Colorado PEAK provides assistance during COVID19 crisis

Dated: March 27 2020

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If you or anyone you know needs financial assistance for needs such as food, medical expenses, child care, or help paying utility bill or rent, they can apply for assistance through Colorado.gov/peak.

To find out what programs you qualify for, you can fill out their 15 minute survey, and it will identify the programs you can apply for.

To apply for unemployment, go to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to file a claim.  States will be receiving expanded funding in the coming weeks, so benefits are increasing as a response to the pandemic.

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