Eldorado Covid 19 Resources
Talk to a Neighbor: Feeling anxious, lonely, bored, or just want to have a good conversation? Then pick up the phone and talk to a neighbor. Beginning Saturday, April 11, call 505-428-0024 between 10 am and 5 pm and get connected with a trained volunteer.
La Alencia Food Pantry: Give what you can, take what you need. The pantry is located in the hallway outside Eldorado True Value Hardware store and is open Monday – Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm. If you’re giving, please don’t bring canned vegetables at this time. Canned meat is necessary.
Eldorado Hardware will deliver groceries, hardware items, pharmacy items, and food from local restaurants for a small fee. Call 466-6522 to schedule your delivery.
IMPORTANT: Please forward/share this with Eldorado residents and service providers!“Eldorado Mask Makers” is established and open for socially distanced business… of course! We have over 30 volunteers already and can use many more. Order your face mask or sign up to volunteer, on our website: eldoradomaskmakers.weebly.com. As orders are received, priority will be given to essential workers, those with pre-existing health conditions, and those over 60 years old. Over 60 masks have already been distributed and more are on their way. Our goal is to “cover” all Eldorado residents eventually.WAYS TO GET INVOLVED– Go to the website and place your mask order– Masks are delivered to your property– Go to the website and offer to volunteer– Cutting out mask patterns– Sewing together masks– Come to the north entryway to La Tienda, Building B (across from Thai Bistro) to drop off donations, collect fabric to cut out, and/or bring back completed masks for packaging and distribution.DONATIONS NEEDED– Fabric: light and dark colors (preference 100% cotton, high thread count sheets are fine)– T-shirts: work great to make ties for masks– 1/4″ Elastic: alternative to ties for securing mask to face– Thread: all colors– Cash to buy materials: Call Jenn at 252-646-5671 to arrange collectionPlease help us fulfill our mission “to coordinate the design, creation, and distribution of free face masks to equip Eldorado residents with enhanced protection during the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020.”Send questions and suggestions to “firstname.lastname@example.org“.Hang in there!Eldorado Mask Makers AdministratorsJennifer Warren at 252-646-5671Jeanne Brown at 307-683-6066
Help for Artists:
Culture Connects Coalition is a fund to support arts and culture in all their expressions for the greater good of our community and constituents. As our first initiative, in response to COVID-19 pandemic and to reduce its greater impact on our community, we have partnered with Lannan Foundation to form the Artist Relief Fund to help those artists most dramatically affected.
Donate now to support our community. Contact Pauline Kanako Kamiyama, Director Arts and Culture Department to make your pledge now, email@example.com; phone: 505.955.6653.
Compliance and Employee Help:
If you work for a non-essential business and are asked to work by an employer, please visit newmexico.gov or call 1-833-551-0518, to get answers to any of your questions or to report non-compliance to the state.
The Department of Workforce Solutions has also provided an updated summary of resources available to New Mexico’s business owners and workers impacted by COVID-19.
Information For Individuals Experiencing Financial Hardship
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has declared a state of public health emergency in New Mexico as a result of the novel coronavirus disease (also known as COVID-19). In the midst of this unprecedented public health crisis, the negative impact to the economy has caused many individuals and families to suffer severe financial difficulties. The state and private companies have taken measures to mitigate financial hardship and the state is diligently working to identify additional sources of relief and to advocate for a full measure of federal support. Click here for resources.
Information for employers whose business and employees have been affected as a result of COVID-19
President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into law Wednesday night
Which expands access to emergency paid sick leave to workers. Qualifications for eligibility are employees that work at a company with fewer than 500 employees; local, state, and federal government employees; employees who work under a multiemployer collective agreement and whose employers pay into a multiemployer plan.
The act provides sick leave for full and part time employees. Employers will initially pay the cost of the emergency paid sick leave but will be fully reimbursed by the federal government within three months. Emergency Paid Family Leave Fact Sheet.
Santa Fe COVID-19 Mutual Aid Form
Times seem really wild and unpredictable right now and we can isolate and hoard or possibly find a way to stay in community and help each other out. Safe distancing is important, but so is solidarity.
Here’s the idea: pair those in need in Santa Fe with those able to help by filling out this form. We’ll do our best to match offers with requests.
This effort is being coordinated by Raashan Ahmad/Beth Gutelius and organizers with Earth Care YUCCA/Red Nation/Santa Fe DSA/Fathers NM. EC YUCCA has shifted its climate organizing campaign to focus on mutual aid and is helping to staff this effort.
If you have questions or suggestions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIND THIS FORM IN SPANISH AT https://forms.gle/bZC6U8mHRhQ3irdT6
The Community Services Department:
This county department has implemented Santa Fe County Connect, with the goal of addressing the needs of our residents by connecting them with resources to stay healthy. Stable housing and utilities, access to food, reliable transportation, and feeling safe all lead to better health and well-being.
Through our Connect network, navigators across the City and the County link residents to services and resources in the community. Navigators use a web-based platform to screen for and make referrals to address needs. If you would like to speak with a navigator, please contact Jennifer Romero at (505) 995-9525 or email: email@example.com
Our website describes Santa Fe County Connect and how it helps people. The Resource Directory provides information about local resources.
50% Off Store:
Because this store is part of the mall, it is technically closed. However, our pets matter so we’ve moved pet food into the hallway outside the hardware store. We just received a very large shipment of Taste of the Wild for dogs if you need to stock up.
Pecos National Historical Park
Pecos National Historical Park is announcing modifications to operations to implement the latest guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and local and state authorities to promote social distancing and gathering of groups no larger than five persons. As of Wednesday, March 24, the Visitor Center and WNPA Book Store are closed until further notice. The Pecos River within the boundaries of Pecos National Historical Park is closed to fishing until further notice. The Ancestral Sites Trail and Glorieta Battlefield Trail remain open daily from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The South Pasture Loop Trail is open on weekends only and can be accessed from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
For more information about the park in general, please visit www.nps.gov/peco, or call the Visitor Center, 505-757-7241. Please visit us on Facebook at pecosnhpnps or on Instagram at pecos_nps.
The health and safety of our visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners at WNPA is our number one priority. The National Park Service (NPS) is working with the federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We will notify the public when we resume full operations and provide updates on our website and social media channels.
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