For Nurses Week, Kaiser South Bay Health Care Professionals Association (KSBHPA) led a donation drive for 1736 Family Crisis Center to support South Bay families and survivors in need. Contract Specialist Alejandra Navarro, RN, and Member Engagement Officer Kim Mullen, RN, spearheaded the effort.
KSBHPA President Javier Rodriguez, RN, tells us about their efforts #BeyondTheBedside and joins fellow UNAC/UHCP members in saying #TimesUp for domestic violence. #TimesUp4DV
On May 10, KSBHPA members delivered 30 boxes of donated supplies including underwear, grooming, and dental care to 1736 Family Crisis Center (1736 FCC). Donations were dropped off to Outreach Coordinator Michele Nadeau.
At 1736 FCC, abused women and children are sheltered for an average of one year and the organization provides a platform to get victims of domestic violence back to a safe and productive life.
This was done during Nurses Week and the South Bay team feels very humbled and blessed to have the opportunity to assist others.
What an amazing effort by UNAC UHCP South Bay!
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