COVID-19: Small Business & Community Resources


The Wellfleet Marketplace is taking phone orders and offering curbside pick-up for those who are self-quarantining, high-risk or otherwise unable to shop in person, call for more information: 508-349-3156. They will also be open every day from 9-10am for people who are 60+ years only.

Common Table at Fox and Crow Cafe is a newly formed, all volunteer-run non-profit founded by Bruce Bierhans, Trudy Vermehren and Scot Besiak that was born in response to COVID-19. Their primary mission is to prepare and distribute food and prepared meals to those in need in the community. Common Table meals are available for delivery only, Monday-Saturday from 8-10am. Meals are free for everyone (kids, adults, seniors), no questions asked. Email [email protected] to make delivery arrangements and keep up with them on Facebook for all updates.

Lower Cape Outreach Council provides short-term emergency food, clothing and financial assistance to residents of the Lower and Outer Cape and has prepared a COVID-19 resource page. Visit their website for info on how to apply for assistance.

• The Wellfleet Food Pantry has teamed up with Lower Cape Outreach Council to host a community drive-thru food pantry on 4/9 and 4/23 at Grace Chapel in S. Wellfleet. Also, anyone can drive through LCOC in Orleans for food on Mondays from 10a-12p in April. Visit the LCOC website for schedule and details.

•  Wellfleet SPAT has released a new “Community Food Share” program to purchase shellfish from local harvesters while also providing food to local families

Sustainable Cape has complied a list of what Cape Cod growers are offering, including farms who accept HIP & SNAP. This list will be updated as we gather more information from farms.

Nauset Public Schools are providing food access to students via Wellfleet Elementary School.

Outer Cape Health Services in Wellfleet, Provincetown and Harwich Port are still seeing patients for primary, walk-in and specialty care. When possible as an alternative to in-person visits, telemedicine/telehealth appointments are available to both primary care and behavioral health patients via the use of telephonic and/or video devices.

• Area residents looking for information about testing and other medical advice can visit the Cape Cod Healthcare Coronavirus page.

Barnstable County Health regularly maintains their page with hyper local information and updates.

• The Wellfleet Housing Authority and the Local Housing Partnership have set up a dedicated Housing Information Line to help meet your housing needs. Call the Wellfleet Housing Info Line at 508-419-4490. The Answering service is available 24/7. Leave your message and they’ll call you back within 24 hours. Visit the web site at or send us email to [email protected]

Housing Assistance Corporation on Cape Cod (HAC) can help connect you with local and state resources for rental assistance and mortgage help.

­­­­Cape Cod & Islands Major Crisis Relief Fund provides humanitarian aid to local individuals and families.

SNAP Benefits (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) are available to households who qualify.

Wellfleet Preservation Hall has gathered an extensive list of resources, including health & wellness, exercise & fitness, music & theater, activities for kids– and more.

The Provincetown Independent is offering, free to the community, all their coronavirus-related stories on their Local Journalism Project page.

(Is there a community resource missing from this list? Send us a message at [email protected])



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Wellfleet, MA 02667


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1410 Route 6, Wellfleet, MA 02667