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Dear HOPE members,

HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response (HOPE AACR) goal is for members to continue to deploy and do in-person visits safely and effectively despite the pandemic. HOPE AACR strongly recommends volunteers to be completely vaccinated against COVID-19, wearing a mask, and social distancing, based upon the most rigorous protocols/requirements determined by:

  • State Regulations,
  • The CDC transmissibility level,
  • The requests and rules of the deploying agency and
  • The rules of the venue.

As of June 12, 2022, we rescinded our COVID-19 vaccination policy and FAQs.

HOPE AACR will utilize the In-Person Health Screening, twenty-four hours prior to, and each day thereafter that they are participating in, the in-person activities to safeguard our volunteers and those persons with whom we interact. The screening document will be placed on the “For Members” portion of the HOPE AACR website.

Volunteers participating in-person activities are required to comply with the deploying agency and/or venues rules and regulations regarding COVID-19, including the wearing of masks.

In-Person Activity is defined as, but is not limited to: Deployments, Drills, Events, Symposiums, Training, Screenings and Workshops in which you will interact with other persons.

Questions about vaccinations or mask requirements for an upcoming in-person activity, should be directed to your Regional Manager.

In Person Activity Screening

In Person Activity Protocols

Keena Jones
HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response

VISION:  HOPE is dedicated to deploying, upon request, certified working canine teams trained to provide support to every person affected by stress and trauma in order to live a healthier, more balanced life.

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