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Organization Description: 277-bed psychiatric in-patient unit with over 900 staff - we admit patients requiring treatment for mental illness as well as those court-ordered for evaluations and treatment.
Needs: at least 1500 masks would be helpful for staff to use and reuse after washing as we have about 10 days' supply of the disposable surgical masks and unable to procure any at this time - all adult sizes.
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United StatesVIrginia Legacy Hospice
1963 Second St
Richlands, VIrginia 24641
Organization Description: We are a non-profit, small hospice agency in a small rural area of Virginia.
Needs: We have approximately 30 adults on staff, with less than 5 per staff of disposable surgical masks at the present time. We are currently serving about 50 patients in a 4 county area.
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Kristen Thompson-Whitt, FNP
United StatesVirginia Dynamic mobile imaging
1100 Welborne Dr.
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Organization Description: We are a mobile x-ray/ultrasound company. We service many types of facilities and businesses, but our main clients are assistant livings/nursing homes. We come in contact with high risk patients and are running low on PPEs, like most health care workers.
Needs: Adult size. Unknown employee count
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April Foster
United StatesVirginia Sewing For Native Nations
PO Box 803
Sandston, Virginia 23150
Organization Description: We are a international group of maskmakers providing masks to 20 different location, throughout Arizona, California, Maryland, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, Oregon and Washington,
Needs: 400,000 masks: Adult - 225,000 Teen - 88000 Child - 87000
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Mary Baker
United StatesVirginia Eastern State Hospital
4601 Ironbound Rd
Williamsburg , Virginia 23188
Organization Description: State mental health hospital for 300 patients
Needs: We have 700 staff of nurses and other medical professionals in need of PPE. Adult sizes.
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Jackie Spiker
United StatesVirginia Spring Arbor of Williamsburg
935 Capitol Landing Rd.
Williamsburg , Virginia 23185
Organization Description: Spring Arbor is an assisted living and memory care community in Williamsburg caring for ~80 residents with 24 hour care provided by our resident care staff. Given the age and fact that our residents need assistance with activities of daily living, our residents are very vulnerable to any illness or disease. Given the current situation with COVID-19 we are taking extra precautions to keep our residents safe and these facemasks would be highly appreciated.
Needs: Adult size masks
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Linda Schiavone
United StatesVirginia Spring Arbor of Winchester
2093 Northwestern Pike (US 50W)
Winchester, Virginia 22603
Organization Description: Senior living, assisted living and memory care
Needs: Adult size needed. Please do sew the elastic hairbands in place. Masks can be mailed in or dropped off on site; please call first before coming by the community. Thank you so much for your willingness to help our seniors!
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Kathy Thames
United StatesVT The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.
PO Box 1249
Montpelier, VT 05601-1249
Organization Description: The Institute of Professional Practice provides residential supports and services for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Needs: We have 700 employees who have direct contact with individuals who are medically fragile, elderly and who live with disabilities. We provide personal care, medicine administration, and residential supports. Having masks for our staff will help keep staff and individuals safer while working and living close together.
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Judith Parrish
United StatesWA The Sophia Way
11211 Main St Care of Red Lion Hotel
Bellevue, WA 98004
Organization Description: We run three women homeless shelters.
Needs: We go though 700 masks a week
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Megan Duncan
United Stateswa Western Washington Medical Group
4225 Hoyt Ave Suite D
Everett, wa 98203
Organization Description: We are a family medicine group that cares for patients from birth to end of life.
Needs: There are 10 adults in our clinic alone. We do have many other clinics as well.
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Patricia Moore
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