••• Evictions Information & Resources •••
Texas renters facing eviction can find special programs, legal options, and other COVID-specific housing considerations. The Texas Legal Services Center also has a free hotline for people in rural areas facing housing issues: call 855-270-7655.Learn More
COVID-19 Information and Resources
Better understand stimulus checks, pandemic-related unemployment considerations, and your rights at the workplace—including reasonable accommodations, disability discrimination, and taking leave. Explore financial issues like debt, bankruptcy, and student loans.
Plan what happens to your estate and family if you were to pass away. Estate planning can include planning for what happens if you become incapacitated.
See how the pandemic affects child visitation rights, child support obligations, and court procedures. Resources for families experiencing violence—including safety planning.
Find COVID-specific information on private health insurance, public benefits (SNAP, TANF, and Medicaid), Medicare coverage, nursing homes, and mental health.
A collection of resources offering guidance to those facing eviction, struggling to pay their mortgage, unhealthy living conditions, and living in Section 8 Housing.
If you are at risk of eviction, see Eviction Information and Resources.
Explore resources for veterans, people with disabilities, sexual assault survivors, and immigrants. Learn your voting rights during the pandemic and how the courts are handling cases.
COVID-19 Legal Hotline
Non-Legal COVID-19 Resources
Find meals for schoolchildren and seniors, local social services, and consumer assistance programs.
Court Procedures During COVID-19
Information regarding court emergency orders, court postponements, closures, and updates.
Texas Free Wifi Map
Need WiFi for school or work? Search the Texas Free Wifi Map to search for public hotspots near you.
Agencies & Websites
For the latest COVID-19 information, we recommend you visit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS),Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, and Texas Tribune