CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) TOOLKIT
We have compiled this toolkit for Latino business owners with information from Federal, State and local resources to help them navigate the issues facing small businesses in today's environment. We encourage you to stay up-to-date and take all necessary precautions for your business and employees.
HEALTH & SAFETY
World Health Organization (WHO)
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
California Department of Public Health
California Labor Commissioner's Office
California Department of Labor and Workforce
(scroll down to the grid to see what benefits your workers may be entitled to)
County of Los Angeles Public Health Department
City of Los Angeles
Free COVID testing for Los Angeles residents has been expanded to LA County residents. Click here for eligibility and scheduling
SoCalGasSoCalGas announces suspension of service disconnection
Charter to offer free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi for 60 days for new K-12 and college student households, and more. Click here for more info.
AT&T offered added relief to customers including unlimited home internet and Cisco Webex meeting services for businesses, universities and schools. Click here for more info
Remote work is on the rise. Consilien recommends employers review their data security policies. Watch this videothat provide actionable tips and insights regarding data security.
Facebook announced a small business grant programof $100 million to help small businesses impacted by Coronavirus.
ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL RESOURCES
SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT
Small Business Majority
Free webinar reviewing the CARES Act stimulus package and how the new law supports small business. On-demand COVID-19 Stimulus Package
Free webinar with funding resources for California small businesses impacted by COVID-19. On-Demand
City of Los Angeles
LA CARES Corpsis a partnership between the City and County of LA to provide small businesses with the help they need to apply for federal loans under the CARES Act
LA is helping small business with
California Employment Development Department (EDD)
EDD support for business (tax extensions, other program)
CA Office of Small Business Advocate
California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank)
US Small Business Administration (SBA)
for more information.
LA CityMayor Eric Garcetti has issues an Emergency Order, Safe At Home, in effect until April 19. All LA City residents are to stay inside their residences and immediately limit all movement outside their homes beyond essential activities. Read the guidelines.LA City COVID Updates.
Read CISA Guidelines helping explain what kind of work has been classified as "essential critical infrastructure. Click here.
Governor Newsome takes emergency action & authorizes $150 million in funding to protect homeless Californians from COVID-19. Learn more