Scheduling Changes, Telehealth & Free Resources
Due to recent public health concerns, Oasis has temporarily suspended in-office appointments and our Saturday walk-in services until further notice. Providers are now scheduling appointments to “see” patients via video telehealth means, only. Learn how how easy it is to set this feature up on your PC or smartphone or tablet.
Lauren Pantoulis, LCPC talks to Chesapeake Family Life Magazine about how she helps families since COVID-19 shutdowns and what age groups are most at-risk for mental health struggles during social isolation .Watch the full interview on our website.
Information about virtual AA and NA meetings for those struggling with addiction or needing to connect while in recovery
Oasis guest blogs for the Annapolis Mom’s Network and offers tips on how to deescalate feelings of anxiety while social distancing
Free online screenings for anxiety and depression. Early detection and treatment of a mental health issue is critical. Find out if your scores indicate a need for treatment from a professional.
We are actively monitoring information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local officials regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus disease). The safety of our patients and staff is our top priority.
If you are struggling with anxiety from news and events surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please visit our information and resources page to learn strategies for stress management in times of great uncertainty.
Oasis will continue post updates about our business operations should they become affected by this public health threat so visit this site frequently.
Symptoms and Preventive Measures
This disease is highly contagious. We care about the health of our clients, our team members, and the community so we urge you to take all the precautions necessary to protect yourselves including thorough hand-washing, coughing into a tissue or your elbow, avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, and cleaning frequently touched surfaces.
We ask all patients and visitors to notify us in advance if they feel they are at risk for COVID-19 and to take preventative measures for the safety of themselves and others.
Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough and difficulty breathing. These symptoms may be similar to the flu or the common cold. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia and other complications, especially in infants, older individuals and those with underlying health conditions. Please review the CDC Website for the latest travel advisories when considering travel for yourself or your family. Also, remember that your best defense to help prevent the spread of respiratory disease like COVID-19 is to follow good prevention practices:
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds or use and alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, like your cell phone
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Stay home if you are feeling sick
- If you are caring for an ill person, stay home for an estimated incubation period (2 weeks)
- If you have traveled recently or have been in close contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 and are experiencing the above symptoms, please seek medical attention right away.
- Before you go to any healthcare facility, call ahead and let them know of your recent travel and symptoms.