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Covid-19 Help 

  1. Benefits.gov 

Benefits.gov (formerly GovBenefits.gov) was one of the earliest “E-Government” initiatives to launch in 2002 as part of the President’s Management Agenda and was established as the official benefits website of the U.S. government. Prior to Benefits.gov, citizens looking for government benefit information had to search through a complicated maze of web pages. There was no easy-to-use, single source of benefits information to help citizens understand which benefits programs they may be eligible for, or how to apply. Operated, managed, and supported by a Federal agency Partnership, Benefits.gov provides an innovative, technology-based solution to benefit information delivery. Today, millions of citizens have easy, online access to information from across multiple Federal agencies on Benefits.gov. The beneficiaries include U.S. citizens, businesses, and Federal and state government entities.

 

  • Where can I find Coronavirus resources on Benefits.gov?
  • Where can I find unemployment resources?
  • Where can I find healthcare resources?
  • Where can I find loans and other resources for my business?
  • How can I help during the Coronavirus outbreak?
  • Where can I apply for Unemployment Assistance?
  • How can I get my economic impact payment (stimulus check)?
  • Hotline Support

 

  1. USA Gov

USA.gov is your online guide to government information and services 

Click here to know all the resources offered by this portal. Among the topics covered in this informative portal are:

 

  • Rules for the reopening of the United States 
  • Updates on the economic stimulus with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  • The Federal Government response in the following areas:
  1. Health and Safety: (information from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), information for Medicare beneficiaries, orientation for cancer patients with the Cancer Institute, among other topics.
  2. Travel, immigration, and transportation: guidance for those who have to travel by plane with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), arrival restrictions for certain foreign citizens from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), updates from the Citizenship and Immigration Service of the United States (USCIS)
  3. Businesses and Companies: loans and financial aid from the Federal Agency for the Development of Small Businesses (SBA), protection of workers against labor discrimination with the Commission for Equal Employment Opportunities, support for American workers, and companies of the Treasury Department.
  4. Social Security benefits
  5. Information for students and parents with the Federal Student Aid Office (FSA)