Masks must be worn by patients and visitors - even if you are vaccinated.

Everyone 12+*  is eligible to get a free COVID-19 Pfizer vaccination.  Register here or call 216-778-6100 to schedule.

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Community Resources

COVID-19 concerns? Call our hotline at 440-592-6843 (440-59-COVID).

Staying in quarantine means you’re helping prevent the spread of the virus. It is for the safety of you, your family, and the community that you adhere to the quarantine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers additional information about quarantine.

Being in quarantine can make it hard to get the supplies you need – like food, toiletries, medical supplies and medicine.

Below are resources to help get the things you need delivered to your home, so you can avoid going in public except to seek medical care.

Multilingual resources for COVID-19 can be found on the Cuyahoga County website.

Education and Activities

Food & Groceries

School District Meal Resources

CMSD is offering a meal pick-up program at 22 PreK-8 sites across the city. Meals will include breakfast and lunch and is open to all children 18 and younger, regardless of where they go to school – public, parochial, charter or private schools in Cleveland. Learn more.

Download the CMSD meal pick-up locations and guidelines

Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District, in partnership with AVI Food Systems, are also offering meal pick-up during the school closures. Learn more.

Download the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district meal pick-up guide

Delivery Services

  • Grubhub
  • Instacart
  • Postmates
  • Target
  • Uber Eats is waiving delivery fees for all orders from independently owned restaurants on the app. You can find the independent restaurants by looking for the EAT LOCAL banner in the app. Delivery fees will be automatically waived on all applicable orders. 
  • Walmart
  • Zagara's

Local Food Resources

Internet Service

  • EmpowerCLE (Digital C): At low rates, empowerCLE+ is bringing reliable, high speed broadband Internet to Cleveland’s under-connected and un-connected communities.
  • PCs for People: Individuals and families that meet the eligibility requirements can receive a computer, computer repair, internet service and learning resources
  • AT&T: AT&T is offering discounted unlimited wireless data plans and content filtering services to private K-12 schools, colleges and universities across the country for a limited time. Click here for more information.

Talking to Kids about COVID-19

Unemployment Support

Medications & Medical Supplies

  • MetroHealth Pharmacy
    The health of our patients, our caregivers and the community is always our primary concern. MetroHealth is taking several steps to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. These include practicing social distancing and limiting the number of people entering our facilities. With that in mind, we began complimentary delivery of your prescriptions. This allows patients to avoid crowds in accordance with the current guidance from the state of Ohio and Centers for Disease Control.
  • CVS Prescription Delivery

Multilingual Resources

MetroHealth Resources

Other Community Resources

How You Can Help

If you are looking for ways to help those in need, there are many ways you can support your family and friends who are in quarantine, helping ease their stress and meet their needs.

A few ways you can help:

  • Check-in on your friends, family and neighbors. Offer to drop off meals or supplies at their front door if they’re in quarantine. 
  • COVID-19 Fund – The MetroHealth Foundation has established a fund to support MetroHealth’s continued COVID-19 response. Donations are directed to the areas of greatest need facing the health system. Go to and designate “COVID-19” for your gift. 
  • The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage. Healthy individuals are needed to donate.
  • The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is doing everything they can to ensure children, families, seniors and hard-working neighbors have the nutritious food they need to stay healthy during the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Volunteer or donate to a Meels on Wheels Program in your community. 
COVID-19 and Homemade Masks
How to Donate Fabric Face Masks

There are many ways you can help us fight COVID-19. This includes creating cloth masks for patients, including children over the age of two, MetroHealth non-clinical employees and our community partners. Our staff also appreciate the homemade headbands with buttons to attach to ear loops.

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