COVID-19 Local Resources

This page will be updated regularly as the foundation learns of resources and services.

The Clemmons Community Foundation is working in partnership with community leaders to help provide information and access to resources from front-line charitable organizations who are helping residents through these uncertain times.

Individuals and Families

Below are resources we have been made aware of in Clemmons and Lewisville, Winston-Salem, and Yadkin County. Click the tab for the area you'd like to explore.

Nonprofits and Small Businesses

Click the Nonprofits and Small Businesses tab to learn more about our COVID-19 grant opportunities and other resources.

last updated May 14, 2020, 4:35pm


If you know of a resource in Clemmons-Lewisville please let us know by completing this form or contact mark@clemmonsfoundation.org.

General Information

211  Information
Call 2-1-1 or visit http://211.org/

Forsyth County COVID-19 Hotline and Trusted Sources

  • 336-582-0800, to answer the public's questions about the virus.
  • The Public Health Department can be reached at 336-703-3100.
  • ReadyForsyth.org

North Carolina Department of Health

  • Latest state updates, including executive order information, is available here.
  • Public health assistance options through the state are available here.

NCCARE360
Connect with NCCARE360 for help navigating services like health, housing, employment, and transportation.

Food Nutrition Benefits

  • EBT Benefits have been expanded. For more information call 888.622.7328 or visit ebtedge.com.
  • North Carolina has been approved for the new Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) program. No application necessary. Families already receiving Food and Nutrition Services benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card.

Immediate Job Openings
View a list of immediate job openings, statewide, from the The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC).

Blood Drives

View a list of blood drives near Clemmons and Lewisville. The American Red Cross is accepting new donations in the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply of blood throughout the pandemic. Safety protocols have been put into place.

Childcare

Statewide Childcare Hotline
Essential and critical workers who need childcare can call 1-888-600-1685 to receive information about local options for children from infants through age 12. The hotline is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Local Facilities in Clemmons-Lewisville
The following child care facilities in Clemmons and Lewisville are currently accepting new enrollments. Call for more information:

  • Clemmons Moravian Childcare Center is open to provide childcare and school-age care for critical care and essential workers.  They are currently open Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm, closed on Fridays.  For more information call 336-766-6979 ext. 1005 or email childcare@clemmonsmoravian.org.
  • A Child's World Learning Center (2005 Lewisville Clemmons Road, Clemmons) - 336.766.8222
  • Childcare Network (5038 Styers Ferry Road, Lewisville) - 336.766.3234

Imprints Cares is offering childcare, with certified teachers on-site, at 6 local school locations: Morgan, Bolton, Brunson, Union Cross, Piney Grove, and Ashley Elementary Schools. The program offers a 1:9 staff to student ratio and curbside check-in, as well as an instructional block, STEAM activities, and recreational opportunities. Contact Lori Richards at lrichards@imprintscares.org or 336.722.6296 ext. 218.

Counseling / Pastoral Care

CareNet Counseling
Contact: Barbara Saulpaugh, bsaulpau@wakehealth.edu
CareNet is available for mental health counseling (including depression and anxiety) for children and adults via telehealth - by phone and WebEx.

Agape Faith Church / Triad Dream Center
Contact: Pastor Robert Barr, pastorbarr@agapefaith.com
There is no charge for  counseling, but donations are  accepted since it's all volunteer based. For non-church members sessions are scheduled based on availability. The church is located at 2101 Lewisville-Clemmons Road in Clemmons.

Centenary United Methodist Church Clemmons
Virtual Pastoral Counseling
The church's staff is available to receive calls from members of the community to help with issues of stress and anxiety. The staff are not licensed counselors, so as the need arises, a referral to mental health professional may be made. Contact Rev. Vincent Howell at 336.766.5987 (church office) or 336.830.4531 (mobile).

Daymark Crisis Line
1.866.275.9552 (available 24/7)
Contact for emergency mental health needs or support with severe and persistent mental health challenges such as psychosis.

