Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

August 9, 2022

**MEDIA ADVISORY**

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
1:00 PM PT

WHERE:    
Yuba City Post-Acute
1220 Plumas St, Yuba City

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Yuba City Post-Acute, community supporters 

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com        

On Site Contacts:   
Angelica Huerta
530-790-5477


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
10:30 AM PT

WHERE:    
Willow Creek Healthcare Center
650 W Alluvial Ave, Clovis, CA 93611

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Willow Creek Healthcare Center and community supporters

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions they are experiencing, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits—all while corporate nursing home providers receive record profits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com 


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers to Protest at Providence Home and Community Care Facilities — California’s Largest Nursing Home Operator — In Coordinated Picket

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
2:00 PM PT

WHERE:    
Santa Cruz Post-Acute
1115 Capitola Rd, Santa Cruz, CA 95062

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Santa Cruz Post-Acute and community supporters

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:    
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com 


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers to Protest at Providence Home and Community Care Facilities — California’s Largest Nursing Home Operator — In Coordinated Picket

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address the staffing crisis  at Providence nursing home facilities across California.

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
2:00 PM PT

WHERE:    
Pacific Coast Post-Acute  
720 E Romie Lane, Salinas, CA 93901

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Pacific Coast Post-Acute and community supporters 

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions they are experiencing, which have been exacerbated by staffing issues and low wages—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

These essential workers are calling for improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com 


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
2:00 PM

WHERE:    
Marysville Post-Acute
1617 Ramirez St, Marysville, CA 95901

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Marysville Post-Acute and community supporters

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News        
SEIU@dkcnews.com        

On Site Contacts:
Michaela Villalobos
530-434-1057


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
11:00 AM 

WHERE:    
McKinley Park
3700 H St, Sacramento, CA 95816

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at McKinley Park and community supporters

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com        

On Site Contacts:
Andrew Crever
916-706-7232


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
1:00 PM PT

WHERE:    
Westview Health Center
12225 Shale Ridge Rd, Auburn, CA 95602

WHO:    
Nursing home workers at Westview Health Center and community supporters 

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com        

On Site Contacts:
Jesus Figueroa
916-471-7596


**MEDIA ADVISORY** 

Nursing Home Workers Unite Across California in Coordinated Protest of the State’s Largest Nursing Home Operator

Two actions in the East Bay — in Oakland and San Leandro — to take place on August 10th

Alarmed at the snail’s pace in contract negotiations during this “care crisis,” employees of Providence Home and Community Care will unite in coordinated protests to underscore the urgent need to immediately address skyrocketing turnover at Providence nursing home facilities across California 

WHERE:    
All Saints Subacute
1652 Mono Ave, San Leandro, CA 94578

Medical Hill Rehabilitation Center
471 29th St, Oakland, CA 94609

WHEN:        
Wednesday, August 10th 
1:00 PM PT (both locations)

WHO:    
East Bay nursing home workers and community supporters

WHAT:    
Nursing home workers of SEIU Local 2015 will speak out at a picket at this Providence facility about the poor working conditions, which have been exacerbated by unsafe staffing levels, low wages, and high turnover rates—all ongoing issues they’re demanding to be addressed in their contract negotiations.

SEIU 2015, the nation’s largest long-term care union, represents more than 400,000 nursing home and home care workers in California. These frontline workers have cared for our communities’ most vulnerable, yet are faced with low wages and inadequate protections and benefits. 

California’s nursing home workers are quitting at alarming rates—and another 50% say they plan to quit. These essential workers call for safe staffing levels, improved working conditions, and better pay and benefits to address skyrocketing turnover in their facilities.

Media interview opportunities are available on-site with SEIU Local 2015 members and representatives. 

Press Contacts:        
DKC News       
SEIU@dkcnews.com