As the public health risk of COVID 19 remains, High Country Behavioral Health continues to offer online telehealth services to minimize risk to our clients and staff. At this time, we are also offering in-person appointments with adherence to guidelines established by our organization and those of local and federal health authorities. Clients will be asked to strictly abide by these guidelines, as well as provide signed consent (see link below), prior to receiving in-person services.
High Country Behavioral Health has taken steps to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus including: creating a COVID Action Plan, promoting frequent hand washing/sanitizing, daily recorded monitoring of possible signs of COVID in each staff member, arranging furniture to promote safe social distancing, encouraging employees who are high risk of contracting/spreading COVID to work from home via telehealth, requiring staff to wear face coverings when working face-to-face with clients, encouraging 6’ social distancing, regular cleaning and disinfecting of office and office supplies, requiring staff who are ill to stay home and encouraging staff to take safety precautions outside of work.
Clients must abide by these guidelines and provide signed consent, prior to receiving in-person services.