COVID-19 Community Resources
If your organization would like to be included on this list please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tips for Getting Through the COVID-19 Shutdown
The stay home - stay safe order is an important aspect of Washington State’s defense against the COVID-19 virus. But prolonged isolation can be difficult to weather. Here are a few tips and tricks brought to you by the Lewis County Community Services Coalition to help you make it through. https://twintransit.org/2020/05/08/2009/
COVID-19 Testing Sites
Click here to see where you can get COVID-19 testing in Lewis County.
TwinTransit will continue to provide paratransit service for those living with a disability access for necessary medical appointments, grocery drugstores, & other essential services. Info at: https://twintransit.org/
Senior Center Meals
TwinTransit, UWofLewisCounty & Lewis County Seniors have teamed up to deliver food to those age 60 and over who are sheltering in their homes. Call 1-855-581-9495 weekdays to volunteer or order meals. More info at: https://bit.ly/2WuAesu
Catholic Community Services
Lewis County Restaurants
Lewis County Restaurants with Take-out, Delivery and Curbside Meal Options: http://www.lewistalk.com/2020/03/21/lewis-county-restaurants-with-take-out-delivery-and-curbside-meal-options/
Emergency Broadband Benefit
The Universal Administrative Co. and the FCC have partnered to provide broadband funding for qualifying families. Funding is available of up to $75 per month for internet services as well as a one-time payment of $100 toward a desktop, laptop, etc. See the PDF here: Emergency Broadband Benefits Program or go to https://getemergencybroadband.org/# for details or to determine eligibility.