Barn Life Recovery’s top priority is the health and safety
of our patients, their families, and our employees.
We’re committed to putting you first and in the center of all we do
Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis continues to unfold, Barn Life Recovery remains committed to providing the quality, comprehensive treatment we’re known for. Accordingly, we are offering on-site programming as well as HIPAA-compliant telehealth curriculum. Mental health is as important as ever and the strain the pandemic is placing on the population we serve is evident in our increased enrollment. Our top priority is the health and safety of our residents, their families, and our employees.
In addition to our traditional on-site treatment, Barn Life Recovery offers telehealth therapy. Besides the convenience of doctor visits without a commute, sometimes it’s essential to provide care remotely to keep everyone safe and healthy. We’re here to help patients and families make the transition to virtual healthcare. Call and speak with Lacy (last name) or Alyssa Panis to receive Guest Access to VirtualBarn, our Telehealth curriculum
For those who opt to receive treatment on-site, Barn Life Recovery continues to operate under our infectious disease protocols. Furthermore, in consideration of the potential risks associated with coronavirus, we have adopted additional protocols for the health and safety of our guests, their families, and our employees:
At this time, we are currently suspending family visits.
Those seeking admission will undergo screening with questions concerning their current health, recent travel, and recent interactions with others who have traveled.
If a potential admission is approved to be assessed, our admissions director will repeat the screening questions before admissions and request a doctor’s note if being released from a treatment facility.
Potential admissions who answer yes to any questions or fail to meet medical criteria will be denied admission.
First, we are instructing patients and staff to practice aggressive hand washing. Additionally, we ask that they avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth areas and practice respiratory hygiene.
Finally, we are asking staff who are experiencing any compromise of health to stay home.
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