Suicide Prevention Hotline
1.800.273.8255

Emergency Assistance

Crisis Control
Monday - Friday, 9am - 2pm (Winston-Salem Office)
If you need immediate assistance with finances, pharmacy, or supplemental grocery, please call the following numbers: 336.724.7453; 336.722.0425; 336.201.5596. Please do not leave a voicemail. If your call is not answered,  try the next number. The lobby is not open for visitors or requests.

Annoor Islamic Center
1435 Lake Cottage Rd, Clemmons
Contact: Ibrahim B. Thompson, oneklassyone@gmail.com
Food, clothing, rent assistance, and other financial assistance on a case-by-case basis.

Centenary United Methodist Church Clemmons
5280 Hampton Road, Clemmons
Free clothing give away available: clothing and shoes for women and girls, men and boys. To receive free clothing, call the church at 336.766.5987 and leave a message with your name, phone number, and clothing needs. The church will check inventory, collecting clothing they have, and work to arrange a time for pick-up.

Lewisville United Methodist Church Blessing Box
6290 Shallowford Road, Lewisville
A blessing box with basic nonperishable food supplies and toiletries is located in the church parking lot at the corner of Shallowford and Conrad. Anyone is welcome to use it on a help yourself basis. Help in replenishing items is most welcome. For more information call the church at 336.945.3203.

Feeding Sites

Free Meals Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
Free meals for children ages 0-18 years old and Forsyth Tech students with student ID. Students do not need to be WS/FCS district students and they do not have to be present to get the meals. A parent can just go to the school and tell the cafeteria staff the names of their children and they will get meals for them. Informational flyers are available in English and Spanish.

Several Clemmons-Lewisville schools  are open from 10am - 2pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for pick up meals. View menus.

  • Clemmons Elementary
  • Lewisville Elementary
  • Vienna Elementary
  • Meadowlark Elementary
  • Southwest Elementary
  • Morgan Elementary
  • Ward Elementary
  • Mobile Delivery is available at Morgan Place Apartments and Peacehaven Mobile Home Park

Locating Service
Text FOODNC to 877-877 to locate nearby free meal sites. The texting service is also available in Spanish by texting COMIDA to 877-877.

First Responders and Hospital Staff Grocery Shopping Hours

  • Publix: Thursdays, 8 - 9pm; Fridays, 7 - 8am

Food Pantry and Supplemental Groceries

Clemmons Food Pantry
Tuesdays, 4-6pm; Thursdays, 3:30 – 5pm, 6 – 7:30pm; Saturdays, 9 – 11am
2585 Old Glory Road, Suite 109 | Contact: 336.331.3432
New procedures are in place where clients are asked to remain in their cars and a volunteer will assist.

Lewisville Community Assistance Program in partnership with Lewisville United Methodist Church
6920 Shallowford Road, Lewisville
Food pantry and supplies for Lewisville residents only. If you are a Lewisville resident with job loss due to illness or injury contact the church office at 336.945.3203.

Health Insurance

If you have recently lost or can no longer afford your health insurance, or even if you are trying to purchase health insurance for the first time, you have options to make sure that you and your family have access to care. View this informational flyer.

Medical Providers

Medical Supplies (Masks, etc.)

Clemmons Makes Masks
This group is sewing cotton face masks for workers in essential businesses and non-profits in Clemmons. Many people serving our community are on the front line of exposure - workers in our grocery stores, pharmacies, auto and hardware stores, etc. If you are
interested in sewing masks or donating cotton cloth (180 thread count or higher like old cotton sheets and pillow cases, men’s dress shirts, and quilting scraps), or if your Clemmons-based organization is in need of masks, please click here for details.

Public Wi-Fi Access

In an effort to help service residents, many communities and vendors around NC are offering wi-fi access locations for public use. Use this interactive map to find public access near you.

