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Child nutrition worker Ana Sanchez gets ready to place meal bags in families' vehicles April 15 at Rivera Elementary School. Denton ISD hands out a week's worth of breakfast and lunch for students between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesdays at 18 locations.

General assistance & resources

  • Denton County Public Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hotline: 940-349-2585
  • DCPH's free COVID-19 testing: www.dentoncounty.com/covid19testing
  • Health Services of North Texas federally supported clinic: 940-381-1505
  • Denton County Clerk’s Office: 940-349-2018
  • Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas: 940-382-6712
  • Resources available through the city of Dentonwww.cityofdenton.com/coronavirus.

Resources for businesses & workers

Donate, volunteer or get assistance

  • Visit United Way of Denton County’s resource page at www.unitedwaydenton.org/covid-19-resources.
  • Sign up to volunteer in Denton County’s fight against COVID-19 at https://bit.ly/2VgSKCF.
  • Visit Serve Denton’s resource page at www.servedenton.org/coronavirus.
  • Denton Hunger Coalition lists food pantries, including mobile pantry events, at www.facebook.com/DentonHungerCoalition.
  • Our Daily Bread soup kitchen is open 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday, serving food 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m., at 300 W. Oak St. To learn how to donate, visit www.ourdailybreaddenton.org.
  • Denton Animal Support Foundation and the city animal shelter have set up a temporary Emergency Pet Food Pantry at the Linda McNatt Animal Care & Adoption Center, 3717 N. Elm St. Appointments must be made by calling 940-349-7594. To donate, drop off food or supplies in the donation box outside the shelter, or donate at www.dentonasf.com.
  • Rose Costumes' Project Mask Makers volunteers are making non-clinical cloth face masks for donation. Visit www.rosecostumes.com.

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