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COVID-19 Update: Safe With Us

Staff Resources

We Support You

Home Health Foundation has gathered these resources to help our staff support their mental health, basic needs and wellness.  Please check back often as we continue to add new resources*.  If you are aware of additional resources that should be added to this list, or if there is anything we can do to support you during this time, please contact us at info@homehealthfoundation.org.

*Last updated on August 10, 2020

Free or Discounted Meals

  • Burger King – Emergency services, health and social care workers are all entitled to a free drink from Burger King, with work ID
  • Cumberland FarmsFree iced or hot coffee, any size to people helping battle the COVID-19 outbreak 
  • Home Chef, a meal delivery service, is offering 50% off your first purchase for medical personnel, first responders, military and teachers. The maximum discount is $60 per sale, and subsequent orders will be discounted by 10%. Verification is completed using ID.me
  • Mrs. Fields – 25% off their Heroes Collection
  • Outback Steakhouse10% off to nurses, doctors, medical staff, first responders, military, police, and firefighters. Just show valid medical, state, or federal service ID
  • Salvatore’s Restaurant, Andover, MA – Discounted pricing on 12″ and 19″ pizzas
  • Snickers – Send an essential worker (nurses, delivery drivers, cashiers, etc.) a free Snickers bar by filling out the form on the link. The recipient will be sent an e-gift card to redeem their Snickers at Walmart

Free or Discounted Goods & Services

  • Adidas – Nurses, medical professionals, first responders, and military can receive a 40% discount. Verify with ID.me to receive your discount
  • Asics60% off all full-priced products in their online store to medical professionals and first responders
  • AT&T – new nurse and physician subscribers are eligible for 3 free months of service, plus a $200 activation credit when activating a new FirstNet Ready smartphone on a new FirstNet Mobile – Responder plan
  • BJ’s Wholesale Club – Dedicated shopping hour for healthcare workers and first responders. Starting April 19, these individuals can shop every Sunday from 8am-9am – no membership required. BJ’s is also offering a free 4-month membership to healthcare workers and first responders with work ID
  • Clarks50% discount off one pair of shoes for nurses and medical professionals. Verify with ID.me on their webpage to receive your discount
  • Danform Shoes20% discount off footwear to healthcare professionals including nurses, doctors, and medical workers across the country. Offer applies to online sales only during store closure. Use code SUPERHERO20 at checkout
  • FJOLK Shoes – Any healthcare worker on the COVID-19 frontlines can receive a free pair of shoes from FJOLK. Email together@fjolk.com for a pair of shoes from the FJOLK community
  • Medelita – Medical workers can receive a 30% discount on Medelita scrubs by using code FRONTLINES at checkout
  • Merrell20% discount to nurses, first responders, and military members. Verify your status on the link to get started
  • Nike20% off discount for U.S. first responders and medical professionals
  • The North Face50% discount off non-sale items to healthcare workers in the U.S. through December 31, 2020
  • Owala – 50% discount off water bottles to nurses, doctors, law enforcement, firefighters, public service/government, as well as anyone retired from these industries
  • Reebok – Nurses, first responders, teachers, military personnel, and government employees can receive a 50% discount at Reebok. Verify with ID.me to get started.
  • Samsung – free repairs on Samsung phones, including cracked screens and battery replacements, to frontline healthcare workers with valid ID
  • Skechers –  30% discount plus free shipping for essential workers through June 15. No code needed.
  • Sprintfree expedited shipping, waived activation fees on Sprint.com, and Sprint Perks to healthcare workers
  • Tech2120% off antimicrobial phone cases, tablet cases, and laptop cases to healthcare heroes. Email healthcare.hero@tech21.com with your work ID to receive the discount code
  • Uber – Uber Health will provide transportation for front-line health care workers, both to and from patients’ homes as well as between health care facilities, according to a press release. They’re also committing 300,000 free meals on Uber Eats to first responders and health care workers in the U.S. and Canada
  • Under Armour40% discount to first responders and healthcare workers to include nurses, doctors, medical staff, police, firefighters, and EMT. To receive the discount, verify your eligibility with ID.me and choose Military and First Responder Discount at checkout
  • Verizon is extending their “Those who serve” discounts to include nurses and teachers, in addition to first responders, veterans, and active-duty military. Healthcare workers can receive up to $40.00 off unlimited wireless and FIOS internet packages.
  • Vineyard Vines15% discount off everything for nurses, doctors, and healthcare workers.  Verify your status through the link
  • Yetispecial pricing and discounts to nurses, first responders, military, and government employees. Verify your status through ID.me to get started

