For general questions, call (303) 389-1687.
For written answers in English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话), and more, email COHELP@RMPDC.org.
You can find a list of telehealth providers and nurselines here.
Información sobre COVID-19 en Español de la ACLU of Colorado y Servicios De La Raza.
CHILDCARE AND RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
If you work in health care, public safety, or other critical industries, you may be eligible for childcare. Find tips for how to talk to your kids about COVID-19.
Resources to help returning college students meet basic needs and information on student loan repayment. Federal student loan payments have been delayed until September 30th, without interest or penalty.
HOUSING, UTILITIES, AND FINANCIAL RELIEF
Denver's TRUA program can pay utility bills and up to 80% of rent. Xcel, Denver Water, and Comcast will not shut off access to those who can't pay their bills. Information on federal direct payments.
The federal government has enacted more than $2 trillion in financial relief for individuals, small businesses, large businesses, and hospitals. Learn more about how this could help you.
If you’ve recently experienced a job loss, loss of income, or other life-changing event, you might qualify for a 60-day Special Enrollment period, which will allow you to sign up for a new health insurance plan or to change your current plan. Visit the Colorado Health Exchange.
5.26 - There Is So Much More To Do
5.20 - A Message From Rep. Sirota
5.21 - CARES Act Funding
5.18 - Contact Tracing
5.15 - 2020 Commencement
5.13 - Budget & HEROES Act
5.11 - The Choice is Ours
5.8 - Updates and Transitions
5.7 - Let's Talk Money
5.5 - On the Ballot!
5.4 - GivingTuesday
5.3 - Staying Productive
5.2 - Air Pollution is Down
5.1 - Virtual First Friday
4.30 - Update on Race Data
4.29 - Letter From Rep. Duran (DV)
4.28 - $3 Billion Budget Deficit
4.27 - Donating Blood
4.26 - Adopt a Pet!
4.25 - Hospital Meal Donations
4.24 - Supporting Postal Workers
4.23 - CO Face Mask Challenge
4.22 - Step Up For Seniors
4.21 - 'Safer At Home'
4.20 - Non-COVID-19 Patients
4.19 - Gig Worker Unemployment
4.18 - Let's Clear Our Head
4.17 - Town Hall & Social Sunday
4.16 - When You Can't Pay Rent
4.14 - Direct Payments
4.13 - Signed Bills
4.12 - Easter Sunday
4.11 - Beware of Scams
4.10 - Thank You Colorado
4.9 - Food Insecurity
4.8 - Going Stir-Crazy
4.7 - Racial Inequities
4.6 - How Did We Get Here
4.5 - Homeless Providers
4.4 - To Mask Or Not To Mask
4.3 - Women of Resolution
4.2 - Domestic Violence
3.31 - Hate Crimes
3.30 - Social Distancing Working
3.29 - Complete Your Census
3.28 - Tele Town Hall
3.27 - Online Learning
3.26 - $2 Trillion Federal Response
3.25 - COVID-19 STRESS!
3.24 - COVID and Prisons
3.23 - Denver Stay-at-Home Order
3.22 - Denver's Virtual Assembly
3.21 - Nurse & Rep. Kyle Mullica
3.20 - Health Care Workers
3.19 - Supporting Our Seniors
3.18 - Debt Collection
3.17 - Employment & Utilities
3.16 - Restaurant Closures
3.10 - State of Emergency
Social distancing, business closures & layoffs, and fear of COVID-19 spread have made this a challenging time for all of us. Mental health support is available online, through text and phone.
SMALL BUSINESSES AND ARTISTS
Small businesses have been forced to close and lay off workers. The city, state and federal government are providing grants, loans, and other support for small businesses and local artists.
HEALTH CARE WORKERS
Health care workers will need to endure long hours and difficult working conditions as COVID-19 continues to spread. Medical information, childcare options, and mental health resources are available.