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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Resources for Nurses and Health Care Providers

The Delaware Nurses Association (DNA) extends our deepest appreciation and gratitude to our nursing and health care provider community here in Delaware. As you would expect, nurses have been on the front lines of this global pandemic. We have heard stories about nurses responding with compassion, generosity and expertise. We have heard of nurses in Delaware that have quickly responded to dying patients being treated or ruled-out for COVID-19, placed themselves at risk to care for our community, quarantined themselves from their families and loved ones to limit exposure, and signed up to complete drive-thru testing or be reassigned from their primary duties to help with this pandemic. These stories are humbling and inspiring, it is clear that the World Health Organization (WHO) designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife with good reason. Please know that DNA supports you and is grateful for your selfless contributions during these uncertain and concerning times. 

American Nurses Association (ANA)

The ANA's website contains information regarding ethics, infection prevention, PPE advocacy, travel, volunteering and more. Please check the website for ways to volunteer your resources at the national level and in other states. Please also view and apply their resources for mental health and well being of our nursing community. Be sure to register and watch their on-demand COVID-19 webinar.

American Nurses Foundation - Well-Being Initiative

  • Every day, across the nation, millions of nurses are experiencing extraordinary stress and other impacts to their mental health and well-being as the coronavirus pandemic progresses.
  • The American Nurses Foundation launched - in partnership with four leading nurse organizations - the Well-Being initiative to offer resources that focus on caring for nurses as they tirelessly care for others.
  • You have access to a suite of free tools and resources specifically designed to support your mental health and well-being during this time.
  • Access the Well-Being Initiative Here.

Brave of Heart Fund - Powered by the Foundations of New York Life and Cigna

This program provides financial grants to families of eligible healthcare workers, volunteers and support staff who lost their lives in the fight against COVID-19. Grantee families also have access to free emotional support services through Cigna. To date, the fund has supported over 250 families in 27 states with charitable grants. The grants provide basic and continuing financial support for common needs such as funeral costs, medical care, counseling, food, education, mortgage payments and immediate living expenses. 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

COVID-19 Task Force at the White House

Delaware Health and Social Services - Division of Public Health

Resources for Nurses and Health Care Personnel

Many private business and organizations are offering free or deeply discounted services and products to nurses and health care personnel working on the front lines of COVID-19. View the list below and check back frequently for updates. If you know of a business or organization helping nurses and front line health care personnel that is not on the list below, please email the information to

  • THE FRONTLINE IMPACT PROJECT: The Delaware Nurses Association has partnered with The Frontline Impact Project, founded by The KIND Foundation, to raise awareness of this program. The program works with corporate partners seeking to donate goods and services to healthcare professionals on the frontlines of multiple public health crises included COVID-19 and natural disasters. View the full press release here. This program supports all employers of frontline healthcare professionals, whether they be 10 people or thousands of people. Learn more and request goods and services: Frontline Impact Project.
  • NURSES HOUSE, INC.: Nurses House is the only national organization offering assistance to RN's who are struggling due to their health and financial situation. Are you or do you know a nurse who might not be able to work during this pandemic or who sustain a loss of income for any reason. Nurses House is partnering with the American Nurses Foundation to help nurses nationwide affected by COVID-19. Through July 31, 2020, Nurses House will be accepting applications from nurses who are unable to work due to a COVID-19 infection, caring for a family member with COVID-19, or are under mandatory quarantine at this time. Website: Nurses House Homepage
  • RVS 4 MDs: This non-profit organization pairs medical personnel exposed to COVID-19 by their jobs with families who will temporarily load their RVs so Nurses and Doctors can self-isolate when at home. Read a story on the organization written by CNN here. Click here to view their Facebook page and access information on how to participate.

Delaware Nurses Association 

DNA is a constituent member of  
4765 Ogletown Stanton Road, Suite L10 | Newark, DE 19713

Phone: (302) 733-5880 Organizational Affiliates

   - Delaware Organization for Nursing Leadership

   - Delaware Emergency Nurses Association

   - Delaware State Affiliate - American College of Nurse-Midwives

   - Delaware Coalition of Nurse Practitioners


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