COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources

Our building will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 in order to keep participants, staff and visitors healthy and safe. During this time, Mi Casa and our partners will continue to provide support to our participants, via phone and online as best we can. We know our community is counting on us to support their professional, employment, and business needs, especially at this difficult time. Please know we are here for you.


We know there can be a lot of uncertainty and stress during these times, so have we been compiling a list of community resources. Please refer to these resources and don’t hesitate to reach out to anyone on our staff if you have questions. If there is a resource you need that is not covered on this list, please contact us and we will do our best to find information for you. This information is consistently changing, and we will update it as frequently as possible.


Updated: May 25, 2020

Angel Relief Fund |  Grants to restaurant and hospitality workers who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, who are self-quarantined under doctor’s care, or who are unable to receive government assistance and have been out of work for more than a month.

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund | Providing cash assistance to restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers and more.

Colorado Restaurant Response | Re-hire and keep restaurant workers employed, preparing ready-to-eat, nutritious meals. In partnership with the Denver Emergency Food Network and Bondadosa, distribute meals to unemployed service workers and other food insecure families. All funding goes towards food, utilities and paying hourly restaurant workers and drivers.

Rapid Response Information Calls | Provides information on job loss/change

COVID-19 Pandemic Scenarios & Benefits

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment | Provides information about COVID-19, testing, quarantine, stay-at-home order, critical businesses and more

Unemployment Resources | Provides up-to-date information on unemployment benefits and how you can file a claim

Rapid Response Information Calls | provides information on job loss/change

COVID-19 Pandemic Scenarios & Benefits | infographic explaining regular unemployment benefits and the extended unemployment benefits through the CARES act which includes benefits for self-employed, contractors, and more

Immigrant Workers’ Rights and COVID-19 | This document provides information for immigrant workers and their advocates about COVID-19 related challenges and topics. It is important that all immigrants know their rights and the protections they need in the workplace.

Towards Justice Defending the Dignity of work | Information for Colorado workers-know your right with respect to the COVID-19

Connecting Colorado | Sign up to search for jobs through the state’s database and apply

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