COVID-19

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Notice Regarding COVID-19

 Effective June 1st, 2021

At Family Counseling Associcates (FCA), we are continuing to closely monitor the evolving guidance from federal, state and local authorities regarding COVID-19.  Our staff is committed to providing treatment to our clients in a safe manner that follows the available guidance regarding infectious disease control. 

Effective June 1st, 2021, Family Counseling Associates is continuing to offer both telehealth and in-office appointments. In-office appointment availability will vary by provider, so contact us to learn more about your options. Online telehealth sessions will continue to be an option for our patients.  Telehealth services give you the opportunity to meet with your provider online using a secure video connection.  To learn more about our telehealth services, click here.  

In accordance with guidelines for workplaces and the delivery of professional services, please note the following updates for our practice regarding in-office appointments:

  • If you have had flu-like symptoms within the last 10 days, a fever within the last 3 days, or suspect you may have come in to contact with COVID-19, please choose an online appointment, or contact us to re-schedule your in-office appointment.
  • Face coverings are encouraged for those not fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • Consider making a payment for your appointment online or over the phone before your in-office appointment. We can also create a payment profile to allow for re-occurring payments. Online payments can be made at: https://www.fcahelp.com/make-a-payment/
  • We have modified our office cleaning procedures, and additional cleaning and hygiene products will be available to our patients and staff.

We will continue to monitor the guidance of authorities and make additional modifications as necessary. We will update our website with any changes to our status and policies.  Please know that the safety and wellbeing of all is our top priority.

Also, for additional general guidance, please consult the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)