We are living in an unprecedented time in which there is much uncertainty and fear. During the COVID-19 crises, we are aware that many of you will experience deep depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, and struggle with addiction. At New Leaf Detox & Treatment, we are committed to helping you through this time and reduce the vast number of people who are suffering from a mental health disorder and addiction. Our main goal during this time is to ensure the safety of all our patients while guaranteeing they receive the crucial care they need to recover from substance abuse.
To accomplish these goals, we have created a structured treatment plan that far exceeds anything we have ever done before. By adhering to this new format, we can make our rehab facility a safe and healthy place for anyone seeking help. We are determined to keep our programs, such as medical detox and residential rehab, available. Patients will continue to have access to 24/7 medical care and individual or group therapy.
The team at New Leaf Detox & Treatment is working diligently to maintain and exceed the level of care being administered to our patients. Our healthcare professionals use the best evidence-based practices and treatments and offer quality care to those who need help. We are on high alert for any updates or changes to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and implementing the suggested guidelines given by the CDC.
Anyone who is looking to be admitted to our rehab center must go through a COVID-19 screening process. This is done to ensure the safety of clients and team members who reside and work on the premises.
We do NOT offer any CoronaVirus testing and recommend you visit a facility that provides testing if you believe you might have contracted COVID-19. We encourage you to do a self-screening, for the best results, we recommend using the CDC’s self-screening tool.
Our number one priority is the safety of our patients and staff. We have implemented the CDC suggested guidelines and recommendations for sanitation and preventing infection. Our staff and patients are monitored daily for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.
Please contact us if you have any questions about our services or what we are doing to keep our patients safe during this pandemic. For updates and more information about COVID-19 and the government’s response to the evolving pandemic, visit the Federal COVID 19 Task Force website.