HEALTHCARE Workers

FIRST RESPONDERS

For guidance and assistance with any social service needs or opportunities, reach out to the BPJCC Social Service guidance counselor experts at 718.972.6600 ext. 4615/4610.

 Free AAA Roadside Assistance

AAA is currently offering free roadside assistance to our heroes on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19. This includes towing*, tire, fuel delivery, battery, and lock-out service. First responders and healthcare workers, regardless if you are a AAA Member or not, are eligible for this free service. Please present identification (such as company ID or local travel approval document) as proof that you work for an essential service. 

Call 1-800-AAA-HELP (1-800-222-4357) and identify yourself as a health care worker, and then answer the brief pre-screener questions.

Free Google Pixel Repairs 

COVID-19 frontline responders and healthcare workers can now get free repairs on all Pixel phones at any UBreakiFix location. This offer is available through June 30th or while supplies last. 

Find the nearest location by clicking the link below.

Free Phone Repairs and Employee Discounts

COVID-19 frontline workers can now get free Samsung phone repairs as well as employee discounts on products. Repairs include cracked screen and battery replacement for all Samsung smartphones. 

Eligible first responders and medical professionals can visit any participating uBreakiFix location or mail their phone in for repair.

The employee pricing for frontline workers offers a 30% discount off Samsung products. This discount can also be combined with most offers for additional savings – no codes required.

Click below for more information. 

Free Oil Changes & ENhanced Vehicle Cleanings

Mazda is offering free oil changes and enhanced vehicle cleanings to healthcare workers through May 4th. The car does not need to be a Mazda. 

Click below for a list of eligible dealerships.

NYC COVID-19 Hotel Program for Healthcare Workers

The program is available  if  you are employed or volunteering to provide care and/or provide services (clinical or nonclinical) in a healthcare, community-based or home-based setting within New York City where you are at risk of being exposed to or contracting COVID-19, and may not be able to temporarily live at home in order to minimize exposure. This can include (but is not limited to): physicians, nurses, home health aides, social workers, maintenance staff, food service, etc.

Free 3 Months of FirstNet AT&T Service For Doctors & Nurses

AT&T is showing its appreciation for those fighting the coronavirus by giving nurses and doctors three free months of service as part of its FirstNet program.

The deal is open to all verified, state-licensed nurses and physicians in the US and US territories, regardless if they are new or existing FirstNet users. 

Doctors or nurses already on a traditional AT&T plan can switch to a FirstNet plan, which runs $40 a month for individuals for one line of unlimited talk, text and data. Those who also want unlimited mobile hotspot will pay $45 a month. 

NYC DOE REgional Enrichment Centers

NYC Department of Education has created Regional Enrichment Centers—places where the children of front-line workers can be safely cared for while their parents continue to serve the city in this time of need.

Car Rental

Hertz: Free Car Rentals for NYC Healthcare Workers

Free Coffee

Starbucks - free coffee available for front-line responders through May 3. Any customer who identifies as a front-line responder to the COVID-19 outbreak will receive a tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) at no charge.

Free Crocs

Healthcare workers can get a free pair of crocs

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