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For over four decades, we have dedicated ourselves to our well-known motto, "Uplifting the Human Spirit." We are committed to that lofty mission for individuals, families, communities...for all of Mankind.

We are here to serve you.

Thank you,
Dick Steinberg, President/CEO

WestCare Foundation: WestCare is committed to defending the values that serve as the bedrock of our great society. First and foremost, we stand united against an agenda of hate and intolerance. We strive to create an organization that rewards a healthy balance of diversity, empowerment and expression; builds communities and the lives therein; and keeps us moving forward towards a more promising future. We honor our organizational values that are dedicated to Uplifting the Human Spirit and fostering an agenda of human tolerance.

WestCare California: While in Washington D.C. for the National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) Conference in late July, members of our WestCare California, Inc. leadership had the honor of visiting with U.S. Congressman, TJ Cox! On behalf of our California team, we'd like to thank Representative Cox for taking the time to meet and discuss the various services that they provide including treatment and rehabilitation, housing and supportive services for Veterans and their families, criminal justice and housing opportunities for those experiencing homelessness! Through continued collaboration with our elected officials, we can strengthen support for our mission of Uplifting the Human Spirit of those that we serve!

WestCare Florida: Monroe County, FL - Maureen Dunleavy, Area Director for the Guidance/Care Center, Inc. receives the prestigious Spirit of Community Award from the Florida Commission on the Status of Women. The Commission recognizes meritorious individuals who have improved the lives of Floridians and that have served as positive role models for women and girls in their community. FCSW members serve by appointment and the Commission is housed at the Office of the Attorney General of Florida. Their goal is to provide communication, promotion, and collaboration among hundreds of organizations working in all 67 counties focused on women's welfare. Nominees are recognized for outstanding achievement from a wide variety of areas including but not limited to: the arts, business, education, government, entrepreneurial leader, hometown hero, healthcare, and the environment.

WestCare Georgia: Capitalizing on the popularity of the Pink Trap House, for National HIV/AIDS testing week, The Woman's Place team developed a series of classes for young women called TRAP (Therapeutic Resources Assessment Planners). TRAP classes teach women about safe sex practices and support them in finding resources to build a happy and healthy life.

WestCare Wisconsin: Youth participating in Earn and Learn, a partnership with Employ Milwaukee and the City of Milwaukee, enjoy a field trip to the Milwaukee Public Museum to learn about culture and community.

WestCare California: WestCare California Health & Wellness Committee hosted another blood drive at the MLK Residential facility. All donations supported the Central California Blood Center.

WestCare Puerto Rico: As part of Guara Bi's efforts to collaborate with the government, staff met with Director of Third Sector and Base of Faith Division from the Governor's Office, Attorney Hector Albertorio.