Community Living-Central Huron is mindful of the health and safety of the public, as well as people supported, staff and volunteers. Therefore, it is operating in compliance with the Public Health Guidance and Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services Directives to ensure the continued safety of people supported, their families, agency staff, and the community. Safety measures, directives, and guidance are ever-changing with Covid-19 and the staff has been diligent to ensure compliance.
As a safety measure against the spread of Covid-19, when coming to the CL-CH office, please:
Read the screening questions posted on the window
Wear a mask
For Visitors of Congregate Living Locations as of August 2022:
As provincial and local risk levels fluctuate, the types of activities and visits that Community Living-Central Huron are able to support will adapt as well. Our Agency appreciates your ongoing understanding through the COVID-19 Pandemic. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Supervisor that supports the home of your family member/friend. Please note that non-essential visits are not permitted when a home is in outbreak conditions. The status of a location can change very quickly, so we appreciate your understanding and patience when these situations arise. All visitors must complete a negative Rapid Test within 24 hours of entering a congregate living location and undergo standard screening questions. Masks are still required in all working locations of CL-CH when within 6 feet of anyone.