COVID-19 Bulletin Board

Stay up-to-date in Bisbee during these difficult times.


Bisbee FREE FOOD resources:

Loaves and Fishes Pantry: 1056 HWY 92
Food boxes: Fridays 1-2 pm

Hope and Beyond Emergency Pantry: 23 Clawson Ave. 249-8159
Food boxes:Saturdays 2-4pm

St. Pats Church: 100 Quality Hill 432-5783
Food boxes: Tues.-Friday 9-12pm

Tintown Shelter: 509 Romero Street 432-7839
Food boxes Mon-Fri 12-2
lunch: 7 days a week 12-2 takeout only, delivery available
Dinner: 7 days a week 5-6, Weds. 4:30-6 takeout only, delivery available.
Showers: 6 days a week no Weds. 12-2 pm

Thursdays Brown bag lunch at Goar Park 12-12:30

Goar Park Lunch: 89 Main Street: 255-5219
Food Boxes: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 12-1:00
Meals: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 12-1:00 @89 Main Street takeout only, delivery available.
Mondays: brown bag lunch 12-12:30 @ Goar Park

The Bisbee Senior Center has groceries available Monday through Friday from 8 to 2. Please call 520-432-2167 and let them know what you need.


Cochise Community College and The SBA have announced:


The Small Business Administration will resume accepting PPP (Personal Paycheck Program) loan applications on Monday, April 27 at 10:30 AM EDT from approved lenders on behalf of any eligible borrower. This will ensure that SBA has properly coded the system to account for changes made by the legislation.


Even though the Cochise College campuses are physically closed, their Small Business Development Center is still available to assist you. You can reach Mark Schmitt, Director of the SBDC at 520-515-5478 or send him an email at Mark is ready to assist you through these uncertain times.


Other helpful contacts

Cochise County Health Department

Phone number - 520-432-9400

Website -

Cochise County Domestic Abuse Hotlines

520-364-1429 OR 520-458-9096

Suicide Prevention Hotline


Copper Queen Hospital

Thank you for your generosity and offers to donate personal protective equipment (PPE). Keeping colleagues, patients, and families safe is critical during these unprecedented times.

Copper Queen Community Hospital is overwhelmed with gratitude!

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused international shortages of critical PPE. CQCH is accepting donations, including the following items:

  • Disposable head covers 

  • Disposable Gowns 

  • Disposable Gloves 

  • N95 respirator face masks 

  • Disposable face masks 

  • Face-shields/goggles 

  • Coveralls/scrubs 

  • Shoe-covers 

  • Disinfection wipes and liquids 

  • General-purpose hand cleaners

Please bring donated items in original, unopened packaging.

We are willing to accept homemade masks as well!

When starting this project, please consider:

  • Have you been in contact with anyone suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past two weeks?

  • Do you have fever, cough or shortness of breath?

If you are able to answer “NO” to both questions, then proceed with making masks.

If you answer “YES” to either or both questions, please do not make masks. If you are experiencing cough, fever, or shortness of breath and have a concern that you may have COVID-19 please call your primary care provider for a risk assessment.

Please email us at to contact our staff to coordinate drop off times. CQCH colleagues who would like to coordinate third party donations may use this email as well.

We thank you and appreciate your generosity!


All of us at KBRP recognizes that the COVID-19 crisis is causing unprecedented concerns. With your help, KBRP will strive to provide information, healing music, and a sense of connection in an uncertain time.

In response to COVID-19 KBRP has launched a new program called Bisbee Gone Viral which will give up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 in Bisbee. Listen in at 9am and 5:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.