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  • Help for Workers During COVID-19

    Help for Workers During COVID-19 from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

    For the latest news on the CARES Act, unemployment benefits, personal identification numbers (PINs) that must be used to access unemployment benefits and services, and more, please keep an eye on

  • Colorado PEAK®

    How to Efficiently Access Colorado PEAK® Benefits During COVID-19

    English and Spanish versions below.

    • Apply for Food, Cash, and Medical Assistance and make changes to your account through PEAK. You can also apply for Food or Cash Assistance (but not Medical Assistance) by using the MyCOBenefits app on a mobile device.

    • Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about PEAK and benefits during COVID-19.

    • To receive important COVID-19 alerts on your mobile phone, update your PEAK Contact Information and Communication Preferences by selecting the Text Message option. Click here for PEAK Instructions. Click here for PEAKHealth and MyCOBenefits instructions.

    • If you don’t have health insurance, until April 3, Coloradans are able to sign up and get financial help for health insurance that starts in April

    • Find updates about health benefits at

    • Solicite alimentos, dinero en efectivo y asistencia médica y realice cambios en su cuenta a través de PEAK. También puede solicitar asistencia alimentaria o en efectivo (pero no asistencia médica) utilizando la aplicación MyCOBenefits en un dispositivo móvil.

    • Haga clic aquí para ver las Preguntas frecuentes sobre PEAK y beneficios durante COVID-19.

    • Para recibir alertas importantes de COVID-19 en su teléfono móvil, actualice su Información de contacto y Preferencias de comunicación seleccionando la opción Mensaje de texto. Haga clic aquí para obtener instrucciones de PEAK. Haga clic aquí para obtener instrucciones sobre PEAKHealth y MyCOBenefits.

    • Si no tiene seguro de salud, hasta el 3 de abril, los residentes de Colorado pueden inscribirse y obtener ayuda financiera para el seguro de salud que comienza en abril

    • Encuentre actualizaciones sobre los beneficios de salud en

  • Ensure Colorado Children Have Access to Healthy Meals During Summer Months

    Ensure Colorado Children Have Access to Healthy Meals During Summer Months

    School districts across Colorado are closed for summer break, but children and youth ages 0-18 can still access free meal sites all summer long.

    Colorado received waivers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. They allow children and youth to take meals from meal sites and consume them elsewhere as well as other flexibilities for social distancing. The goal of these alternative meal services is to provide meals to children and youth while limiting interaction and proximity to other people, therefore, decreasing the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

    Households that qualify can receive USDA Food packages through USDA Foods household programs. View Hunger Free Colorado's COVID-19 website for additional resources.

    Parents and children can find free summer meal sites near them by:

    • Texting FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877

    • Using this interactive map to find local meal locations.

  • Western Region OneSource

    Western Region One Source

    Accepting Sponsorship & Service Provider Applications

    Western Region One Source (WROS) connects veterans, military service members, and their families with service providers and resources to enhance their opportunities and quality of life.

    Located at 482 28 Road in Grand Junction, WROS is close to the Grand Junction VA Medical Center. This major veteran-serving medical facility is already a destination for about 15,000 veterans. WROS is slated to serve more than 40,000 Colorado service members, veterans and their families living in 24 counties along the Western Slope.

    The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) is accepting sponsorship and partnership applications. Please download applications from the bottom of and submit them by e-mail to the designated address. DMVA's goal is to raise about $250,000 through sponsorships to cover the cost of furniture and equipment. Community veteran service providers can rent space in the 14,000-square-foot facility.

    Help make this great resource even greater—become a sponsor or service provider!

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