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Thank you

Thank You for all you do each and every day, it is greatly appreciated!!!

We celebrate all of you this quarter for Employee of the Month!

THANK YOU!! Click here! 👈

Guidelines for Community Safety to Prevent COVID 19

It is important to us that we take all necessary steps to reduce risk of exposure. There are ways that we can minimize risk while being in the community. We have provided these guidelines on our website and as a recorded training as well for you to review.

The video link below provides Guidelines for Community Safety to Prevent Exposure to COVID-19.
Guidelines for Community Safety to Prevent Exposure to COVID-19

The link below provides Guidelines for Community Safety to Prevent Exposure to COVID-19 in English:.
Guidelines for Community Safety to Prevent Exposure to COVID-19 in English

Estas pautas tambiin se pueden encontrar en espanol.
>Guia Para la Seguridad Comunitaria Para Prevenir la Exposicion al COVID-19


Message from the Chief Executive Officer

As an organization we are committed to fostering a space of inclusion and support. Together we stand in solidarity with our employees, the individuals we serve and their families. As an organization we are concerned with the lives of the individuals we support and we can only do so in as society in which there is equal justice for all. We support all those speaking out against racism and injustice.


In these trying times, it is increasingly clear what it means to be an "essential worker". CFS staff continue to demonstrate their dedication to the individuals and families who depend on us.

This was true during Hurricane Sandy when a staff member bicycled across Brooklyn to relieve a coworker, or when a manager cooked meal after meal in her own kitchen and then delivered food to residences or when a Comm Hab worker brought needed supplies to a person living on her own.
The days ahead will present different challenges. To all the DSPs, Supervisors, senior leadership teams and support personnel I say THANK YOU!

I know you all have questions and concerns. We will try to reply to them as best we can. Things are changing so rapidly that what we tell you today may be different tomorrow.

Please go to the coronavirus section on our web page to get the latest information.

By clicking on the link below, it will take you to a page on our website that will provide you with the latest information.

We encourage you to check our webpage often as the page will be regularly updated.

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Guidance Regarding Proper Handwashing/Cleaning and Disinfecting

The video link below demonstrates how to properly wash your hands.

CDC guidance on proper handwashing

The link below provides CDC guidance on how to clean and disinfect.

CDC guidance on how to clean and disinfect

El siguiente enlace proporciona orientacion de los CDC sobre como limpiar y desinfectar.

Orientacion de los CDC sobre como limpiar y desinfectar


We have created a web page with the intention of answering some Frequently Asked Questions regarding COVID-19 , vacation time, reduced work schedules and health benefits asked by many of you.

We urge you to visit it often, as we will continue to update the page with more questions/answers as we continue to receive them.

Guidance Regarding the use of masks

Guidance regarding the use of masks in public has changed. Although we have struggled to obtain needed supplies, we recently received a shipment of masks and gloves. We are expecting an additional 3,500 masks to arrive in the next few days. We are in the process of distributing these masks to our employees. The video link below demonstrates how to properly wear a mask and store it between uses.
Notify your supervisor if you have not yet received a mask

CDC Strategies for Optimizing Surgical and N95 Mask Supply and Use -

Many Great Events Taking Place at CFS

We have many great events taking place throughout CFS. If you wish to learn more or join us, click on the link below. All are welcome...

Calendar of Events on CFS webpage

Access Pay Stubs Online - via our Website!!
As of January 1, 2018, CFS will no longer be sending you a copy of your actual hours worked each day of each pay week. We are not obligated to provide this information and the overall information regarding your hours is on your actual pay stubs.

As a reminder, you can access your pay stubs on line by going to the CFS home page.

Look for the "P" icon {This will bring you to the Paychex home page.}
For New York Employees, the company code ID is 0402 J593
For New Jersey Employees, the company code ID is 0402 F537

Your user ID is your initial of your first name and your last name, all lower case {Example: slax}

Your password is your first letter of your first name and first letter of your last name in CAPS, and the last 4 digits of your social security number {Example: SL1234}

Once you log in, you will be asked to change your password.

After you have logged in, you will be in the home page of paychex. On the upper left hand side, you will see the word PAYROLL. Click on payroll. Then click on check history. Pick the payroll week you want to view and click on that. You should then see a copy of the check stub. From this page, you will be able to print a copy of your check stub.

If you have any trouble logging in, please contact my office.
Thank you

$250.00 Referral Bonus
Reminder  we have a $250 referral bonus. Click here to access our intranet and see our current vacancies so that you can refer friends.

Making a Difference
Thank you to our DSP's, to their supervisors and all members of our organization (including support staff in our Payroll, HR, Finance, IT and Admin teams) who are committed to helping individuals with disabilities.

We can't thank you enough! Please click here👈

Coping With Stress During the Covid 19 Out Break
We know that the COVID-19 has really impacted the way we do things that we have taken for granted. It has affected how we are doing business, how we are dealing with our families and friends. Our regular daily activities have changed based on social distancing. We have to remember not only to stay healthy physically but stay healthy mentally.

We appreciate all the work that everyone is doing, and all the support that you are providing for our individuals, but we want you to take care of yourselves as well. If symptoms of stress become overwhelming for you, there are resources in both NJ and NY where you can connect with trained counselors.

For NYC Well staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can provide brief counseling and referrals to care in over 200 languages.
For support, call 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355), text " WELL" to 65173 or chat online..

You can also visit nyc.gov/ny.cwell and click on their App Library to find apps and online tools to help you manage your health and emotional well-being from home.

For employees in New Jersey, who are also feeling stressed, anxious or depressed due to COVID-19 can call 877-294-HELP (4357) for emotional support, guidance, and mental health referrals as needed. Live assistance from trained professionals is available from 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. The website is https://www.nymentalhealthcares.org/.

Stay Informed
Use credible sources of information about the disease outbreak to stay up to date on what is happening, understand the risks and know how to best protect yourself. Avoid sharing unconfirmed news or acting on rumors, as this adds to misinformation, fear and panic.

For information about COVID-19.





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