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General Purpose Fund

2017

California Science Center Foundation
To support the exhibition of Gunther von Hagens' BODY WORLDS: PULSE at the California Science Center. This exhibition will offer Science Center guests insights into human anatomy, physiology and health. by providing education related to science, ethics and the social implications of a current health topics.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 16 months

CSU Institute for Palliative Care
To support the training of promotoras on the importance of palliative care and outreach within the Latino community. The CSU Institute for Palliative Care at CSU Long Beach, along with the CSU Long Beach Center for Latino Community Health, will recruit and train promotoras in a culturally sensitive manner on access and use of palliative care.
Amount: $54,991
Term: 12 months

First Place for Youth
To support a planning grant to build a Health Career Pathway in Los Angeles County to prepare foster youth to work in healthcare fields.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

GRYD Foundation
To support the Youth Squad 360 Initiative, which seeks to mitigate the obstacles created by living in low income, gang-influenced communities by providing personal and consistent services to their Youth Squad alumni. To address the need for a health and wellness program within its initiative, Youth Squad 360 will offer young adults one-on-one employment training, social and emotional counseling, healthy living resources, as well as other tools they need to lead successful, productive lives.
Amount: $110,000
Term: 24 months

Pacific Clinics
To support the growth and enhancement of Pacific Clinics' impact in providing behavioral and mental health services by expanding partnerships with private health providers and commercial insurers.
Amount: $240,000
Term: 18 months

Pediatric Therapy Network
To support the Leaps & Bounds Program new satellite location in Long Beach. The Program serves toddlers who have been identified with moderate to severe developmental delays and provides early care, education, and therapeutic treatment from a team of specialists. The expansion brings these services to the medically underserved area of Long Beach.
Amount: $15,168
Term: 12 months

USC University Relations
To support the USC Dental Assistant Certificate Initiative, a partnership between the University of Southern California and the West Los Angeles Community College. The Initiative is a high school concurrent enrollment program designed to train, promote, and encourage high school students from underserved communities to pursue a career-path in the dental profession.
Amount: $110,000
Term: 24 months

2016

1736 Family Crisis Center
1736 Family Crisis Center is awarded $100,000 to enhance its rapid re-housing model and implement a pilot project with LAHSA (Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority) and PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) to link clients and services to the federally mandated CES (Coordinated Entry System) for homeless families. The pilot, Housing Solutions Program for Domestic Violence Survivors, will demonstrate the replicability and scalability of this cross-systems model for this population and address heretofore integration challenges between the homeless and domestic violence systems of care.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

AIDS Project Los Angeles
AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) is awarded $300,000 over 24-months to support the planning and implementation required to transform its two clinical sites (Gleicher/Chen Health Center and Long Beach Health Center) to level 3 Patient Center Medical Home (PCMH) accreditation through the National Committee for Quality Assurance. APLA aims to improve overall community health of underserved low-income individuals, with a focus on the low-income LGBT residents of South Los Angeles and Long Beach, by establishing a new health center in Long Beach and by transforming its medical practice to include the five components of a PCMH: (1) patient-centered; (2) comprehensive and team-based; (3) coordinated care; (4) better access; and (5) a systems-based approach to quality and safety.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

Alzheimer's Family Services Center
Alzheimer's Family Services Center (AFSC) is awarded $100,000 to build a sustainable, accountable and integrated health care continuum that meets the complex medical and psychosocial needs of individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease or other dementia and their families in Orange County. Specifically, AFSC will: (1) hire a reputable consultant who can help the agency gain the licensure to launch a dementia-specific Partial Hospitalization Program or Intensive Outpatient Program; and (2) offset the cost of expanding its pilot Mind Booster Series to multiple locations across Orange County.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Cancer Support Community - Pasadena
Cancer Support Community Pasadena (CSCP) is awarded a $50,000 over one year to support two cancer support groups: The Family and Friends Support Group offers psychosocial support and education for caregivers of people who have cancer and the Bereavement Support Group for adults who have lost a loved one to cancer. The groups' purpose is (1) to ensure that no one, including caregivers and those who are bereaved, need face cancer and its aftermath alone, and (2) to enable participants to improve their ability to cope with their loved one's cancer (or death from the disease) and to boost their quality of life.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Burn Foundation
The Children's Burn Foundation is awarded $50,000 over one year to support the Full Recovery Program which provides life-transforming surgeries, prostheses and transplants, specialty burn garments and other medical needs for child burn survivors, as well as services to support the psychosocial and emotional recovery of child burn survivors.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Healthy Smiles for Kids of Orange County
Healthy Smiles Orange County is awarded $300,000 over three years to develop the capacity to provide a community-based teledentistry "Virtual Dental Home" project to expand access to basic and preventive dental care in underserved communities, reduce barriers that prevent access to dental services, and reduce disparities in oral health care. Funds will contribute to establishing the pilot program, ensuring its programmatic success, and help Healthy Smiles expand its services, reach and impact for young children.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 36 months

Helen Keller International
To support ChildSight program services primarily in the Inglewood and Lennox Unified School Districts in the 2016-2017 academic year. ChildSight delivers a cost-effective health intervention to economically disadvantaged children in the local community. The program will provide vision screenings, prescription eyeglasses and referrals for further assessment and care as needed to low-income, underserved middle and high school students directly within the school setting and at no cost to the child's family.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic
To ramp up the Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic's Wellness Program beyond its pilot phase. The Access and Wellness Center (AWC) provides daily no-fee, no-appointment mental health screenings for children, crisis intervention and linkages to community resources. The AWC Wellness Program improves coping skills that have been demonstrated to reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and behavioral problems. The AWC Program will serve those adolescent youth whose level of impairment is considered diagnosable and treatable, but "sub-threshold" for publicly-funded treatment.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Christian Health Centers
The Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) is awarded $200,000 over two years to build upon its Patient Care Team Redesign project. Funding will support LACHC's plans to continue to significantly strengthen the team-based model at the Pico Aliso clinic site with the goal of achieving increased operational efficiency and improved access to care, including patient and staff satisfaction through consulting expertise and training.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Mental Health America of Los Angeles
Mental Health America of Los Angeles is awarded $150,000 toward renovation of property purchased for MHA by the City of Long Beach for Mental Health America's Homeless Healthcare Center. The center will co-locate and coordinate mental and physical health care for the most difficult to reach homeless individuals with mental illness. The project will increase access to care for vulnerable populations; integrate strategies for mental health, physical health, substance abuse recovery and healthy living to improve homeless individuals' well-being; and invest in entitlement and employment services to increase their ability to sustain community living. Grant funds will support the buildout of the Homeless Assistance Program Drop in Center, which will provide a respite from the streets and respond to the immediate and long-term needs of clients.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Mount Saint Mary's University
Mount Saint Mary's University is awarded $463,737 over three years to develop and implement a Healthy Healthcare Provider Program (HHPP). The goal of the HHPP is to increase the capacity of new nurses to remain healthy and resilient in the face of the unique challenges of their profession. The HHPP will include a Peer Wellness Advocate program for nurses, and Certified Resilient, a framework for motivating students to achieve distinction in their commitment to wellness.
Amount: $463,737
Term: 36 months

