay rent/mortgages, utilities and other expenses to people experiencing financial challenges due to COVID. For more information, click the following link - https://azcend.org/community-action-program/.
Brave Heart Fund
Together, New York Life and Cigna, created the Brave of Heart Fund, dedicated to providing healthcare workers and their families with peace of mind. The Fund is designed to provide financial support in the form of charitable relief grants to support the families of healthcare workers who lose their lives to COVID-19. In addition, Cigna behavioral health will provide emotional support and services. If you have a lost a family member who is a healthcare worker to COVID-19, please click the link below and click “Verify Eligibility” to start the grant process at https://www.braveofheartfund.com/.
To view an ultimate list of resources and discount offers for health care workers during COVID-19, visit nurse.org.
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