Senior/Older Adults Grocery Shopping Hours

  • Harris Teeter: Mondays and Thursdays, 6 – 7am
  • Lowes Foods: Tuesdays and Wednesday, 7 – 8am
  • Publix: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7 - 8am

Small Business

Small Business Navigators
A joint initiative of the Chamber, Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, and the foundation, this program aims to provide a resource person to small businesses, nonprofits, and self-employed individuals to help them understand the various COVID-19 programs and opportunities available for small businesses in our community. These resource people, called Navigators, will work one-on-one to help employers identify what’s available, the criteria, and what’s needed in the application process, and where to apply. Employers do not need to be Chamber members. Every employer in Clemmons and Lewisville can access a personal navigator at not cost to help guide through the changing maze of resources available. Learn more and schedule an appointment.

Clemmons-Lewisville Chamber of Commerce Resource Guide
The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce has provided useful resources to help businesses and their teams.

Unemployment Assistance

The fastest and most efficient way to file for Unemployment Insurance in North Carolina is online.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance is a federal program for people who are unable to work as a result of COVID-19 and not eligible for regular state unemployment benefits such as independent contractors and self employed workers. There is a direct customer service line for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance: 866.847.7209.

Are you an employer? Here's some helpful information.

Utilities

Volunteering

Volunteering and donating items is still allowed under the shelter-in-place mandate. Organization and agency policies may vary. Learn more from HandsOn Northwest North Carolina about select agencies and projects responding to basic needs during COVID-19.

North Carolina Volunteerism Commission continues to update volunteer opportunities statewide.


General Information

211  Information
Call 2-1-1 or visit http://211.org/

Forsyth County COVID-19 Hotline
336-582-0800, to answer the public's questions about the virus. The Public Health Department can be reached at 336-703-3100.

North Carolina Department of Health

  • Latest state updates, including executive order information, is available here.
  • Public health assistance options through the state are available here.

NCCARE360
Connect with NCCARE360 for help navigating services like health, housing, employment, and transportation.

Food Nutrition Benefits

  • EBT Benefits have been expanded. For more information call 888.622.7328 or visit ebtedge.com.
  • North Carolina has been approved for the new Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) program. No application necessary. Families already receiving Food and Nutrition Services benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card.

Immediate Job Openings
View a list of immediate job openings, statewide, from the The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC).

Blood Drives

View a list of blood drives near you. The American Red Cross is accepting new donations in the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply of blood throughout the pandemic. Safety protocols have been put into place.

Childcare

Statewide Childcare Hotline
Essential and critical workers who need childcare can call 1-888-600-1685 to receive information about local options for children from infants through age 12. The hotline is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Emergency Childcare Sites
The Y's emergency childcare sites - William G. White, Davie, Stokes, Statesville, and Wilkes Family YMCAs - will serve first responders, healthcare workers, and other essential front-line workers (grocery store, pharmacy, etc) who need to go to work and serve our community during this pandemic. For more information visit https://ymcanwnc.org/keepingyouhealthy.

Imprints Cares
Imprints Cares is offering childcare, with certified teachers on-site, at 6 local school locations: Morgan, Bolton, Brunson, Union Cross, Piney Grove, and Ashley Elementary Schools. The program offers a 1:9 staff to student ratio and curbside check-in, as well as an instructional block, STEAM activities, and recreational opportunities. Contact Lori Richards at lrichards@imprintscares.org or 336.722.6296 ext. 218.

Counseling

CareNet Counseling
Contact: Barbara Saulpaugh, bsaulpau@wakehealth.edu
CareNet is available for mental health counseling (including depression and anxiety) for children and adults via telehealth - by phone and WebEx.

Daymark Crisis Line
1.866.275.9552 (available 24/7)
Contact for emergency mental health needs or support with severe and persistent mental health challenges such as psychosis.