National Health Foundation
National Health Foundation (NHF) is awarded $126,175 to work with Tierra del Sol Foundation to create an evaluation framework that will measure Tierra's impact on the health and wellness of its target population. The partnership between Tierra and NHF will leverage the strengths of each organization to understand, measure, and convey how health and wellbeing are impacted through disability and employment services. Tierra helps individuals with disabilities overcome cognitive, physical, emotional and behavioral challenges to become gainfully employed, volunteer, and pursue post-secondary education while NHF provides research, program development and evaluation, and operational recommendations for a variety of stakeholders in healthcare and the community.
Amount: $126,175
Term: 12 months

Partners in Care Foundation
Partners in Care Foundation is awarded $100,000 to support the Los Angeles Alliance for Community Health and Aging (LAACHA), a public-private partnership formed to impact population and community health by building the capacity of community organizations to offer evidence-based workshops to aged vulnerable populations throughout Los Angeles County. Funding will support the Alliance in refining a model reimbursement system for evidence-based programs, offer workshop leader trainings, and implement additional community-based workshops.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

San Fernando Community Health Center
To support SFCHC's Federally Qualified Health Center Staffing Model Expansion Project. The project will fund three key positions necessary to fulfill the requirements of Federally Qualified Health Center status.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Santa Teresita
To establish a full-featured, customized Learning Management System (LMS) Library to help automate, efficiently manage, and track all training needs for staff with the goal of significantly improving quality of care and reducing employee-related liability risk. The LMS Library includes subjects such as compliance, regulatory training and continuing education.
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Southern California Grantmakers
To support skill building, trainings, and learning opportunities for health and health-related funders. The goal of this funding is to improve SCG's capacity and effectiveness to provide relevant programs and services for health funders and facilitate collaboration and communication efforts.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 24 months

The Alliance for Children's Rights
The Alliance for Children's Rights is awarded a two-year grant of $200,000 to focus more holistically and systematically on the needs of teen families. The Healthy Teen Families Project expands on the Alliance for Children's Rights' vision to change outcomes for two of the most vulnerable populations in Los Angeles County: teen parents in foster care and their babies. It combines legal services with holistic case coordination, education, and volunteer support with policies that enhance access to quality healthcare, wellness and social services.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Worksite Wellness LA
Worksite Wellness LA is awarded $50,000 to support Project Access. Funding will support presentations linking financial literacy, stress management, preventative health, and nutritional education, which are based on a curriculum that specifically highlights the interconnectivity and intersection of these topics.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Young & Healthy
Young & Healthy is awarded $86,191 over two years to transition from a hard-copy, piecemeal client data system to an efficient and modern system. The transition will enhance the level of service delivered by case managers, ensure full compliance with all HIPAA standards, and improve the experience and health outcomes of the clients who depend upon Young & Healthy's services. Grant funds will provide support to initiate and sustain the FAMCare Centralized Client Data Management and Tracking System for its operations.
Amount: $86,191
Term: 24 months

2015

Bet Tzedek
To support the Aging with Dignity Initiative in Los Angeles County which includes programs and services targeting the health and well-being of seniors and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their caregivers. The Initiative will extend Bet Tzedek's array of legal assistance programs and self-help tools by combining direct service programs, community outreach and education, resources including a "Toolbox for Independence", and advocacy.
Amount: $450,000
Term: 36 months

California Community Foundation
To support the Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative, a collaborative effort to strengthen the organizational effectiveness of Los Angeles-based nonprofit organizations. UniHealth Foundation funds are earmarked to provide NSI grants to nonprofits involved in community-based health.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Cancer Support Community - Pasadena
To support education and stress reduction classes and workshops for those affected by cancer - persons with cancer, their caregivers and the bereaved - in the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys and Greater Los Angeles.
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

ChapCare
To support the establishment of a comprehensive community health center (the recently opened ChapCare Lime) in the City of Monrovia in the San Gabriel Valley. The project will expand access to primary healthcare services in the San Gabriel Valley to improve health outcomes. The primary service area for the project is the City of Monrovia and its surrounding areas (the Cities of Duarte and Arcadia). Primary healthcare services that will be available at ChapCare Lime include medical care, behavioral health counseling, and optometry services.
Amount: $300,000
Term: 24 months

Da Vinci Science
To support creation and implementation a Biomedical Science Pathway at Da Vinci Science High School. The new pathway will build upon the success of the well-established four-year engineering curriculum and will strengthen the school's ability to attract more young women to Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) majors and careers so vital to the healthcare workforce. In the first year of the new biomedical science pathway, approximately 330 students are expected to enroll across the four-course sequence impacting grades 9, 10 and 12.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
To support ESC's scope of work in providing strategic advice and counsel to the leadership of Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Extraordinary Families
To support work to recruit additional high-quality foster homes to care for foster children ages 0 to 6, and to significantly improve the safety and wellbeing of these children. With this grant, Extraordinary Families will achieve the following outcomes: 1) Foster Home Recruitment: 75 new emergency placement homes, foster homes, and/or prospective adoptive homes for foster children ages 0 to 6, certified or in the process of certification by the end of the grant period; and 2) Policy and Practice Improvements, including the digitization of: the process by which social workers complete home studies, the process for foster parents to submit Special Incident Reports (SIRs), and design and implementation of a data collection and assessment tool that will improve the reporting and analysis of SIRs.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

GRYD Foundation
To support Summer Night Lights, a partnership with the City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office of Gang Reduction & Youth Development (GRYD) and The GRYD Foundation. Summer Night Lights is a violence reduction strategy which provides extended recreational, cultural, educational and resource-based programming at 32 locations, keeping recreation centers and parks open later throughout the summer months. Funds will support the program at 5 sites, including Imperial Courts Recreation Center, Nickerson Gardens Recreation Center, and Jordan Downs Recreation Center.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

MOMS Orange County
To improve the health and well-being of low-income Vietnamese women and children in Orange County through evidence-informed home visitation and health education services. Goals include improved birth outcomes, gestational diabetes prevention, improved breastfeeding rates, and improved developmental outcomes for babies.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Northeast Valley Health Corporation
To support the San Fernando Health Center Pediatric Dental Suite Expansion Project, which will expand access to preventative and restorative oral health services for low-income and underserved residents in the northeast San Fernando Valley.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
To provide scholarships for Southern California students preparing for healthcare occupations.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Union Station Homeless Services
To support an ongoing partnership with CHAPCare and Pacific Clinics to deliver physical and mental health care services at two of Union Station's housing facilities for homeless adults. CHAPCare and Pacific Clinics will provide services at Union Station's Adult Center, a shelter for adult men and women, and Centennial Place, a permanent supportive housing site for chronically homeless and disabled adults.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
To support free weekly sports medicine, musculoskeletal, spine, brain/concussion injury evaluation and treatment clinic. The weekly Team to Win Sports Medicine Injury Clinic serves at risk, under/uninsured high school students from 25 schools, providing sports medicine care, including injury evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, brain/concussion neurodiagnostic testing, x-rays, casting, bracing, in-office surgical procedures and physical therapy.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

2014

Beit T'Shuvah
To support the development and piloting of an innovative education program for medical professionals to help them recognize the symptoms of addiction in their patients and clients.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Bienvenidos Children's Services
To support the use of its existing Mobile Medical Unit as a platform for outreach, engagement, and connection to a medical home at its Federally Qualified Health Centers.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Children's Bureau
To support the Family Enrichment Program at the Oakwood Family Resource Center. The overarching program goals are to 1) improve the physical, language, cognitive, social and emotional development of vulnerable children, 2) develop parents'/caregivers' education and abilities, and 3) ensure early detection of potential delays and special needs that warrant further intervention.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Chinatown Service Center
To support the Center's non-clinical support services to improve health management services for patients. Funds will be used to provide health education, counseling, health management, and non-clinical referral services.
Amount: $209,395
Term: 36 months

