COVID 19 Policy - Dana Point Rehab Campus
Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Orange County

COVID 19 POLICY

Your safety is our number one concern during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. As an essential healthcare service provider licensed and certified by the California Department of Healthcare Services, Dana Point Rehab Campus is still accepting clients and rest assured we are taking all necessary safety precautions and employing the latest CDC Hygiene guidelines.

In order to protect our clients and staff from the spread of the virus, the following is an updated list of health and safety procedures that are in place at our facilities:

  • All staff or independent contractors are required to take a daily temperature and wash hands when entering facilities.
  • Each shift, door handles, keyboards and common workspaces are wiped down with Clorox or alcohol-based sanitizing wipes.
  • Upon return to the facilities, the inside of our vans are wiped down with Clorox or sanitizing wipes (steering wheel, door handles and dashboard controls). Vans are aired out and sanitized with Lysol spray.
  • No outside visitation from friends and family until further notice.
  • Outside meetings are suspended until further notice and in-house meetings will be conducted in a well-ventilated outdoor space.
  • Experiential outings are limited to hikes/walks in areas with limited people, no more than six each outing.
  • Upon admission, all clients will undergo COVID-19 screening questions and includes the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours before entry in the program and facility.
  • For all new intakes, temperature must be taken and hands are to be washed in the designated area on the first floor (laundry room); any temperature registering above 99 degrees will prevent entry into the facility.
  • Any employees who have been in contact with anyone with COVID-19 outside of work must immediately inform management for proper assessment; the state and county currently require a mandatory 14-day quarantine for those who have had direct contact with an infected person
  • Any employees who exhibit any signs of illness – cold, body aches, stomach ache or distress, runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, loss of taste, loss of smell, or any other COVID symptom must not report to work; any employee with these symptoms will be immediately sent home
  • Any patient who exhibits signs of illness-cold, body aches, stomach ache or distress, runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, loss of taste, loss of smell, or any other COVID symptom will immediately be quarantined and required to take a COVID-19 test to remain in the program

If you or your loved one is struggling with substance abuse, this Covid-19 outbreak is causing isolation and despair. Now is the absolute best time to get help. Call 949-239-7557 now to speak with our skilled, compassionate team about an individualized treatment plan.