PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES TO HELP BUSINESS LEADERS IMPACTED BY COVID-19

 Updated 11/16/2020

Local:
New RLF Application and all supporting Documents.doc

RLF guidelines – COVID 19 considerations

 **COVID Relief Application** 

   

View the JobsOhio Network’s Responsible Restart Guide HERE.

Governor DeWine, Lt Governor Husted and Dr. Amy Acton announced plans to reopen the economy with sector-specific protocols for the safety of all Ohioans. We ask that all companies adhere to the guidance for the safety of their associates and visitors to their establishments.

  • May 1 – Healthcare reopening for those non-essential procedures that were slowed down
  • May 4 – Manufacturing, Distribution, Construction and General Office
  • May 12 – Consumer, Retail and Services
  • May 15 – Salons, Barbershops, outside restaurants and patios
  • May 21– Restaurant dine-in locations
  • May 21- Campgrounds
  • May 22 – Horse racing (no spectators)
  • May 26 – BMV
  • May 26– Gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, youth non-contact sports, pools
  • May 31– Childcare and day camps

Business Reopening Guides

OhioSE COVID-19 Communication Updates

Federal Resources:

SBDC Video Resources:

State of Ohio:

Regional:

Workforce:

  • COVID-19 Job Search Resources for job seekers and businesses
  • ODJFS SharedWork Ohio (a way to equally cut back worker hours and allow unemployment compensation to fill the gap)
  • SharedWork Ohio PDF Guide
  • Support Local Business website launched by USA Today that allows visitors to support local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis by listing them in the database and pre-purchasing goods/services via gift cards
  • TechCred provides reimbursement for business upskilling of employees through a select list of verified skill development programs. Keep employees engaged from home and grow workforce knowledge with this program.

Public Health Updates:

Utilities & Service Providers:

Do you know about other resources not listed? Please email Jen Robinson jenrobinson@coshoctoncounty.net  Thank you.

Sincerely,

Tiffany M. Swigert 

Executive Director

Coshocton Port Authority

Amy Crown

Executive Director

Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce