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United StatesVirginia Spring Arbor Assisted Living
237 Fairview Street NW
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
www.springarborliving.com/va/leesburg/spring-arbor-of-leesburg
Organization Description: Senior Living for 92 elderly
Needs: Providing hands on care. Bathing, dressing, grooming, incontinence. Non Surgical Adult size
Contact Information
Susan Balinger
703 777 9300
United StatesVirginia The Carrington
2406 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg , Virginia 24501
thecarrington.org
Organization Description: We are a small nursing home in Lynchburg VA. We provide long and short term care to the elderly and disabled population. We are in need of mask to protect our staff and our residents.
Needs: Approximately 100 mask but any will help.
Contact Information
Angel Ferguson
4348463200
United StatesVirginia Chesterfield Heights Assisted Living
901 Madrona Street
Midlothian, Virginia 23114
Organization Description: To try to protect some of these elderly residents that won’t leave their rooms
Needs: 45 masks Adult size
Contact Information
Frankie Chambers
804-908-3915
United StatesVIrginia Hampton roads orthopaedics spine and sports medicine
730 thimble shoals Blvd ste 130
Newport News, VIrginia 23606
Www.hrosm.com
Organization Description: We are an orthopaedic physicians office and we treat fractures wounds tendon tears and perform MRI’s
Needs: 115 adult
Contact Information
Kimberly Hall
7577251470
United StatesVirginia Newport News Behavioral Health Center
17579 Warwick Boulevard
Newport News, Virginia 23603
www.newportnewsbhc.com
Organization Description: Newport News Behavioral Health Center provides psychiatric Crisis services for children and adolescents, ages 8 to 17, requiring acute hospitalization; and residential treatment for adolescents requiring longer term psychiatric treatment for substance use, trauma, depression, PTSD, emotional and behavioral issues.
Needs: 300 adult size
Contact Information
Kathy Parker
540-597-3660
United StatesVirginia Newport News Behavioral Health Center
17579 Warwick Boulevard
Newport News, Virginia 23185
www.newportnewsbhc.com
Organization Description: We have 108 beds serving children between 11-17 years if age who are in recovery from the effects of trauma, abuse, and neglect who exhibit severe behavioral disorders that require residential, psychiatric treatment. Additionally, we have 24 beds available to provide acute psychiatric care for children age 8-17.
Needs: We need masks to provide for our staff, who are all adults. The amount is considerable, as the staff we have can sometimes damage masks provided in the process of doing their work. We can always use donations. Our staffing is around 150 people actively working, and sometimes that number is higher.
Contact Information
Larry Kirkland
757-888-0400 ex. 300
United StatesVirginia Eastern Virginia Medical School - Street Health Initiative
2409A Bowdens Ferry Rd
Norfolk, Virginia 23508
www.evms.edu/education/resources/community-engaged_learning/street_health/
Organization Description: Street Health is one of 23 community-engaged learning initiatives currently running at EVMS. In this initiative, our medical students work alongside local physicians and community partners including faith-based organizations to provide clinical care, resources, and social support to our local homeless population. Services offered include wound care, chronic disease management, and primary care services which can lead to referrals to our student-run free clinic (HOPES) or other specialty services for more advanced/specialized care.
Needs: We are currently in need of 100 adult masks to distribute to our program participants who will be accessing our church-based telemedicine clinic and meal services.
Contact Information
Collette Dougherty
8587754033
United StatesVirginia Hospital for Extended Recovery
600 Gresham Drive, Suite 700
Norfolk, Virginia 23507
Sentara.com/hospitalforextendedrecovery
Organization Description: We are a Long-Term Acute Care Hospital, we specialize in patients that require ventilator care and complex medical needs.
Needs: We would truly appreciate the donation of 100 masks. Thank you so much.
Contact Information
Aimee Vergara
757-388-1700
United StatesVirginia Kempsville Center for Behavioral Health
860 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
www.kempsvillecbh.com
Organization Description: Kempsville Center specializes in child/adolescent, comprehensive behavioral health treatment. NPI#1942231063
Needs: N95 and surgical masks - we utilize 30-40 per week
Contact Information
Marie Renner
7574032929
United StatesVirginia Virginia Oncology Associates
5900 Lake Wright Dr
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
VirginiaCancer.com
Organization Description: VOA is a large organization that takes care of over 18,000 new Cancer and Hematology patients a year in Southeastern Virginia. We have 9 locations, 64 providers and over 650 employees. We provide Medical Oncology, Hematology, Radiation Oncology and Gynecology Oncology services to our patients.
Needs: We are in need of surgical masks, n95 masks and any help we can get. All adults sizes, but small, medium and large. Thank you for caring!
Contact Information
Maureen McGrath
7572135676
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