The following information is being kept up-to-date as regularly as possible with
resources and opportunities to both get and give help.
Visit cdc.gov to learn more.
Click here for the latest updates on the number of cases, the age, gender, and location of presumptive positive, indeterminate and confirmed cases from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Chattanooga Small Business Grants
Community organizations are working around the clock to ensure every Greater Chattanoogan has the resources they need under the circumstances of COVID-19. Supplies, donations and volunteer efforts are in high demand. View opportunities to donate and volunteer by clicking below. Information provided by the United Way of Greater Chattanooga.
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Available resources are shifting on a regular basis. Individuals and households looking for information on emergency shelter, food, clothing, financial assistance and other needs can view our partners by clicking below.
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Health Tip and Tools for your Lifestyle During Pandemic COVID-19
Minimize your trips to the supermarket.
Visualize breakfast, lunch, and dinner for at least 5 days. What will you serve? What do you need? Consider the foods your family likes, your food preparation methods, interests and skills, and the time and energy you will have for preparing meals. Working from home may not mean there is more time to cook—especially if you are now responsible for teaching your kids and doing the work your employer expects.
The healthiest meals emphasize whole grains, vegetables, and fruits—serve them in the greatest amounts. Meat portions should be smaller—this will save you money and help keep dietary saturated fat in check. Read More...