Greater Lowell Community Resources In Response To COVID

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Greater Lowell Community Resources in response to h CenterLowell GeneralHospitalCVS Pharmacy atLowell navirusAvailable for home deliveryWithin 3 business days978-805-1004Emergency Resources and InformationOrganizationDays/HoursCity of LowellM-FEmergency8:30AM – 4:30PMOperations CenterCommunityM–FTeamwork Inc.8:30AM – 5PMMass.govAdditional ResourcesOrganizationLifting Lowellians:Assistance andMutual Aid (LLAMA)ComcastW.I.C. (Women,Infants & Children)The Wish ProjectUpdated 3/24/2020Days/HoursAccess toAffordable/freeInternet for 3MonthsM-F8:30AM -5PMClosed to Walk-InServiceTo Access call oremailDaysM-FM-ThSaturdayHours8AM-5PM5PM-8PM (telephonic)9AM – fo@thewishproject.org

FoodOrganizationBoys & Girls Clubof Greater LowellServiceGrab & GoLunch/DinnerChild NutritionOutreach ProgramChrist UnitedChurchLife ConnectionsSites with foodavailableLiving WatersBaggedBreakfast/LunchLowell PublicSchools(Under 18 ONLY)Food TruckHot meals To GOLoading DockLowell SeniorCenter (60 )Breakfast To GoLunch To GoMeals on WheelsMerrimack ValleyCatholic CharitiesBags of foodMill City GrowsOpen Pantry ofGreater LowellProject BreadSalvation ArmyCommunity TableSt. Paul’sUpdated 3/24/2020Online orders, caseby case, LowellONLYBags of foodEntrance @ 200Central St, Lowell,MAFoodSource HotlineBreakfast (55 )Lunch (55 )Bagged DinnersDay(s)M-FTime11 AM to 1PMWednesdayshttps://meals4kids.org/summer10AM – 1PMM/T/W12 – 2PMM – THWednesdayEvenings9 AM – 12 PM5:30 PM - 7:00 PMContact978-458-4526657 Middlesex St.Lowell, MA978-997-0588193 Appleton St.Lowell, MAT/Th/F9AM - 1:30PM978-323-467310 Kirk St.Lowell, MA Barlett (11-11:30 AM) – 79 Wannalancit St. Butler (12:45-1:30 PM) – 1140 Gorham St. Greenhalge (10:30-11 AM) – 149 Ennell st. Lincoln (1:30-2:00 PM) – 300 Chelmsford St. Moody (12-12:30 PM) – 158 Rogers St. Murkland (12:45-1:15 PM) – 350 Adams St. Pawtucketville (12-12:30 PM) – 425 W. Meadow Rd. Robinson (11:15-11:45 AM) – 110 June St. STEM/Rogers (10:30 AM-1:00 PM) – 43 Highland St.Everyday7AM – 9AM978-674-117210AM – 11:30AM276 Broadway St.Lowell, MA1-800-892-0890Fridays10AM – 12PM978-454-994670 Lawrence St.Lowell, MAOrder by 3-669313 Hurd St. Lowell,MA978-758-9186273 Summer St.Lowell, MAEliot PresbyterianChurch

