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It’s important to know the differences in the resources available and when to contact each one. For more information on #COVID_19 please visit ldh.la.gov/Coronavirus
*New Text Alert System Implemented by Parish President Gordon Dove Parish President Gordon Dove announced on Thursday, March 26, 2020, the Parish is launching a new text alert system for residents to receive the latest coronavirus news. Terrebonne Parish residents can text TPCOVID to 888-777 to sign up. Dove said anyone who signs up will receive alerts about news, updates, public health tips and alerts on services. ... See more
From the Office of Parish President Gordon Dove: Due to the amount of information on the daily briefing, we will only list new information on the Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Facebook page. For a full daily update that includes all previous information posted in daily updates, please go to www.tohsep.com/news/covid19. Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government Coronavirus Daily Update for March 26, 2020 (all new information is marked with an asterisk * and bolded) *Number of Coronavirus Cases in Terrebonne Parish: 21 (Increase of 6 from March 25, 2020) *New Text Alert System Implemented by Parish President Gordon Dove Parish President Gordon Dove announced on Thursday, March 26, 2020, the Parish is launching a new text alert system for residents to receive the latest coronavirus news. Terrebonne Parish residents can text TPCOVID to 888-777 to sign up. Dove said anyone who signs up will receive alerts about news, updates, public health tips and alerts on services. “This will provide residents with a trusted source of information. It will provide up-to-date information on a timely basis using a simple text message sent to your phone,” said Dove. The text alert system was added to the Parish’s Terrebonne Alert system that is currently used to send residents emergency and weather information. “We don’t intend to bombard you with information all day long. Most days we will only push one or two notifications to your phone,” said Dove *Terrebonne United Churches Food Bank Information The Terrebonne Churches United Food Bank in Houma is open and distributing food to those in need. The food bank is open from 8:30AM to Noon on Monday and Saturday and from 12:30PM to 4PM on Wednesday. Service to the homeless is provided on Thursdays from 8:30AM to Noon. The TCU Food Bank office hours are from 8AM to 3PM, Monday thru Friday. For more information or assistance, please call the TCU Food Bank at 985-851-5523 or visit their website at www.tcufoodbank.org. Effective Saturday March 28, the TCU Foodbank will begin a Drive By food pick up program. This will be the primary method we will use to distribute food due to the CORVID-19 Emergency. Here is how the Plan will work. One hour before our normal distribution times, those in need may line up in their vehicles on Commerce Street entering from Lafayette. Vehicles will need to line up on the extreme right side of Commerce street. We ask that vehicles pull all the way up to the stop sign at intersection of Church Street and Commerce street. Once the process begins, a screener will approach your vehicle and ask you a few questions though your driver side window. Once the brief screening process is complete you will be asked to pull around to Magnolia street to a section clearly marked in front of the Foodbank. Once in that section, you will simply have to unlatch your trunk, and someone will load the food items in your trunk and close it. Then you will safely reenter Magnolia street and exit on Lafayette Street. You will not exit your car at any time though this process. There will be signs providing directions all along the route. ... See more
Stay around the house, and play in your own yard. *Fall in love with reading! Books have adventures on the pages! *Video games are cool too. *Facetime your friends! *Sidewalk chalk is fun if you tape off shapes and color them in! *Puzzles are great! *Help mom out with some chores. *Board games can be fun too! ... See more
*****UPDATE***** . WOW!! We are getting some really cool ideas from kids! Keep posting pics of your ideas for staying busy during this "stay home order." . K9 Jace told us that he's concerned that he's seeing kids hanging out in packs (K9 word for groups) in some neighborhoods, running the risk of being exposed to the COVID-19 virus. The kids are out of school and like K9 Jace, kids love to hang out with their friends. . He says since he and the other K9s love our kids so much, they want to see them remain healthy as we get through this time. . K9 Jace recommends the following: *Stay around the house, and play in your own yard. *Fall in love with reading! Books have adventures on the pages! *Video games are cool too. *Facetime your friends! *Sidewalk chalk is fun if you tape off shapes and color them in! *Puzzles are great! *Help mom out with some chores. *Board games can be fun too! . K9 Jace encouraged kids to continue social distancing for a little longer. . "Just remember, this will help us get past this soon. It's just temporary so find ways to have fun around your house. Post some pics of what fun ideas you have come up with so other kids can see!" ... See more
Don't forget to take care of your mental health along with your physical health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Call the Keep Calm Through COVID hotline at 1-866-310-7977 at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All calls are confidential. ... See more
This website has a list of school meal sites, child care providers, child care assistance programs and much more...
The Louisiana Department of Education continues to closely monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. Please visit our website for the information about COVID-19, as well as resources for educators and families. All resources, including FAQs, will be continually updated: https://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/covid-19 ... See more
Great free resources for families: https://www.lpb.org/education/home/at-home-learning
In an effort to ensure limited disruption to Louisiana students' education due to public school closures, Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) in partnership ...
Ms. Stephanie, manager at our Bourg branch, has the perfect story for spring, "Hopsalot's Garden" by Kimberly Weinberger. Hopsalot the Rabbit is having trouble growing his garden. :/ Whatever shall he do?! #terrebonnelibrary #virtualstorytime ... See more
Sheriff Blaise Smith advises the public that the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Website has been updated with a page for COVID-19 information
Sheriff Blaise Smith advises the public that our COVID-19 page has been updated with the following information: . -3/24/20 Parish President Press Release Update -COVID-19 Mental Health Hotline Information -Morgan City statement on Closures/openings -Berwick notice of closures . We are getting calls and questions regarding topics that are covered on the information page. Please make sure you read it carefully to see if there is a link to a resource that can help you understand issues relating to your question. . We will continue to add information and update our page as new information is available. . Please continue to follow the simple plan for washing hands and disinfecting surfaces, maintain social distance, etc. . Sheriff Smith reminds the public that this is temporary! We are all in this together and we will see it through together! Take care of yourself and your family. . Click on this link to go straight to our COVID-19 information page: https://www.stmaryso.com/upages.php?id=24 ... See more
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