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Procedures and Policies

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Rotation Schedule Aug 30, 2009 to March 21, 2010

Rotation Schedule Aug 30, 2009 to March 21, 2010This is the Procedures and Policies page.

 

CORI Checks for Host Congregations

The Family Promise Metrowest Board has decided to leave the CORI check policy to the discretion or practice of each host congregation.  Host Congregations must be prepared to have two adult individuals (responsible parties) available with families at all times (when a Host Congregation receives its individual training this item will be covered).  Church members who drop off meals and supplies or plan to help children with homework, offer recreational activities, etc count as additional adults to the two responsible parties.  Congregations are urged to review their own internal policies regarding the way they manage their Sunday school programs and youth programs with regard to CORI checks.  Some may have adopted 'safe church' programs and practices; others will have policies for CORI checks for any member working with youth or vulnerable adults; others do not. 

 

If a Host Congregation choses to implement a CORI check policy for its own outreach programs, they will need to appoint a member to coordinate the process and request/receive confidential CORI information.  Such a policy should not be adopted by congregations lightly, because aside from gaining access to confidential information, it obligates congregations to follow through on their own policy and take appropriate action if necessary, which may not always be easy or pleasant to do. Please not that CORI checks are an imperfect system, in that only those with criminal records will show up.  A perpetrator who has never been caught would have no CORI record. 

 

Edie Lohr

Board Member

 

 

Host Schedule and Bed Transfer Process

 

Host Schedule

Guests arrive between 6:00- 6:30 M-F and 5:00-5:30 Sat & Sun

Dinner between 6:30-7:00 PM

Monday through Friday AM Pick up is at 6:00

Saturday AM pick up is at 8:30

Sunday AM pick up is at 7:30

 

Sunday Bed Transfer Schedule

Guests/overnight volunteers to deflate and pack up bed they slept in. Pillows to be packed in large plastic bags – should be able to fit 3 to a bag.

 

Coordinators – please make sure your Sunday AM volunteers know to collect and have the following  ready for the driver:

All Beds,Pillows, Host  Log, First Aid Kit, medication boxes, and any other items that were delivered to you the previous Sunday.

Van driver will pick up Guests and all bedding, etc at 7:30AM

Van driver will deliver Beds, etc to next congregation between 8 and 8:30AM –  please have volunteers on site to receive.  

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