Community Human Services has been working tirelessly to address to the COVID-19 public health emergency. We are an important part of the County’s coordinated response to help people affected by the virus and slow the spread of the virus. History has shown that in times like these, demand for mental health, substance abuse and homeless services grows exponentially. We will be ready.
All of our essential services remain operational. We continue to offer our programs in person or via telehealth/telephone. Heightened cleaning protocols and screening procedures have been put in place to safeguard our clients and employees. All programs are providing COVID-19 education and hand sanitizer, as well as information and referral to other community services. To contact staff during the shelter-in-place order email