This page is dedicated to identifying resources to assist residents during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Executive Order (GA-34) lifts the mask mandate in Texas on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.
"Make no mistake, COVID-19 has not disappeared," said Governor Abbot, "but it is clear from the recoveries, vaccinations, reduced hospitalizations, and safe practices that Texans are using that state mandates are no longer needed. The March 2, 2021, announcement "does not abandon safe practices that Texans have mastered over the past year. Instead, it is a reminder that each person has a role to play in their own personal safety and the safety of others."
“We are not defenseless against COVID-19,” said CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield. “Cloth face coverings are one of the most powerful weapons we have to slow and stop the spread of the virus – particularly when used universally within a community setting.” Follow this link for more information.
Testing is available at many locations located across our region. Visit this site to locate one closest to you.
The Fate Power Switch gives residential households in the ONCOR power grid the opportunity to join their purchasing power together to obtain a lower electricity rate. Registrants are expected to save between $40 - $50 per month.
211 Texas is available whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling, substance abuse treatment or have nonmedial COVID-19 questions, one number is all you need to know.
Dallas Regional Chamber, along with partners across North Texas, are connecting workers displaced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Several organizations are hiring a large number of employees. Click the link to find openings in essential industries that have ramped up hiring locally.
Altice Advantage Internet is offering a free 60-day Altice Advantage Internet that is available for new residential Internet customers. Limited to those who do not have Suddenlink internet service and share a household with a student (K-12) or a college student.
Mental Health Support Line The North Texas Behavioral Health Authority (NTBHA) is providing a dedicated 24/7 COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line for those experiencing stress and anxiety related to the current state of emergency.
|Adult Protective Services Hotline||Phone: (800) 252-5400||Abuse, neglect and exploitation of adults who are elderly or have disabilities.|
|Austin Street Shelter||Phone: (214) 428-4242
2929 Hickory St.
Dallas, TX 75087
|Baylor College of Dentistry||Phone: (214) 828-8100||Dentistry|
|Crisis Center of Northeast Texas||Phone: (800) 656-4673 or
|Crisis intervention, advocacy and or counseling|
|Family Place Battered Women's Hotline & Shelter||Phone: (214) 941-1991
Rockwall, TX 75087
|Food Stamps||Phone: (972) 771-8386||Food|
|Genesis Women's Shelter||Phone: (214) 946-HELP (4357)
Dallas, TX 75219
|Greenville Community Health Center||Phone: (972) 772-8194||Local primary health care clinic|
|Helping Hands||Phone: (972) 771-4357
Rockwall, TX 75087
|Rental, utility, and food assistance|
|Helping Hands Health Center||Phone: (972) 772-8194||Medical assistance|