Community Care Center
CLOSES MARCH 17, 2020
On March 13, Providence released the following statement to The Olympian.
"… Providence will continue to offer mental health and medication services downtown, but will screen patients at the door for an appointment. If a guest presents who does have symptoms, we are partnering with Thurston County Public Health to put a plan in place to help meet the need for testing homeless in our community."
Interfaith Works appreciates Providence's desire to slow the spread of COVID-19, but we are highly concerned about the health and safety of unsheltered people in Thurston County and the lack of options available for people who are living with permanent disability and chronic illness and who are at high risk for transmission.
What We are Doing to Keep People Safe
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3/16/2020 06:41:16 pm
We’re bringing a meal where do we drop it off. Cooking gals 3/26.,
3/17/2020 03:22:21 pm
Thanks so much for all you are doing!
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Meg Martin, LICSW, CPC, is the Executive Director for The Interfaith Works.