Covid-19 Virus Information and Resources
Covid-19 Community Resource List
Covid-19 Prevention and Virus Resources
If you or your children experience flu or cold like symptoms please use the following hotlines to determine if you need to seek medical care:
Sign up for COVID-19 messages from local government by texting TC_COVID to 888777.
Click HERE for updates, news and resources!
Click HERE for Frequently Asked Questions around COVID-19!
Click HERE for up-to-date information on where community members can receive free meals.
The Jackson Cupboard will reported that they will be maintaining current hours of Mondays & Thursdays 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Wednesdays 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, & Free Food Friday every Friday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. They are also expanding to be open on Saturdays from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. The Jackson Cupboard is located in the basement of St. John’s Church at 170 N. Glenwood St. in Jackson, WY. Enter near the Browse N’ Buy parking lot.
MEAL PICKUP — Bagged breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday 7:30am - 2pm at Jackson Hole High School for anyone 18 and under. 1910 HIGH SCHOOL ROAD — 763.229.3279
MEAL DELIVERY — If you are unable to come to the High School, TCSD#1 will deliver. Fill out this survey for delivery service.
The Presbyterian church of Jackson Hole is offering to-go dinners from 4pm-6pm on Wednesday, prepared by a professional chef in a commercial kitchen. There a limit to four meals per person picking up, and the meals may not last until 6pm.
MEAL AND GROCERY DELIVERY — Provide meals and pre-packaged groceries to support you while you are under quarantine. All meals and groceries are provided 𝐢𝐧𝐝𝐞𝐩𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐚𝐛𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐭𝐨 𝐩𝐚𝐲. If you have the means, please submit the recommended contribution when placing your order. Otherwise, make a contribution which is comfortable for you.
Participate in the program by completing an intake form: HERE
Additionally, our community has taken incredible measures to support each other during this time. The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole and One22 are administering Financial Relief Awards to those that are impacted by loss of work. Please visit One22 website here for more information.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is working to increase capacity to handle the influx of claims. Those needing to file an unemployment claim, are directed to this website. If someone does not have internet access, they can file by phone 307-473-3789 (due to the volume of calls, the wait time will be over an hour).For general information about Unemployment Insurance, see their FAQ page. Any questions please call the Jackson Workforce Center at 307-733-4091.
Mental Health Resources
Additionally, as this time of uncharted territory continues, mental effects are equally important to address as physical effects. Coping with stress and anxiety is important during this time, here are a few articles. Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center 24 hour crisis hotline will remain open (307) 733-2046
CDC Managing Stress and Anxiety with Covid-19
Mental Health America Statement
www.MyStrength.com- sign up and use access code JHCommunity. Self Help Mobile Resource (great free and confidential resource to the community for not only general mental health issues but also includes a section specific to COVID-19 stress and anxiety).
Talking with your child
These uncertain times are difficult for all of us, especially children. Check out the following articles for tips and ideas for how to talk to your children about the virus.
How you can help!
Dear TLC Families, Volunteers, and Friends,
Teton Literacy Center Board and Staff have been closely monitoring the covid-19 virus to be prepared and make the best decisions for our families and this community. At this time, we are cancelling all Teton Literacy Center programs March 16th through April 5th. Programs will potentially resume after Spring Break on April 6th. We will notify families via email if programs are closed longer. We will strive to follow the TCSD calendar.
We will continue to be a resource for local families during this isolating time. We have provided information on our website and below that will help families with getting updated and important information. We are setting up a book give away outside of the center, so please come by and grab some books to take home and read. They are yours to keep! We will also be sending an email later this week with at home learning ideas and activities.
Our staff will be working from home, so please contact us via email. If you need an immediate response, please call me on my cell phone below.
Thank you for your understanding and support,