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Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Client Information and Updates

HARRIS COUNTY CSCD CLIENT INFORMATION

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Education Classes

In order to ensure the health safety of our clients and staff members all Thinking for a Change, Effective Decision Making, Misdemeanor Marijuana Diversion Program, Retail Theft, DWI Education, Drug Offender Education, and DPTI Education classes will be suspended beginning Monday, March 16 for the next 30 days. Clients will be notified once classes are scheduled to resume.  

Clases de Educacion

Para garantizar la seguridad sanitaria de nuestros clients y el personal todos Pensando  Por Un Cambio, Toma de Decisiones Efectiva, Delito Prorgrama de Desvio de Marihuana , Robo por menor, Educacion DWI , Educacion para delincuentes de drogas, Y clases de Educacion DPTI sera suspendido comenzando el Lunes, Marzo 16 por los proximos 30 dias. Los clients seran notificados una vez que las clases esten programadas para reanudarse.

Web Reporting

If you have not created a web reporting account on cssreporting.com, please contact your officer for instructions 

Informes Web

Si no ha creado una cuenta de informes web en cssreporting.com, Comuniqueses con su official para obtener instrucciones de informes Web. 

 

 

HARRIS COUNTY CSCD

REMOTE REPORTING

 

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Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Harris County CSCD is taking additional measures to ensure the safety of our clients and their families. If clients are unable to report to their CSO's as usual,  ALL regularly scheduled visit will occur via Skype for Business. Below are the instructions for downloading the app on your device.

 

1. Download the Skype for Business app on your device.

Apple: Skype for Buniness Apple

Android: Skype for Business for Android

The Skype for Business app is free. Please be aware that this will utilize your data plan. If you do not have an unlimited data plan, it is recommended to utilize Wi-Fi connectivity.

When using the Skype for Business app for the first time, you must click "Allow" or "Accept" on all permissions (microphone, camera, etc.) requested and for the license agreement.

2.  Once your officer has set up a meeting, you will receive an email with the link. Click 'Join Skype Meeting' after downloading the app. Clicking the link will open up the Skype for Business App

3.  Click 'Join as Guest' in Skype for Business.
4.  Enter your name and hit the blue arrow to connect 

5.  You will see a message " Welcome. You are now in the lobby". Please be patient; your officer will connect you to the conversation soon. 

6.  Once connected, press the blue button on the screen that looks like a camera. This will turn on your camera and allow your officer to see you during the meeting.  You'll also be able to see your officer when they turn on their webcam.

 

HOUSTON AND HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH CARE INFORMATION

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Click here to access Healthcare Information

​El día de hoy el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado Harris, HCPH por sus siglas en inglés, en asociación con Harris Health anunció un recurso de centro de llamadas para residentes en el Condado Harris no incorporado y quienes no tienen un proveedor de atención médica y necesitan acceso a atención relacionada con el coronavirus. A partir del martes 10 de marzo, la línea "Ask My Nurse" proporcionará ayuda para acceder a evaluaciones de síntomas y niveles adecuados de atención en un entorno clínico. El Condado Harris también contará con una línea telefónica con personal de salud pública que estará disponible para responder preguntas del público en general sobre la enfermedad coronavirus (COVID-19).

Residentes sin acceso a atención médica pueden llamar a la línea de selección para preguntas relacionadas con COVID-19 al 713-634-1110 de 9 am a 7 pm, los siete días de la semana. Personal de enfermería estarán disponibles para brindar atención en inglés y en español. Por favor, tome en cuento lo siguiente. A los residentes del Condado Harris con acceso a atención médica, se les pide que utilicen su proveedor para una evaluación adicional y asesoramiento clínico para garantizar que este recurso limitado esté reservado para aquellos sin acceso. 

 

Además de proporcionar este servicio de selección para quienes no tienen acceso a la atención, el Condado Harris también ampliará su capacidad para responder preguntas del público en general con respecto a COVID-19. Para obtener los números de teléfono más recientes del centro de llamadas del condado de Harris, el condado de Fort Bend, la ciudad de Houston y el estado de Texas, los residentes deben visitar ReadyHarris.orgwww.hcphtx.org

​Harris County Public Health (HCPH), in partnership with Harris Health announced a call center resource for residents in unincorporated Harris County who do not have a healthcare provider and who need access to coronavirus-related care. Beginning on Tuesday, March 10th, the Ask My Nurse line will provide help with access for symptoms assessments and referral to appropriate levels of care in a clinical setting. Harris County will also staff a call line with public health staff who will be available to answer questions from the general public about coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Residents without access to healthcare can call the triage line for COVID-19-related questions at 713-634-1110 from 9am-7pm, 7 days a week. Nurses will be available to provide care in both English and Spanish. (Please note: Harris County residents with access to health care are asked to use their provider for further evaluation and clinical advice to ensure this limited resource is reserved for those without access.) 

