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Resident Resources

Resident Resources

Learn how to protect yourself and stop the spread of COVID-19

Economic Impact Payments Information

Raleigh Resources


The City of Raleigh assists citizens experiencing an emergency or unstable housing situations through partnering with non-profit community partners to provide assistance. Below is a list of available services and contact information.

Cash, Medical and Nutritional Assistance

  • For Food & Nutrition Services please click HERE
  • List of free food banks and pantries in the area Food bank
  • To apply for Nutrition, Cash and Medical Assistance, visit

Unemployment Insurance

  • A National program created to provide a temporary source of income for workers who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own, while they conduct an active search for work.
  • May be available to individuals who are involuntarily unemployed as a result of COVID-19
  • Varies around $187 and $240 per week
  • Visit
  • You can also watch HOW TO VIDEO  To Learn How To File An Unemployment Insurance Claim

Employment Resources


Childcare Assistance

Programs for those seeking help finding childcare. To learn more visit them at NC Childcare

Additional Business Resources

The EDPNC has published useful information and resources for businesses. To learn more, visit Business-relief-resources-covid-19  

Developmental Disability

The North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities (NCCDD) wants to be a resource to share valuable information about the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, to help people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families stay safe and healthy.  Please see the resources below that NCCDD has found and please feel free to share. Visit for more information.

North Carolina Early Intervention

  • Allowed for children receiving services within our program, until a later specified time identified by NCDHHS. Visit for more information.