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EPSILON PI OMEGA CHAPTER is praying for our community during this pandemic.  Special thanks and all our love to our health professionals, essential employees and all those helping us to flatten the curve.  Please check back onto this page for information and resources that can be used by the community during this time. 

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  • Sunday, April 26, 2020 1:20 PM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Unemployment Insurance

    To file an unemployment insurance claim, you can visit the Department of Labor website or call 1-888-209-8124.

    The day you should apply for unemployment insurance is based on the first letter of your last name.

    • A - F file on Monday
    • G - N file on Tuesday
    • O - Z file on Wednesday
    • Missed your day? File on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday

    Many folks are experiencing difficulties filing with the Department of Labor to complete unemployment insurance claims. Please keep in mind that your claim will be backdated to your last day of employment and that you will receive your full benefit amount. Call my office for additional assistance.

    The DOL has expanded its staff and streamlined the application process. They are now reaching out to applicants within 72 hours of filing instead of having applicants call to complete their claims.


    Fill out the Workforce1 Virtual Services form to connect with professionals from Workforce1 about employment opportunities and their services.


    TLC Delivery Driver Jobs

    The city is recruiting TLC-licensed drivers through DeliveryTLC to help with work related to COVID-19, such as delivering food to older adults. This work will be paid $15/hour plus reimbursement for gas and tolls. Drivers will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis. 


    The following employers are recruiting:

    Can you operate a sewing machine? Are you a seamstress temporarily laid off and in need of immediate work? Alphapointe in Richmond Hill needs sewers. Permanent or temporary jobs are available.

    The Queens Connect program provides a 6 week culinary and workforce readiness training to young adults between the ages of 18-24 years old that are currently out of school and out of work. Please reach out to Lucy Mansilla at 929-213-6646 or lmansilla@qchny.org for additional information or to set up a virtual info session.

    Advanced Care Staffing

    They are conducting phone interviews and sending out online applications. They seek CNAs, LPNs and RNs in all boroughs.

    Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services
    They are seeking full time and part time direct support professionals in the Bronx to support two of their child age group homes. The ideal candidate will have a driver's license and HS Diploma/GED. The salary is $16.06 per hour The interviews are taking place via phone/video conference.

    The following organizations are looking for volunteers:

    NY Cares


    iMentor is seeking volunteers to mentor students who have had their personal and academic lives disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, attend an upcoming virtual  mentor orientation and start your online application. If you have any questions, you can reach out to Steven Joseph, Manager of Corporate & Community Engagement, at sjoseph@imentor.org.

  • Sunday, April 26, 2020 1:17 PM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    The New York Public Library is pleased to offer online tutoring to provide families with homework help, enrichment activities, and remote learning support through our partnership with Brainfuse. This partnership is just one of the many ways the Library is expanding its digital resources to New York City families during our temporary closure to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

    Through Brainfuse, kids and teens in grades K–12 can now access free, remote, one-on-one tutoring in a wide range of subjects and levels—from first-grade math to advanced algebra. Tutoring is offered seven days a week from 2 PM to 11 PM via chat. Services are available in both English and Spanish. Brainfuse also offers a bank of videos, activities, a writing lab, and other resources that are available to students 24/7.

    Families can access these tools with an NYPL library card. If you or a family member don’t have a library card, sign up for one using our SimplyE app.

    Download SimplyE for iPhone/iPad on App Store
    Download SimplyE for Android on Google Play

    As New York City schools increasingly turn to digital learning in response to the spread of COVID-19, we hope our expanding digital resources can help support teachers and families during this challenging moment. Our goal is to support a culture of learning, whether that’s in the classroom or in the living room.

  • Sunday, April 26, 2020 1:00 PM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Seasonal Jobs at NYCHA- NYCHA is currently hiring temporary workers to assist with maintenance at properties throughout the city. The job will last as needed throughout the spring season at a rate of $19.33 an hour. For more info and to apply contact your local NYCHA Property Management Office.

    Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP)- DCWP protects and promotes labor standards and policies that create fair workplaces, regardless of immigration status. For more information please click here.

    Workforce 1-The City's Workforce1 Career Center launched a Virtual Center to help New Yorkers prepare for, and connect to, jobs across New York City's five boroughs and in every sector. To access this resource call 718-960-2458 or click here.

    Department of Labor- The State Department of Labor created a chart to guide individuals seeking unemployment benefits after passage of the federal CARES Act which provides enhanced Unemployment Insurance benefits and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for New Yorkers. To view the chart please click here.

    Employment Issues- If you believe your employer is violating either existing labor laws or recently issued executive orders by the Governor, please contact 311, the Attorney General’s office at (212) 416-8700 or via email at Labor.Bureau@ag.ny.gov.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:57 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Disinfection Guidance- For Landlords and Tenants that need guidance on disinfection please click here.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:55 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    HELP NOW NYC- If you are able to provide assistance or need assistance during this pandemic, please click here. If you or your organization can donate personal protective equipment (PPE) for our essential workers on the front lines please click here.

    Food Donations- If you would like to access a platform to connect with organizations in need of food donations please call 1-833-NYC-0040 or click here.

    Support the COVID-19 Response- The city is seeking businesses with the ability to quickly source and/or make needed medical supplies (e.g. face shields, gowns, ventilators, masks, and other products as needed) to support the City’s COVID-19 response. If you are able to assist please click here.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:54 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    NYC COVID-19 Engagement Portal- DOITT has developed a portal, as a new tool to help guide the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The portal is available in 11 languages and allows New Yorkers to self-report COVID-19 information and will help New York City both better communicate with affected people and identify areas that may need enhanced response. Inputs are confidential. For assistance, please call 311 or click here.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:52 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Creative Wiring Sessions- The NY Writers Coalition is now offering Virtual Creative Writing Sessions. These sessions are free and open to writers of any experience level. The schedule runs Saturday through Thursday and is accessible through this link.

    Virtual Concerts- NPR has compiled a list of virtual concerts to watch while New York is on pause. To access the list please click here.

    Virtual Music Class- Keiko Studios is now offering a free Virtual Music class. For more information please click here.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:34 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Virtual Events- To connect to virtual programming offered by the Older Adults Technology Services please call 917-936-4410.

    Meals for Seniors- DFTA has transitioned to meal delivery, rather than grab and go, for senior center users. Seniors should call their local senior center for more information if they haven’t already received meals. You can also call DFTA's Aging Connect at 212-AGING-NYC (212-244-6469) or 311 and say GET FOOD.

    Queens Library- Given the isolation that many people are now experiencing, especially older adults, Queens Public Library has developed more teleconferences and video conferences for health chats, author talks, guided meditation and art history discussions. For more information please click here.

  • Thursday, April 09, 2020 11:29 AM | Sharon Wells (Administrator)

    Dear Neighbor,

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, information and guidance has changed over the past few weeks. As new studies that show pre-symptomatic people may be infectious, there is new guidance advising New Yorkers to wear face coverings when outside and near people to prevent spreading COVID-19 to others. I encourage you to do so if you need to leave the house. In addition, I ask that you only call 911 if you require immediate assistance.

    My team can be reached at 718-206-2068 or adams@council.nyc.gov if you need assistance. 

    Committed to serve,
    Council Member Adrienne Adams

    Brenden Jackson – District 28 Community Liaison 

    Jamal Wilkerson – Chief of Staff 

    Kate Mooney – Deputy Chief of Staff & Budget Director 

    Shaffina Baksh – District 28 Community Liaison 

    Sheneil Riley – Scheduling Coordinator 

    Stacey Yearwood – Communications & Legislative Coordinator 

    Ty Hankerson – Director of Community Outreach & Events 

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