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Community and collaboration are at the heart of our organization As COVID-19 continues to impact our community we are compiling existing resources and opportunities to help our community during this crisis We will be updating this page as new resources and An open letter to Tennessee's State and Local Elected Leaders about The Covid-19 Response While the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis requires bold action from leaders at the state and national level local governments have a critical role in addressing the unique impacts of the pandemic on their communities

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2020/7/23Nashville Tenn – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced today the State will launch a public service announcement campaign that urges all Tennesseans to fight against the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask The ad campaign titled "Face It Masks Fight COVID-19" will run on broadcast and cable television digital social media print and billboards statewide

United Way COVID-19 Response Fund - The COVID-19 Response Fund was established to quickly and effectively address both the health and economic challenges of this virus Chaired by former Senator Dr Bill Frist the Fund will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations getting dollars to where they are needed most

2020/5/22Preparing Your Business Businesses and employers can help slow the spread of COVID-19 Follow the CDC's Guidance for Businesses and Employers for ways to plan prepare and respond to the COVID-19 disease Employers should create outbreak response plans including risk management and contingency plans

If you need help amid the COVID-19 pandemic there are many resources available to Tennesseans The following links and phone numbers can help you find assistance: - The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) launched a special hotline this month to help make it easier for families with children to check on their application for emergency cash assistance

Q: Can UT CIS help my facility prepare for and respond to changes caused by COVID-19? A: In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak the UT CIS Health Safety and Emergency Preparedness team is available to provide no cost virtual consultations with manufacturers to discuss strategies and plans for creating and implementing your customized COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

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Equity and Non-Discrimination COVID-19 is ravaging many parts of the United States but nowhere more than in Black communities The Census Bureau estimates Tennessee's population to be 17% Black or African-American While the numbers change frequently as of the start of May Black Tennesseans accounted for a reported 20% of positive cases and 31% of deaths from the virus

If you need help amid the COVID-19 pandemic there are many resources available to Tennesseans The following links and phone numbers can help you find assistance: - The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) launched a special hotline this month to help make it easier for families with children to check on their application for emergency cash assistance

Resources in Response to COVID-19 March 24 2020 The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is offering several programs and services to assist Tennesseans impacted by COVID-19 Family Assistance TANF Emergency Cash Assistance – Pandemic: This Emergency Cash Assistance program will provide cash

COVID-19 UPDATE If you need assistance during this time visit our directory of resources for information about eligibility for various public programs food assistance and more Click here The COVID-19 pandemic must be taken seriously to ensure the future health of our state If our leaders fail to put good policies into

2020/7/27These funds will be allocated from the state's FY20 COVID-19 response appropriation and distributed by the Dep of Finance Administration (FA) For participating hospitals grants are available up to $500k per hospital and will serve as a bridge over the coming weeks as patient volumes decline and new federal funds become available

2020/8/5Across the country civil and criminal justice system stakeholders are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of ways that directly impact access to justice Below are websites court orders news items legislation and other resources that have been compiled by

Tennessee is set to receive over $25 billion in federal coronavirus aid for economic relief COVID-19 response health and social services and education (Figure 1) Federal funding across nearly 100 different programs and purposes has been allocated directly to state and local governments individuals businesses health care providers and others in Tennessee ( Figure 2 )

If you need help amid the COVID-19 pandemic there are many resources available to Tennesseans The following links and phone numbers can help you find assistance: - The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) launched a special hotline this month to help make it easier for families with children to check on their application for emergency cash assistance

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2020/7/27These funds will be allocated from the state's FY20 COVID-19 response appropriation and distributed by the Dep of Finance Administration (FA) For participating hospitals grants are available up to $500k per hospital and will serve as a bridge over the coming weeks as patient volumes decline and new federal funds become available

The industry representatives participating in the ERG collectively represent over 140 000 Tennessee businesses that employ over 2 5M Tennesseans More information about ERG is available here We have compiled a list of various State and Federal COVID-19 resources (below) to be of some assistance in these difficult times

2020/3/27The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is offering several programs and services to assist Tennesseans impacted by COVID-19 Family Assistance TANF Emergency Cash Assistance – Pandemic: This Emergency Cash Assistance program will provide cash payments to families significantly impacted by the COVID-19 emergency Beginning Thursday March 26 families

Q: Can UT CIS help my facility prepare for and respond to changes caused by COVID-19? A: In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak the UT CIS Health Safety and Emergency Preparedness team is available to provide no cost virtual consultations with manufacturers to discuss strategies and plans for creating and implementing your customized COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

While we are in the midst of this challenging time Beacon will be compiling resources including our podcast blog posts we have written and links to informative and inspiring articles from around the web Beacon's policy solutions Policy Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Don't Call It a Comeback: Principles for Getting Tennesseans Back to Work

2020/7/27These funds will be allocated from the state's FY20 COVID-19 response appropriation and distributed by the Dep of Finance Administration (FA) For participating hospitals grants are available up to $500k per hospital and will serve as a bridge over the coming weeks as patient volumes decline and new federal funds become available

The industry representatives participating in the ERG collectively represent over 140 000 Tennessee businesses that employ over 2 5M Tennesseans More information about ERG is available here We have compiled a list of various State and Federal COVID-19 resources (below) to be of some assistance in these difficult times

Resources in Response to COVID-19 March 24 2020 The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is offering several programs and services to assist Tennesseans impacted by COVID-19 Family Assistance TANF Emergency Cash Assistance – Pandemic: This Emergency Cash Assistance program will provide cash