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LT-3400.1525 COVID-19 Immunization Clinics U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that provide inoculations that help prevent individuals from contracting the COVID-19 virus, either to the general public or targeting critical workforce personnel and/or higher-risk priority groups. The vaccine is administered as two shots given with a needle, usually in the arm and separated by a period of weeks. The clinics may be walk-in sites (pharmacies, churches, community centers, outdoor tents) or locations in areas with curbside or drive-through options. Most sites require physical distancing, use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and enhanced sanitation efforts. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that provide inoculations that help prevent individuals from contracting the COVID-19 virus, either to the general public or targeting critical workforce personnel and/or higher-risk priority groups. The vaccine is administered as two shots given with a needle, usually in the arm and separated by a period of weeks. The clinics may be walk-in sites (pharmacies, churches, community centres, outdoor tents) or locations in areas with curbside or drive-through options. See also Clinical Trials Information (LT-1530.1500), Clinical Trials Research Projects (LT-1530.1550), COVID-19 Antibody Test Development (JP-1500.1520), COVID-19 Antibody Tests (LF-4900.1562), COVID-19 Control (JP-1500.1700-150), COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests (LF-4900.1565), COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kits (LF-4900.1567), COVID-19 Test Results Hotlines (LF-4900.1568), Diagnostic Blood Tests for Children's Inflammatory Illness (LF-4900.1710), Fraudulent COVID-19 Test/Vaccine/Treatment Reporting (FN-1700.1470-215), Public Health Order Violations Reporting (JP-6650), Vaccine Side Effects Reporting (JP-1500.9105), Wrongful Action Compensation Administration (FT-9900). = COVID-19 Immunizations = COVID-19 Innoculations = COVID-19 Shots NEW 01/13/21
FN-1900.8100 Specialized Crime Victim Assistance U.S. DEFINITION: Programs, usually provided by community agencies and independent of the police, that provide a variety of supportive services for victims of specific crimes and their families, particularly when related to family or sexual violence such as child abuse, sexual assault and elder abuse. Services may target specific groups such as children/youth, immigrants/refugees, Native Americans or other ethnospecific populations, and can include general emotional support, crisis counseling, and information about and assistance with police and court proceedings. Services may be available whether or not the victim has reported the crime to police. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs, usually provided by community agencies and independent of the police, that provide a variety of supportive services for victims of specific crimes and their families, particularly when related to family or sexual violence such as child abuse, sexual assault and elder abuse. Services may target specific groups such as children/youth, immigrants/refugees, First Nations or other ethnospecific populations, and can include general emotional support, crisis counselling, and information about and assistance with police and court proceedings. Services may be available whether or not the victim has reported the crime to police. = Crime Specific Victim Assistance NEW 01/12/21
RX-8470.8140 Sobering Centers U.S. DEFINITION: Facilities that provide a safe, supportive, environment for publicly intoxicated individuals, mostly uninsured, homeless or marginally housed, to become sober. Sobering centers provide services for alcohol-dependent individuals who may have secondary problems such as drug abuse/dependence, mental illness and/or medical issues. Goals for sobering centers include better care for homeless alcohol-dependent persons and improved health outcomes, a decrease in the number of inappropriate ambulance trips to the emergency department for homeless alcohol-dependent individuals, and creating an alternative to booking individuals arrested for public inebriation. The centers focus on non-violent public intoxication offenders age 18 and older with a length of stay from 3 to 14 hours per visit depending on the program and the program policy. Centers do not require a commitment to abstinence to receive services although referrals for additional services are available. Transportation to the centers is most often by ambulance, sobering center operated vans, or law enforcement. Vans operated by sobering centers are frequently staffed by EMTs trained to work with this population. Center staff may include medical staff members to screen clients for medical and behavioral health issues. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Facilities that provide a safe, supportive, environment for publicly intoxicated individuals, mostly uninsured, homeless or marginally housed, to become sober. Sobering centres provide services for alcohol-dependent individuals who may have secondary problems such as drug abuse/dependence, mental illness and/or medical issues. Goals for sobering centres include better care for homeless alcohol-dependent persons and improved health outcomes, a decrease in the number of inappropriate ambulance trips to the emergency department for homeless alcohol-dependent individuals, and creating an alternative to booking individuals arrested for public inebriation. The centres focus on non-violent public intoxication offenders age 18 and older with a length of stay from 3 to 14 hours per visit depending on the program and the program policy. Centres do not require a commitment to abstinence to receive services although referrals for additional services are available. Transportation to the centres is most often by ambulance, sobering centre operated vans, or law enforcement. Vans operated by sobering centres are frequently staffed by EMTs trained to work with this population. Centre staff may include medical staff members to screen clients for medical and behavioural health issues. See also Wet Shelters (BH-1800.8500-950). NEW 01/12/21
