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COVID-19 Resources: Supporting Families Prenatally to Age 5

This page provides resource information for the workforce that is primarily working to support families with children, prenatally through five years of age.


State of Oregon Resources

Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) Resources for Pregnancy, Parenting and Families

Note: The CDC COVID-19 webpages are available in multiple languages by clicking “other languages” under the heading; printable flyers are also available in different languages.

The following are general community resources, which may vary by community. We recommend that communities contact to learn what local resources are available. 

Food and Nutrition

Housing and Utilities

  • shares information on Oregon Utilities Companies extend services during the COVID-19 Outbreak.
  • Oregon Housing and Community Services has compiled a housing and utility resource list for the public and community partners.
  • Charter: Charter offers free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with a K-12 student or college student who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription.
  • Comcast: Comcast is offering low-income families the ability to sign up for Internet Essentials service at no charge for 60 days. For qualified low-income families, the service normally costs $9.95/month. The company will also open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them; click here for a map of Xfinity WiFi hotspots.
  • CenturyLink: CenturyLink is suspending limits on data usage; will waive late fees; and won’t terminate a residential or small business customer’s service for the next 60 days if the user is suffering financial challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Frontier: Pledged to not terminate service to any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic; waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic; and open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them.
  • AT&T: Offering two months of free service to new customers who order Access by April 30, 2020. $5/mo or $10/mo thereafter, depending on your speed; Expanding eligibility based on income and to households participating in National School Lunch Program/Head Start; Waiving all home internet data overage fees.
  • T-Mobile also offers a low-cost plan at $15 a month, and Sprint and Verizon have implemented protections for customers.





Guidance for FFS Billing and Service Provision




Oregon Nurse Home Visiting Interim Telehealth Guidance



Home Visiting Model Guidance



Conducting Screenings and Assessments




Data Collection



  • Guidance and resources on MIECHV data collection and entry into THEO for EHS and HFA MIECHV-funded programs were distributed on April 9, 2020 and are available on the MIECHV: EHS & HFA - 2020 Data Collection webpage.