Rafu Shimpo Coverage of Kansha Obon II

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KANSHA OBON II

Dance for our seniors a success! At Kansha Obon II, Dr. Kensaku Nakayama and members of the Sakura Intermediate Care Facility Family Council speak to the audience about the stress and trauma faced by their relatives as a result of Pacifica Companies greed-driven cruelty. * * * Rafu Shimpo Coverage of Kansha Obon II – … Read more

Support AB 1400 – The CalCare Act

California Guaranteed Health Care for All Act (CalCare) – A bold, public-funded, “cradle-to-grave, head-to-toe” healthcare reform bill to replace the commercial, for-profit-only healthcare system and take control of healthcare away from companies like Pacifica Companies and political lobbyists like the California Association for Health Facilities (CAHF). AB 1400 is supported by California’s Largest City, Los … Read more

Hundreds Rally Across California for Healthcare for All

AB 1400 addresses the central issue related to the fight against Pacifica Companies to defend bilingual and bi-cultural healthcare. Organized by the California Nurses Association in 18 cities statewide, hundreds of nurses, patients, healthcare advocates rallied and caravanned supporting the passage of Assembly Bill 1400 April 18. The bill would provide free medical care of … Read more

Pacifica Companies Attacks Residents with 11 Staff Layoffs from Sakura ICF

11 Sakura ICF Staff Layoffs
Pacifica Companies’ Hypocrisy: There have been 11 staff layoffs at Sakura ICF in recent months

Following Pacifica Companies’ published desire to close the Sakura Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) in Boyle Heights, the ONLY facility of its kind for Japanese American and Japanese seniors in the entire United States, eleven staff have been laid off, including staff all important to the historically exceptionally high-quality bilingual and bi-cultural care that the facility has been known for.

This has occurred despite widespread opposition from the community, multiple elected officials and even the California Department of Public Health. Pacifica is continuing to do whatever they can to cut costs and push residents out of the facility to make way for more profitable high-rent housing.

Statement from a Longtime Bilingual Staffer at Sakura Intermediate Care Facility:

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