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Calling All People Who Sew And Make: You Can Help Make Masks For 2020 Healthcare Worker Shortage

by Juliana Dalessandro | Mar 26, 2020

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” ― Fred Rogers

Thank you to Carol Fite Lynn, Director of Communications, for sharing this article and starting the movement in her own home.  See below for one of Carol's creations. 

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Show us Your Pets, Kids, Creativity!

by Juliana Dalessandro | Mar 26, 2020

The news and constant change due to COVID-19 can be a little terrifying and unnerving these days.  However, a recent movement to help add some levity to the situation is people sharing pictures of their pets with their co-workers and on social media.  

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Business Development Team Pitching In Across the Country

by Joan Erwin | Mar 25, 2020

 The Business Development team (now appropriately referred to as 'The Avengers') is pitching in and offering their support wherever they can right now and on Wednesday, March 25th, it was in South Louisville, KY. 

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Important Information for Those Participating in Our FSA Dependent Care Plan

by Heather Wardrop | Mar 24, 2020

*Important information for those participating in our FSA Dependent Care plan* 

Due to COVID-19, CleanSlate employees who wish to stop contributing to their FSA Dependent care may do so at this time without penalty.

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COVID-19: Supporting At-Home Children

by Heather Wardrop | Mar 24, 2020

COVID-19: Supporting At-Home Children 

Resources for Parents

The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for families across the country. As more and more schools close, requiring school-age children to remain at home in an effort to promote self-distancing, parents are looking for ways to maintain their responsibilities while supporting the educational needs and development of those in their care. Many schools have provided distance-learning programs and resources to help students continue their education while at home. Parents are encouraged to check the information provided by local school districts to determine what steps should be taken to stay on top of their children’s education.

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CEO Message - Coronavirus Update - March 24, 2020

by Greg Marotta | Mar 24, 2020

Cigna Virtual Care Client

by Heather Wardrop | Mar 23, 2020

Your lives are demanding. It’s hard to find time to take care of yourself as it is, never mind when you're not feeling well. That’s why health plans through Cigna include access to medical virtual care. Whether you've got meetings all day, or just don’t have the time or energy to go anywhere but home after work, employees can:

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Center Manger, Brooke Feldman, Takes Charge in Philly during Coronavirus Outbreak

by Juliana Dalessandro | Mar 19, 2020

No Plan for People Living on the Street as Coronavirus Lands in Philly

Outreach workers fear a COVID-19 outbreak among the city’s homeless population.

“We know that people experiencing homelessness are just not as engaged in healthcare services,” said Brooke Feldman (pictured left), the Center Manager at CleanSlate outpatient treatment centers. “To expect that they’re going to come to their doctor to learn how to keep themselves safe, I think that would be foolish.”

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CEO Weekly Message: Just Kidding it's an Adorable Video of a Dog

by Carol Fite Lynn | Mar 19, 2020

With the seriousness of COVID-19 flooding our news feed and everyday lives, we wanted to offer up a video to bring a smile to your face and maybe help us remember the lighter points in life right now.  Enjoy! 

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Coronavirus Temporary Leave Policy

by Bob Wilson | Mar 19, 2020

CleanSlate Coronavirus Temporary Leave Policy

Our team members are vital to the culture of our firm and to the care we provide our patients .  We understand the stress COVID-19 has placed on our employees and your families  We recognize that our core value, Together We Succeed, means many things however right now it means taking care of one another and doing the best for each other with what we have available to us as resources and tools. We are successful as an organization when we remain grounded in our core values. This has never been truer than in our current environment.

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