Navigate social distancing and school closures with quality media and at-home learning opportunities for your kids. (Common Sense)
The NYC Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for all NYC children. Find out how you can get free meals from a location near you.
Click here to find the May schedule for Community Health Action of Staten Island’s Mobile Food Pantry schedule for April. No proof of income needed, but please bring an ID.
Public benefits are changing every day to meet the needs of those effected by COVID-19. ACCESS NYC has up-to-date information and resources about food, money, housing, work & more.
The outbreak of COVID-19 can be overwhelming for parents and frightening to kids. Learn how to communicate with your children during this tough time.
Parents are struggling to balance work, child care and self-care while keeping worries — both your children’s and your own — under control. You don’t have to do it alone.
Children may respond to stress in different ways such as being more clingy, anxious, withdrawing, angry or agitated, etc. Learn how to help them cope in situations like this.