Downtown Women's Center
To support services to orient homeless, formerly homeless, and extremely low-income women to a guided system of quality medical and behavioral health services. The case management services offered are intended to: 1) educate women, as a preventive measure, about health insurance and predominant population-specific health challenges; 2) guide women seeking on-site medical and behavioral services through the process of addressing concerns that directly or indirectly impact their overall health; and 3) follow their progress and setbacks in order to ensure that they remain on the path to wellness.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
To support ESC's scope of work in providing strategic advice and counsel to the leadership of Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science.
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

GRYD Foundation
To support Summer Night Lights programming at five sites located near the Fremont High School family of schools, including Imperial Courts Recreation Center, Nickerson Gardens Recreation Center and Jordan Downs Recreation Center. Summer Night Lights is a violence reduction strategy which provides extended recreational, cultural, educational, and resource-based programming at 32 locations across the City of Los Angeles.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 6 months

Helen Keller International
To support the ChildSight program services in the Inglewood and Lennox Unified School Districts in the 2014-2015 academic year. The program provides vision screenings, prescription eyeglasses and referrals for further assessment and care as needed to low-income, underserved middle-school students directly within the school setting and at no cost to the child's family.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Free Loan Association
To establish a loan fund for Los Angeles residents who are pursuing a Nurse Practitioner degree. The fund will provide interest-free student loans averaging $5,000 per year renewable annually while the beneficiary remains in school. As loans are repaid, additional monies will be loaned out to new candidates, ensuring the perpetuity of the loan fund. This loan program launch is designed to meet an increasing demand for health care providers with the expertise and capacity to meet a critical primary care provider shortage.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence
To support advanced training for practicing nurses serving Los Angeles-area veterans. Nurses will pursue doctoral degrees at UCLA through the Jonas Veterans Health Care Scholars Program, which supports nurse training at the doctoral level (PhD and DNP) on veteran-specific healthcare needs, ranging from clinical to policy to administration to education, to help ensure veterans are receiving the best possible care.
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

JWCH Institute
To continue the provision of vision services to at least 2,600 clients of the JWCH Institute's Center for Community Health on Skid Row in Los Angeles until services are incorporated into the clinic's Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) reimbursement rate. JWCH will provide comprehensive health evaluations, and faculty optometrists and student residents from the Southern California College of Optometry (SCCO) will provide comprehensive eye health evaluations and eyeglass frames and lenses. Participating SCCO optometric interns will benefit from the clinical experience gained in working with a diverse underserved population.
Amount: $197,217
Term: 12 months

JWCH Institute
To support the provision of eye and vision care services provided by the Ketchum University Southern California College of Optometry (SCCO) at the Center for Community Health. Services are provided by SCCO faculty and residents and include comprehensive eye health evaluations and the provision of eyeglasses.
Amount: $157,000
Term: 6 months

Lestonnac Free Clinic
To support the Mi Corazon/Mi Vida program, which provides health care services, resources and support for women who face challenges regarding their physical and mental health.
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Library Foundation of Los Angeles
To support a health education pilot project by the Library Foundation of Los Angeles, in partnership with Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles (Advancing Justice - LA) and Vision y Compromiso. The 'No Wrong Door' pilot project will create a coordinated health information, education, and enrollment program to serve the unique healthcare education and insurance needs of the underserved Chinese-speaking and Spanish-speaking populations at two neighborhood branches of the Los Angeles Public Library.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Christian Health Centers
To support the establishment of a new pediatric and prenatal dental program at LACHC's Pico Aliso health clinic in the Boyle Heights neighborhood in east Los Angeles.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

Marycrest Manor
To support the Nursing Point of Care program, a full installation and implementation of a facility-wide electronic-charting system at a Skilled Nursing Facility.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Maryvale
To support the expansion and evaluation of the organization's Trauma Informed Care training initiative. The initiative is designed to improve the care and treatment of over 1,300 vulnerable children and their families served by Maryvale's residential sites and programs, many of whom are under the supervision of the Los Angeles County Department of Children, Youth and Families. Maryvale will expand staff expertise in two related practice models - Risking Connection and Restorative Approach - by conducting initial trainings, refresher trainings, and by certifying supervisors in each curriculum to sustain in-house expertise.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

MOMS Orange County
To support the Home Visitation & Health Education Services for the Vietnamese Families Program, which provides culturally appropriate home visitation services to low-income Vietnamese mothers and their families during pregnancy and through the baby's first birthday.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

National MS Society, Southern California & Nevada Chapter
To support the expansion of The Center for Optimal Living with MS initiative to the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services delivery system. This initiative advances the delivery of accessible and affordable health promotion programs that enhance self-efficacy and promote quality of life for the local MS population.
Amount: $85,000
Term: 12 months

Pacific Clinics
To support the establishment of a 16-week paid internship at Pacific Clinics or at a partner agency for 12 graduates of the Paraprofessional Mental Health Worker Training Course at Pasadena City College. Interns are transitional-aged foster youth who will gain professional experience in support of a mental health-related career.
Amount: $77,084
Term: 12 months

People Assisting The Homeless
To support a six-month strategic planning initiative within PATH's Health Connections program. Partnering with a consultant, the planning initiative will include strategic guidance on how to better serve the health needs of PATH's homeless clients and evaluation of the effectiveness of PATH's existing Health Connections program.
Amount: $60,000
Term: 6 months

Providence Speech and Hearing Center
To support the provision of free and reduced cost hearing services to patients who are uninsured or underinsured at an integrated site of care. The program targets low-income children and adults in Orange County with limited access to speech and hearing services.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Public Counsel
For a joint project combining each agency's program to help veteran clients and eligible family members and caregivers obtain or improve access to social services and physical and mental health care. The Los Angeles LGBT Center's VA Initiative assists LGBT veterans over the age of 50, while Public Counsel's Center for Veterans' Advancement assists veterans of all ages and their caregivers and family members. Grant funds will support each program while enabling the two agencies to work collaboratively to better serve shared clients, providing those veterans with the fewest resources and greatest challenges accessing VA benefits with services, education, and advocacy from trained professionals.
Amount: $600,000
Term: 36 months

Saban Community Clinic
To support the planning and implementation work required to transition each of its clinical sites to a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Saban Community Clinic will complete a practice transformation which aligns with the five pillars of a PCMH: 1) a patient-centered orientation, 2) comprehensive, team-based care, 3) care that is coordinated, 4) superb access to care, and 5) a systems-based approach to quality and safety. Funding will prepare the clinic to submit an application to the National Committee for Quality Assurance for PCMH accreditation in 2015.
Amount: $265,775
Term: 12 months

Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
To support the Care Transitions program, which - by identifying, educating, and supporting high-risk patients as they are discharged - will promote wellness and reduce the risk of adverse events.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
To provide scholarships for Southern California students preparing for healthcare occupations.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Seneca Orange County
To support expanded access to evidence-based Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) at its mental health clinics in Tustin and Anaheim Hills serving children in foster care and those newly adopted. PCIT is an intense therapeutic technique in which clinicians carefully observe parent/child interactions and offer immediate tailored coaching to guide parents in healthy interactions with their children. Funds to train additional clinicians in PCIT and to certify a supervisor as a master trainer in PCIT will allow the organization to provide vulnerable children and families with the highest level of care and to sustain and expand evidence-based treatment.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Southern California Grantmakers
To support skills building, trainings, and learning opportunities for health and health-related funders.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 24 months

