Updated: Jul 8, 2020
CCCC - ADHC is now providing the meal delivery service to help our community to stay safe and healthy in this difficult time.
We would like to make contributions in enhancing the quality of life and well-being of community members by providing reachable and reasonable access to meal delivery services and to enhance the community connectivity by realizing the prosperity of the community as a whole.
What We Provide:
Breakfast, lunch, snack, and grocery pack programs:
* Breakfast including bread and fruits
* Hot meal lunch box
* Snacks including cookies or cakes
* Eggs & Milk
Professional drivers specially trained for COVID-19 safety regulations
USDOT regulation compliance with buses and vans
Staff on-call service for emergency needs
Professional bus-route dispatching and management personnel and fleet maintenance services
If you are interested and want to know more, please call 301-820-7200 ext 8102 or email email@example.com or talk to us directly on our website/Facebook Page!
The health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and clients are our priority. To ensure that, we strictly follow the Food Safety Instructions from the FDA during COVID-19.
- Food Preparation
We guarantee food safety from the source by ordering meals, snacks, groceries, and other essential food only from restaurants and supermarkets with official certificates and under strict food safety administration. These meal preparation partners and grocery providers follow protocols set by local and state health departments to protect their staff and clients.
Delivery personnel to our center follow the social distancing practice and wear personal protective equipment such as masks and gloves to make sure the food is without contamination.
- Food Delivery
All drivers have a low risk of exposure to the virus. They must report as soon as they have skeptical symptoms and stop their delivery service at once. Our Pan Asian Volunteer Health Clinic (PAVHC) has 18 volunteer physicians who can provide immediate medical consultations with any driver that is exhibiting COVID symptoms. They may return to the center after they show the proof of recovery or negative test.
Drivers wear hats, masks, gloves, and goggles when delivering meals to seniors and practice contactless delivery. Leaving meals outside of the room and notify the client is recommended.
Vehicles should be disinfected every day after the delivery is done.
Reduce the number of on-site employees. Staff are encouraged to work from home unless it is necessary to come to the center. Social distancing practice is a must for staff working onsite.
The center provides sufficient protective gear such as medical masks, gloves, and goggles, and wearing personal protective equipment is required when working onsite.
The center should be disinfected every day to reduce infection risk.