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United StatesCalifornia Project Access
130 N Citrus Ranch Road
Anaheim, California 92805
Organization Description: Project Access is a social service agency that provides on-site social services in low-income housing communities. Within these housing communities are Family Resource Centers that provide services to residents living on the property. Those services include services such as a daily after school program where children of the residents are aided with homework, are given a lunch or a snack, and the opportunity to be involved in interactive activities. The center also offers information and referral services to connect and assist clients in getting the help that they need. PA also offers and creates monthly educational and interactive presentations, events, and activities for all residents who wish to participate.
Needs: Our Family Resource Center offers food distribution programs, grab and go's, and tabling events. All require facial coverings and social distancing to be followed in order to participate. A mask donation would go a long way to be able to provide our residents masks if they are in need.
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Bianca Casillas Zavala
United StatesCalifornia Project Access-The Palms
733 janss st
anaheim, California 92805
Organization Description: The Project Access Family Resource Center at The Palms Apartments opened its doors in the spring of 2006 to serve the individuals, seniors and families that live in the 338-unit apartment community. The Family Resource Center is open on Monday-Friday’s from 9:00pm-5:30pm and on for a total of 40 hours a week
Needs: adults and children
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Cassandra Chavira
(657) 5490406
United StatesCalifornia Reliable Hospice
4175 E. La Palma Ave. Suite 100
Anaheim, California 92807
Organization Description: We are a hospice company caring for terminally ill geriatric patients who we visit daily in their residences.
Needs: We need masks for our 30 nurses and nurse aides who makes daily visits. 300 Adult size masks
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Tet Bocala
(714) 395-4694
United StatesCalifornia Brighter Beginnings
2213 Buchanan Road, suite 103
Antioch, California 94509
Organization Description: We are a FQHC LAL and have 2 community clinics in Antioch and Richmond that offer primary care, prenatal, pediatric, behavioral health and health education to the underserved populations in our communities. We also have a behavioral health agency in Oakland California that focuses on family education.
Needs: We need about 75 for all three sites so we can continue to serve our communities. Adult only. These will be given to providers, medical assistance, health educators and other clinic and BH staff.
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Wendy Escamilla
United StatesCalifornia Westview Healthcare Center
12225 Shale ridge lane
Auburn , California 95655
Organization Description: Skilled Nursing Facility offering skilled nursing services and rehabilitation to adult patients. We have a very high number of "at risk" patients due to age and other co-morbidities.
Needs: About 200 adult size masks please. Thank you very much.
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Julianna Namujuzi
United StatesCalifornia Mercy Dignity Hospital
2215 Truxtun Ave
Bakersfield, California 93301
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emmly pyun
United StatesCalifornia Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park
1011 Baldwin Park Blvd, Baldwin Park, CA 91706
Baldwin Park , California 91706
Organization Description: Health care organization. Direct patient care (acute hospital)
Needs: We are in need of surgical masks and n95 masks, any other protective equipment. The staff are being asked to bring their own masks in order to remain protected. Administration is limiting the distribution and availability of protective equipment.
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Perla Perla
United StatesCalifornia Valley InterCommunity Council
365 W. Alameda Ave. Unit 105
Burbank, California 91506
Organization Description: VIC- Valley InterCommunity Council Non-Profit Organization has veen offering meals, transportation, case management, and other services since 1964 all over the San Fernando Valley. Since the Pandemic, we have closed down 15 of our Satellite Sites and have turned our 4 Multi-Purpose Senior Centers into distribution sites delivering meals to every senior in need within our community. VIC's goal is to ensure that our seniors not only receive a nutritious meal, have access to services needed for health, wellness, and dignity, but that the elemen of "human connectivity" is included. With your donation, we will be able to continue our mission safely.
Needs: Since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have served over 700,000 meals to Older Adults in need which requires several drivers and volunteers. We would like to request 5,000 masks or whatever you would be able to donate for Seniors, Staff, and Volunteers to be safe while serving and receiving meals. We realize this is a big "ask" but whatever your organization can do, would really be helpful so that we can keep our most vulnerable community safe during this unprecedented time.
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Tammy Reese Williams
United StatesCALIFORNIA Balance Treatment Center
Calabasas, CALIFORNIA 91302
Organization Description: We are Balance Treatment Center. We offer residential and outpatient mental health treatment throughout California.
Needs: We are looking for masks for our nurses, mental health technicians and residential support staff. As well, we are re-opening our facilities from tele-health to in-person. We are looking for masks for our therapists and now clients. Also, looking for face shields so that our clients can see the therapists face during treatment. Thank you for your consideration.
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Carrie Cusack
United StatesCalifornia Project Access at VIA 425
425 E Carson St
Carson, California 90745
Organization Description: An on-site resource center located within a low income housing community that serves families, adults and seniors. We offer education, employment, food and other financial resources as well as in-person services (except during covid, everything but food or supply deliveries has been virtual)
Needs: We have approximately 330 residents, 77 of them are children.
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Brianna Cultice
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