New Coronavirus (COVID-19) Responses

Access New York, an official NYC government site, links information on NYC's COVID-19 response and resources to get help with food, money, housing, and other areas.

Please note some organizations may have limited or modified services due to local guidelines. Others may have increased services due to increased need. Check sites below for updates.

Dial 3-1-1 or access the site for public information on food and other social service benefits and resources in New York City.

39 Broadway, 10th St., New York, NY  10006
212-566-7855


Search the online map for distribution locations near you.

1011 First Ave., 11th Floor , New York, NY  10022
888-744-7900 (toll-free help line)


Search for locations of local pantries, soup kitchens, and help accessing food assistance programs.

6 East 32nd St., 5th Floor, New York, NY  10016
646-412-0600

Supports food security in high-need communities through mobile markets, nutrition education, retail partners, and community engagement.

355 Lexington Ave., New York, NY  10017
212-687-1234
info@citymeals.org

 

Providing meals to home-bound elderly in New York City.

129 Fulton St., New York, NY  10038
212-776-2000
info@cfthomeless.org

 

Resource listings of food pantries, soup kitchens, and food assistance programs.

Offers fresh produce for purchase below retail prices at Fresh Food Box sites and provides donated produce to local pantries and soup kitchens. 

50 Broad St., Suite 1103, New York, NY  10004
212-825-0028
info@hungerfreeamerica.org

 

Assists New Yorkers access food and social benefits. Search the online map to find food providers near you.

1-800-BOWERY-1
 

Offers daily meals and pantry items. See site for locations

120 W. 14th St., New York, NY  10011
212-337-7200


See site for locations.

14 Computer Drive East, Albany, NY  12205
518-436-8757 or 800-865-5542

 

Assists with federally-funded nutrition assistance programs.  Search the database or map for local NOEP coordinators.

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