Warren County, Missouri – Guide for Citizens and Businesses During COVID-19 Crisis

For health tips: Go to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services website: https://health.mo.gov/ or call the HOTLINE at (877) 435-8411.


Missouri’s Plan for Recovery


Your local Missouri Job Center in Warrenton is ready to help you with your Unemployment needs. We can answer your questions, explain the process, direct you to resources, or assist you with your claim.  The link below will help you access the Department of Labor & Industrial Relations to apply for unemployment benefits:

Additional Unemployment Benefit Supplement Available for Missouri’s Mixed Earners

Missouri Releases Latest Unemployment Numbers

Missouri Offers Guidance on Paycheck Protection Program Payments Made to Unemployment Workers

Unemployment Claims

Unemployment Information for Self-Employed & Gig Workers

MO Department of Labor Warns Against Unemployment Insurance Scams

Call the Job Center at (636) 456-9467 from 8:00am to 5:00pm

The Missouri Department of Labor also provides legislative updates regarding COVID-19 on its FAQ page:

Missouri Department of Labor COVID-19

Virtual Assistant for Unemployment Questions

Three Easy Steps to File for Unemployment

Missouri Implements $600 Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Program


For specific questions about Small Business Loans, Payroll Protection Program, and other funding options, contact your Warren County representative, Anastasia Tiedemann, at the Small Business Development Center

LISC Small Business Relief Grants

Mass Claim Frequently Asked Questions for Employers

Anastasia Tiedemann, Business Counselor — Small Business Development Center

Contact her by phone at (660) 665-3348 or email at atiedemann@kirksvillecity.com

***SBA websites for additional information: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance


***Missouri Department of Labor information: https://labor.mo.gov/coronavirus or call about the Shared Work program (800) 320-2519 or (573) 751-WORK (9675)

Paycheck Protection Program Resources (If you are interested in these programs, the first step is to contact your local lender.)

Small Business Paycheck Protection Program

Paycheck Protection Program Information Sheet: Borrowers

Paycheck Protection Program Application Form

Additional Business Resources

FAQs – Participation of Faith-Based Organizations

Paycheck Protection Program Small Business Checklist

Shared Work – An Alternative to Laying off Employees

The Small business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act