COVID-19 Resources

The All of Us Research Program is dedicated to better health, both in the future and today. As we learn more about the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), our All of Us at UW program is taking steps to help Madison and Milwaukee community members protect their health.


Below, you will find a range of sources relied on by our diverse stakeholders and partners for support through this pandemic.

Madison Community

Catholic Multicultural Center (CMC):
The CMC is taking necessary precautions to diminish the impact of Coronavirus on our community while continuing to provide services to our brothers and sisters in need. Now more than ever people in our community need our assistance to access basic resources. Click above for information about free meals, our food pantry, and employment and legal services.


Centro Hispano:
Offering online and/or phone appointments to discuss employment, health insurance, and immigration services.


DAIS (Domestic Abuse Intervention Services)
DAIS offers a wide array of crisis intervention and community education/prevention programs, including a 24-hour Help Line, programming for children from violent homes, legal advocacy, support groups, emergency safety planning, and the only domestic violence shelter for all of Dane County. Though their offices are closed to walk-in clients, all of their services remain in place and available by calling their Help Line at  (608) 251-4445.


East Madison Community Center:
Offering a weekly food pantry and daily ‘grab n go’ meals for kids.


The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness
Committed to supporting and advocating for women and families in our community during this unprecedented time of uncertainty and instability brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Goodman Community Center:
Offering a weekly food pantry and a neighborhood meal distribution service.


Meadowood Health Partnership
Meadowood Health Partnership, led by Ms. Sheray Wallace, continues to be responsive to the needs of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meadowood is providing basic home items for families, including home cleaning and laundry supplies, diapers and other baby care items, toiletries and food. Those in need may contact them at 608-235-1027.


Morgridge Center for Public Service:
The Morgridge Center is offering a list of community organizations and items on their wishlists to help community members get through the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Mt. Zion’s Food Pantry is still open. They, also, offer free meals to seniors and school-age children and financial assistance to those who are struggling to pay bills due to the pandemic.


Northside Planning Council
Offering resources for food and financial, immigration, and health services, as well as community support services for senior citizens.


OutReach LGBT Community Center
Offering assistance, through “Willma’s Fund”, to LGBTQ+ people facing financial hardship due to COVID-19.


Public Health Madison & Dane County
Offering free COVID-19 testing to community members at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. Free transportation to the testing site is available, if needed.


Urban League of Greater Madison:
Furloughed? Laid off? Under-employed? Looking for workers?
The Urban League’s COVID-19 Workforce Relief & Recovery Initiative aims to meet the immediate and future needs of job seekers and businesses who are seeking workers.


UW Health
UW Health’s COVID-19 website provides the latest updates, FAQs, hotline information, visitor guidelines, and clinic location changes.


Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center
Offering a weekly food pantry and community meal.


YMCA of Dane County:
Click above for information about free meals, virtual fitness classes, support for seniors, and emergency child care services for first responders and medical professionals.

Milwaukee Community

Milwaukee Health Services
Milwaukee Health Services is serving as a COVID-19 testing site, by appointment only. Click above for more information.


Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers
Sixteenth Street is open and available to care for current and new patients.


“Although we have made some adjustments to services, we are here to make sure you and your family get the care you need, when you need it.”


Center for Healthy Minds
The UW Center for Healthy Minds offers this toolkit, which has a list of resources to support well-being during this trying time.


Department of Psychiatry:
The UW-Madison Department of Psychiatry hopes this guide will offer helpful information, expert tips, coping strategies, tools and best practices to support the well-being of individuals and families, as well as healthcare providers on the front-lines of this crisis and the patients they serve.


Office of Community Relations:
The Office of Community Relations at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has gathered key resources to help our community mitigate the spread of Covid-19.


University of Wisconsin:
With the well-being of all members of the University community our highest priority, we continue to closely monitor the risks of the coronavirus pandemic to our students, faculty, and staff.


Covering Wisconsin
Do you need help understanding or finding a health insurance plan? Confused about what is covered if you have Coronavirus Covid-19? Covering Wisconsin can assist anyone in the state and/or connect you with resources in your local area.


Wisconsin Department of Health Services
A range of statewide COVID-19-related information and resources to provide support for Wisconsin citizens to get through the pandemic.


Wisconsin Literacy
Find statewide accurate and easy to understand information about COVID-19.


If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, or other essential services, click the link above or dial 211 by phone to speak to someone who can help.


All of Us Research Program
All of Us Research Program participants are already helping in the fight against COVID-19 in more ways than they might imagine. With the information of over 350,000 people, All of Us has the power to answer questions that few other groups can answer.


Black Women’s Health Imperative (BWHI):
The Black Women’s Health Imperative is here to support you during these trying times with tips, updates and news designed to keep you Black & Well physically, mentally and emotionally.


LULAC@Home (League of United Latin American Citizens):
Stay connected to LULAC throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Visit often for up-to-date information and useful resources for you and your family.


National Alliance for Hispanic Health:
The National Alliance for Hispanic Health is the premier science-based and community-driven organization that focuses on the best health for all.


National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Access the latest NIH news and resources on the COVID-19 pandemic.


Stanford Medicine:
Video to educate about the importance of hand washing and social distancing.


Find key information about the work of UnidosUS in standing up for the most vulnerable in our communities so that all people in this country, including immigrants, are protected and safe.


UC-Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities:
Sources of information (in English and Spanish) about the coronavirus at the national and international levels.

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