Built on a foundation of best practices, our immigrant and disaster response shelter operations deliver compassionate care with on-demand operational certainty. CHSi’s infrastructure ensures a rapid response that is robust, flexible, and comprehensive.
Our approach is sensitive to cultural beliefs and practices, incorporating an experienced awareness of special needs populations.
CHSi employs a proven integrated services delivery model. In addition to management, oversight, and coordination of services, our shelter operations capabilities include:
Initial intake, medical screening, triage, and clearance or referral as needed
Onsite clinic/aid station and triage operations
Clinical and case management
Mental health assessments, interventions, and group and individual counseling
Food services and public health management and disease prevention
Assistance with daily living activities
Logistics and supply chain management
Pharmacy – controlled, non-controlled, and over the counter medication supply and dispensing management
Emergent and non-emergent transportation
Logistics and procurement
Disaster Response Shelter Services
In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, FEMA required a rapid response for 24/7 medical coverage at shelters housing displaced individuals, families, and children. CHSi delivered medical operations at temporary shelters for those in crisis, within 10 days.
Immigrant Shelter Services
CHSi was awarded a contract by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for rapid ramp-up of a large temporary shelter. Over a 6 week-period, CHSi recruited, vetted, hired, and on-boarded a professional team from the local community to provide medical care and daily living services for a 24/7 operation.
We are extremely proud of the work we do every day to help make these children’s lives better, by providing a safe place, compassionate care, and opportunities for a better future