As California grows, and the needs of those in our communities change, so does the opportunity to meet new challenges with integrity, partnership, equity and a renewed sense of what is possible.
80% of health outcomes are not tied to health care. There are many factors that contribute to health—from access to affordable housing and good schools to ensuring personal and community safety. That’s why we’re focusing on the following three areas of work:
What does patient engagement look like? What does it mean for patients when we get it right?
The Trump Administration's decision to end DACA is an inhumane act that impacts all of us and stymies progress.
The Foundation sponsored this survey to understand Californians' views on sexism, inequality, and domestic violence.
See how Alameda County is integrating primary and behavioral health care for its most vulnerable patients.
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