COVID-19 Resources in Boston

The government of Massachusetts has compiled an extensive list of COVID-19 resources for those living in the state. It goes over your rights as an employee, housing, small businesses, students, has multi-lingual and immigrant resources, and much more.

The city of Boston has a similar set of resources located here. There are resources available in several languages, and a page available specifically for immigrants.

Below is a list of other resources available:

  • Brigham and Woman Faulkner Hospital’s community resource guide, which has information on child and elder care, domestic violence, education, financial help, and more
  • Publiccounsel.net’s resources on social services during the pandemic
  • Greater Boston’s Chamber of Commerce’s resources targeted to those who are working
  • Project Hope, which is aimed towards helping low-income woman succeed, also has a list of resources

The following fact sheet provided by Rhode Island’s government has information on how to stop the spread of the pandemic:

The following fact sheet regarding the COVID-19 vaccine has been provided by the Massachusetts government:

Please note that NUMutualAid is not affiliated with any of the resources mentioned on this page and not an official source of COVID-19 information.