In response to the global pandemic and in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Inland Respite, Inc. is taking necessary measures to help minimize the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The healthy and safety of our clients, providers and staff is our top priority.
We are actively providing respite services to clients during this time. Thanks to our amazing staff and providers, we are committed to providing the same quality service with extra measures to keep everyone safe. Please contact our office for more information on our safety measures when providing services. For the most updated information on our response you can refer to the below links or any one of our social media platforms.
For information on COVID-19 vaccine - See below:
Mandatory Vaccination Policy
Update: September 30th, 2021
In compliance with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Department of Developmental Services (DDS), Inland Respite has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy effective immediately requiring the COVID-19 vaccination for all employees. Downloads Below
Download: Mandatory Vaccination Policy in English
Exemption form for families and live-in providers.pdf
Download: Mandatory Vaccination Policy in Spanish
Formulario de exención para familias y proveedores residentes. pdf
Submit your completed Vaccination cards to Info@anscorp.net
COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Resources
Please refer to the below links and resources related to the COVID-19 Vaccine. Provider staff who live and work in the below counties can schedule their vaccinations by visiting the links below. Read our company statement pertaining to vaccinations - here. Be reminded that information changes rapidly; it is important to review the requirements for vaccination appointments on each county site.
Vaccination Eligibility Letters
San Bernardino County
Frequently Asked Questions about Vaccine
Links and Resources
Please refer to the below helpful links and resources during this time. We recommend following your local city and state ordinances in response to this outbreak.