COVID guidelines for The Center

Coronavirus in Taiwan. The Center is still open.

We are all concerned about coronavirus (COVID-19) and what it will mean for those we love and ourselves. Even in these challenging times please know that we are still here at the Center to support you and to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

The Center guidelines COVID-19
Updated August 24, 2021

We are happy to welcome you to The Centersโ€™ Fall & Winter 2021.

It is important for us that you are safe when you attend our classes and tours. Also, the safety of students and teachers comes first. Therefore, we naturally follow the authorities’ guidelines and organize our activities so that it is medically safe for you to participate.

Guidelines for The Center activities

With the current situation, it is important that we all take the necessary precautions so that we can take the best possible care of each other. On this page, you can see an overview of the current restrictions. We update regularly if the restrictions for our activities should change.

When you participate in our classes, we kindly ask you to follow the health authorities’ general advice on the prevention of infection: Keep your social distance, sanitize your hands, wear a mask, limit physical contact and stay home if you have any symptoms.ย 

Indoor gatherings.

At the time of writing the number of people allowed to gather inside has been raised to 80 and outside to 300 people, keeping social distance and wearing masks.ย 

Hygiene for activities at the Center

Upon entering the Center you will be asked to scan the QR code and/or fill out a health declaration and sanitize. You should wear a mask at all times. The staff are wearing masks.

It is important that you sanitize your hands when you enter and leave the classroom – bring hand alcohol yourself – otherwise, we have at the Center.

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We follow the COVID-19 situation closely and update the guidelines regularly if necessary. We encourage you to also follow the authorities’ current recommendations and the latest updates here: www.cdc.gov.tw/En

Counseling

Please do not show up for your session prior to 10 minutes before.
Wear a mask and sanitize your hands. Please scan the QR code upon arrival and fill in the health declaration form.ย 

Chinese classes

We have cut back on the number of students that can attend the classes so that we can maintain social distancing.

Creative classes

We encourage to keep social distancing

Cooking

We encourage you to keep social distancing. The food will be shared on plates so that no one food is affected.

Tours arranged by the Center outside the Center.

Please comply with social distancing and current health and safety rules dictated by Taiwan Center for Disease Control.


Are you looking to book the vaccine please go to this post on how to register for your vaccine for help.

If you’re looking for strategies to implement yourself please read about How to deal with uncertainty during coronavirus or how to get creative to deal with anxiety.

Are you about to go into quarantine with kids please read the article that might help you get ideas for how to pass your time.

The Taiwan CECC has raised the COVID-19 alert level for Taipei and New Taipei City up to Level 3.ย The Center is taking some extra precautions to ensure everyone’s safety. Classes and activities are either being canceled, rescheduled, or offered online. The Center will reach out to you via email with more details. If you have an appointment scheduled for this week with a Center counselor, this will be changed to online when possible or canceled, your counselor will be in contact with you. The Center will continue to offer online and telephone support until we return to face-to-face services.

If you have any questions, please contact our team by

calling (02) 2836-8134 during office hours or email csc@communitycenter.org.tw

For counseling appointments please email counseling@communitycenter.org.tw

After-Hours Crisis Line (5.00 pm. – 9.00 am.) 0932-594-578

Stay safe everyone and stay tuned for updates from the Center on our webpage and social media.