Sanctuary Health & Social Care will provide communities with equitable medical care, social services and, patient advocacy free of charge. Sanctuary is an extension of the strength and compassion of its communities and will reflect the culture and identity of the people it respectfully serves, both patients and providers.
Sanctuary Service Orientation
Our staff consists of community volunteers, professional volunteers, and students. Cross-functional and cross-cultural collaboration is a strategy that results in a more vital effective team dedicated to providing quality care and community support. Sanctuary is for individuals who seek to be nurtured and strengthened by practicing their skills, applying their education, performing their duties, and caring for their communities with faith, discipline, wisdom, and compassion.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
U.S. healthcare's treatment of minority populations has contributed to a public healthcare crisis. The march toward dignity, autonomy, and justice for the exploited and oppressed are foundational to Sanctuary Health & Social Care. As advocates for public health Sanctuary Health & Social Care actively practices and promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion programs and initiatives to healthcare institutions.
Sanctuary Health & Social Care wants to extend an invitation to you to get involved, connect, take action, and join the community. Be it as a board member, advisory council, volunteer, donations, or source of inspiration. Please contact Allan Doan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Board and Advisory Committee
As established by Sanctuary Health & Social Care bylaws, our board requires a majority representation of minority ethnic groups and minimally half of the representation by women. The board shall be occupied by no less than three and no more than fifteen members. The Sanctuary Health & Social Care board represents a think tank of diverse backgrounds, experiences, professions, cultures to provide guidance and resources to the Executive Director and staff. The responsibilities of implementing the initiatives of Sanctuary Health & Social Care falls upon the staff. Staff may also perform as board members. Board members serve a two-year term not to exceed three terms. Board members may be reelected after one year of inactivity, providing there is availability for board members. Board membership requires an annual donation of no more than one dollar. There is one mandatory meeting a year, with emergency meetings to be held with two week's notice. Auxiliary to the board is the advisory committee. The advisory committee is a valued resource of volunteers who donate their time, guidance, and resources but are not available as board members or site volunteers but select to participate in a modified capacity.
IRS tax-exempt organization TIN #86-3699963