The safety and well-being of our patients, clients, community, and staff are extremely important to us and we take the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak very seriously. As part of the Ventura County Health Care Coalition, we are in constant contact with health officials.
As such, we’re following the CDC guidelines as well as the stay-at-home orders issued by Governor Newsom. Livingston has always followed rigorous protocols and our clinical staff is highly trained in infection control to ensure our vulnerable patients, their families and themselves, remain healthy. We have taken these additional steps following the stay-at-home orders:
· All non-essential staff are working from home
· All essential office and clinical staff report a daily health screening to their supervisor before reporting for work.
In following recommendations regarding social distancing from the Center for Disease Control, we will be suspending all community education programs (joint replacement and diabetes classes), in-person grief counseling, and support groups.
Individual grief counseling will take place via the phone. If you are a current client, please contact your counselor to schedule your phone appointment. We are currently working on being able to provide support groups via video conferencing. Please continue to check our website for updates.
Camarillo Farmers Market will remain open. Please visit the Farmers Market website for more information.
For more information call Molly Corbett at 805-642-0239.
However, staying at home can feel lonely — we all need to stay connected during this time. We’ve assembled some ideas to help you pass the time as well as resources to help you with food delivery.
Please see additional resources below: