COVID-19 Update from Last DoorAddiction Recovery Stories
A Message from Last Door Recovery Society Response to COVID 19
Admissions Department is still open, there are no disruptions with admitting clients into Last Door Youth and Adult licensed and accredited facilities. Last Door is still accepting new clients, however new protocols have been put into place to ensure client and staff safety. Please call our admissions team at 1-888-525-9771.
Visitors to our Facility
The Last Door will be no longer be accepting visitors to our facilities, which includes families and alumnus until further notice.
For all clients’ families, please contact your loved ones’ caseworker so they can help devise a visitation plan for you.
For employers with employees currently in treatment, please contact the client caseworker to answer any questions you may have. Your regular progress reports will not be disrupted.
Family and Alumni Addiction Recovery Groups
The Last Door will be hosting the following Evening Groups on Zoom, instead of in-person on-site meetings. Please connect with the Group Facilitator or Case Managers for password assistance.
- Friends and Family Group
- Partner’s Group
- Young Men’s Alumni Group
- Family Group
- Adult Alumni Group
Other measures that are being taken at Last Door:
These measures are applied with the utmost consideration of a potential facility quarantine should a member contract COVID-19. Our goal is to ensure that those seeking assistance from Last Door can still access our much-needed services.
To ensure decreased risk to clients and staff we are applying the principle of ‘least restrictive means’ in enacting social distancing measures. We are requesting any individuals who are asking to be approved to visit Last Door that are returning from travel outside of Canada avoid asking to socialize/visit any of our facilities for 14 days after your return to Canada.
Ensuring the health and safety of our clients, families, staff, volunteers and business partners is our top priority right now.
We are tracking postings from the Provincial and Federal Government and the World Health Organization. Fraser Health Authority: Community Care Licensing has provided directives to best protect our residents and staff against COVID-19 including:
• isolation and outbreak protocols,
• staffing measures and infection control, and
• supplies and visitor protocols.
We must all work together to support recommendations from Senior Health officials to reduce the severity of this current situation.
The best source of up-to-date information on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia is the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC): www.bccdc.ca
If you have any questions, we’re always available at 1-888-525-9771.
We will continue to provide updates as things change.