Stay Healthy. Stay Safe | COVID-19 Response & Resources - HUECU
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During this time, it’s important to learn how to stay healthy and safe.

There is a lot of information about COVID-19 out there and we understand it can be overwhelming. To help, we’ve pulled together a few resources so you know just what to do.

We’re all in this together.

How to Protect Yourself

Learn how COVID-19 spreads, steps to take to protect yourself, and steps to take to protect others.


Use this checklist to help you take steps to plan and protect the health of you and your family.

Myth Busters

There is a lot of information out there about the COVID-19. The World Health Organization gives advice regarding COVID-19 myths.

Getting Your Household Ready

The Centers for Disease Control provides guidance to help household members plan for community transmission of COVID-19 in the United States.

Manage Anxiety and Stress 

COVID-19 may cause stress among the community. The Center for Disease Control provides ways to cope and manage stress.

Protect Your Finances

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides helpful resources to protect your finances during this time.

Avoiding Scams

Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding COVID-19. The Federal Trade Commission provides tips for avoiding Coronavirus scams.

Donating to Charities 

Some scams may look like they’re helping local groups you already support. The Better Business Bureau gives advice for donating to Coronavirus causes.

Phishing Email Alert

Make sure you are aware of phishing scams. The Centers for Disease Control provides an alert regarding a phishing email referencing the CDC and the pandemic.

We’re here for you.
During this trying time, we wanted to share a few of the ways we are here to support you.
Making the best of it.
Check out a few tips to make the best of being at home.
Financial Support
HUECU has put together a series of programs to help members feeling financial hardship.
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