Coronavirus: Outbreak linked to addiction treatment center


Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County is investigating an outbreak of COVID-19 at Full Circle Recovery Services in Dayton.

There have been three confirmed cases linked to the outpatient addiction treatment center at 1725 E. Third St. Public Health said it received reports that the center conducted group sessions that did not comply with social distancing or mask requirements, according to a news release.

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Public Health said it is unable to identify all clients who may have been exposed and advises against visiting the facility until it can contact management to ensure proper procedures are being followed.

Anyone who has visited Full Circle Recovery in the past 14 days may have been exposed and could be infected. Public Health is asking those individuals to monitor themselves for symptoms and to contact their healthcare provider if symptoms develop.

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Anyone who thinks they have been exposed at Full Circle Recovery may call Public Health at 937-818-6715.

For help finding recovery services, call the Miami Valley Warmline at 937-528-7777 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, or Samaritan Behavioral Health’s CrisisCare for 24/7 assistance at 937-224-4646.