Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our facilities safe and open to providing care to our community!

We have commissioned an Infection Control Team to manage our response, education and activities as the situation evolves.

Home health care nurse checking a female patient with a stethoscope

At the directive of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS), ALL VISITORS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

  1. Must be free of any flu or flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath).
  1. Must not, in the last 14 days, have had contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19, who is under investigation for COVID-19, or who was ill with respiratory infection with fever.
  1. Must not have traveled to a foreign country within the past 14 days.
  1. If under 16 years of age, must have parental permission to enter.
  1. Sign in at the visitor log and pass all screening questions.

Visitors meeting the above criteria will be granted access to visit our facility. If visiting a patient in our hospice care center please note:

  • Masks must be worn by everyone in the hospice care center regardless of vaccination status, except where designated. A mask will be provided if necessary.
  • 4 healthy, non-infectious visitors per patient will be allowed inside each patient room at any given time. For COVID patients, two visitors are allowed at any given time.
  • All visitors are restricted to patient rooms only, and marked areas.
  • Use hand sanitizer, social distancing, and limit your visit time if possible.

Thank you for understanding as we are obligated to protect the public health and keep our facilities safe and open.



As the state guidelines concerning public gatherings has moved into a new phase, we are currently able to hold grief groups for up to 10 people at this time. We ask that you call prior to coming to a group. This will allow us to ensure we can accommodate each participant and uphold social distancing. Check back for updates.

If you want to attend a class, you can find a time and date here.

We are available by phone for urgent grief needs: 360.703.0300. If it is after hours, leave a voicemail and we will call you back the next business day.

Community will continue monitoring COVID-19 and sending updates regarding events.


To learn more about COVID-19, or to find the latest official information, click the links below:

Latest Washington Cases

Latest Oregon Cases

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Clark County Public Health

Health & Human Services of Cowlitz County

Washington State Department of Health

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