COVID-19 Workforce Information

COVID-19 Workforce Information

Employment Services of Weld County is committed to our community during COVID-19. Our offices are open but with limited capacity; however, you are always welcome to receive services virtually.(PDF, 594KB) To speak with a staff member, please use the below contact information:

Child Care Provider: (970) 400-6594
Child Care Eligibility: (970) 400-6017
Job Seekers/Resource Room: (970) 400-6791 or email: contacteswc@weldgov.com
Business Services/Employer Support: (970) 400-6714
Adult Employment and Training Programs: (970) 400-6792

Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus

• The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit sba.gov/Disaster for more information.
• Two National Emergency Grants have been created to help eligible job seekers with temporary disaster-relief employment or training for those who want to pursue a different career path. Learn more about the COResponds and RecoverCO grants under the Discretionary Grants tab on the Adult Employment and Training Programs page.

Additional Resources:

OnwardCO - An initiative of the Governor's Office, state agencies and community partners, OnwardCO is a one-stop resource to get Colorado workers displaced by COVID-19 essential life services and back to work as quickly as possible.

Unemployment Insurance Benefits - Resources for Employees Whose Employers are Closed or Working Fewer Hours. If you work for an employer that closed or reduced your hours to help stop the spread of COVID-19, you can file or reopen an unemployment claim. Go to myui.clouduimstate.co.us.

Did you know that ESWC has a Rapid Response team that can respond to layoffs and closing quickly? Read more about these services.(PDF, 9MB)