Bilingual Volunteers Needed for Vaccine Clinics

By Giving List Staff   |   March 16, 2021

As vaccination efforts begin ramping up, Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics will be holding vaccine clinics more frequently. Please contact Taryn Ouellette at (805) 963-1174 if you are interested in becoming a bilingual vaccine clinic volunteer. Right now there are two a week at various locations, but they hope to ramp up to five a week. 65% of patients are Spanish speakers. Over the last two years, SB Neighborhood Clinics have served 30,000 patients, which means 60,000 patients will need to be vaccinated. Visit sbclinics.org for more information about Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics. 

 

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics

sbclinics.org
Phone: (805) 617-7866 ext 1115
Director of Development & Community Awareness: Maria W. Long

Mission

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics provides high quality, comprehensive, affordable healthcare to all people, regardless of their ability to pay, in an environment that fosters respect, compassion and dignity.

Begin to Build a Relationship

We know you care about where your money goes and how it is used. Connect with this organization’s leadership in order to begin to build this important relationship. Your email will be sent directly to this organization’s Director of Development and/or Executive Director.

A Community Treasure

“For 49 years, the Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics have been a cornerstone of our community. They provide essential and compassionate care to anyone, and partner with myriad other entities to ensure a connection and continuity of care. As I look to the future, the need for healthcare is great. Please join our family in supporting this critical community treasure.”
– Elisabeth Fowler, SBNC supporter

Filling the Gap

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics doesn’t turn patients away. As a result, the Federally-Qualified Health Care Center runs high medical bills, roughly $2.5 million a year.

To fill this gap, Neighborhood Clinics lean on individual donations. One way to get involved individually or by joining our “Good Neighbors” who commit to donations of $1,000 a year earmarked for where the funds are needed most.

Board of Directors

Melinda Staveley, Chair of the Board
Brian G. Gough, Vice-Chair of the Board
Norman Colavincenzo, Treasurer
Paul Jaconette, Secretary
Steve Hicks
Brian Knowles
Nikki Rickard
Jim L. Armstrong
Sue Lang
Ken Farmer
Mary E. Ferris
Jerry Menchaca
Silvestre Villa
Gina Gonzales-Carbajal
Don Lafler
Tony Ibarra