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|SFGH Rally To Stop the DPH from displacing the mentally ill from Behavioral Health Center|
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|Date||Thursday August 22|
|Time||12:00 PM - 12:30 PM|
|Organizer/Author||IFPE Local 21, SEIU. 1021|
|SFGH Behavioral Health Center at 887 Potrero St. between 21st. & Potrero at 12:30 PM.|
Stop the DPH from displacing the mentally ill from the Behavioral Health Center’s Adult Residential Facility and end outsourcing healthcare worker jobs.
On Thursday August 22 at 12:30 there will be protest rally against the displacing of the mentally ill and outsourcing at SF General Hospital Assisted Residential Facility. The DPH and London Breed are closing 37 permanent housing beds.
The SEIU1021 and IFPTE local 21 rally will be held at the SFGH Behavioral Health Center at 887 Potrero St. between 21st. & Potrero at 12:30 PM.
Rally Thursday August
Stop the SF Department of Public Health from displacing the mentally ill from the Behavior Health Center’s Adult Residential Facility and outsourcing healthcare worker jobs.
The SF Department of Public Health (SFDPH) is displacing severely mentally ill residents that are permanently housed at the Behavioral Health Center’s Adult Residential Facility (ARF) to make way for a Homeless Navigation Center with temporary shelter beds. The DPH administration sent a letter informing Behavior Health Care Workers that the adult population will be shrinking by 41 beds to only 14 permanent beds. In addition to residents being displaced, SFDPH administration is also displacing city workers by outsourcing their work to an outside non-profit.
Don't displace the mentally ill from the Behavioral Health Center's Adult Residential Facility
Join public health advocates, patients and staff to stop the displacement of the mentally ill and the outsourcing of our jobs at Behavioral Health Center's Adult Residental Facility at 887 Potrero in SF. Sign the petition today.
Currently, the Adult Residentail Facility (ARF) houses SF’s most vulnerable clients who have serious and persistent mental illnesses, and cannot live independently. These clients cannot prepare their own food, do their ...
Dear Grant Colfax, MD. Director of SF DPH ,
The Behavioral Health Center 's Adult Residential Facility (ARF) should not lose any beds. The ARF should be filled to capacity. The ARF staff should be given appropriate resources to continue to provide high-quality care and a loving home-like environment to mentally ill residents
Added to the calendar on Monday Aug 19th, 2019 8:01 PM