Tracking Hurricane Nicole
Until further notice, as we work to assess damage and safety, Embrace Families buildings will remain closed to staff and visitors for all but essential business.Â During this time,Â our team members will continue to work remotely to fulfill priority and time-sensitive obligations.Â Thank you for your understanding and we hope you are safe and dry.
As Tropical Storm Nicole approaches, and local school systems announce closures, our buildings will close to staff and visitors.Â Except for essential functions, access to the buildings will be closed â€“Â beginning Wednesday, November 9th. We will announce plans for building reopening post-storm, after assessing any damage or safety issues.Â During this time, while power and internet remains available, our team members will continue to work remotely to fulfill priority and time-sensitive obligations.Â
Embrace Families is monitoring the projected track of Subtropical Storm Nicole.Â Â As a reminder to our youth, families and caregivers,Â if the storm passes through, expect to receive text, phone and email alerts from us through the Embrace Families emergency response system (ERS). Â Please reply to these messages when prompted. This will help us ensure that everyone in your home is safe and accounted for.
In counties where the school system closes during a storm, Embrace Familiesâ€™ buildings in that county will also close to staff and visitors. While we await the arrival of the storm, and power/internet remains available, our team members will continue to work remotely to fulfill priority and time-sensitive obligations.
We will provide additional information and updates as they become available.Â In the meantime, please stay safe and stay in touch.