LunaYou is a general wellbeing education and support service. It does not replace your standard prenatal care. If you have any medical concern or emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911.
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The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is Rhode Islanders’ resource for COVID-19 related information and best practices.
- The RIDOH/CDC Fact Sheet
- People with general questions about COVID-19 can call the RIDOH at 401-222-8022.
- The Rhode Island Department of Education will be providing regular COVID-19 related updates for parents and students.
- Food sites for children to get “Grab and Go” lunches.
- Resources are available for workers in Rhode Island who are affected by COVID-19, including the state’s Unemployment Insurance, Workshare, and Temporary Disability Insurance programs. More information on these and other resources is available at the RI Department of Labor and Training’s COVID-19 Workplace Fact Sheet.
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Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP)
CCAP offers child care subsidies to support low-income families to be able to access quality, affordable child care and out of school-time programs.
Eligible families must:
- meet income guidelines and work a minimum of 20 hours per week (earning at least RI minimum wage);
- participate in the RIW program;
- or be a pregnant or parenting teen participating in DHS’ Youth Success program and have a child under 13 years old or under age 19 with a mental/physical disability and who cannot take care of themselves.