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Homeless living in cars provided safe parking at old Kmart parking lot

Driving down Main Street in Bishop, you might have noticed some activity taking place in the parking lot in front of the old Kmart building. What you are witnessing is Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA), with a supporting role played by Inyo County Health and Human Services, providing a suitable place to implement […]

 
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INYO COUNTY FUNDS IMACA TO TARGET HOMELESS MENTAL HEALTH AND HOUSING

The State of California is giving $100,000 to Inyo County  to combat homelessness crisis under Senate Bill 840 (SB 840) to increase local mental health services. The Board of Supervisors in turn are sending $70,000 of that money to Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, local known as (IMACA) under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). […]

 
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EASTERN SIERRA CONTINUUM OF CARE TO OPERATE SAFE PARKING LOT ADDRESSING NEEDS OF PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS AND LIVING OUT OF VEHICLES

####Please note this is not happening yet, it is proposed for two months from now with community meetings conducted before hand . Please voice your thoughts at those meetings.######## ***A topic of concern has been homeless parking in our communities. Deb Murphy spoke to Larry Emerson who shared this release related to parking around the […]

 
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SILVER PEAKS HOUSING PROJECT UPDATE

  The Silver Peaks affordable-housing project is nearing the end of the first step. That’s a more electrifying lead than it sounds. It’s taken ten years to get to this point. The project, located at McIver and Spruce, will provide 70 units of affordable housing, divided into one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The late Bishop […]

 
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IMACA Board of Directors announce Robert (Bob) Hughes appointed as IMACA’s new Executive Director

The IMACA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Robert (Bob) Hughes has been appointed as IMACA’s new Executive Director beginning December 2, 2019. He will succeed Charles Broten, who is retiring after 5 ½ years with the Agency. Mr. Hughes has professional experience in banking and was the President/CEO of the Thrift/Pan America […]

 
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Inyo County gets into the homeless, housing issues

By Deb Murphy There are 141 homeless people in Inyo County. That was the number counted during the Point in Time survey in late January. The count, which determines funding for services for the homeless, is done annually by Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action with the county’s Health and Human Services staff. The number […]

 
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Elvira T. Heit: 1925-2019

Elvira T. Heit 1925-2019 Elvira “Ellie” Heit was born in 1925 in Cheefoo, China. Her father Theo Rosenthal was a brewer of Estonian descent and her mother Alma was a housewife of German descent. Her father died while she was quite young and at age eleven, she moved with her mother to Shanghai. Six months […]

 
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Tracy Aspel, NIHD’s Chief Nursing Officer, back row, far left, presents a $1,132 donation from the employees of NIHD to the Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance Board of Director. The funds were raised through the sale of pink t-shirts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shown accepting the donation from Aspel are ESCA Board members, left to right, back row: Andrea Shallcross, Norma Crider, Sherry Nostrant, and ESCA founder Pat Ramirez. Front row: Rose Graves, Cheryl Underhill and Debbie Christensen.  Photo by Barbara Laughon/Northern Inyo Healthcare District

NIHD employees demonstrate the art of giving

Press release The employees of Northern Inyo Healthcare District are busy this holiday season as they team up to participate in many of the community’s annual gift and food drives. The charitable efforts are in keeping with NIHD’s Mission, “Improving our communities, one life at a time. One team. One goal. Your health.” Team NIHD […]

 
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