*updated as of 3/31/2020
“Prescott House is open during this sensitive time. Screening and prevention measures have been implemented to adhere to CDC guidelines. There are no reported cases of COVID-19 at our facility. Proactively tracking this status, our team is aware of the serious nature of this virus.” – Prescott House Medical Staff
COVID-19 and Communicable Diseases
Awareness regarding COVID-19 along with all communicable diseases continues to be important to the procedures and training at Prescott House. Our nationally recognized treatment program is committed to the health and wellness of clients, staff, families, and communities. Quality care remains a top priority during this time of recovery and responsibility of our services.
We are closely monitoring the health of all clients and staff. There are no reported cases of COVID-19 at our facility. Proactively tracking this status, our team is aware of the serious nature of this virus.
Proactive Procedures Include:
- Pre-admission Flu Symptom and Travel History Screening
- Sanitation & Prevention Protocol Training
- Arizona Department of Health Services Communication
- Yavapai County Community Health Services Communication
- Connecting Clients to Family through Phone Calls
As a residential facility, access to Medical Room Staff is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Multiple staff members conduct room checks, disinfection routines, and campus/community observations throughout the day. Our medical team is closely following the guidelines set forth by the CDC to further develop systematic procedures.
Helpful CDC COVID-19 Links and Information:
HOW IT SPREADS
ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING AND DISINFECTION GUIDELINES
STEPS TO PREVENT ILLNESS
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE SICK
Experience and Trust
Since 1988, Prescott House has been a leader in substance abuse and mental health therapy. Creating solutions to all life issues during the recovery process is demonstrated through our experience. The dedication to these services continues as we emphasize the importance and firm belief in healthy recovery of the mind, body, and soul.
H. Dayton Turberville, MEd, LISAC, CSAT, CMAT