Wellness Offers

  • Barre3 and The Bar Method – The ballet-meets-yoga-meets-Pilates classes are free for 15 days.
  • Boston Medical Center is offering P.U.L.S.E. as a resiliency strategy, which includes steps and a self-assessment tool for individuals experiencing distressing events
  • Cedardale Health & Fitness in Haverhill, MA is offering Staying Healthy at Home Tips, including Zoom meetings with a nutritionist, virtual fitness classes and prerecorded fitness and yoga videos
  • Core Power YogaFree access to a new collection of online classes every week so you can keep your practice moving – wherever you are
  • Drive Custom Fit in Salem, NH is now offering your favorite workouts by your favorite trainers for free via their YouTube Channel
  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program) – counselors and coaches are available during this overwhelming time via phone or an individual Virtual Session. Call 800-252-4555 or visit www.theEAP.com/HealthCare-EAP to access resources from reputable health authorities to help address any concerns you may have
  • Echelon and Peloton. Both apps offer a wide variety of live and on-demand classes (yoga, dance, core, Pilates) in addition to the in-home Spin classes they’re known for. Both apps are free for 90 days
  • The Emotional PPE Project is a non-profit that was launched by a medical scientist in Boston to provide free therapy to medical workers who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic
  • Fitbit is offering a 90-day free trial of Premium to help you stay active, sleep well and manage stress. Unlock it all in the Fitbit app
  • Gaia is offering a collection of free classes on their website to help individuals and families feel healthy, happy and centered during this time of isolation
  • Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health offers a program called “First Responders First,” which provides tips for sustaining yourself during the coronavirus pandemic, including self-care, managing stress, mental well-being, and connection
  • Headspace is offering all American healthcare professionals free access to its mindfulness meditation backed by clinically validated research through 2020
  • Massachusetts General Hospitalfree resources for health care workers and first responders to support mindfulness, relaxation, and movement. Includes resources on mental health, healthy habits, mindfulness, positive emotions, and yoga and movement
  • Mindful & UCLA’s Mindful Research Center offers audio for a 5-minute guided breathing exercise and meditation, as well as additional guided meditations in English and Spanish
  • OrangeTheory Fitness is offering a new workout video every day to keep you strong
  • Samaritans, Inc. is a Boston-based non-profit organization that provides suicide prevention and crisis services across Massachusetts, including through the Samaritans helpline
  • Ten Percent Happier provides a “Coronavirus Sanity Guide,” which includes meditations, podcasts, blog posts, talks, and free access to their app for health care workers
  • Willis Towers Watson in Boston offers Wellbeing Ideas for Remote Employees
  • YMCA launched on-demand exercise and youth programs called YMCA 360, including barre, boot camp, yoga and more “to support the health and well-being of everyone staying home.” All of the exercise courses are free for a limited time, regardless of Y membership

Child and Family Care Assistance

  • Care.com – Frontline healthcare workers can receive a free month of premium access to Care.com services to get help with caring for children, elderly parents, and pets. Additionally, for residents of Massachusetts, in partnership with the EEC, participating families of essential workers and educators will receive 3 months of Premium access to Care.com
  • Commonwealth Nursing Services – Does your loved one need help at home to live safely and well?  Our own team of HHAs from CNS may be able to assist your family with supportive services including personal care, light housekeeping and meal preparation.  For more information, please contact CNS at 978-459-7771.
  • Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) has established an emergency child care system for frontline and other essential workers who require child care during the COVID-19 state of emergency
  • Sittercity – Essential front-line healthcare workers can receive a free 3-month subscription to Sittercity Premium

Additional COVID-19 Resources

The Faces of Heroes

We know and appreciate the sacrifices our caregivers make on a daily basis to protect our patients, their families and each other from COVID-19. We invite you to show the entire community the face of a hero! Email your PPE selfie to info@homehealthfoundation.org.

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