The safety of our clients and staff is always The Jewish Board’s top priority.
We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation and are taking action based on guidance from public health experts, including the CDC, New York State Office of Mental Health, and New York City Health Department.
All of our offices, clinics, and residences remain open. To create a safe environment, we are:
- Expanding our telehealth services. To learn more, please contact us during business hours at our toll-free hotline: 1.844.ONE.CALL (1.844.663.2255).
- Educating our clients and staff. We are sharing materials about infection control and vaccines to make sure our staff and clients are in a safe environment.
- Enhancing cleaning protocols. We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfection at our offices, clinics, and residences.
- Limiting non-essential meetings and events. When feasible, we are recommending staff and clients use technology to connect instead of meeting face-to-face, and when meeting in person to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines.
- Following all city and state protocols. We are adhering to the latest in city and state mandates, including vaccinations, weekly testing, and daily check-ins
on coping with severe medical issues
of Cedar Knolls House youth residents
met their treatment goals and returned to a stable environment in under a year
youth ages 4–21 from the Orthodox Jewish Community
for emotional wellness so that they could reach their full potential
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