"This business includes a partial hospitalization program for people with mood and anxiety disorders. Currently there is an in-person cohort of patients that is over 15 people. These patients are put in one room together and, due to the size of the space, 6 feet of social distancing is not an option. Patients and staff are wearing masks but many do not wear them correctly. During lunches, patients are not social distancing AND not wearing masks. The organization has not done it's due diligence to hire more providers to split groups into more reasonable sizes, despite employee feedback that it was required by the state and putting employees and patients in danger." - Anonymous
The aforementioned complaint was filed in Seattle, Washington on Monday May 18, 2020 with some agency against Eating Recovery Center/Insight Behavioral Health saying, Essential business not following social distancing requirements. No email address was given and no phone number was given.