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Cobb County COVID-19 Update Page

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Cobb COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

Cobb County's nonprofit partners have reported they have nearly exhausted their federal rental and utility assistance allocation.  Those still in need and impacted by the pandemic are asked to apply with the state portal at

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COVID-19 Resource & Data Hub

Our Focus: Providing Data and Resources. 

View information, statistics, local updates, and breaking news regarding COVID-19 in Cobb County.

Community Resources

Public Health Info and Recommendations

Recommendations: Cobb and Douglas Public Health has issued new guidelines during this pandemic.

Medical Information: Cobb County officials are staying in close contact with our colleagues at the Cobb & Douglas Public Health Department while watching the COVID-19 virus situation. 

This is an evolving situation and you can take action to make sure you are well-informed and take the appropriate measures.

    COVID-19 Community Reference Guide

    Our resource list for individuals & companies affected by COVID-19 can be downloaded by clicking here.

    Cobb County Community Services Board

    Cobb County Community Services Board remains open to help those with Behavioral Health Challenges.

    View the news release and more information

    United Way Resources

    United Way 211 for help –  The 2-1-1 Contact Center is a free information and referral resource that connects people to the essential health and human services they need.   Text, chat live, email, search the device, download the mobile app to seek help.

    To donate visit

    211 is here to help

    For those seeking resources/services during this time – the easiest and quickest way to access is text "211od" to 898-211.  Follow the prompts and it is immediate.  I went through it myself yesterday with a few different scenarios.  The online database is also another quick resource –

    Volunteer – in a socially distant way

    There is still much that can be done to help.  See volunteer opportunities here:

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      Cobb Community Foundation Resources

      Cobb Community Foundation (CCF) has taken a number of steps to support our business community and non-profit agencies serving families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. They have quickly updated online community resources, created funds to provide area non-profits with much-needed support, and mobilized status calls to help support non-profit collaboration to better serve Cobb’s urgent community needs.

      CCF COVID-19 Response:

      • Map of Community Support Services: An easy to search online resource to quickly locate community services, such as food pantries. Individuals can access up-to-date information from Cobb non-profits at
      • Cobb COVID-19 Community Response Fund: Provided grants to non-profits who assist Cobb Residents with food, prescriptions and healthcare, childcare and basic needs. Learn more.
      • Operation Meal Plan Fund: Created by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Center for Family Resources, Cobb Community Foundation, and Cobb County non-profits, provide food to those in need, helped our restaurants keep their workers employed, and provided a vehicle for citizens to help. Learn more.

      “Cobb County is home to a strong community of individuals who support each other, our local businesses, non-profit organizations, and our families in need,” stated Shari Martin, President and CEO of Cobb Community Foundation. “Especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I know that as a community foundation, it’s our role to build and deploy resources to non-profits to help support our community. Together we can and together we did make a difference.”

      Food Bank Locations

      The Atlanta Food Bank has a new way of finding food banks. Individuals can text "findfood" to +1 888-976-2232. Enter zip code and they will text a food bank list in their area. If there is food bank in the area they will provide the closet location as well.

      Press Contact

      Ross Cavitt | Cobb County Communications Director | Email | Contact Us | Webpage |