COVID-19 has changed the way we live. Many organizations are reducing or adjusting the way they provide services. SSHH acknowledges the fact that the unhoused of our community are disproportionately affected by the economic and health-related impact of the pandemic, and is doing its best to maintain its service portfolio while also balancing the health and safety of its staff and partners. The following measures have been implemented, and it is our goal to keep us safe and healthy so we can continue to carry out our mission together.
Laron, our front office manager, is asking you kindly to wear a mask when entering the SSHH office.
What can you expect upon entering our facility?
- Masks are to be worn at all times
- Temperature checks will be taken at the entrance
- Chairs are spaced 6th or more apart
- Plexiglass in the front office and conference room
- Sanitize each area and room after appointments
- PPE supplies are in designated areas
What are staff doing to stay safe and protect clients?
- Each staff member are required to take temperature and record upon entry
- Hand sanitizer stations are located in various areas
- All workstations are cleaned daily
- Health and Safety signs are posted throughout the office
- The Majority of staff are working from home
- Staff working in the office have staggered work schedules
- No House visits are permitted at this time
- We are utilizing phone conferences and emails for different forms of communication