Domestic violence (DV) service providers across the country have been hit hard in recent years...
Our Mission in Action
We believe in creative thinking to find solutions to our state’s most challenging issues. We see our grantees as true partners and support the full spectrum of solutions — from tried and true methods to new and innovative thinking that will end domestic violence and ensure healthcare for all Californians.
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|Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District||2005||$10,000|
|The Center For Violence-Free Relationships (formerly the El Dorado Women's Center)||2005||$10,000|
|The Children's Clinic, Serving Children and Their Families||2005||$30,000|
|The Coalition to End Family Violence||2005||$10,000|
|The Latina Center||2005||$38,575|
|The Regents of the University of California||2005||$558,912|
|The Regents of the University of California||2005||$198,568|
|The Regents of the University of California||2005||$344,839|
|The Saban Free Clinic||2005||$50,000|
|Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc.||2005||$30,000|
|Tri-City Health Center||2005||$30,000|
|Tri-City Hospital Foundation||2005||$20,000|
|Tulare Community Health Clinic||2005||$50,000|
|Tulare District Hospital||2005||$45,000|
|Ukiah Adventist Hospital||2005||$30,000|