April 14, 2020

Adams County Together Resource Team

We have all been inundated with resources from the local, state and federal level. As part of the Adams County Together Initiative, a Resource Team has been formed to help both individuals and businesses navigate the best course of action to take when considering various programs.

Beginning today, Monday, April 13, those looking for individual or business assistance can make in person, phone, or online Zoom meeting appointments. In person meeting locations include in the City of Quincy, as well as Adams, Brown and Pike Counties.

“We are all here to help our community through this difficult time,” states Marcel Wagner, president of the Great River Economic Development Foundation. “We are currently accepting appointments for assistance in understanding which program is best for individuals and organizations, and all in person appointments are held at a safe distance at each location.”

To schedule an individual assistance appointment, please call (217) 222-YMCA Ext 202.

To schedule a business appointment via Zoom or in Quincy, please call (217) 430-4313. For a business appointment in the county, please call (217) 224-8171.

A full schedule, list of locations, as well as contact phone numbers can be found online at www.AdamsCountyTogether.com on the home page when you click “Contact The Resource Team.”


Questions or follow up appointments can be made by calling the Mayor’s office at 217-228-4545.

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