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We need supplies to help people stay safe until a more permanent housing, treatment, or sober living solution is available.
This project focuses on the continuation and expansion of the Zoned 4 Re-Entry Certification Program, an innovative partnership with the District Attorney’s office of Cobb County, Georgia. The DDF Zoned 4 Re-Entry Certification Program partners with local rehabilitative programs to provide evidence-based services that will assist individuals whose substance use disorders have kept them from living their best lives possible. The program focuses on comprehensive support for individuals recently
We need gift cards to help people in recovery from substance use disorder get back on their feet or deal with temporary emergencies. Examples we need are: $50 Grocery only Gift Card $50 Home Depot/Lowe's Gift Card $25 Gas Only gas station gift cards
Food Security for America’s refrigerated truck is a 2001 (not a typo) model with 192,000+ miles, mounting annual repairs, a refrigeration control unit so old that parts are no longer available, and a body whose insulation is shot. Due to COVID-19 crisis FSA has increased the number of sites and families served. This increased need, which will continue indefinitely, means that a reliable truck is more important than ever. Please help us raise $45,000 to purchase a newer model, lower-mileage re
Due to the school closures caused by the pandemic and the COVID‐19 infection, the sudden switch to distance learning and growing economic uncertainties are causing chronic stress in the homes of our students. Subsequently we are modifying the way that we stay connected to our students by offering virtual counseling (both individual and groups), phone conferences to assess needs of the family and consistent “check‐ins” with students who were meeting with social workers individually. Repor
The COVID-19 Relief Fund will be used where it is needed most across Wellstar Health System for priorities related to COVID-19, including: expanded COVID-19 testing and lab equipment; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including face shields, gowns, N95 surgical masks, Powered Air Purifying Respirators and Filters, etc.; ICU beds; Defibrillators; adult and pediatric Crash Carts; and ventilators. To give to the Wellstar COVID-19 Relief Fund online, visit wellstar.org/covid19relief
Through charitable contributions to the WellStar Foundation, the Team Member Emergency Assistance Fund aims to financially assist WellStar Team Members who have experienced an unforeseen crisis in their life. The fund is administered by The Center for Family Resources (CFR), where CFR social workers manage the interview and needs assessment process for our Team Members. While this fund has been in place for many years, the economic impact of COVID-19 to our communities has hit the homes of many
We identified a need to further extend that initiative to support our team members at home. This has been a trying economic time, and the impacts have been felt within some of their families. Therefore, Wellstar leadership created food pantries at each facility to allow team members a chance to “shop” for essentials after their shifts. We appreciate support of this initiative in the form of paper goods/non-perishable foods or monetary donations o the Wellstar Foundation to offset the cost
The Wellstar Information Technology team has been assigned the task of deploying tablets (i.e. android or The Wellstar Information Technology team has been assigned the task of deploying tablets (i.e. android or ICU setting. These tablets will be used for COVID-19+ patients and Patient Under Investigation (PUI) isolation ICU patients to allow patient/families to have virtual visits (even if the patient cannot speak), to allow clinicians to speak with family members about the patient’s status a
We are seeking immediate funding sources to provide COVID-19 Safety Kits to 100,000 individuals throughout our communities, addressing significant health disparities. These kits will include a face mask, instructions on making homemade face masks, hand sanitizer, resource lists/links for financial and food assistance, and culturally sensitive content on physical distancing and hand washing. Our intent is to partner with the following local agencies and existing partners to distribute these kits:
PPE per hospice patient per visit is approximately $35.00. Between March 1, 2020 - May 1, 2020, Weinstein Hospice team members have made 80 visits to 7 patients who live in Cobb County. Total un-budgeted PPE cost to date is approximately $2,800.00.
PPE per hospice patient per visit is approximately $35.00 (N-95 mask, gloves, gown and face shield). Between March 1,2020 - May 1, 2020, Weinstein Hospice team members made 80 patient care visits to 7 patients living in Cobb County. Total unbudgeted PPE cost to date is approximately $2,800.00. In 2019 (January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019) Weinstein Hospice cared for 18 patients who lived in Cobb county and made a total of 770 visits. Based on this information, we anticipate our need for 2020 t
To help meet the acute care needs of cancer patients receiving hospice care from Weinstein Hospice. Out of almost 200 hospice organizations in Georgia, Weinstein Hospice is one of only a handful of non-profit hospices. Due to the very high cost of care for cancer patients, hospices in our state often have conflicting goals; To maximize profit and provide good patient care. Often, these two goals are at odds with one another. Physicians and hospitals in the Atlanta area refer more cancer patients
Donations are needed at this time to support two priority areas: 1) The Care of Our Horses: We are fortunate to have incredible volunteers who continue to work daily with our 16 therapy horses. However, the expenses to provide for feed, hay, veterinarian visits, dental care, and farrier continue despite whether or not the horses are being used for services. Donate by coping and pasting this link in your browser: https://www.mckennafarms.org/donate
The Center for Children and Young Adults (CCYA) is a local youth "home" with 42 beds where children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned live because they have no family or foster family to care for them. Some children "live" at CCYA for 3 to 4 years. Join us in helping these children. Shelter-in-place has increased the children’s Food & Supervision Needs and our Essential Workers who are caring for these children 24/7 need our help. Please donate to CCYA’s COVID-19 GO FUND