Re-entry & COVID-19

We are adding information specific to Re-entry and the virus COVID-19 to this new section. If you’re looking for health-related COVID-19 information, please look in the Health section.

Re-entry Help

COVID-19 (official state resource website)

Statewide

Colorado has an official website for topics related to the COVID-19 virus. Topics include business financial help, what to do if you have symptoms, resources to help you stay at home, personal financial help, and more. Click on the website to find the information you need.

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COVID-19 (risky activities chart)

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Information Is Beautiful creates educational and interesting infographics using data collected from around the world. This link is to their page on COVID-19. Check out the the list of risky activities!

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COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project

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The COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project was founded in March of 2020 to respond to urgent questions about housing. They work to pair volunteer lawyers with tenants who need advice or legal representation, provide tenants with guidance on how to navigate challenging situations, and evaluate the potential impact of the emerging housing crisis. To get help, click on the website's link titled "Talk to a Lawyer." You will need to fill out a brief online form.

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Emergency Rental Assistance due to COVID-19

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In mid July Gov. Polis announced an emergency rental assistance program that helps both landlords and tenants. One program, the Property Owner Preservation (POP) Program, helps landlords whose tenants can't pay their rent due to COVID-19. The other program, Emergency Housing Assistance, helps tenants who can't pay their rent due to COVID-19. Click on the website link to learn about both programs and how to apply. If you're looking for rental assistance, you'll need to apply through an agency. Call 211 to find an agency.

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Governor Polis’ Stay at Home Guide with Resource Info

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Governor Polis' office launched a website that provides resource information during COVID-19. Many of these resources are also located in specific section on Remerg.com, but you may find something we've missed. Check it out if you're looking for help.

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Masks–You Have to Wear One

Learn about Governor Polis' statewide mask order

Statewide

On July 16, 2020, Governor Polis issued a statewide mask order for the next 30 days. People who are 11 years and older must wear a facial mask in any public indoor space or public transportation service (bus, light-rail, taxi, car service). Wearing a mask helps to slow the spread of COVID-19! Click on the website link to learn more about the order.

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Pandemic EBT Program

Funding for families with children who receive free or reduced-price school meals

Statewide

Do you have children who received free or reduced-price school meals before COVID-19 closed down the schools? The Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program may be able to help your family out. It funds households with an EBT card with the value of the free school breakfast and lunch reimbursement rates for the days that schools have been closed in March, April, and May, which equals $5.70 per day. Those funds can then be spent on eligible food items at many local and online retail stores. Click on the website link to learn more. There is a good frequently asked questions section.

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