COVID-19 RESOURCES & ASSISTANCE
The Genesis Center has taken extra precautions for the safety of our patients during the Georgia State of Emergency.
To limit potential exposure, our clinic has obtained approval through the State Opioid Treatment Authority of Georgia to operate on a staggered schedule. We are open and continuing to accept new intakes and transfers every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday by appointment. Masks will be provided to each patient entering the clinic. Patients will receive take home medication for the days the clinic is closed to assure that there is not any disruption in treatment or medication.
COVID-19 PREVENTION & VACCINE
If you would like to receive your COVID-19 vaccine, please click on the link below to register.
COVID VACCINE REGISTRATION
If you would like to learn more about the COVID vaccine, please click on the link below for more information.
The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. You could carry the virus for up to 14 days before presenting with any symptoms. See the link below for CDC information to prevent the contraction and slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Georgia Department of Health provides a Daily Status Report where you can see an update of infected areas.
The Georgia Department of Human Services (which oversees things like behavioral health, family and child services, etc) has released the following information related to COVID-19.
If you are unemployed or have experienced a reduction in hours or days due to the crisis, you can find more information on filing unemployment related to COVID-19 at this Department of Labor link.