The Department of Family and Social Policy, led by María José de Maya, has reported that starting next Wednesday, May 20, they will return to provide in-person care from the two UTS of the Cehegin City Council, to attend to emergencies arising from the social crisis caused by COVID-19.
It will be on Monday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m.In this way, we complement the telematic attention of the Social Services carried out since the beginning of the State of Alama with the physical reopening of the two UTS to cover the most urgent needs that require face-to-face attention.In this reopening phase, the Social Services will have two Social Workers in person on Mondays and Wednesdays, in addition to a third Social Workers who have had their working hours extended in order to be able to continue providing telematic attention.The attention will be made by appointment, in the following media:By telephone, calling 968-740 400 ext 270 or through the following email: email@example.comThe return to face-to-face care will be done under the security measures necessary to avoid new infections, all people must come with a mask and gloves, the distance measures marked in the facilities will be kept and no more than one person can access.
If necessary for support, it must be communicated in the appointment request.
In addition, each of the offices has been equipped with partitions for this purpose as well as hydroalcoholic gel."We are aware, explained the mayor, of the high demand for requests but for this reason we ask that consultations be made by appointment in order to comply with security measures, and that the new measures are respected, please, we only want to help but at the same time we must all be responsible ”"The Social Services have been able to attend to users telematically, something that has been achieved thanks to their magnificent professionals and now it is time to resume face-to-face activity to give the best response to the social crisis derived from this pandemic"
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cehegín