Latest updates from BrightView About COVID-19
Addiction is a chronic brain disease. It doesn’t stop or slow down while we are responding to a virus. We understand the need for treatment and support services for those affected by addiction, even during other global health challenges.
Treatment Services Are Being Provided in New Ways.
To our valued patients – Group services are being offered with physical distancing, universal masking, and increased cleaning. In-person peer support, individual counseling, and case management are available at all centers. We are also providing telehealth options for patients to stay connected with members of your care team so you can keep working toward your recovery even if you can’t make it to one of our centers. Our team will reach out to you to schedule individual services for the times you would typically be attending group therapy. Please contact us at 833-510-HELP (4357) with any questions in the meantime – and be well!
For patients who are not feeling well and suspect that they may have contracted coronavirus or any other communicable condition such as the flu, we ask that you contact us to develop a plan so we can continue to work together to meet your needs. If you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms, or difficulty breathing or if you have had exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 21 days, please seek medical attention and follow recommended guidelines. BrightView will work with you to reschedule your appointments and relay any necessary messages to the appropriate staff on your behalf.
To learn more about virtual groups provided by BrightView, please click here.
If you would like to order Narcan through the Ohio Department of Health, please click here.
If daily or weekly meetings have been helping you maintain your sobriety, please visit this link for a list of online resources for virtual recovery groups and meetings.
About Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Understanding symptoms and risks of the COVID-19 virus:
- Symptoms include: fever (most common), cough, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.
- If you experience these symptoms and have risk factors, such as exposure or travel to impacted areas, please request a mask and limit your exposure to others.
- Infection prevention efforts are everyone’s responsibility.
- Hand hygiene is the most important means of preventing the spread of a virus.
- If you are not feeling well, please limit your contact with others.
- If someone has symptoms and risk factors of exposure, they should be referred to their PCP, ED, health department, or other local health care resources for testing.
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BrightView by the Numbers
After one month of treatment at BrightView, more than 9 out of 10 patients trust BrightView enough to recommend us to the people they care about most.
According to patients reporting in anonymous surveys, more than 90% reported that BrightView’s programs are working for them. After 30 days in the program, less than 1% feel that BrightView is not working for them.
If someone wants help for SUD, we will treat them at BrightView. We don’t turn anyone away and we take more insurances than any other SUD provider in the state, including Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance plans.