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Englewood Neighborhood Group Reaches Out To Help Residents Impacted By Coronavirus

Resident Association of Greater Englewood is helping neighbors get help with childcare, mental health resources and rent support.

R.A.G.E.'s Asiaha Butler addresses the crowd at Thursday afternoon's groundbreaking.
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ENGLEWOOD — With the possibility of the state’s “stay at home” rule extending deep into April, a prominent Englewood neighborhood group is stepping up to help Chicagoans impacted by the coronavirus.

The Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.) has created a COVID-19 assistance form for those living in or around the neighborhood to help understand the greatest needs of R.A.G.E. members, their families, neighbors and small businesses.

Residents can fill out the survey and request assistance with getting childcare, grocery delivery, rent support, mental health resources or virtual community meetings and activities.

R.A.G.E., a resident-led organization created in 2010, serves six wards in the Englewood community.

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