Tanager Place

Letter to our outpatient families

Updated April 2022

Tanager Place remains focused on the health, wellness and safety of staff and those we serve.

Tanager Place is following guidelines from trusted sources, including the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Linn County Public Health (LCPH). We’re taking comprehensive measures to ensure our services remain safe and provide the best possible care for your child.

Here are additional details about changes we have implemented:

Call us

If you are feeling unwell before your appointment, please call us and let us know.  We want to make sure you and all of our clients are safe.

Limiting the number of visitors

We are trying our best to limit the number of people in our offices, so we ask you please limit the number of family members present. If possible, leave family members and friends at home. We may ask non-essential accompanying people to stay in designated waiting areas.

How we’re serving you

Hand sanitizer is readily available to visitors throughout our building. We have always been dedicated to sanitizing every surface and room and continue to clean all surfaces with approved cleaning products. Unvaccinated visitors are encouraged to please wear a mask. 

We also are offering a variety of service delivery methods. Please speak with your direct service provider regarding services such as telehealth.

Tanager Place is working hard to maintain a clean environment to support your wellness, health and safety. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office. On behalf of our team, it is a privilege to serve you every day, and thank you for your continued trust and support.

We’re here to help.

If you (or someone with you) are experiencing a medical emergency, are in danger, or are feeling suicidal, call 911 immediately.

Crisis Call Center:
319-286-4545

Suicide Hotline:
800-273-8255

General Information:
319-365-9164