Our measures against the coronavirus

Also in times of the corona pandemic, youngsters suffer from mental health issues, addictions and behavioural problems. That’s why we commit ourselves unconditionally, like we always do, to these vulnerable youngsters.

The Dutch government has urged all health care, including mental health care, to continue providing care. We are grateful for and proud of our hardworking staff who enable us to accept new admissions. Although some countries still imposed travel bans/regulations, and still some flights are cancelled, it is still possible to travel, as long as there is a medical necessity. Please call us at +31 (0)85 02 01 222 so together we can check travel regulations with your local government, help you with the required medical documents and find ways to travel to the Netherlands.

The treatment will continue as planned. However, we are even more attentive and alert to the health of the fellows and staff than usual, and we have taken preventive measures:

  • In compliance with the guidelines of the RIVM, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment, we have informed all our colleagues which preventative measures they can take themselves.
  • As a preventative measure, we disinfect all contact surfaces (e.g. door handles etc) several times a day.
  • We carry out a risk analysis on everyone who comes to our clinic, prior to travelling. New fellows will be tested upon arrival.  
  • We ask everyone to be alert to their own health, and even more so, to the health of the fellows in the clinic.
  • The intakes will take place face to face. However, travel bans may cause us to offer you a digital alternative.
  • The Bonding week will take place face to face. Parents/carers will be tested before the bonding moment. However, travel bans may cause us to offer you a digital alternative.
  • The End of Treatment consultations take place face to face. However, travel bans may cause us to offer you a digital alternative.

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