Information on the Emergency Broadband funding can be accessed here
Tax Help resources for Seniors: https://www.sfcc.edu/taxaide-aarp-tax/
Legal Resources: Even when there isn't a pandemic, a lot of Civil Legal issues come up and we have questions and we don't always have the wherewithal to deal with them. The New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice has a number of resources that can help, including topics such as elder care. The New Mexico State Library has put together a guide to much of the information as well. If you need forms, try here.
For more help from the Commission on Access to Justice see the following:
LREP (Legal Resources for the Elderly) will present its next Webinar on January 31 at 11:00am. This presentation will cover information regarding debt problems; such as what happens if a person can't pay their debts, what actions debt collectors can take, and what action a person may take if they are sued for a debt that they owe.
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Jan 31, 2022 11:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Topic: LREP: Debt Problems Workshop
To register, people can call 505-797-6005 and we will send them the registration link, or they can register directly by clicking on the registration link below. Feel free to forward this information to anyone that could benefit from this presentation.
Register in advance for this webinar:
Coronavirus Information and Assistance
New Mexico Coronavirus Medical Hotline: (855) 600-3453
Non-health-related concerns: (833) 551-0518
Information from Prevention Magazine
Resources for families and individuals
The La Tienda Community Newsletter has weekly lists of resources to help yourself, others or both.
Internet Access Resources
To help make online learning equally accessible to all, many Internet Service Providers in New Mexico are offering free service and Wi-Fi hotspots during this public health crisis. The New Mexico Public Education Department has compiled a complete listing of providers and their current offers. The CommUNITY Learning Network keeps a list of community hot spots. The National Digital Inclusion Alliance has also begun compiling a multi-state listing of free and low-cost internet plans available to people during this outbreak.
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