CCRi employees still believe in the importance of team-building and collaboration even when we’re all working under different roofs. A Friday night round of virtual trivia is just one of the many ways we’ve continued the special culture of CCRi. #doingittogether

How CCRi is Responding to COVID

As we continue to respond to COVID-19 as a company, the health of our employees and community remains our top priority. The work we do is critical and we are committed to keeping our operations running safely and smoothly. If you are planning a visit to CCRi, please continue below for our updated COVID-19 visitor's guide.

  • Social Distancing Guidance
    Social Distancing Guidance

    Everyone at CCRi should strive to maintain 6 feet between themself and another person. We encourage call-in remote meetings, even if all individuals are at CCRi offices. Follow additional CDC guidelines for social distancing.

  • Respiratory Etiquette Guidance
    Respiratory Etiquette Guidance

    It is critical that you do not sneeze or cough into the air. Please cover your nose and mouth with a tissue before you sneeze or cough. Dispose of the tissue right away then wash your hands. If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve, not your hands. Wash your hands after coughing or sneezing.

  • Hand Hygiene Guidance
    Hand Hygiene Guidance

    Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Wet, Lather, Scrub (for 20 seconds), Rinse and Dry your hands every time. Wash your hands when you enter a building, after you use the restroom, before you handle community items (such as in the kitchen)

  • Cloth Face Covering or Mask Policy
    Cloth Face Covering or Mask Policy

    Effective April 7th, 2020 CCRi will begin providing cloth face coverings (or masks) to individuals working from our offices. Everyone inside CCRi facilities will be required to cover your mouth and nose with a cloth mask. You may use your own (see for specifications), or use a cloth mask provided by CCRi. If you need a mask at time of arrival, please contact 434-422-0181 in advance.

  • Temperature Check Policy
    Temperature Check Policy

    Effective September 28, 2020 CCRi will require each person entering our facility to take their temperature. CCRi will provide a thermometer in the lobby of each building. Please check your temperature upon entering the building. If your temperature is 100.4 or higher, do not enter. Follow posted instructions sanitizing and using the thermometers.

CCRi: COVID-19 Visitor’s Guide

Before visiting CCRi campus or attending an on-site interview at CCRi offices, please read the following information regarding our current COVID-19 policies. If you do not meet the qualifications for visiting please reach out to your CCRi contact  so that we can discuss a timeline to safely reschedule. 


*Rescheduling on-site interviews for COVID concerns does not affect application status and will bear no weight in candidate assessment. 

Please do not come to CCRi offices…

If you are sick:  

Individuals who have symptoms of COVID-19 or acute respiratory illness are not authorized to come to CCRi at this time. 

If anyone in your home is sick:  

Individuals who have a family member that is sick need to contact us before coming to the CCRi offices. 

If you have been in a high or elevated risk situation: 

As Virginia continues to reopen, CCRi is choosing to remain in our “Phase 2” response  to COVID-19. CCRi defines a high or elevated risk situation as any circumstance where you are not able to take the precautions necessary to prevent the potential spread of coronavirus. Examples include events, gatherings, visit to a bar, nightclub, gym, restaurant, cafe, store or any location or situation where you are unable to maintain social distance, are around others who are not following risk-mitigation guidance (such as wearing face coverings) are not able to wash your hands or wear a face covering and/or are otherwise potentially exposed. If you have recently been in one of these, or similar, settings contact us to discuss alternate on-site interview arrangements.

If you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19:

Individuals who have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 are not authorized to come to CCRi at this time.