Washington County Commissioners will hold a special meeting tomorrow (Friday) to consider an invoice for Faith Mission’s services provided during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
The court will act upon an invoice payable to Faith Mission Community Services related to its operation of the Washington County Disaster Service Center in 2020, including the oversight and management of over 100 volunteers.
The invoice lists aid provided by the organization such as providing medical services and information, emergency purchasing and delivery of food, assistance with payment of utility bills and rent, assistance with claims for services, reassurance calls, education meetings, help with completion of claim documents, and internet registration assistance.
Operations included weekend and evening services, computer systems, software development, information retention and tracking systems, office space and all related services.
The total for the invoice is $190,912, representing 5,091 hours provided by Faith Mission and Disaster Service Center staff in 2020. The invoice will be submitted by the county to FEMA for reimbursement as a COVID-19 disaster expense.
Commissioners will meet tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Washington County Courthouse.