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COVID-19 Resources

UPDATED 06/01/20

Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to weigh heavy on the hearts and minds of all Americans. In response to this global pandemic, elected officials from the local, state, and federal levels have taken swift action to combat the spread and mitigate the impact of the virus. Additionally, responses to constituent correspondence may be delayed at this time. Thank you for your patience.

As this is a rapidly evolving situation, I encourage you to continue monitoring the situation through trusted sources. Below, I have gathered several resources for you to reference:

Federal Assistance in the CARES Act
          Conaway - CARES Act Handbook
Opening Up America Again
          Phase One
          Phase Two
          Phase Three
Latest Federal Guidelines and Resources: 
Texas Response:
Latest news and resources from Governor Abbott
Texas Plan for Re-Opening 
Internal Revenue Service (IRS):  
 Coronavirus tax relief 
Stimulus Check Tracker
IRS stimulus rebates, "What to Know"  
Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here  
U.S. Department of Agriculture: 
USDA Actions & FAQ
          Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
Small Business Assistance:

Apply for a low-interest federal disaster loan
          Paycheck Protection Program
          Where can I find a Paycheck Protection Program lender?
          Paycheck Protection Loans FAQ
          Faith-Based Organizations FAQ
Treasury Department
          Paycheck Protection Program FAQ
          CARES Act Information
COVID-19 Unemployment Insurance 
          Texas Workforce Commission Resources 
Information from the CDC: 
What to do if you're sick
          Symptoms and testing
          Prevention tips
Congressional/Administrative Action
FAQ: COVID-19 Legislation 
COVID-19 Myth vs. Fact

          Coronavirus Rumor Control
U.S. Department of Labor
           Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application           
           DOL COVID-19 Information
           Federal Employee Guidance
           Non-Federal Employee Guidance
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
General HUD Resources
          FHA FAQ on Coronavirus Mortgage Relief
          Mortgage and Housing Assistance
House Agriculture Committee Republicans 

          COVID-19 Agriculture Resources
U.S. Department of Education
          Information for Schools and School Personnel        
Student Resources:
          Smithsonian Digital Resources
          Library of Congress Digital Resources
Medical Professionals
FDA Hotline (1-888-INFO-FDA)
          FDA Drug Supply Website
          FDA Drug Supply Hotline (855-543-3784)
Regional Resources:
               City COVID-19 News and Resources
               Brownwood Chamber of Commerce          
               City COVID-19 News and Resources     
               Granbury Chamber of Commerce
               City COVID-19 News and Resources     
                City COVID-19 News and Resources
                Midland Chamber Business Resources 
City COVID-19 News and Resources
Odessa Chamber of Commerce 
          San Angelo
City COVID-19 News and Resources
San Angelo Chamber Business Resource Hub

In an effort to protect the health and safety of both visitors and staff, we are not taking any in-person meetings at this time. However, my staff is ready to assist with any issues you may be having with a federal agency via email. If you need to speak with someone via telephone, my offices are open for phone calls on specific days. Please see the schedule below:

Brownwood: Hilary Stegemoller (325) 646-1950
(Available via phone on Tuesdays)
Granbury: Diane Williams (682) 936-2577
(Available via phone on Fridays)
Llano: Nancy Watson (325) 247-2826
(Available via phone on Mondays)
Midland: Corbette PadillaEvan Thomas, Jena Heflin (432) 687-2390
(Available via phone on Tues, Wed, and Thurs)
Odessa: Gloria Apolinario (432) 331-9667
(Available via phone on Thursdays)
San Angelo: Joanne Powell (325) 659-4010
(Available via phone on Wednesdays)
Washington, D.C. 202-225-3605
(Available via phone 8am-12pm CT daily)

Thank you for reading. It is important that we recognize the seriousness of the situation while continuing to remain calm. America has weathered astonishing trials in the past, and we will get through this together. Please continue to pray for our nation and all our friends around the world.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email.


Rep. Mike Conaway, 11th District

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