Suicide Prevention Hotline
1.800.273.8255

Emergency Assistance

Crisis Control
Monday - Friday, 9am - 12 pm
If you need immediate assistance with finances, pharmacy, or supplemental grocery, please call the following numbers: 336.724.7453; 336.722.0425; 336.201.5596. Please do not leave a voicemail. If your call is not answered,  try the next number. The lobby is not open for visitors or requests.

Feeding Sites

The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity and Love Out Loud are partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC and nine local churches and organizations to distribute dinners to local communities from 2:00 - 6:00pm at various locations in Winston-Salem. Information flyers are available in English and Spanish.

Text FOODNC to 877-877 to locate nearby free meal sites. The texting service is also available in Spanish by texting COMIDA to 877-877.

First Responders and Hospital Staff Grocery Shopping Hours

  • Publix: Thursdays, 8 - 9pm; Fridays, 7 - 8am

Health Insurance

If you have recently lost or can no longer afford your health insurance, or even if you are trying to purchase health insurance for the first time, you have options to make sure that you and your family have access to care. View this informational flyer.

Medical Providers

Medical Supplies

Mask Sewing for Healthcare Works
Are you interested in sewing face masks? An organization, Project Mask, is collecting masks in response to need. View the patterns and directions necessary or making the masks. Note: both sides need to be cotton; do not use flannel. Elastic should be 1/4" or smaller. For more information contact Shellie Brewer, President of the Winston-Salem State Relief Society, at 336.414.5192.

Public Wi-Fi Access

In an effort to help service residents, many communities and vendors around NC are offering wi-fi access locations for public use. Use this interactive map to find public access near you.

Senior/Older Adults Grocery Shopping Hours

  • Harris Teeter: Mondays and Thursdays, 6 – 7am
  • Lowes Foods: Tuesdays and Wednesday, 7 – 8am
  • Publix: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7 - 8am

Unemployment Assistance

The fastest and most efficient way to file for Unemployment Insurance in North Carolina is online.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance is a federal program for people who are unable to work as a result of COVID-19 and not eligible for regular state unemployment benefits such as independent contractors and self employed workers. There is a direct customer service line for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance: 866.847.7209.

Are you an employer? Here's some helpful information.

Utilities

Volunteering

Volunteering and donating items is still allowed under the shelter-in-place mandate. Organization and agency policies may vary. Learn more from HandsOn Northwest North Carolina about select agencies and projects responding to basic needs during COVID-19.

North Carolina Volunteerism Commission continues to update volunteer opportunities statewide.


If you know of a resource in Yadkin County please let us know by completing this form or contact mark@clemmonsfoundation.org.

General Information

211  Information
Call 2-1-1 or visit http://211.org/

Forsyth County COVID-19 Hotline
336-582-0800, to answer the public's questions about the virus. The Public Health Department can be reached at 336-703-3100.

North Carolina Department of Health

  • Latest state updates, including executive order information, is available here.
  • Public health assistance options through the state are available here.

NCCARE360
Connect with NCCARE360 for help navigating services like health, housing, employment, and transportation.

Food Nutrition Benefits

  • EBT Benefits have been expanded. For more information call 888.622.7328 or visit ebtedge.com.
  • North Carolina has been approved for the new Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) program. No application necessary. Families already receiving Food and Nutrition Services benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card.

Immediate Job Openings
View a list of immediate job openings, statewide, from the The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC).

Blood Drives

View a list of blood drives near you. The American Red Cross is accepting new donations in the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply of blood throughout the pandemic. Safety protocols have been put into place.

Childcare

Statewide Childcare Hotline
Essential and critical workers who need childcare can call 1-888-600-1685 to receive information about local options for children from infants through age 12. The hotline is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Community Resource Guide

North Carolina Division of Workforce Solutions has compiled a community resource assistance guide for Yadkin County. View it here. It includes information related to childcare, food, legal aid, and employment.

