Transition House Updates Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At Transition House, our primary concern is health and safety. As such, the following steps were taken to safeguard our client families, staff, volunteers and supporters. We want to do our part to help everyone in the community stay healthy in accordance with CDC, state and local guidelines.
As of Friday, March 20, 2020:
Transition House recognizes that the community response to COVID-19 is ever-changing, and we are doing our best to navigate the impacts to our agency’s programs in new and creative ways. We also realize we are part of a larger effort and we are all stronger working together.
We thank you for your support. Please stay tuned for updates.
How you can help Transition House respond to coronavirus (COVID-19) updated March 20, 2020
Food. The demands to provide nutritious and well-rounded food for our children, men, and women at the shelter are greater than ever. With our extended hours and all clients sheltered-in as much as possible, we continue to rely on volunteers as a major pipeline for keeping families fed. If you can assist with feeding of the shelter, please contact Claire Frandsen, Volunteer Coordinator, by clicking here or calling (805) 966-9668.
Supplies. We require basics such as toilet paper and cleaning supplies. Please check our Transition House – Coronavirus Response needs list on Amazon.com, which is updated periodically to reflect current inventory shortages.
Relief. If you’d like to help provide relief by making a financial contribution at this critical time, please click here.