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Health care professionals including nurses, doctors, medical assistants, home health care workers and pharmacists, are working on the front lines to limit the consequences of COVID-19, putting themselves at high risk of infection and working long hours. Below are medical, childcare, and mental health resources. 
If you have health care experience and are willing to help provide care, please volunteer here.
Medical Resources
  • CDPHE resources for health care providers and local public health agencies, including patient evaluation, testing, and personal protective equipment: click here

  • A Physician's Guide to COVID-19 (from the American Medical Association): click here

  • FAQ (from the American Medical Association): click here

  • Information for veterinary practices: click here

Emergency Childcare Collaborative (Link)

The emergency program is meant to target and serve the children of employees who are most essential to containing and treating the virus, and who are protecting our most vulnerable populations.

  • If you are a family who meets the criteria above, fill out the application for child care here.

  • If you are a provider who is willing to open your facility to accommodate these critical workers you can apply here.

  • If you have questions or need additional help, dial 2-1-1 and select the option for child care.  Please mention you are an emergency and essential worker looking for child care.

Mental Health

  • Emergency responders: tips for taking care of yourself (from the CDC): click here

  • Preventing and managing stress: tips for disaster responders (from SAMHSA): click here

  • Adjusting to life at home: tips for families of returning disaster responders (from SAMHSA): click here

  • General resources: click here

Other Services

  • AAA: Free emergency roadside assistance for first responders and healthcare workers, whether you are a member or not. To receive help, call 1-800-AAA-HELP and tell the local rescue center that you are a healthcare worker or first responder who broke down as you were headed to or from work.

  • Lyft is providing free scooter rides for first responders, medical, and transit staff. Critical business employers can email to enroll employees.

  • McDonald's is providing free "Thank You Meals" to all first responders and healthcare workers via drive-thru and carry-out by simply showing a work badge.

  • For additional resources, discounts, and offers for health care workers, click here.

Last updated on Monday, May 4th