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Although Covid-19 has literally transformed our world, the City of Houston remains steadfast and proves to be a pillar of strength in the time of need for citizens. The leadership displayed throughout the state of Texas has been extraordinary.
In an effort to support families with information in real time, Plans of Action Houston is supporting local non-profits, city, state and federal agencies to get the much needed information to families. Please visit our social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for consistent updates. The podcast features guest, sponsors, and more to provide resources to families and the community at-large.
I. Non-profit and Houston Leaders sharing resources
a. www.bakerripley.org – Rental Assistance and more
c. www.stembridgeshouston.com – STEM Bridges Houston: Our partnering non-profit has a running list of resources in Texas on their website for COVID-19 and Beyond. Please visit their website for an updated listing and to receive additional information.
d. www.unitedwayhouston.org – United Way Houston: United Way of Greater Houston and the Greater Houston Community Foundation are standing together to help support those in our community who have been impacted by COVID-19 and those who may be impacted by unforeseen economic conditions. Together, we have established the Greater Houston COVID-19 Recovery Fund to serve our region’s most vulnerable neighbors impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. ~ United Way Houston
II. Student Loan Borrowers
The Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act (HEROES Act) is a sprawling $3 trillion proposal to inject cash and other forms of relief into the economy. ~ Forbes Adam S. Minsky, Esq.
Under the CARES Act, payments, interest, and collections on government-held federal student loans have been suspended through September 30, 2020
III. Texas Health and Human Services