GOVERNER’S EXECUTIVE ORDER

Covid-19

https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-issues-executive-order-implementing-essential-services-and-activities-protocols
Here is the Link that explains the essential services and Activities protocols that Governor Abbot is-sued on March 13, 2020.

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City Square Food Pantry
1610 S. Malcom X Blvd.
Dallas, TX, 75226
214-823-8710
T-F from 9 am to 1 pm

Drive Thru and Walk-In Services
First come first serve


Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep
1064 N. St.Augustine
Dallas, TX, 75217
469-844-7956
Tuesdays from 9:30 am–11:30 am
Food and Diaper Pantry


Vickery Meadow
8448 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX, 75231
214-821-5575
Food and Clothes Pantry


Minnie’s Food Pantry
661 18thStreet
Plano, TX, 75074
972-596-0253
W-SAT from 8:30 am to 11:30 am

DALLAS AREA Emergency Food Pantries

COVID-19 Emergency Utility Help


Announcements


Stop & Shop–Beginning March 19th. Opens every day at 6:00 AM to 7:30 AM for most vulnerable custom-ers, including those who are 60+ or have weakened immune systems.

Fairway Market–Beginning March 18th. Open Monday through Saturday to shoppers 65+ and those with in-creased susceptibility to serious ill-ness from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM

The Fresh Market–Open Monday through Friday to seniors and individ-uals most at risk from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM

Northgate Gonzales Market–Open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM for seniors and those with disabilities to shop first.

Dallas Water
Suspension on disconnections for next 60 days
-Payment arrangements are available
MUST CALL 214-651-1441
High Call Volumes

Medicare and Medicaid
-Covers COVID-19 testing
-Covers Telehealth virtual check-ins
MUST CALL
High Call Volumes

Raya Staley

Office Manager

Our Staff

AT&T
-Will not terminate services for the next 60 days
-Will waive late payments and fees
-Offer services if unable to pay bill
MUST CALL 800-288-2020 or 611
High Call Volumes

Charter Spectrum
-Free broadband and Wi-Fi for stu-dents K-12
-Only for 60 days
Must not already have internet access
-Opening free public hotspots for in-ternet access
MUST CALL 1-844-488-8395

Whole Foods–Beginning March 18th. Opens 1 hour early for shoppers 60+ in the US. Will close 2 hours early for restock and sanitizing

Dollar General–Beginning March 17th. First hour of each shopping day is dedicated to senior shoppers. Store will close 1 hour early for restock and cleaning.

Target–Beginning March 18th. First hour of each WEDNESDAY is reserved for vulnerable guests including elderly and those with underlying health conditions. Stores will close at 9:00 PM for restock and cleaning.

Walmart–Temporary hours of operation 7:00 AM to 8:30 PM. Senior shopping events will be every Tuesday for customers 60+ beginning March 24th through April 28th. The shopping event will begin 1 hour before stores open to the public and includes pharmacy and vision centers.

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COVID-19 SENIOR RESOURCES

NEA-Dallas wants to make sure that all our members, Support Professionals, Educators, and other school employees have all available resources to assist with their professional and private needs as they adjust their professional and private lives impacted by COVID-19.

NEA-Dallas wants to hear from our members about HOW we can help with these transitions and WHAT specifically, do you need to make successful adaption to your career? WHEN do you need these resources or tools?

WHY is NEA-Dallas asking? NEA-Dallas knows that to best ideas for change, resolution and relief starts at the grass roots. Connecting members with vital information, resources, and ideas where all members can get local, state, and federal assistance with weathering the current COVID-19 pandemic, is the most effective way to promote the success of student learning and employee concerns.

Aside from NEA-Dallas’ message to stay healthy, safe, and distanced, NEA-Dallas would like to salute the NEA-Dallas bus drivers, custodians, teachers, and volunteers who are working tirelessly to ease the struggles of students, neighbors and friends impacted by the pandemic.

Message to our TSTA family from President Noel Candelaria

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Delna Bryan

​NEA President

TSTA Resources: Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security

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Brookshires–First hour of operations reserved for senior citizens. Asking community to also allow seniors to move to the front of the line throughout the day. Offering 5% daily discount to seniors. Waiving fees for all guests for curbside orders through May 5th. This includes Super 1 Foods, Spring Market, and FRESH by Brookshires.

Albertsons Companies-dedicated shopping hours for senior citizens and other at-risk populations, such as pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems. At a minimum, the company will reserve every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 9 a.m. for those vulnerable shoppers who must leave home to obtain their groceries, unless otherwise locally mandated. Customers should check their store's hours if they're opening on a different schedule. (for Texas residents, this would include Tom Thumb stores)

Reliant
-Call 211 to find agencies who can aid through their CARE Program
-Clients need to call1-866-RELIANT for payment extensions. Currently, there is a 5% fee to extend payments


Stream Energy
-Call customer service to make payment arrangements-888-685-7693


Verizon
-Will not terminate services for the next 60 days
-Will waive late payments and fees
-Offer services if unable to pay bill
MUST CALL 800-922-0204
High Call Volumes

Interfaith Family Services
1651 Matilda Street
Dallas, TX, 75206
214-827-7220
Drive-Thru Food Pantry
Must Call First, Pre-registration is required
Special drive-thru on Saturday,


Holy Spirit
111 W Danieldale Rd.
Duncanville, TX, 75137
214-521-3719
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9 am–Noon Saturday from 10 am-Noon


Jan Pruitt Community Pantry
123 Alexander St.
Lancaster, TX, 75146
972-591-7849
Only Services Following Zip Codes:
75134, 75146, 75172, 75141, 75241, 75154 Must call first

Brother Bills Helping Hand
3906 North Westmoreland Road
Dallas, TX, 75212
214-638-2196
Drive-Thru Food Pantry
Must Call First, Unless it’s an Emergency Wednesdays from 10 am–1 pm Thursdays from 10 am–1 pm


CCD Marillac
2843 Lapsley St.
Dallas, TX, 75212
214-826-8330
Serves breakfast and lunch
M-F from 8 am to 3 pm


North Texas Food Bank
3677 Mapleshade Ln.
Plano, TX, 75075
214-330-1396
Pleasant Grove
1324 Pleasant Dr.
Dallas, TX, 75217
214-505-1928
M-F from 10 am to 3 pm
First come first serve