Learn more about what we're doing to limit the spread of coronavirus as we continue to treat the disease of addiction.
Is Summit Recovery still planning to open?
Yes, we are still on target to treat those with alcohol and/or substance use disorders.
How will you ensure clients in treatment are kept safe?
Summit Recovery is committed to prioritizing the safety and well-being of our clients and staff. Due to the current Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), Summit Recovery is following guidelines and precautionary measures recommended and mandated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Federal and State Government, and guidance of the local Health Department.
We have developed policies, procedures, and protocols to keep clients and staff as safe as possible including admission criteria requiring clients to have a negative COVID test prior to admission.
Safety precautions include social distancing, daily temperature checks, face covers required, and clear guidance on what PPE (protective patient equipment) is to be worn by staff given specific circumstances.
Summit Recovery will follow CDC guidelines on cleaning and disinfecting the facility.
Summit Recovery has a policy for when to quarantine clients dependent on exposure risk and symptoms.
What is the procedure for someone who is or becomes symptomatic?
If a client presents symptoms, they will be quarantined on-site until we have test results.
If the test result is positive for COVID-19:
The client will continue to be quarantined; the amount of time in quarantine will be determined by the local Health Department and the agency will adhere to their guidelines.
Summit Recovery will adhere to local Health Department guidelines in regards to clients and staff who have been in close contact with the client.
Is protective equipment (gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, wipes) available at the facility should I decide to seek treatment?
All gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, and wipes will be provided by Summit Recovery.