St. Barnabas Senior Services
To support the launch of sustainable and evidence-based health education programs tailored to meet the needs of the several hundred low-income seniors who use the organization's adult-day and social services each year. St. Barnabas Senior Services will pursue Medicare provider status, with the intent that by the end of the grant period, chronic disease self-management education volume will be at a level sustainable through Medicare reimbursement.
Amount: $199,075
Term: 12 months

Students Run LA
To support at-risk students as they train and compete in the LA Marathon. Students Run LA provides a 26-week physical fitness and mentoring program to low-income teenagers in Los Angeles, teaching them to set and achieve goals by preparing them to complete the ASICS LA Marathon. Funds will support marathon training costs for 335 students.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

T.H.E. Clinic, Inc.
To support the expansion of clinical capacity at T.H.E. Clinic's Lennox Community Clinic in order to meet patient demand from an underserved population in Los Angeles County's South Bay Communities.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

The Alliance for Children's Rights
To support the launch of the Partners Advocating for Sex Trafficked Children project, which aims to improve outcomes and provide resources and services for youth victims of sex trafficking so they can heal, become self-sufficient and remain free from further exploitation. The Project Attorney will work in partnership with the STAR (Succeeding Through Achievement and Resilience) Court and LAC+USC Medical Center's Community-Based Assessment and Treatment Center to holistically support youth with the medical and legal services they need.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

The Children's Clinic
To support the design and purchase of a mobile medical van that will deliver primary and preventive health care services directly to the homeless and homeless veterans, including female veterans, in West Long Beach. The Children's Clinic (TCC) will link these veterans, whenever possible, to a more permanent TCC medical home such as the Multi-Service Center for the Homeless at the Villages at Cabrillo or the Mental Health America Clinic in Long Beach where TCC will have a fixed-site community health center.
Amount: $2,500
Term: 18 months

The Sound Body Sound Mind Foundation
To install a new fitness center in the USC Hybrid High School, a college preparatory public charter high school located in the World Trade Center in downtown Los Angeles. The facility has no outdoor playground space for recreation or physical education. The grant will fund the state-of-the-art fitness center, professional development for the physical education staff, an innovative fitness curriculum, follow-up support for equipment maintenance and an afterschool program.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

The Sound Body Sound Mind Foundation
To support the installation of two new middle school fitness centers and a physical education curriculum at Charles Drew and Thomas Edison Middle Schools in Los Angeles, and provide maintenance funding for four schools.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

UCP of Orange County
To support the expansion of high-quality early intervention services for young children with neurodevelopmental delays or other special needs that may impact their development. The ultimate goal of the speech, occupational and infant stimulation therapy services provided by United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County (UCP-OC) therapists is to close the gap between each child's current developmental capabilities and those of their developmentally typical peers. Support will allow the agency to expand Early Intervention Services to additional children in Orange County.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

UMMA Community Clinic
To support a six-month planning period to develop an implementation plan for a wellness prescription and patient navigator pilot project. This grant will build upon the existing partnership between UMMA and the LA Land Trust's Community Garden at Fremont High School and other community partners to route and engage interested overweight/obese adult and pediatric patients into appropriate wellness services and activities.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 6 months

United States Veterans Initiative
For the Orange County expansion of Outside the Wire (OTW), a program which addresses military service members' unmet need for treatment due to service-related psychological injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder and major depression resulting from experiences in war. The project offers individual, group, and family clinical counseling; peer support; resource information; and referrals to community resources. OTW also provides combat-related mental health training to Ph.D. candidates under the supervision of Clinical Psychologists, growing the network of professionals trained to work with veterans. Ultimately OTW will increase the capacity of social service providers, educational institutions, and the VA to provide timely and effective services to veterans and their families.
Amount: $307,527
Term: 24 months

USC School of Social Work
To support the USC School of Social Work's Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families (CIR) in its work with the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative (LAVC) and begin its work with the Orange County Veterans Collaborative (OCVC). CIR will support and continue its efforts to lead the LAVC through its next phase of growth and development and gather critical data for the OCVC through a needs assessment/survey.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 12 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2014-2015)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Venice Family Clinic
To support the planning and clinical transformation work required to meet the standards of a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). In preparation for PCMH certification, Venice Family Clinic will improve care delivery through enhanced service coordination and team-based care.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Vision To Learn
To support services to provide free eye exams and free glasses to children in Long Beach Unified school District Title I elementary schools.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Volunteers of America of Los Angeles
To support the expansion of the Battle-Buddy-Bridge (B3) program in L.A. by incorporating a B3 program into the operations of its Hollywood Veterans Center. Funds will support the training and certification of battle buddies as Veteran Peer Support Specialists; provide in-house operational supervision of battle buddies; offer move-in stipends for veterans who have successfully completed the program; and conduct targeted program evaluations in collaboration with USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families.
Amount: $627,000
Term: 36 months

Weingart Center for the Homeless
To support the HealthCare Advocates program, a project established in 2004 to help improve health care services for homeless residents of the Skid Row area of Downtown Los Angeles. This project employs formerly homeless individuals as AmeriCorps volunteers to work with homeless residents to improve their knowledge of preventative health care and link them to health care providers in the Skid Row area.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Westside Family Health Center
To support the training of staff in motivational interviewing (MI) techniques to (1) promote positive behavioral change among diabetic patients and (2) pilot three cohorts at the center to improve patient outcomes by using MI techniques.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

2013

Child Welfare Initiative
To enable the Child Welfare Initiative, Olive Crest-Los Angeles and other partner agencies to recruit therapeutic foster homes for foster children with severe mental disabilities in that system.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Community Health Councils
To improve the health outcomes of adult diabetic community clinic patients at risk of needing urgent, tertiary, and emergency care due to poor control of their chronic condition.
Amount: $125,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
Charles Drew University Management Assistance Program (Phase V)
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Helen Keller International
To support the ChildSight program services in the Inglewood and Lennox Unified School Districts in the 2013-2014 academic year. The ChildSight program provides vision screenings, prescription eyeglasses and referrals for further assessment and care as needed to low-income, underserved middle-school students - directly within the school setting and at no cost to the child's family.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Free Loan Association
To provide interest-free loans for training and respite care for caregivers of patients/relatives with Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

John Tracy Clinic
To provide free hearing tests at preschools and daycare centers in underserved communities to detect temporary or permanent hearing loss in children that can lead to learning, social and developmental delays.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Mission
To support an on-site model of mental health services for the homeless, uninsured and low-income residents of the Fresh Start Rehabilitation Program. These services will provide men and women who are struggling to overcome issues of addiction and lifestyle dysfunction with integrated access to critically needed mental health counseling and comprehensive services at a location where clients are most likely to access and complete counseling.
Amount: $120,000
Term: 36 months

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
To support the CalFresh Outreach Program, which works to improve the health of low-income, food-insecure individuals and families in Los Angeles.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Mount St. Mary's College
To enable a cohort of MSMC nursing faculty members to explore the future roles of nurses given the impending healthcare changes in the United States.
Amount: $91,650
Term: 12 months

Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
The David and Leila Carpenter UniHealth Scholarship Fund
Amount: $50,000
Term: 60 months

