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To All Employees:

On March 23rd, Governor Holcomb issued an “Immediate Stay at Home” order for all of Indiana effective ‪March 24, 2020 at 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. on April 6, 2020.‬ This is to inform you that Apex Behavioral Services will continue to stay open because it falls within the definition of an “Essential Business or Operations” as described in Governor Holcomb’s order.

For those positions that must be done outside your home, you should continue to report to work for your usual shift or work schedule. If you are already working from home, please continue those work arrangements.

This is a critical juncture for Apex Behavioral Services’ business, and we have heard from many of you that you are concerned about being out of work. Our intent is to continue operating, in keeping with our understanding of applicable law and the guidance provided by public health authorities.

Your safety is important to us. As we continue to take preventative measures, please remember if you are in the workplace to wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, wipe down work surfaces, and maintain social distancing if possible. Also, notify us if you are unable to work because you are sick or for other reasons related to the coronavirus (e.g. quarantine, isolation, care for a family member diagnosed with Covid-19 etc.).

Apex is currently in the process of completing employee letters for use while commuting to & from work.

If you have questions about this communication, please speak with a member of management.

Thank you for all that you are doing during this great time of need!!!
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