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United StatesCA N Your Home Health Care
515 W. Main St., Ste. A
El Centro, CA 92243
nyourhomecare.com
Organization Description: Home Health Agency providing skilled nursing services to geriatric and pediatric patients in the comfort of their own home in both Imperial County and Riverside County. We perform wound care continuously in the homes of several patients, Physical Therapy, bathing and everyday tasks for people who can not care for ourselves. Our nurses are as equally important to us as is our patients. This is why we are seeking help, as a small locally owned and operated business, we are struggling to meet the PPE needs of our staff to keep them and our patients safe. Please help. Thank you, N Your Home Health Care
Needs: 600 Adult
Contact Information
Nakisha Gardner
760-222-6608
United StatesCA Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center
101 N Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
mendocinochc.org
Organization Description: Best known as Hospitality House, we have been operating a shelter for the homeless here since 1986. The community has been supporting us to feed and accommodate people in need for 32 years. In recent years, the Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center has added additional services for the homeless and mentally ill in our community - including Transitional Housing projects, case management services, vocational services, mental health services, and more. In 2015, though a Community Development Block Grant from the City of Fort Bragg, and a large donation, MCHC acquired the Hospitality Center facility at 101 N. Franklin Street in Fort Bragg.
Needs: Adult Size x 1000, child size x 250
Contact Information
Paul Davis
7079610172
United StatesCA Horizon Services
24051 Amador St
Hayward , CA 94544
Horizonservices.org
Organization Description: We are a substance use treatment organization serving clients experiencing homelessness and those who are low income. We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care to over 5000 youth and adults annually.
Needs: 500 adult masks (120 staff + clients one to wear and one to wash)
Contact Information
Christy Hayes
5419084857
United StatesCA Lennox School District
10319 Firmona Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90304
Www.Lennox.k12.ca.us
Organization Description: We are a K-8th grade low income school district.
Needs: We are required by law to individually test “One-on-one, all new students entering our district as well as all kindergarten students. Face masks for students (approx 6,000) and face shields (approx 1,000) for adults.
Contact Information
Michele Lopez
310/695-4003
United Statesca Atlantic Memorial Health Care Center
2750 Atlantic Ave
Long Beach , ca 9086
atlanticmemorial.com
Organization Description: Skilled Nursing facility
Needs: Face shields 100 adult size
Contact Information
April Infante
5627602199
United StatesCA New Hope Home
1150 E. New York St.
Long Beach, CA 90813
https://solari-ent.com/places/long-beach/section-8/new-hope-home/
Organization Description: We are a low-income, senior/disabled community housing. We have a total of 150 residents living in the building.
Needs: Anywhere from 150-300 masks would be amazing!
Contact Information
Joya Corr
508-942-9339
United StatesCA Christ Unity Manor
615 S. Manhattan Place
Los Angeles, CA 90005
www.apertoliving.com
Organization Description: We are a project based section 8 / low income senior housing (62+). We have 156 units and approx. 280 residents living in our community.
Needs: Our resident have limited resources. Unable to find masks in local stores. All senior programs and activities are discontinued. I thought that giving them pretty masks to use will bring them a bit of happiness.
Contact Information
Judy Kim
213-487-4400
United StatesCA LACHC
311 Winston ST
Los Angeles, CA 90013
www.lachc.com
Organization Description: Located less than five minutes from Skid Row, our flagship clinic offers judgment-free medical, dental and behavioral health care. Joshua House Clinic is staffed full-time to meet the needs of the uninsured, homeless and shelter populations in Downtown Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.
Needs: to protect against the CV
Contact Information
Katy White Joshua House Clinic
213-893-1960
United StatesCA Martin Luther King Jr Community Hospital
1680 E 120th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90059
Mlkch.org
Organization Description: It’s the hospital I work at that has the shortages
Needs: 500 adult masks
Contact Information
Nicole Babaran
8182747357
United StatesCA Share-A-meal
1431 W. Jefferson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007
https://www.shareameal.net/
Organization Description: Share A Meal is a non-profit who's mission is to build caring communities through mobile kitchens selflessly sharing meals and basic necessities with the underserved. On every week day, this organization serves 200 free meals to homeless individuals in Los Angeles.
Needs: 1000
Contact Information
Zoe Bautista
2096402939
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