Prestige Team Fights Against Coronavirus
April 10, 2020 | Series 14
Be “In the Know”
How to Make Your Own Face Covering
How to Use A Face Covering
in Public

According to the CDC Cloth face coverings should:

  • Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
  • Be secured with ties or ear loops
  • Include multiple layers of fabric
  • Allow for breathing without restriction
  • Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape
Image Courtesy CDC
Prestige Offices & Tele-heath
The health and safety of our employees, customers, visitors, and communities continues to be our highest priorities. The recent increases in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our region requires that we take proactive steps to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. We are closing our offices to the public in accordance with the guidance from health experts to limit contact through social distancing. Despite the office closure, we are offering care by Telehealth.

Prestige Behavioral Health offers web-based Telehealth video counseling using a computer or portable device (tablet, smartphone) with webcam, microphone, and speakers. Prestige utilizes HIPPA compliance video conferencing software for all patient encounters. Counseling can be done with individuals, couples, and/or families in their home or other agreed-upon location—depending on what is most appropriate and determined by the regulations of the state in which you are located.
Local Agencies & Resources
DC COVID-19 Testing Sites and Information

According to the DC Government:

"Doctors decide on COVID-19 testing. If an individual is experiencing symptoms including cough, fever, and shortness of breath, they should consult their doctor before visiting. If their doctor decides that a COVID-19 test is warranted, the doctor has the ability to swab the appropriate areas and send the swabs to a private lab for testing or to work with DC Health to send it to the District’s Public Health Lab. The private lab will share results with the doctor who will share the results with the individual. The private lab will also alert DC Health of all COVID-19 test results, regardless of whether the test is positive or negative."