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Kitsap Pandemic Community Support Coalition - Shared screen with speaker view
Kody Russell
15:37
Kitsap Strong is trying to assist by coordinating and connecting organizations, sharing out their needs and available resources to offer. You can link to both forms here:
Kody Russell
15:40
https://conta.cc/2w9SsFf
Kirsten Jewell
17:00
Please feel free to share this flier to your networks. Thank you!
Kirsten Jewell
17:43
If there is interest, I can share the strategies we are using to help our homeless neighbors during this time.
Kirsten Jewell
20:27
Congress Kilmer - I heard that these federal cash payments are actually in the form of a tax credit which will need to be repaid through our income tax refunds. Is that true?
Kirsten Jewell
23:53
One other question for Congressman Kilmer - regarding the SBA loans - what about small businesses that are required to shut down due to the Governor's "stay home" orders so have had to lay off employees. Would they then not be eligible for the loans to become grants because they had to lay off employees due to the "stay home" order?
ROLFES_CH
26:30
Where can we find more information about the higher education part of the package?
Kathy Cocus
27:21
KEDA has posted the small business guide on our COVID-19 page
Carl Borg
27:50
Washington nonprofits that get expanded Medicaid would they be eligible for the spa loans
Katy Crabtree
28:44
katy.crabtree@mail.house.gov
Jim Hopper, Bainbridge Comm Fdn
33:52
Thank you, Congressman Kilmer!
Derek Kilmer
34:37
Here's another link to a toolkit summarizing many of the provisions in the bill! https://www.speaker.gov/sites/speaker.house.gov/files/COVID%20TOOLKIT%203.30.20.pdf
Jennifer Johnson-Joefield
34:41
PCHS is happy to share.
ROLFES_CH
41:26
For Patrick at DEM - is it still worth sending businesses to your email address who have products or otherwise want to help?
Emily Randall
41:37
Unemployment info video from ESD Commissioner LeVine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B-T-kxalCk
Jeff Alevy
42:52
FYI for people that may need; KCR services still operating include Housing Solutions Center, Energy and Veterans Assistance, WIC, Food Service, GED, Early Learning and Head start via online. www.kcr.org We are here to serve. And thank you all for your efforts.
Patrick Wright
44:49
The State has set up an e-mail address for businesses who want to support. The e-mail address is COVIDHELP@mil.wa.gov.
Scotty Jackson
51:26
Camp Seymour (Meals) - Scotty at sjackson@ymcapkc.org
Kody Russell
52:50
Carl, how do individuals request rides through the Lift program?
ROLFES_CH
54:10
Does anyone need any carpentry work - a local contractor wrote my office offering to build stuff while he was kept off his job sites.
John Clauson
58:15
If I may, I would like to share if possible.
John Clauson
58:45
John Clauson, sorry.
Jennifer Johnson-Joefield
01:00:13
How can you help PCHS? Medicare funding issues specific to FQHCs. And we are rapidly trying to open our Silverdale site to possibly use as a exclusively sick or well site for healthcare.
Jennifer Johnson-Joefield
01:00:40
For Silverdale we need permitting and occupancy approved.
Kathy Cocus
01:00:54
weekly KEDA webinar: COVID-19 and your business starts this Thursday, 4/2 -- http://kitsapeda.org/events/keda-webinar-covid-19-and-your-business/
Jennifer Johnson-Joefield
01:04:30
PCHS welcomes any donations from OESD of PPE and cleaning supplies!
Tracy Flood
01:07:14
naacpbremerton@yahoo.com and fltracylaw@gmail.com
Kathy Cocus
01:08:00
John Clauson - would the bus rides apply to grocery store workers as well?
John Clauson
01:08:20
Yes
Peter Braun
01:08:50
thanks Kol gotta go, let me know if we can help feed anyone
Tarra Simmons
01:09:45
Yes, hope this collaboration will continue long-term. So inspiring how we've come together in this time of need.
Shannon Peterson
01:10:46
Thank you!