Due to updates and guidelines put in place by the Governor of Virginia and the CDC, VersAbility Resources has made the difficult decision to extend the closure of our Day Support programs until further notice.
What are we currently doing?
Although COVID19 has forced us to take preventative measures to maintain the health and safety of our employees, the people with disabilities we serve, and our community, VersAbility is still providing mission-essential services across our organization.
Our Residential Services program is fully operational with VersAbility staff providing 24/7 care to the residents of our 10 homes across Newport News, Hampton, and York County. Our staff provides a safe and healthy environment, including daily activities, meals, medications, and more.
Our early childhood program is providing screening services via phone and/or video conferencing.
We are providing mission-essential services for the military through multiple government contracts. Our employees answer global calls for the Air Force, clean essential government facilities, and serve food to military personnel. Our team is also responsible for loading food on Navy ships from Norfolk to Guam and recently supplied the hospital ships Comfort and Mercy.
Many of our commercial partners represent critical industries and we are supporting these vital suppliers.
How you can help:
Due to financial strain and effects to our organization from COVID19, we need monetary donations to help support people with disabilities in our Residential program and the mission-essential services we provide directly to the military.
Any amount helps. Please donate today!
Provides arts and crafts supplies, movies, games or other entertainment tools while residents shelter in place.
Provides additional cleaning supplies for a Residential home to keep our residents and staff safe and healthy.
Provides food, masks, gloves, gowns and other essential items for our residents and staff to provide safe and healthy 24/7 care during the CVODI19 crisis. A gift from you, no matter how big or small makes all the difference to people with disabilities during COVID19.
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