Jobs & Money

Economic Stimulus Package:

Work:

Money:

Taxes: 

Get Help:

  • Benefits.gov
  • DeKalb County Citizen Help Information includes utility, food, financial and health resources.
  • United Way 
    • United Way of Greater Atlanta’s 211 Contact Center connects families with the community-based resources they need to thrive – resources that can put food on tables, sharpen and edit resumes, keep lights on or even provide clothes after a house fire. United Way’s 211 is free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in 140 different languages. Call 211 or text your zip code and need to 898-211.
  • Women's Resource Center for individuals in high-risk situations who need housing and financial assistance
  • Atlanta Artist Relief Fund assistance for freelance Atlanta -area artists including food and medicine delivery 
  • National Domestic Workers Alliance Coronavirus Care Fund ia a fund to assist domestic workers out of work during this time, with information on other COVID-19 related topics 
  • See the Food & Shelter page for additional resources

Scams and Frauds:

There are reports that there are frauds and scams targeting individuals with claims of coronavirus test kits, health insurance assistance, help with the federal government’s economic stimulus package and others.  

  • To avoid frauds and being scammed:
    • Be skeptical of phone calls, text messages or emails from phone numbers, people and organizations that you do not know or aren’t familiar with. 
    • Do not share personal information, like your social security number or banking information. 
    • Government and financial institutions will not call or email you asking for this information. 
    • Research or directly contact institutions and agencies to verify their legitimacy or requests. 
    • Do not click links or download files from people or organizations that you do not know or don’t expect as they could download viruses or malware to your device, 
    • Be extra vigilant!
  • To report frauds or scams: 
    • Call the Georgia Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division at 404.651.8600 or 800.869.1123.
    • Contact the National Center for Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866.720.5721 or email disaster@leo.gov.
    • File a complaint with the FTC.
    • File a complaint about email scams with the FBI and IC3.
  • For more information on coronavirus frauds and scams and tips to avoid them: