Health – Integration, Collaboration, Advocacy
The California Community Foundation is seeking letters of interest for grants supporting work in improving immigrant health access, behavioral health and health policy and advocacy.Specific information on strategies and eligibility can be found below. All potential applicants are strongly encouraged to speak with a Program Officer before beginning the application process to learn more about the current emphases.
Please also review our overall health and general eligibility requirements before deciding to submit.
Senior Program Officer, Health
rveniegas [@] calfund [.] org
Program Officer, Health
bdaniel [@] calfund [.] org
- Strategies & Outcomes
To promote and improve the health and quality of life of children and adults living in Los Angeles County, the foundation focuses on grants to organizations that address the following topics:
- Increasing integration of medical, dental, vision, mental health and substance use prevention, care and treatment services
- Facilitating cross-sector and regional systems collaboration among L.A. County public sector partners, nonprofit hospital/health systems, other nonprofits, and community partners to address the root causes of racial/ethnic health disparities including but not limited to immigration status
- Supporting health policy/advocacy efforts that promote universal access to and utilization of health coverage, services and other public benefits
- Apply Now
To apply, please login in via Nonprofit Connect and select the Centinela Valley Medical and Community Funds Application.
For questions, please contact Rose Veniegas, senior program officer, health, at rveniegas [@] calfund [.] org
For more information on the application process and requirements, visit our How to Apply page.
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