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City Mission's Coronavirus Program / Updates

Video Updates

City Mission Coronavirus update July 10th from Dean Gartland, CEO

Dr. Sally Mounts Discusses Way to Help City Mission

Dean Gartland, President/CEO of City Mission gives an update on the current situation on campus.  Accompanied by Psalm 57:1

April National Volunteer Appreciation  Month!  We want to say Thank-you to all of City Mission Volunteers.  We miss you!

Happy Easter from City Mission

COVID-19 Update – Addiction Recovery During Crisis

COVID-19 update with Dr Lattanzi – Medical Clinic Director

City Mission President / CEO Dean Gartland discusses the Coronavirus countermeasures being put into place at City Mission

Covid-19 Mitigation Plan Updates

Coronavirus Mitigation Highlights

Volunteers Programs paused:

  • Main City Mission campus at 84 W. Wheeling, Washington
  • Vocational Training Center at 1000 Sheffield St, Washington
  • City Mission Thrift Stores, seven locations, click here for addresses

Community Programs on main campus paused:

  • Chapel Services
  • Group meetings such as AA and NA
  • Career training services
  • Campus Tours

Community Services modified for mitigation:

  • Samaritan Care Center Food Pantry:  Prepacked food bags will be offered at the door of the center (84 West Wheeling St.) on Thursdays from 1 pm to 3 pm
  • ***NEW SERVICE:  With a financial grant from WCCF, our Washington and Monongahela Thrift Stores , and Canonsburg – United Presbyterian Church on Pike Street are offering “Pop-up Pantries” passing out prepacked food bags to help families impacted.  Per an anonymous donor, we have been able to add our Waynesburg and Belle Vernon as well.  See our website for days and times
  • Meal Services: A boxed lunch and dinner will be handed out to our community members in need. These meals will be given out at the door of 58 West Strawberry Lane MON-FRI 12:30pm and 5pm, SAT-SUN 4pm
  • New Resident Intakes: We are unable to accept new residents due our facility is at capacity and also the need to protect our residents from possible exposure to the Coronavirus.

All services on City Mission’s main campus for its current residents will continue.

  • Meals, Shelter, Medical Care, and Case Management services remain unchanged on City Mission’s campus.
  • Residents’ travel: Residents will be required, for non-essential travel, to stay in the City of Washington during the 30-day time period to avoid potential exposure to the virus and keep all residents safe.
  • Any resident, showing signs of the virus or believes they may have been in contact with someone suspected of having the virus, do have access to testing at Centerville Clinics and plans are in place to contain tested and infected individuals.
So we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.    — Romans 12:5