Adams County COMMUNITY COVID-19 Response and Recovery
COVID-19 Response and Recovery work throughout the community and the nation directly impacts economic and social mobility. Community response shapes what well-being looks like for years to come.
Although emergency management is a core function of local and state government, school districts, public health departments, and others, at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunity arose for a cohesive response across the community.
As a leader within the Rocky Mountain Partnership, leadership from Adams County Government advocated to utilize RMP’s framework to provide a space where cross-sector stakeholders and the community at large could come together with entities responsible for emergency management to respond in the most cohesive and collective way possible around seven key areas:
- Child Care
- Aging Services
- Business Support and Retention
- Uninsured & Healthcare Access
- Housing Stability
- Food Security & Basic Essentials
- Support for the Unemployed & Future Workforce
The network was proud to support the Adams County Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery work from March through December of 2020. Some of this work has phased into the larger collective work towards economic and social mobility, and some are continuing into 2021 led by other entities.
To learn more about Adams County Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery work, visit the Response & Recovery FAQ document HERE.
To learn more about ongoing COVID-19 Response and Recovery efforts click below to learn more!
To view the Digital Dashboard Report that showcases the work of the seven Adams County Community Response & Recovery Teams that began in March 2020 & are still ongoing, click below!