How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You During Emergencies: Family Tip Sheets

Your family's financial, education, and employment needs and goals may change during emergencies and natural disasters. Explore these tip sheets to learn how early care and education professionals can work with you to access important information, benefits, and tools that can strengthen your family's economic security during crises.

 

Learn about federal assistance programs that can help your family during emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic. Access websites and online tools to help you open a bank account, apply for unemployment insurance benefits, find job training opportunities, and more.

 

Topics include:

  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You During Emergencies
  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You Access Stimulus Payments
  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You Open a Bank or Credit Union Account
  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You Pursue Education and Training Goals
  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You Pursue Employment and Career Goals
  • How Early Care and Education Professionals Can Help You Access Unemployment Benefits
  • How Early Care and Education Can Help You Access Food Assistance
  • How Early Care and Education Can Help You Access Housing Protection Information
  • How Early Care and Education Can Help You Manage Credit and Debt
  • How Early Care and Education Can Help You Access Utilities Assistance

 

Resources for Action

There are many resources on the internet that can help you build economic security. Explore this guide to find several reliable resources in one place to make it easier for you to access the information and tools you can use to take action right away.

 

If you are an early care and education professional, share this information with families. It may be helpful to you as well.

Publication Date: 
September 29, 2020
Resource Type: 
Tip sheet
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