The state of Colorado offers a variety of different resources for those struggling with unemployment due to COVID.
Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) is a federal program providing supplemental benefits to Americans who are unemployed or partially unemployed due to disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Unemployment Law Project created a fact sheet on the Unemployment Insurance Provisions in the CARES Act Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.
This fact sheet reviews 3 new unemployment insurance programs discussing what benefits are available to workers who find themselves without any or enough employment or work in these difficult times.
Get in touch with our local workforce center with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center
Return to Work Guidance
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that many workers, especially those whose work can’t be done remotely, have questions about returning to work.
For resources and information for guidance for workers returning to work, visit this state web page.
The COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide offers a lot of resources for a multitude of entities (see pg 6 for individuals and households) including:
Technical Assistance / Training Management
State and Local Resources
If you visit Recovery Resources you will find up to date long-term recovery resources separated by
Governments and Communities
If you are looking for a job, search Colorado’s job portal