RED CLIFF RESOURCES:
Eagle County School District is providing premade sack lunches DAILY. These are available at Town Hall by 11:30 each weekday and can be delivered upon request.
The Community Market will continue with our Tuesday deliveries of fresh produce and pantry items. These are available at Town Hall and can be delivered upon request.
If you are sick, quarantined or high-risk, please do not hesitate to reach out.
970-827-5303 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We have staff and a list of volunteers ready to help in any way.
EAGLE COUNTY RESOURCES:
The Eagle County site with information is:
They also have a Facebook page specific to this topic:
The Eagle County Board of Commissioners has allocated $1.15 million for COVID-19 response and recovery. Any Eagle County resident who has been financially impacted by COVID-19 may apply for assistance by completing this form at eaglecounty.us/covid19help. Phone requests can not be taken, but those who would prefer to receive an application by mail may request one by calling 970-328-8888.
This site has a list of programs that provide emergency assistance for individuals and families with basic needs such as food, rental or utility assistance, gasoline, bus passes, housing, medical, mental health, dental, prescription or other assistance, and will be updated as more information is made available. Click here!
This site is a business guide for employers and local businesses: Click here!
STATE OF COLORADO RESOURCES:
The State of Colorado had information that is frequently updated here:
If you have COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), consider a telehealth visit or nurseline advice before seeking in-person care. Ask your primary care provider if they offer telehealth visits, or call one of Colorado’s nurselines. More info here: https://covid19.colorado.gov/telehealth-and-nurselines.
Colorado small businesses impacted by COVID-19 can seek individual small business loans up to $2M as part of the Small Business Administration's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. You can apply by clicking HERE.
Need to file for UNEMPLOYMENT? The website has been bogged down. Here is the link (CLICK HERE) and here is what they are saying:
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Because of the high volume of claims, we are asking that you help us help you and our greater community.
If you need to file an unemployment claim and your last name begins with the letter A - M, file a claim on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, or after 12 noon on Saturday.
If you need to file an unemployment claim and your last name begins with the letter N - Z, file a claim on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or before 12 noon on Saturday.
- While filing the claim, click the Save & Finish Later button often, and click File a Claim to return to the last page you saved.
- File during non-peak hours (evenings after 8 p.m., late nights, early mornings). It may improve your experience.
- You must provide information about the reason you are no longer working for all employers from the last 18 months. If you have a lot of information to include, it is best if you type up this information before you start, then copy/paste at the appropriate time.
- Once finished, click Submit one time. When the claim is successfully submitted, you will receive a confirmation page and number.
This is the Federal Governement's main site with information - They are constantly updating this site!
Tax Deadline Changed: The deadline to FILE and PAY federal income taxes are extended to July 15, 2020. There are also other relief options for people in a current installment agreement.
Student Loans: There are options for temporary relief of student loan payments. BE AWARE OF SCAMS! Here is the federal government's website to help with this situation: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2020/03/got-student-loan-debt-read?utm_source=govdelivery
SCAMS: This site has resources for robo-call scams - How to detect and what to do: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2020/03/socially-distancing-covid-19-robocall-scams?utm_source=govdelivery