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Resources During COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

News and Guidance: 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

National Updates and Guidance

Oregon Health Authority:

The Oregon Health Authority Website is updated daily and has the most up to date and accurate information about COVID-19 in Oregon , including information on: 

  • Confirmed Cases by County

  • Guidance and Orders from the Governor to prevent the spread of COVID-19

  • Information and resources available in 12 languages

Coos Health and Wellness: 

News and information for resources in Coos County

Curry County Public Health: 

News and information for resources in Curry County

Early Learning Division Response and Resources: 

To support and respond to concerns regarding the Coronavirus outbreak, The Early Learning Division is taking action including 

  • Launching Emergency Childcare 

  • Expanding eligibility for Employee Related Daycare (ERDC)

  • Identifying and  Supplying  and Other Needs to Support Providers

  • Providing Grants to Emergency Childcare Providers

For more information visit the ELD COVID-19 Website: 

CALL TO ACTION: the ELD is actively recruiting child care substitutes, caregivers who would provide care in a child’s home, and staff to support Oregon’s medical personnel, emergency responders and other essential staff to be able to work during this public health crisis.

Free Online Meeting Platforms:

Are you looking for options for free online meeting platforms? Here is a list put together by the State Library of Oregon.


Zoom Basic Plan:

Zoom's basic plan is free. Allows for 100 attendees. Meetings are limited 40 minutes.


Zoom for K-12 Schools:

Zoom is temporarily lifting the 40-minute time limit on free Basic accounts for schools affected by the Coronavirus.

Includes a video conferencing option. Allows up to 1,000 participants and unlimited meeting times.


GoToMeeting Free:

Free services offers up to 40 minute meetings and up to 3 attendees.

Resources for Home Visitors

A Guide to Virtual Home Visiting

Supporting Families during a Public Health Crisis: Model Guidance for Virtual Service Delivery

Telehealth services in Infant Mental Health Home Visiting

For additional resources and supports for Home visiting during the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis contact Corinne Potts:

Child Care Provider Relief Guide

This Child Care Provider Relief Guide has been formed by child care provider support agencies, advocacy organizations, and philanthropy to provide coordinated, nimble, and personal assistance to our beloved child care providers. We value the care they provide our children and the support they offer our workforce and economy. Having heard their unique needs during the COVID-19 crisis, we mobilized to support them as best we can at this time. 

Support Lines 

Disaster Distress Hotline:
Constant updates about COVID19 can be overwhelming & stressful. If you or your loved one is feeling anxious, @distressline provides toll-free, multilingual counseling 24/7.
Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.

The Oregon Behavioral Health Support Line

This hotline is a free and confidential resource for all Oregonians who are looking for emotional support. Call 1-800-923-HELP (4357)

Get Help COVID Oregon​: 

Public benefits are available to help you and your family. This website has information and resources to get connected to the services for unemployment, food, healthcare, housing, childcare, or leave time. 

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