Covington Business Council Blog

Daily Update April 8

The Covington Business Council continues to try to provide you access to opportunity and growth, if only in a remote sense.  We have partnered with HR Elements to provide webinars to address various issues that have developed from the COVID-19 outbreak. Today’s webinar was with City of Covington officials, providing you direct access to ask your question.  Be sure to view our calendar of events to sign up and let us know of any topics you would like us to schedule.

Disaster Funding

Still confused about the financial relief available for your business? View this flowchart from Mackey Advisors to help determine the paths for your business.

Still confused about the financial relief available for your business? View this flowchart from Mackey Advisors to help determine the paths for your business.

Commonwealth of Kentucky

Gov. Andy Beshear Tuesday put a spotlight on the need for the continued fight against the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and highlighted actions taken to protect the vulnerable. Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Deputy Secretary Josh Benton, in an update on unemployment insurance, said they are actively training more staff, going from 12 before the pandemic to now 1,000 to 1,200 on the phones to help Kentuckians. Additional updates can be found at at  governor.ky.gov and kycovid19.ky.gov

View nkyhealth.org for regional health updates.

News

The Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News continues to be committed to publishing each week – sharing news and connecting nonprofits in our region during the COID-19 pandemic. Send your news and job postings to news@jpsnonprofit.com and/or subscribe for free at https://jpsnonprofit.com/greater-cincinnati-nonprofit-news/

Member Update with Life Learning Center 

Life Learning Center is a place to provide hope for ‘at-risk’ individuals in our Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky regional community who are ready to commit to long term life change.  Effective March 19, 2020, candidate enrollment is online and all curriculum is being taught virtually using ZOOM.  Support groups are also utilizing the ZOOM platform.  Our volunteers are using ZOOM, facetime, and other modes of communication to work with the candidates.  It has minimized staff in the building using telework and rotating directors daily and is following all CDC guidelines.  Additional updates include the following:

Kitchen:  Food boxes are provided to candidates in need, available for pickup at Life Learning Center front entrance foyer Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m by appointment.

Clothing Closet:  Upon completion of a Care Resource Request, LLC staff will provide clothing to Candidates and Members.

Facility Operation:  Our facility is open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for our team. We have reduced our staff with a rotating scheduling. The phones are answered Tuesday – Thursday until 5:30 to field calls for classroom access on-line.

Needs:  Last week, Life Learning Center had 138 candidates and is growing exponentially.  In serving our candidates, we have really gone through product quicker than expected.  Our biggest needs are socks, underwear, hygiene items, and non-perishable foods.  They are averaging in excess of 50 food boxes every 3-5 days.

Contact Information:  https://www.lifelearningcenter.us

20 West 18th Street, Covington, KY 41011,  859-431-0100

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