Columbia County Resources
Dutchess County Resources
Columbia County's daily COVID-19 press releases, case count, as well as information on testing and available public resources.
The Columbia County Recovery Kitchen is offering meals for those in need during the COVID-19 epidemic. Dinners are currently served four nights a week across Columbia County.
Columbia Memorial Hospital has launched a Coronavirus Response website. They have also set up a COVID-19 Hotline, at 518-828-4289.
COVID-19 Resource Guide
A comprehensive collection of available resources in Columbia County.
Provides emotional and logistical support for residents who have non-health related COVID-19 related needs. They can also be reached at 518-828-1212.
A compilation of grocery stores, restaurants and food pantries with services and hours.
Dutchess County has set up a dashboard with COVID-related information, as well as a 24-hour hotline at 845-486-3555.
A volunteer-run effort serving Millbrook, Stanford/Clinton Corners, Pine Plains, Dover Plains, Amenia, Wassaic, and Millerton offering a wide variety of services for those affected by COVID-19.
Dutchess Responds is a comprehensive, county-wide effort offering help with a variety of services including food deliveries, prescription pick-ups, childcare assistance, and PPE distribution.
The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation's Neighbor-to-Neighbor Fund makes emergency grants for medical, food, utility and other critical baseline services for people in crisis.
The Dutchess County Department of Community and Family Services is offering support and consultation for a variety of non-medical COVID-19 related issues, and can direct residents to a variety of state and federal assistance programs.
New York State Coronavirus Hotline
Regional Food Bank
New York State has set up a toll-free Coronavirus Hotline, available 24/7, at 1-888-364-3065
The Regional Food Bank offers a search tool to find your nearest food pantry. Simply click the photo to the left, and enter your zip code to find information about your local food bank.
COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund
Assemblymember Barrett is pleased to have partnered with the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation to set up the Columbia County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, a fund to rapidly deploy flexible resources to nonprofit organizations working with individuals and families who are disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak. More information about the fund can be found by clicking the image to the left.
Columbia County Business Continuity Fund
Assemblymember Barrett is pleased to have with the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and the Columbia Economic Development Corporation to establish a Business Continuity Fund for Columbia County, a fund that provides cash grants to small businesses in our city and town centers. To date, the fund has given more than $190,000 to small business across the county amidst the COVID-19 epidemic. More information about this fund can be found by clicking the image to the left.