2017 Q3 Grants
> Visión y Compromiso - To develop tools, trainings, and new programs that will help advance the Community Transformation Model for Community Health Workers and Promotores in California.
> The California Primary Care Association - To provide ongoing capacity building to enable California community health centers in delivering value based care through the Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Payment Reform Pilot addressing social determinants of health within communities, and increasing advocacy skills to ensure the sustainability of community health centers.
> Evidence for Healthcare Improvement - To advance their work through the provision of general operating support.
> Tides Center - To spark, seed, and spread successful innovations that will continue to strengthen the ability of safety net providers to offer value-based care and build their capabilities to address the social determinants of health in their communities.
> Public Health Institute - To establish and support a new statewide health workforce commission that will be charged with developing a California focused health workforce master plan that will include short, medium- and longer-term solutions to be implemented by state, educational institutions, employers, and other stakeholders to address current and future gaps in the healthcare workforce.
> The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation - To conduct a series of focus groups with parents in mixed immigration status families to inform how recent immigration policy changes have affected the health and financial well-being of their families, including choices to not apply for public benefit programs for which their citizen children are eligible.
> The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation - To support a California healthcare journalist's participation in the 2017-2018 National Health Coverage Fellowship.
> The Fannie E. Rippel Foundation - To support planning for the Foresight Project, which will develop new ideas that promote the transformation of the American healthcare system.
> The Women's Foundation of California - To advance their work through the provision of general operating support.
> Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence - To further develop a process for survivor centered advocacy that highlights the needs of survivors from culturally specific marginalized communities.
> The Center for Violence-Free Relationships - To develop new tools and strategies to inform pathways in the domestic violence field to shift from intervention to prevention practices.
> PolicyLink - To mobilize networks of men and boys of color via trainings and policy campaigns to prevent domestic violence and identify culturally-rooted prevention approaches to addressing trauma and violence.
> California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. - To support successful inclusion of Rural Indian Health Programs in California’s Organized Delivery System, and to enhance their capacity to provide billable, culturally adapted services to reduce healthcare disparities for American Indians statewide.
> The Institute for Healthcare Communication, Inc. - To test an empathy-based communications skills training for health center staff designed to reduce stigma and improve patient engagement in seeking care for issues related to mental health, substance use and trauma.
> California Consortium for Urban Indian Health, Inc. - To support successful inclusion of Urban Indian Health Programs in California’s Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System, and to enhance their capacity to provide billable, culturally adapted services to reduce healthcare disparities for American Indians statewide.
> The National Health Law Program - To conduct research and advocacy to advance policies, procedures, and practices that will support no wrong door access to behavioral health care for low-income Californians.