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December 15, 2020

COVID-19 resources for you and your family




An approved COVID-19 vaccine is on the way, so there is light at the end of this long, dark tunnel. We ask our community to hang in there with the mask wearing and physical distancing for a while longer while the vaccine is distributed through to the public.

Be sure to join Boulder County Public Health for weekly updates on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m.

If you do not intend to contribute to the Q&A sessions during the Weekly Updates, please feel free to simply view the live stream of the meeting on YouTube at (We have a 500 person maximum on Zoom and want to hold those spaces for members of the public who have questions to ask our experts)

For general information about Boulder County services and COVID-19 questions, call for information at 720-776-0822.

Helping Hands


Coronavirus-impacted small businesses in Boulder County are eligible for PPE, cleaning supplies, and eco-friendly to-go food containers. Deadline to apply is Dec. 16. Read more »
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Every Wednesday from noon to 2 p.m., Workforce Boulder County offers a weekly hiring event with companies from around the area who are currently hiring new employees.

Winter food

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) is offering winter holiday tips to help you and your loved ones safely enjoy the season and plan virtual or safe-distance festivities.


The Boulder County Housing Helpline can help renters and landlords navigate housing issues. Call 303-441-1206 and leave a detailed message about your needs. Someone will get back to you promptly.

Woman shopping

Save jobs, stay safe, and help your neighbors! If you can, please safely support our Colorado businesses and #ShopLocalColorado. There are many options this holiday season to choose delivery or curbside pickup from your favorite local shops.

Mental Health Partners is here for you!

If you, like many of us this year, are in need of a little extra support during this time, Mental Health Partners is offering two upcoming virtual events, in addition to their regular support channels. Learn more >>

Health Coverage

Open enrollment for free, low-cost, and/or subsidized health coverage through Connect for Health Colorado (Affordable Care Act private insurance market) is happening until Jan. 15, 2021. Most Coloradans can get health insurance through Connect for Health.

Need help? Get virtual enrollment help from an expert Health Coverage Guide (aka, a member of our team of health coverage experts to guide you through the enrollment process).


Colorado's Medicaid

Did you know that 1 in 4 Coloradans are covered by Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid program)?

Watch Emery’s story and listen to Health First Colorado members tell in their own words how Health First Colorado was there to help.

family holiday

Coping with the long, cold days of winter is something that the Danish have mastered through hygge. Give it a try!

More information on how to keep moving through the pandemic until we reach the finish line!