The Covid-19 pandemic is a time of uncertainty and great change in our work, educational, and social lives. You or someone you know may need information about your rights are if you are sick, if you have to care for a child whose school was closed, if you are told to work from home, or if you are laid off, among other questions. The following material is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be legal advice or assistance. The information below is based on current law. Legislative and executive actions at the state and federal levels could change or expand the protections and benefits discussed below. Finally, this is not an exhaustive list of information or resources. Check with your local Community Action Agency, United Way, or other social service agency for additional assistance.

ALERT: The following information will likely change. The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and the Administration and Congress are discussing economic stimulus legislation. CHECK BACK HERE for updates on new paid leave, benefits for families and children, unemployment benefits, and economic stimulus provisions.


Public Health Emergencies and the Fair Labor Standards Act – Wage and Hour Questions

Pandemic Flu and the Family and Medical Leave Act

Pandemic Preparedness and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Unemployment Benefits


Consumer Scams and Emergencies

Moratorium on Foreclosures and Eviction suspended for FHA insured home loans and USDA Single Family Housing Direct Loans

Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act

Emergency Family Medical Leave Act Expansion

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