COVID-19 Updates

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Family Solutions COVID-19 Response Plan

This plan presents basic information about COVID-19 and lists steps Family Solutions is taking to keep those we serve and our team safe.

Cascade House Operational Plan – August, 2021

Willow House Operational Plan – August, 2021

Riverbend Operational Blueprint – April, 2021

The Summit Operational Blueprint – April, 2021

Residential Communicable Disease Management Plan – August, 2021

Day Treatment Communicable Disease Management Plan – September, 2021

Update – August 11, 2020

COVID-19 is circulating in Jackson and Josephine Counties.  As testing increases, the number of cases identified may also increase. Since phases of reopening have begun, the number of confirmed cases has more than tripled and has spiked in areas within our state and across the country. Even though we are currently “knee deep” in the first wave, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, it is also possible that a second peak (or wave) of infections could also occur later this year. It appears that up to 50% of infected individuals experience no symptoms, or very mild symptoms. Asymptomatic individuals, or those with mild symptoms, may not know that they have the virus; however, they are still contagious to others. We have adopted Clean Practices (TM) and implemented them in our daily routines in order to help prevent the transmission of the virus.

Prevention and Limiting Exposure to Others

Behavior – How to Stay Healthy

  • Maintain physical distancing outside of work, regardless of the situation.
  • Avoid public places with groups larger than 10 people.
  • Keep the number of non-essential trips to a minimum.
  • Wash hands repeatedly throughout the day for the time it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” or wear disposable gloves and wash your hands thoroughly (for at least 20 seconds) immediately upon returning home.
  • If hand washing cannot be performed under certain situations, liberal use of hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol) is recommended.
  • Use your forearm or knuckles to operate light switches, doors, drawers, elevator buttons, etc.
  • Whenever in the company of others or when outside your home, wear a mask or face covering that comfortably covers your nose and mouth.

When to Stay Home

  • If you develop any of the following symptoms–
    • Primary Symptoms:
      • Cough
      • Fever or chills
      • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Additional Symptoms Include:
      • Diarrhea
      • Nausea
      • Vomiting
      • Nasal congestion
      • Runny nose
      • Muscle pain
      • Headache
      • Sore throat
      • New loss of taste or smell
      • Fatigue
    • Life Threatening Symptoms: If you have any of these symptoms for COVID-19 GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY – CALL 911
      • Trouble Breathing
      • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
      • New confusion or inability to arouse
      • Bluish or grayish lips or face
  • If you know you have been in the company of someone who has tested positive for the virus, or if you have tested positive for the virus EVEN IF YOU HAVE NO SYMPTOMS.


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