United We Heal

AFSCME members mourn the death of Sister Deidre Silas, a front-line worker and investigator for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, who was killed on the job while investigatin

When Brandy Fishback, a behavioral health case manager, and her co-workers decided to form a union with Oregon AFSCME Council 75 earlier this year, they

More than 250 social and health service workers in New York City officially joined AFSCME District Council 37 this week, following a strong organizing push and v

Following months of advocating on behalf of workers in the nonprofit sector, DC 37 Executive Director Henry Garrido applauded the signing of 

Across New Jersey, behavioral health workers are coming together to have a voice on the job for themselves, their clients and the very future of the state. We need to send a clear message that in support of addressing the inequities that are at the root of the industry’s staffing crisis, giving these workers a protected voice and increasing funding transparency so we can build a behavioral health system to be proud of.

The House of Representatives has introduced H.R. 3, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, which will give the federal government the power to negotiate directly with prescription drug corporations for lower prices for all of us. Click here to call Congress and urge them to pass this legislation now.

Labor Peace is Here for New Jersey Behavioral Health Workers