The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public.
If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, or how the virus is spread, please call 1-800-525-0127.
Phone lines are currently staffed from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m, seven days a week.
Clallam Mosaic has been working hard to determine how we can best serve our community's needs during this evolving health event.
We will continue to monitor all recommended health guidelines and governmental proclamations as we plan Mosaic's next term. Since we cannot predict the official date when we can return to classe, registration packets are NOT available at this time.
Once a reopen date has been deteremined, we will make registration packets availale at the office, by email and online.
Administrative staff are still working and will be available to answer questions and address concerns of participants, families and caregivers.
We are developing a plan to have instructors do regular phone check-ins with some of our participants during this time of being home-bound.
Our Parent to Parent Coordinator, Carah, will be checking in with families.
If you would like a participant or family added to our phone check-in list please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call (360.681.8642 or 360.797.3602).
We will continue to share information and recommendations affecting the Mosaic community.
WE need to take care of each other, support each other as best we can.
Links to resources,
supports and information:
Developmental Disability Administration Coronavirus
From the ARC Washington State
Resource page with links to PDFs, Videos and more.
From the office of Rep. Derek Kilmer
Follow Kilmer on Facebook
COVID-19 Parent Student Resource Guide
See the section: Additional resources for children with disabilities,assistive technology resources
From Informing Families
Ready, Set, Know: Let's Talk Covid 19
As you are supporting an individual with IDD who is struggling
with the changes taking place, here are some guidelines to individualize according to their age and needs.
From the Peninsula College Library staff:
Up to date local information: Peninsula Daily News
Emergency Assistance Programs & Resources
to Get Help and Give Help to those in Need:
Need help explaining the importance of handwashing and social distancing: World Health Organization videos
World Health Organization: Updates
Both the Port Angeles and Sequim Food Banks are allowing drive thru food distribution. Port Angeles Food Bank
Connect with Us
Parent to Parent (P2P):
301 Lopez Ave, Rm #4
Port Angeles, WA 98362