In response to the ongoing changes due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Glenbeigh is offering resources and information to help people in recovery sustain their recovery while protecting the safety of our patients, alumni, families, friends, staff and the entire recovery community.
Glenbeigh’s Virtual Recovery Care
Telehealth and virtual assessment options are currently being offered through Glenbeigh’s six outpatient treatment centers in order to keep our patients connected with Glenbeigh’s world-class care.
For people still in the early stages of recovery, social distancing and stay at home requirements may challenge your recovery efforts. With advances in virtual technology, you can use your computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other camera equipped device with an internet connection to participate in Glenbeigh’s Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) and Aftercare programming from your home.
To keep it simple, Telehealth services are offered on the same schedule as in-person programming. Telehealth sessions provide the same patient-centered treatment guided by Glenbeigh’s compassionate, highly educated and credentialed staff members.
Glenbeigh’s Telehealth conferencing platform is HIPAA/PIPEDA compliant and offers high quality conferencing. The same guidelines apply as in-person meetings where the use of last names is not required.
Virtual assessments are being offered by appointment. Call any of Glenbeigh’s outpatient centers for more information or to schedule your appointment.
Glenbeigh’s Virtual Recovery Support
As part of Glenbeigh’s response to the limitations placed on social interaction, we are exploring some innovative ways to keep the recovery community connected. Glenbeigh is taking our established recovery support initiatives and offering them as free, online opportunities. This is a great opportunity to interact with others who are in recovery. Alumni, family and friends, along with the general recovery community, are welcome to participate by connecting with Glenbeigh on Facebook. Please note: participants are responsible for controlling their level of anonymity through their own device settings.
Virtual Bridges to Recovery
Explore Glenbeigh’s Virtual Bridges to Recovery Meetings being offered at various times. These topic focused discussions are open to everyone in the recovery community. There are two ways to access our virtual Bridges meetings:
- Link to Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/glenbeighhospital and look for the green and blue Bridges to Recovery icon (see below). Check daily for updates and new schedules. Every meeting has a new link ID so be sure to click on the link of the day. Individuals are responsible for controlling their level of anonymity through their personal device settings.