St. Barnabas Senior Services
To support the planning phase of the Mid-City Coordinated Care Initiative to be established as a partnership between St. Barnabas Senior Services and the South Central Family Health Center. This dynamic partnership will provide older adults in the mid-city area of Los Angeles with seamless access to the full healthcare continuum - medical care, behavioral health service, social services and long-term services and supports, with the ultimate goal of improving seniors' long-term health and well-being.
Amount: $135,000
Term: 12 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2013-2014)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
To provide free weekly sports medicine, musculoskeletal, spine, brain/concussion injury evaluation and treatment clinics to at-risk, under/uninsured high school students.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Wise & Healthy Aging
To support the WISE & Healthy Aging Benefits Enrollment Center capacity expansion by creating a culturally competent benefits outreach and enrollment program that will successfully screen and provide application assistance to low-income Hispanic seniors.
Amount: $190,000
Term: 24 months

2012

Alzheimer's Association - California Southland Chapter
To support the expansion and enhancement of support services for individuals diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and their families.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

California Society of Thoracic Surgeons
To support the establishment of a regional collaborative group of heart hospitals (providers of cardiac interventional services) in Los Angeles and Orange Counties to share process and outcome data and implement protocols to reduce variability in care processes.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Downtown Women's Center
To support the launch of a comprehensive Breast Health and Cancer Support Program that will include outreach, education, mammograms, health services, and breast cancer support and management.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
To support the expansion of ESC's scope of work in providing strategic advice and counsel to the leadership of Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
To support the expansion of ESC's scope of work in providing strategic advice and counsel to the leadership of Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science.
Amount: $25,000
Term: 6 months

Lestonnac Free Clinic
To provide health care services, resources, and support low-income women in order to lower their risk factors for heart disease.
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Library Foundation of Los Angeles
To support the Los Angeles Public Library's subscription to the Health & Wellness Resource Center database for two years.
Amount: $77,700
Term: 24 months

Long Beach Community Foundation
To support projects and programs which improve the health and well-being of the people of Long Beach. Grants will be made to nonprofit organizations delivering healthcare programs and services to residents of Long Beach.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

Marycrest Manor
To support the restructuring of Marycrest Manor's nursing program through the training and certification of its clinical staff as restorative nurses.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

OnSite Health Solutions
Worksite Medical and Health Management Services
Amount: $117,911
Term: 84 months

People Assisting The Homeless
To improve the health and well-being of homeless individuals and families who are currently residing on the streets, in their cars, or in local emergency and transitional shelters by getting them back into permanent homes and providing ongoing supportive services.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

RAND Corporation
To support a feasibility study to identify and evaluate several options for conducting a representative, population based study of the prevalence of military sexual trauma among service members and/or veterans.
Amount: $94,012
Term: 12 months

Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
To support Cottage Children's Hospital's Pediatric Diabetes Outpatient Clinic, including physician, nurse, nutrition, and social work support.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
The David and Leila Carpenter UniHealth Scholarship Fund
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

St. John's Well Child & Family Center
To support mobile outreach, public health insurance enrollment, health screening/education and vital medical care Los Angeles County Service Planning Areas 4 and 6 six days each week. On two of these days, services will be provided at Homeboy Industries.
Amount: $760,528
Term: 36 months

Students Run LA
To support the Training for the Marathon... Training For Life program, a 26-week physical fitness and mentoring program for at-risk teenagers in Los Angeles.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

The Trust for Public Land
To support the Fitness Zones Initiative in Los Angeles County. TPL's Fitness Zones provide opportunities for community members to improve their health by offering free, accessible, easy-to-use, outdoor gym equipment for strength training, flexibility, and cardio workouts.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

USC School of Social Work
To support the development and pilot of a protocol for mental health agencies interested in implementing Bridge - a model for integrating health and mental health care using patient navigators.
Amount: $146,332
Term: 24 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2012-2013)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Volunteers of America of Los Angeles
To support the test of the efficacy of emWAVE, a user-friendly biofeedback technology, in reducing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among homeless veterans.
Amount: $124,194
Term: 12 months

2011

Bet Tzedek - The House of Justice
To provide coordinated services to developmentally disabled adults and their families as they transition from mid-life into older adulthood using a multi-faceted approach that employs direct services, educational outreach and the creation of a multi-disciplinary coalition of service providers.
Amount: $1,010,848
Term: 36 months

California State University Northridge
To increase recruitment and retention of underrepresented nutrition undergraduate students at California State University, Northridge, and to advance their professional competencies in the area of breastfeeding education.
Amount: $180,000
Term: 12 months

Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach
To support a program of free psychological, educational and social support to cancer patients and their loved ones in Long Beach and the surrounding areas.
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Child Welfare Initiative
To meet the significant unmet needs of Los Angeles County foster children with mental health disabilities, the Child Welfare Initiative (CWI), as the lead agency, and Olive Crest, as its lead partner agency, will develop an ongoing, sustainable solution to recruit, train, and support Intensive Treatment Foster Care homes in L.A. County.
Amount: $150,000
Term: 12 months

Corporation for Supportive Housing
To identify and house the most costly and vulnerable homeless individuals frequenting Los Angeles hospitals and emergency rooms by fostering collaborative partnerships between hospitals, community health centers, and supportive housing providers in five Los Angeles neighborhoods in order to improve health outcomes and end homelessness for frequent users, while enabling cost avoidance for hospitals and other public systems.
Amount: $400,000
Term: 24 months

Corporation for Supportive Housing
Los Angeles Homeless Funders Group
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
To provide strategic advice and counsel to the President's Office, senior staff, and Chairman of the Board of Charles Drew University School of Medicine in order to continue to assist the University in meeting its critical organizational challenges.
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
Glendale Healthier Community Coalition: Integrating Care in the Glendale Community
Amount: $5,000
Term: 1 month

Health Services Academy High School
To support the development of a comprehensive Work-Based Learning Program which will provide underserved minority high school students in South Los Angeles with academic and experiential education opportunities.
Amount: $70,000
Term: 24 months

Helen Keller International
To support the ChildSight program within the Los Angeles County communities of Inglewood and Lennox. ChildSight Los Angeles delivers a cost-effective health intervention to economically disadvantaged children in the local community, including vision screenings, prescription eyeglasses and referrals for further assessment and care as needed to low-income, underserved middle-school students.
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Homeboy Industries
Technical Assistance
Amount: $10,000
Term: 4 months

Junior Blind of America
To help students of all abilities integrate physical fitness and good nutrition into their daily lives.
Amount: $115,000
Term: 12 months

Lamp Community
To enhance the agency's ability and the ability of its partner organizations to serve the physical and mental health needs of homeless and formerly homeless men and women, particularly those dealing with mental illness and co-occurring disorders.
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Lestonnac Free Clinic
To support the Mi Corazon / Mi Vida program, which was aims to help low-income Hispanic women lower their risk factors for developing heart disease by providing health care services, resources, and support for women who face challenges regarding their physical and mental health.
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Christian Health Centers
To support the Patient Care Team Redesign, which will focus on improving provider support, increasing provider-patient continuity, improving efficiency and productivity, and increasing the role of support staff in the medical visit, particularly through the use of Electronic Medical Record tools.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 18 months

Mendez National Institute of Transplantation
In partnership with the USC School of Pharmacy and the Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research at the USC Keck School of Medicine, to develop and evaluate the pilot Kidney Transplant Video Novela, a comprehensive video/DVD (in English and Spanish) about kidney transplantation to enhance NIT's One-on-One Program.
Amount: $599,887
Term: 36 months

