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Third-Quarter Grants 2015

Promoting Value-Based Care in the Safety Net 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation ($20,000) - To support the 2016 National Health Coverage Fellowship

The Regents of the University of California, San Francisco ($256,372) - Supporting the integration of community health workers into healthcare teams 

Enhancing Care Integration for Healthcare and Domestic Violence

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency ($150,000) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2 

Council of Community Clinics ($150,000) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Health Improvement Partnership of Santa Cruz County, Inc. ($150,000) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Local Initiative Health Authority for Los Angeles County ($150,000) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Merced County Department of Public Health ($150,000) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Redwood Community Health Coalition ($149,554) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Siskiyou Community Services Council ($93,157) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Transitions Mental Health Association ($134,757) - Advancing primary care and behavioral health integration through community collaboration – Phase 2

Increasing Patient Engagement / Improving Survivor Experience

Rainbow Services, Ltd. ($170,000) - Transitioning to a trauma-informed care model in the domestic violence shelter setting

Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent, Inc. ($150,000) - Echando Pa'Lante (Moving Forward) training project for Spanish-speaking domestic violence survivors

Building Systems of Support to End Domestic Violence

CompassPoint Nonprofit Services ($150,000) - Planning grant for the "Network Weaver Learning Lab" for domestic violence field leaders in California 

The Center for Violence-Free Relationships ($210,000) - Expanding evaluative capacity and collaboration in California's domestic violence field

Women's Foundation of California ($100,000) - To support the participation of a domestic violence cohort within the Women's Policy Institute

Developing Options to Promote Access to Care for California's Remaining Uninsured 

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency ($149,500) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County ($150,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Community Clinic Consortium ($150,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

El Dorado County Community Health Center ($75,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Fresno Healthy Communities Access Partners ($99,993) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Monterey County Health Department ($100,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Solano Coalition for Better Health ($75,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Working Partnerships USA ($150,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

County of Marin ($75,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

County of Placer, Department of Health and Human Services ($75,000) - Moving toward comprehensive coverage programs for the remaining uninsured

Emerging Opportunities 

California Accountable Communities for Health (ACH) Initiative ($1,000,000) - To finalize the ACH initiative proposal with the state and other funders and commit up to $1 million to support the initiative in the fall of 2015. 

California Forward ($150,000) - Advancing data-driven decisions to improve health and criminal justice outcomes: California Forward and San Bernardino County – Partners in a Justice System Change Initiative 

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