COVID-19 Update: July 2021
Please do not visit the office or participate in any Micah programs if you:
- Have any of the following symptoms which are new or worsened if associated with allergies, chronic or pre-existing conditions: fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sore throat, and/or runny nose.
- Have just returned from out of province travel within the last two weeks.
- Have had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of respiratory illness and/or COVID-19 without the use of required PPE.
If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19 and have reasonable cause to believe you’ve been in contact with a known case, contact your local health authority to be screened, and if necessary, tested.
PPE For Staff, Volunteers, and Clients
Thanks to the Emergency Community Response Fund and the Canadian Red Cross we have received a donation of PPE for staff, volunteers, and clients. If you need PPE for program participation please contact the office (306.653.3099) to arrange a pick-up/delivery.
Visiting the Office
The office is open from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday for staff, clients, and volunteers. Please book an appointment with staff should you wish to meet in person as drop-in services are not currently available. Please sign-in upon entry, and sanitize your hands. The use of facemasks are not mandatory in the office, however encouraged.
CSC-SCC Visiting Guidelines (P2P & FCRP)
CSC-SCC has suspended it’s in-person volunteer activities. As individuals are not able to enter the institution, volunteers are encouraged to write letters to the inmates and patients they are supporting. Please contact the office for more information regarding letter writing protocol and to receive letter writing supplies.
Effective July 2021 in-person circles may resume. Circles must take place in large, outdoor, spaces; circle members must abide by physical distancing protocols, maintaining a distance of two meters between one another; circles must consist of core members and volunteers only – no guests are welcome at this time; the use of facemasks is recommended and highly encouraged. Circles that are not comfortable meeting in person are encouraged to meet virtually via tele-conference, video-conference, and group messaging. Please contact the office should a circle participant require support accessing technology in order to participate in virtual CoSA activities.
Please note: these guidelines are ever-evolving as the province of Saskatchewan continues to respond to the risk COVID-19 presents in our communities.