BCPS COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
On June 29th, our staff returned to the office with a staggered schedule following new protocols and procedures to ensure everyone's safety. While we continue to provide services virtually, we are scheduling appointments to meet with clients in person and allow them to utilize our Computer Based Learning Center.
Our services and support are needed now more than ever as returning citizens face new challenges in the weeks and months ahead. Our team remains dedicated to maintaining contact with our clients and to providing support, guidance, and services as needed.
The health and safety of our staff, clients, volunteers and community is our top priority. As this continues to be a rapidly evolving situation, we continue to closely monitor updates on COVID-19 and follow the guidance of the CDC regarding social distancing and related safety measures.
Please know that we are talking all precautionary measures possible to help combat the spread of this disease and to mitigate anyone’s exposure to COVID-19.
To our Volunteers and Donors:
Thank you for your ongoing support which is needed now more than ever. Your contributions to our organization are so appreciated and vital to the Life Improvement services we provide to incarcerated individuals, reentrants and their families. The impact of this pandemic is being felt by our entire community. For those we serve, our continued services are vital to assisting them as they navigate through this unprecedented situation. Our cost to assist clients with obtaining basic needs and reentry support services will far exceed our budget for this year.
Berks County is an amazing community full of kind, compassionate and generous individuals. We have no doubt that we can all work together to not only do our part by following advice of the experts in taking all necessary precautionary measures, but also support each other through this difficult time.
Stay safe and stay well everyone!