As a Gwinnett Habitat homeowner/homebuyer, your family’s health and welfare are our top priorities.
We know you are worried about your livelihood, your families and their welfare. We have great concern for the health and care of every single person mired in this event and maintain hope for the quickest recovery and return to normalcy that is possible. Our Board and staff have been praying for you.
Due to changing conditions as we try to manage the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our offices will be closed. Gwinnett Habitat will be closed effective immediately through April 30, 2020. All staff members are working from home. You may call or email, and we will respond to you promptly. The Restore is closed until further notice. You can visit their website for updates: www.suburbanatlantarestores.org. Be assured that we are working hard to ensure that our programming continues with as little disruption to you as possible.
There is a lot of misinformation out there about the COVID-19 virus. The Centers for Disease Control is a reliable source for information and is updated daily. Visit https://www.cdc.gov/
We will continue to monitor CDC recommendations to help make sure you and your family stay healthy and that you meet the requirements to maintain your home.
Again, our top priority is your family’s health and safety, as well as that of our staff, volunteers, and sponsors who make homeownership possible. We will keep you informed of any changes as they occur by email and on our website. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Please contact our Homeowner Services Manager, Rhonda Streat firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 770-931-8080, xt.1017 should you have questions or concerns.
Helpful Resources and Links
Helping Kids and Families During Corona Uncertainty – The Families First Coronavirus Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020. It will go into effect within 15 days of President Trump’s signature, we do not know the specific date yet. The Act will remain in effect until December 31, 2020. It applies to private-sector employers with fewer than 500 employees and all government employers. Download PDF below to learn more.
Lawrenceville Resource Center
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Georgia
SO, YOU’RE STUCK INSIDE – Although our immediate worlds may be smaller, there’s no reason we can’t all continue to expand our minds. Visit the Gwinnett Public Library website for a list of websites that you can visit to learn, explore, contribute and create: https://www.gwinnettpl.org/kids/gcpl-daily-distraction/
Things To Do With Your Kids At Home Online During the COVID-19 Closures – https://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archives/2020/03/16/things-to-do-with-your-kids-at-home-online-during-the-covid-19-closures
Good news! There’s a great go-to website for Gwinnettians to learn more about how we can care for our community through COVID-19. Please help us share the news about www.GwinnettCares.org!
Lawrenceville Co-Op -They will be open during their regular business hours using a drive through process. They provide help via food bank, medical help, clothing vouchers, and other services. For More Information please call (770) 339-7887 or visit their website https://lawrencevilleco-op.org.
Gwinnett Helpline – For help with food, please contact the Gwinnett Helpline (see below) to find out the location of your local co-op.
The Gwinnett Helpline provides information and referral services to health and human services in Gwinnett for all Gwinnett County residents. https://www.gwinnettcoalition.org/helpline/
Gov. Kemp: SNAP recipients will get additional $100 in benefits…read more about this change.