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COVID-19 Resources for Businesses and Individuals


Island County Department of Emergency Management will be updating this webpage as more resources became available to the public in regards to business and individual assistance. Please check back periodically for additional links and information. 


 


Community Economic Recovery

Island County provides CARES Act funding for local small businesses. If you are interested in applying for assistance, call or email the following organizations:

Local Business CARES Act Resources:

District 1

In the Unincorporated Area (not in Coupeville or Langley):

Port of Coupeville:  phone 360-222-3688; email Executivedirector@portofcoupeville.org

Application deadline: July 16, 2020

In the Incorporated City and Town:

The application process has closed. We will advise if additional assistance becomes available.

District 2 and 98277 zip code

 The application process has closed. We will advise if additional assistance becomes available.

District 3, excluding those in 98277 zip code

The Application process has closed. We will advise if additional assistance becomes available.

Small Business Resources for Businesses Affected:

For information on Small Business Administration (SBA) loans including Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs), Paycheck Protection Program, and SBA Debt Relief, visit the Business Resources page.

For additional information or questions regarding loans and grants, please reach out to the Island County Economic Development Council

Business Resources

Unemployment and Job Loss:

Learn more about the unemployment process, how to apply for unemployment in Washington and learn about what services are available to individuals who have been laid off or furloughed temporarily due to COVID-19.

Unemployment and Job Loss Resources

Child Care and School Closure:

Schools in Island County are still providing services such as free lunches, child care and online learning opportunities for parents and students. For more information about these services and if you are eligible, click the link below.

Child Care and School Closure Resources

Individual and Homeowner Resources:

For information and links relating to taxes, utilities and other public services, please visit the Individual and Homeowners Resource page.

Individual and Homeowner Resources

Mental Health and Human Services:

Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. There are resources available to help individuals with these feelings and emotions. Island County Human Services has a section related to Mental Health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

​Island County Human Services Behavioral Health 


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