With the news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are proactively taking steps to ensure all of us stay healthy! In this time of need, we are here for you. Our staff are available to provide in-person and telehealth services (phone and video) so call us today at 877.779.2470.
We're excited that we'll be providing our full array of in-person services again starting on May 18th. Please review our protocols prior to coming to our campuses, as this will help us all stay healthy and safe.
Telehealth is where we can provide services to you, over the phone or through online meeting programs, that are similar to the ones you would receive when you come to our locations. The great thing is you can be in the comfort of your home, and telehealth helps keep us connected and helps to minimize the spread of COVID-19. We use Zoom to host the online meetings.
We have developed protocols to help keep our employees and participants safe and healthy through this time. Our protocols, based on state and federal guidance, focus on self-care of our employees, meetings and trainings, our front offices, and individual, group, and field services. As recommendations come out from the Arizona Department of Health and the U.S. Center for Disease Control, we will adapt our protocols to continually reflect the recommendations.
The health and safety of our employees and participants is our number one priority!
Our Campuses: We have increased sanitization protocols at each of our campuses. Each campus is stocked with disinfectant cleaner and hand sanitizer.
Our Employees: Each employee will have a symptom and/or temperature check prior to beginning their work day. Our employees have the option to wear a mask if they would prefer.
Our Participants: Each participant will have a symptom and/or temperature check prior to starting their first service on the campus. We encourage our participants to bring in their own masks if they would like to wear one. A limited supply of masks will be available if our participants do not have their own and would prefer to wear one during their services. If you have any symptoms or have a temperature of 100.0 or higher, we will work with you to offer telehealth options or reschedule for when you no longer have symptoms.