Mission Neighborhood
Health Center

240 Shotwell St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Mission Neighborhood Health Center provides services for the medically underserved in San Francisco. Caregivers at the nonprofit clinic voted to join NUHW in 2012.

Organizer:

John Avalos
(415) 359-8367
javalos@nuhw.org

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Mission Neighborhood Health Center LATEST NEWS

Kaiser mental health workers continue advocating for patients

POSTED ON March 1st, 2019

While contract negotiations with Kaiser Permanente inch forward, NUHW members this month the fight directly to Kaiser executives. On Feb. 2, Kaiser mental health clinicians leafleted a speech to retired doctors by The Permanente Medical Group CEO Richard Isaacs during a luncheon at an Oakland country club. The clinicians talked to doctors while handing out […]


Kaiser members revamp website, reach out to patients

POSTED ON February 11th, 2019

On the heels of the largest mental health strike in U.S. history, we are revamping our KaiserDontDeny.org website to highlight the plight of Kaiser members who suffered when they or their loved ones could not get the mental health therapy they needed. Here is a portion of what Shirlee Zane, a Sonoma County Supervisor, wrote […]


Marin General workers strike to preserve health care benefits and hospital’s ability to keep top quality caregivers

POSTED ON February 4th, 2019

For years, Marin General Hospital has offered good health benefits to attract top quality caregivers and compensate them for not offering top-of-the-line salaries. But as contract negotiations appeared to be winding down on a new contract for NUHW-represented imaging technologists last year, management suddenly issued a new demand: the caregivers would either have to pay […]


RAMS workers confront nonprofit’s board

POSTED ON January 28th, 2019

For the second consecutive month, mental health clinicians at Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. in San Francisco attended their non-profit’s board meeting to demand a fair contract. At the January meeting, clinicians expressed their frustration over the slow pace of negotiations, overall lack of transparency and the low pay that causes high turnover that impacts patients’ […]


NUHW members stand with Los Angeles teachers

POSTED ON January 28th, 2019

During our Kaiser strike in December, Stationary Engineers, Local 39 and the California Nurses Association allowed their members strike in sympathy, which made our action even more powerful and impactful on Kaiser. In January, when teachers went on strike in Los Angeles, many NUHW members headed to the picket lines to offer their support. “Nancy […]