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Our “COVID” Business Hours

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We know these times can be stressful and confusing. So many changes, who’s open, who’s closed, if open, how can they help, and so forth. Here at RFENC we are open and here to help, this is how:

Q: Can I come into the office and talk with someone face-to-face?
A: Right now, our physical office doors are locked, but we ARE working and can meet with you virtually via Zoom for face-to-face consultations. All of our staff are also available by phone and email.

Q: What hours are you open and available to help me?
A: Our Parent Consultants and Program staff work varied hours, but always strive to get in touch with you as soon as possible, that can be within the hour or within 48 hours. Just fill out this form and help is on the way. You can also call us for help.

Q: What kind of help can you offer?
A: We provide a wide range of help. We have Parent Consultants that can help you with special education questions, help getting connected to respite services, and resources on just about any topic you can think of. Browse around our website for more information about how RFENC can help you. 

Q: What are your hours during the Christmas holidays?
A: As usual our doors (and phones) are closed for an extended time period during the Christmas season. This year we’re closed from Dec 24 and reopening on Jan 4.

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