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If you have lost your job or had your hours cut because of the Coronavirus, the state has a program to pay you $40 - $450 a week.


If your children are out of school and you can not go to work because you need to take care of them, you can file an unemployment insurance claim.

CLICK HERE for information.



If your business has had to slow down or close because of the Coronavirus the state has help available.

CLICK HERE to get started.

CLICK HERE Financial Resource Options for your business.

CLICK HERE for a Business Resource Guide from the Sonoma Economic Development Board.

CLICK HERE for information from the Small Business Administration (SBA)

CLICK HERE for Sonoma County Bilingual Business Owner Hotline or Call 707-565-4667


Sonoma Economic Development Board - In partnership with the County of Sonoma and the Department of Health Services, the EDB has compiled a Business Resource Guide including a list of local, state, and government resources for businesses and employees affected by the emerging situation.

Small Business Administration (SBA) - The SBA has programs for Disaster Loan Assistance.  Visit their website for the latest information and how it may help your business.

Sonoma County Bilingual Business Owner Hotline - Various County resources can be reached at (707) 565-4667, or by visiting this facebook page.


Santa Rosa Metro Chamber

CLICK HERE for resources on shelter in place for businesses



CLICK HERE  to become an Operation Gratitude Virtual Volunteer



CLICK HERE to help with the blood shortage during the Coronavirus with Red Cross.



CLICK HERE for Redwood Empire Food Bank



CLICK HERE for info on Sonoma County Meals on Wheels.


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