COVID-19 Resources


SlowCOVIDNC is the official COVID-19 Exposure Notification app for the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS), launching September 22, 2020. This is a free download in your app store (available for Android and Apple devices). It leverages Bluetooth technology to let app users know if they may have been exposed to COVID-19, enabling them to quickly act to protect themselves and those in their community. SlowCOVIDNC allows users to be notified if they may have been in close contact with someone who has shared that they have a positive COVID-19 test result through the app. Users can anonymously share a positive COVID-19 test result to notify others of exposure and help slow the spread of COVID-19. The app is available in English and Spanish. Visit the NCDHHS website for additional information (links below) about the SlowCOVIDNC app.

  • SlowCOVIDNC App Information

Food Assistance Resource Guide

Access a comprehensive, local guide of resources.

Coping With Loss

American Red Cross Virtual Care for Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones to COVID-19

Access To Childcare

If you need child care for school-age children call 888-600-1685 to be connected with options. Currently, representatives are available to assist on weekdays between 8 am and 5 pm. View more information

Si usted necesita cuidado infantil para ninos en edad escolar, llame al 888-600-1685 para saber opciones disponibles. Por ahora, los representatntes estan disponibles para ayudarle de Lunes a Viernes entre 8 am - 5 pm. Para obtener mas inormacion, haga clic aqui.

Salvation Army - Angel Tree Christmas Assistance

The Salvation Army applications for Angel Tree Christmas Assistance is now online. Applications are available at the Build Hope Website, click the application for Christmas Assistance at the top. Applications can be completed in English and Spanish from a computer, tablet or smartphone. Documents will need to be uploaded - please follow the directions. Space is limited and will be first come first serve. Please share with all those that may need help with toys/clothing for their children this year!

Corona Community

Visit Corona Community to connect senior citizens and immune-deficient with volunteers in our growing service areas, who will be able to deliver meals, provide wellness checks, and other services or call 919-459-5681 or 800-451-1054. To learn more about the program check out this short video on YouTube

We need one another, especially now. North Carolina seniors and others at high risk of COVID-19 can request help with food and medical deliveries (including needs for pets) and wellness checks.

Call 919-459-5681 or 800-451-1054 or visit the Corona Community website.

Nos necesitamos unos a otros, especialmente ahora. Personas mayores/ancianos de Carolina del Norte y otras personas con alto riesgo de COVID-19 puede solicitar ayuda con comida y entregas de medicinas (including las necesidades de mascotas) y controles de bienestar.

Llamar 919-459-5681 o 800-451-1054 o visita Corona Community.

Find Assistance for People with Disabilities

North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities (NCCDD)

Brunswick County residents with access needs, functional needs or disabilities can sign-up for the Access and Functional Needs Registry online by clicking here. To sign-up by phone, or if you are already in the Access and Functional Registry (also known as the Special Needs Registry) and need assistance, please contact Kelley Currie, Access and Functional Needs Coordinator, at 910-253-2850 or

Notices in American Sign Language

Community Assistance & Business Resources

Additional Community Assistance information is contained on this page. If you have information to add to the list of resources found here, please email the Non-Profit and Volunteer Coordinator, Leslie Stanley, or call 910-253-2589.

Resources for business

Legal Resources Information

Legal Aid of North Carolina - Wilmington

  • 272 N Front Street 
    Wilmington, NC 28401
    Phone: 910-763-6207

Legal Aid NC is providing a series of Free Disaster Recovery Information Sessions in August, September, and October:

  • Accessing Recovery Funds: August 25th at Noon and August 26th at 6 pm.
  • Clarifying Home Ownership During Disaster Recovery: September 22nd at Noon and September 23rd at 6 pm.
  • Estate Planning for Disaster Recovery: October 20th at Noon and October 21st at 6 pm.

Registration is not required to join via conference call. To view the information via webinar, registration is required. View for conference line/registration information.

Department of Justice: Elder Justice Initiative

If you think you are a victim of a scam or attempted fraud involving COVID-19, report it to the National Center for Disaster Fraud by calling 866-720-5721 or emailing National Center for Disaster Fraud.

COVID-19 & Food Safety FAQ

Brunswick County Schools Child Nutrition

Brunswick County Schools

The curbside student Summer Meal Program will change starting September 21st when the students return to in-person learning. Visit the Brunswick County Schools website for the latest information on how meal service will work for the rest of this semester.

Matthew's Ministry - Backpack Program

Matthew's Ministry is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to ending childhood hunger. They currently provide food for children at 12 schools in Brunswick County. If you need to enroll your child, call 910-713-2043 or visit their Facebook page for more information.

Related Information

View the Health Resources directory for more information on COVID-19.