To keep NSC clients and staff healthy and safe, ESL classes and in-person appointments have been suspended until further notice. NSC clients should contact their case manager by phone for the time being. | Want to learn more about coronavirus (COVID-19)?Click here.
Over the past month, NSC has been evaluating the COVID-19 pandemic daily and creating plans to continue to provide crucial services to our immigrant and refugee clients without placing anyone at risk. It is our intention to maintain an enduring operational presence to make sure the organization continues to run as it has for 100 years. With an abundance of caution, NSC will be moving towards phone-based client services and will minimize in-person programming to prioritize the health and safety of our clients, staff and volunteers. We understand the seriousness of this situation and our responsibility as a trusted provider of critical services. We are committed to making sure our clients are informed and have access to resources to stay healthy and safe.
We will continued to monitor this situation and keep the community advised of changes. For the latest updates, follow us on social media and visit the CDC website to learn more about COVID-19 and preventative measures.
Margaret O’Sullivan (Executive Director) & Nan Feyler (NSC Board Chair)