Covid Recovery Resources

Information you can trust

As coronavirus continues to spread, it is important to seek information from trusted sources. 24-hour news cycles and online panic sometimes turn good information into exaggeration - especially in the midst of concerns about health and welfare. 

The Library recommends these sources for reliable information about COVID-19:

COVID-19 Community Resources


Visit the Community Council of St. Charles County’s  COVID-19 Resources page to find out about available assistance and resources.


To find local services and get help today call 211 or visit
United Way's
 2-1-1 Website.


Federal Assistance - Offers a gateway to assistance and benefits both on a national and state level.

FindHelp - Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Missouri Department of Social Services - The State of Missouri has information to help Missourians cope with COVID-19

If you need assistance please Ask Us now!


Niche COVID-19 Information

A curated collection of helpful COVID-19/Coronavirus information, displayed by topic in short, manageable units. Includes links to source materials from the Centers for Disease Control, The World Health Organization, and others.




Other recommended resources

Library Resources

Get more information about pandemics, best hygiene practices, and what the medical community is doing to respond to those who are ill.

ProQuest built this database in response to the rapidly growing need for authoritative content related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 


During a public health emergency, up-to-the-minute, reliable information is important. All New York Times articles on the coronavirus pandemic can be found on their Coronavirus Outbreak page - logging in is not required.

(Note: if you desire to read more of the Times, please visit our eNewsstand for free New York Times login information.)