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Sedgwick County leadership has made the difficult decision to mandate a countywide stay-at-home order. This means CPRF buildings are temporarily closed for 30 days as 3/25. We know how important our work is to those we serve, and we sincerely apologize for the disruption of services. We hope you all stay well.
Below are details regarding continuation or suspension of activities for each CPRF program:
Adult Day Services – Closed after 3/27/2020.
Case Management – Case Managers continue to utilize phone, email, and mail for communication during this time; however, they are not participating in face-to-face meetings of any kind. This will limit our ability to perform certain tasks due to other agencies and service providers taking the same precautions.
Equipment Fund – Applications will continue to be received and processed.
Exercise & Wellness Facility – Closed.
Job Placement – Staff are contacting clients individually regarding service delivery. No face-to-face meetings of any kind during this time. Clients may contact their Job Placement Specialist with any questions.
School of Adaptive Computer Training – Students are being contacted individually regarding service delivery. No in-person classes during this time.
The Timbers – Aides and essential staff only. No access to congregate area.
Timber Lines – Urgent medical rides only. Call 316-651-5289 to speak to transportation staff.
Vocational Assessment – Closed.
Wheelchair & Posture Seating Clinic – Emergency repair appointments only. Contact David Kemp at 316-651-5215. All other appointments are suspended at this time.
WIPA – The Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income beneficiary inquiries about WIPA start with the SSA National Call Center on Ticket to Work by calling 1-866-968-7842, M-F, 8am – 8pm. Be sure to give the call center an email address. The KWIN WIPA project is providing services by phone and email with very limited mailed information. There is no face-to-face contact at this time.