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For people who are unable to secure a childcare plan, call 2-1-1 to identify open spaces for care near your work or home.
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Identify those who could be at high risk for complications from COVID-19 to ensure their needs are taken into consideration.
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Phase 3 Guidance is coming November 8, 2020.
COVID-19 and You
To find a site near you please text “FOODSHARE” to 85511 or go to www.foodshare.org/mobile.
To find a food pantry and other resources near you, call 2-1-1 or go to https://www.211ct.org/.
If interested in volunteering or would like to donate to help us continue to serve our neighbors visit www.foodshare.org
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Last Updated On: June 18th 2020
To: Residents and Customers of the Farmington Valley Health District
In response to COVID-19 outbreak, effective immediately, FVHD asks that you do as much paperwork as possible through electronic means, i.e. phone 860-352-2333, email, (a list of staff email addresses can be found on our website www.fvhd.org), fax 860-352-2542 and USPS.
Credit card payments can be made over the phone, and we accept checks through the mail. All applications and FVHD files can be viewed and downloaded from www.fvhd.org. Take note that processing time for applications of any kind will be much longer than usual as all non-essential work is not being completed at this time. We greatly appreciate your cooperation to help us slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
IF, you must come into our office, please use the dedicated area to complete paperwork.
DO NOT ENTER OUR OFFICE IF YOU ARE SICK.
HAVE YOU BEEN IN NYC IN THE PAST TWO WEEKS?
The cases of COVID-19 in NYC are increasing more rapidly than anywhere else in the United States. This means that individuals who have spent time in NYC are at greater risk of having been exposed to the virus. If you have been to NYC in the past two weeks, you are being urged to self quarantine for 14 days from the date of your return to prevent the spread of the virus. Click here to learn more.