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United StatesConnecticut UCP of Eastern CT
42 Norwich Road
Quaker Hill, Connecticut 06375
Organization Description: We are an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy. We provide in home and community-based healthcare and employment support services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Needs: We have 80 employees and 35 clients who are in need of masks with filter pockets. We could benefit from receiving one per person. Thank you so much!
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Jennifer Keatley
United StatesConnecticut Fairfield County House
1 Den Road
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
Organization Description: We are licensed as an assisted living and provide end of life care with round the clock nursing care in a residential like setting.
Needs: 25 adult masks
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Loretta Lacci
United StatesConnecticut Flagged LLC.
P.O.Box 341
West Haven, Connecticut 06516
Organization Description: We service homeless veterans providing clothing toiletries and resources to help them obtain quality of life.
Needs: We would like 100 - 500 for men, women and children
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Aubrey Davis
United StatesConnecticut Community Health Resources
2 Waterside Crossing, Suite 401
Windsor, Connecticut 06095
Organization Description: CHR is the most comprehensive, non-profit behavioral healthcare provider in Connecticut, offering a wide range of personalized services for children, families and adults whose lives have been touched by mental illness, addiction or trauma. Our largest outpatient offices are in Manchester and Enfield, with smaller offices throughout central and eastern Connecticut and several community-based programs. CHR’s mission is to help adults, children and families find Real Hope for the challenges of Real Life through an array of community- based mental health, substance use, child welfare, supportive housing, foster care, prevention and wellness services, and integrated care. Our name embodies our commitment to community-based care, instilling hope for a healthy, happy and productive future, and utilizing all available resources to achieve change. CHR is proud to provide services that achieve Real Quality with Real Results. CHR’s history dates back to the mid-1960’s, and since its creation, we have become a trusted community resource and well-respected service provider. Throughout our history, we have added new programs, grown into new locations, collaborated with other healthcare providers and recruited exceptional staff to meet the needs of the clients we serve. Today, we employ more than 800 experienced professionals, including licensed therapists, psychiatrists, child psychiatrists, case managers, and people with lived experience who provide expert care to more than 27,000 people every year. We are accredited by The Joint Commission, licensed by the state and have repeatedly been voted among the Top Workplaces in Connecticut by the Hartford Courant.
Needs: As many as possible. We have more than 800 employees and have transitioned as much of our services that we can to telehealth, but among our 80+ programs, more than half are community based and considered essential. We have team members who are supporting 24/7 crisis support hotlines. We have staff providing intensive outpatient and community based support for individuals with SPMI. We also have staff members who are going into our local correctional facilities and providing medication assistant treatment to prisoners on a daily basis. All adult staff.
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Katherine McDonald
United StatesDistrict of Columbia Professional Healthcare Resources
501 School Street SW Suite 200
Washington , District of Columbia 20024
Organization Description: Home Health/Hospice serving homebound, high risk patients (often with numerous comorbidities)
Needs: At least 200 Adult size. Thank you
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Susan Rhett
703 752 8734
United StatesDistrict of Columbia Howard University Hospital
2041 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20060
Washington DC, District of Columbia 20069
Organization Description: I work in a Perinatal Diagnostic Ultrasound Center... our patient volume has increased rather and not decreased during the COVID pandemic. I am a sonographer for Maternal Fetal Medicine. People are becoming pregnant and whether or not they have symptoms - we still must see them, for the health of the mother and the baby. We are reusing N-95 masks for 2 months now. We do not have anymore resources. We have already had 3 staff positive with COVID 19 in the past three weeks. Please, it would be so kind and helpful to have these masks...
Needs: Adult - maybe 10-15 we can reuse them
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Alyssa Diaz
United StatesDistrict of Columbia International Mayan League
1201 K St NW
washington DC , District of Columbia 20005
Organization Description: We are a Maya organization whose purpose is to promote, preserve, and transmit the cosmovision and worldview, culture, history, and contributions of our ancestors and the values of our traditional knowledge and stewardship of the earth into solutions and actions against current threats and violations affecting our peoples, the earth, and humanity. We are committed to creating a permanent link between our contemporary world and ancestral traditions, respecting the diversity of our Nation while building a shared vision with our peoples, and working closely with other indigenous peoples, organizations, and allies who support our beliefs and values. During the course of the pandemic, we noticed that several inequities took place towards indigenous communities and we have stepped up to address these inequities with the local government. We have been working to eliminate barriers for vaccine registration, addressing misinformation, providing equitable COVID-19 clinics, and providing resources in indigenous languages.
Needs: We will need 250 masks for adults and 100 masks for children ages 5+.
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John Cano
United StatesDIstrict of Columbia Joseph's House
1730 Lanier Place NW
Washington DV, DIstrict of Columbia 20009
Organization Description: We are and HIV/AIDS hospice and respite for homeless men and women. We provide compassionate and comprehensive nursing support and services in a home where love and friendship are the foundations for the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of our patients.
Needs: 10 adult masks (pleated if possible) 4 surgical gowns If possible!
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Julie Bramon
United StatesNew Mexico Pueblo of Acoma Community
PO Box 328
Acoma, New Mexico 87034
Organization Description: We are asking all those who can sew masks to consider donating. Face masks will be prioritized to the community elders and POA essential employees whose supplies are dwindling. The Navajo and Hopi need your support and are being decimated by COVID 19. We are not affiliated with Navajo Nation or Hopi Pueblo
Needs: 1000 adult
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Rebecca Riley
United StatesNew Mexico Duke City Recovery Toolbox
912 1st street Nw
Albuquerque , New Mexico 87102
Organization Description: We are a faith based methadone clinic
Needs: 100 or more
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Tia Leister
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