COVID-19 AND THE PUBLIC CHARGE RULE:
WHAT WE KNOW
There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding who can seek medical assistance in the middle of this pandemic. In an attempt to help sort out and provide accurate information, MCOHA has put together key resources available.
Undocumented individuals and other benefit-seeking immigrants can get tested and treated for the
COVID-19 without triggering USCIS' Public Charge rule.
USCIS has announced that they have made an exception to the Public Charge rule, to exclude testing and treatement COVID-19 crisis. They state:
"USCIS encourages all those, including aliens, with symptoms that resemble Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) (fever, cough, shortness of breath) to seek necessary medical treatment or preventive services. Such treatment or preventive services will not negatively affect any alien as part of a future Public Charge analysis." 
United We Dream: "Healthcare access for Undocumented Folks in the Time of COVID-19"
Although undocumented and other benefit-seeking immigrants might not be penalized for seeking testing or treatment for the COVID-19, they still might face issues when seeking ways to access healthcare.

United We Dream has published an article compiling information regarding free or low-cost resources available to anyone regardless of immigration status.

Please click the link below to see the full list of resources:

Other Useful Healthcare Resources
Available to Everyone
The New Jersey Department of Health has an available and searchable directory of federally qualified health Centers.

My Undocumented Life is a blog that has also compiled a list of resources and news that can help undocumented and mixed-status families during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. 
Free Clinic Directory is the premier online destination for uninsured people to connect with affordable and free health clinics in their area. By clicking on a state, a person can find free and affordable clinic listings by county.
If you have any friends or family who need to get accurate information regarding the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, but are facing language barriers, you can refer them to the CDC website in Spanish. Please note that website also features content available many different languages.
Is another way to find the healthcare services you need. You can find healthcare facilities per county, and then call them directly with any questions.
Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs | www.mcoha.org