We are incredibly thankful to report that our Juniper Village at Cape Coral staff, residents, families, and dogs all made it safely through the storm.
If you have been following these posts, you know that our Cape Coral family was sheltered at the East Lee High School special needs shelter. They have been gracious hosts to our Juniper family and we are thankful for their support.
And now for the recovery process. This morning we will be attempting to get our environmental services team on-site at our Cape Coral community to assess the damage. We are able to get vehicles out on the road, the challenge will be reaching the community. Also we will need to allow public service teams and emergency personnel to survey damage and begin clean-up of infrastructure.
At this time, our hope is that our Cape Coral building will have successfully weathered the storm and we have received some reports to that effect. If that is indeed the case, we will be able to begin returning our residents to the community either later today or tomorrow. We will let you know as soon as we have the go-ahead from required personnel. Until then we will continue to provide care, support, and supplies while at the shelter.
As soon as the roads and airports open, Juniper “B” teams will be coming to relieve the team who has stayed for the long ordeal and has been on-site since last week Wednesday. We will continue to update you regularly. Please continue to send your thoughts and prayers throughout the coming days!