The Parkdale Center
Our COVID 19 Policy
We would like to personally reach out to each of you as news of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, and confirmed cases are reportedly increasing. In uncertain times such as this, those struggling with addiction may struggle even more than before. In standing with our mission and vision, we are evolving our program to ensure we can continue to provide critical drug and alcohol addiction treatment to professionals safely, throughout our country. We at Parkdale take the safety and care of our employees, colleagues, and patients very seriously and have made the following adjustments to keep everyone as healthy as possible, even in the midst of this global pandemic.
As individuals have become increasingly hesitant to travel, Parkdale has proactively transitioned our care model and increased services, which will enable us to continue to provide care and support remotely throughout the country. Through the use of privacy-compliant cutting-edge technologies, we have increased access to our remote telemedicine/teleconferencing programs. More specifically, Parkdale is able to provide fully integrated and therapeutic group, individual, and support treatment programs remotely and from the safety and comfort of your homes. As with our in-center programs, our remote access programs are completely confidential and adhere to all federal privacy and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements.
For our employees and patients residing physically at Parkdale, we continue to remain aggressively proactive in minimizing exposure while attempting to reduce the likelihood of contamination. In accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), we are cleaning our spaces thoroughly and frequently with products designed to eradicate the COVID-19 virus. All of our employees have been instructed to follow the CDC’s best practice recommendations, including frequent handwashing for at least 20 seconds and reporting early signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
We remain as committed as ever to treating professionals struggling with addiction across the country. We will continue to closely monitor and follow the recommendations of the CDC, WHO, and local health authorities and rely heavily on our technology to treat as many people as possible from their homes. Our hearts go out to all those affected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Everyone impacted by this outbreak is in our thoughts. Additionally, our hearts continue to go out to those who are struggling with addiction. Know that we will continue to walk the journey of sobriety with any professional struggling regardless of what is going on in the world. Our advisory committee will continue to keep up with all of the latest information on this ever-evolving global health crisis, and we will continue to provide updates on what we are doing to ensure continuity of treatment.
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Your Parkdale Team