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CARES Act Provides Relief for Individuals and Businesses

Learn about the help you can get through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Learn about government programs to help pay for phone bills, medical bills, and other expenses. You can also learn how to apply for temporary assistance. Information available HERE.

San Juan United Way’s HELPLINE

San Juan United Way’s HELPLINE provides helpful information and referrals to local human service organizations. 

Call 2-1-1 for help

San Juan United Way Website 

Senior Citizens

Are you a senior or do you know a senior who is experiencing a hardship due to the coronavirus situation, such as access to food? Please call the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center at 505-599-1380 for available resources. The phone line is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Farmington Municipal Schools

For information about meals during school closures click HERE.

ECHO (Economic Council Helping Others, Inc.)

ECHO Inc. offers several types of programs, serving thousands of individuals in San Juan County, New Mexico


Phone: 505-325-7466

New Mexico Financial Hardship Website

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. 

Learn more HERE.

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

To find information for workers affected by COVID-19 click HERE.