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Breaking News: Immediate Evacuation near Willow Pass Road and Pointsettia Lane in Bay Point due to a Gas Leak


Last updated: October 17, 2018, 11:53 pm

Due to natural gas leak, an immediate evacuation has been ordered in Bay Point between Bailey Road and Loftus Lane and f... Read More ∨

Due to natural gas leak, an immediate evacuation has been ordered in Bay Point between Bailey Road and Loftus Lane and from the railroad tracks south to Hanlon Way. Leave now and go to either the Calvary Temple Church or Pittsburg BART.

Take only those essential items you have ready and can carry with you.

Pets must be in a carrier or on a leash. Lock your windows and doors as you leave.

Stay off the phone unless you need to report a life-threatening emergency at your location. However, if you are physically unable to leave your home unassisted, call 9-1-1 for help. To see a map of the evacuation area, go to www.cococws.us.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Initiative



The Mission of the Contra Costa Health Services Pride Initiative is to integrate practices and policies that foster: a safe and inclusive environment, equal access and quality health care services, as well as awareness, acceptance and respect for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender employees and service recipients.

Vision

Contra Costa Health Services is a model of equality, respect and health for all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) people.

Goals

  • County is safe, supportive, and provides a welcoming environment for LGBT clients, consumers, customers, patients, and staff.
  • CCHS workforce is trained appropriately to serve LGBT community.
  • Pride Initiative efforts are visible and have demonstrated in CCHS a measurable impact.


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Contact

Natasha Petit, LCSW, 925-374-2185
and
Brian Kuennemeier, MA, 510-231-9572, ext 5