COVID-19 information center for employers and employees: what to understand. Coronavirus relief information for small businesses and those experiencing job loss.
Finding up-to-date resources on available aid during the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic can be a lot to handle as the virus continues to spread across the United States and dominate the news. To make things easier to follow, we’ve put together a list of resources from trusted sources including the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, The Department of Labor, The Department of Housing and Urban Development and more.
We’ll keep updating this article with relevant links and information as the situation develops.
Coronavirus Information from the Center for Disease Control & the World Health Organization:
If you’re looking for a place to start finding more information about the Coronavirus-COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no better place than these links from the CDC and the WHO, trusted public health organizations.
COVID-19 Unemployment Information:
For those experiencing job loss, we’ve compiled a list of federal and state-specific unemployment resources to help you get back on your feet. Be warned, the high number of current unemployment claims may cause you to experience significant delays in the process.
Resources for unemployment applicants by state:
Coronavirus Mortgage/Rent Relief Information:
If you’re in need of mortgage and/or rent relief, these links will direct you to relevant resources, though this list is by no means exhaustive.
Coronavirus and Student Loan Debt:
Especially in times like these, student loan debt can feel overwhelming and even harder to manage than under normal circumstances. Find up-to-date information on the options you have for your student loans here.
COVID-19 Support for Small Businesses:
Small business owners have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, but fortunately there are resources in place to help you stay afloat in the short term.
Coronavirus Support for Families:
Families struggling to deal with the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic may need additional help managing special conditions. We’ve linked resources to topic areas that may be relevant to your family’s situation.