Check out the pictures for Week 1 of the Meme Contest. Choose your top 3 and send your captions to Liz!
Please review questions below and ask yourself prior to the start of your shift
Do you have any of the following symptoms that are new to you and not attributed to another health condition?
- Fever (100.4°F or higher) or a sense of having a fever
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches, unrelated to physical exercise
- Sore throat
- A new loss of taste or smell
- Congestion or runny nose
- New gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, diarrhea or vomiting)
- Have you had contact with someone in the past 14 days with suspected or confirmed COVID-19? Yes/No
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, please stay home and contact your supervisor as well as HR extension 1011.
Thank you to Melissa Martin, Admin Assistant in Skowhegan, who gave blood this week! What a great way to make a difference!
Welcome to our July New Hires!
Deborah Braley – Managed Care Coordinator; Marjorie Lund – Unit Coordinator; Megan Adams – OHH Nurse Care Manager; Justin Price – Residential Support Aide; Sherryl Sirois – OHH Peer Recovery Coach; Sophia MacFarlane – OHH Peer Recovery Coach; Sara Bourgoin – Residential Support Worker; Samantha Lyman – Adult Developmental Services Case Manager; Soliana Goldrich – Outreach Case Manager; Jennifer Cyr – Program Coordinator and Alane O’Connor – OHH Prescriber
KBH COVID-19 Response Update
KBH would like to share with our clients, patients, staff members, donors and the community an update regarding the provision of mental health care services here at our organization. First, we hope you and your loved ones are doing well and taking the best possible care of yourselves during this very difficult time. Although all of KBH’s facilities including our clinics, Clubhouses and residential locations have been open throughout the last several months, many of our services have been provided by telephone or through video conferencing to ensure the safety of clients and staff. Now that state restrictions are being lifted, we are looking forward to welcoming our clients and staff back on-site. We will be doing this slowly, so everyone has time to adjust as more people return to our facilities over the next few months. Click here for more details.
New tobacco treatment resources to help individuals and behavioral health professionals in addressing tobacco use.
Could someone you work with use a Kudos Card?
Everyone is working hard, and we've all experienced lots of changes and stress during the last few weeks. Has a fellow KBH staff person done something special for you?
Brighten up their day by sending them a Kudos Card! Download our fillable Kudos Card here, fill it in, save it, and then e-mail it to the person you would like to recognize. Remember to cc: Liz in Communications firstname.lastname@example.org so it will be included in the monthly Kudos E-Blast.