At Jackson House Addiction Treatment & Recovery Centers we are taking extra precautions to keep our clients and staff safe from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Our clients' health and well-being is our top priority, so it is important to us that they feel safe in our care.
We are using TruClean at our facilities to help keep surfaces free of contamination. TruClean creates a coating that covers every surface in our facility, and it is continuously working even after it dries. This treatment is safe and non-toxic and helps provide protection to our facility between routine cleanings. To learn more about this cleaning treatment, please visit TruClean's website.
Other measures we are taking to help protect our clients and staff from COVID-19:
Fully vaccinated visitors must show proof of vaccination prior to entrance. This can be a card, screenshot, or saved picture.
Unvaccinated visitors must show proof of a negative COVID test within 72 hrs of their visit.
Visitation takes place on the patio. Masks must be worn outside by visitors no matter their status, vaccinated or not.
Maintaining proper social distancing with all activities
Requiring face coverings for anyone who enters or resides in the facility when in public spaces
Regular health screenings for clients and staff by our nursing staff and physicians
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