Keeping individuals and staff safe and healthy

In response to developments regarding COVID-19, we have proactively implemented the policies, practices, and safety precautions recommended by the CDC, WHO, State, and local health departments. We continue to actively support our individuals, families, staff, and communities during this challenging time.

We have increased the frequency and intensity of cleaning at our facilities for individual safety with increased attention to congregate areas, high touch surfaces, and hard surfaces.  Individuals are educated about proper hand hygiene and physical distancing of at least 6 feet.

All state and federal guidelines are being monitored daily to ensure that our actions are based on the most current information. We are pre-screening all potential individuals for symptoms or risk factors of COVID-19. In order to keep our treatment community safe, all staff are required to wear masks/or facial coverings and have received additional infection control and prevention training.

Our treatment teams are prepared to identify and address any potential COVID-19 cases, working closely with local hospitals and acute care providers as needed.

We continue to serve the individuals and families who need us now more than ever. We will keep you updated about any additional safety precautions or operational changes as we move through this challenging time together.


Vaccination Information

RCF remains committed to providing a safe workplace and ensuring employees have the flexibility needed to navigate the challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis. As an organization, we are not mandating that staff receive the COVID-19 vaccine. We do believe, however, that it is an important step to prevent getting sick with the virus or continuing the spread.


Rock Creek Foundation has a need for personal protective equipment and other supplies to support our work during these extraordinary times. To help limit risk and for your convenience, please visit our Amazon wish list to make in-kind donations and have them shipped directly to our office.

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