Mental Health and Addiction Treatment options are needed more during thee times of high stress. We are open, and beginning Monday will be offering HIPAA compliant Outpatient treatment as well.
In the interest of protecting the health and safety of our patients, staff and our community, the following actions have been implemented at our Facility.
Services and Programs
- Our facility is fully operational and serving the needs of our community. We are taking proactive steps to keep our patients and team members safe, including screening all individuals upon entering the facility.
- For those in need of non-emergency behavioral healthcare, kindly contact us rather than the local Emergency Department.
- We are actively monitoring and responding to all recommendations made by the CDC and our local regulatory and health authorities.
- In an effort to reduce the likelihood of community spread, all in-person visitation has been suspended (with limited critical exceptions). We strongly encourage the use of electronic methods to stay connected with loved ones including telemedicine, zoom, and extended phone time.
- We have implemented additional training for all employees on handwashing and hand sanitization, and strict employee and client compliance with washing/sanitizing hands thoroughly and often.
- We have increased the frequency of the required cleaning and sanitization of our facility, including intake rooms, surfaces and common areas.
- Our Facility’s community education programs may be cancelled/postponed; we ask the community to follow us on Facebook for updates.
The CDC recommends individuals and families follow everyday preventive measures:
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then dispose of the tissue.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; especially after using the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
- If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60–95% alcohol.
- Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces and objects.
- Stay home when you are sick with respiratory disease symptoms.
- Practice ‘social distancing’ in an effort to avoid spread of the virus. Do not meet in groups larger than 10 persons, and maintain personal space when engaging in in-person interactions.
- The CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory illnesses, including coronavirus. You should only wear a mask if a health care professional recommends it or if you have the virus and are showing symptoms.
We thank our community for everyone’s cooperation and for being an advocate for the health of your loved ones and all patients in our care.
When Arlene Rosen lost her son Michael to a drug overdose, she started a treatment center so that she could help spare other families from the pain she experienced. Michael’s House opened in 1989 and has been serving patients and their families through comprehensive integrated treatment for nearly three decades.
In 2006, Foundations Recovery Network added Michael’s House to its family of treatment centers, supporting Arlene’s vision and expanding the center to accommodate more patients. Once a facility with 24 beds, Michael’s House now has 120 beds—and has helped countless men and women find the path to long-term recovery from addiction and mental health conditions.