In response to Governor Herbert’s Executive Order moving the COVID-19 Public Health Risk from High Risk (Red) to moderate Risk (Orange), both Wasatch and Summit Counties have lifted the currently At Home Orders and the new Joint Public Health Order went into effect yesterday.
What That Means for CCPC
We will have a “soft-opening” starting today, Monday, May 4th.
Park City & Heber Food Pantries
We will continue operating from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All people working in the pantry will continue to be required to wear masks and gloves at all times. Our food pantry will remain by appointment, through signing up online. Our food pantry will no longer be a “drive-through” and we are allowing clients to come into the pantry, one at a time. Our guests will be asked to wear masks as well.
Park City & Heber Donations Receiving
We will also open our Receiving Department today. Our hours will reflect a soft opening.
In Park City, we will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday – Saturday.
In Heber, we will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
There will be no bag limits at this time. We anticipate a huge response to our re-opening, so we ask for your patience in advance. We would also ask you to consider coming later in the week to spread out the volume of dropoffs.
Finally, we are not offering pickups until the week of May 18th.
Park City & Heber Stores
All store hours will be 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday – Saturday.
We will be observing social distancing, and only allowing a certain number of people into the stores at one time, as well as providing regular cleaning and safety guidelines.
All staff will be wearing masks. We ask all customers to wear masks as well while shopping.
Our office hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday – Saturday.
We will be open to the public, while still observing social distancing and allowing only a certain number of people in at a time. We do ask that all guests arriving at the office wear masks while being inside the office. Thank you!
CCPC’s Mental Health Counseling
Our counselors have been busy providing critical mental health support during this crisis. Here are a few stories from our mental health counselors.
“I thought I was going to be fine with this COVID-19 thing since I like being alone but this is something else. I have felt so alone and isolated. I look forward to therapy every week just so I have someone to talk to and process with.”
“I relapsed because I was bored and depressed. I mean what else was I supposed to do, I’m alone and stuck inside. I’m so grateful that the Christian Center is providing scholarships and support during this time so I can work on my sobriety.”
A client who was getting help before the COVID-19 crisis, for childhood trauma, increased financial stress and marriage challenges, unfortunately, tested positive for COVID-19, along with her spouse. This resulted in them both not being able to work. With free sessions provided for by the scholarship program, our Spanish speaking therapist, Dr. Claire Camp has been able to continue treatment and support this client through telehealth. The client has been tearfully thankful for the support she has received from Dr. Camp through this pandemic while she was stuck in bed for four weeks. The client is now regaining strength and is able to return to some of her normal routines.
All of our counselors are available for an appointment. We are offering two free sessions to new clients from now until June 1, with our counselors Katie Thomas and Katie Noelck.
All of our sessions are done through Telehealth. Please contact Heather Ledbetter, our Counseling Center Administrator, who will be available to take calls, answer questions and assist in getting you scheduled during regular business hours.
You can call Heather at 435-649-2260 ext 1 (Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.) or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.