MOMS Orange County
To prevent at-risk clients from developing gestational diabetes by identifying risk as early on in pregnancy as possible, thereby reducing the number of babies born with diabetes-related conditions and improving birth outcomes for pregnant diabetic mothers.
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

QueensCare Health Centers
To support this evidence-based prevention program providing culturally-sensitive, bilingual in-clinic and in-home patient education and self-management training to pediatric patients with asthma and asthma-related conditions and their families.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

Saint Mary's Academy
To support a course of studies which prepares students to major in any health related field in college. The curriculum provides theory, research opportunities and practice as students apply their classroom studies in hospitals, clinics, and medical college settings.
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Southern California College of Optometry
In partnership with the JWCH Institute, to establish the collaborative infrastructure necessary for the long-term provision of eye and vision care services at the JWCH Institute's Center for Community Health (CCH) on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.
Amount: $690,444
Term: 36 months

Southern California Grantmakers
To support skill building trainings and learning opportunities for health and health-related funders.
Amount: $60,000
Term: 36 months

St. John's Well Child & Family Center
Mobile Unit Conference
Amount: $695
Term: 1 month

The Alliance for Children's Rights
To support direct training and outreach to improve access to healthcare services for foster children and youth. The Alliance will focus on: (1) strengthening capacity of kinship caregivers to understand how to access benefits and services and (2) developing eligibility definitions and protocols that enable youth with medical and mental health conditions to access care and extended benefits.
Amount: $200,000
Term: 24 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2011-2012)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Venice Family Clinic
To support the salary and benefits for a second staff dentist at the Simms/Mann Health and Wellness Center in Santa Monica.
Amount: $330,000
Term: 24 months

W.O.R.K.S.
A four-pronged strategy to reduce diet related disease and illness and improve overall wellbeing for low-income residents living in WORKS' affordable housing developments. The four strategies are: Onsite Community Gardens, Onsite Farmers Markets, Onsite Nutrition and Cooking Classes, and Fitness and Wellbeing Classes.
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Weingart Center for the Homeless
To provide the local match for the AmeriCorps federal grant to improve health care for homeless persons in the downtown area by increasing their knowledge of preventative health care and linking them to health care providers in the Skid Row area.
Amount: $250,000
Term: 36 months

Young & Healthy
Young & Healthy, through a comprehensive network of volunteer physicians, dentists, mental health and other health care givers, provides donated professional services to low-income children whose families would, otherwise, be unable to access that care. The Alma Stokes Healing Fund provides discretionary funds with which to purchase needed medications, equipment or specialized medical or diagnostic services.
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

2010

Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach
Psychosocial Cancer Support Program
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Bureau
Health Access
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

Children's Institute, Inc.
Bilingual Internship Program
Amount: $150,833
Term: 24 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
Charles Drew University Management Assistance Program (Phase II)
Amount: $60,000
Term: 12 months

Grantmakers In Health
GIH Resource Center on Health Philanthropy & Support Center for Health Foundations (2010)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

House Research Institute
It's How You Listen That Counts: Teen Hearing Conservation Program
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

Jewish Free Loan Association
Fall Prevention Loan Fund
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
Cottage Children's Hospital Pediatric Diabetes Outpatient Clinic
Amount: $150,000
Term: 24 months

United Way of Greater Los Angeles
Support for the Long Beach Ronald McDonald House and The National Institute of Transplantation
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2010-2011)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

2009

California Science Center
Support of Health Related Programs
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach
Psychosocial Support for Cancer Patients and Their Families
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
Charles Drew University Management Assistance Program (Phase I)
Amount: $30,000
Term: 6 months

Grantmakers In Health
GIH Centers on Health Philanthropy
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

United Way of Greater Los Angeles
Support for the National Institute of Transplantation and the UCLA Fund
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group (2009-2010)
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

2008

Bet Tzedek - The House of Justice
Caregiver Training Coalition
Amount: $674,727
Term: 36 months

California State University Fullerton
Health Promotion Research Institute
Amount: $224,097
Term: 30 months

Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach
Psychosocial Support for Cancer Patients and Their Families
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Cleveland Chiropractic College - Los Angeles
Pilot Randomized Trial to Assess Manipulation on Hip Osteoarthritis (HOA)
Amount: $100,000
Term: 30 months

Clinica Monsenor Oscar A. Romero
Medication Adherence and Pharmacy Project
Amount: $600,000
Term: 24 months

Grantmakers In Health
2008 Annual Meeting on Health Philanthropy
Amount: $5,000
Term: 2 months

Hope Through Housing Foundation
Early Childhood & Senior Wellness Programs
Amount: $14,000
Term: 12 months

Jubilee Consortium
Health Project Phase II: Advocacy
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

LA Health Action
LA Health Collaborative
Amount: $50,000
Term: 24 months

Lamp Community
Medication Management Program (MMP)
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Library Foundation of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Public Library Health Information Centers 2008-2009
Amount: $275,000
Term: 24 months

OneOC
Health Funders Partnership of Orange County (2008)
Amount: $5,000
Term: 12 months

St. Camillus Catholic Center for Pastoral Care
Urban Bilingual Clinical Pastoral Education
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

St. John's Well Child & Family Center
Magnolia Place Project
Amount: $520,000
Term: 24 months

Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation
Clinical Study on the Efficacy of the 'Get Fit, Get Right' Intervention
Amount: $60,000
Term: 12 months

The Alliance for Children's Rights
Expanding Children's Health Access Program
Amount: $250,000
Term: 36 months

The Trust for Public Land
TPL-LA Fitness Zones Program
Amount: $150,000
Term: 16 months

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy's Los Angeles Foundation Leadership Group
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Weingart Center for the Homeless
Los Angeles Central Providers Collaborative (LACPC) AmeriCorps Hope for the Homeless Program
Amount: $240,000
Term: 36 months

2007

California Institute for Nursing and Health Care
Regional Coordinator of CINHC
Amount: $498,853
Term: 24 months

California State University Fullerton
Fibromyalgia Assessment, Management and Education (FAME)
Amount: $298,102
Term: 24 months

Children's Bureau
NuParent, Promotoras and Family Health Clinic
Amount: $540,000
Term: 36 months

Community Partners
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality (BCCQ) Phase II
Amount: $1,000,000
Term: 24 months

COPE Health Solutions
COPE Capacity Building Project
Amount: $440,800
Term: 24 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
Healthcare Planning for Interparochial Preschool
Amount: $15,000
Term: 12 months

Fielding Graduate University
Effects of Online Peer Support in Improving Quality of Life in Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Amount: $95,794
Term: 12 months

Human Interaction Research Institute
Increasing Capacity of San Fernando Valley Mental Health Agencies to Use Evidence-Based Practice
Amount: $122,239
Term: 24 months

Independent Sector
Support of Annual Conference in Los Angeles
Amount: $5,000
Term: 12 months

International Longevity Center
The Caregiving Project for Older Americans
Amount: $264,183
Term: 12 months

Jewish Free Loan Association
Home Healthcare Loan Fund for Senior Citizens
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging
Cognitive Rehabilitation Program
Amount: $500,000
Term: 12 months

Mount St. Mary's College
Associate Degree in Nursing to Masters of Science in Nursing Bridge Program
Amount: $518,939
Term: 36 months

National Health Foundation
Healthy Eating and Lifestyles Program (HELP) Replication Packet
Amount: $8,000
Term: 12 months

