We know that during this time of COVID-19 many individuals and families in our community are facing numerous challenges that were brought on by this pandemic - Loss of jobs and income, major health concerns, struggles to pay and keep up with bills and anxiety about what the coming weeks and months may bring.
United Way of Madison County wants to be a resource to you and your family during this time by connecting you to available supports in the community and providing coaching and guidance on how to weather this crisis. Our THRIVE Network coaches are standing by to work with individuals on connecting to resources, applying for financial assistance, finding health insurance options, developing personal budgets to get through this time and employment. If you would like to set an appointment to talk with a coach, fill out our contact form here.
(WEB LINK) Madison County Online COVID-19 Resource Guide - Click here
This is a list of frequently requested community resources that are continually updates as circumstances change.
(WEB LINK) Looking for Henry County Resources? >> Henry County COVID 19 Resources Updated 3-27-20
PathStone Rental Assistance Program (outside Anderson City limits) - Click here for PDF
Rental assistance program for those living outside Anderson City limits that have a documentable COVID-19 related loss of income or other qualifying criteria.
(WEB LINK) Interactive Food Assistance Availability Map - Click here
Learning at Home Resources for E-Learning
THRIVE Network Videos (Tips and Tricks to THRIVE during COVID-19)
(VIDEO) Top 5 things you should do with your stimulus check to keep you track financially through COVID-19.
(VIDEO) Know the resources you have available to you financially make it through the COVID-19 crisis.
(VIDEO) Caring Advice on Filing for Unemployment
(VIDEO) Advice on paying your rent and utiilities during COVID-19
(VIDEO) Creating an emergency budget
Understanding rent moratoriums and avoiding eviction
Tips and Tricks for stretching your food budget
What you should know about mortgages and student loans during COVID-19
Tips for working with creditors during COVID-19