A Resource for SB 1152 Discharge Planning for Homeless Patients
As an Association member and/or provider of services to homeless individuals, you will be able to take advantage of an average discount of 25 percent on clothing, undergarments, jackets, ponchos, shoes, and socks in many sizes.
Why Is Providing Weather-Appropriate Clothing a Necessity?
As of July 1, 2019, Senate Bill 1152 requires hospitals to document help and services provided to homeless patients and set plans to ensure those patients can be offered options other than an immediate return to the street. The law also requires hospitals to provide meals and weather-appropriate clothing to homeless patients when it’s needed and to offer them transportation to their next destination when they are discharged if it’s within 30 miles or 30 minutes of the hospital.
- Items on our shared market place: weather-appropriate clothing.
- Welcome Packet: Orientation and New Account Set Up
For more information about our shared market place visit CLC.BobBarker.com to create an account.
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