Mitigating the Risk of COVID-19 Through a Phased Approach
Following the recommendations from Santa Cruz Public Health and the CDC we have begun to transition a limited number of our programs back to in-person services.
As our organization begins this first phase, your safety is of utmost importance to us.
We have established a comprehensive safety plan that provides clear guidelines and expectations for the coming weeks.
Below you will find information regarding which programs are providing teleservices and which are open for in-person appointments, our health screening requirements, and safety protocol for our building.
These protocols are subject to change in accordance to Santa Cruz County Public Health Orders. We please refer to this page for the latest information.
We're asking everyone including employees, volunteers, and participants to self-screen before entering our buildings or field meetings.
HEALTH SCREENING CHECKLIST
All individuals will be temperature checked and asked to complete the following health screening before entering our buildings.
WHAT'S OPEN FOR IN-PERSON SERVICES
While most of our programs are providing teleservices, we are currently providing a limited number of services in-person.
LEARN ABOUT OUR TELESERVICES
Our programs have been actively providing services via the phone and email. Learn how we can help you through teleservices.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR OUR COMMUNITY
View volunteer opportunities and special services to support our community while sheltering in place.
View the list of frequently asked questions including where you can get tested or access a mask.
Your safety is our number one priority, therefore we are adhering to all County Guidelines.
Want to know when your favorite program will reopen for in-person services? View our program timeline.