Substance Use Recovery SupportGroupSubstance Abuse HelplineLowell House Inc. Individual and Group treatment,Recovery Coaching, Case Management Support or tojoin early recovery Structured Outpatient AddictionsProgram (SOAP)Recovery CaféLowell House Inc. Distress/ Informational Call-In LineDigital Recovery MeetingsAA MeetingsLowell Crisis TeamSupport GroupsGroupCenter for Hope & Healing LiveChat Services for Sexual AssaultSurvivorsSuicide 4hr hotlineSamaritans statewide hotlineCall or Text: 1-877-870-HOPE (4673)National Suicide Prevention line1-800-273-TALK (8255)The Trevor Project (For LGBTQ )1-866-488-7386Veteran’s Crisis Line1-800-273-8255 press 1Text 838255COPLINE (International Law EnforcementOfficers’ Hotline)1-800-267-5463Statewide Hotline Safelink1-877-785-2020Lowell Police Department, FamilyServices Unit978-674-450224hr hotline24hr hotline24hr hotline24hr hotlineM-F 8AM – 4:30PM24/724/7 hotline24/7 hotlineUpdated 3/24/2020Open Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 12:30 PM9am-5pm: (978) 866-9145After Hours: (978) 866-91457 days a week, at 9am 12pm 3pm, 9pmwww.Unityrecovery.zoom.us/my/allrecovery2pm EverydayDial-in Number: (425) 436-6360Access Code: 422932#(800) 830-5177Day(s)/HoursM-F 9am to 5pm24hr hotline24hr hotlineDomestic Violence Hotline:ContactCall 1-800-327-5050Call (978) 459-8656For Emergencies DIAL 911Non Emergencies 978-937-3200Alternative House1-888-291-6228Local Line: 978-454-1436

Unemployment AssistanceVisit come-unemployed-in-massachusettsRemote Legal AssistanceKNOW YOUR RIGHTS IN HOUSING COURT DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK1. POSTPONED COURT DATES: All pending eviction cases are postponed until no earlier than Tuesday, April 21,2020.2. GET ADVICE BEFORE SIGNING AN AGREEMENT for Judgment. Online information is available atwww.masslegalhelp.org. “Self-help” evictions or “lock-outs” are illegal.If you have questions about a pending eviction case and are low-income and without your own lawyer, you maycontact the following paralegals for an intake/assistance:LowellEden Chorm, Tel. 781-254-1265LynnLorraine Medrano, Tel. 781-244-1403LawrenceMyrta Cupeles, Tel. 781-254-2831Educational Resources – Online LearningGradeResourcePre-K - 12Lowell Public Schools Online Khttps://drive.google.com/open?id 15oSE6Y1ScofypRnyaTDC4wTRA5Nh-N8GBlossom and RootElementaryhttps://drive.google.com/open?id 1u7nzwMzTJujJKf7YOp8FU2vbBMseCkpgWilder ChildMiddlehttps://drive.google.com/open?id 1Dtbes2mDgh7ZDi8Nn78W67s2NQ7DA7XPHigh Schoolhttps://drive.google.com/open?id 1R4s6TVN1zt3uVHrCLeGR6BKr2AXPlMnxK - 12Virtual Field TripsUpdated 3/24/2020Foundations in Social JusticeGlobal VillageIllustrative MathematicsLowell Library- COVID-19 ServicesMatch FishtankOakland Public Schools (Searchable by grade level)Radical Math (Math/STEM focused)Scholastic Learn at HomeSquilt MusicStoryline OnlineTeaching ToleranceThe Conscious KidsZinn Education ProjectThese are websites that have videos and activities kids can enjoy: Click here

Essex County Community Resources in Response to COVID-19FoodOrganizationMethuen Public SchoolLawrence Public Schools(Ages 1-18 residents ofLawrence)Boys and Girls Club ofLawrenceMerrimack Valley YMCAGrab n Go LunchesLocationTenney Grammer School (Upper School side)M.A.N. Methuen Arlington Neighborhood(141 Tenney street, Methuen, MA)Arlington School, Guilmette School, Lawrence High School,Parthum School, Wetherbee School136 Water St, Lawrence, MARight Side EntranceLawrence YMCA – Youth and TeensFrontline Health Worker ResourcesOrganizationLocationYMCA (Northshore)Greater Beverly-Emergency Childcare(Sterling YMCS)Salem YMCAHaverhill YMCAUpdated s/HoursM-F9AM – 12PMM-F11AM – 1PM11AM-1PMM-F4:30PM-6PMM-F3PM – 5MDays/Hours7AM-6PM

Lawrence) Arlington School, Guilmette School, Lawrence High School, Parthum School, Wetherbee School 11AM-1PM Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence 136 Water St, Lawrence, MA Right Side Entrance M-F 4:30PM-6PM Merrimack Valley YMCA Grab n Go Lunches Lawrence YMCA – Youth

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