Many people have transitioned out of their regular office and are continuing to do their work from a new location: their homes.
“In some ways, it is easier to work from home, but when doing so, we must ensure that we can continue to be productive and focused on the job,” says Becky Stoll, Centerstone’s Vice President of Crisis & Disaster Management.
Here are some tips to working from home:
Through this crisis, Centerstone remains fully operational and continuing to serve our clients and communities. As always, the health and well-being of our clients, staff and community stakeholders is our main priority. We have implemented system-wide strategies that reduce the risk of exposure while preparing us to respond effectively in the event the current threat level escalates. To reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure at this time, almost all appointments are being conducted via telephone or telehealth (video). For more information, please click here.
If you are in crisis, please call our crisis line, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.
If you're still having trouble and would like to reach out to someone about counseling or other Centerstone services, contact us.
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