- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued guidelines on how to stay safe and what to do if you're sick.
National Institute of Mental Health
- The National Institute of Mental Health have shareable resource for coping with COVID-19.
World Health Organization
- The World Health Organization continues to update their website with resources for public advice, country and technical guidance, travel advice, and updates on the Coronavirus disease.
Coronavirus in Indiana
- For immediate and up-to-date information on Coronavirus in Indiana
- For the #InThisTogether Campaign
- General questions from the public or health care provider inquiries about COVID-19 may be directed to the ISDH COVID-19 Call Center at the toll-free number 877-826-0011 (available 24/7) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indiana State Department of Health
- For FAQs and Answers from the Indiana State Department of Health
Indiana Department of Education
- The Indiana Department of Education has created a Post IN-Class Release. This document answers FAQs and provides guidance for schools.
- American Psychological Association
- Coping with COVID-19 related stress as a student
Indiana Department of Workforce Development
- The DWD’s COVID-19 Information includes employment and career services, unemployment insurance information updates, and additional assistance.
Indiana Department of Transportation
INDOT Broadband Corridors Program
- INDOT’s Broadband Corridors program removes barriers preventing broadband providers from accessing right-of-way along Indiana interstates and limited access highways.
- Under this program, INDOT will assess a fee to the fiber optic and wireless industry for the ability to occupy space within limited access right-of-way and intended to pay for maintenance and management of the broadband corridor. In some cases, INDOT may instead opt for resource sharing agreements with broadband providers in order to expand state owned data transport facilities in areas where the state does not have broadband infrastructure.
- For information on INDOT’s COVID-19 Response, click here.
Indiana Small Business Development Center
The ISBDC has compiled a list of resources to help you navigate through these uncertain times. These resources include funding, counseling and advising, re-opening resources, and training.
Indiana Office of Utility and Consumer Counselor
Lifeline Telephone Assistance
- Lifeline is a federally funded program providing a monthly discount on telecommunications services for eligible consumers.
- There are two ways to qualify:
- Have a household income at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines, or.
- Be enrolled in one or more of the following programs:
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Food Stamps
- Federal Public Housing Assistance or Section 8
- Veterans Pensions and Survivors Benefit Programs
Indiana Broadband Specific Information
Executive Order 20-05
- Governor Holcomb issued Executive Order 20-05 prohibiting providers of essential utility services including broadband and telecom from discontinuing service to any customer during the public health emergency. if you’re a provider that would like to include additional information, please contact email@example.com.
Indiana Public WIFI Sites:
- This map provides public WIFI locations in the state of Indiana. These sources include the following: public schools, public libraries, internet service providers, higher education, and other public locations.