Health and Safety Standards
- Retreat Alumni can continue to #StayConnected with their peers and support groups through our new virtual Alumni Meetings. Individuals interested can directly contact Joi Honer at email@example.com.
- All admissions are pre-screened through a tele-health assessment. Our dedicated team of physicians administers this assessment prior to a patient entering any of our facilities.
- In a proactive effort, all outpatient services are conducted via telehealth.
- With the cancellation of all on-site trainings, workshops and events we are creating online webinars and events to continue supporting our communities during this time.
- Currently all non-direct care staff will be working from home indefinitely until determined to be safe to come back to work.
- All direct care providers will be screened prior to entering our building, every day, to ensure they are not presenting with any potential symptoms.
- We have provided additional alcohol based hand sanitizer, which will be more readily available at key locations throughout each location.
- Staff have been asked to thoroughly clean all of their areas, meticulously.
- Our cleaning team will do a deep cleanse to all of our buildings and continue this level of cleaning throughout the duration.
- All events, on-site and off-site have been canceled for the time being, which will be re-assessed on a daily basis.
- All staff travel has been canceled for now and continually reevaluated on a day to day basis.
Minority Mental Health Panel: Retreat Behavioral Health
Retreat at South Connecticut’s Executive Director discusses the role of anxiety over the Coronavirus and how to protect your immune system.
Coronavirus Discussion, Dealing with Anxiety: Retreat Behavioral Health
In Philadelphia, one of Retreat’s counselors speaks to the importance of keeping calm during the Coronavirus threat.
Talking About The Coronavirus: Retreat Behavioral Health
At our Lancaster County facility, our Director of Clinical Services discussed similar sentiments about keeping calm to reduce anxiety.
Coronavirus Anxiety Leads to Additional Health Concerns: Retreat Behavioral Health
Retreat staff spoke to WPBF 25 in Palm Beach as an additional voice on this impending pandemic.