HPAE. Putting Care First.

One hundred and twenty addiction treatment workers, members of HPAE, are negotiating for a first contract with the for-profit American Addiction Centers, Inc. (AAC), which owns Sunrise House, an inpatient detox and rehab facility.

Send a message to AAC CEO Michael Cartwright: “Listen to your caregivers on the frontlines of NJ’s opioid and addiction crisis. Negotiate in good faith to fix dangerous conditions that threaten patients and staff at Sunrise House.”

HPAE. Putting Care First.

HPAE nurses and health professionals play an important role in improving the delivery of healthcare services and advocating for patient, worker safety. During Nurses’ Week, let’s celebrate the work that we do by taking action to support a safe staffing bill.

HPAE. Putting Care First.

When New Jersey’s hospitals are under-staffed, New Jersey patients are at greater risk. Unsafe staffing levels require nurses and all healthcare workers to make hard choices about how much time they spend with each patient. HPAE nurses are speaking out and taking action to keep patients safe and support legislation to make sure every hospital has enough nurses for every patient.

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