People with Disabilities COVID-19 Resource Guide
We put together this list of resources to help people with disabilities get their basic needs met during this public health crisis of COVID-19.
This is an ongoing program.
You can call or email us at any time to leave us a message. We will return your call as soon as possible. Our main contact information is for non-urgent issues. If you are having a medical or mental health emergency, call or text 9-1-1 immediately
We serve people of all ages, but our resources typically require an adult to access.
You can contact them with general disability-related questions by leaving a voicemail or emailing. Please remember that CCPD staff are unable to give any medical or legal advice.
No application or registration needed.
The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.
- Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the CCPD office is closed until further notice.
People with disabilities (PwD) and/or certain ongoing health problems, especially people who have problems with their lungs or with fighting off illness, are at a higher risk of getting very sick if they get COVID-19. Together we can keep our most vulnerable residents safe and healthy, both physically and mentally, by taking specific steps.
Please visit the City of Cambridge's website and read through our section on Important Information & Resources, or contact us with additional questions.