During uncertain times, it can be easy to let fear take over. We think it’s better to promote good information so individuals and organizations can make good decisions. Coronavirus has, undoubtedly, created some challenges in our social, community health and economic ecosystems. Below we outline some resources individuals and businesses can utilize to remain resilient. It is extremely important that people take steps to protect themselves without becoming socially isolated or unwell from mental or physical conditions. The information below are suggestions that we believe come from credible sources, for your consideration. We hope these resources help you in making good decisions.

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members,”

-Coretta Scott King

SBA Resources:

SBA Customer Service: 800-659-2955 OR disastercustomerservice@sba.gov

*additional business resources available at the bottom of the page

Where Coronavirus came from:

In the West Central Mountains, you can remain safe while still participating in the economy. Here are some ideas for how businesses and individuals can update their routines to be more resilient:

State and National:

If you’re sick:

Some things individuals can do:

Some things Businesses/Nonprofits/Governments can do: