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Dear Friend:

When you, a family member or a friend has a question about Medi-Cal, Medi-Cal Recovery, or resident rights in nursing homes or residential care facilities - where do you turn? If you are like the 10,000+ consumers, advocates and attorneys who contacted CANHR last year, or the 40,000+ people who access our website each month, you turn to California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform.


Because you know you'll get accurate, up-to-date information and the help you need from knowledgeable, compassionate and caring professionals.

Whether it's helping Mr. Williams through the complexities of a Medi-Cal application; helping Leslie figure out the hardship criteria so she can keep the family home safe from Medi-Cal Recovery; or simply providing you with the correct legal cite to assist a client with a nursing home eviction appeal or a residents' rights violation, CANHR is here to help.

Your contributions have helped CANHR grow and thrive, so we can extend our services and support to ever more long term care consumers and their family members. Thanks to you, our services have helped thousands of California consumers, and we want to continue to grow and serve.

Please consider making as generous a gift as you can. Your donation will make an impact. I promise you.

Thank you for whatever you can give.


Patricia L. McGinnis
Executive Director



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CANHR is a 501(c)(3) organization; contributions are tax–deductible to the extent allowed by law.

By donating to CANHR you will:

  • Join a statewide network of informed and concerned consumers, caregivers, and advocates.
  • Receive our quarterly newsletter, The Advocate, which includes important long term care information and a detailed report of citations issued against individual nursing homes.
  • Receive periodic updates on important legislation.

CANHR is not a government agency. We are funded by membership donations, foundation grants, and publication sales. To continue our work, we need the support of people like you who are unwilling to ignore the abuse and loss that the elderly and disabled in this state suffer in long term care facilities. Please take a stand with us against abuse and neglect.