Project Harmony’s top priority remains the health, safety and well-being of our staff, clients and community. We are committed to following the recommendations of the CDC and Douglas County Health Department as this rapidly changing situation continues to evolve. Below is an outline of Project Harmony’s response plan to ensure the safety and health of our employees and partners while continuing to serve families through the COVID-19 crisis over the next three weeks.
Most notable is that we have decided to cancel the Speaking of Children Luncheon & Conference.
As of Monday, March 16:
- All employees will work remotely whenever feasible.
- All doors will remain locked until further notice.
- Project Harmony will operate on an ER on-call basis, responding only to DHHS and law enforcement emergent cases to minimize those in the building at one time. This would include crisis assessments and forensic interviews, advocacy, mental health sessions, medical exams and triage services when it is clinically necessary or the child’s safety is high risk.
- Connections Mental Health Coordinators will be working remotely and continuing to provide regular contact and support to families during this time.
- All MDT meetings will be held via Zoom.
- All training events and workshops have been postponed.
- All onsite meetings involving external guests have been canceled or postponed.
- Project Harmony is still accepting donations dropped off between the hours of 9 – 11 a.m., Monday through Friday.
- To reach law enforcement here at Project Harmony, please call 402-444-5636, Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Child Abuse Hotline: 1 (800) 652-1999
- Lutheran Family Services can be reached at (833) 903-2376
Project Harmony appreciates your unwavering support and understanding. As new information is available, Project Harmony will continue to provide updates through our social media channels and website. Please stay healthy and safe.