Due to COVID-19, distance learning has become the new normal for the 2020 school year. Teachers throughout Utah are hosting online classes to help students continue the school year. From internet connections to additional educational materials, these resources will help you and your student distance learn.
If you need internet to help your student learn, check out these resources.
If you need help during the COVID-19 pandemic and don't know where to turn, start by contacting 211. 211 is the largest resource database in the country and can connect you to organizations throughout the state. Resources include rent assistance, utility payment help, food pantries, mental health resources, and much more. Begin your search now.
Help the Utah Community amid COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Here are a few ways you can get involved.
The COVID-19 Community Response Fund will support economically-vulnerable Utahans by supporting organizations specialized in rental assistance or mortgage payment assistance; rapid rehousing, shelter diversion, homeless shelters; crisis nurseries and childcare providers; healthcare services for vulnerable Utahns; as well as 211 Information and Referral.
For those of you who are not in a high-risk group and are looking for ways to help, check out our list of volunteer opportunities and in-kind donation needs from our partners that have been deemed high-need.
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