Public Health Foundation Enterprises
Health Funders Partnership of Orange County
Amount: $5,000
Term: 12 months

Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern California
Measuring the Impact of Ronald McDonald Houses and Family Camps
Amount: $499,848
Term: 30 months

Santa Teresita Medical Center
Planning Grant
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Southern California Grantmakers
Organizational Capacity Building
Amount: $150,000
Term: 36 months

St. Camillus Catholic Center for Pastoral Care
Urban Bilingual Clinical Pastoral Education Program
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation
Get Fit, Get Right
Amount: $283,000
Term: 36 months

The Riordan Programs at UCLA
Healthcare Management Program
Amount: $150,000
Term: 36 months

Tides Center
Funders Fostering Technology for Quality Project
Amount: $5,000
Term: 12 months

Venice Family Clinic
Call Center Planning Project
Amount: $65,000
Term: 12 months

Wellness Community South Bay Cities
Psychosocial Support for Cancer Patients
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Young & Healthy
Prescription Medication Procurement as In-Kind Donation Program
Amount: $211,331
Term: 24 months

2006

Adult Day Services of Orange County
Project Maintain Independence
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Alliance for Children's Rights
Health Care Program for Children
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

AltaMed Health Services Corporation
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

American Indian Healing Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Good Touch/Bad Touch (Year 2)
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center
Promoting Healthy Aging for Chinese American Seniors in Orange County
Amount: $49,350
Term: 12 months

Asian Pacific Health Care Venture, Inc.
Senior Healthy Living Project
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Asian Pacific Health Care Ventures, Inc.
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

California Food Policy Advocates
Los Angeles School Obesity Prevention Project
Amount: $100,000
Term: 24 months

California HealthCare Foundation
California Health Funders Extranet
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

California State University Northridge
Fall Prevention : A Matter of Balance
Amount: $51,450
Term: 12 months

Camino Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Clinica Oscar A. Romero
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Community Care Centers
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Coro Southern California
Health Leadership Program: Hospital Component
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

East Valley Community Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Friends of Children Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

H.E.L.P.
Listen, Then Help
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

International Institute of Los Angeles
Music and Art for Seniors
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative for Older Adults
Amount: $65,000
Term: 12 months

John Wayne Cancer Institute
Bone Health Program
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Jubilee Consortium
Jubilee Health Project
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

JWCH Institute
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

La Amistad de Jose Family Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Latino Health Access
Cuidar, Puerta a Puerta (Care, Door to Door)
Amount: $73,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic
First Steps Program
Amount: $75,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles County Children's Planning
General Support of Healthcare-Related Service
Amount: $15,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Mission Community Clinic
Medical Outreach Program
Amount: $283,972
Term: 24 months

Los Angeles Mission Community Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Maternal and Child Health Access
Dental Care for Pregnant Women: Preventing Preterm Birth
Amount: $52,250
Term: 12 months

Mission City Community Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Nhan Hoa Comprehensive Health Care Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Northeast Valley Health Corporation
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

OPICA
Fall Prevention - Avoiding Trips, Slips and Broken Hips
Amount: $49,200
Term: 12 months

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
Long Beach Network Health Pilot Project
Amount: $31,000
Term: 12 months

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
Orange County Healthy Needs Assessment 2007 Survey
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

QueensCare Family Clinics
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Saint Mary's Academy
Health Careers Program
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Samuel Dixon Family Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

Share Our Selves Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

St. Jude Medical Center Community Clinics
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

The Gary Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

Tierra Del Sol Foundation
Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy
Amount: $50,521
Term: 12 months

Venice Family Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Venice Family Clinic
Integrating Community Based Dental & Primary Care Services in Los Angeles
Amount: $752,149
Term: 36 months

VNCOC Asian Health Center
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

Weingart Center Association
Expanded Treatment for Chemically Dependent and/or Mentally Ill Homeless Individuals
Amount: $250,000
Term: 24 months

Wellness Community South Bay Cities
Psychosocial Support for Cancer Patients
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Westside Neighborhood Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $16,500
Term: 12 months

Wilmington Community Clinic
Building Clinic Capacity for Quality Readiness Assessment
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Worksite Wellness LA
5-A-Day Campaign to Garment and Small Product Assembly Worksites
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2005

California Community Foundation
For the Community Clinic Fund
Amount: $500,000
Term: 12 months

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
Living a Healthy Life Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Chinatown Service Center
In-House Services Training Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Coro
To support the Health Leadership Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
For Verbum Dei High School's Corporate Work Study Program
Amount: $6,000
Term: 12 months

Homeboy Industries
To support theYa'Stuvo Tattoo Removal Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

John Tracy Clinic
For the Community Hearing Screening Program
Amount: $46,900
Term: 12 months

Latino Health Access
Cuidar, Puerta a Puerta (Care Door to Door)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Library Foundation of Los Angeles
For the Health Information Resources Project
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Mount St. Mary's College
For the Nursing Program Expansion Project
Amount: $558,132
Term: 12 months

National Institute of Transplantation
To support the One-on-One Renal Disease Education Project
Amount: $149,350
Term: 24 months

NexCare Collaborative
For MEDLINEplus Go-Local
Amount: $246,400
Term: 12 months

Partners in Care Foundation
Healthy Moves for Aging Well
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

South Asian Network
Community Health Action Initiative
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Southern California Grantmakers
Annual Membership
Amount: $10,500
Term: 12 months

St. Barnabas Senior Services
Multicultural Alzheimer's Pilot Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Students Run LA
To support At-Risk SRLA Students in 2005-2006
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

The Children's Bureau
For the Health Care Planning and Partnership Project
Amount: $60,000
Term: 12 months

The Oasis Institute
Active Start
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

The Wellness Community - South Bay Cities
For Psycho-social Support for Cancer Patients
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Wiseburn School District
For School Health/School Nursing Services
Amount: $49,267
Term: 12 months

Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine for Older Adults
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2004

Alliance for Children's Rights
To support the Health Care Program
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

Archdiocese of Los Angeles
To support the Good Touch/Bad Touch Program
Amount: $41,000
Term: 12 months

Brave Kids
For the Los Angeles Directory of Healthcare Resources
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

California Science Center
For "Making Healthy Choices"
Amount: $350,000
Term: 12 months

California State University, Los Angeles
For Training for Dignity: Basic Dementia Care Training Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

California State University, Northridge
For Training for Dignity: Basic Dementia Care Training Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Claremont University Consortium
To support "Health Education Today for a Healthy Tomorrow"
Amount: $50,000
Term: 24 months

Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center
For Older Adult Day Services
Amount: $15,000
Term: 12 months

Discovery Fund for Eye Research
For the Macular Degeneration Partnership AMD Toolkit
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Executive Services Corps of Southern California
For Organizational Development Support for St. Francis Medical Center
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Fielding Graduate Institute
To support Alleviating Pediatric Pain and Distress Training Seminars for Healthcare Professionals
Amount: $75,559
Term: 12 months

House Ear Institute
To support the Educational Liaison for the Children's Center
Amount: $90,000
Term: 24 months

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
For Comprehensive Geriatric Education and Training
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
To support program expansion for the Eichenbaum Health Center
Amount: $125,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Free Loan Association
For the Emergency Medical and Dental Loan Fund
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

John Wayne Cancer Institute
To support the Brander Nutritional Oncology Counseling Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic
For the First Steps Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Mission
To support the Federally Qualified Health Center Development Project
Amount: $136,000
Term: 12 months

Orange County Bar Foundation
To support the Stop Short of Addiction Spanish Language Program
Amount: $100,000
Term: 12 months

