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Shiloh City of Peace Foundation Inc

Viral Health & Safety Statement

Shiloh City of Peace Foundation and Guardianship Services of Kentucky Board have made it a top priority to keep our guests, residents, and volunteers are safe from the coronavirus (COVID-19). 


We believe it is important to communicate directly with you, to share the steps we are taking, and 

help keep those we serve, and our volunteers are safe and healthy.

  • Our Infection Prevention Team is monitoring up to date information about COVID-19 from the CDC (Center for Disease Control), the WHO (World Health Organization), the State of Kentucky and the Hardin County Health Department.
  • We are working closely with our state and local health officials to ensure that we are in full compliance with their directives through daily conversations and providing data about testing, screening, and results.
  • Our intake department is ensuring that we are receiving information on incoming clients that includes full screening about travel and method of travel within the last days. This includes the United States and all other countries. Exposure to anyone with symptoms, as well as their own symptoms.
  • All of our entire volunteer staff are routinely tested and have received or is encouraged to the COVID vaccine w/booster and daily temperature taking.
  • Personnel Protective Equipment is provided for all volunteers and masks are encouraged at all times at all facilities.
  • We will make safe transportation arrangements to avoid the exposure and to avoid large crowds.
  • Our health assessment has a testing protocol upon admission, including Viral PCR and Antigen testing multiple times on our residents to ensure the virus is not present or spreading.
  • In the event of isolation and quarantine, we have a team who will be working with these residents to ensure their safety, provide the same level of excellence that will not allow them to feel so isolated including socially distant activities.
  • We have adjusted our programming to maintain a contained environment adding activities and special groups that are also in compliance with the healthcare guidelines during this period.
  • Visitation is prohibited at this time and any vendors or outside workforce are required to be screened upon entry, wear masks, and are not permitted to be around any of the “guests”.
  • Our Case Management provides robust discharge planning and is in compliance with the Release of Information, issuing COVID-19 Toolkits, access to resources in the area of discharge, 24-hour support, telehealth sessions, and a list of “Stay at Home Activities”.
  • Our Care team continues to maintain a safe and sanitary environment including cleaning and disinfecting the facility three times a day using environmentally safe CDC approved cleaning agents and providing supplies that will support the prevention, i.e.: personal protective equipment and hand sanitizer throughout the facility including continually stepping up the existing hand-washing initiatives. Additionally, the facilities are sanitized using an electrostatic anti-viral solution.
  • We are ensuring that our volunteers have the tools and information that they need to stay healthy and well during this challenging time and “All Hands are On Deck” at all times. Our volunteers are dedicated to the safety and wellness of all of the residents, their families, guests, our affiliates, referral sources, each other and the community as a whole.
  • We are fully committed to doing our part to help keep the facility, community, and each volunteer safe in this time of uncertainty.
  • We continue as a team to gain strength from each other.

Updated 18 DEC 2022