 

In addition to providing this triage service for those without access to care, Harris County will also be expanding its capacity to answer questions for the general public regarding COVID-19. For the latest call center phone numbers for Harris County, Fort Bend County, the City of Houston, and the State of Texas, residents should visit ReadyHarris.org or www.hcphtx.org

 

     COVID-19 PREVENTION AND REPORTING

 COVID-19 PREVENCION E INFORMES

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​Human coronaviruses are most commonly spread through respiratory droplets. Harris County residents are reminded to take the same measures that are recommend annually to prevent the spread of the flu and other respiratory viruses.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick. Keeping a sick child at home prevents the spread of illness in the school and community and allows your child an opportunity to rest and recover.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
​Los coronavirus humanos se transmiten con mayor frecuencia a través de pequeñas gotas respiratorias. Por lo que se recuerda a los residentes del Condado Harris que tomen las mismas medidas que se recomiendan anualmente para prevenir la propagación de la gripe y otros virus respiratorios.
  • Lavarse las manos con frecuencia con agua y jabón durante al menos 20 segundos. Si no hay agua y jabón disponibles, use un desinfectante para manos a base de alcohol.
  • Evite tocarse los ojos, la nariz y la boca con las manos sin lavar.
  • Evite el contacto cercano con personas que están enfermas.
  • Quédese en casa cuando esté enfermo. Mantenga a los niños enfermos en casa para evitar la propagación de enfermedades en la escuela y la comunidad. Así mismo, le brinda a su hijo la oportunidad de descansar y recuperarse.
  • Cúbrase la boca y la nariz cuando tosa o estornude.
  • Limpie, desinfecte objetos y superficies que se tocan con frecuencia. Si bien HCPH entiende que los residentes pueden estar preocupados, hasta el momento la evidencia sugiere que la mayoría de las personas que se han infectado con COVID-19 solo experimentan síntomas leves a moderados y se recuperan por completo.
  • Los síntomas incluyen fiebre, tos y falta de aliento. Las personas con mayor riesgo de complicaciones graves son personas de la tercera edad y personas con afecciones de salud latente.

 

COVID-19 PREVENTION AND REPORTING

 COVID-19 PREVENCION E INFORMES

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​While HCPH understands residents may be concerned, evidence so far suggests that most people who have become infected with COVID-19 only experience mild to moderate symptoms and fully recover. Symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. People at higher risk for serious complications are the elderly and those with underlying health conditions.

HCPH advises the public to call their local health department for questions as information and guidance may vary. Regional resources for both clinical-related questions and general questions about the virus are available below:

For Harris County Residents:
Harris County Public Health (HCPH) | www.hcphtx.org\COVID-19 | www.ReadyHarris.org | 832-927-7575* (*This number is staffed 9 a.m. to 7p.m. everyday)

For City of Houston Residents:
Houston Health Department | www.HoustonHealth.org | www.HoustonEmergency.org | 832-393-4220* (*This number is staffed 9 a.m. to 7p.m. M-F, 9am-3pm on Sat.)

For Fort Bend County Residents:
Fort Bend County Health & Human Services | www.fbchealth.org/ncov | 281-633-7795* (*This number is Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm) 

 

Harris Health System:
www.harrishealth.org | Ask-My-Nurse | 713-634-1110* (*This number is 9am-7pm, everyday clinical-related questions only)

 

​HCPH aconseja al público que llame a su departamento de salud local para hacer preguntas, ya que la información y orientación pueden variar. Los recursos regionales para preguntas clínicas y preguntas generales sobre el virus están disponibles a continuación:

Para los residentes del Condado Harris:
Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado Harris (HCPH) | www.hcphtx.org \ COVID-19 | www.ReadyHarris.org | 832-927-7575 * (* Este número tiene personal de 9 a.m. a 7 p.m. todos los días)

Para los residentes de la Ciudad de Houston:
Departamento de Salud de Houston | www.HoustonHealth.org | www.HoustonEmergency.org | 832-393-4220 * (* Este número cuenta con personal de 9 a.m. a 7 p.m. de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 3 p.m. el sábado)

Para los residentes del Condado Fort Bend:
Salud y servicios humanos del condado Fort Bend | www.fbchealth.org/ncov | 281-633-7795 * (* Este número es de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m.)

Harris Health System:
www.harrishealth.org | Pregunte a mi enfermera | 713-634-1110 * (* Este número es de 9 a. m. A 7 p. m., solo para preguntas clínicas diarias)

 

 

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