For community and faith-based organizations
This page offers resources and tools for organizations, faith and cultural leaders to engage with the communities they serve, including people who are unsheltered, communities with limited English proficiency, people who are undocumented, LGBTQ and BIPOC communities, as well as frontline workers.
Current COVID-19 guidance for nonprofit, community-based organizations, and religious and faith-based organizations
Nonprofits and community-based organizations (CBOs), religious and faith-based organizations (FBOs), and other organizations may operate at full capacity and regular hours, with no physical distancing requirements. All organizations are required to follow King County and state mask guidance.
CBOs and FBOs can limit spread of COVID-19 and protect staff, volunteers, clients, and community, with proper indoor air ventilation, vaccination efforts, and mask guidelines. Organizations may choose to implement their own mask requirements. Please respect people’s choices to continue to wear a mask.
COVID-19 guidance and resources
Masjid safety guidelines
Church safety guidelines
Public Health — Seattle & King County convened representatives from various community, business, and government sectors in King County who are working together to help slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by accelerating the use of the recommended and required community mitigation strategies.
Learn more about the Pandemic and Racism Community Advisory Group.
- Office of Equity and Social Justice
- COVID-19 Community and Small Business Resource Guide
The resource guide is a tool that was requested by community leaders. It includes the following information:
- How to apply for unemployment
- Housing resources
- Information on utilities and internet
- Cash assistance
- Food assistance
- Childcare resources
- Resources for undocumented communities
- Small business loans and disaster assistance
- In-language resources
Contact us about COVID-19
Community support and well-being
Connect with people who want to help and provide tools and resources to support your emotional health.
Non-medical questions about COVID-19, including compliance and business-related issues?
Contact King County COVID-19 Business and Community Information by submitting a written inquiry or report online.
If you are a food business owner or a food worker and have questions related to your operation, please reach out to your Health Investigator or call 206-263-9566 to speak with office staff.
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