JP-1500.9300 Voluntary Isolation Centers U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that provide free, private accommodation for eligible individuals to temporarily self isolate, to protect themselves and the community in a health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Primarily for people who have been newly infected, and particularly people who are homeless, the centers may also welcome individuals at significant risk of infection from someone they share their home with (for example those in multigenerational households or living together in small spaces). Accommodation is usually in unoccupied hotel buildings. Residents remain alone in their room the entire duration of their stay, provided with meals, fresh linen and public health guidance. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that provide free, private accommodation for eligible individuals to temporarily self isolate, to protect themselves and the community in a health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Primarily for people who have been newly infected, and particularly people who are homeless, the centres may also welcome individuals at significant risk of infection from someone they share their home with (for example those in multigenerational households or living together in small spaces). Accommodation is usually in unoccupied hotel buildings. Residents remain alone in their room the entire duration of their stay, provided with meals, fresh linen and public health guidance. Transportation to and from the centre may be available. See also Quarantine/Isolation Orders (JP-1500.3300). = COVID-19 Related Voluntary Self Isolation Centers = COVID-19 Related Voluntary Self Isolation Centres NEW 01/12/21
RX-8470.8350-180 Drug Use Related Hotlines Programs that provide immediate assistance for people who have problems related to use of drugs or are at risk of a drug use disorder or a drug overdose. Services may include defusing the crisis, ensuring the person's safety and information about alternatives the person may explore to begin recovering. Drug abuse hotlines are also typically available to significant others of people who use drugs. Hotline staff can generally be reached via the telephone, email, live chat, texting and/or instant message (IM). = Drug Overdose Prevention Hotlines CHANGE 01/11/21
YJ-4860 Families and Friends of Individuals With an Internet Addiction The spouses, partners or other family members or friends of people who are having difficulty controlling their compulsion to spend time on the Internet. See also Internet Addiction (YF-5000.3300-360). = Families and Friends of People With an Internet Addiction NEW 01/08/21
PN-8100.2000-270 Families/Friends of Individuals With an Internet Addiction Support Groups Mutual support groups whose members are the spouses, partners or other family members or friends of people who are having difficulty controlling their their compulsion to spend time on the Internet. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet, and provide an opportunity for participants to share information, practical tips for daily living and encouragement about related issues. NEW 01/08/21
LT-1750.1620 COVID-19 Treatment U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that are staffed by specialists who provide comprehensive treatment services for individuals with moderate to severe symptoms for COVID-19, who are at risk of progressing to severe illness and hospitalization. The spectrum of medical therapies to treat COVID-19 is growing and evolving rapidly, including both drugs approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and drugs made available under FDA emergency use authorization (EUA). Current clinical management of COVID-19 consists of infection prevention and control measures and supportive care, including supplemental oxygen and mechanical ventilatory support when indicated. The FDA has approved one drug, remdesivir (Veklury), for the treatment of COVID-19 in certain situations, and a number of novel therapeutics (e.g., monoclonal antibodies) are available under EUA for early outpatient treatment. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that are staffed by specialists who provide comprehensive treatment services for individuals with moderate to severe symptoms for COVID-19, who are at risk of progressing to severe illness and hospitalization. The spectrum of medical therapies to treat COVID-19 is growing and evolving rapidly, including drugs being fast-tracked for review by Health Canada. Current clinical management of COVID-19 consists of infection prevention and control measures and supportive care, including supplemental oxygen and mechanical ventilatory support when indicated. Health Canada has approved one drug, remdesivir (Veklury), for the treatment of COVID-19 in certain situations. See also Contact Tracing Scam Reporting (FN-1700.1470-147), COVID-19 Antibody Test Development (JP-1500.1520), COVID-19 Antibody Tests (LF-4900.1562), COVID-19 Control (JP-1500.1700-150), COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests (LF-4900.1565), COVID-19 Immunization Clinics (LT-3400.1525), COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kits (LF-4900.1567), COVID-19 Test Results Hotlines (LF-4900.1568), Diagnostic Blood Tests for Children's Inflammatory Illness (LF-4900.1710), Fraudulent COVID-19 Test/Vaccine/Treatment Reporting (FN-1700.1470-215), Public Health Order Violations Reporting (JP-6650). NEW 01/07/21
BV-8950.3000 Internet Service Connection/Repair Commercial organizations that are responsible for processing Internet connection orders; installing, maintaining and repairing necessary equipment; activating service; accepting and responding to reports of outages or other problems; and billing and collection. See also Internet Service Provider Selection (TP-3350.3450-330), Internet Service Providers (BV-9000.3300). = Internet Service Outages Response = Internet Service Equipment Repair = Internet Service Repair NEW 01/07/21
PD-9000.1500 Canine DNA Test Kits Programs that provide access to kits that allow pet owners to determine their dog's breed mix and genetic health. After the kit has been registered, the process is usually to take a swab or two of the inside of the cheek pouch of the dog a couple of hours after they have eaten. The swabs are then allowed to dry out and then sent back to the lab for analysis. Owners receive the results from one to eight weeks later. Some veterinarians prefer to submit a blood sample, where they can be assured that large amounts of DNA are present. Test kits may also be available for cats, birds and other pets. = Canine DNA Testing Kits = Cat DNA Test Kits = Dog DNA Test Kits = Pet DNA Test Kits NEW 01/05/21

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