Foothills Caring Corps

The team at Foothills Caring Corps; submitted photo

Beginning Oct. 1, the Foothills Caring Corps will be expanding the qualifying trips for their medical transport program.

Robin Cochran, executive director explained, “Our COVID safety protocols have been implemented and state of the art sanitization equipment is now being utilized so that we can safely provide additional essential programs and services to our Neighbors who need us now more than ever.”

In addition to trips for dialysis and cancer treatment, the medical transportation program will now be providing trips for cardiac and crucial eye appointments.

The van transportation program will also be re-introduced for select trips for crafting and education. Additionally, the handyman program will also be available. Each of these services will assist the neighbors under specific guidelines. Social distancing, hand sanitizing and mask wearing are mandatory for both volunteers and neighbors.

Find out more about the Foothills Caring Corps online at foothillscaringcorps.com.

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