FAYETTEVILLE, NC, January 25, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread at alarming rates. With the Delta and Omicron variants, the new surges in cases have overwhelmed medical response teams here in the U.S. and abroad.
With this in mind, Trails Carolina, located in western North Carolina, monitors the virus and follows all CDC guidelines and recommendations. In addition, they adhere to mandates set forth by health departments, medical professionals, and governing agencies.
Its mission is to provide a healthy and nurturing environment for its students and staff at Trails Carolina.
Trail Carolina Wilderness Therapy program has — and continues to help teens and adolescents dealing with emotional issues, school problems, addiction, or life at home. They combine elements of nature with productive activities that create memorable experiences and positive results.
Their COVID-19 prevention plan helps protect the students and staff from the pandemic. Team members have access to the COVID-19 vaccines and boosters as they continue to heed the advice of healthcare professionals. Trails Carolina features over 800 acres of privately accessed land across three campus locations.
Being outdoors is one of the main advantages of their therapeutic wilderness program, as students breathe fresh air and experience the wonders of mother nature. They also have limited contact with fellow students and a handful of staff at Trails.
Being in an outdoor program helps mitigate the risks of contracting or spreading the COVID-19 virus during the pandemic.
They continue to follow CDC guidelines for the prevention of Coronavirus. Social distancing is also applicable as part of the proactive measures to stop the spread during the pandemic.
All staff members have been trained to identify COVID-19’s potential symptoms. Similarly, their medical personnel monitor daily updates from the CDC, WHO, and state and local health departments. As a result, Trails Carolina takes a comprehensive and cohesive approach to protect its students’ and teams’ physical and mental health.
Trails Carolina offers an intricate screening process for admissions. Students should be symptom-free before enrollment. Trails Carolina tries to identify anyone posing a risk or showing flu-like or COVID-19 symptoms.
Students enrolling are expected to arrive with a negative PCR Covid test. Regardless of their vaccination statuses. Follow-up tests will still be conducted after five days of their arrival.
Trails Carolina looks forward to a happy and healthy New Year for all of its students, parents, and staff. While the pandemic continues to pose a global threat, they take all necessary precautions to protect everyone in their wilderness experience and other programs.
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