Interfaith Office Covid-19 Safety and Service Update 

October 1st, 2021 

 

With the increased prevalence of the Covid-19 Virus DELTA Variant, and in the interest of the vulnerable population we serve, we ask that all staff, volunteers and clients abide by the following guidelines:

1) During transport, both parties must wear of a mask within the transport vehicle.

2) All parties must wear a mask when within six feet from one another.

3) During in person assessments, the wearing of a mask is mandated.

4) Interfaith Ozaukee will continue to provide masks / gloves / hand sanitizer / cleaning supplies in vans and for use in volunteer’s personal vehicles.

5) All volunteer drivers are asked to clean / disinfect ICO vehicles, especially touchpoints, in-between rides and at end of day.

6) Service delivery based on driver availability, prioritized to:

~Life essential rides for medical / food / medicine.

~Medical appointments to out-of-county destinations, especially wheelchair rides.

~All other rides considered on a case-by-case basis, including ex. chiropractor, hearing aid center, optometrist.

At Interfaith Ozaukee, the health and safety of our volunteers and clients remains our highest priority. We have updated our health and safety guidelines to reflect the most current CDC Covid-19 recommendations. These updates help us ensure that we continue to provide a safe, healthy experience for both our volunteers and the seniors we serve.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact

pschultz@interfaithozaukee.org.

 Paul J. Schultz, NHA , Executive Director

We’re expanding our offerings and presence!

Interfaith Ozaukee is host to the Ozaukee HELP corner, lending wheelchairs, walkers and canes free of charge. Click to learn more!

Interfaith Ozaukee is also a proud partner and collaborator on the Ozaukee Initiative, bringing non-profits together with the community to better serve Ozaukee County. Click below to learn more!

You can get involved in any number of ways – check below to see what we’re up to!

Community Partners

10% Volunteer Discount Card

Interfaith Caregivers Ozaukee County has partnered with several Local Businesses to create a 10% Volunteer Discount Card Program.  These local businesses want to recognize our volunteers and say Thank You for all that you do to provide transportation and other support to Seniors in Ozaukee County.  For a complete list of businesses participating in this program, please click on the Community Partners Link in the menu bar at the top of the page. 

 

If you are a local business that would like to become a Community Partner, please contact Paul Schultz, Executive Director, Interfaith Caregivers Ozaukee County.  262-376-5362 x104 
 


 

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Interfaith Caregivers Ozaukee offers services free-of-charge to clients. To support our mission of enabling seniors, including those with limited mobility to remain independent in their homes, we rely on generous contributions to support our programs.

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