Gov. Gavin Newsom orders all Californians to stay at home.
In response to Governor Newsom’s “stay at home order” issued this evening, Creative Alternatives employees will need job specific guidance regarding work schedules and employer expectations.
Our offices are not currently open to the public, however staff are available via phone. Please call (209) 668-9361 and you will be directed to your staff.
The STRTP Program is an “essential business” that will remain active throughout the local, state, or federal “stay at home” orders. STRTP staff will continue to work their scheduled shifts at the STRTP facilities. Please have your badge available during travel to and from work.
STRTP staff that will continue working as scheduled include: Facility Supervisors, Asst. Facility Supervisors, Counselor I/ II staff, Mental Health Workers, Clinicians, and Head of Services. These employees represent the direct care staff to serve the clients.
STRTP Preparedness Plan – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Creative Alternatives’ Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program has developed modified business practices to adhere to state and federal government recommendations relating to the Coronavirus
Additional information addressing frequently asked questions.
COVID-19 Preparedness Plan
15 Days to Slow the Spread
A new outreach campaign “15 Days to Slow the Spread” was recently launched by the White House.
What the Senates Passage of the Families First Coronavirus Act Means to You
Screening and Reporting Procedure
Creative Alternatives has implemented a health screening procedure to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus among staff, clients, resource families and communities. The agency is prepared to take appropriate measures should a client, staff, or resource family be exposed to, presents symptoms of or test positive to COVID-19. These procedures are applicable to all programs and departments including: STRTP, FFA, THP, NPS, office personnel, and maintenance.
Taking Care of Yourself
During this time, you and your colleagues may be experiencing different reactions. There are several ways you can find balance, be aware of your needs, and make connections. Use this list to help you decide which self-care strategies will work for you.