Please see the FAQ below, which outlines our remote work plan.
How Does SCDF Work Remotely? SCDF is temporarily closing the Ontario office. SCDF will remain open “remotely” and expects most business functions to continue as normal. Staff will be available during normal business hours (8:00 AM–5:00 PM). Community Health Workers will be available during clinic hours at their normal clinic locations and via phone.
Can SCDF Staff be Reached by Phone? SCDF work phones have been forwarded to staff members’ remote worksites. Voicemails are also automatically forwarded to the staff member’s email. Your message will be received and responded to at our earliest convenience, however, please be aware that there may be possible delays in response time. If you are having trouble reaching someone and have not received a response within 48 hours, please email Patrice Ragin, Director of Operations at email@example.com.
Will SCDF Still Host Meetings? No. All meetings, trainings and workshops have been postponed until further notice. SCDF staff will contact our families and community partners at the appropriate time.
Will Volunteers Still Be Needed? Yes. Volunteers will resume support in the SCDF office when normal operations commence. We value your support, but more importantly we want you to be safe.
Will SCDF Staff Travel for Work? Until further notice, SCDF staff members will not travel for work.
How long does SCDF plan to work remotely? This plan is in place until April 6, 2020 unless otherwise noted.
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3602 Inland Empire Blvd, Suite B140 Ontario, CA 91764 Phone (909) 743-5226 or (310) 693-0247 Toll Free (866) 288-CURE (2873) Fax (909) 743-5227 email: firstname.lastname@example.org