COVID-19 Resources

Apply for Reemployment Assistance with the Department of Economic Opportunity:

To learn about the process on how to apply for reemployment assistance click here. You can view Claimant FAQs if you still have questions and Employer FAQs are also available for businesses.

Please note the DEO system is currently experiencing delays and connectivity issues. Although we’re not the unemployment office, we are supporting DEO by helping career seekers and displaced workers access the Reemployment Assistance program if they need to:

    • File an initial claim for DEO reemployment assistance benefits
    • Use CSCF computer to log weeks via the CONNECT system

Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as you may encounter delays when accessing the reemployment assistance system.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Reemployment

You can view the application video guide to learn about the process and apply for benefits online. You can view the Claimant FAQs if you still have questions. Having trouble reaching DEO about your benefits? Email DEO. Click here for instructions on how to reset your DEO PIN.

COVID-19 Information

The Florida Department of Health has provided a COVID-19 Toolkit with information about general prevention, protecting yourself in gatherings and crowds, planning and care for older adults, and much more. You can also check for updates about the current situation in Florida, including daily reports and county-specific information.

Vaccine Info

We need your help to protect our community against the COVID-19 virus. Getting vaccinated prevents severe illness, hospitalizations, and death. Find where you can get your vaccine in each county:

Community Resources

Heart of Florida United Way can assist with food, housing, and other needs. Call 211. SecondHarvest Food Bank helps keep meals on the table for seniors, families and kids in our community. United Against Poverty can provide groceries to residents quickly and safely. Residents may call 407-650-0774 ext. 1737. Hearts, Hands, and Hope helps children and families in need by providing goods, services and programs of support. Learn about more community resources.

CDC Guidelines

We are all tired of COVID-19, but the pandemic is not over yet. We can slow its spread. Wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet from others, avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces, wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds, and get vaccinated when it’s available to you. Learn more.