If you test positive for COVID-19, call your health care provider to ask about treatment options. If you don’t have a provider, call 212-268-4319. See more information on treatment today: https://on.nyc.gov/3QqJLLn.
Black history is American history. This year on June 19, for the first time in New York City history, we mark Juneteenth as a paid city holiday. We hope all New Yorkers will join us to celebrate the freedom African Americans waited too long for. Visit the official Juneteenth site today at NYC.Gov/Juneteenth.
FREE COVID-19 test kits are being handed out in your borough! Keep your family and friends safe. Find a location near you to pick up your FREE kits.
At Risk of Eviction? Completing an ERAP form could help delay eviction court proceedings and keep you in your home. Learn about more resources available today.
Vaccines save lives. When children get the COVID-19 vaccine, they help protect others who are at risk for severe COVID-19 illness. Find a vaccine near you: nyc.gov/vaccinefinder
The Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity (TRIE) has stayed true to their promise. Over the past year and a half they’ve developed over 30+ initiatives and policy that lift up communities of color. With commitment and passion, TRIE continues to bridge the gap between community groups and the city.
The Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity (TRIE) is making a difference for communities of color and pushing for equity across all five boroughs. Review TRIE's important assessments and initiative progress in our 2020 report.
At risk of eviction? It's always illegal for your landlord to lock you out of your apartment or cut off your utilities. Find out what resources are available for you today.