Below are some resources that have been shared with me to possibly help our residents during this global pandemic. The Cottages at UCO, its property owners, and the property manager do not necessarily endorse or support any of them specifically. If you encounter any link that is a scam or has misinformation, please email me so that it can be removed. Also, if you know of another great resource that you'd like to share with your neighbors, please let me know to add it here. Thanks all & be well!

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Governor Stitt and the OKC City Council announced last week that they have set aside money allocated to them through the CARES ACT to help with rental and utility assistance. Below are the different agencies that will be handling the disbursement of this money.

More information can be found here https://www.okcommerce.gov/new-cares-act-grant-programs-announced-business-relief-program-eviction-mitigation-program/

Distance Learning with OETA - Starting Monday, March 30, OETA will be adjusting its daytime schedule to provide curriculum-based programming for students over the air on its broadcast channel, OETA WORLD. Each episode or series directly correlates to lessons and resources made available through PBS LearningMedia which have been designed to meet federal and state standards for grades PreK through 12. Programming changes will take place Monday through Friday from 6 am until 6 pm which will last until the end of the school year.

Edmond Public Schools - FREE breakfast and lunch to any child under 18 years of age, regardless of income or where they attend school. The child(ren) must be present to pick up the meal.

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission - to file for unemployment online, check status, and get more information.

National Domestic Workers Alliance- have set up a Coronavirus Care Find for qualified applicants to receive $400 in emergency assistance.

Spectrum.net - free internet or WiFi for 60 days for any household with: a student in Pre-K to 12th grade, a college student, or a teacher and who do not currently have internet.