Living and working with COVID19

In this temporary time in our life, we encourage you all to do the right thing and to follow local and federal guidelines and recommendations pertaining to this virus.

  • We do not encourage fear or panic.
  • We do recommend you find a a good balance in our new COVID19 lifestyle, one that keeps you and your family's safety as a priority but still allows to live and work as much it is reasonable. 
  • Talk to children, they too need to understand.
  • Use technology to meet and conduct business whenever possible.
  • Be respectful of others approaches and company policies regarding this emergency, and 
  • Help your community as much as you can. 

In this imperfect time, take this as an opportunity to catch up and/or get ahead in your business and personal life and above all, keep your spirits high and your outlook positive. 

CDC Poster thumbnail image: Stop the Spread of Germs

Public Resources

Small Business Administration - Federal/USDA - State Of Colorado - Boulder County - City Of Boulder - City of Longmont - Other Boulder County Cities - Center for Disease Control - World Health Organization - Life and Fun - Social Media Channels

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Colorado Resources for Those Facing Eviction, Foreclosure, or Non-Payment of Utility Bills

SAFER AT HOME COVID-19 RESPONSE PHASE

Summary of Guidance 

Boulder County is moving to the Safer at Home phase which is in effect through May 26. While at this level, Coloradans are strongly advised to continue staying at home to the greatest extent possible. This new level also includes some changes for commerce.

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General Best Practices Toolkit for Worker Safety

Images and posters to show your employees and customers that you are follwoing the new 'Safer At Home" guidelines 

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Health Insurance Assistance

Health coverage is complex and that is why for seven years, the Boulder County Assistance Site and certified Health Coverage Guides have helped people navigate their coverage options and get enrolled.

We provide free, unbiased, and local and bilingual assistance. We will explain all health coverage options for the individual/family, and have bilingual Health Coverage Guides

On Your Own

  • Apply for Health First Colorado (Medicaid) or Child Health Plan Plus via the links on the side panel.
  • Apply for Connect for Health Colorado financial assistance:

With Help

  • Apply for Connect for Health Colorado financial assistance:
    • Customer Service Center at 855-752-6749, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • To navigate insurance affordability programs, apply or get help from a Boulder County certified Health Coverage Guide:

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Housing & Human Services

ABOUT ASSOCIATION

We strive to build, strengthen, and promote the interests of all businesses.

CONTACTS

info@LatinoChamberCO.org

(720) 491-1986

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Longmont,CO 80501


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