Everything You Need to Know About Our Re-Opening During COVID-19
The recovery community has taken a hard hit during the global pandemic. Many in need of addiction treatment are further limited in getting help due to COVID-19. We are dedicated to providing safe addiction treatment to everyone who walks through the doors of Golden Peak Recovery. We understand the importance of stopping the spread of COVID-19.
We Adhere to the Latest CDC COVID-19 Recommendations
Now that social distancing measures are easing, we’re happy to announce Golden Peak Recovery reopened on the 22nd of July. Some may be apprehensive about returning to our facility. We understand. The safety of our clients is of utmost importance. We’ve implemented all protocols and policies recommended by the CDC. We are keeping abreast of all COVID-19 developments and implementing additional safety measures when necessary.
Our Staff Is Trained in New COVID-19 Safety Procedures
We are committed to sanitization and employee awareness. Our staff must pass a sanitization competency quiz to ensure protocols are being followed correctly.
We offer the full continuum of addiction treatment including detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation, partial hospitalization programs, and intensive outpatient care. We have placed signage around our facility reminding both staff and clients to adhere to proper hand-washing procedure and to sanitize regularly. We encourage the use of masks during your stay.
Every person admitted into Golden Peak Recovery are screened for COVID-19 upon admittance.
Key Changes Made Across Golden Peak Recovery
Here’s how we’re in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and the Joint Commission’s latest safety polices:
- The dissemination of sanitary products throughout the facility; including antibacterial soap, hand sanitizers, disinfectants, and antimicrobial wipes
- Increased frequency in routine cleaning––especially in high traffic areas
- Increases assessment and screening for coronavirus prior to intake
- Encouraging the use of face masks and proper handwashing through the use of extra signage
- Requiring all staff to complete hygiene competency quiz
- Making it mandatory for employees with acute respiratory symptoms to stay home until their fever subsides
- Employees must inform human resources if they intend to travel out of the country
- Golden Peak is working with local health officials to ensure we’re in full compliance with updated guidelines
If you have any questions or concerns, don’t be afraid to contact us. We are committed to providing high-quality care and keeping clients safe during the ongoing pandemic and beyond.