Included here is information to help Door County residents and visitors find help, support, and information as our community confronts the spread of COVID-19.
Door County Emergency Response Fund now accepting requests for assistance. Details here>>
Door County Emergency Support Coalition Resources
If you are in need of assistance, fill out the form here>>
For a list of churches and assistant providers click here>>
If you require immediate assistance in northern Door County, call 920-421-9111 or 920-421-4422. To receive assistance in central or southern Door County, call 920-746-6927 or 920-746-6928.
If you would like to sign up for volunteer opportunities, please fill out the form here>>
Existing Volunteers Log In and check schedules and opportunities here >>
If you believe you may have the COVID-19 virus or may have come into contact with someone who does, call the Door County Medical Center hotline at 920.746.3700.
DCMC Revised Restrictions (as of March 21)
Door County’s First COVID-19 Case, and an Interview with Rep. Mike Gallagher
COVID19 Updates, and What the New York Times Got Wrong About Door County
DCEDC’s Steve Jenkins on Small Business Resources and the CARES Act
Wisconsin Updates, and Delivering Mental Health Services in a Lockdown
Door County Board Chair Dave Lienau On COVID-19; and Similarities to A Previous Door County Crisis
What Gov. Evers “Safer at Home” Order Means
The View From Washington Island, and Rian Hill on Businesses Grappling With Coronavirus
Door County Medical Center’s Dr. Jim Heise
Update, and the Scene From Europe – What We Could Be Facing
Chris Hecht on Where to Find Information, Assistance, and How to Volunteer
COVID-19 Update: Closures, New Resources, and Door County’s Response