Dear Green Dot Families,
I hope you and your families are healthy and safe. All Green Dot Tennessee school buildings remain closed until further notice. We are working closely with the TN Department of Education and The Shelby County School District, and will adhere to their recommendations and put your health first.
Educating your student is our mission, responsibility, and top priority. Just because our school sites have closed, education and supporting your family continues: visit http://classroom.google.com for more.
We will continue to update you with information about your student’s education as well as resources for you and your family. If there is anything else we can do to help during this challenging time, please contact us at 901-730-8160 or contact your principal directly.
All the best,
Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee
If you are unable to access food during the COVID-19 shutdown, Mid-South Food Bank is assembling food boxes for families in need. Visit their website to find a location near you. https://www.midsouthfoodbank.org/coronavirus-response.
892 S Cooper Street
Food kits and hygiene kits will be distributed to LGBTQ+ individuals in need. Call in advance to secure your pick-up.
Levi Branch Library (via YMCA)
3676 Third St
Charles Powell Community Center (via YMCA)
810 Western Park
Mitchell Community Center (via YMCA)
602 W. Mitchell Rd
Riverview Community Center (via YMCA)
Pearly Gates (via YMCA)
532 South Parkway E
South Brook Mall (via YMCA)
1212 E. Shelby Dr.
Abundant Grace (via YMCA)
1574 E. Shelby Dr.
All McDonald's Restuarants
The YMCA is distributing FREE student meals at dozens of sites across Shelby County. Please visit the following website to find a location near you. https://www.scsk12.org/coronavirusfacts/studentmeals.
Emergency Shelter Placement Program: This program helps families in Shelby County with minor children secure temporary shelter if homelessness cannot be avoided through mediation. Click Here to apply for Emergency Shelter placement.
Homeless Hotline: This 24-hour hotline helps connect homeless families with minor children in Memphis and Shelby County to shelter and/or other resources. For more inforamtion, call (901) 529-4545
You can also dial 2-1-1 from any phone for LINC assistance
The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is making essential financial resources available to families that have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 emergency. Beginning 10 A.M. CST Thursday, March 26, families can begin applying, online, for up to two months of emergency cash assistance if they were employed as of March 11, 2020 and they’ve lost employment or at least 50% of their earned income as a result of the pandemic.
The fastest and most efficient way to file an unemployment claim is to go to www.Jobs4TN.gov. Due to the high volume of claims because of the COVID-19 emergency, if you file with any other method you could significantly delay the processing of your claim.
Christ Community Health Services
- Appointment only. If you are experiencing symptoms such as shortness of breath, fever and cough, please text "Test2020" to 91999.
Women's Health Care Associates (9005 Highway 64 Suite 101)
- Appointment only. (901) 383-7446
University of TN Health Science Center (Tiger Lane at the Memphis Fairgrounds)
- Appointment only following consultation with UTHSC-affiliated physician (must be referred by medical provider)
Shelby County Health Dept.
- Call the Shelby County Health Department to be screened for testing eligibility. 1-833-943-1658
Fairley High School, Hillcrest High School, Wooddale Middle School and Kirby Middle School students and families seeking group or outpatient services from Youth Villages should contact their school counselor for a referral.
STREETER AND DO
Bluff City High School students and families seeking group or outpatient services from Streeter and Do should contact their school counselor for a referral.