Dear Friends and Family,
We hope you are all doing well during these ever-changing times. Our Executive Committee met this week and discussed different scenarios moving forward for Stout Street Foundation. As you may know, the Governor of Colorado has ordered a stay-at-home order, limiting in-person work and travel to essential services. In-patient services are considered critical services during this time, so we are doing everything possible to keep our residents and staff safe.
We have asked all staff who can work from home to do so immediately. This means our clinical staff is working with residents through phone calls and Zoom meetings. Our other operations, including our foodservice, continue to operate as normal, as our team began preparing for this several weeks ago.
Several of our staff members, Janella, Charles, Ashley, Andrew, and Meghan have volunteered to move in on the Foundation during the next few weeks to be on-site support for the residents during this time. We have created an isolation area for any residents exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, and are following all CDC and Colorado Department of Health and Environment recommendations to prevent exposure at this time.
At this time, the Foundation is closed to all visitors until at least April 11. We understand that this may interfere with valuable family time and cause an inconvenience to our residents and families so we are facilitating additional resident calls and video visits with family during this time, Thank you for your understanding and cooperation! We recognize this is challenging for everyone, sand and we remain committed to our residents and their recovery.
If you have any questions, we encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Residents are still receiving mail, so we welcome letters as well!
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Stout Stout Street Foundation