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Critical Supports During COVID-19  

Printable Resources for Residents, Patients, and Clients 


Federal eviction prevention protections for renter 

Renters should complete a Federal Eviction Moratorium Declaration Form and submit a signed copy to their landlord. The federal eviction moratorium expires June 30, 2021, and ensures that no judge can order a tenant to leave their home if they have been unable to pay rent due to COVID-19.  


Visit the Boston Office of Housing Stability website to download fillable PDFs of the declaration in 11 languages.  

Emergency child care 

  • ABCD (List of ABCD Locations) - Contact ABCD to find child care in your area. Residents outside of Boston can contact the ABCD location nearest them for referrals to local childcare agencies in their area.  
  • Child Care Choices of Boston - Access support related to finding childcare and using and renewing child care vouchers
  • Licensed childcare search (MA Dept of Early Education and Care) - Access a list of licensed child care programs across Massachusetts 
  • Federal Child Care and Development Fund (US Dept of Health and Human Services) - Assistance for low-income families who need child care due to work, work-related training, and/or attending school 

Remote learning and internet access

  • Boston Public Schools remote learning resources 
  • Contact your child’s school 
  • MA Dept. of Education  - Find a list of resources to help access the Internet and practice Internet safety for households with children enrolled in remote learning   
  • Tech Goes Home - Access COVID-19 resources for families and students in Boston in need of Chromebook setup, Internet access, digital learning courses, and Zoom support 
  •  - Find out if you qualify for low-cost internet access and computers   

Unemployment and job search resources

Access Toiletries and Hygiene Products 

Resources for older adults and people living with dementia

Critical Housing and Resources 
Handout from BPHC
This two-page handout includes brief descriptions and contact information for agencies that provide urgent supports and social services, including COVID-19 testing information, rent relief and eviction prevention, employment resources, food assistance, fuel assistance, utilities discounts, legal aid, housing placement, and health insurance enrollment.

Eviction One Pager.PNG
This one-pager has contact details for agencies that provide rent and mortgage assistance, information about tenants' rights, legal defense for eviction, foreclosure, and housing subsidy preservation, and emergency shelter, as well as information about the federal eviction moratorium. 

Resource and Information for Tenants 
from the Boston Office of Housing Stability

This handout summarizes tenants' rights in an eviction case and includes links to apply for rent and financial assistance, referrals for legal services, and housing search assistance. 
Other language: Spanish

Boston Food Resource.PNG
Find out how to apply for SNAP or WIC, locate food pantries and fresh produce, and contact the Mayor's Office of Food Access. 

Food Resource 2.PNG
This flyer links to the Greater Boston Food Bank and the Boston Office of Food Access and provides phone numbers to apply for SNAP and Pandemic-EBT assistance. 

Food resources change frequently. Check the City of Boston's Food Resources Map and Office of Food Access website regularly for updated locations for food pantries and soup kitchens. 


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