COVID-19 Resources

We realize that this is a difficult time for everyone, and we want to provide you with as many resources as we can to help you continue to run your business and help consumers. Below are several resources that we have compiled, and we will continue to update this page as we find more. If you know of a resource that could be helpful for your NACA colleagues, please email us at so that we can add it to the list.

General Resources

Library of Resources (This is where we are compiling documents that can be helpful for you at this time. We will continuously update this folder and also invite you to upload your own helpful resources, well.)

Government Information About COVID-19


How to Maintain Your Practice During COVID-19

Solo and Small Firm Lawyer Guide to Surviving in a Time of COVID

Center for Consumer Protection Monthly (from National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute)

Member Blog Posts (Members are sharing their hints and advice on how to practice effectively. Recent posts include tips on making the most of quarantine, lessons learned in arbitration, and thoughts on mediators.)

Webinar about PPP Loan Forgiveness


Mental Health During COVID-19

Mental Health And COVID-19—Information And Resources (from Mental Health America)


Consumer Protection During COVID-19

Consumer Protection and COVID-19 Resources from NACA

COVID-19 Consumer Resource Center (created by CLA, Kelly Guzzo, and Cohen Consumer Law)

COVID-19 and Consumer Protection Resources from NCLC

Financial Literacy for Young People

Consumer Coronavirus Scams Resources (from FTC)

Free Webinar on Consumer Coronavirus Scams (from FTC)

Webinar Series on Helping Consumers Survive the Financial Impact of COVID-19 (from Northwest Consumer Law Center; scroll down to bottom of page to access recordings)

Resources for Helping Unemployed Consumers and Frontline Workers (from National Employment Law Project; they also hosted a webinar on this topic)


Debt Collection

NCLC's State/Local Coronavirus Consumer Debt Collection Responses


How Banks are Responding to COVID-19

Information from American Bankers Association

COVID-19 Bank Info A-Z: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 (compiled by member Rob Treinen)