Campobello was not damaged by the Northern California fires. We are participating in helping those who have lost their homes, jobs and family members in the disasters which have decimated Sonoma County. We can immediately help those who need recovery from addictions giving them the freedom to rebuild their lives and futures.

During the current pandemic we have and will continued to provide residential services to all our clients. As essential workers, our staff are fully trained in Infection Control procedures, regularly tested for Covid-19, and fully able to provide a safe place for anyone in treatment.

  • Potential clients will be asked about any recent travel prior to admission.  This information will be reviewed by the Intake Coordinator and Medical Director prior to scheduling admission
  • Potential clients will be screened for acute respiratory illness prior to scheduling admission – they will be asked if they have a cough, fever, shortness of breath or any other symptoms that may indicate an acute respiratory illness. All potential clients will be asked about any recent travel This information will be documented on their pre-admission paperwork by Intake Coordinator and reviewed with the Medical Director prior to scheduling admission.
  • When we are providing potential clients transportation to Campobello, they will be screened by the driver before being transported to residential treatment. They will be asked to let the driver check their temperature. At that time potential clients will be screened for acute respiratory illness prior being transported.
    Additionally, potential clients will be asked if they have received this year’s seasonal flu vaccine.  If they have not, they will be encouraged to talk to their health care provider about receiving it prior to admission. They will be asked if they have a cough, fever, shortness of breath or any other symptoms that may indicate an acute respiratory illness.  This information will be provided at that time to the Intake Coordinator and reviewed by the Medical Director prior to transport.
  • Potential clients will be asked about any chronic health conditions that might increase risk of developing serious illness if exposed to COVID-19.  These include age > 65, chronic lung conditions (asthma, COPD, etc.), chronic heart conditions (CHF, ASHD, etc.) or any other condition (or treatment) that may cause immunocompromise (autoimmune conditions, immune-modulating therapies, etc.).
  • If a potential client has an acute respiratory infection, they will be advised to delay admission until they symptoms (including fever) have resolved and they have been cleared by their health care professional.
  • If a client does not meet any of the above they will be asked to check their temperature the night before and morning of admission and to notify Campobello right away if it is>100.3 F or if they feel they have a subjective temperature.
  • Additionally, potential clients will be asked if they have received this year’s seasonal flu vaccine.  If they have not, they will be encouraged to talk to their health care provider about receiving it prior to admission.

Campobello Residential Center 3250 Guerneville Road. Santa Rosa, CA 95401 (707) 579-4066 Toll free (800) 805-1833 Fax (707) 579-1603 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Campobello Corporate Office 2448 Guerneville Road. Suite 100. Santa Rosa, CA 95401 (707) 284-1235 Fax (707) 284-1236