In the midst of these uncertain times, we—along with so many others—have altered the way in which we provide services. First and foremost, the safety and health of everyone is top priority. Reach’s purpose is to extend care to others, and perhaps now more than ever, that concern is crucial.
With that in mind, we are continuing our operations in the following ways, basing our decisions on government recommendations:
- All previously scheduled Adaptive Recreation Department programs have been cancelled through May 3. That date may be extended as this situation evolves. New virtual programs are now available for free! Check them out!
- Our Case Management, Community Living, and Mental Health services are continuing, as these are essential to these individuals served. We are taking social distancing precautions and using video, email, and other virtual forms of communication whenever possible and encouraging these people to do the same at all times.
- Nearly all of our employees are working 100% remotely. The few who are occasionally going into the office (in rotating shifts) are doing so to simply meet our financial and contractual obligations.
- All staff meetings are being done through teleconferencing/phone.
We will keep you updated as this situation progresses. In the meantime, please take care and stay safe.