Office re-opening Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Due to safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic
, we will be following all necessary recommendations through the CDC and Department of Health, to ensure our office is operating as safely as possible. If/When you enter the building, your temperature will be scanned by the members of our security team at the front desk. Also, there will be signs posted in our lobby to ensure social distancing occurs when you visit with us. In order to limit the number of people in our lobby, we may ask you to call our front desk from the hallway to let us know you are there and then you will return to your car until your caseworker is available. For the safety of your family and our staff, all of our staff will be wearing face masks, and we are asking you and any of your family members over the age of 2 to bring a cloth or paper mask to wear when you enter our office. If you or they do not have their own masks, we will provide a mask to be worn during your visit.
We will be wearing masks if/when we visit your home. If you or someone in your home is ill or have been exposed to Covid-19, please let your caseworker know right away and prior to their visit with you. We will either be calling you ahead of the visit or asking you at the front door to determine if you may have COVID-like symptoms. These include fever greater than 100.0, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, gastrointestinal symptoms (diarrhea or vomiting), sore throat, sudden loss of sense of taste/smell, headache and/or body aches. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please let your caseworker know ahead of time. This is for your safety, the caseworker’s safety and for the safety of other vulnerable people in the community that the caseworker may be visiting after they visit your home.