COVID-19 is having a major impact on Oswego. As a community comprising many small businesses, we are profoundly affected by the current economic circumstances.
We also are, and always will be, a community that cares and looks out for one another. We’ve organized a directory of Oswego businesses and organizations facing difficult disruptions. We encourage Oswegoans to refer to it and shop locally as we pull through this time together.
Your Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help support you during this challenging period. If you are a Chamber business that is contending with recent developments, please share your announcement or update with us.
Family Counseling Service
Modified hours at Aurora and Oswego offices due to Coronavirus; as of 03/18/2020, hours will be 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM. Telehealth services available. Please call 630-844-2662.
In Order to Continue to provide our counseling and psychiatric services our facility will be doing telehealth services so we can continue to meet the needs of our current and new clients. We will not being seeing clients in the office to ensure that we adhere to recommendations to limit social contact, and doing everything we can to ensure the physical and mental health of people we care about. These services will be covered through insurances, and we know this will help continue to meet the needs of our community. Please contact us to set up an appointment time for telehealth.
Oswego Wellness will be monitoring communications from community partners and will follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (DPH).
To prevent the spread of coronavirus, we will:
Minimize person-to-person contact
Ask all staff members to wash their hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom or blowing their nose, coughing or sneezing.
All Oswego Wellness Groups including Come As You Are, A Little Help From My Friends, Who Run The World, and Here Comes the Sun are cancelled until further notice.
Use tele-health (G-Meet):
We will use G-Meet through the Google platform G-Meet on your computer or smartphone app. Your therapist will provide an invitation for your tele-health session via email as well as an informed consent form to be signed before your session. You can find a link for the tele-health consent fore here.
Tele-health is available through your insurance. Tele-health services are also available to all other patients at the out-of-pocket session rate.