Counseling

CareNet Counseling
Contact: Barbara Saulpaugh, bsaulpau@wakehealth.edu
CareNet is available for mental health counseling (including depression and anxiety) for children and adults via telehealth - by phone and WebEx.

Daymark Crisis Line
1.866.275.9552 (available 24/7)
Contact for emergency mental health needs or support with severe and persistent mental health challenges such as psychosis.

Suicide Prevention Hotline
1.800.273.8255

Feeding Sites

Text FOODNC to 877-877 to locate nearby free meal sites. The texting service is also available in Spanish by texting COMIDA to 877-877.

Food Pantry and Supplemental Groceries

Yadkin Christian Ministries
Yadkinville: 117 Woodlyn Drive | Contact: 336.677.3080
East Bend: 118 E NC 67 Hwy Bypass | Contact: 336.699.4544
YCM is open on a normal operating schedule at both ministry centers. See website for hours of operation.

Health Insurance

If you have recently lost or can no longer afford your health insurance, or even if you are trying to purchase health insurance for the first time, you have options to make sure that you and your family have access to care. View this informational flyer.

Medical Providers

Public Wi-Fi Access

In an effort to help service residents, many communities and vendors around NC are offering wi-fi access locations for public use. Use this interactive map to find public access near you.

Senior/Older Adults Grocery Shopping Hours

  • Lowes Foods: Tuesdays and Wednesday, 7 – 8am

Unemployment Assistance

The fastest and most efficient way to file for Unemployment Insurance in North Carolina is online.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance is a federal program for people who are unable to work as a result of COVID-19 and not eligible for regular state unemployment benefits such as independent contractors and self employed workers. There is a direct customer service line for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance: 866.847.7209.

Are you an employer? Here's some helpful information.

For assistance with finding temporary work or applying for unemployment insurance, contact NCWorks at 336.786.4169.

Utilities

Volunteering

Volunteering and donating items is still allowed under the shelter-in-place mandate. Organization and agency policies may vary. Learn more from HandsOn Northwest North Carolina about select agencies and projects responding to basic needs during COVID-19.

North Carolina Volunteerism Commission continues to update volunteer opportunities statewide.


Nonprofit Response Fund Grants

The COVID-19 Response Funds for Clemmons-Lewisville and Yadkin County were established to provide flexible and emergency response resources for nonprofit organizations serving residents impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The funds will work to complement rather than duplicate the distribution of any State and Federal resources.

Learn More

Small Business and Nonprofit Navigators

A joint initiative of the Chamber, Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, and the foundation, this program aims to provide a resource person to small businesses, nonprofits, and self-employed individuals to help them understand the various COVID-19 programs and opportunities available for small businesses in our community. These resource people, called Navigators, will work one-on-one to help employers identify what’s available, the criteria, and what’s needed in the application process, and where to apply. Employers do not need to be Chamber members. Every employer in Clemmons and Lewisville can access a personal navigator at not cost to help guide through the changing maze of resources available.

Learn More and Schedule an Appointment

Workplace Restart Initiative

To help prepare local businesses to re-open with the appropriate precautions, the Piedmont Triad Regional Workforce Development Board has developed a two-module training program. Businesses participating in the Workplace Restart initiative will receive COVID-19 specific safety training and up to 2 protective face masks for each employee, subject to availability. Modules will address workplace readiness and employee readiness. Each business should complete one registration form using the link above and indicate the total number of employees in need of training and protective face masks.

Small Business Relief Grant Program

Greater Winston-Salem, Inc and the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership are providing direct grants to assist in the recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants of up to $2,500 will be available for businesses with 1-3 employees, and grants up to $5,000 will be available for businesses with 4 or more employees. Click here to learn more.

CARES Act for Nonprofits

  • The National Council of Nonprofits has put together a summary of loans available for nonprofits in the CARES Act.
  • The Foundation for the Carolinas also has a helpful highlights.

North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

View this resource to help you take steps to safeguard your employees, operations, and communities.

Other Resources