Dragonfly Transitions takes the care and trust of our employees, families and students very seriously. We continue to monitor the global spread of the recent coronavirus. With nearly 20 years of experience, infection control is part of our everyday operations. We are committed, at all times, to create an environment of care and safety. We are accepting new students with careful screening and process.
As the landscape of this current health situation has been rapidly changing, we are committed to keeping you abreast of all developments at Dragonfly with frequency and honesty. Dragonfly has implemented several measures to help protect our employees, families and students. Dragonfly is part of a broader national mental health umbrella, Embark Behavioral Health. For the past couple of weeks, Embark has had an active, multi-disciplinarian, Coronavirus Task Force, comprised of program doctors and nurses, clinicians and program operators. We have been and will continue to be fully prepared.
After consulting with health experts in our field, doctors, nurses and other programs, Dragonfly has implemented the following measures. We will continue to assess and adjust accordingly:
There have been very few confirmed cases in Klamath Falls or the Rogue Valley
Despite data showing younger people – and those without chronic illness, particularly respiratory – rarely get very sick, we are still taking more extensive steps out of an abundance of caution and to do our part in limiting the potential spread.
We sincerely thank you for your trust in us during this complex time. We appreciate your understanding and your support of the measures we are taking to ensure your child and all other students at Dragonfly continue to be and feel safe, emotionally, mentally and physically. Student and staff spirits have been high.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out directly if you have additional questions or concerns.
Mona Treadway Co-Founder/Executive Director 541-331-3287