COVID-19 Resource Center
COVID-19 Information and Contacts
Know the facts about COVID-19. Reimagine Counseling cares about the health and welfare of our clients and community. We ask that everyone follow the guided recommendations from our state and local govenrment. In accordance with CDC guidelines, we ask all visitors to Reimagine Counseling to adhere to all precautions related to COVID-19. If you or someone you know presents with any of the following symptoms, please seek help immediately.
What can i do to stop the spread of covid-19?
In order the stop the spread of COVID-19, Reimagine Counseling encourages everyone to consciously practice safe sanitation habits. Remember, a little bit can go a long way. By simply washing your hands frequently and covering your mouth when you sneeze, you can help contain the transmission of COVID-19.
During this difficult time, it is important to consider the most vulnerable populations. Please take the recommended precautions as a daily practice.
What to do if you are sick?
If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, follow the steps in the image to the right to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.
Here is a listing of other contacts:
Center for Disease Control and Prevention: CDC is the United States’ health protection agency and has the most comprehensive and updated COVID-19 national information on including but not limited to: about the disease, guidance on prevention & treatment, travel, and FAQ’s by specific audiences
Massachusetts Dept Public Health: Works closely with the CDC to provide updated COVID-19 information related to MA including but not limited to announcements from Governor Charlie Baker and guidance & policies specific to MA
Information on COVID 19 and Children: American Academy of Pediatrics tips for parents about COVID-19:
City of Boston Public Health Commission: The City of Boston and BPHC work to provide updated information related to Boston including announcements from Mayor Walsh, a map of Emergency Meal Sites, and more