Progress House continue to put the safety of our clients first and we are all still wearing our masks and adhering to our new medical directors direction - Masks, Social Distancing, washing hands, disinfecting our areas and testing for those who may have been at risk.
IN THE PHI NEWS
The COVID -19 Vaccines have begun in our county and we're taking responsibility at PHI. here is our Programs Trainer Kari in this video, getting her vaccine - see at right.
Our Facebook page is up and running! Check us out! Follow us or just contribute!
We are proud to partner with USA Today in the attached - see page 121
Did you know that our board meets monthly? As a nonprofit our board meetings are open to the public. We would welcome you to our meetings, if you're interested please contact our Board President - Cindy Carlson at email@example.com to receive your zoom link.
If you're interested in joining a committee, contact Cindy and she will refer you to the proper committee chair. If you're interested in joining the board of directors, there are openings, contact Cindy and she will send you the appropriate forms and disclosures.
We have two new board members!! Shannon and Ernie Durst.
Shannon is an experienced sales leader; including Human Resources and Legal areas, subject matter expert in occupational health and wellness screening, including both regulated and standard, drug-free workplace programs. Law Enforcement Chaplain and seminary student. Active participant in H&I for more than 10 years.
Ernie is a local business owner and recovery-focused member of the community. Ernie came to the area in 1991, originally from Philadelphia, PA and then spent many years in the California Bay Area prior to his arrival in El Dorado County. He has predominantly worked in construction but did spend some time in warehousing and logistics as well.
The PHI staff welcomes you both!
Make a financial donation - Now, more than ever, we need support from community members like you to continue providing everything that recovering men and women in our region need. Your financial support allows us to continue to provide critical services like our telephone counseling services, urgent response programming and also provide free items that our clients need such as blankets, nutritious meals, disinfectant wipes, clean clothing (under-garments for men/women), and more. Our donation link is on the front of our web page.
We accept donations of time with tasks like picking up furniture or donated items.
Please note that NONE of our locations are accepting drop off donations without prior review and needs assessment. Our board member Merethe Dyer coordinates review of donated items and pick up of donations. If you want to donate an item please contact Merethe at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have partnered with Vehicle Donations for Charity and their link is on our front page bottom just in case you're interested in donating a vehicle, please go thru them with your donation. https://vehiclesforcharity.org/Donate/PGHO.html