RVCC is committed to continuing to provide quality services to our clients and members of the community during this critical time. All our offices are open. There has been no interruption in providing therapeutic counseling services. In addition to our regular daily cleaning and disinfecting protocol of all our offices, we are taking additional precautions to maintain healthy office environments.
RVCC is currently offering Telehealth services as a service delivery option. Talk to one of our caring and professional therapists using your computer, mobile device, or your home phone. Students currently receiving school-based therapy have the option of meeting with thier therapist at one of our four offices or utilizing Telehealth during school closure.
Call our Central Inatke Department for more information at (413)540-1234 or email them at RVCC_CI@holyokehealth.com
We have adjusted our regular clinic hours during Coronavirus 19.
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RVCC Director of School-based Clinical Services, Alexa Mignano, MS, LMHC, shared her thoughts with MassLive regarding the impact telehealth has had on providing services to current and new clients seeking support during COVID-19.
Gov. Charlie Baker announced students will not be returning to their classrooms for the rest of this school year. Concerns about the social and mental health impact of this decision has many parents asking what they can do to help. RVCC Director of School-based Clinical Services, Alexa Mignano, LMHC, shared her thoughts and suggestions with Western Mass News.