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COVID-19 & Flu Prevention Infographics

Download and share these images within your community for COVID-19 and flu prevention. We welcome all partners and individuals to share these widely to inform the public about proper prevention strategies to lessen the negative impact of COVID-19 and the flu in our region. Some ideas for sharing your favorite infographics are on social media platforms, a website, e-mail blasts, newsletters, and more. 

LORHN Community Resource Guides

COVID-19 Information & Resources

  • In addition to the sites listed on the governemnt link, Florida Community Health Centers is also providing vaccination and testing at their Clewiston, Moore Haven, and Pahokee clinics, Contact your local clinic for more information.

  • Contact the infusion location(s) to learn their referral procedures and whether they are accepting new patients.

    A call center is available to answer questions and provide information related to monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatments at the following phone numbers: 1-877-332-6585 (English Language); 1-877-366-0310 (Spanish Language)

  • The Florida Dept. of Children and Families (DCF) has implemented various extensions, waivers, and increase in benefits for families. Click the link above for up-to-date information or call DCS’s Customer Call Center at (850) 300-4323 or (866) 762-2237.

  • The Palm Beach County Community Services Department (CSD) has contracted with the Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc. and Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. to provide county residents with free legal representation and assistance in handling landlord/tenant matters and past due payments through the Rapid Response Eviction Assistance Project (RREAP). The program term is from Aug. 1 through Dec. 30, 2020. To be eligible the rental unit must be in Palm Beach County and the tenant's income is under 140% of Area Median Income. Documentation is required. For more information, click the link or call (561) 655-8944.

  • View cases for the state and by county. This information is updated daily.

  • What you need to know about the coronavirus and educational materials for the community. The COVID-19 Call Center is available 24/7, 1 (866) 779-6121 or

  • US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention share information about what you need to know, resources for the community, COVID-19 cases in the US, latest updates, and information for healthcare professionals.

  • Read the latest updates about Economic Self-Sufficiency (ACCESS), child care, mental health treatment facilities, substance abuse, child welfare, and mental health services.

  • The Rural Health Information Hub (RHIhub) has organized a guide to share information and activities underway to help federal and state agencies, healthcare facilities, and other organizations respond to the COVID-19 crisis.

Resource for LORHN Service Areas

  • August 2020 - This CMS document provides important updates related to telehealth and other virtual services, CMS hospitals without walls, CMS facilities without walls (temporary expansion sites), patients over paperwork, workforce, payment, data reporting, and additional guidance for rural health care providers and facilities.

  • Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) shares this COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions for individuals whose employment has been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.

  • View frequently asked questions and responses from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. More information can be found on their website under 'Claimant FAQs.'

  • At the request of Governor DeSantis, and in accordance with the federal Families First Coronavirus Act, the Department of Children and Families ( will waive work requirements for individuals participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. More information in the PDF linked above, with links to MyACCESS and the Florida Department of Health's press release regarding this update.

  • The Department of Children and Families (DCF) is issuing emergency SNAP (food assistance or food stamp) supplements to many SNAP households to help buy food during the pandemic crisis. Read this handout for information about the extra SNAP benefits based on household size and more information about SNAP benefits as well as other helpful COVID-19 resources.

  • April 21, 2020 - Florida Department of Children and Families has made it possible to order groceries online for curbside pick-up or delivery using EBT cards. The first two participating retailers are Walmart and Amazon, check this link for updates. Please keep in mind, EBT cards can only be used to purchase eligible grocery items and cannot be used for delivery services.

  • The FL Department of Emergency Management created this one-page flyer to share who is eligible for the government stimulus payment ($1,200 per person) as well as how to change your address and complete a form with the IRS if taxes have not been filed in 2018/2019.

  • The FL Housing Coalition hosts weekly webinars that are recorded and posted on this site with a list of resources to help individuals and families. Weekly updates are provided on the COVID-19 response for housing and homelessness in Florida.

  • Use this search tool provided by Feeding Florida. If you cannot locate food near you, please email and we will do our best to connect you with local resources around Lake Okeechobee.

  • Comcast is offering free Xfinity WiFi, pausing data plans, no disconnect or late fees, internet essentials free to new customers, news and educational content on X1 and Flex.

  • If you, or someone in your household, have lost their job or health insurance (or meet other qualifying criteria) you may be eligible to enroll in Health Insurance via the Marketplace as a "Special Enrollment." LORHN staff is trained to help individuals and families apply for health insurance via the Marketplace, Florida KidCare, or Medicaid. Due to COVID-19, we are currently assisting clients via the telephone. Contact to schedule an appointment.

