CAMP Rehoboth continues to prioritize the health and wellness of both our staff and our members during this global pandemic.   As we adhere to COVID guidelines, please note what activities are happening (or not happening) at CAMP.

What’s Happening at CAMP?

  • Individual appointments and meetings including HIV and STI Counseling, tax consultations with AARP, and counseling sessions.
  • Viewing of Art Exhibits, with your pod and by appointment.
  • Properly socially distanced outdoor events like the Handmade Art Market.
  • Small group meetings (10 or fewer people) in the Elkins-Archibald Atrium outside of regular office hours.
  • A wide variety of virtual programming! 

What’s Not Happening at CAMP  

  • Meetings of more than 10 people
  • Booking space for private events

Masks are required at CAMP Rehoboth.  Masks are required in the courtyard unless you are seated and eating.  We will continue to monitor relevant guidelines on reopening and update this document accordingly.  Please find additional COVID resources below.

Vaccinnations

Starting on March 17th, the vaccine list will be open to people 16-64 with high/moderate risk medical conditions. You will need to sign up with a medical provider. Beebe has opened their waiting list and has appointments available for this new group. Here is the link to get on this list: beebehealthcare.org/covid-19-vaccine#when-vaccinated

More information on timelines of who can get the vaccine:  coronavirus.delaware.gov/vaccine/vaccination-timeline

ADDITIONAL VACCINATION LINKS

District of Columbia

Virginia

Maryland

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and LGBTQ Communities

An Open Letter about Coronavirus and the LGBTQ Communities, National LGBT Cancer Network, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.

Read the article here

The Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Trans People Need to Know, National Center for Transgender Equality

Read the article here

Additional Delaware Resources 

CAPE Community Coordination for COVID-19: Cape Community Coordination for COVID-19 (CCC4COVID) is a coalition of civic and community organizations in the area served by the Cape Henlopen School District in Sussex County, Delaware, who are coordinating our local response to the COVID-19 virus.  Find out more at ccc4covid.org

Delawareans with questions about COVID-19 or their exposure risk can call the Division of Public Health’s Coronavirus Call Center at 1-866-408-1899 or TTY at 1-800-232-5460 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or email  DPHCall@delaware.gov . For the latest on Delaware’s response, go to  de.gov/coronavirus.

Beebe Healthcare - COVID-19 Resource Center 

Beebe Healthcare is offering  COVID-19 testing at several locations. Testing requires an order from a healthcare provider. Patients should contact their provider for screening to determine if testing is appropriate. 

Beebe has a COVID-19 Screening Line for those who DO NOT have a provider. Call 302-645-3200 to be screened for possible COVID-19 testing or another appropriate level of care.

Beebe COVID-19 Resource

Curative COVID testing

www.curative.com