COVID 19 Information
HELPLINE HOUSE COVID-19 MANDATORY VACCINATION POLICY Policy 1.18
To promote the health and safety of staff and clients, Helpline House requires all staff and volunteers who interface with clients to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) prior to beginning work on site.
Staff who seek an exemption from this policy for medical reasons or because of a firmly held religious or moral belief must submit a request for accommodation to begin the interactive process. Helpline House will attempt to accommodate exempt individuals as long as the accommodation does not create an undue hardship or pose a direct threat to the health and safety of others.
2021 AUG Helpline House COVID-19 Procedures
MASKS ARE OPTIONAL
As per new CDC guidelines and changes in our state’s mask requirements, face masks are now optional in our facility.
ALL CHOICES ARE SUPPORTED.
Our staff & volunteers are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Policy 1.18 (above)
Masks are available for anyone that needs one. Hands-free sanitizing stations are available upon entrance.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation to prevent or slow down COVID -19 as we continue to follow the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Kitsap Public Health updates.
Washington state's Say Yes! COVID Test (STYCT) program.
Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days. Click the following button to learn more.
A More Agile Helpline House is here!
Virtual & In-Person Services are Available Now.
Indoor Services Returned August 2, 2021
The Food Bank continues to be vigilant about food safety guidelines, disinfecting counters, doorknobs, and other surfaces.
Please stay home if you are ill:
• Make arrangements to send a neighbor, friend, or family member with a note to pickup groceries.
• Donations are gratefully accepted at the back door.
All other questions, please call 206.842.7621or
email email@example.com for assistance or learn more on the homepage.
Social workers continue to provide case management for resources and referrals, and/or therapy appointments.
To schedule an appointment:
Call 206.842.7621or email
The intake coordinator will need your
primary contact phone number
a summary of your critical need(s)