Covid19 Update2021-02-17T13:07:55+00:00

IINE Response to COVID-19

Since IINE’s offices closed for in-person services on March 13, 2020, thousands of clients have been served remotely.

Thanks to the support of our generous benefactors, IINE’s case management and education staff and volunteers have been able to provide a lifeline to people disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 impact.

IINE has provided a range of emergency relief services since the start of the pandemic including:

  • employment support
  • food and supplies
  • housing support
  • medical support
  • public benefits support – (including Unemployment applications)
  • wellness checks
  • adult education support
  • cash assistance

Please consider supporting IINE at this time so that we may continue to provide emergency support to people most impacted by COVID-19.

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