Council 36 stands in solidarity with UNAC/UHCP

Our siblings at UNAC/UHCP are in a tough contract fight with Kaiser Permanente. The Council 36 Executive Board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution in support of UNAC/UHCP.

AFSCME District Council 36, on behalf of our union members in Southern California, recognizes that choosing to purchase/offer Kaiser Permanente Health Benefits improves the health needs of our members and their families, but also supports the best jobs and the best care needed for our collective health as a labor community.

We express our firm support for and solidarity with 52,000 alliance health care union members empowered through our historic partnership to sustain high-quality care on behalf of all families and individuals –particularly our union members –who choose Kaiser Permanente’s health plan.

AFSCME District Council 36 pledges to bring public attention to issues raised by Kaiser Permanente employees and their unions during these negotiations—thereby improving the power of our collective aim to secure leading wages, quality work-life, and quality care through labor and community alliances across the United States.

If you would like to support UNAC/UHCP please consider passing a resolution or sign their petition: