Community Resources on Coronavirus

A Message from President John Williams
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John C. Williams

The coronavirus pandemic has brought with it extraordinary challenges for households, businesses, and communities across the nation.

This is first and foremost a public health crisis. It’s our doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals who are on the front lines supporting the public. I am grateful for their service to the American people during these unprecedented times.

The coronavirus has also created huge economic challenges, the scale of which is still evolving. The New York Fed, and the Federal Reserve System, has taken a number of actions in the past few weeks to support the economy and financial stability. In addition to lowering the target range for the federal funds rate, we have set up a number of facilities to improve access to credit.

The New York Fed is committed to helping the most vulnerable access the support they need. We have created this resource center where individuals, businesses, and non-profits can find out what’s available to them at the federal, state, and city level. This hub will be regularly updated to connect our communities with the necessary resources.

On a personal note, I’d like to thank my staff for their hard work and commitment to the Federal Reserve’s mission, pursuing our dual goals of maximum employment and price stability. Please take care of yourselves and your loved ones during this extraordinarily challenging time.

John Williams
President & CEO

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CRA & Regulatory Guidance
Employees & Workers
Financial Counseling & Credit Protection
Health & Safety
Housing
Nonprofits & Community Organizations
Small Business
Volunteer Opportunities

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