Dear ProAct families and participants, customers and supporters,

You may have heard that several staff and people in our programs are out due to precautions or quarantining for the coronavirus. #goodhuecountymn #disabilities Like other businesses, we know these situations run in cycles. There are extra safeguards and procedures that we’ve used consistently for many months.
We are open during normal hours and are following our COVID-19 safety plan, which is updated regularly. Our staff are cross-trained and are doing a fine job of filling in. I am so proud of them and of our clients who are doing their part to adjust and be safe.
Virtual or remote services have served as a solid alternative when participants need to stay home. ProAct continues to serve people in the community, as well. Things might look a little different than they did a year ago, but please be assured that ProAct is here and will be here in the future. Our mission has not changed. We are thankful for the opportunity to serve people in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, and the customers who rely on us. Thank you for your partnership and for staying in touch.
Judie Foster-Lupkin, ProAct President and CEO

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