COVID-19 info & resources
Fairfield Community Place is closed to the public until further notice.
While the centre itself is closed, we hope to offer new ways for folks to connect, and are busy finding options that support community.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or from 9am – 3pm you can call 250-661-8011.
See our How you can help your community page for ways to help the Fairfield Gonzales community,
Summer Camps – registration has been postponed, new date to be determined.
Out of School Care registration for Sept 2020 – will proceed as planned, information on our website.
Recreation Classes – spring sessions of all recreation classes have been suspended.
Refunds? We are working to process any COVID-19 related refunds for childcare programs, Spring session recreation classes or rentals in a timely manner, but please bear with us as we learn to work offsite.
Some helpful links on the Government response plan
- Supports and information from the BC Government
- Support for individuals from the Government of Canada
- EI support benefit Justin Trudeau has unveiled new repackaging of EI support to help Canadians affected by coronavirus.
- Questions and Answers for the childcare sector – information from the BC government on childcare closures and opening emergency childcare for essential workers.
- Provincial update on support for renters BC is introducing a new temporary rental supplement, halting evictions and freezing rents, among other actions.
- A plain language resource for people in need of government support created by a Carleton University professor
Symptoms & healthcare
- Anyone who is concerned that they may have been exposed to, or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, should contact their health-care provider, or call 8-1-1.
- You can also call 1-888-COVID-19 or text 604-630-0300 for details, advice, and further information on the virus.
- BC COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool
- More information: BC Centre for Disease Control, Island Health.
- If you are experiencing stress, anxiety or depression, the Province has published a useful document to help you cope with these difficult moments