During a time of change and insecurity, there are necessary aspects of society that must remain operational to provide vital services for those in need, as well as for the greater good.
Addiction (substance use disorder) is a primary, chronic, and potentially fatal disease that requires specialized treatment provided by licensed treatment professionals and practitioners. During a time of increased social isolation and distancing due to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), those suffering from active addiction are even more at risk.
At Covenant Hills Treatment, we believe it is our duty to continue to serve our current clients and anyone who may need help in the near future. We will accomplish this both in person at our residential and outpatient treatment centers and online through virtual meetings and treatment. To do this, our facilities will remain open with reinforced vigilance in the following areas:
Staying Informed and Proactive
At Covenant Hills, we believe our first defense is information. With this in mind, our team is regularly monitoring the information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) for the most current information on mitigation, prevention, and control of COVID-19. We are committed to staying proactive in acting according to regulations and guidance from federal, state, and local health agencies.
Infection Prevention Measures
We are actively encouraging strict isolation guidelines for our staff and keeping any visitors away from the residential areas. As well, we are continuing to abide by the highest possible standards in sanitization of all public and private areas.
Addiction treatment plays a vital role in maintaining the health and safety of individuals, as well as society on the whole. We take this very seriously, and we feel a profound responsibility to continue offering a lifeline for some of the most vulnerable in our families, homes, and communities.
Please contact us for more information on our COVID-19 response or if you need help for yourself or a loved one.
Vice President, Covenant Hills Treatment