With the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in mid-March 2020, we tried to follow the Governor's Stay-at-Home Order by closing our Center and started working from home. However, due to the need for critical information and direct assistance of the Limited English Proficient refugees and immigrants, some of us had to take turn to go to the office to help as much as possible. In early June, with the guidance and support of our partners in mission, specially from the Market Square Presbyterian Church, Dauphin County Mental Health-Intellectual Disability, United Way of the Capital Region, Central PA Food Bank, and the PA Refugee Resettlement Program, we cautiously re-activated our Social Services Program, while adhering to the strictest CDC pandemic safety protocols. Since September, with the recruitment and training of committed interns and trainees to support our streamlined staff, we have been able to restore the curtailed operation of all our programs for an increasingly unsettled client population. While hoping and praying for the best, we always tried to prepare for the worst.