Serving Clients While Addressing COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, Harmony Foundation, Inc. will continue to serve clients and is taking new precautions to ensure staff and client safety.

The following steps have been put in place:

  •  Staff whose positions do not require direct client care have been required to work from home until further notice.
  •  Direct service staff (medical/nursing/counseling/ housekeeping/dietary) continue to provide client care daily.
  •  Staff who come to campus are required to do temperature checks at the start of each work shift.
  •  Any staff member presenting with health issues are required to stay home until COVID 19 virus is ruled out.
  •  Clients admitted to Harmony will be required to stay in the Health Center a minimum of 72 hours.
  • Face coverings are worn by clients and staff in public spaces on campus.
  • All outpatient and alumni services have been moved to virtual zoom meetings.
  • Strict hand-washing protocols have been put in place.
  • Heightened protocols of disinfection of all areas on campus are on-going.
  • All on-campus alumni, family, referrer, outside peer-support group members, and volunteer visitation has been postponed until further notice.
  • Zoom Rooms have been set up on campus to connect clients to case management and participate in family visitation.
  • All new admissions will have specific COVID 19 medical screening upon campus arrival.
  • Employees showing signs of illness will self-quarantine for 14 days or upon negative COVID-19 test results.
  • Meal preparation protocols continue to prevent cross-contamination via utensils, serving dishes, etc.
  • Mealtime dining will require all clients and staff sit a maximum of three people to a table.
  • Harmony Foundation developed a COVID-19 Response team to meet 2x weekly to address changes and updates to ensure client and staff safety.
  • Communication protocols for ongoing news and updates are provided daily to clients and staff.

Harmony Foundation, Inc. will continue to monitor the situation and follow the updates and guidelines provided to us by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and the Larimer County Public Health and Environment (LCPHE). At this time we remain open, serving our existing clients, and are accepting referrals and new admissions. 

Any questions, concerns, or additional information regarding COVID-19, please contact:

Gina Thorne
Chief Marketing Officer
Harmony Foundation, Inc. 


Additional Resources and Information:

World Health Organization (WHO)
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Larimer County Public Health