Community Resources


One-stop resource for the people of Colorado impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic

Unemployment Benefits

Information for employees who may be unable to work due to the coronavirus.

For questions regarding Unemployment, or personalized help with filing your claim, contact: 

Carla Reams

Program Manager

Skillful West-End

970.428.7271 |

For those needing assistance with Unemployment claims due to language barriers, contact: 

Marisa Marshalka

Health Equity Coordinator

Department of Justice Accredited Representative

Tri-County Health Network

970.708.7096 |

Telluride Foundation list of resources

Includes detailed information on the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) for our regional businesses (both for profit and non-profit), as well as Unemployment.

Information for families and individuals from the Telluride Foundation

Telluride Foundation Good Neighbor Fund

Telluride Foundation offers a fund for local residents with immediate financial needs.

Southwest Community Fund

Emergency grants and loans for small businesses.

Adobe Scan

Need to scan documents for unemployment benefits? Use this free app.

Tri-County Health Network

Can provide assistance for food, behavioral health, and more. Assistance for residents aged 60+ include transportation and meal delivery. For more information, email

San Miguel Resource Center

Provides support and help for survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault.

San Miguel County Coronavirus Alert Center

Updates on the coronavirus from San Miguel County officials.

2020 Census

Complete your 2020 census online!

Telluride Medical Center

San Miguel County Hotline for NON-Medical Questions:  970-728-3844


KOTO will be hosting local health officials on-air every weekday at noon, (as their schedules allow) just after the NPR headlines. If you are unable to tune in at that time, they will be posting the discussions here:

FAQ on Stimulus Checks

NYT answers questions about stimulus checks and unemployment benefits.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

For anyone affected by abuse and needing support, call 1-800-799-7233, or if you're unable to speak safely you can log on to or text LOVEIS to 22522.

Free School Lunches Available During Summer!

Brown bag lunches will be available, Monday through Friday, for pick up between 11:00 – 11:30 am outside the high school cafeteria.

In order to receive lunches,  TCHNetwork asks that you sign up online at and fill out the Help Request Form. Please sign up at least 24 hours in advance, by noon the day before you would like to start receiving lunches.

If you have any questions regarding the summer school lunch program, please call Hope Logan, TCHNetwork Outreach Coordinator, at 970-239-1038.