Coronavirus (COVID-19) Responses
Most educational institutions and schools have re-opened. Some school districts still offer virtual learning. Go to your community page to find out the status for your jurisdiction.
Please note some organizations may have limited or modified services to comply with local guidelines. Others may have increased services in response to greater demand. Check the sites below for updates.
461 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10001
Provides housing and other support services, such as education and health, to youth facing homelessness. Call or search site to find nearby shelters.
EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSISTANCE
A centralized online resource with information on federal benefits that you may be eligible for in the United States, including early childhood development. See site to search for federal and state-level benefit programs.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING ASSISTANCE
A centralized online resource with information on federal benefits that you may be eligible for in the United States, including education and training. See site to search for federal and state-level benefit programs.
101 Wyoming St., Syracuse, NY, 13204
Proliteracy is the largest adult literacy and basic education membership organization in the nation.
445 Sherman Ave., Suite 100, Palo Alto, CA 94306
650-331-3280 or 888-275-2054 (toll-free)
Connects exceptional, low-income students with leading colleges and opportunities by working with them from high school through college to their first jobs.
Information on how to access federal student financial aid for higher education.