COVID-19 Information and Resources

The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency is committed to the health and well-being of all North Carolinians and has assembled a list of resources to help residents navigate the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation. The Agency will update this page as new resources become available.

  • NCCARE 360: Can connect you to local services and resources through a statewide coordinated care network.
  • NC 211: Provides free and confidential information 24/7 on health and human services and resources within your community, maintained by the United Way of North Carolina. Dial 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162 for assistance and text COVIDNC to 898-211 to sign up for announcements and updates.

Housing Assistance

Lenders, Servicers and Real Estate Agents

North Carolina Property Developers, Owners and Managers

Supportive Housing Providers

Local Governments and Nonprofit Organizations


  • NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS): Provides an overview of the state’s response to the virus, the latest updates, travel guidance, information on protecting families and communities and where to seek help and information for health care providers and organizations, schools and colleges and the business community.
  • NCDHHS Check My Symptoms: Allows people to enter their symptoms to determine if they should consider getting tested for COVID-19. If a test is recommended, they will receive a link to a list of nearby testing sites via email or text.
  • NCDHHS Vaccine Information: Provides an overview of COVID-19 vaccine information including information on the COVID-19 vaccination plan, vaccine groups and locations.
  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC): Discusses what you need to know about the virus, including symptoms and seeking treatment, and includes a map with updates on cases across the United States.
  • FEMA: Provides extensive FAQs and guidance on supplies and equipment, best practices, how to get assistance and how to provide help. 
  • Gathers latest news and updates from the White House, CDC and FEMA and provides resources for travelers, households, pregnant women and children, small business owners, schools, businesses, health care professionals and health departments and laboratories. 
  • World Health Organization: Provides extensive information on the impact of the virus worldwide, travel advisories and how to protect yourself.