Community Link COVID-19 Policies

Like many other businesses, Community Link and other agencies that serve people with disabilities has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The lives and routines of the people we serve have been disrupted by the changes in community settings. At Community Link, we take the health and wellbeing of the people we serve very seriously, and have adapted our standard practices to the "new normal." Below is a current list of changes and adaptations we have made to our programs. We will update this page as new information becomes available.

General Guidelines 

*All persons entering the Community Link building are required to wear a facemask while inside.

*Before entering the building, you must call the person you are schedule to meet with before entering. They will meet you outside to escort you to your destination.

*No one will be permitted access to the building if they have any of the following symptoms: deep coughing, shortness of breath, a temperature over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, red and/or irritated rash, yellow or green nasal or eye discharge, diarrhea or vomiting.

*No one will be permitted access to the building if the following statements apply to them: You or any member of your household has been diagnosed with or exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19; you have reason to believe you or a member of your household has been exposed to someone with COVID-19; you or any member of your household has travelled outside of the United States in the last 14 days.

Day Program Guidelines

*All participants and staff will be required to wear a mask. If a participant is unable or unwilling to wear a mask, we are unable to serve them at this time.

*All participants will have their temperature checked upon arrival.

*Staff will implement strict and regular sanitation of surfaces and common areas.

*Occupancy is limited on a room by room basis with no more than 10 people in one room at any given time.


*All regulations listed under the General Guidelines section will apply to host home providers or other staff working in the residential department. If you have questions or concerns, contact your residential coordinator for assistance.


*Employment is currently still providing on-site supports for individuals who require them in their job. If you have questions or concerns about an individual receiving job support services, please contact Lee Sylvester, Employment Director.