UCP of the North Bay
Community Outreach Update
March 28, 2020
At UCP of the North Bay, we take the health and safety of the people we support and our employees extremely seriously, so a comprehensive response to the COVID-19 outbreak is currently our top priority. We are constantly reviewing guidance from the CDC and other public health experts on the most effective ways to remain safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. Using that information along with internal conversations with key team members, we’ve implemented a proactive response for all employees on preventing community spread of this contagious virus. Please take seriously these recommendations for social distancing. Love, not fear, will triumph.
Public health organizations have made it clear that we can take preventive steps NOW to slow community spread. In addition, please check the UCPNB website for weekly updates from the Adult Outreach Program and the Cypress School Distance Learning School. Work hard and be kind.
- On March 16, 2020, the UCP of the North Bay Administrative Offices closed. Administrative staff have been actively working remotely from home. We will be available, via cell phone and e-mail, to assist the community as needed. However, the situation remains very fluid and we will reassess in weekly increments. Communication will be updated every Friday.
- On March 16, 2020, all UCP of the North Bay Adult Day Programs closed, including OADS and the Senior Program in Sonoma County, WineBev Services in Napa County, and Gone for Good in Solano County. However, the situation remains very fluid and we will reassess in weekly increments. Communication will be updated every Friday, until reopening.
- On March 16, 2020, Cypress School closed. Our school districts have all communicated that we will need to continue to stay home at least until May 1, 2020. However, the situation remains very fluid and we will reassess in weekly increments. Communication will be updated every Friday, until reopening.
- Should you have any questions, please contact via email or text your Program Coordinator, Manager, Administrator or Director.
- We hope everyone’s attempts to slow the spread of the virus are effective and we can return to normal locations and hours as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
In addition to our internal response, we urge you to stay updated on the progression of the COVID-19 in the North Bay, California, and the United States and its impact on people with disabilities:
- People at Risk for Serious Illness from COVID-19 – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- 5 Things To Know About Coronavirus And People With Disabilities – Forbes
- Webinar on COVID-19 Update and Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention