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As the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Marion County continues, new resources and guidances are arising to support the needs of the community. The information below will be updated regularly to include additional resources that may be beneficial for individuals, businesses, and organizations.
Resources for Individuals and Families
OHA Guide - How to Self Isolate
Time Loss Program: provides baseline $120 daily compensation for workers who cannot work due to COVID-19, and who are not on unemployment or have access to workers compensation or sick leave through their employer.
Quarantine Fund: provides financial support to agricultural workers who are recovering from COVID-19.
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA): provides unemployment benefits to workers that are not eligible for regular unemployment insurance benefits.
Lost Wages Assistance: a temporary emergency measure that gives an additional $300 per week to people who are out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic and receiving unemployment benefits.
Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries (BOLI):
Food and Supplies
Santiam Service Integration Team (SIT) Mobile: SIT Mobile was established to support vulnerable residents living in rural areas of Marion County, including Stayton, Sublimity, and Turner. The SIT Mobile team will deliver household supplies, food, and prescriptions to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click
here for more information.
Mental Health and Support
Guidance from the State of Oregon