Community Resources and Assistance
The CARES Act
Property Tax Payment Update
- To offer items of assistance- email: email@example.com
- Sign up to volunteer
- If you are in need of assistance, financial or otherwise, Tri-County Health Network will do their best to point you in the right direction. Please fill out their COVID-19 Help Request Form.
- San Miguel County info on COVID-19
- State of Colorado info on COVID-19
- County Hotline to ask non-medical questions for clarification of the orders: 970-728-3844
- CO Hotline for general questions about COVID-19: 1-877-462-2911
- 2-1-1 Colorado: a confidential and multilingual service connecting people across the State of Colorado to vital resources in their local community. Dial 2-1-1, text your Zip Code to 898-211, or find them online at 211colorado.org.
- Telluride Regional Medical Center (Telluride): 970-728-3848. Patients can also contact their provider through the portal at tellmed.org.
- Uncompahgre Medical Center (Norwood): 970-327-4233
- Grocery stores will remain open. Clark’s has a special time for those 60 and older
- Food Bank
- Norwood area food help
- Basic food/cash assistance (San Miguel County Social Services) - Also has child and adult protection
- Hunger Free Colorado - Food resources during the COVID-19 outbreak
- The Telluride Foundation has created a COVID-19 Response Fund that will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the outbreak and vulnerable individuals and families directly impacted in the Telluride region, including San Miguel, Ouray, west Montrose counties and Rico.
- Telluride Foundation Good Neighbor Fund
- To offer financial assistance: https://telluridefoundation.org/responsefund/
- Domestic Violence/Sex assault resources
- Behavioral health/mental health assistance
- Homeowner foreclosure prevention
- Colorado Legal Services for low-income persons and vulnerable populations
- Resources for Those Facing Eviction, Foreclosure, or Non-Payment of Utility Bills (PDF)
Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative
Governor Polis called on early childhood stakeholders to partner with the Colorado Department of Human Services to create a system of emergency child care for essential workers. This program, called the Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative, will support employees in the fields most critical to containing and treating COVID-19: health care, public safety, and at-risk care (e.g., residential facilities).
- Who can I reach out to for mental health concerns?
- Which Public Health order are we following, the State’s that goes through April 26 or the County’s through May 1st?
- Who do I contact with non-medical questions?
- How long is the shelter in place order for?
- Are the roads and public transit being shut down?
- If a resident leaves San Miguel County, will they be able to come back in?