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About OCHLA A state government agency created to connect the diverse Latino communities in Ohio and serve as an information center. In addition, they advise the Governor and state government agencies on all matters affecting Hispanics in Ohio.
What can I find? Resources and updates on the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency, including bilingual resources, Governor Mike DeWine's press releases, mental health resources, answers to frequently asked questions, unemployment benefits, and detailed information on the Coronavirus.
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About Ohio Department of Health
ODH’s mission is to protect and improve the health of all Ohioans by preventing disease, promoting good health and assuring access to quality care. Prevent and control the spread of infectious diseases (Bureau of Infectious Diseases). The Department of Helath provides direction, support and coordination in preventing, preparing for and responding to events that threaten the public’s health.
What can I find? Latest developments, helpful videos, economic resources, guidance on essential and non-essential businesses. Also, you can find ideas for things you can do, and other educational resources.
The SBA is an independent agency of the federal government to assist, advise, assist, and protect the interests of small businesses, to preserve competitive free enterprise, and to maintain and strengthen our nation's overall economy.
What can I find? Guidance on running a business and loan resources for small businesses. The SBA offers low-interest disaster loans to help small businesses and homeowners recover from disasters.
Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides entrepreneurial development assistance and high-end business consulting to start-up and emerging business owners free of charge.
What can I find? SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan and new programs created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and major programs created in the legislation designed for small businesses:
The organization supports loans for new and established businesses. Many of their other services can help develop a new business into a loan-ready client. ECDI provides the tools, technical assistance and support for businesses to succeed.
ECDI has been providing small business loans, ranging from $500-$350,000, to help low-income, low-wealth, and other disadvantaged people and communities join the economic mainstream.
ECDI has assisted over 13,000 individuals through our comprehensive suite of entrepreneurial programs and services.
What can I find? Information about small business and construction loans, small business mentoring, women’s business center, Business directory, and employment opportunities.
About City of Columbus
The City of Columbus is committed to improving the quality of life for families in Columbus’ neighborhoods, from education and the arts to waste management and neighborhood development¬–the changes have been sweeping, impactful and above all, continue to reinforce Columbus’ reputation as one of the best cities in the nation to live, work and play.
What can I find? A list of resources for residents affected by this health emergency as well as information on how you can help and support your neighbors. Health resources, human services, opportunities to help, videos, small business help and job information.
About La Mega Media
La Mega Media, Inc. is the largest Hispanic media platform in the Midwest. The company offers unique content, exclusive promotions and entertainment by integrating the 3 radio stations – La Mega 103.1 FM in Columbus, La Mega 97.7 FM in Cincinnati, La Mega 87.7 FM in Cleveland, Newspaper La Mega Nota and the La Mega1 App, creating the largest Hispanic media platform in Ohio and neighboring states.
What can I find? Audio interviews with experts including doctors, psychologists, SBA executive, and Executive Director of OCHLA. Different resources for business owners and employees, general information about coronavirus, and unemployment.