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Proud to be playing a leading role for over 60 years.

We seek to provide effective, efficient and responsive service to the persons we support.

Our Vision

We envision a thriving community that offers meaningful work, full community inclusion and one that advances citizenship. We will be a diverse agency where friendships are formed, where persons served have a high quality of life and are looking forward to tomorrow. Those we serve will remain as the heart and anchor of our organization.

SCACL's response to COVID-19

SCACL Safety Plan – SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 (Update #8)

SCACL maintains a Communicable Disease Safety Plan, which impacts stakeholders, as the plan states: all visitors may not enter a SCACL facility when showing signs of a communicable illness and must get tested if showing signs of Covid 19.

Mask Mandate

Masks are once again mandated in public settings as per public health order below.



Current SCACL Protocols

Staff Supported Home Settings:

Masks are not mandatory indoors at residential worksites for vaccinated staff and residents, but are recommended. Masks are required in all public settings as per public health order and at SCACL public programs. Masks are required while driving in a vehicle with persons served.

Masks are required for all visitors and contractors while in common areas of the facility.

Visitors can remove a mask while in the private room of a resident, and are socially distanced from others.


Mermaid Facility

Masks are required indoors as we have “public” attend and our doors are open.

Masks are required in all public settings as per the health order above. Masks are required while driving in a vehicle with persons served

Masks can be removed when eating or with adequate social distance, such as at work in a private office or when outside or with adequate social distancing.


Vaccine Passports

SCACL will be supporting residents to receive their vaccine passport


Residential Options

Supported Employment


Day Services

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