Mikvah Appointments and Current Protocol

  • Please use this easy form to schedule your Mikvah Appointment.  We ask for the reservation to be at least 48 hours in advance.  If you are visiting and were not aware before, or if for some reason that was not possible, we will still always do our best to accommodate.  You can expect to hear back from our staff on the evening before your appointment to confirm details.  

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    We are excited to share the following!!! 
    After consultation with medical professionals and in collaboration with other mikvahs, we are able to resume some of the Pre-Covid experience for our Mikvah guests. 

    Please continue to fill out this form to schedule your appointment.  When you get your call back to set up your appointment, we will share with you what the changes are. For one… We are delighted to once again be able to provide your robes and towels, etc.  - you no longer need to bring from home. 

    Thank you for your patience and support during the last year.  We set our standards high and did everything to be able to keep the mikvah open the entire time keeping the safety of our guests a priority. Many of our guests have expressed appreciation for being able to have the peace of mind of knowing with  confidence that they were fully protected when coming here to Mikvah

    Please note that we will continue to keep this page (fully updated of course) as a place to sign up for appointments even after completely going back to regular.  

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  • We will take into consideration any time preferences you have as well as the needs of others.  We can't promise the exact time you request but will do our best to make it work for you.  

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  • Current Mikvah Guidelines for Health and Safety

    We are now back to supplying towels, robes, etc. and you may prepare at the mikvah!  The following is still in place until further notice... 

    • The guest will remove her towel or robe herself.  The attendant will make sure the immersion is Kosher and she will leave the Mikvah room before the guest comes out of the water.
    • If you have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, you may not use the Mikvah until you have been cleared by a doctor and checked with us.
    • If  you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive and/or meet the criteria for mandatory quarantine, you may not use the Mikvah for 14 days from the time of exposure.  This also applies to people who have traveled on a flight, or a cruise, or have been instructed according to CDC guidelines to self quarantine for any reason.
    • If you have even a slight fever, please do not use the Mikvah.  If you are unsure if you have a fever, you must take your temperature to check before coming.
    • We ask any guest who develops a confirmed case of COVID-19 within 14 days of their Mikvah visit, to please notify Chanie Fogelman Immediately so that we can take additional steps to ensure the safety of our guests.

    On our end, we are being scrupulous with sanitizing surfaces after each appointment.

    Our staff will be wearing a mask for your safety and you also need to wear a mask upon entering the building for everyone else's safety.  

    We thank you for working with us to keep our community safe and healthy!  For any further questions, please reach out to Chanie Fogelman by leaving a message on the mikvah line at 508-647-4855.  We will continue to consult with Rabbis and medical professionals as needed.

  • In addition to understanding the above guidelines for current use of the mikvah, and pursuant to our medical advisory we are asking everyone the following two questions.  We trust that you will answer honestly and if there is any change between now and the time of your appointment, please be sure to let us know.  Please remember that your response impacts the entire community.

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