  • CATCH Global Foundation has set up a Google Classroom to provide free and easy access to several of CATCH's evidence-based health, nutrition, and physical education materials. These activities require limited space and supervision and are organized into three sections: Physical Activities, Activity Breaks, and Family Health and Nutrition.

  • A free smartphone app that is scientifically proven to support patients in recovery by reducing relapse and promoting pro-social engagement. This mobile app was designed by the Addiction Policy Forum and CHESS Health. Individuals can use the app to track your sobriety, access e-therapy to learn new recovery skills, connect with trained counselors and peers through messaging, track your treatment plan and set reminders, journal daily about your journey, and discover helpful videos, testimonials and more through the unique resource library.

  • Florida Blue, in partnership with New Directions Behavioral Health, is offering a free bilingual emotional support helpline for all Floridians experiencing feelings of stress, anxiety, trauma, and grief due to the COVID-19 health crisis. The 24-hour toll-free helpline is 833-848-1762.

  • Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) is a supplemental benefit for households with children who have temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to pandemic-related school closures. Read this FAQ sheet for information about eligibility, delivery of benefits, and more.

Hendry & Glades Counties

  • STREAM is the new Hendry Glades Transportation System. Call 877-935-4487 to schedule rides, confirm upcoming trips, or for more information. STREAM transports Hendry and Glades residents out of the counties for appointments on Tuesdays & Thursdays only.

  • Hendry County residents are asked to dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-887-9234 for any assistance or needs that they may have regarding COVID-19. Current hours for the hotline are 8 am - 6 pm, Monday - Friday.

  • This grant allows Healthcare Network to offer up to three free mental health sessions to frontline workers and their families in need of support as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including teachers, healthcare workers, protective service and first responders, grocery store workers, agricultural workers, janitors and maintenance workers, and truck drivers. This service is available for residents of Glades, Hendry, and Collier counties. Appointments are in-person or via telehealth. Call (239) 675-7086 for more information.

  • April 15, 2020 - View press release from Hendry Regional Medical Center sharing the launch of telehealth virtual visits with primary care providers in their clinics in LaBelle and Clewiston. To schedule an appointment in Clewiston call (863) 983-3434 and for LaBelle call (863) 675-2356.

  • 8/3/2020 - Hendry County residents and businesses that have been directly affected by COVID-19 can apply for financial assistance through HendryCARES. Visit www,HendryCARES,com for information about eligibility, applications, and FAQs.

  • For Hendry County residents. See if you're eligible, how to apply, and income guidelines. LORHN staff can help with the application process, call (863) 532-3059.

  • Important information from Hendry County Emergency Management on slowing the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

  • Glades County has funds for housing assistance for county residents that have been directly affected by COVID-19. Funds will be used to assist with rent, mortgage, and utilities. The application period will be open August 12, 2020 - December 31, 2020, or until all funds have been expended. Call (863) 946-6125 for assistance.

Palm Beach, Martin & Okeechobee Counties

  • April 13, 2020 - Read the press release to learn how Your Aging & Disability Resource Center Palm Beach/Treasure Coast is contacting 1,825 seniors on their waiting list for home-delivered meals as a result of new stimulus funding.

  • April 9, 2020 - Both agencies are collaborating to address the public's increasing needs due to COVID-19 in Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, and Indian River counties. Seniors (60+) are encouraged to call the ADRC Helpline at 1-866-684-5885 Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. 2-1-1 is available 24/7, 365 days a year to receive crisis counseling, suicide intervention, information, assessment and referral to community services. You can also connect with 2-1-1 online or by texting your zip code to 898-211.

  • Treasure Coast NA continues to offer daily support by moving many meetings to an online format using Zoom. Help is also available 24/7 on the TCNA Helpline, (772) 232-8676.

  • Palm Beach County Department of Community Services' webpage has many resources available for COVID-19 relief. View their resources toolkit, explore various community and county-wide resources, watch prevention webinars, and apply for CARES Act funding (rent and utilities). The site is available in English, Spanish, and Creole.

  • This page provides Martin County COVID-19 updates, daily data, and community resources. Information regarding assistance for individuals can be found under the Community Resources heading from the main page. Assistance is available for housing, unemployment, food, utilities, and diapers/formula.

Do you need help with something but don't see it listed here?

Contact us at or 561-557-9273 and we will work with you one-on-one to find information and link you with resources.