A message from our CEO,
We wanted to take a moment to reach out and address the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. We want all of our friends, family, associates, service recipients, and future service recipients to know we are taking this very seriously. We are monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our area and working very closely with our Medical Director to ensure we are prepared.
A word from Dr. Andrew Daigle,
“Management of our policy and procedure is provided in the context of the global COVID 19 pandemic. Institutional protocols, algorithms, and guidelines that pertain to residential care in an addiction recovery program are in a state of rapid change based on information released by multiple regulatory and advisory bodies including the CDC and federal, state, and local organizations.
All efforts are done to provide individualized safe care based on balancing the risk of COVID 19 versus the risk of worsening consequences of addiction in light of the individual’s underlying conditions.”
Andrew Daigle, MD
We are confident the S2L facility is a very safe place to be throughout this trying time. As a healthcare facility, we have policies and procedures in place to address any issues that might arise.
Here are some important resources that can answer any questions you may have on COVID-19, the response to it, and what you should do.
Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 Information Page
US Department of Education Addresses the Virus In Schools
Infectious Disease Society of America’s COVID-19 Resource Center
Centers for Disease Control: Get Your Community- and Faith-Based Organizations Ready for Coronavirus Disease 2019
Please join us in holding fast to the promises of Christ:
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.”
Pastor Adam Comer
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