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COVID-19: Resources and Information

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Aspen Public Radio has compiled the following list of local, state and national resources that are providing current coronavirus information and resources. You can also follow our updates for the most recent coronavirus news. Información para hispanohablantes

Aspen to Parachute COVID-19 Community Hotline: 970-429-6186

Pitkin County

Eagle County

Garfield County

Snowmass Village

State of Colorado

National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 Local Mental Health Resources:

  • Mind Springs Health 'When Major Things Happen' resource section
  • Resiliency tools and self-directed meditations available at Mind Springs Health's Youtube and Facebook pages
  • Hope Center's Aspen Hopeline: 970-925-5858 and Eagle Hopeline: 970-306-4673
  • Aspen Strong has a directory of mental healthcare providers and resources for those in need 
  • Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38225
  • Our news team regularly adds conversations with local therapists and counselors to our website for our ongoing mental health series High Risk At High Altitude

Additional Local Assistance

Ways To Donate To Aspen Valley Hospital

Aspen Valley Hospital is offering different ways community members can lend a hand during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hospital is accepting monetary donations to Aspen Valley Hospital's Emergency Fund online or by calling 970-544-1302 to help fund staffing, supplies, technology and equipment. The hospital has once again resumed its blood drives; donors can make an appointment by calling 970-298-2555. Aspen Valley Hospital is not accepting food donations, though they have set up a "Feeding the Frontlines" fund to provide meals to hospital staff. More information about donations is available by calling 970-544-1302 or emailing avhf@aspenhospital.org.

Ways To Donate To Valley View Hospital

Valley View Hospital is offering different ways community members can help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley View is sharing encouraging notes with its frontline workers, and thank you notes to healthcare staff can be emailed to foundation@vvh.org. The hospital is also accepting monetary donations, or you can buy a meal for Valley View caregivers from a local restaurant. For more information on delivering food, email John Quinn at john.quinn@vvh.org. Call 970-384-7632 for further questions on donations.