P.F. Bresee Foundation
To support start-up costs for the Primary Care Clinic
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Pasadena Educational Foundation
To support student health services at the Jackson Family Center
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Project Angel Food
To support the Meal Delivery Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
To support the Orange County Health Needs Assessment
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Share Our Selves Clinic
To support the Medical and Dental Clinic Feasibility Study
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Special Services for Groups, Inc.
To support "Unspoken Words, Broken Dialogue"
Amount: $48,580
Term: 12 months

The Raise Foundation
For the Parent Education Program
Amount: $56,360
Term: 24 months

The Wellness Community - South Bay Cities
For Psycho-Social Support Services for Cancer Patients
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Thirty-First District PTSA
For the Dental Hygiene Education and Treatment Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Weingart Center For the Homeless
For Clinical Services for Chemically Dependent Mentally Ill Homeless Adults
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Whittier Institute for Diabetes
To support "Mobilizing to Fight Diabetes" in Los Angeles and Orange Counties
Amount: $46,587
Term: 12 months

WISE Senior Services
For the Education Campaign
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Young & Healthy
To support the Healing Fund
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

2003

Children's Dental Health Clinic
For expansion of services at the Hillside Clinic in Long Beach
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

Chinatown Service Center
To support the In-House Services Training Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Great Beginnings for Black Babies, Inc.
To support the Prevent Iron Deficiency Anemia Now Program
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Human Interaction Research Institute
For the 2003 Los Angeles Nonprofit Capacity Building Resources Directory
Amount: $1,500
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic
For the Building Blocks Preschool-Based Early Intervention Program
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
For expansion of support services at affiliated Multiple Sclerosis Clinics
Amount: $36,684
Term: 12 months

Students Run LA
To support physical training and mentoring for Los Angeles middle and high school students to prepare them for the City of Los Angeles Marathon
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

The Wellness Community - South Bay Cities
To provide psychosocial support for cancer patients and their families
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

The Wellness Community - West Los Angeles
To develop curriculum for clinicians about the psychological, emotional, and social issues of cancer patients and their families and self-care issues for the professional caregiver
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

VNACare
For the purchase and implementation of the Clinical Operating and Billing System
Amount: $150,000
Term: 18 months

2002

AIDS Project Los Angeles
To support two school-based HIV education and prevention programs
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Assistance League of Newport-Mesa
For the Children's Dental Health Center
Amount: $34,730
Term: 12 months

California Science Center
To support BrainWorks, a project of the traveling Science Theatre on Tour
Amount: $15,000
Term: 12 months

California State University Northridge
To support the Spinal Cord Injury Post Rehabilitation Program at the CSUN Center for Achievement for the Physically Disabled
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Children's Dental Center
To launch The Wellness Ticket, a comprehensive oral health care program for low-income children
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Coalition of Orange County Community Clinics
To incorporate utilization and retention data into the Accessing Health Insurance for Families Database
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Long Beach City College
For the expansion of the Nursing and Health Technologies Learning Center and Skills Laboratory Program
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Loyola High School
To support project management and the student trainer for the Southern California Special Olympics
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

National Health Foundation
To support the Nursing Workforce Initiative
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Northeast Valley Health Corporation
To support the Continuum of Care Program for low-income patients with chronic health conditions
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

People Assisting The Homeless
To fund the Licensed Vocational Nurse and Project Director for the PATH Health Clinic
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

South Bay Family Healthcare Center
To support the Diabetes Management Program
Amount: $16,000
Term: 12 months

South Central Los Angeles Ministry Project
To fund the Bilingual Counseling Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Volunteers of America Los Angeles
To support the Los Angeles County Jail Re-Entry Program
Amount: $40,000
Term: 12 months

Weingart Center For the Homeless
To support the Clinical Services Department for Chemically Dependent, Mentally Ill Homeless Individuals
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

2001

Ability First
To support the expansion of the Infant/Toddler Program at the Harry A. Mier Center in Inglewood
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Alliance for Aging Research
To support health education and public awareness activities for aging Americans
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Black Women for Wellness
To support the implementation and evaluation of the Keep In Touch-Do a Breast Self Exam Program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Bridge Focus
To support Project Reachout to assist homeless, runaway youth in the San Fernando Valley
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

California Black Women's Health Project
To support the Fit for Life fitness and nutrition program for women in South Central Los Angeles
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

CLARE Foundation
To support the development of an agency-wide Intake and Assessment Department
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Girls Incorporated
To support the Health Bridge Club Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Jeffrey Foundation
To support the Family Empowerment Project
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Jewish Community Centers of Greater Los Angeles
To fund the Bio-Markers Project to assist senior citizens in maintaining health and vitality
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

John Tracy Clinic
To support the Community Hearing Screening Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Kids In Sports
To support the evaluation component of the sports program for low-income youth in Los Angeles County
Amount: $40,225
Term: 12 months

Korean Health Education Information & Research Center
To support the expansion of the Adult Day Health Care Services
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

L.A. CARE Health Plan
To support compensation to physicians for services provided through the Family Maintenance Healthcare Demonstration Project
Amount: $19,360
Term: 12 months

Loving Heart Hospice Foundation
To support a planning grant for the establishment of a Palliative Care Center at hospital in Los Angeles County
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Maternal Outreach Management System
To support the expansion of the Education Program in Orange County
Amount: $28,002
Term: 12 months

Mount St. Mary's College
To provide two scholarships to second-year students in the Associate Degree Nursing Program
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Orange County Community Foundation
To support the Orange County Health Needs Assessment Project
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Pasadena Educational Foundation
To support medical and case coordination services at the Cleveland Family Center in Pasadena
Amount: $25,000
Term: 12 months

Tierra Del Sol Foundation
To support and expand the Medical Needs Project for individuals with profound developmental disabilities
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

United Way of New York
To support the September 11th Fund
Amount: $10,000
Term: 12 months

Wellness Community - South Bay Cities
For support services for cancer patients, their families and loved ones in Long Beach
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months

Women's Transitional Living Center
To support the Lily Pad Care Project for victims of domestic violence and their children
Amount: $45,000
Term: 12 months

2000

Alliance for Aging Research
To support health education in arthritis, heart disease and low vision rehabilitation
Amount: $30,000
Term: 12 months

Alliance for Children's Rights
To support the Health Care Partnership for Children
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic
To support the In-School Early Intervention Project (mental health services for preschool children)
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

MEND
To support health services in the dental clinic
Amount: $14,500
Term: 12 months

Northeast Valley Health Corporation
To support the Continuum of Care Program
Amount: $48,672
Term: 12 months

Padres Contra El Cancer
To support the needs of families of children with cancer
Amount: $20,000
Term: 12 months

Ronald McDonald House Charities
To support camperships for child victims of cancer at Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times
Amount: $22,000
Term: 12 months

Saban Community Clinic
Toward expanding the Pharmaceutical Access program
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Students Run L.A.
To support the Middle School wellness and Self-improvement Program
Amount: $50,375
Term: 12 months

Vaughn Next Century Learning Center
To support the Little Clinic That Could school-based community clinic
Amount: $64,188
Term: 24 months

Weingart Center Association
To support the Clinical Program for Chemically Dependent and/or Mentally Ill Homeless People
Amount: $50,000
Term: 12 months

Wellness Community - South Bay Cities
For support services for cancer patients, their families and loved ones in Long Beach
Amount: $35,000
Term: 12 months