Celadon Recovery Campus is Open: COVID-19 Statement
As a reminder, Celadon is considered an essential health care facility that will remain open 24/7 during the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Our Residential Treatment Centers (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) all provide lifesaving mental health treatment a..
As leaders in the field of mental health and substance abuse treatment, we will continue to work with the community to help patients in crisis. The following is a brief summary of the exceptional measures we are taking to ensure the health and safety of our clients, staff, and the community-at-large throughout this pandemic:
A Hygienic Residential Treatment Center
The Celadon maintenance crew will provide disinfectant fogging to every residential treatment center (RTC) facility regularly using our newly purchased misting/fogging equipment. The Mist-It Disinfectant System easily decontaminates large areas quickly and thoroughly via the application of tiny spray droplets (approximately 80 microns in size) that can extend to even hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. RTC vans, which are used to transport clients to and from each respective facility, will also be disinfected via this method biweekly.
RTC homes are professionally cleaned on a daily basis as well. Staff sanitizes all high-traffic surface areas every four hours with EPA-recommended antibacterial disinfectants approved for use against emerging viral pathogens. To maintain this high level of sanitation, we continue to limit access to the program to essential staff only.
All facility staff members wear facemasks for the entire duration of their shifts. When checking vitals (or any other time that social distancing cannot be maintained due to necessity), staff wear gloves and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
We heavily emphasize the importance of handwashing in our RTCs, as frequent handwashing is the most effective step individuals can take to reduce the risk and spread of infection. Staff washes their hands immediately upon entering the RTC. Clients and staff are required to wash their hands before/after mealtimes and after using the restroom. We have placed posters around the home and in every restroom to remind employees and clients about correct handwashing techniques and other hygiene protocols.
Please contact us at 239-880-3990 if we can be of any service to you or your family during this difficult time.
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